Question about Car Audio & Video
Need to install new car battery & was told about the radio code to get the radio to work. dealer wants 80.00 for it. Site on internet only 14.00, but don't have it if the radio has [RDS] stamped on the front of it,which it does....is my only choice to give the dealer 80.00 or do i have another solution?????thanx for any help you may have..from BIGTRUCK also,if i get the code, what do i do with it?
The "Theftlock" theft deterrent system is a feature on all base and uplevel radios. There is no need to program a security code into the radio as in past model years. The theft deterrent system now utilizes Class 2 serial data to determine if the radio is in the appropriate vehicle. Each time the radio receives the "run" power mode message, it compares the VIN information it has stored to the VIN information received from a module on the Class 2 serial data circuit responsible for transmitting that information. If a mis-match occurs, the radio display will indicate to the user the radio is locked. Once this takes place, a DTC will set, the radio will not respond to any button presses and become inoperative. The two scenarios able to cause this condition are:
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No, the radio won't tell you. If you are putting in another stock radio from an original vehicle it could be difficult as the VIN# of the vehicle usually lets the car manufacturer find the code. See if you can find a serial number on the unit somewhere and call the maker of the unit, they will have the listed pin code
Posted on Feb 18, 2008
Once you have the model# and serial # both off the back of the radio you need to car your local honda dealer and ask the parts department for the security code for the radio.
and then write it down in the owners manual for the next time or next owner
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
There are many websites that offer an unlocking service for a few £/$ . here is one that I found.
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Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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