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I have the code for my 2007 Honda, and keep trying to put it into the radio but will not accept it. I know this is the right code because it happened 2 months ago and the code worked. What is the procedure again?

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Remove the back up fuse from your underhoodfuse block.wait a few minutes reinstall the fuse then enter your code

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"I just had this happen to me so I thought maybe I could spare someone else a silent car.
I bought an 04 Odyssey EX as a cerified pre-owned a few days back. It has an anti theft radio. The dealership, in its infinite wisdom, put in a new battery but did not back up enough power to keep the code in the radio and then could not find the code! Despite their promises to the contrary they did not call to report my fix. So I called the service department instead. Good move.
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