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yes the other will be to call the dealer and ask for parts department and give them the radio number , they should give you the code for free .
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Well if they are asking you that , that will be fine but the charge should be around $85 nit more
some dealers give it to you fro free, if you know somebody in service or parts department will help
i m trying to be helpful but the manufacture don't provide these codes for us .
Hi there, I am cam. I am sorry but you have been given some bad information. If there were codes to get I would be able to get them, however its not a system that requires a code. These newer vehicles require programming with the factory scan tool or aftermarket tool compatible with the GM system and software to unlock the radio. This learns the VIN and speaker configuration for the vehicle to the radio for optimum performance. . Long gone are the days of using a code to unlock the radios. An honest shop would charge between 30-50 for this programming.