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Radio the clock and CD info will not turn off after i have turned the car off.

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I was a GM mechanic for years, your problem is in the module (radio) itself, the radio on newer GM vehicles also doubles for part of the computer on the vehicle, often controlling the door locks and headlights, it is common for the module to act up once in a while, sometimes you can have the module reprogrammed to fix the issue, but that takes a $2000 tech computer and a subscription to GM service site, which most people don't have, if you don't have access to this then i recommend you take it in to the dealer, often there will be an open bulletin (reprogram offered by GM) that can be done for no cost at all to you, but you have to ask them to look for any open reprograms for your vehicle, if this doesn't fix the problem you will have to replace the radio, and that will HAVE to be done at a dealer, because if you put a different radio (salvage part) in the vehicle that what the computer is programmed for, there is a good possibility that your computer will shut down and you will have to tow it to the dealer to get the computer programmed again.

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