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I constantly read frequent requests for RADIO CODES referring to the disconnection of battery power ( whether its for changing the battery, etc.) and the radio is nowINOP. Here is a simple way to save radio codes, radio stations, clock time and computer settings. Purchase from an auto parts dealer, a 9 volt battery powered lighter socketconnector. Plug into lighter, do your battery work, After work is completed, disconnect, and radio will work as before. Unit will cost less than 20.00 and well worth it.
It is only available at a Ford Dealership...Give them your VIN Number & they will give you the code...There is a charge for this service...Now, if you lost battery because you changed or disconnected battery you can avoid this happening in the future...Take a 9 volt battery...Remove the snap top from an old smoke detector...Solder the + lead to positive of cigar lighter plug and - lead to negative of cigar lighter plug...snap on 9 volt battery and plug into lighter BEFORE disconnecting car battery...The 9 volt battery will hold radio up while car battery is disconnected...saailer
Most american vehicles have an accessory fuse( labe ACCl) that operates the Cig lighter, the radio and some dash lights. If your radio is not working, ask yourself if it happened after you had the battery disconnected for longer than 30 minutes, say changing battery or taken out to check the voltage on or to charge out side the car. If so, then you may have a theft deterrent radi. That is where a small chip inside the radio. has the program to operate your radio. If the battery is disconnected for longer than 30 minutes, then that chip forgets it's programming and the radio will not operate. Thus theft deterrent. The catch to this is that you have to take it to a dealer to have it re-programmed as they are the only ones who have the equipment to do the job.
Some radios have an antitheft feature bulit in. When the power is disconnected (like in replacing a battery or if the radio was stolen from a car) then you have to enter a code to activate it. Call the dealer and ask if they can help you with the code and proceedures. Your owner's manual should have the proceedure listed in it but the code should have been in the papers that cae with your car when it was new. Again the dealer is your best bet. They will need your vehicle VIN and maybe even the radio serial number
You have to call a dealer and get the phone # for Honda to unlock. Then need to pull the radi and give them the # that is on top or bottom of the radio and they will give you a master code to enter and unlock.