Question about OEM Systems Car Audio & Video
The only way to unlock the codes, is to reset the codes by doing a hard mode. Just open your radio unit and look for the IC 2407 or 2408 or 2404 or 24xx or whatever the series do have .This is the memory IC 24xx that stocks all the command to lock and to unlock the codes .This IC is placed sometimes after the power supply or near or somewhere.This IC has 8 pins 4mm wide 6mm long.If you find this IC just short pin 3 and 6 If no effect 3 and 7 it will shut down automatically.Then power on again then is already unlock.Just use a tweezer or a paper clip to short the pins. Feel free to ask whatever the result.
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Posted on Jun 15, 2009
If you go to a web site at www.radio-code.com you will find the info there. they will guide you thruogh the steps to get your radio seriel # first then then you e-mail them the # &19.95 they will send you the override code for your radio i had to do this and it worked.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
Not sue what are you looking for :
Go to https://radio-navicode.honda.com/ and follow the instructions there. You will need to be the owner on record with Honda. If all fails you can call Honda USA and they will assist you.
What You Will Need:
Vehicle VIN Number
Phone Number and Zip Code matching those on file
Device Serial Number: Radio
The radio has an antitheft feature that locks the radio any time battery power is lost to the unit. You will need the security code to unlock it. Look in the glove box for a sticker that has the radio serial number on it. If not there, then you will have to remove the radio to get it. Take this number and your car's registration to the local dealer and he can look up your code. Enter this 5 digit number when you turn the radio on, and it should return to normal.
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Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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