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Your 2004 Vibe may have been equipped with a radio or a radio and separate amplifier. The BLU/WHT wire supplies +12 V to the radio. The radio ground wire is BRN. A GRY wire powers dial illumination. The BLK/WHT wire you mention is either the antenna input or a sensitivity control input to the amplifier. There also may have been a WHT mute control wire connected to the amplifier. The Vibe has an antenna amplifier which needs +12 v. The aftermarket radio should have separate LF, RF, LR, and RR outputs to connect to the corresponding speakers or amplifier inputs.
Radio code is specific for each and every car.
It is specific like anti theft code.
You can get it by providing your VIN# and registration details in
authorized dealership. Nobody else can provide you. If anybody can
provide you that , then there is no meaning of security for your car.
I also own a 2004 Pontiac Vibe and our company delivery vehicle is a 2006 Vibe, both have this problem. I had a friend who repairs circuit boards re-solder new bulbs. You need to know what you are doing, the heat from the gun can burn out the new bulbs.