The code should be on top of your radio, the only thing you got to do is remove the plastic that goes around the AC controls and stereo. You can either unscrew the radio it self or the AC controls.I have done this a few times just because I misplace the code and of course I have to remove the battery cable to perform certain jobs.
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You have to remove the radio and get the serial number then call any honda dealership service desk tell them you need the radio code give them the serial number and they'll give you the code. I've done it a few times good luck
You need to get your radio security code from your Honda dealership service department. this is an antitheft code, to keep crooks from reselling stolen radios, so if you go to the dealer, and provide the VIN number of your Honda, they should be able to help you out!
you will need to contact the dealer to get the code, we don't supply them here because of the radio being stolen we would be giving you the information to use a stolen radio the dealer will set it for you as long as you have proff of registration.
Codes were introduced to radios to stop the theft and resale of stolen radios.NOBODY keeps radio codes,unless the first owner wrote it down in the service book of the car.allways assume that it was stolen unless the seller can provide the code.sorry to be the one to tell you but "caveat emptor"