I ACCIDENTALLY SET OFF MY ALARM ON MY 96 CONCORDE WHICH I JUST PURCHASED AND HAD NO IDEA THERE WAS AN ALARM. I THINK I TRICKED MY RADIO INTO THINKING IT WAS IN DANGER OF BEING STOLEN. NOW ITS NOT WORKING. ISNT THERE A FACTORY CODE I CAN PUT IN TO GET IT TO WORK AGAIN? IF SO HOW DO I GO ABOUT GETTING THIS CODE?
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I think maybe it would be a better idea to purchase a new one, as you have probably melted the inside of that one, having said that, check the fuses first as they may have protected your radio by blowing before any damage could be done.
With the car, comes a plastic "infocard" with the radio and alarm codes. If you lost the card or didn't receive it with the purchase, you can ask for the code to the radio manufacturer, they'll ask you the serial number of the radio and the car and they'll send you the code.
Don't worry - you'll get 3 more chances in a couple days or so. If that is the factory radio and you know where the car was purchased, you can call the dealership and give them whatever info they ask for (your name, vehicle VIN, etc.) They should be able to look up the reset code in their computer system and give it to you. If it is the factory radio but you don't know what dealership sold it, you must remove the radio and look at the serial number. They may require you to bring the car in to the service department to do this and charge you a hundred bucks. If that's the case, think about upgrading.
the amp will work but it is a dog thing to do cause you will need to find a wire harness to fit the 2000 and be able to trace down the wires of the amp to match them up with the 2000... if you have a lot of time then it will take you some time to do... if you dont have a lot of time, goto a local radio shop and pick up an amp from there or a walmart, kmart, radio shack. it will save you the trouble of trying to figure out all the stuff... it is cheaper to just get a new amp....
Hi I disconnected the battery and but that on charge i removed the radio and checked all the wireing and i think what i may have found when the guy who installed it in the first place, when he was putting the radio in place with the wiring the jack plug to the remote stalk control had come detached.