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I bought a Honda Mini Van and the radio and Navigation Sistem is decodified, I would like to get the proper code to make them work.

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When this occurs you need to take the vehicle to a dealer. They should be able to unlock the unit, though it may cost you.

This is a security feature. Once they reset the unit you wil be able to add a passcode. The idea is that if the unit is taken out of the car it will not work until you enter the code.

This lock feature occurs when power is removed from the unit. If the car's battery dies or someone disconnects the battery cable.

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