Question about 2000 Honda Accord
I had to change my battery and now it does not work as it needs a security code for the radio to work again. I bought the car used and did not get the code. I do not have the serial number of the battery. Now I am told that the radio will have to be taken out to get the serial number and the charge will be $105.00. This is totally unbelievable. Can you help?
Did u look in the manual at all and on any of the pages or anything? Usually people write it down in the user manual somewhere or on a peice of paper with the user manual. I'm not 100% sure but i thought that u could go to the dealer and give your vin number and they should be able to get it for u from the computer, or call honda and get it with your vin. If you were told u can't by the dealer, then try another honda dealership to see what they say. I used to work at one like 4 years ago but i don't remember how they used to retrieve the codes for customers but i think like i said they could look it up by the vin to get the code. But double check around your user manual just to make sure. Hope this helped any, good luck
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