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Take photo ID, registration, and title with you to the dealership. This proves you are who you say you are, and that the car in question is yours. The dealer can look up the code based on your VIN number, but they rarely do it for free - they may charge you up to an hour's labor to do it. Make sure that they write down the code for you, and they show you how to enter it as well. That'll save you another return trip if the stereo loses power again.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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