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If for some reason your Honda Motor Vehicle requires you to disconnect the 12 V automotive battery or you happen to have incident with a discharged or failed battery you will need to enter your factory radio secuirty code to restore it's function. You can do this by simply referencing a dealer repair or service invoice that you may have kept, most people keep service records with their vehicle, you will see plainly stated most times on the left side of about the middle of the page ( Radio Code)
a series of 5 numbers use these and your back to easy listening...
The original radio is a BOSE system and it has a buit in amp. So if you replaced the deck you need to replace the speakers all so. Don't cut the wires to hook-up the deck buy an addapter KIT. It's not just the stereo that runs though that harness the factory alarm does all so and that will cause you problems. Anyway back to the stereo you need to add an amplifier and problem sovled.