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2001 honda civic

Just as everyone else, i had to change my battery unknowing of the anti- theft system. i have looked everywhere for my code and cannot find it. we bought it at a private party dealership and they do not have it either. we bought it pre-owned and it did not come with any stickers of any sort. please help!! :]

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Do you have the Owners Manual???? If so the Standard Codes are "0000" and "1234" Try entering these and see what you have.

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