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Need radio code honda accord 2002

Radio serial number 11271029

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  • redwinggirl Apr 26, 2009

    I recently purchased a 2002 accord myself. I have searched all these places to find the radio code, but to no avail. my serial number is 11193239 can anyone help me out w/ the code?

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Most Honda radio codes are located on a code card located in the glove box. This code card looks like a white credit card. I have also seen dealerships place the code on a label that can be placed on one of the sides of the glove box, in one of the door jams, in the trunk along the bottom of the rear package shelf or on the the trunk lid. Your stereo code is 62322.

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