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RESET THE LOW TIRE PRESSURE LIGHT AND UNLOCK A RADIO?

I JUST PURCHASED A 2001 IMPALA THAT HAS AN AFTERMARKET RADIO--I JUST HAD THE TIRES REPLACED AND THE LOW TIRE PRESSURE LIGHT CAME ON-IS THERE ANOTHER WAY TO RESET THIS LIGHT OTHER THAN USING THE FACTORY RADIO? I ALSO HAVE A GM RADIO BUT II IS LOCKED -HOW DO I UNLOCK IT ONCE I GET IT INSTALLED.?

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Take the radio to your GM dealer and go to the service department. They will be able to figure out the unlock code in less then 5 minutes and, at least when I had them do it, didn't charge me a dime.

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Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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