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What do you do when the radio states HOLD after the battery was replaced and you tried the wrong code more than once?

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2005-11-21 21:13:52
2005-11-21 21:13:52

TO get the HOLD off and CODE back on- you turn key on and not start car- turn radio on and wait upto 24 hrs- CODE will show -then enter code for your car and hit OK*this was straight from the dealer

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