Question about Car Audio & Video
My 04 honda pilot had to get a new battery, and after the new battery was placed, the radio doesn't work.
I got my code by calling the dealer that the Pilot was orginally bought from. I did this by going to https://www.ahm-ownerlink.com , which is the Honda Owner link and when I registered and put in my VIN # it told me where the car was sold from. Called the Dealers number and gave them the VIN and they pulled up the code for free. I see not all dealers will provide this free of charge. I hope this helps
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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