Question about Car Audio & Video
You must contact the dealership with the VIN of you car (found on the metal plate on the driver side of the dash up by the windshield) and some form of ID that you own the car. A Honda dealership should be able to give you this code then. It is an antitheft mechanism. They may or may not charge you, unfortunately. WRITE IT DOWN. You will need it any time you replace the batter or if the battery goes dead.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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