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If you disconnected the battery, then the radio probably locked itself. I would check the owners manual for the code. It's usually a 4 digit code and you just hit the preset radio numbers as the code. If it's not in you owners manual then call Saturn to find out what the code is.
Most likely you are out of luck. That code is on a card in the owners manual. If you do not have that you are most likely going to to need to replace the radio. You can get a decent cheapo at walmart. Your only hope would be maybe a Honda dealership could help you get a code but most likely they can not. This is Honda's security system at work.
If you do not have the code. look in owners manual some times it is written in there or there is a card with code on it. if not you need to go to a volvo dealer and they can get the code for you. You may have to pay them for it.
the radio is in security mode and requires a 4 digit code to release the radio back into operation. the code is usually inside the owners manual on a preforated type card. maybe first couple pages. (if the manual is still even in there) or maybe previous owner has written it down in manual somewhere. if not then the dealer may have to extract it through their scanner. may cost $$. the 4 digit code will start with 1 or 0 if you happen to find code, reply back to me and ill help you enter it, may be in manual as well. hope this helps