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  • cseanw May 11, 2010

    What was the code and was it a Honda or OBD II code? Also what model and year is the car? You may just need to pull a certain fuse or disconnect battery but will need to have radio code to use it again.



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I had this problem when I replaced the battery. The code is actually located inside your glove box. You have to look pretty carefully but its a 4 or 5 digit code. You enter it into the radio and wala!:) works again. Some models have to code in different local's you can google your car and find where to code is located. It took a minute to find online but be patient.:) Some one else has had the same problem. thats just for the radio. Ive heard that if turn your ignition to the second slot the one right before the car starts and leave it there until the check engine/oil light goes off. Do it ten times or so and it supposedly resets everything. Good luck!

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