I just purchased a used honda civic from a dealer and the radio doesn't work. I've visited many sites saying that there is a five digit code located on a sticker in such in such a place in the car. (inside glove box, hood of the car, passenger door, etc.) i have yet to find a sticker with a unlock code for my radio, and i would much rather not pay $80 to recieve a code. If you could help me out i would MUCH appreciate it...a car is lonely with no music.
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Try to locate the unique code number that will unlock the theft-protected audio system on your 2003 Honda Civic. It probably was imprinted on an anti-theft identification card that you should have received when you acquired the car. The code was printed on a document that came with your owner's manual packet
If you do not have the code, you will need to track down the audio system's serial number. In the case of the 2003 Honda Civic, finding the serial number may require seeking assistance from a Honda dealer. The dealer should be able to determine the audio system's special code number so you can reset the radio. With some newer Honda Civic models, the serial number can be retrieved electronically from the radio.
If you are able to locate the serial number of your 2003 Honda Civic's audio system without a dealer's assistance, you can obtain the special code by going online to the Honda Web site. You must first provide specific information to prove you own the car. For instance, you will need the Civic's vehicle identification number, or VIN, and the audio system's serial number.
When you know what the audio system's special code number is, use the preset buttons on the car radio to punch in the digits. This should reset the audio system, enabling you to resume using the radio and the CD player.
Read more: How to Reset Radio Information on a 2003 Honda Civic ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_6056947_reset-information-2003-honda-civic.html#ixzz1FGPZq81d
Hello you will need to visit the Honda dealer ship each Radio CD player code is different with each car has a separate serial number so .So go to Dealer ship produce the owner ship and they will help you with the unlock code for a fee.
many peolple and parts store sales persons as well. they should have used a memory saver.you need to break out your manual on audio.the code should be there, if you don't have one you can call the honda dealer with your vin number explain your problem and they will give you the code.
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visit the website below https://radio-navicode.honda.com
If they cannot provide
your code then you will have to try your HONDA Main Dealer or a Decode Service who
will plug it into a laptop and electronically read/recode the memory chip