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'94 honda accord cd player code

Hi my battery was disconnected and now the cd player is asking for a code which i don't have as it is not the original head unit the car came with and is second hand(not sure what model honda it is from), i pulled it out and found some numbers but am not sure which one is my serial number.
It is a honda/kenwood unit.

Numbers:
model= CX-400W
Y22-6090-21
08A02-4B5-210
KE0573
m0400001
011010h0

any help finding the code would be great thanks!

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  • jack88 Jan 16, 2009

    i think the model number is cx-400w

  • hit_and_run2
    hit_and_run2 May 11, 2010

    can u tell me wut model the kenwood unit it is?

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Try looking for a reset button on the face plate

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