Honda told me i need a code..which might be in the glove box.but once i find this code what then....honda told me i have to bring it in and it would about 100.00.to do. i changed the battery and this is what caused this.it sounds like it should be a simple thing to rest if i just knew how...can anybody help me ..thanks
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The radio code should be on a white sticker inside the glove box... The code is also based on your vin number so if the sticker has been removed try the first 5numbers or the last 5 numbers of your vin
Each radio has its own unique code yous should be on a card in your glove box or in the owners manual if it is not there your local Honda dealer can get you the code but they need the serial number off the radio and if you did not buy it from them you may need proof of ownership.
Need to reenter the radio code, it's normally located in the glove box or behind the radio itself, once found you should have about 3 tries to enter the code, if more attempts are needed, disconnect the neg battery cable for 5 minutes and retry.
with the 1 and 6 held down on your presets turn on your radio and it should display your serial number to your radio write all that down and call your honda dealership then you should be able to get your code
also try looking under the ash tray in your vehicle by pulling it out cause some companies put the code there
I had the same issue with the radio code error lock on a 2005 CRV. I was unaware of the code procedure and had locked the radio in the "ERROR E" mode. I was able to unlock the radio by pulling the #9 back up fuse located in the fuse box in the engine compartment. This reset the radio to CODE which then allowed me to input the 5 digit number which I had in my glove box along with my owner's manual. I am happy to report I now have a working radio/ CD player.
The only way to get the code is giving the serial number off the radio to the loacl Honda dealer. They can then look it up through Honda's radio code database. If you remove the radio yourself, they might not charge to give you the code.