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Any audio auto electrician can do these but normally need access to the unit, connected to a PC programme either via soldered wires or eeprom reader, depends on the model.
That being so some individuals have access to the Philips database and can do it from the serial number - if it has not been changed. Only takes a couple of minutes to interpret.
The fact that it is written on the casing is neither here nor there, It can be an amended number which only the owner knows ( i.e. add 1 to each digit etc)
When I get units with numbers written on them I will only attempt entry once before decoding via my equipment.
Currently in Mickdoc's garage:
2006 Renault Scenic 1.5dCi privilege