Question about Car Audio & Video
I am replacing a stock radio in a 99 olds alero.
The new radio has a theftlock code on it. How do I retrieve it? other than going to the dealership?
Is it accessable from the radio?
Most of the time on newer cars the radio unlock code is on a sticker that is attached to the side of the glove box and the trunk lid. If you are replacing with a used radio from another vehicle you are going to have problems if you don't have access to the other vehicle. you will then have to call the manufacturer of the radio and do what the other guy said in answer #2
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
No, the radio won't tell you. If you are putting in another stock radio from an original vehicle it could be difficult as the VIN# of the vehicle usually lets the car manufacturer find the code. See if you can find a serial number on the unit somewhere and call the maker of the unit, they will have the listed pin code
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