Question about 1997 Acura CL
If you give them the serial number off the radio they should be ok with giving you the code. They are SERVICE and you have one of their expensive toys. It doesn't take a lot of time to "look things up", but it takes time to get the radio out. They sell little batteries to keep the "records" on the car from disappearing. You can try a smoke detector battery with a cigar lighter plug from a long gone cell phone charger. (neg./black to ground)
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
If the first owner wrote it down, you would not have had to be charged for a code.but the dealer is well within his rights to charge you for the time it took to retrieve the code for you,(it would cost more to replace the unit).take a lesson in business,the customer always pays.........all ways.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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