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is a video showing how to remove your radio from the dashboard. A pair of
extractors are required (available from Ebay , Halfords etc ) but these can be made from 2 pieces of bent, wire coat-hanger or
4 small drills(using the blunt end)or 4
small Allen Keys or 4 small screwdrivers or 4 nails or even 4 darts. An assistant is useful to pull the radio out whilst you
are releasing the 4 securing clips http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urC-4NbXvDQ
If the code is not written
on the radio casing or inside the glove compartment, in/under the ashtray, behind
the sun visor(or similar “hidden” place
inside your car ) then the majority of HONDA codes may be available here for free https://radio-navicode.honda.com
You will require the car
VIN number and Radio serial Number If they cannot provide
your code then you will have to try your HONDA Main Dealer .....or a Decode
Service who will plug in a laptop to read/recode the memory chip (EEPROM)
Radio codes do not come for free on the internet. You can try using 0854, it is a clarion factory code. If it does not work do not insist, some radio locks up after third try, then you have to disonnect battery.