Hi my name is mohsin.other day,my 2004 honda pilot was disconnected due to broken battery cable.after i fixed the cable,i realised radio was not working.everytime i turn on radio,'Err1' sign shows up.I guess i need radio code.Please anyone tel me what is the code.I will be appriciated.Thank you.
I held down preset 1 and 6 while turning on the radio. The display then said "CODE." I punched in the 4-digit code (found on the side of the passenger side glove box) using the preset buttons, and viola! the stereo came back on.
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Turn the key to on, turn on the radio, use the preset keys to enter your 5 digit radio code. If it will not let you enter the code, you may have tried too many times which will lock the radio. To fix this, disconnect your battery cables and let it sit for 1 minute, then reconnect them and try the code again.
IF YOU BOUGHT NEW THERE IS A CARD WITH THE CODE ON IT WITH YOUR OWNERS MANUEL IF NOT THERE YOU'LL NEED TO TAKE IT TO YOUR DEALER. THEY WILL PULL THE RADIO AND GET SER.# CALL IN AND GET THR CODE. THEN YOU PUNCH IT IN USING THE PRESET BUTTONS.
The only way to get a code for the radio is to go to a Honda Dealership and talk the the guys in the service department, It may cost to get the code, in Australia now most dealerships charge between $20 and $50 to ge the code for you.
Method for all Honda/Acura vehicles except '03-'07 Accords with navigation
1. The code is five digits, which will correspond to the radio
station preset buttons that are numbered 1 through 6. 2. While the radio's
display is showing COdE, punch each preset button once, IN THE ORDER
GIVEN. Example: Code is 62531. Hit the right-hand (6th) button first, then
the 2nd from left, then the 5th from left, and so on. 3. If you have done the
order correctly, the radio should start working after the last digit has been
entered. If it does not, then you have made a mistake. You may try up to ten
times (only three times on some models!), after which the radio will lock up and
you need to then either disconnect the car's battery or wait one hour before
trying again. If you disconnect the battery, disconnect both cables from the
battery, then touch the cable ends together. Some radios have capacitors that
will keep the memory alive for up to ten minutes. Touching the cable ends
together will discharge the capacitors. 4. If you make a mistake in code
entry part way through, CONTINUE entering ALL digits of the sequence of five,
even if they are just random! You MUST finish the sequence of five in order for
the radio to allow you to restart the sequence. or you can go to a honda dealer for instructions on how to reset radio. have a good day !!
Need to reenter the radio code, it's normally located in the glove box or behind the radio itself, once found you should have about 3 tries to enter the code, if more attempts are needed, disconnect the neg battery cable for 5 minutes and retry.
The only way to get the code for your radio is from the Honda dealer. It keeps the crooks from stealing and selling it!
All you have to do is stop by the Honda dealer service department, have the VIN number of your Honda and they can look up your radio code for you!