My 2001 Saturn SC2 radio is on LOCK. How do I unlock it? I previously got a 4 digit number and that number put it into lock when I entered it.

Asked by Jun 18, 2017 at 11:26 AM about the 2001 Saturn S-Series 3 Dr SC2 Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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1,455

Yeah try the code again and then if you can't get it that way call the dealership call a Chevy dealership they should be able to help you.

I paid radio.com to get a code. They sent me a code of 4544. Said to use MIN to enter the last two digits, and HR for the first two digits. But the radio shows LOCK. How do I enter the code? Also would HR even go above 24. Thanks. Ashok Aguiar at aammaguiar@aol.com or phone 248-299-3671. Thank you.

1,455

It would not have the 24 hour clock situation in your radio if I was you I would go online or look in your glove box manual it should give you a description of what to do to get rid of the lock feature look online if you have any more trouble let me know.

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