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I just misplaced the Navigation System Code for my Honda Accord 2004 with Vehicle Identification Number IHGCM66844A090143. I will appreciate if you can assist me to get the navigation system code back so as for me to be able to make use of it.

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You may be able to contact the original selling dealer they should have it on file, also if you still have your maitenence journal it might be in there. the worst case would be taking it to the dealer and having them remove the unit and getting the serial number off of it so they can get the code for you

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My 2004 Honda Accord V6 will not start. The security system indicator is flashing.


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If it is a factory security system there is no unlock code.They either need to get a new battey or a jump, they can unlock the car with the key.

When they jump it if the horn starts to honk they can lock and unlock the drivers door with the key to turn the alarm off.

When they do get going the radio will be displaying code. If they do not have the code with them I may be able to help if Honda's site is up for codes today. Here is how they can get the serial number needed from the radio assuming it does not have navigation:



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May 22, 2012 | 2004 Honda Accord

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I picked up my 2004 Honda Pilot from the auto body shop. When I got in the car my radio and navigation system say enter a code. I brought my car used and as stated in the owner's manual there should be...


you may have to take the vehicle to a honda dealer to see if they can help you with your problem it is obvious that the battery has been disconnected at the auto body shop, if the honda dealer can't help mabe a auto radio installer may be able to.......hope this helps......cheers

Sep 03, 2011 | 2004 Honda Pilot

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Need to reset radio code for factory cd player it say code 3


Call ANY Honda dealer and they will give you the correct code as long as the radio is original. Just have your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) ready. This will be totally free and will take about 5 minutes!

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How can i get the radio code for my car


Retrieve Unlock Codes for Radio and Navigation Devices

Retrieving Your Code:
You can retrieve your code using this website by providing identity verification and vehicle information in a few simple steps.

Information You Will Need (click in the right link):
* Vehicle VIN Number (Vehicle Identification Number)
Every automobile has a unique Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) that contains information about that vehicle. You can find your 17-digit VIN:
  1. At the base of your vehicle's windshield, on the driver's side
  2. On your vehicle's registration
  3. On your insurance statement or proof-of-insurance card
  4. On your Honda Financial Services statement
  5. On new owner surveys or customer satisfaction surveys sent by American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Valid VIN numbers use the letters A-Z and numbers 0-9, except for the letters I, O, and Q. If the VIN is not working properly, check to see if letters and numbers have been accidentally inverted. Make sure the letter O was not entered in place of the number 0. Also, make sure the correct number of characters has been entered.

* Phone Number and Zip Code matching those on file
For security purposes, we verify ownership by comparing the phone number, zip code, and VIN you enter with those we have on file. Unless you have updated these values through Customer Services, the phone number and zip code will be those on file at the time the vehicle was purchased.

* Device Serial Number

There are several places to find your device's serial number:

The Radio/Navigation Code and the device unit's serial number are listed on the anti-theft ID card that comes with the vehicle. The card is usually placed in the glove box at the time of delivery.

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You can retrieve your code using this website during the following hours:
* Monday to Friday 4:00 AM to 9:00 PM PST (Pacific Standard Time)
* 4:00 AM to 6:30 PM on Saturdays PST
* 4:00 AM to 9:00 PM PST on Sundays.

Just check and send the roght onformation in THIS LINK: Radio Navicode

Remember that this its one unique secure code, anybody could sell you in Internte.

Good luck (remember to rate this answer)..

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take to a garage and get a diagnostics or buy a new raido i have one for sale ;-)

Apr 13, 2010 | 2005 Honda Accord

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2004 Japanese Honda Accord CL-7 series. Need to reset nav system


You could take the car to a dealer(Ali Bhai Motors in Karachi) who has the software disc to reinstall. I had a some what similar problem when I was changing the battery and the screen died

Oct 01, 2009 | 2004 Honda Accord

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My radio needs a code


"i have a 2004 honda accord my radio needs a code"

I had the same problem on my Honda Accord.
After several attempts to fix and many error messages I called a Honda house and the lady in service said "No problem". She then asked for the two codes listed by using the procedure described above (the "U" and "L" codes which both contain 4 digit numbers following the U or the L.
I gave her this and she "looked it up".
In a couple of minutes she returned with a 5 digit code which I immediately tried.
Of course it didn't work because it only has room for 4 numbers.
I went thru the battery disconnect reset (for 5 minutes) and while that was going on, I remembered that the code for the navigation system was located by another service tech once before.
All he did was pop the top off the fuse panel under the hood.
On the cover, along with the fuse identification was a white sticker with some numbers on it.
One of the typewritten numbers had a "N" written with a pen on it.
Another number was 4-digit and had a "R" in blue ink, like the N written on it.
I thought "If N stands for navigation, would R stand for radio?"
The rest is history.
When I plugged that number into the radio in the code entry mode - everything started working.
If I hadn't seen that tech open and retrieve the navigation code, I never would have related "N" and "R". The under hood fuse box is located on the driver's side up near the windshield.

May 24, 2009 | 2004 Honda Accord

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2004 Honda Accord touch screen will not accept code numbers


DOES SYSTEM INTAKE CODE YOU TYPE AND RETURN WITH ERROR MESSAGE OR JUST PLAIN HAS LOCKED SCREEN? SYSTEM IS DESIGNED SO THAT IF INCORRECT CODE IS INPUT MORE THAN THREE TIMES SYTEM LOCKS ITSELF.WHICH REQUIRES THAN THE NAVI UNIT BE UNPLUGGED FROM BATTERY POWER FOR ABOUT 5-10 MINS TO RESET ITSELF.NOW INCORRECT CODE CAN BE DUE TO WRONG CODE/SERIAL # CARD FOR VEHICLE, UNIT HAS BEEN REPLACED IN PAST POSSIBLY AND YOU ARE INPUTING CODE FROM OLD UNIT UNKNOWINGLY. YOU ALSO WANT TO MAKE SURE CODE YOU ARE TRYING TO INPUT IS FOR NAVI-SYSTEM AND NOT THE RADIO CODE FOR THE STEREO. IF ALL ABOVE CHECKS OK THEN NEXT STEP WOULD BE TO REMOVE UNIT TO RETRIEVE SERIAL NUMBER FROM BACK OF NAVI UNIT THEN GO TO NEAREST DEALARSHIP WHO CAN THAN RUN S/N THROUGH HONDA IN SYSTEM AND RETRIEVE CORRECT CODE FOR THAN SERIAL NUMBER. LET ME KNOW HOW IT GO'S

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sometimes the previous owner might wrote it down on the owners manual but if not then you need to pull the radio out and get the serial number and call the dealer they will give you a code

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