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Security Password Removal Script for Z110/120/130/140, x920/930/940 & some older F series

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This also happened to me.   I purchased a used vehicle, drove it for over a year.

Got in a car accident.  While it was being fixed the batter was unhooked and when I got it back it asked for a password.

This worked great.  Only problem I had was finding the necessary SD card in the house and an adapter to format it on my laptop.

Thanks so much!!

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I have an AVIC-X931BT,  Subaru OEM.  Bought car used.  I used a USB memory stick as I didn't have an SD card and it worked great except I had the same problem as Paskishow44.  Deleted the  COPY USER\SYSTEM\SECURITY\PASSWORD.DAT SD\PASSWORD.DAT line from the script using Notepad and it worked great.  Thanks for all of your help.  Very frustrating problem. I was ready to take a baseball bat to the stereo.

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Just signed up to AVIC411 ...

WOW, talk about easy !

Just got back from a trip OS (3 months), I disconnected the battery as the immobilizer tends to drain the battery.

Didn't think about the radio ... re-connected the battery, and ERRR ... radio needs code.

As I bought the car 2nd hand, I didn't have the code (and not in any of the doc's that came with the car).

Google brought me here - did the small SD card thing, and BINGO ! - radio back on ! - SO EASY TO DO - MANY THANKS !!!!!

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Thanks, this worked for us on a used car we bought and had to install a new battery. We had problems getting the SD micro card out of the radio and got the "red screen" but this $17 dollar solution (to buy the card) and down load your fix worked like a charm.

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You absolute legend Ronnie lad !!!

Battery had been disconnected and my F940 was asking for a password.. previous owner told me what it was, but as it was fairly embarrassing “knock1out” (hopefully not in the car..) I assume the garage had re-programmed it and the guy/gal left.. This worked an absolute stormer!

Again... thanks a million.

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Hi RonS.
I have the problem on the password with my AVIC F940BT (I had to replace my car battery).
Just to be sure... Is your scriprt right for this navigation model ?
Thank you.
 
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Hi RonS.
I inserted this message without read the last one from  RobboEagles.
I used your script and now all run.
Thank you very much!
 

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