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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1994 ACURA LEGEND RADIO CODE
Take the ashtray out and look at the bottom of it. A lot of times the radio code is written there, especially if the car was purchased second hand from a dealer.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
SOURCE: 91 acura legend
There is a connector under floor mat on front passenger side.
With the car turned off, jump this contactor out and turn the car to on position. After 2 seconds the abs light will blink given you codes.
After you fix the problem, you will need to remove the jumper, and pull all 3 abs fuses. Wait 3 seconds a reinstall the fuses. Now plug the connector back into its holder.
Now start the car, and the code should be cleared.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
What you need to do is pull your radio and get serial number and model number. If you call the dealer with this info and can prove you are owner they will give you the code usually for free.. If you go to dealer and they take it out they will charge you around $90...You might get lucky sometimes the dealership puts the sticker on the door jam by the mfr sticker itr is a 5 digit code... Good Luck
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
If it's a cheap aftermarket alarm, check for a red wire coming off the hot side of your battery with an inline fuse. If it's not, try to locate the alarm "computer" under the driver's side dash or nearby your fuse panel. You'll find a black box with a wiring diagram glued to the side, normally strapped to a wiring harness or other fixed element. If this is the type of alarm you have, you'll need to trace each wire coming from the alarm computer and unclip each fastener that's clipped to your vehicle's factory wiring. The trouble with these types of alarms is that they can get power from a number of sources (stereo, interior lights, etc.). Good luck with this one!
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
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