Question about 2006 Chevrolet Impala
Want to price a factory radio for an 06 cimpala ls
I had the same problem and I found the best thing was to call around the Salvage Yard. They have so many there i got mine for $40.00, but keep in mind you need to call around. One place wanted almost $200.00 and the dealer would have been better off trading my car in for another car with a working radio LOL.
Keep in mind that if you do the Salvage Yard, you get the VIN number to the car where it came from or the security pin number to activate it.
If you need a pin number, that can call the dealer for it by using the VIN number of the car where it came from or you can drive to the dealer and have them re program the radio for you. Most dealer would be more then happy to help you out there, even if that didn't get a chance for you to trade your can in. LOL
Good luck, just trying to save you some money. Oh and some stereo shop still do repairs on factory radio.
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