Question about Car Audio & Video
You will have to contact a dealer or GM directly with a VIN number, that is the only way to get the code, dealer does not have to connect it to a computer to give you a code if that is what they said than it is a pure lie and it the radio and a vehicle are legit than you shouldn't have a problem.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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