you will have to pull your radio out of the dash to be able to look at the model number and/or serial number of your radio. Call a local Pontiac dealer and they can give you a code to enter when you turn your radio on after changing your battery.
with the motor running and radio off press buttons 1 and 4 on the radio this should unlock the radio
If a vehicle, like the 2004 Pontiac Montana has an XM Radio built in, the code to program the radio is found on Channel Zero. Tune the radio to XM then turn the tuner to Channel Zero.
The Pontiac Montana does not come with a factory installed amp in the sound system. The wiring goes directly from the radio to the speakers.
call the dealer
Enter the Theftlock code. If you don't understand what that means, consider reading the owners manual.
by replacing the radio unless you are inclined towards successful and attractive African American re-engineering.
Go to Radio Shack they wii replace it
The only thing you need to reset is the clock and radio station presets.
Montana Public Radio was created in 1965.
E23 Communication Error: There is a vehicle/radio communication problem or an inter radio communication problem, Correction: Disconnect battery voltage to the radio and then reconnect after a few minutes.
Take it to the dealer. They get the numbers off the radio and input them to the master GM computer to get the master code. There is no other way.
If you disconnected the battery lately then the security system in the radio has disabled the radio the code is on the card with your owners manual if you don't have the card then you need to get the serial number from the radio and call the dealer and he will give you the code number to enter with the radio buttons good luck Cliff
how to fix the light for the clock radio in a 2003 Pontiac grand am
if the radio is not working in a 2007 Pontiac g6 sdn what is the problem
To install an aftermarket stereo in a 2003 Montana you need to first buy a trim plate or a mounting bracket. Remove the dash panel. Disconnect the ground cable from the battery. Remove the factory stereo. Unplug the factory wiring harness from the radio. Connect the new radio. Test it and reassemble the dash. Reconnect the negative battery terminal.
A battery is a source for electricity. A flashlight and a radio are not a source for electricity.
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what is the transformation of energy in battery-operated radio
The radio doesn't have a battery. It uses the vehicle electrical system / battery. If the power to the radio is interrupted, you will have to reenter the presets. Make sure the fuses for the radio are not blown.
I just recently had this issue. Once I pressed the power button on the radio all gauges started working again. No idea why. A short in the system somewhere maybe? I dunno. It hasn't happened again in the past 1000kms. 2002 Montana AWD EXT 112,000kms
Anytime a battery cable is disconnected you have to reprogram the set radio stations
Go to the gm service center nearest you with title/proof you own this vehicle, and probably pay to have a gm technician utilize a gm scan tool to re-set the security system between the radio and the pcm.
Anytime a battery cable is removed from the battery the radio will need to have the clock reset and the radio stations re-programmed. (Helpfull)
This is telling you that the battery in your remote is almost dead. The message can't be reset because it's not an internal thing, it's a signal from the remote itself. Either take the battery out or replace it.