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Need radio code for 2005 honda civic se, any suggestions?

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Hi gooch, before anything else, have you had a quick look in the glove box in the owners manual,or logbook for the civic. If you are lucky, the first owner or dealer may have listed it there for you. Get back to me here if you have no luck and we shall take the next step

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Posted on Mar 21, 2008

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