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You need to get the radio Lock code from the owners manual or dealer and input the code. That is an Anti-Theft function in teh radio that makes it useless if stolen since you ahve to have vehicle and radio information to get teh proper code to unlock it. When you get the code make sure you write it down someplace because if you ever have to replace the battery you will need the code again.
Honda radio codes are located on a code card located in the glove box. This code
card looks like a white credit card. I have also seen dealerships place the code
on a label that can be placed on one of the sides of the glove box, in one of
the door jams, in the trunk along the bottom of the rear package shelf or on the
the trunk lid. Your stereo code is 62322.
However best would be to take the serial number behind the radio, call honda dealer
at parts be nice to the guy & he should give you the the code. sometime they don't
give, maybe it stolen radio, if you know somebody at a dealer its gonna be faste.
Another otion is to go to the site https://radio-navicode.honda.com/, punch in your serial no. & obtain the code. You will need to keep the following information handy
The trim panel that surrounds the radio and contains the climate controls and possibly 1 or 2 other switches needs to be removed. Apply gentle, even pressure on the edges and gradually move to the other edges, and the clips should pop out.
I would advise against unplugging the climate controls or radio however other switches can be unplugged safely.
Once the panel with the climate controls is removed there should be 4 phillips head screws holding the radio in place; remove those and you should be golden.
It explains where to find the code on your vehicle. It is on a white sticker "somewhere" in or on your vehicle. This could be as simple as the glovebox door, to the engine compartment to the inside of the center console.
General Motors coded THEFTLOCK® radios have a backup unlocking code
that can be accessed by a General Motors dealer or a Delco® radio
repair center if the owner programmed security code is not available.
Honda, Acura and Audi anti-theft radios are examples that will require
radio removal to access the radio serial number that a dealer needs to
obtain the factory security code. Sometimes the original dealer for a
vehicle may keep records of the radio security code for factory-coded
Sounds like you may have to remove the stereo so you can see the code on the back.
Then I would take it to a local dealer and prove its your vehicle and give them the serial number.