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Radio won't come on

Battery went dead, had it jumped don't have an owners manual, bought it preowned, radio needs a code i don't know. 2007 honda accord sedan

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When battery dies the radio deems this to be that someone is trying to steal it and it goes into anti-theft mode and disables itself u need to notify a dealer the codes are dealer issued because they are considered a part of the vehicles security system call the dealer first will explain how to retrieve the radio id number which is needed

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