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If you are lucky someone wrote the code in the owners manual. If not, or you just don't have one, you will need to go to a Honda dealership with some ID that you own the vehicle and the vehicle VIN number (found on the metal tag on the dashboard on the drivers side by the front windshield). This is an anti-theft mechanism by Honda and anytime the radio looses power you will need that code so make sure to write it down!
If you are lucky the code may still be on the side of the radio. Dealers oftain fail to remove the stock stickers from them when installing them after sale. Failing this, the dealer will be able to retrieve the code for you from their data base. There may be a minimal charge for this privilege.
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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.