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The same thing has happened to me. I replace my battery yesterday, 2000 Honda Accord, now the radio needs a code and I don't want to take the whole radio out to get it! Has anyone had to get the code for a 2000 honda accord?? Help please?
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
You need to check the fuses in the underdash fuse box, fuse 5 is a 10 amp that is hot all the time. Fuse 32 is a 7.5 amp that is hot in run, or acc position. Also check fuse 7 in the underhood fuse box it is a 7.5amp. If all the fuses are good, the radio may have an internal failure.