Question about Car Audio & Video
I got a new battery and need the code to get my honda radio cassette player working again. Is there a way to do it without pulling out the radio?
Yes, If it is the stock standard radio, get the VIN# of your vehicle and ring your local Honda dealer. They will have the code on file. Also check the back page of your owners manual, it might be there.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
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