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Re: Car Radio Problem
These radios are vin run off the computer so you might have to replace the &recaliberate it or or have it done to youe old one you can find a replacement on ebay for like $50 but no matter what it still has link to ur car by the dealer
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There is an amplifier located in the trunk under the back deck. See if it is hot to the touch. If so, one of the amplifier ICs is shorted. The amplifier has a remote turn on that may not be working. This may be a problem also. I can repair the amplifier for $60 including shipping. Contact information... (rike2 at bellsouth dot net)
This may be a bit late to help, but I just had the same problem yesterday. Same car (2000 Monte Carlo SS), but mine is just the CD/radio stereo (no cassette). I was able to solve it by pulling the fuse for the radio (it's in the right-side panel) and letting it sit for a minute. After putting it back in, the CD player made the disc ejecting sound one time (no "check CD" message) and stayed off. And now it seems to be working fine. We'll see how long it lasts, though.
I think you have something on the radio issue, pursue that as the cause, call the dealer they may be able to help with some info, also there are forums just for your car, join one and post a thread with your question, allot of owners I bet have had the same issue.
try unhooking the cars battery for fifteen minutes then hooking it back up. they probably did this at the shop when they were finished to clear the engine trouble codes. my car radio recently acted up all i had to do was unhook the battery then it worked like new.