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I am in the process of purchasing a 1995 Honda Accord that apparently has to have the radio code reentered due to a dead battery. The vehicle has a salvaged title and I don't know who the previous owner was. What is the best (free) way to obtain the radio code? I am reading that these codes are located under the ash tray, in the clove box, etc. I don't have the car yet, so I cannot check.

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Pull the radio get the serial # from the bottom .Take proof of ownership to the dealer they can look it up.Will probably charge you15 bucks.Or email the serial numbr to me pedro2d@aol.com and I will give it to you in about two minutes.

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Salvage title ?? Get a car fax report on the car and contact the last several owners.. buy a different car.. you are just asking for a hard expensive time.

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