Question about 2004 Honda Accord
After replacing my battery, my car radio requested for code. I do not have the code and do not know how to go about it.
Open your glovebox and look either inside the box, or on the outside black plastic--there should be a sticker with two sets of numbers. I don't remember how many digits the radio code is, but the radio code is on the sticker on the glovebox when it's in the open position.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
If the car is a ford ring a ford dealer if the car is a holden ring a holden dealer so on and so forth.
Had the same problem with my ford. I just drove to my nearest dearlership showed them id and paid $10.00 now my radio works.
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