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Hi The car is looking for you to enter the security (anti-theft) code for the radio. If power is removed (battery disconnected), radio assumes it has been taken from the car and protects itself by means of security code. You should have a small ( credit card size ) security card with the radio code written on it. The instructions for entering the code is in your owners manual.
I've seen this before. It is a security feature. You should be able to reset it by entering the radio code. Look in your owner's manual in the radio section for the code and possibly instructions to put it in. If you can't do this, the dealer can give you the code but they will have to pull your radio out to check the serial number and to get the code. Be sure to write it down for the future. Best of luck!
if u put in the wrong code to many times or entered it wrong and it security locked out[SEC] dealer needs to hook up to vehicle to reset the security lockout before u can reset the radio with the correct code
Your radio believes that it has been stolen out of the car since battery power was lost to it (as a result of the car battery going dead). There should be instructions in the user manual on how to reset the radio.
I had the same issue with the radio code error lock on a 2005 CRV. I was unaware of the code procedure and had locked the radio in the "ERROR E" mode. I was able to unlock the radio by pulling the #9 back up fuse located in the fuse box in the engine compartment. This reset the radio to CODE which then allowed me to input the 5 digit number which I had in my glove box along with my owner's manual. I am happy to report I now have a working radio/ CD player.