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Each car has a specific code. Unfortunately if it is not written down somewhere in the owners manual that means you will have to go to the dealership with the VIN of the car and probably proof that you own the vehicle. They should be able to look it up and give you the code, make sure to write it down as you will need it anytime the battery dies or you replace the battery. This is a security measure Honda took and while good in theory, it can get to be a pain in the ****.
You need to get your radio security code from your Honda dealership service department. this is an antitheft code, to keep crooks from reselling stolen radios, so if you go to the dealer, and provide the VIN number of your Honda, they should be able to help you out!
The code in the Glove box is just the serial number to the stereo, It is
not the unlock code itself. Call a Honda dealer and give them this
number. They should give you the code for free. They did for me.
cheers hope that helps
What?? They want money? That is rediculous! I actually used to own a 1992 Honda Accord and also needed the radio code because I disconnected the battery. I went to my dealership (Honda House, hondahousemn.com), presented the VIN and serial number. After proof of ownership, they looked up the code and wrote it down for me free of charge. If possible, I would try going to a different dealership. Maybe even calling a different dealership would work. Unfortunately, Honda dealerships are the only place for Honda radio codes.
It MAY be written down somewhere in the manual.
It MAY be written down and hidden somewhere in your glove box.
You could MAYBE try going to a repair shop such as AutoZone or Strauss and ask them if they have access to such things.
if you disconnected the battery you need to put in the security code for it to work again. it has an anti theft device in it. if you dont have the code go to a honda dealership. or check the connection behind the radio its easy to do
If you're looking for the code to program your car stereo, you will need to remove the stereo, and get the numbers off the back side of it. Once you have the numbers from the back of the stereo you will need to call the dealership and have them look up the proper program codes. You will also need your VIN number.