Today is one of the happiest days of my life because I was able to listen to the radio in my car for the first time in a year. I have a 1999 Saturn SC2 that I bought used 5 years ago. Everything has been great with my Saturn up until a year ago when I had to replace my battery. The battery switch went fine, but when I got into my car to drive to work the stereo display showed LOC. When I bought the car the user manual didn’t come with it so I did some research on the internet and found out that the Anti Theft system kicks in anytime the stereo is disconnected from the power.
I figured this wasn’t all that big a deal I would just call up the famously friendly Saturn customer service and they would have my stereo fixed in a jiffy with a smile on their face. However that was not the case. They told me that they do not have that information and the only way to unlock my radio was to go to a Saturn dealer and take it in for service. I thought that was an odd way of doing things since all that needed to be done was enter a 4 digit code in the stereo and it would unlock. Regardless, I called my local Saturn dealer and said I needed my stereo unlocked. They told me that it would cost 1 hour of labour $80 CAD and they would still not provide me with the code so I would have to go back to them next time it happened! I was furious! There was no way I was about to agree to that kind of extortion and I decided I would rather not have a radio then pay those crooks.
Yesterday I found the best website I’ve seen in a long time www.radiounlock.com. They will provide you with a working unlock code guaranteed or your money back. How much does this cost? $2.49US! I figured for that price if these guys were flat our lying and just stealing my money it was only $2.49. But they did exactly what they promised to do. I sent them the money via PayPal along with the stereo code and the make and model of my car and within 3 hours they responded with a code that worked. It was a great joy for me to drive to work today listening to the radio.
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