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occasionaly the code can be found on the radio, if not you can remove the radio, and call your local dealership and ask for the code. they'll ask you for some information regarding the vehicle and give you the code. They should ask for VIN number and serial number on the radio. Sometimes the code will be found in the owners manual or on the envelope containing it. hope this helps.
No, it should immediately start if you have the battery connected properly. Are you sure this new battery is fully charged? It may just need charging. If the battery is fully charged and connected tightly then you have another problem.
I had this problem on my 2006 Accord. You need to call a Honda dealership give them your vin and they will give you the code to enter into the stereo. I don't remember mine having letters in it as the one you posted???
when battery dies the radio deems this to be that someone is trying to steal it and it goes into anti-theft mode and disables itself u need to notify a dealer the codes are dealer issued because they are considered a part of the vehicles security system call the dealer first will explain how to retrieve the radio id number which is needed
the code can be found sometimes if your lucky on the drivers door jamb ...The dealer affixxes the sticker their for future reference....If you arent so lucky the only way to get the code is by knowing the model # and serial number for audio unit ...This can be found on a label on the unit itself...So if your able to remove the unit your self this will save you some money.....I personally had the same problem with my Honda and after I checked around at the dealer and independent audio shops everyone wanted to charge between $90-$150 to remove cd/stereo to find the information needed to look up code....And of course make system operable.... Well after I removed the unit and got necessary info I was able to obtain the code for free from dealership once I was able to prove ownership of my Honda...It is not that dificult and is worth the time instead of paying the cash....Hope you find it on your door ....Its a five digit numerical code that you enter on your presets....Good Luck... PleaSE RATE MY SOLUTION SO IT HELPS WITH FUTURE DIAGNOSTICS....tHANK yOU
Check owners manual, made written on inside of covers or on radio pages. IF not check inside of glovebox for four digit code. If not luck, remove radio document all number, ie serial number on unit and call local honda dealer. They must run the VIN and radio info back to the motherland to get lock code.
Remover the radio from the dash and get the serial number from the back of it. Take that number and your VIN to a Honda dealer and they should be able to get you the security code. They will likely ask for your registration and driver's license to prove you own the vehicle.