Question about 2003 Honda CR-V
My battery died in my car and once we got it started, my radio was showing an error message. I have a honda crv 2003
Hopefully, there is still a Anti-Theft Radio Identification Card in your glove box or with the Owner's Manual.
The five digit number has to be punched into the radio using the preset numbers on the radio. If you make a mistake punching in the numbers do not stop. Complete the 5 digit code even if it is wrong. Then try punching in the correct code again. Even if "CODE" is still displayed after you enter the correct code, input the code again. You'll have about 10 tries to do this and then if you still can't put in the correct code, you'll have to sit it out for about an hour before you can try again.
No card? Snoop around the car -- glove box, storage unit under the seat, all the papers relating to your car etc. to see if there is something with a 5 digit code.
Failing that, then you have to get the serial number off the back of the radio which means having to take the trim panels off etc. and then contacting your Honda dealer with the radio serial number.
Before you resort to that, give them a call first and see if your VIN number will enable them to come up with a code for you.
Hope this helps.
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