Question about Car Audio & Video
Sometimes it's in the owners manual packet if you got one.
If it's a factory radio, the one that originally came with the car, a chevy dealer can get the code easily (you need vin# and sometimes info printed on radio casing).
If it's an aftermarket radio then you need to contact the radio's manufacturer or goto the local car audio shop.
It will probably cost less if you remove the radio yourself, so the shop can identify the serial numbers and such on it.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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