You can call honda if it is the factory radio.. if you give them the vin number they should be able to help you... once you receive it you should keep it saved somewhere because every time you disconnect the battery it will reset again... sometimes you can find the code in the owners manual or sometimes you get a little card with the code on it... good luck
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Hold preset buttons #1 & #6 down, turn on radio. Keep holding down buttons, record 1st 4, then 2nd 4, of radio serial number. Either register your car on-line with Honda to get the code or go to a Honda dealer.
You need the code for the radio right? If so push and hold the 1 and 6 and push the power button. you will have two sets of numbers come up on the screen write these down and call your dealer. Give them the numbers and tell them you need a radio code. Then input the numbers in the radio and push the fm button.
You will need to remove the radio from the das, and get the numbers off the back of it. Then you will need to call a honda dealership with your vin number and the numbers off the back of the radio. they will be able to get the code for it. The reason being, is for security, like if your radio was stolen a thief couldn't just reactivate it without the proper info.
Hope this helps!