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No, the stereo unlock code cannot be retrieved with the VIN.
You can get the unlock code for free from any Honda Dealer. You will need to give them the stereo serial number from the back of the stereo or written on a card (or possibly the manual) provided when the vehicle was new. If the dealer removes the stereo to retrieve the serial number they will charge around $100.
DANGER: Do not try to enter the code randomly! The stereo will lock out after 10 incorrect attempts.
You'll need the serial number from the radio which may require you to take the stereo out of the car. Before you take the stereo out, while the ignition is off, press and hold the 1 & 6 on your deck. While holding the buttons turn the car on (make sure the deck is also on) it may flash two codes on the screen. If that's not the case, use a plastic tool to carefully pull the black plastic trim from around the stereo. Once that's off there will be a few screws to remove. Then write down the info from on top of the stereo (I like to take a picture). Call your local Honda Parts department. Give them the serial number and they will give you a code. Sometimes they will ask for prof of ownership.
If you are needing the Radio Code because the radio is asking you for "Code" then for your year of car you should be able to take the serial number off of your registration or from the dash or drivers side b pillar sticker and a dealership can run the "VEHICLE" serial number and should be able to give you the radio code to get the radio to work again. No radio removal required.
1990-93 Honda Accord Stereo Wiring
6 1/2" Doors
Left Front (+)
Left Front (-)
Right Front (+)
Right Front (-)
6 1/2" Rear Deck
Left Rear (+)
Left Rear (-)
Right Rear (+)
Right Rear (-)
Best of luck, Greg