Question about 2003 Honda Accord
I had the same situation. I had the radio changed a few years ago when it went bad (manufacturer defect for this model year), so I was entering the wrong code. I looked around the ashtray and glove box and found a sticker that had been placed there by Honda personnel that had the new radio serial number and unlock code printed on it. It was also stuck to the second page of my owner's manual. If you can't find the sticker, you can go to, https://radio-navicode.honda.com, which has good instructions for finding the information for your radio that you will need. If you are the owner, you can supply the VIN, Zip code and phone number that is registered with Honda for the vehicle and get the unlock code electronically. You may be in a different situation, but I hope the info helps you get it resolved!
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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