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I Cant find my radio code please help

I Just Bought this Car and everything is perfectl;y fine except i cant get the radio to work i tried everything and all the information i got for ya is this on the radio MIC402033 but other sites are telling me thats not the serial number i do see any more numbers but that please pleaseeee help!!
Its a 1997 Honda accord

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  • nixonmejia91 May 29, 2009

    i tried that already its not there and i also tried to contact the person that sold it to me but she forgot it so what to do now?

  • nixonmejia91 May 29, 2009

    thanks

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Same thing happened to me -- I went to my local Honda dealer & they gave me the 4-digit (if I remember correctly) code for my radio. I also wrote it in my car manual (the one that's usually found in a car's glove box), which has come in handy numerous times. Good luck! :)

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Check in the glove box, there may be a sticker in the glove box somewhere  or written down in the manuel. The other place that the sticker with the radio codes may be is in the inside of the fuse box cover. If you tried  numerouse of time and the radio has really lock up that it will not let you do anything, just disconnect the battery for a minute and reconnect it and try again. this should reset the radio for you to try the code again. 
Good luck and hope this helps, you can go on https://radio-navicode.honda.com or www.radio-code.com and some information can be found in www.carfax.com

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Have you looked in the glove box.  Normally honda puts the radio codes on a sticker in or around the glovebox area.  Try this.  If not you will have to take it to the honda dealer and have them get the serial number off the radio and get the code for you

Posted on May 29, 2009

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    auditech13 May 29, 2009

    Sorry forgot to tell you its a 5 numbers your looking for

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