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I have sold my GTO but have the original 6CD radio. I want to sell it but do not have the code. Not sure if it's worth me knocking myself out to get the code or just selling it as is.....any thoughts?

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Oh, I don't know....not really sure there's much of a market for them. At least there wasn't one about 5 years ago. I have an original one with the code. I removed it from the car in 2009 and put it up for sale with the code....twice with no takers. It still sits in a box on a shelf in the garage to this day.
 

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I got excited cause there's a guy on eBay and has some bids on his....up to $215! Although he has the code and I don't. I listed mine at $100 and no reserve. We'll see what happens.
 

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I'll have to watch that. Maybe I'll dust mine off and give it another try....
 

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I got excited cause there's a guy on eBay and has some bids on his....up to $215! Although he has the code and I don't. I listed mine at $100 and no reserve. We'll see what happens.
That radio will be worthless without the PIN. Getting the PIN is a simple process all you need is proof of ownership of the VIN. May be worth your while to visit a dealer with your owners registration an an ID.
 

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I was trying to fix my radio but instead I broke the face plate.... Does any one on this thread have the factory radio nameplate up for grabs????/
It doesnt matter if you dont have the code I just need the faceplate which can easily be removed from the entire stereo I cracked the board on it while trying to remove it
 

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The stereo system in my car was replaced 3 days after I bought the car new. It sounded awful.
 
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