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Many dash radios have a code that is required if power to the radio is lost. It is to make things a little less lucrative to the person who steals the radio - assuming anybody bothers nowadays
Code is invariably on a little metal tag on the key ring or written in the owners manual or on a card somewhere in the folder. If you find it, the trick then is figuring how to input the code so you will need the instructions for the radio as well.
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