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There is a big possibility that the unit has an internal failure,and it
needs to be replaced. First of all, you need to reset the radio to ask
you for its code. Disconnect both battery terminasl for some 30 seconds
and reconnect then.
Long time I heard that the Error E only comes on when you try to decode it 10 times then have to
unhook the battery for 30 seconds and let it sit and after an hr you can
try 10 more decodes.
If after doing this, the radio asks for a CODE, then
you need the code now, but if the radio keeps displaying ERROR E the
radio is bad (the radio will never give you any code to unlock it for
that purpose you must go to your nearest Honda dealer as they are
authorized to retrieved it online from factory).
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Here are the steps for a 1991 Accord, but keep in mind you only have three chances to input the code before the radio locks up.
1. Turn the ignition to on, but not the engine.
2. Hold down 1 and 6 and turn on the radio.
3. The readout should display "Code", let go of 1 and 6 at this point.
4. Enter the code.
Hello you will need to visit the dealer to retrieve the unlock code for this problem your having removal of the battery has cause this to lock.Dealer usually charges $15-$20.00 for the unlock code this is the best solution.
The 2003 - 2005 Accord CD/Radio unit is prone to display failure. Honda
had issued a TSB some years back but you may be beyond the warranty
period. We repair this display issue. Check it out: www.autoclockrepair.com
Input the code for the anti theft on your radio. If it is not written down in your owners manual, you will need to take it out, and bring it to the dealership with proof of ownership, and they should be able to get you the unlock code and the sequence to put it in.
Disconnect your battery for fifteen minutes, then use the stereo's preset buttons to enter the code. If you're getting a "code e" (indicating that the system is locked), I've been told that leaving the deck powered on for one hour will unlock it. Otherwise, you have to stop by a dealer to have it cleared/programmed. MOST dealers will do this for you at no charge.
I have a crv also. the audio system has an anti-theft mechanism, to deter thieves from stealing your cd player/radio. you need a code to turn your unit back on, usually a four or five digit code, that should have been provided when you bought the vehicle. If you don't have it, the unit will come back on after, and only after a full, uninterupted hour of driving.