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You will need to enter the radio code. This is usually a 4-5 digit number. It is normally printed on a credit card size card located with the owners manual and documentation. The owners manual will give instructions on how to enter it
All Hondas come from the factory with a 5 digit code for resetting the radio after a power interruption, such as changing the battery. It's printed on a card about the size of a credit card, and is included with the owner's manual. Some dealers manually print the code number on an Avery sticker and stick it inside the glove box since the cards seem to disappear over time. If it's not there, you should be able to have the original dealer call Honda with the VIN and radio serial number and get the code. It's a different number for each car, so someone else's code won't work for you. Good luck
You can only get your radio code from the dealership. The code is retrieved by removing the radio and finding the serial number for your particular radio. You can either remove it yourself or pay to have the dealership do it. One other thing you might try is looking around in your glove box or in the owner's manual. There might be a sticker with the code printed on it hidden in the glove box or if you're not the original owner of the car, the previous owner may have written it down in the owner's manual.
Usually there's a number printed on a tag on the radio. must be removed from dash to find it. this code plus proof of ownership should get you the unlock code from dealership parts dept. if you're not the original owner, check the owners manual. some people write the code down there.
I own a 2002 Honda CRV. I bought it used and all owners manual was
provided with the purchase. I lost power to the car's system and the
radio set itself in an anti-theft mode requiring a code to get the radio
to function again. I tried pushing several buttons without succees. I need your help to put the right code!!
When I got my 2002 Accord SE, the sales lady put the radio code on the first page of my owners manual. There are 5 numbers in the code. They have this so if someone steals your radio they won't be able to use it..
Art in D town
In your manuel there is instruction to unlocking the radio and you may have the code's written in the back. If it does ask for a code try 0000 and if that does not work try logging on to www.radio-code.com.
They can give you the instruction and codes you need to reset your radio. If you have a good relationship with the dealer they may be able to help you out too since they are always disconnecting and changing batteries.
Good luck and hope this helps.
Do you have the model number and serial number off the radio chassis, if not pull the radio out and record that info, then call the local dealer and they can access the build data on your car from Honda's data base and supply the code for the radio. Since this is a anti-theft code they may ask you to come down to the dealer and verify you are the owner