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Re: HONDA RADIO CODE FOR 2003 CIVIC
If you go t radio-code.com you cant enter information on it to retrieve your code. You can also check in the owners manual under the radio section and see if there is a card there. also you can give your local honda dealer a call and give them your vin number and they can look it up. hope it helps
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you will need to contact the dealer. You will need your VIN # and the serial number off the back of the stereo. Without these 2 numbers it will be difficult to get the factory code. You can however remove that unit and get a new unit installed from just about anywhere. Radio and installation should be under 150 installed correctly.
i have attached a link to a honda website that you can use to get the code that you need, or you can go to any honda/acura dealer with the serial # and proof of ownership(insurance card with vin#) they will give you the code that the dealer originally set. it will not work if you or someone else has change the code from the original,
If the code is not written on the radio casing or inside the glove compartment,in or under the ashtray,behind the sun visor (or similar place inside your car ) then the majority of HONDA codes are only available from here https://radio-navicode.honda.com
You will require the car VIN number and Radio serial Number
If they cannot provide your code then you will have to try your HONDA Main Dealer .....or a Decode Service who will plug in a laptop to read/recode the memory chip (EEPROM)
you can take that serial # to the dealer with proof of ownership and they will give you the code for it. that is if it hasn't been changed by someone after the dealer set it.. or you can try this website.
Radio security codes from the factory are always included with the owner's manual. Many new car buyers remove the "code cards" and/or owner's manuals for whatever reason, and are lost forever. The only alternative is to contact a Honda dealer and provide VIN number and possibly the serial number from the radio itself (located on the bottom of the unit).
have you disconected the battery for half hour or so this oftern resets the lock code but you normally only have 3 chances before it locks out again. if not also post your radio serial number and model number and i will be able to clarify your code.
The dealer wants the $30 to remove the radio to determine the serial number from the radio. Remove the radio yourself (quite easy to do - two philips screws at the bottom of the facia, it pops off, then four 7/32 machine screws holding the radio bracket and out it slides), then drive to the dealer in the vehicle the radio came out of. The service department will give you the code when you show them your registration and show them the radio itself so they can read the serial number.