I reset the code after a dead battery and it was the wrong code, how can I reset it and /or find the corrrect code
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You should have gotten a card that has the anti-theft code when you bought the car. If you dont have the code then you'll have to go to your dealer to have them reset it or provide you the code.
Most of them are different. If you go to the nearest Mitsubishi dealer and show you own the car they will reset it the radio and give you the code
I have a Acura Integra LS 1995 with an Acura Stereo, I have the Code but I can Not reset it , what are the steps to reset it? please help me ...
If the stereo has never been reset before, try 000 as the code.
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You have to know the model and year. There are ways. Research the internet and you will find.
You have to get a code for it. You can get from the internet ir Mitsubishi, but its not free.
I had a similar problem when I purchased a second hand stereo for my Jag but the code that was given was wrong. I contacted a car audio firm and they decoded the radio for me at a cost of around
This information can be found in your owner's manual. Don't have one, get one. Dealer or salvage yard is a source.
You can reset the factory stereo on a 1992 Volkswagen Transporter TDI van by disconnecting the battery for several seconds. Once you plug the battery back in, the radio will ask for a code. The code is essential in order to gain access to radio functions again. The radio code can be found in the owners manual. If the manual is not available, you can obtain the radio code from a dealership.
Any Chevy dealership can provide you with the code needed. Proper instructions on "how to reset the code" can be found in the car's owner's manual.
You can't its part of the stereo. If you remove the radio then you remove the theft detterent. If you mean how do I reset the theft detterent then you will need the reset code. Consult the owners manual or go to a GM dealer.
yes i want the code for the stereo
Stereo codes are unique to each stereo and you will have to get the serial number from the stereo and call an Acura dealer for the code.
Go to the fuse box at the driver's side and remove the radio fuse for 3 hours then replace.
Go to the Honda Dealer for the Code. You should remove the stereo before going to the Dealer to save cash on labor. The stereo has a sticker on it that the dealer needs to get the Code. If you cant remove the stereo the dealer may charge up to 100 for labor. Take the stereo to the parts counter for the Code not Service as Service may want to charge for the Code. Hope this helps.
If you are talking about the code you need to unlock your stereo, it's in the owners manuel. If not, you will need to to call the dealership where you got it. Their automotive department should be able to find it for you.
Take out the radio and get the VIN and serial number off it. Call Honda and ask them to give you the stereo code providing them with this information.
See my answer for another duplicate problem here: How do you reset the radio on a 2003 Honda accord -Bryan Mitsubishi stereo has a protection code. If you cut the power you better know the pass code. If you don't only Mitsubishi itself or its affiliates can help you. You might have to pay for it. There is online service which will send you your radio code for $30, but you have to provide the serial number your radio located on the top of radio.
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I assume you meant radio error code. -be careful- ... the dealer you got the Honda from will have a code you need to type into the stereo to unlock it. I believe you get six attempts?? .. entering in enough incorrect codes your stereo will litterally melt/self-destruct itself. Get this code from the dealer and store it in a safe place. Anytime you change your battery or the stereo gets disconnected you will need to re-enter that code or you'll junk the radio. Hope that helps.
Your safe code for your radio is unique to the vehicle. You can go have it reset at an Audi dealership for $20-40 dollars.
Disconnect the battery overnight, or for several hours. If you have the stock stereo BE SURE you know the unlock code for it...read the manual.