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My son had a dead battery on a 2007 honda accord and after AAA started the car he was unable to reset to codes for door gps and radio with the existing code on the card with the car. He bought it used last year. What options does he have?

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He will need to have a dealership mechanic reset the codes. Unfortunately, in some cases, jump starting a dead battery will scramble codes.

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