Question about 2004 Buick Rainier
This could be a problem. Sometimes you can disconnect the battery cable for 5 minutes and the stereo will reset. But before you do make sure that you have a code for your stereo. Because it will lock and without the code you won't be able to listen to the stereo at all. If you don't have the code you can go to Chevrolet and talk to the service department and they will give you the code with the VIN number of the vehicle. Or you can go to Buick. Either place will work. But after the stereo resets then possibly the cd's will come out. If not you will have to take the stereo out and disassemble it to get them out. Or take it to a stereo shop and have them do it.
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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