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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
THE DEALER SHOULD BE ABLE TO TELL YOU BY THE VIN NUMBER IF THE CAE CAME WITH A FACTORY KEYLESS ENTERY THAN YOU CAN BUY THE REMOTE PAD AND PROGRAM IT
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
SOURCE: 2004 honda radio code
The dealer charges $60 for a duplicate key (with a chip in it). I wouldn't thing they would charge this for simply getting you the security coide to your readio.
The code normally comes on a separate document as does key codes or numbers. You could check the owner's manual to see if it was noted in there. (A bad idea.) Also check for a sticker inside your glove box. If that doesn't work then you need to remove the radio/CD player from the dash to get it's serial number from the back of it. Take that number with your VIN to a Honda dealer and they should be able to get your security code for you. They will likely ask for your driver's license & registration to prove you own the vehicle.
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
If you still have the factory radio, there is a way to split the power wire for the factory radio to the aftermarket radio. All you will need are the power and ground for your aftermarket radio, so the rest of the wires should be untouched on the plug for the factory radio. You can simply re-install the radio within the dash and retain the keyless entry as well as restoring your dome light function. Here's a PDF of some instructions. If you did not keep the radio, I would suggest looking online or ins ome junk yards, because it is needed. www.installdr.com/InstallDocs/Honda/PDF/466013.pdf
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
Without seeing it, I would guess that you have a problem with clean contacts. Especially in cars with smokers, the contacts of something like a fuse or a light bulb can become corroded just enough to stop the light from working. Wiggling it scrapes away the debris and allows for contact. I suggest that you take some steel wool and lightly scrub the contact points on both the light and the fixture. **Be sure to have all the doors closed so you dont short out the steel wool.** If you are concerned with the abrasive nature of the steel wool, a pencil eraser will sometimes work just as well. Either way, it just sounds dirty which is par for any car. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
The reset code for your radio is located in the glove compartment. There should be a small sticker on the inside of the compartment door, usually near the left side. The sticker has two sets of numbers printed on it. The number set with five digits is your reset code. Use the radio preset buttons to input the code. If done correctly, the radio should come on immediately and show the factory default presets.
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Posted on Dec 06, 2010
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