You will need to contact local dealer (or the seller of vehicle) and give them VIN to retriev radio code for your vehicle. If the code was easily viewed anywhere on the intertnet it would be rather useless to have in the first place ; )
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April, 16, 2009 AT 12:41 PM
You do need to contact your dealer however you may have to bring the vehicle in as the radio codes are matched with the radio serial number and may require the radio to be pulled out to read the serial. If the radio has never been replaced then the may be on file with the vin. As for the wait message, this comes up because 3 consecutive attempts to reactivate the radio have failed. This is a security measure and you will have to wait for the wait message to be replaced by the code message. This will change based off of hours of operation and may in some cases take weeks for the wait message to be replaced by the code message.