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I'm sorry, but the 1995 Honda Odyssey and later, uses a radio code as an anti-theft measure to help prevent crooks from stealing your radio and using it. All Odyssey radios have a unique radio unlock code that is only available from your Honda dealership. If you disconnect the battery and then reconnect it, you will need to enter this code before you can use your radio.

Also, all of the presets on your radio will be cleared and you'll have to reenter them again. If you have lost your factory radio code, you'll need to have a Honda dealer reset the radio for you.

1. Press "power" on the Odyssey's radio panel.
2. Wait for the word "CODE" to appear on the radio's display.
3. Punch in the numeric radio code on the radio's number pad

Called or visit with the VIN number (sometimes you need to pay for this info).

Hop helps.

Posted on Aug 20, 2010

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