Tip & How-To about Honda Civic
Honda provide a direct support service to customers who have lost the security code to their radio owing to the power being lost through a flat battery or having been disconnected for maintenance etc...
The site is maintained directly by Honda and gives you your genuine factory code for your radio - all for free!
Honda is one of very few manufacturers to provide a service such as this and most people are not aware of this.
You will need to provide some details - the VIN of your car and the serial number of the radio. This can be obtained on most Honda vehicles without taking the radio out of the dash and can be made to show on the display of the radio - full instructions are at the link.
You must also provide the ZIP code and telephone number you used when you purchased your vehicle. This is to confirm that you are the genuine owner of the radio. Be aware if you purchased your vehicle from a non Honda dealer the service may not work as these details must be already registered with Honda customer care in order to verify ownership.
The site is is located here. https://radio-navicode.honda.com/
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