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1995 Honda Accord CODE problem

I am a 3rd party owner of a 1995 Honda Accord EX. The other day my car died and when i jumped it the stereo read CODE and would not work. I do not have an owners manual, nor does the stereo have a legible serial number. I called the original place of sale and the service tech told me I need to buy a new stereo, because he does not have the information on file. Does anyone out there have any advice as to what I should do. The tech mentioned getting online and asking anyone if they have random codes. ANY HELP will assist me!

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  • Anonymous May 15, 2009

    I'm also havin the same problems and a lot of what i'm findin is saying look in the glove box, and to check under the ashtry and cupholder!!! good luck

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Ask about, you can get radio's recoded at many places. Ask your local auto spares supplier, that would be my first port of call.

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