Try one of these, I found these codes online mine was one of them for my Daewoo Lanos 2000. 1165 5241 1341 6361 4353 1156 4362 4316 3241 2145 5632 1636 5813 1651 1652 5436 3451 5324 4513 5346 4524 1857 1638 2152 5624 3346 1656
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your code for your radio should be in the back of your car manual, on a tear out section. Usually if its not there it will be retained by the car yard that first sold it, or the car yard that first serviced it. Try them first, otherwise if they cant help or you dont have the manual, it may be a better option to get a 20 dollar stereo off ebay and self install as the stereo code was unique to the vehicle. However if you have time you could start at 0001 and work your way through every possibility, 0002, 0003 etc etc. I once found my one in a 99 pulsar that way, as the original seller wanted to charge a rediculous amount for the code that they ripped out of my manual and kept. Hope this helps.
You can look up in the internet and they will give you a bunch of codes to try out until you find the right one. My girl's car had the same problem. She did what I just suggested and voila, magical tunes again. Hope that helped