I bought a used imported Honda Accord 2004 model last month in Nigeria.The radio was mistakingly disconect from power supply.Since it have refused to work it is only asking for code.The serial no as i can understand is U1120,L1833.Pls help and treat as urgent.You may reply to me by this mail:firstname.lastname@example.org.
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If you bought the car originally from a Honda dealer, there is a way to obtain the code for free as Honda are one of the few manufacturers to provide online support to customers on this issue. Your original purchase of the car must be through the Honda network for the online help to work though.
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If you bought your car privately or through a non Honda dealer, the other option is to try your local Honda dealer directly for the information. They will require the radio serial number. To get this press buttons 1 and 6 at the same time. The serial will show on the display after a few seconds. Many Honda dealers will provide the information for free over the phone unlike other manufacturers.
Yes, you need to insert the 4 or 6 digit code when asked to do so in the radio display. There is a yellow sticker with the code hidden inside the glove box. many dealers affix the second sticker to the owners manual, and some still go through the trouble of manually typing the code into the folder that holds the owners manual and other new car papers. If unable, and as a last resort, go to a honda dealer with the VIN number, and proof of vehicle ownership.
Hi. Jumping the battery when the radio is turned on will often cause a problem. I would check the fuses for the radio first as one of them may have blown. Regarding the clock it is blinking and needs to be reset.
Since this is a relatively new car I recommend going to a book store and purchasing the service manual for Honda which includes the 2007 models. This will you how to reset the clock. Then keep the manual in the glove compartment for all future reference.