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lost the manual?
no year car stated so , be hard for anyone to help.
no car stated either, is it 1954 suzuki?
that is because you have the wrong book
or the radio is after market, try posting photos of radio
there are 1000s of radios. (i repair them,,,,btw)
photos work, as does say, ah its a Kenwood, xyzzy123 rad.
one more, time( posted 10 times) the operators guide cover this. lost it>? it says, and i parahraze. 1: day one put the green code card in you dresser.. saved. 2: ask the radio your code, write it day1 in the operators manual (lost) 3: then it says, if lost,(not reading book) go to dealer with the radio serial number.
here it it is, 100 times more posted. http://justgivemethedamnmanual.com/honda/honda-cr-v-owners-manuals/
first you need to disconnect battery to stop it then reconnect it and try code again if you don't know it call the ford dealer with your vin number they will give it to you and tell you how to reset your radio.