Kenwood is a common brand of CD player and stereo systems, and these systems can be seen in cars of all different makes, models and years. Many Kenwood systems, such as the TK-230, are equipped with security codes so that they will be useless and discourage others from stealing them. You can reset the codes on your Kenwood from the faceplate keyboard and remote of the player in just minutes.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Turn your ignition key in your car to the "ACC" position and press and hold the DISP key on the player.
Press and hold the "Vol. Up" key on the player while still holding DISP. Press both until the display clears and reads "....."
Enter the old code using your stereo remote and then press the "Auto" button and "Track Up."
Repeat steps one 1 and 2 with your code entered and then use the remote to enter your new code. Press "Auto" and "Track Up" again to save the code to the system. You will now be able to activate your player with this new code.
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