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I have two stock radios. One is the base, and the other has the cd changer that does not work. I can put a blank eeprom on them if desired. $10 each plus shipping. Add $15 for blank eeprom. Or I can include a blank eeprom with the radio for you to install for free.
 

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Victor,
The USB '09 radio I bought from you earlier is giving the local GM tech trouble. He can't seem to make it work with my car. You got any advice on how to make it work? I'd take the base radio you are selling now with a new eeprom to use in the meantime. Shipped to 87579.
 

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Victor,
The USB '09 radio I bought from you earlier is giving the local GM tech trouble. He can't seem to make it work with my car. You got any advice on how to make it work? I'd take the base radio you are selling now with a new eeprom to use in the meantime. Shipped to 87579.
What tools were they using? I had to do a vin relearn for it to work on my solstice. I can send you one of these radios with a blank eeprom for price of shipping while we try to figure out why the other one is not accepting.
 

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I replied to your PM.

They were using GM factory software. That may have been the problem. A local car shop has the Tech II and I may try to get over there and let them try but it's tough to get a day off to go do that. Rob the Elder, on this forum, has one in Denver and we have a club member experienced in using it, but again, it's tough to make the 600-mile round trip for club meetings with the summer running out fast!
 

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Before you toss that old radio, let me see if I can figure out how to swap faceplates. I might buy that faceplate to fix the one you just shipped.
 
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