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1993 honda accord EX Anti-Theft code

I have lost the owners manual (No, I don't keep it in the glove box) and subsequesntly the code.
Does anyone know the master code that Honda claims that they have?

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Give me the serial number off the back of your radio and I will give you the code

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Just give the dealer a call and give them the VIN and they should be able to help you.

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