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Need code for radio for 2001 honda accord

I had to install a new battery in my car and now the radio does not work. The VIN # is 1HGCG16571A012970. The Serial # of the radio is U1111L8945.

Thanks in advance for all your help. radio code for honda accord 2008 model, vin number JHMCP265XC002140

please help send to fmspec@yahoo.com

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