Hi, i have a 95 honda accord- the battery was removed then once all was connectedf the radio was reset with a security code and i dont have access to the code-i have no manual-and no one seems to know what else to recomend!! please help
Remover the radio from the dash and get the serial number from the back of it. Take that number and your VIN to a Honda dealer and they should be able to get you the security code. They will likely ask for your registration and driver's license to prove you own the vehicle.
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Usually this happens when the battery has been disconnected or replaced. Or it's a replacement Honda radio. The Honda radio requires a 5 digit code to reset. You will need the serial number of the radio. You may need to remove the radio to get that info. Take a cellphone picture of the serial # to have it handy. Once you have the number, call your local Honda dealer and ask for the parts department. They should be able to get you the code for the radio based on the serial #. if not, you may need to take the car in for them to get you the code .
Write down the radio security code and the radio presets on your Honda Accord then disconnect the battery cable. Place the number one piston to TDC and remove the oil pan.
Take out the oil pump chain tensioner and throw it away. Use a 6 mm pin driver to hold the rear balancer shaft, placing the pin driver into the maintenance hole in the lower balancer shaft holder and through the rear balancer shaft.
Loosen and then remove the oil pump sprocket and and take out the oil pump. Clean all the surfaces so they are free from contaminants and debris. Make sure any old gasket is removed from the mating services.
Insert New Oil Pump
Add clean engine oil to the oil pump sprocket mounting bolt for lubrication then install the pump and oil pump sprocket loosely. Take the pin driver away.
Tighten the retaining bolts on the pump then squeeze the new oil chain tensioner and put it in the set clip. Install the oil chain tensioner and remove the set clip.
Reinstall all the components in the reverse order of how you took them out. Wait half an hour -- input the radio security code and the radio presets while you are waiting. Fill the engine with clean oil and wait three more hours before starting your Accord and checking for leaks.
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!
Most hondas have the code on the vehicle itself for resetting the code once the battery has been disconected or radio removed. Try pulling the glove box out and looking on the inside of the cavity. You should not need a code to remove the radio the alarm should not go off, it is the installation. The radio will not work with any other --vehicle without your specific code, good thieves know this and would rather steal the whole car. "Especially the Honda Accord. Have one in the garage and a 2005 Pilot.