This is my first post on the great forum and I'm willing to bet that it will be the last. I was in the process of building my radio system when the code changed my life forever. I didn't know what all to do and I was looking for some sort of advice... I have a Clarion Radio with a code lock that needed to be changed. The radio is a 1997 model, I have no idea if the code was changed during that model year or not. I found a software package that I thought would help me with the code and it did... while I was waiting for it to complete the installation, I found this site and it said to use the radio code generator software to generate a new code...
My wife got me a new iPod Touch for my birthday....I got a music program for it as well.....to date this is the best thing ever. I love the music and the fact I can take it everywhere with me. My radio also has a music program as well. For some reason I have been attracted to the giant boom box radio's and would like to add one to my car for sound good'r....heck.....if the money is right.....lol. Just don't want to get top heavy and look like a fool!
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