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I'm unsure why this has appeared here as I answered it for you in the Premium section.
For the benefit of others who will read this: This asker borrowed a friend's updated Honda Odyssey GPS software to try it and see if it was worth paying for. Now that the borrowed disc has been returned, the asker has found that his old GPS software no longer works. My answer was basically that once you have installed updated navigation software into your Honda Odyssey you cannot revert back to an older version, not even by using the reset menus which are just designed for wiping old personal data and leaving the system fresh for a new user. Updating is a one way street only and Honda has confirmed to me that there are no hacks or work-arounds.
Sounds like you need the "radio code". To get the radio code you will need the serial number of the back of the radio.It was given to the original owner with the books. Some times the dealer will put a sticker with a 5 digit number on the walls of the glove box. If that sticker has more then 5 numbers call your local honda dealer because that might ve the serial number.
Hi all! I have solved my radio dilemma. I took the dash apart and found the manufacturer sticker on the bottom of the radio. It has the serial number on the sticker. You need this number when you call the Honda dealer and tell them your problem. I simply called and explained what happened to the service department of my local Honda dealer and gave them the serial number I found on the radio and they gave me the code for no charge. They just put the number in their computer and VOILA! out came the five digit code(which, by the way, is probably the same for all Honda Accord EX and the same Acura cars from 1994 to 1998 that have a casette player/radio. The code is 21543. Try it if you are having this problem and own the cars with said dates above). Hope this helps someone else.