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SOURCE: 2001 Honda Accord Radio Code

check your owners manual, should be on the last page/ back cover. or tr calling your local honda dealer.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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go to a Honda Dealership, head to the Customer Service desk and give them the VIN and tell them of your problem. they may be able to pull up the info for you even if you are not the original owner (they know Hondas last a long time and have many different owners). They should be able to help you out

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P1750 Solenoid Assembly Malfunction. The TCU is sending a fail signal to the ECU.
It's more like a transmission problem. Bad solenoid in the transmission.

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SOURCE: are all codes on 2001 honda accords radios value

NO.

The follow will work on stock non-Navi system.

==

Clean out your glove box.

Use a flashlight and look for a 5 digits sticker one the left side of the glove box (CLOSER to the radio) or under the truck.

Enter the code with KEY ON (not starting engine) position.

Write this number down on the owner's manual for future reference.

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NO.

The follow will work on stock non-Navi system.

==

Clean out your glove box.

Use a flashlight and look for a 5 digits sticker one the left side of the glove box (CLOSER to the radio) or under the truck.

Enter the code with KEY ON (not starting engine) position.

Write this number down on the owner's manual for future reference.

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check your owners manual, should be on the last page/ back cover. or tr calling your local honda dealer.

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