2006 Saturn Vue: I left my lights on and ran down my battery, needed a simple jump. Now my radio will not work????

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Asked by Jul 03, 2013 at 04:00 PM about the 2006 Saturn VUE Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2006 Saturn Vue:  I left my lights on and ran down my battery, needed a simple jump.  
Now my radio will not work????  Is this a saftey feature and will power up when car
battery charged all the way?  Is there a fuse to the radio?  No clock or anything.  Thanks.

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When the radio senses it has lost power it shuts down and will not operate- it thinks it has been stolen- you will need to input a code- if you input the wrong code too many times it will never operate again-

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Thank you Mark.... Another site suggested that we unhook the battery for at least 10 minutes to let everything reset, and that worked. But thank you for your answer too. I purchased my Saturn new in 2006 and have no plans to ever get rid of it. So I may have questions in the future for you. Thanks again.

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