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You will have to pull the radio out and get the serial # and the model # off the chassis, then take that to the dealer and they can run that info and get the code from honda data base about build data of your car.
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on the TL - 5 digit code for the radio; 4 for navi; numbers are typically on a sticker on the side of the glovebox (nearest radio) or rear truck arm (great security acura?). Need to unplug the antenna and then put in the code, reconnect the antenna and your back in business. search the net to learn how to access the back of the radio. typically needed after power is lost to the vehicle, new battery installed, etc.
This is the security code for theft radio system; add it; the radio code generaly is in back side of the radio, or in the owners manual (last page). If you dont have anyone, need to call the Acura dealer with the VIN car number (sometimes need to pay for this service).
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hi, this a very common problem that everyone gets when they have either had work done on the car witch involved removing the battery or if the battery has gone realy flat.
The problem is the only place you can get the code from is the main dealers this is due to the fact that its a security feature to stop thieves stealing your stereo and selling it on so to get the code you need to take the car and the owners paper work and also some id to your nearest main dealers they will then give you the code you need and they wont charge for giving you this.
Im sorry their is no easy fix to this but its just to ensure thieves dont nick your stereo and then sell it on with the code so to combat this you can only get the code from the main dealers with the correct documents.
You need to get the serial number off the sticker attached to the radio. It will require pulling apart your dash. Call an Acura dealership with that serial number and they should be able to provide you the code. Or you can take it directly to the dealer but you will be charged labor.
We had the same problem. As advised from another website, we unhooked the battery and hooked the cables together for about 10 minutes. This reset the radio and allowed us to put in the 5-digit code. Now we're jammin'!
Normally it is listed in your vehicle owners manual. If you don't have one your best bet will be at the dealership by giving them your VIN number and they can run it through to retrieve it. Some dealerships will charge you just to pull out your radio code for your vehicle. Honda's normally charge $99 just to retrieve this. hope this helped.
hi..i need to find the code for my 2004 acura tsx stereo .my battery died and when i turned it on it says code
i pushed the 1 and 6 at the same time and it gave me this #s u 1002 and L 0718 can u please help me
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