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My honda accord 2005, the battery went dead and the radio won't come on after i replaced the battery. i have the serial number, please what next can i do?

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    Page 148 of the manual talks about this. My car has the same the problem. Apparently they give you a card with the code on it. If you do not have the code you can take the serial number you have and the dealer can look up the code for you.

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