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Honda ccivic 1.4 year2000 changed battery and lost radio code can you help

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Bro look in your glovebox-theres a few sets of numbers in there the one with 5 digits is your stereo code

Posted on May 03, 2009

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HOW CAN I GET THE CODE FOR MY 2006 HONDA CIVIC RADIO,IN CANADA


wow what a nice surprise,
a country stated, !!!
there are only 3 choices
  1. any dealer, or auto shop
  2. any keyshop (auto) brick or web (local here house calls $80 base+ parts
  3. or? try this online.
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or the hackers forum
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Lost the code to my radio when i had a flat battery on my peugeot 106


and acura -peugeot?
is this an engine swap,
no matter, if you lost the radio code , only the dealer can helpyou.
call them and ask ,its like #1 reason for phone bells.
if you go to honda.com , its all there , under help and service, read it.

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Radio stopped working on my 2003 honda odyssey


Most honda's radios had a theft deterent system that requires a 4 digit code to be entered after power to the system is lost. If you do not have a code setup, look in your owners manual, some had a factory set code to unlock and allow you to set your own code. If not, you may need to see a dealer as they would be the only ones I know that would have the capability to unlock it.

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If I replace my own battery in a 2006 Honda Accord. Is there any programming that gets lost and needs to be redone?


Get a memory saver from walmart for a few dollars or so. It plugs into the cigarette lighter and will prevent memory loss from changing the battery which will otherwise erase the radio codes and render the radio disabled for anti-theft reasons.

If your battery does die, and goes below a certain voltage, then go to the honda.com website and look under the 'owner's' section and follow the procedure for entering the radio code after you have supplied the website with the information from the owner of the vehicle.

Good luck on changing your battery without losing electronic device memory.

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Stereo serial number is m3g421011 for honda accord year2000


you have to prove this radio is yours.... by taking it to the dealer..

Aug 15, 2009 | 2000 Honda Accord

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On 2003 Honda Element: replaced battery


You need the radio code. To get it, bring the car to your honda dealer, they will pull the serial number and give you the code.

May 25, 2009 | 2003 Honda Element

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Honda radio code


either the radio code is wrong or you have locked the radio down you only have three attempts to enter the correct code if this is the case disconnect thenegative battery cable for 10 minutes then reconnect and try again. If the code is wrong the audio unit will have to be removed so you can get the serial number to give to the honda dealership so they can get the correct code

Jan 25, 2009 | 2002 Honda Accord

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Cannot use radio after battery change, I have the code,not workin


you can only try the code install 3 times before the radio locks up.
you will have to disconnect the battery for 10 seconds if that happens. the 5 digit code gets entered where the station select buttons are 1 2 3 4 5 6 enter the code there.

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CHANGED BATTERY AND LOST RADIO USAGE


sometimes the radio has a seperate small wire that goes to the battery it probably is disconnected also check the wiring that goes from the radio to the battery you may have disconnected or accidently broken a wire

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I need to reset my radio anti-theft code. Currently, when I press the radio buttons, (eg. number 1, it says, " code 1, press number 2, it says code 2.. and so on to number 6 button. I have the code...


This will fix it. I just did mine. You do NOT need to pull out your stero to get the Serial Number.

If you lost the code, you may retrieve it from https://radio-navicode.honda.com/

Jul 23, 2008 | 2004 Honda Civic

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