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Your 6006E is a CD player with an in-unit storage of up to six CD discs. It does not have an AUX input and it will not play MP3. If it essential for you to be able to play MP3 then you will be looking at a differant radio/CD player which is MP3 compatable. An alternative would be to use a gadget along the lines of an iPod FM transmitter. You could then tune ...
So, I called the dealer and they gave me more confidence that trying to get the serial number of the radio is the way to go. The dealer suggested pressing 1 & 6 on the radio again. After MANY attempts of trying different ways to do this, I found the following to work: Turn on the car Make sure the radio is off...if not off, turn off. Should just see ...
Your vehicle may have had a replacement radio at some time and the serial number would then be differant. The radio is removable and will be labelled with its serial number. Have the radio removed to obtain the actual serial number on it. Carefully read the instructions for entering the code. With the radio re-installed turn the radio on. The radio must now ...
Finally managed to solve this problem. There were two, different 4-digit codes: one on the back of the manual, and another on a separate card. The 4-digit code on the card was the correct one for the radio.
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