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If you hooked everything up correctly check the car fuse for your radio/accessories in the fuse box of your car. Usually people let wires touch other things while installing and this can cause a short which will blow the radio fuse. Fuse box should be either in the area under the steering wheel or somewhere under your hood usually covered with a plastic cap. Check your owners manual to find it and check the cover to locate which fuse it is. Pull the fuse out and if the bridge is broken your fuse is blown. Replace and it should work. If it blows out again after replacing it there's likely a short somewhere in your power connection.
The dealer can get you the code with proof of ownership, provided it is an original equipment system. SOME CHARGE FOR THIS SERVICE. Check the owner's manual, as some owners (assuming you're not the original) write the code there. Otherwise there are several code lists online, just google your make, model, and year, and get a list. This is trial and error, and can be time consuming, but I,ve had some luck there, when all else has failed. Good luck!
I downloaded a pdf of the owner's manual here: http://carburetor-manual.com/2005-pontiac-aztek-owners-operators-manual-free-download-p-1733.html
but couldn't find any info that would be of help.
Then I called GM/Pontiac at1-800-762-2737 and asked if there was a fuse for the clock, and was told there is not.
The lady there said it could be the radio- if it's not working, you should replace the fuse for it, which the manual I've linked to will help you with.
If the radio is working, you will probably want to bring the vehicle to a dealer for service for this problem.
The driver's side rear fuse block is located under the rear seat on the driver's side of the vehicle. The rear seat cushion must be removed to access the rear fuse block. See "Removing the Rear Seat Cushion" listed previously.
To access the fuse block, push in the two tabs located at each end of the fuse block cover. Then lift the cover off...
Possible fuse is blown.Check the owners manual for location of fuse box,usually on drivers side under dash board.
Remove cover of fuse box and inside is a list and location of fuses.Remove fuse for radio and replace with a known to be good fuse, same type...meaning 2 amp 5 amp or whatever the radio fuse was.
I'd check for
(1) blown fuse (owner's manual should list which fuse is for the instrument panel - may list it as IP fuse)
(2) broken wire or loose wire in area where you obtained power for the new accessory.
Where did you get power for the 2-way radio?
If you find a blown fuse, replace, and it immediately blows again, unhook the 2-way radio, replace fuse, and see if that works.