Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Try this code 16411 followed by the universal codes 23514 and 25134 but only try them after reseting the player.
You usually have about 3 attempts to enter the correct radio code. Any attempts after that will not be accepted.
Disconnect and reconnect your battery after 60 sec to reset your radio again and reenter the code. If it continues to fail, contact the Honda dealership and see if they can retrieve the code for you. They will do the work for upto $75
If you're the original owner of the vehicle they will attempt to ask you some personal questions they may have on file to confirm you're the owner.
here might be a code on a sticker in the original owners manual or in the glove box.
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Posted on Mar 28, 2008
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