Question about Car Audio & Video
I had to change out the dash cluster. All the lights were burned out. When installing the new one the radio locked. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank You
Robert l. Parsons.
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.
Posted on May 21, 2008
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