Question about 1999 Acura Integra
The dealership will charge about $100 - $125 and they require the serial number off the radio (which you can only find by removing it) and the VIN number. Just using the registration and the VIN will not get you the answer..... You can go to your local shop and they will charge you less. Also, the Acura website gives you the ability to enter your information online and they won't charge you. They will send you your code online. You have to register your car with the Acura website and I encourage you do to that - as there is a wealth of information...
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
Take your registration and title to a dealership and they can look it up for you based on the VIN number of the car. They may charge you up to an hour's labor for doing this though, so make sure they give you the code written down on a card you can keep, and they also show you how to enter it. Otherwise, you'll have to go back and pay again if power is interrupted in the future.
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
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