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How do you reset the car radio after disconnecting the battery?


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2015-07-16 18:19:29
2015-07-16 18:19:29

Dear Daewoo owner,

You will have to get the code, you may be able to go to a GM dealership or you may find them on the Internet. I run into this problem all the time at my shop if you cannot get GM to do it or find a list of codes contact me and I will email you a copy of the code list.

Radio Codes: 4316 2152 4513 4362 1156 2145 3451 6361 5624 5241 3346 1165 3241 4524 5436

I don't know if those codes work or not--

It's only a 4 digit code with 1-6 as your options--so theres not THAT many variations :) Might sound like a lot but I just started at the top... 1111---1112--1113--1114---1115---1116----1121--- etc

Took me about 15 minutes to get up to 4516 which worked for me



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