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I always would go to bestbuy or walmart to get a harness adapter kit and the radio bezel installation kit to install an aftermarket radio. Just plug it in, and the wires are all labeled for speakers, antenna, power, etc.
there is no code available for 2000 Cavalier. the radio is programmed to the BCM. you will need a GM tech II to calibrate the radio. If your radio is locked is because of a problem with the car or the radio has been installed from another car.
Just take your car to advanced auto or autozone , or some other car parts chain and they will check your charging system for free. They will tell you what the problem is. I hope this helps. Don't forget to rate my answer, thanks.
absolutely not true. when you take your stock radio out of your vehicle there are clips in it and when u take the clips out and the antenna the radio is free when you buy an aftermarket radio from best buy or wherever it will come with a harness for that specific radio now wherever you buy the radio from they probably have a selection of wiring harness for specific makes and models you just buy that and when u take it to the clips installed in the cavalier it will just snap in then the wires on the radio harness will be color coded to the ones on your new harness good luck!
ps i recommend walmart to buy the harness its about $10 there..