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Need a code for my rds radio

Brought radio and has a lock code

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  • jaman0 Dec 17, 2008

    rds thats all i know from a 2002 gmc envoy

  • Brian Taylor Mar 26, 2009

    I have a Delco 2003 Radio purchased through the internet need code to unlock it.
    I have the vin # from the vehicle it was removed from ...
    It's also one of those RDS models


  • Jyackle5
    Jyackle5 May 11, 2010

    need ot know what Brand radio and model # of it to help.

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You can get the code here but it will cost you $4.00
http://www.radio-code.com/?gclid=CLXl8cLeyJcCFRIcawodDXMxSg
Good luck.

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The bottom button on the controller moves to the next digit of the code.

When you have the correct code on the display, press and hold the bottom button to enter the code.

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