Question about Car Audio & Video
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General Motors coded THEFTLOCK® radios have a backup unlocking code that can be accessed by a General Motors dealer or a Delco® radio repair center if the owner programmed security code is not available. Honda, Acura and Audi anti-theft radios are examples that will require radio removal to access the radio serial number that a dealer needs to obtain the factory security code. Sometimes the original dealer for a vehicle may keep records of the radio security code for factory-coded radios.
Sounds like you may have to remove the stereo so you can see the code on the back.
Then I would take it to a local dealer and prove its your vehicle and give them the serial number.
They should be able to decipher it for you.
Best of Luck.
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Posted on Nov 25, 2007
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