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Unlock radio code

1998 Honda Accord

I had bad battery connection and its now repaired, however, now I have to reprogram the radio. I have the radio code...how do I reprogram or enter the code?

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  • hale_sharon Jan 01, 2009

    I did have to remove the negative cable to clear the error code but once I did this and enter the code, radio works like a charm. The dealer here in OKC wanted to start with $70 to dismantle the radio just to get the serial number then go from there. My spouse is in Iraq and could only recommend the dealership.



    Thank you vitaforall for the speedy reply and help!

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The radio station buttons numbered 1 2 3 4 5 6. enter the 5 digit radio code there. if it locks up or goes to error you must remove the negative (-) battery cable to reset the radio and try again. it will let you try 3 times.

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    vitaforall Jan 01, 2009

    your welcome. I was deployed to the persian gulf twice its tough to be away. glad i could help.

    thanks

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