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I just had this happen today when I jump started my car due to leaving my head lights on. Call the honda dealership you got your car from, or if you bought it privately just call a honda dealership. They will tell you to press and hold the pre-set buttons 2 & 6 and it will give you a number, they will type it into their computer and they will be able to give you the code. You have to use the pre-set buttons on the radio to enter the code. That will fix the problem... If you already entered to many wrong codes it will not allow you to enter anymore... You will have to either wait an hour and then it will reset again and let you enter the code or you can disconnect the battery for 5-10 mins, reconnect it and then the radio will reset and ask you for the code again. Good luck guys!
If it's not on a little sticker in your glovebox, the turn the power off the radio,hold down buttons 1 and 6. A code should pop up w/a letter followed by four numbers. Don't let go cuz a second code will pop up. Write down both of these numbers and call your local Honda dealership and talk to someone in the service deptarment. They'll ask for the codes and then they can look it up and tell you your 5 digit radio code.
----- Error code radio Honda Civic 2007 -----
power on radio, when you see Error code 1 or 2 or 3 ..., power off the
radio, press the keys 6 and 1 at the same time, and power on, you'll see
the radio serial number, write down this S/N and call your dealer, give
him this S/N, he will give you the code (5 numbers), that's it that's
Just take the car to you local Honda dealership and they will provide you with the code. And its free. You have to go in the dealership with the car. if you call them they won't do it. They need to know that you are the actual owner of the vehicle and not someone that has stolen the radio and is now trying to get it to work in a different car.
On Hondas when power is not supplied to the radio it goes into a safe mode, this is to help prevent it from being stolen. You will need a code to input into your radio. If you call or visit your local dealership they can look up this code using your VIN, it is typically a 6 digit numerical code, you just use the preset buttons to enter it. If you bought the vehicle new you should have this number in some of your paperwork/manuals. Good day!
My owners manual had a plastic card iwith a code nside it when I purchased the vehicle. Apparently if your battery dies your radio will lock - like an anti-theft device. You need the code on the card you were given. I've been told that even Honda cannot replace the code for your radio - they're unique to every vehicle!
The code for the radio needs to be input.
the radio must have been disconnected from the battery.
look for the code on a card in the glove box.
if no card, then u have to pull the stereo out and get the serial #
to the dealership.