Hi, We replaced our battery on our 2001 chevy camaro convertible and the monsoon stock radio now stays at "loc". I looked up a 1800 number after finding two codes on the radio (932 and 939) but when I called the 800 number (1-800-537-5140) and entered the code they gave me (202108#) the recording just keeps saying "wrong dealer code"
My husband is going nuts not having a radio or CD player.
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6 1/2" Doors
Left Front (+)
Left Front (-)
Right Front (+)
Right Front (-)
6 1/2" Side Panels
Left Rear (+)
Left Rear (-)
Right Rear (+)
Right Rear (-)
Sounds like a battery cable problem. Check the battery cable terminals for corrosion and tightness. If those are fine, have a load test done on the battery. Here is some troubleshooting tips:
Battery terminal connections loose of corroded. Check the cable terminals at the battery; tighten cable clamp and/or clean off corrosion as necessary. Battery discharged or faulty. It the cable ends are clean and tight on the battery posts, turn the key to the On position and switch on the headlights or windshield wipers. If they won't run, the battery is discharge. Automatic transmission not engaged In park (PI or Neutral (N). Broken, loose or disconnected wires In the staging circuit. Inspect all wires and connectors at the battery, starter solenoid and ignition switch (on steering column). Starter motor pinion jammed in flywheel ring gear. II manual transmission, place transmission In gear and rack the vehicle to manually turn the engine. Remove starter and Inspect pinion and flywheel. Starter solenoid faulty. Starter motor faulty. Ignition switch tautly. Engine seized. Try lo turn to crankshaft with a large socket and breaker bar on the pulley bolt. credit: https://www.wc-autoparts.com/blog/trouble-shooting-no-start-condition-19932002-camaro-and-firebird/
Radio code is specific for each and every car. It is specific like anti
So yu can get it by providing your VIN# and
registration details in authorised suzuki dealership.Nobody else can
provide you. If anybody can provide you that , then there is no meaning
of security for your car.
Yes there may be too many amperes being drawn from your battery. The radio will not work if there is not enough voltage and current. The same with the electric windows. Check the state of your battery, Your local mechanic can do this very quickly. Ask to look at the voltage reading when he checks the battery and the voltage should somewhere around 13.8 volts. If the battery is fine you will need to invest in an amplifier to run your stereo as this may be the root cause of your problems. Too many speakers draw alot of current and can play havoc with the cars electronics,
I switched my stock radio out of my 2001 Chevy Impala because it was defective and replaced it with a used radio I got from the junkyard. I called Chevy to see if I could get the code to unlock it and they told me I had to go to a Chevy dealership which I did. Cost $40.