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I changed the new battery for my 2000 honda cr-v and my radio is not working and I think I need the code for it. this is my radio serial number: B00215049.Thank you .

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  • phongphilack Jun 02, 2009

    Thank you for replying . Yes , I call the dealer that I purchased this car from and gave them the radio serial number and they said that the number is invalided . What should I do next ? Thank you in advance.

  • phongphilack Jun 05, 2009

    Thank you every one for your feedback . I had to bring my car to the dealer and they gave me the code right away .I think they want to know if I really own the car. Now I am happy my radio is back to live again.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Radio codes are security related to discourage theft, so they are not published on the internet, if they were what would be the point?? any thief could ge the code after stealing your radio. Contact the dealer for instructions an what info u need to get your cars unique radio code.

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Yes you need the code. You'll have to contact your local dealer and ask them for the code, or take the car to them and they will do it.

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  • Eric Shephard Jun 04, 2009

    They are telling you the serial # is invalid? Did they tell you how to find the proper serial #, how many digits etc.?

    I did a little research and found a web site that will help. http://www.radio-code.com/Honda-Pay-Page...

    good luck

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