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Security Code? My son has a 2001 Accord in which some body work was completed and they disconnected the battery. Now that we have the car back we have the display showing a security number which we have never seen before. Is there a solution?

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It is an anti-thieft feature so the radio becomes worthless if it is stolen from the car. If you take your car to the dealer they can reset the radio. You will usually only need the registration from the car. They will usually charge a standard fee so call around for the best deal. The work will take approx. 30 seconds.

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