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When you start the car the display should ask you for the code....Code In.....you should be able to simply enter the code and the radio should come back on. If 'Code In' does not display when you turn on the radio press and hold the 'band' button and 'code in' should come up on the screen.....let me know if that helps....if not I will go out and re-do mine on my 1997 Saab 900S to double check.....good luck
You need a pair of U shaped unlocking tools. They are available at stereo installer stores, or even best buy, I fabricated a set out of a coat hanger! You pop the bezel off around the radio, and the release tools get inserted on the left and right sides of the radio deck
It sounds like the fuse on the back of the radio is blown. You can pull the unit by inserting 4 straight rods (I use 4" long pieces of coat hangers) in the 4 holes around the outside of the unit, then gently pulling the unit out. There is a 10A fuse on the back of the unit that occasionally blows. Once that is replaced, it should demand the code.
The Radio also has a 5amp fuse located on the back of the radio. Remove the radio with the removal pins (inserted in the holes on the front of the radio). You can get these at a stereo store for 5 to 10 dollars. Replace the fuse then re-install the radio. That should solve the problem.