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I have a 1998 chevy blazer and the battery went dead and now the radio is locked and needs a code to unlock it can anyone help me with this

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I have a 1998 chevy blazer and the battery went dead and now the radio is locked and needs a code to unlock it can anyone help me with this

Doc here,

Contact the dealer For an unlock code...

There are some internet sources for these as well if you do an extended Google search.


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hi,if you have the original owners manual,theres a page that tells you how to do it. most original owners put the 4 # code into the manual. if you dont have the manual,try the numbers 0000. (it worked for me) if it dont work,go to the dealer.
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