You must get the serial # off the back of the radio and the dealer can provide the code with this #. Look in your owners manual and you may find the code written down somewhere. No one can tell you the code as they are different on different cars. Before you go ripping the stereo out to find the serial # on the back, call the dealership where you first purchased the vehicle. (Or where it was first sold.) Their service department may be able to look up the serial # and radio code based on your VIN. Handy Tip: After running back to my dealer 2-3 times for the code, I just added my radio code into my cell phone as a speed dial for "radio." I figure my cell phone is more likely to be on me when my battery dies than the nifty wallet card that Honda gave me.
That'd a good price most people want at least five grand for one that old and miles
You can find a stereo wiring diagram for your 1990 Chevy Cheyenne 2500 at most Chevrolet dealerships. The stereo wiring diagram will be in Chevrolet service manuals at your local library.
140 lb.ft ...its more than a civic.
IDk but my stereo wont play in my 08 Dodge 2500 diesel Cummins either is it a fuse??
ummm depends how well u want the sensor 2 be... premium costs about 2000...but the 1 that is most used is the Advanced OS....which costs about 2500-3000
2500 if in good shape
Perhaps $1200 or so.
yes you can i have an amp and subs in my 2006 dodge 2500 HD
The Honda Shadow 1100 Ace goes for around $3800 up to $4000. The Shadow VT700 goes from around $2500 to $3000.
For a Honda CBR 125, it usually costs from about $2500 to $3500 if you were to buy a second hand one. Honda CBR 125 is a small bike which is easier for beginners to use.
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