Question about 2000 Saturn Ls 4dr Sedan
Well the only way to unlock the radio is this,,,there is a 4 digit code stored in the radio you need to get it from the radio,you must press and hold radio preset buttons 1 and 2 for 5 seconds and then a 4 digit code will appear,write down that code and respond to me so i can get you the unlock code,,only dealers can get the unlock code,i need to call saturn with that code thats in the radio to get you the unlock code,and then you enter the unlock code and you good to go,,,or you can take it to saturn and they may or may not do it for you for free,,but if you want just get back to me with the unlock code
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1.) To begin, if your radio is displays LOC, then proceed to step 2. If your radio says INOP, then turn your ignition to the RUN position, and turn the radio ON. You must leave it like this for a minimum of 1 hour (not 59 minutes) to clear the INOP message. I would wait 1 1/2 hours just in case doing it too early causes the timer to start over.
2.) Turn your ignition to RUN (if not already), and your radio to OFF. Press and hold preset buttons 2 and 3 for around 5-10 seconds to obtain a scrambled version of your radio's original factory set code.
3.) Call a GM dealer with this code. Tell them you are with a local shop i.e. I am Joe with Good Year Highway Tire; Then tell them: We have a 2000 Saturn SL we just changed a battery in and the radio is now locked. My mechanic pulled the pre-code. Could you give me the code? This usally works at no charge.
Once you have the code write it down. Keep atleast 2 copies. Hope this helps!
Posted on May 06, 2010
it can be hell these days--need proper tools--1st blow out any dirt in the plug areas cause when u remove a plug dirt can fall in eat the engine alive--plugs today last years--instead inspec plug wires they get burnt tho they dont lookit
Posted on Apr 29, 2011
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