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all fuse boxes, there is not just one;
and its marked RADIO.
radio will not work (what does that mean)
asking for code
display dead or not
or display works but all stations dead.
if 100%dead it can only be 3 things
1: fuse blow , i bet
2, wire cut to radio (called power B+)
3: the radio is dead, bench test it. ask
go on the net type in free radio codes when you selected a site, go to forums or questions type in
your make and the serial number of your and ask for the code, someone will answer you, it took me 10mins to get the code i needed
Are you sure you have the correct code? Look in the glove-box. There should be a small sticker, usually near the front left of of the compartment. There will be two sets of numbers. The number set with 5 digits is the correct code.
If you or someone else changed the radio, you'll have to contact the radio manufacturer with the radio model and serial numbers for the code.
You need to get the serial number off the sticker attached to the radio and nav. It will require pulling apart your dash. Call an Acura dealership with that serial number and they should be able to provide you the code. Or you can take it directly to the dealer but you will be charged labor.
there is a radio code you need but if the radio says only safe look in you manual for the instruction on how to put in code if you do not have the code anywhere then sadly enough the dealer is the only one that can get your code for you.
Did you recently have your battery changed or jumped because of failure? If you have the original owners manual for the car or if your lucky enough to have the owners manual for the radio, You may very well find the radio code hand written on the inside of either the front or rear cover of either manual. Othewise you've got to call the radio manufaturer. To enter the code just hit the nmbers in that you have found.
You have fallen into the same problem I did. When you change the battery on the newer vehicles it kills the security code in the radio. If you bought the car new, check your owners manual to see what the procedure is to reset it. You may have the code in the manual or you may have information on where to call etc.. If not go to the dealer and they can reset it for you, for a nominal fee. To prevent this get a plug in device from Wal Mart that goes in the 12 volt power outlet and has a nine volt battery in it. this prevents the code from being erased if you disconnect the battery.