Question about 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
You need to pull the stereo out to get the stereo serial# and then go to the dealership with your driver license along with your car registration. You need to go to service station and they'll get the stereo code# to you. Some dealership they might keep the stereo code in their data bank, so just show them your car registration where they can get your VIN# and they'll get the code# for you.
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