Question about 2003 Honda Accord
My battery went dead after leaving the key on overnight. AAA jumped it the next day. When I turned the radio on it didn't work. When I pressed various radio buttons the letters ''code'' came up and the ''ErrE'' after pressing one more button. Now when I turn it on and press any button just ''ErrE'' displays.
What you need is the radio code to get rid of the error code just disconnect both battery cables touch them together for approx. 30 seconds reconnect cables turn on the radio it should read code there might be a credit card size card in the glove box with the radio code if not look for a sticker in the glove box this is your radio code if not then the radio has to be removed to get the radio seial# then call a honda dealer up give them this number and they can look it up or if your bought the car new call that dealer up they should have this in their history
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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