Question about 2004 Honda Pilot
You will need to enter the CODE. You should have a card with the Radio Code to enter. Did you have the battery replaced? if so, thats why its on. Usually the radio doesnt ask for the code unless it loses battery power. Its a good idea to let us know the complete history, even if you dont think its important.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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2. Remove RADIO fuse from fuse box. Fuse will be number 17 and located at LH side of instrument panel.
3. Turn ignition from OFF to RUN 3 times within 5 seconds ending in the RUN position. Off is the position where you can remove your key and Run is the position shy of starting your vehicle (do not crank engine or start vehicle). Be sure you are turning the key from off to run quickly.
4. Doors will Lock and Unlock indicating entry into programming mode.
5. Hold Lock and Unlock at the same time on first remote for approximately 15 seconds. Vehicle will respond by locking and unlocking doors indicating successful programming.
6. Repeat step 5 for each additional remote including working remotes.
7. Switch ignition off. Replace RADIO fuse. Test all remotes.
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