The battery was disconnected for about 2 months while i was away. i reconnected it and tried to enter the code to start the sound system, but get an error message. is there a way to deal with this?
Is the system after market or the factory system?
There is however a little trick that most likely will work for you: Remove the sides of the trim along the drivers side to access the back of the radio, then unplug the antenna, enter the radio code, then plug the antenna back in. If your care is still under warranty and you prefer to have it done at the dealer, there shouldn't be a problem, otherwise if you don't, you might want to be very nice as they usually charge $190+ to do this.
Otherwise you'll have to call the dealer to get the activation code.. in order to get the correct serial you'll need to pry off the right side molding along the center console (the wood/marble grain looking accent molding) and up near the radio side was a sticker with a serial number on it. Call any acura dealer, give them the serial number and they give you the code.
Note: Sometimes the Radio and the navigation codes are written down on the fuse box cover, the under the hood. Just lift the cover and look below to see if it's there.
Dec 22, 2009 |
2003 Acura 3.2TL