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Radio intact, No faceplate

Recently purchased a 98 EX. Aftermarket in dash, original radio under dash but minus the faceplate. Do you know if I can get remotes and still reprogram them? Have read a few threads that indicate faceplate has to be there to press the button between the tape/cd to activate learning mode?

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Go to a junkyard and pull the face off another one , that should allow you to enter the relearn mode. as for the remotes, check Ebay... they have everything

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