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I bought a 2002 pontiac grand am the radio is locked.it is not the original radio all the wires have been cut and spliced. i soddered all the splices can't find a serial number the radio part number is 10318435 an dthe bar code numer is 89RBC M112474161

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Contact any gm dealer they will walk you through the unlock procedure over the phone for free

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HI BBunk,

Sounds like the dead speaker took out the amplifier output too. You may need a new head unit.

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