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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem with a 97 transport. Here is a couple solution to your locked radio problem. This is assuming you have the ACDelco radio original to the vehicle. One way is to allow the vehicle to warm for an hour. After warming the vehicle press either the 1/2 or 3/4 or 5/6 buttons together. In two on the sequences, a three digit code will come up. Write these codes down. I called the original seller of the vehicle, (if known) or a GM dealer. Speak with the parts or service department. They do not have the 4 digit code to unlock the stereo, though they can make a call to ACDelco and get the code. The other way is to take it to a dealer and have them erase the code, which is approx. 30-50 dollar depending on the service station. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
SOURCE: I have an 2003 chevy
P1441 code indicates an EVAP system problem the most likely cause is your charchoal canister needs to be service or you may have a vaccuum leak to it or from it. usually an easy fix first start by tracing the vaccuum lines running to and from it for any broken or cracked lines and replace as needed. If this is ok you can replace the filter in the canister and or just go to the wreckers and replace the whole canister. Or the best would be to replace it with a brand new one from an auto parts store that way you can be sure it will not be a bad one. Be sure to reconnect the vaaccuum lines correctly in the same place you removed them as this can effect vehicle emmissions and produce more codes and cause your vehicle to fail emmissions test.
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
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