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you can find the code next to the glove compartment. Its is a five number code.
look inside the glove compartment for a white sticker. if you dont see it inside
try the sides (mind was on the left side) of the glove compartment.
If you dont have it you have to call honda dealer to unlock the code, it should be free.
but you have to be the registered owner of the car.
When you turn the key to start, the engine cranks over? You must check for spark and fuel, if one is missing, the car won't run. Pull a spark plug, with plug wire connected and plug on a metal surface of the engine, have someone turn the key to start, while you watch for spark at the plug. It is easiest to see spark with car out of direct or bright light. If you have spark, attempt to start several times, pull a spark plug and check for evidence of fuel (wet) on plug. Let me know what you find, we can then continue.
oil inside the cylinders happens two ways...bad or worn piston rings or bad valve seals. If you do a compression test this will tell you what the problem is. when you remove your oil filler cap with the motor running is there a lot of pressure coming from inside the engine? If there is, as I'm suspecting you are sadly suffering from a worn out engine.
Yes the oil can cause the car to lose spark, the oil leak could be caused by the valve cover gaskets around the spark openings, but 9 times out of 10 it is the spark plug tube "O" rings. The top of the valve train comes off of the head, the "O" rings are between the two halves, that will fix the oil leak.
a new valve cover gasket and o-rings around the wells should have cured this...did you clean the old o-rings off the valve cover completely before installing new ones? this is a common problem with these models.....i would re-check my gaskets and mateing surfaces. valve cover gaskets and spark plug well o-rings are relatively low cost. the spark plug is tight, correct? write back with an update!