Car radio codes are generally available for free. To obtain a car radio's code, record your vehicle identification number along with the radio's serial number, and then contact a local dealer or the car manufacturer dire... More »

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A car's radio code is sometimes printed in the owner's manual, and it may be available on the original manufacturer's website. Other options are to call a local car dealer, browse free online databases or pay a reputable... More »

Places to obtain a car radio code for free include the car manufacturer, a local dealership and the car's previous owner. Car manufacturers and local dealerships can generally provide you a car radio code if you can supp... More »

Places to obtain a car radio code for free include the car manufacturer, a local dealership and the car's previous owner. Car manufacturers and local dealerships can generally provide you a car radio code if you can supp... More »

You can find a free list of police and other emergency service scanner codes at RadioReference.com. You can also search a listing of ham-radio stations, Internet stations that rebroadcast police frequencies and airports. More »

Police radio codes, also known as "10 codes," are assigned numbers used to transmit information between police officers and the dispatch center. The "10" is a prefix, indicating that the following numbers are a coded mes... More »

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Programming codes for RCA remotes are published on RCAAudioVideo.com and on the support page of the RCA website. Remote codes are sorted by model number, allowing users to find a list of codes unique to their remotes. More »

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