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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Honda CRV 2002
Please see the following article posted here.
It explains where to find the code on your vehicle. It is on a white sticker "somewhere" in or on your vehicle. This could be as simple as the glovebox door, to the engine compartment to the inside of the center console.
It is a 5 digit code.
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
SOURCE: Honda CRV Radio Code Error
My car (2005 Honda CRV) was shipped overseas and the radio asked for a code. After several tries, I searched the internet for a solution. Apparently Honda now allows you to obtain the code through their provided website. You will need the VIN #, the phone number and zip code that is on file when you purchased the car. Our car was purchased used and did not come with a manual. When I went to enter the code in I had already entered too many tries, now it reads ERROR E.
However, even before having the code (as well as now that it reads ERROR E) I can get the radio working. Push in preset buttons 1 and 6 and push in the power button simultaneously. A long number appears - at that point I pushed preset button 2 and the radio operated normally. Unfortunately, I do need to do this each time I turn the radio on.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
The procedure for mostly all Honda CRVs are the same as follows:
1) Turn off your radio with the ignition switch turned on.
2) Press #1 and #6 on your radio simultaneously. While holding these numbers pressed in, turn on the radio and watch the console on the radio. It will display two sets of numbers which will switch back and forth like U251 1 and L362 2. Take these numbers down and call any Honda dealer with them. With these numbers, any Honda dealer will be able to get you the code. If you are lucky they may not charge you but it will be worth a small fee.
The dealer will give you a number like 42351 or so. Turn your ignition off and enter these numbers - then turn your ignition back on and your radio should come on. Keep fiddling with this procedure until you hit it right.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
HONDA codes are not readily available from anywhere on the Internet apart from here
You will have to quote the car`s VIN number + other details.
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 (EEPROM)
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
SOURCE: my battery went dead on
The serial number does not help. Sorry to said but due to the power failure of the battery the system reset himself. You have to go to a technician (either Honda or cd changer's brand name) in order to get it back to normal operating state.
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Posted on Aug 07, 2011
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