Question about Car Audio & Video
Car radios in most cars are protected with a security code. If you remove the power cable from the battery or remove the radio from the car and insert it into another car, you need to enter the security code to get the radio working again.
The security code is supplied with the car manual when the car was first purchased.
You need to contact your car dealer or Pontiac with proof of ownership, model and serial number to get the secutity code.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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