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Free radio codes serial # U1111

I bought a used honda pilot and had to change the battery and I need the radio code

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Go online with the radio serials etc off the back, find a website selling codes, shop around for best price, enter your info, pay a couple bucks, get code

Posted on Nov 18, 2016

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SOURCE: battery died on my 2000 honda accord- need code

Sorry, there are virtually an infinite number of possible codes.
If an audio unit with theft protection is disconnected from electrical power, you must enter a unique code number into the unit or it will not work. This code and the audio unit’s serial number are listed on the anti-theft ID card that comes with the vehicle. If this card is lost, you must obtain the audio unit serial number in order to get the radio code (some people say that they have found the code on a sticker inside the glove compartment, but I wouldn’t count on that). Some newer vehicles allow you to retrieve the audio unit serial number electronically from the radio. Refer to your owner’s manual for the specific procedure (the following usually will work: Turn the radio off. Push the preset 1, preset 6, and power buttons at the same time, then quickly release.)
. Some older vehicles (model year 2003 and older) require a visit to the dealer in order to retrieve the audio unit serial number. Once you have the audio unit serial number, you can call Auto Customer Service at (800) 999-1009 or have the dealer look up the radio code.
I'm sorry I can't be more helpful than to let you know how to begin the process.

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

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SOURCE: need radio code for 2007 honda accord serial

HONDA do not make radios .They only affix their badge onto
radios made by the large manufacturers (ALPINE , BLAUPUNKT etc).

First try https://radio-navicode.honda.com/
If so , then if the above suggestion is not successful ,then unfortunately the code will not be available for free (or cheap ) from anywhere on the Internet.

Main Dealer or a Decoding Service only

Posted on May 29, 2010

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SOURCE: The battery of Honda pilot

You will have to get the code from a local Honda automotive dealership in your area . You will need the display code or serial number and proof of ownership for the vehicle before they will give you the proper unlock code for your radio .

Posted on Oct 16, 2010

SOURCE: free honda radio unlock code

You do realize radio codes are for security reasons?
You realize your asking the entire world if they know
your radios code?
Ask a dealer how you get that & install

Posted on Aug 10, 2013

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Need code for my radio in 2005 honda pilot


look for a small sticker inside the glove box or inside the owners manual.
If you cannot find it, pull the radio out and get the serial number off the unit, then contact a honda dealership service drive.

Tell them you changed the battery and need a code for the radio.
Have the radio serial number handy and maybe the VIN number from the suv.

They will give you a code to use.

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Need radio code with these numbers u1111 L4758


It would be unethical to give you that code without you showing proof of ownership. as a Honda owner, you can register with Honda on line, and getting your radio code is 1 of their services.

May 06, 2014 | 2005 Honda Pilot

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I need the code of a serial number 11121299


my guess, this is the RADIO (you never said what it was) serial number.
if you lost the radio code, you must go to honda dealer
with the radio code and get it.
the car cam new with a card, showing this number.
the operators guide,states, get the number from the radio
day one, or first time the battery goes (car bat) dead, the radio will lock out. its too late for that now , but do read the operators guides. they are free for all honda's . missing in glove box. ?

Sep 25, 2013 | 2003 Honda Pilot

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The battery of Honda pilot went dead on me and lost the radio code. The serial umber is 11147721. What is the radio code? Thanks


You will have to get the code from a local Honda automotive dealership in your area . You will need the display code or serial number and proof of ownership for the vehicle before they will give you the proper unlock code for your radio .

Oct 15, 2010 | 2007 Honda Pilot

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Don't Have my Radio Code for my Honda Pilot


You will need the radio serial number, hope you have it written down, otherwise it will need to be removed.
Go to this site...
www.radio-code.com for information

Jan 08, 2010 | 2007 Honda Pilot

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How can i get a radio code for a honda pilot? I am on the road and need it quickly if possible.


