Question about Car Audio & Video
OK. Need more information. Think about it. I need a code for my radio. What radio? What brand? What model??? Get the pictre??? Here's a bonus for you. You can't get it. Codes are for thft reasons. If you can't remember the code you put in, or whoever put it in, then send it back to the factory. So there are no suprises, if the radio is stolen, and the owner reported it, you "may" not be able to get it back so be careful.
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Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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on Sep 15, 2010 | Honda Accord Cars & Trucks
1. First, you need make sure your stereo is off, then hold down the 1st & 6th preset buttons for the radio while turning the stereo back on.
2. A batch of 8 numbers (your stereo's serial code) will appear for about 20 seconds. Write them down.
3. Contact your local honda dealer and let them know you need the 5-digit code to unlock your stereo and then give them the 8-digit serial code you got from the 2nd step. They will give you the 5-digit code that you can then enter into the stereo by again turning on the stereo and pushing the according preset buttons.
4. The stereo will give you 10 tries before it locks you out as a saftey feature and then you will have to wait an hour or disconnect the battery and try again. Hopefully you can enter the code in fewer than 10 tries anyway.
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