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website below https://radio-navicode.honda.com
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)
Radio 12V- white/yellow Radio Ground black Radio Ignition yellow/red Left Front Speaker (+/-) blue/green - gray/black Right Front Speaker (+/-) red/green - brown/black Left Rear Speaker (+/-) blue/yellow - gray/white Right Rear Speaker (+/-) red/yellow - brown/white
check radio surround to make sure it is not the wrong way around. This is just the plastic trim around the actual face of the radio. On a pioneer one side is grooved down to alow radio display to open. if its wrong way round it wont let face down whole way. it simply clicks off and turns around.