Question about Acura Cars & Trucks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a product you can purchase that plugs into your cigarette lighter which you attach a 9 volt battery to that will save your car's memory while you change your battery. Not only radio codes, but all on board car computer codes. It will run you about 10 bucks. Here's an example
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
.If you do not have radio code you can most of the time find the code card tucked away in the owners manual pouch.(looks like a bussiness card)If you are unable to find card you would have to pull radio from dash and retrive stereo serial number,which is on bottom side of radio.once you have s/n you can take s/n to any acura dealership(has to be a dealer)and they can get radio code for that stereo through Honda Corp.once you have correct radio code you will need to first unplug radio,or disconnect battery to reset radio memory,then type in radio code.again if entered incorrectly 3x ,radio would need to be reset again too clear error codes.good luck!
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
Pop your glove box open and look on the left side of it, there should be a sticker there with 2 sets of numbers... the 5 digit number should be your radio code.....
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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