Question about Car Audio & Video
If you are lucky someone wrote the code in the owners manual. If not, or you just don't have one, you will need to go to a Honda dealership with some ID that you own the vehicle and the vehicle VIN number (found on the metal tag on the dashboard on the drivers side by the front windshield). This is an anti-theft mechanism by Honda and anytime the radio looses power you will need that code so make sure to write it down!
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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