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BATTERY REPLACED NEED CODE FOR RADIO

I REPLACED MY BATTERY ON MY USED 2001 HONDA CIVIC AND THE MANUAL HAS NO CODE TO RESET MY RADIO. DO I HAVE TO TAKE TO THE DEALER? OR CAN YOU HELP ME?

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You will need to take it to a dealer, They will have all codes on file under your plates.

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