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Go to a scrapyard and buy a radio that comes from the same car you have, with the same steering wheel controls. The only difference will then be that the new one works. make note of any security codes and get vin# from vehicle radio was removed from so that anti-theft feature will not prevent it from working. Radio and wiring harness will not change if you obtain radio from identical vehicle.
I don't know if this works on a Buick but I have had two cars that the auto adjusters worked when you used the parking brake, I rarely use the parking brake so I got in the habit of working the parking brake 20 times or so at oil change time.
Most likely there is an anti-theft code for the radio and you must enter that code to enable the radio. This will happen when the is battery is disconnected. If you do not know the code or the procedure for entering it consult your manual. If you do not have the manual or code you will need to have the dealer reset it for you.
ac check out at any auto body shop the cost of an hour is 44 to 85 to 110 per hour and insurance rates prevail which is a lot lower than going to any dealership / but check fuses first under the dash and in the engine compartment before you head anywhere