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If its the OEM radio, you should be able to google it and find the solution. Some CRV's have a sticker on the side of the glove box with 5 digit number on them (visible when it's open). Also on some Honda's there is a sequence I remember seeing on youtube that will show the code on the radio. Get the number and then follow the instructions in the manual to reset it. Worst case scenario, there is a way you can get the radio ID number and then call the dealer with that number and they can give you the code. Nice Honda dealers will do this for free.
hi. there should be a small hole just around the outside of the CD cassette. a paperclip, or similar in this hole will operate the manual release for the cassette. you should then be able to work the cassette out gently. if the cd is jammed any furter into the machine, then you may have to dismantle the entire player to remove the cd. hope this helps
Look on the side of the glove compartment, there is a sticker with numbers, that is your code. In general, the number from 1 to 6, so you simply enter your code by using the existing buttons.Hope this help.