Yes I've had the same problem you need to switch off the Radio and disconnect the battery again - Leave battery disconnected for about 5 mins and reconnect. then switch on the radio and you should have code displayed. Then type your code number in and away you go.
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The radio code comes with the car and is unique to the unit itself. You can either go to a dealer and ask him to find out what the code is from the records kept by the manufacturer, or contact Opel direct, or employ an expert to decode the unit for you
You will just have to re-set your stations, etc. Very common when the battery is disconnected or removed. In case the code is lost, I taped mine to the top of the radio and kept a copy in the glovebox. A dealer should be able to supply a radio code from your registration.
When the battery was down or removed the radio was reset and since this is done for secuirty the codes must be entered on the panel for the radio to be active. Please check the manuals for the codes or call your dealerships.
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This means the incorrect code has been entered more than three times, you need to find the code it will be on a card in the glove box with the owners manual, if you dont have it then radio must be removed and serail # written down and call dealer, also you are locked out of radio you now need to leave the radio on with the key on for a straight hour you may need to hook battery charger to keep battery from going dead.after about an hour you will see the word code displayed you can now enter the code follow directions in manual to enter the code useing the right buttons.
If it is the correct code, you may have entered it a few times & locked the system. Either disconnect the battery & wait a minute & reconnect & retry, or pull the radio fuse & retry after waiting a minute & reinstalling.
In the owners manual booklet there should be a radio code that you have to punch in in order for the radio to work. This is in case your radio gets stolen no one else can use it. When you change the battery or the battery goes dead you have to put this code in for the radio to work again. The radio code may be on a card inside the leather case the owners manual comes in.. This is where mine was.