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I have a 2000 chevy tahoe that I need to unlock the radio

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  • ddandraia1 Jan 06, 2009

    Thank you but I'm a girl and def won't be able to do that!!!

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You can call the dealer with your VIN# and the serial# from the radio, but that means you have to pull the radio first. Not ******* your vehicle. First pull out your cup holder on the dash as you would to use it. Second, turn on your key and put the vehicle in first gear, all the way down. Tilt your wheel all the way down. Dash panel will pull out easily, no screws just clips. Pull firmly, but not too hard, straight out all the way around the panel. BE CAREFUL NOT TO BREAK THE HAZZARD SWITCH. VERY EXPENSIVE. Push the hazzard switch down and gently pull the panel over it. Disconnect any wire harnesses on the radio side so that you can tilt the dash panel away from the radio. The radio will also just unclip from the dash. On either side you will see clips on the radio that you need to push straight down and then just pull straignt out. There you go. Good luck.

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