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Re: 2001 Honda Odyssey navigation system code
Check the inside of the glove compartment first put in code and hit power button/ If there is not one go to the service drive of any Honda dealer and they will get the code and put it in for you/ Please rrate my response Thank you very much
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The code number is different for all Hondas. There should be a credit card
sized piece of plastic with the owner's manual with the number on it.
If not, have your Honda dealer contact HONDA with the vehicle
identification number (vin) to get the code. Write it down and keep it
safe. You'll need it each time the battery is disconnected or you lose
power for some reason. It's the anti-theft component of the sound system.
Some dealers record the number where you can find it, such as inside
the glove box, or inside the trunk overhead. It's a 5 digit number. Good
If it is not in the owner's manual normally hand written by the dealer sales rep or alike, then you will normally have to get it from a dealer. You may be able to call out and give them the vin number and other information and get the code, but for the most part you may have to get an appointment and get it serviced.
It means the computer has found a problem. Sometimes it is just an error and if you disconnect the battery for five minutes then reconnect the battery it will reset. If after driving the vechicle for about 50-100 miles the "check engine" light illuminates again go to your local auto parts store and ask them to check it. Most of them will check it at no charge and tell you what the code is & what it means. Autozone stores are one that always does this for free.
The Odyssey has notorious bad transmissions from 2000-2003. You will not get anything on a trade, the trans can be fixed for about $2k. If everything else on the van still works and you like it, figure you bought it again for $2k. I changen my wife's Odyssey trans at 175K miles for $2k and she is happy so therefore I am happy too :-)