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Radio not working

My radio on 2004 cavalier just turned off one day. When I push the display button it shows the clock. I can eject and insert cd and it says check cd but won't power on. Then one day it decides to come back on. It has done this several times and is currently off again.

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  • zhunterh Dec 17, 2008

    I have the a similiar problem but i think a differnt cause. I replaced my stock tape player with a delco cd player out of another truck. I know there is alot of information on security codes, but the 1 and 4 or 2 and 3 hold downs dont give me any change. I can get the clock and eject and put in a cd, but nothing else.

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Cavlier have a lock code on there radio's take it to a local chevy dealer and they give u the unlock code

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