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Need re-enter the LOCK CODE to activated again; this number code is in the lasts pages from the owners manual. If you dont have this cide, need visit your delaer with the VIN car and ask for this (sometimes, need to ay for this service).
If your battery goes flat or you disconnected the car battery, your car stereo anti-theft security system will be activated: you need to consult your car/radio user manual to remove this lock and will need the correct security code.
Hope it helps: please let me know how you go!
This is to inform you that no one could provide you the code that you need. That code is also called the 'Anti-theft' code which is unique with every car stereo.
You need to check the glove box that's in your car and look for a card. That card should carry the anti-theft code for your stereo.
If you could not find it, you need to pull out the stereo and get the serial number of the stereo on the side of it. Then call the car dealer or the manufacturer. They are the only one who could provide you the unique code for your stereo.
You would get this problem once the battery run out of charge, once the battery has been removed or once you change your alternator.
Your stereo may have a security code that needs to be entered whenever the radio is disconnecred from the battery. It's an anti-theft device that makes the radio worthless to theives (even though nobody would steal a factory radio but, I digress...).
Have a look through all of the documentation for your van, owners manual, any additional pamphelts, etc. There may be one for the radio that should contain the reset code.
You must go through your local honda dealer, (usually parts department) give them the numbers off the labels on the radio, along with the VIN number of the car. may have to prove ownership. They can call Honda and get that information for you. Process is alot easier if you someone that works in the parts department, if not the honda parts department, then another parts department at another car dealer.
yes there is a code... first remove the stereo and look for the serialnumber,,, then take the serial number to ur local honda dealer with ur registration and i.d and they should be able to get u the code..if u cant figure out how to remove the radio, the dealer can do it for a fee and will supply u the code.. or u can remove it urself and email me the code at email@example.com and ill get the code for ya...the serial number is on the back of the radio( white label)
umm... please explain what the problem is...most honda stock stereos have a code the needs to be entered before you can use the stereo...which the original owner was given. if you pull the battery cable off...the stereo lost power..therefore it needs the code re-entered...otherwise your gonna have to make your own music. you can install an after-market stereo as well to solve your problems if you cant get the code from Honda or the past owner(s) hope this helps.
Hello! If you pop along to your Mazda Dealership with Log book/Title proof of ownership and identification they'll be only too glad to supply you the code for a fee? Press the Blue Button please to appraise my FREE! Effort. Thank You! Paul 'W' U.K.