If you are referring to the four digit access code for the Navigation system, the code is located on a label on the exterior left side of the glove box. Enter the access code using the touch screen when prompted by the system.
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You will need the serial number from the radio. An Acura dealer can cross check the number on the radio and give you this code. I have personally had to do this on several occassions. Find a local dealer, Ask for someone in the parts department. They are usually very helpful if you explain your situation to them.. Best of Luck..
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err-3 means you have entered incorrect anti-theft radio code more that three times.If you do not have radio code you can most of the time find the code card tucked away in the owners manual pouch.(looks like a bussiness card)If you are unable to find card you would have to pull radio from dash and retrive stereo serial number,which is on bottom side of radio.once you have s/n you can take s/n to any acura dealership(has to be a dealer)and they can get radio code for that stereo through Honda Corp.once you have correct radio code you will need to first unplug radio,or disconnect battery to reset radio memory,then type in radio code.again if entered incorrectly 3x ,radio would need to be reset again too clear error codes.good luck!
I had the same problem. You can call any Acura dealer and tell them you are traveling out of town and you need them to look up your radio code. I live in Cleveland, and our dealerships were closed for the day. I called California, where the time zone is 3 hours behind and told them what I told you to say, and they looked up the code and gave it to me immeditley!
Turn the ignition ON (The radio displays LOC)
2.Press and hold presets buttons 2 & 3 or 1 & 4 for approximately 10 seconds. 3.The radio display changes from LOC to a three-digit number. Write this number down. 4.Don’t take long, fifteen seconds max before the next step. 5.Press the AM/FM button 6.The radio display changes to another three-digit number. Write this number to the right of the first one. 7.You now have a six or four-digit number, the first three digits are from STEP 3 and the last three digits are from STEP 5 8 If you have a four digit number, it will show all four digits at the same time. Example 4523
do this and let me know the code and i will call gm and get your code in the morning
I had the same problem recently with a 2000 acura 3.2tl. I found the code on the bottom side of my hood. I read somewhere that it may be on the underside of the fuse box under the hood but it wasn't. There is a label on the underside of the hood just look for the 5 digit code that all the numbers are under 6 and that should be it, thats how mine was at least.