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Nissan almera 2006 1.6 litres radio displaying code error how does one reset the code

After a wrong code entered the radio is now displaying code error and it is not allowing any other codes to be entered its continuously displaying CODE ERROR .So please help on how do i reset and then put the correct code

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  • Anonymous Mar 04, 2016

    try to enter the code say for 3 you press it 3 times for 4 press 4 times you will find the code in the glove compartment/cubby hole normally its on a label stuck inside look for it 4 digits

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Greetings, I read your question and I think Reliable-Store can help you in this. Here's the site link. 2006 Nissan Almera Workshop Repair Service Manual PDF Download

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any nissan dealer should be able to give you code

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SOURCE: Am i putting code in radio right

Are you sure it is a Nissan audio system. Nissan does not use codes in their radios. You must have an aftermarket radio.

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SOURCE: MY NISSAN ALMERA KEY LOST AND I NEED THE CODE TO GET A NEW ONE

i losted my nissan almera car key and i don't have the code to make a new key in my country ...it's now in lebanon exported frfom swiss

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disconnect the battery negative cable for 5 minutes

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SOURCE: reset code for 2006 nissan maxima radio...

just changed battery,,all good,,radio is out,,tried fuses ,, what can i do to get the radio back on...

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