Question about 2000 Oldsmobile Alero
Of keys to push first
There is a code to get from the radio, then a Technicians will call GM to get the actual unlock code. Only takes a few minutes.
See this link to do it yourself. They have a 1 hour turn around...
GM Radio Unlock Codes
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
Well thats a tough one, since GM is super-secretive about the "TheftLoc" System. My Recommendation is to take the Car to your Local Olds/Buick/Pontiac Dealership, and they have the Proper Procedure to Unlock your Stereo for You. This System requires 2 separate Code entries; Yours & Theirs (Imagine that, lol)
Last time that I had to do it, didn't Cost me anything when I already had My Code, the Next time where I didn't have the Code it Cost me $25...Hope this Helps Ya resolve your Issue. Good Luck
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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