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1994 Honda Accord radio does not accept code written on card.

Just bought a 1994 Honda Accord EX. Good shape. We installed a new battery in it. It needs the code entered into the burglar proof system in order for the radio to come on. Have tried entering the code numerous times. Yes the radio is turned on as well as the car. What can I do to have a working radio in my car?

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Since there were many different codes for this, The easiest way is to call the Local Dealership and ask for the Parts Desk, They have all of the Codes right there and can actually look your up by Entering your VIN Number.

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Are you certain your entering the correct code?

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You may need to leave radio on for an hour before trying to enter code again. Radio needs to reset after three failed attempts

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