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How to restart a grand am se 1999 or unlock the stereo?


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2015-07-15 20:01:06
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If you take the car to a dealer they can plug it in to a scan tool and get the codes by calling into GM and inputting them into the stereo for you[was no cost when I asked]. The code is made up from the vehicles VIN. I am assuming they plug in the scan tool to verify the radio is from the car it is in and not stolen.


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