Re: Car Stereo unlock code for a 2000 Pontiac Monta
I dont believe there is a default code but if you hold down 2 and 4 for a few seconds.... 2 sets of 3 digits come up on the screen... 0XX and then 0XX (where X is your digits) Call your local GM dealer preferably one that deals with Pontiacs... and explain you removed the battery and your radio is locked... you forgot your security code but you have the 6 digits the deck gave you... they;ll put you on hold a for a few minutes then come back with your security code... which will always be the same so dont loose it.. hope that helps.
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Aftermarket stereos are designed to work within the power specifications for most vehicles, if you are experiencing blown fuses I would suggest re-checking the stereo wiring for a crossed, exposed, or improper connection. If you have ruled out all of these then you can install a capacitor to power your system more efficiently. Most car audio stores sell these and are installed between the connection to the head unit and battery. I hope this helps =)
you are going to have to go to the dealer to get the codes for it. you may not be able to unlock it because most of the radios today from gm and unique to the car. they go by the vin number to get codes.
You'll an stereo install kit. I comes with the surround for the new stereo to fit into, and that will fit into the space for the stereo in the dash, this kit will also have a connector to wire the new stereo to, and plug into the stock stereo plugs.
anything will fit with the right dash kit and wiring harness. go to a stereo shop and ask for both give them the year make and model of your car and ask for a dash kit and a wiring harness for your ride
The stereo's ESN Feature has activated. High-end Eclipse stereo's have a feature to prevent theft where if the battery is disconnected from the stereo, it must be "unlocked" with a "key" CD, that comes with the CD player but can later be changed to a personal CD of the owner. You would need to either call Eclipse and see if they can de-activate it (you'll need to ship it to them, if they even do it, because it is a security feature after all.) Or you need to talk to the last owner of the vehicle and have them unlock it.