Question about Honda Civic
Two ways of going about this if the code was correct the radio would work so its not the right code you can get in touch with the previous owner see if hes got it or if you bought it off a garage see if they can sort it out or phone your local honda dealer find out if they still have a record of the code they keep records of most details on there cars but may charge you or if all that fails get your local paper find an auto electrian that has the coding device its not all that expencive cheaper than buying a new radio yates210456
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
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