Question about 2000 Acura Integra
My battery died on the car and now the stereo is saying code on it. where do i find the code
It comes with the factory manual.... you maybe can ask a acura dealer for a code for free..... but mine was a 5 number code.. it actually came on a creditcard like thing
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
Go to a mechanic they fix it in a minute.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
Modern stereos have an inbuilt security code which is there to prevent theft and damage to your car.. If you remove the continuous supply from the radio ( by any means which includes a discharged battery) then the radio will not function until the correct security code has been entered. BE WARNED, some radios will only give you a limited number of attempts at entering this code. If you use up those attempts then the radio will be permanently disabled and may have to be returned to its manufacturer to have the code cleared, this can be very expensive. Check your vehicle documentation to see if the code is given, it may be on a small card ( like a paper credit card) and the manual for the radio will tell you how to enter the code. Follow the manual to enter the code and if you do everything correctly, the radio will spring to life. If you do not have the code, take the vehicle and all your ownership documents and your own ID to the dealership as they will need proof of ownership and your ID to give you the code. Some dealerships will only post the code to you so be prepared for a wait. There is no method of circumventing this security so get the correct code and follow the manual for entering it..
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
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