Any Honda dealer will be able to supply the code for your radio serial number matched with your vin # .
Check in your owners manual.....it may be written in there or it may be on a card in there.
Write it in the manual when you do get it from the dealer.......which is the only place you can get the code.

Oct 18, 2009 | 2003 Honda Pilot

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I need a radio code for my honda pilot 2003 s/n # 1137466


The radio code that you are looking for is also called the "Anti-theft" code.

Check the glove box of your car and look for a card that has the code. If you could not find a card, contact the dealer or manufacturer and give them the serial number of the radio.

They are the only one who could provide you that code, it's because the radio code is unique with every car radio. This is to make sure that the radio would be useless once stolen.

This usually happens once you disconnect or run out of battery or you change your starter.

Kindly contact the manufacturer for the code.

Have a great day!


Oct 14, 2009 | 2003 Honda Pilot

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Need the radio code for my 1999 honda accord. the radio will not play since my battery died. Bought the car 2nd hand and can't find the 5 number code anywhere


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FREE and EASY methods to get your Honda radio UNLOCK CODE. (Dealerships usually charge)

Assuming you don't have the Anti-Theft Code and Serial Number that is found on the credit card sized Anti-Theft Radio Identification Card that comes with the vehicle at the time of purchase and is usually found in the glove compartment....

You have FREE options to retrieve that code by phone or on the internet BUT, the RADIO SERIAL NUMBER is REQUIRED (no matter what). (see bottom about removing ERROR E3)

***IF your Honda was made BEFORE 2001 the serial number MAY not be accessible without removing the radio from the vehicle.***

* TO GET THE SERIAL NUMBER (so that you can get the unlock code)

1. Get something to write with and on (you'll need it to write down the serial number)
2. Put the ingnition key in and turn it until your able to turn your radio on (accessories position).
3. Then turn your radio OFF by it's knob/button (but leave the ingition key in place).
4. Hold down the preset buttons 1 and 6 at the same time.
5. Turn the radio on while pressing down both the 1 and 6 buttons.(***IF your Honda doesn't have preset buttons on the radio then hold down the top part of the 'Seek/Skip' button AND the top part of the 'Change Disk' button instead.*** )
6. Write down the 4 numbers you see first and then 4 more that display. These eight numbers are the SERIAL NUMBER. This is NOT your CODE.
7. Make sure your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) is handy to get the unlock code. (can be found on your insurance card, driver's side door jam, small plate on dashboard by registration and inspection stickers, etc)

* TO GET THE UNLOCK CODE (using the radio Serial Number and VIN)

---Internet option:

1. Go to https://radio-navicode.honda.com/ (YES, it's run BY HONDA and IT'S FREE)
2. Follow on screen instructions (Serial Number and VIN required)
3. Type in the 5 digit code into your radio. This will unlock the radio and return it to a functional state.

-OR-

---Telephone option:

1. Call American Honda Customer Relations (800) 999-1009
2. When the automated message starts 'Press 3' for 'Radio and Navigation Codes'.
3. Tell the Customer Service Agent you need your radio code. (They will ask for your name, your radio's serial number, VIN, etc)
4. When they give you your radio unlock code--WRITE IT DOWN and KEEP IT SAFE!
5. Type in the 5 digit code into your radio. This will unlock the radio and return it to a functional state.

* REMOVING ERROR E3

****If you entered too many wrong codes and got an ERROR E3 message displaying you'll need to do an additional step for even the correct unlock code to work.****

Disconnect your negative battery terminal (or pull the radio fuse out if that's easier for you) for 30 seconds then reconnect it and then the radio will say "CODE" again and you can put in your correct unlock code.

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So what happened to begin with?
See also: http://automobiles.honda.com/information/frequently-asked-questions.aspx?Question=2

If the power from your battery to the Honda radio is interrupted the Anti-Theft feature kicks in, the radio is rendered inoperable and the screen reads 'CODE'. You must enter in the Anti-Theft Radio Unlock Code (usually 5 digits) to make it operational again. You know that much by now.

