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The first thing to check is the fuse for the radio. More likely, though, is that the radio needs a security code to turn back on. A local dealership may be willing to give you this code if you go there with your title. There also websites that offer radio unlock codes. Does the radio display anything when you start the car or when you try to turn the radio on?
on the TL - 5 digit code for the radio; 4 for navi; numbers are typically on a sticker on the side of the glovebox (nearest radio) or rear truck arm (great security acura?). Need to unplug the antenna and then put in the code, reconnect the antenna and your back in business. search the net to learn how to access the back of the radio. typically needed after power is lost to the vehicle, new battery installed, etc.
The Radio unit may need a 4-6 digit security code. Locate the owners man and other paperwork, (usually in the leather binder for jags) the radio code is in there along with it. No owners man? Call your local Jag dealer and give the parts dept your V.I.N. # . the parts guys will assist you better and wont pressure you to make an appt for service.... Once you get the the code, turn the ignition to the on position-without the engine running, simply enter the digits using the radio station preset #'s..... as soon as the last digit is entered, you'll hear a "beep" sound, indicating the security is deactivated and ready to go... good luck!
Yes your radio need a code and you suppose to have it when you bought the car. So now call your dealer and ask for the code and i think they will ask for your information and your VIN number. Good luck
that would be the security code that is meant to protect the radio from being stolen. This is usually provided on a plastic card when you buy the car. In case you don't have it, you will have to go in person to your honda place and identify yourself as the owner.
As soon as the power is cut off to the radio (ie, the battery dies or the radio is ripped out of the dashboard) the radio gets locked. This is when you need the code.
probably need a security code to unlock it after the dead battery, check in your owners manual or other paperwork that came with the car the code should be there somewhere. If not you may need to contact your local dealer. Hope this helps