Sep 07, 2009 | 1999 Honda Accord

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Honda radio codes I have just bought a used Honda CR-V in the Caribbean, and need to change a few things, removed battery and cd player died. I cannot find the sticker anywhere with the code and do not...


Don't post your s/n & vin online!!

FREE and EASY methods to get your Honda radio UNLOCK CODE. (Dealerships usually charge)

Assuming you don't have the Anti-Theft Code and Serial Number that is found on the credit card sized Anti-Theft Radio Identification Card that comes with the vehicle at the time of purchase and is usually found in the glove compartment....

You have FREE options to retrieve that code by phone or on the internet BUT, the RADIO SERIAL NUMBER is REQUIRED (no matter what). (see bottom about removing ERROR E3)

***IF your Honda was made BEFORE 2001 the serial number MAY not be accessible without removing the radio from the vehicle.***

* TO GET THE SERIAL NUMBER (so that you can get the unlock code)

1. Get something to write with and on (you'll need it to write down the serial number)
2. Put the ingnition key in and turn it until your able to turn your radio on (accessories position).
3. Then turn your radio OFF by it's knob/button (but leave the ingition key in place).
4. Hold down the preset buttons 1 and 6 at the same time.
5. Turn the radio on while pressing down both the 1 and 6 buttons.(***IF your Honda doesn't have preset buttons on the radio then hold down the top part of the 'Seek/Skip' button AND the top part of the 'Change Disk' button instead.*** )
6. Write down the 4 numbers you see first and then 4 more that display. These eight numbers are the SERIAL NUMBER. This is NOT your CODE.
7. Make sure your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) is handy to get the unlock code. (can be found on your insurance card, driver's side door jam, small plate on dashboard by registration and inspection stickers, etc)

* TO GET THE UNLOCK CODE (using the radio Serial Number and VIN)

---Internet option:

1. Go to https://radio-navicode.honda.com/ (YES, it's run BY HONDA and IT'S FREE)
2. Follow on screen instructions (Serial Number and VIN required)
3. Type in the 5 digit code into your radio. This will unlock the radio and return it to a functional state.

-OR-

---Telephone option:

1. Call American Honda Customer Relations (800) 999-1009
2. When the automated message starts 'Press 3' for 'Radio and Navigation Codes'.
3. Tell the Customer Service Agent you need your radio code. (They will ask for your name, your radio's serial number, VIN, etc)
4. When they give you your radio unlock code--WRITE IT DOWN and KEEP IT SAFE!
5. Type in the 5 digit code into your radio. This will unlock the radio and return it to a functional state.

* REMOVING ERROR E3

****If you entered too many wrong codes and got an ERROR E3 message displaying you'll need to do an additional step for even the correct unlock code to work.****

Disconnect your negative battery terminal (or pull the radio fuse out if that's easier for you) for 30 seconds then reconnect it and then the radio will say "CODE" again and you can put in your correct unlock code.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
So what happened to begin with?
See also: http://automobiles.honda.com/information/frequently-asked-questions.aspx?Question=2

If the power from your battery to the Honda radio is interrupted the Anti-Theft feature kicks in, the radio is rendered inoperable and the screen reads 'CODE'. You must enter in the Anti-Theft Radio Unlock Code (usually 5 digits) to make it operational again. You know that much by now.

May 30, 2009 | 2004 Honda CR-V

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Radio code for 2003 honda pilot, and reset for maintanence light


There is a little fuse box to the left of the steering wheel with a cover over it. When you take off the cover on the under side of the cover there is a big number (like big font size) printed on a piece of paper. It like 5 or 6 digits long and obviosly numbers that can go into your stereo, like 1-6. If you type it in and it works it will make a beeping sound.

If that doesnt help, call your local Honda dealership and get the code from them. You can also obtain a user manual. All the needed info can be found on this page:
http://automobiles.honda.com/information/owner-resources.aspx

Jul 01, 2008 | 2003 Honda Pilot

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