I heard … that they are more hospitable about it now, since the problem has become quite. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. Now doing it … specifically from the radio, I'm not sure, read your manual, or find one online. Call the selling dealer and see if they have a record of the codes. T … ype in the 5 digit code found on the Anti-Theft Radio Identification Card a white credit card size card that comes with the vehicle at the time of purchase. It was given to the original owner with the books.
Or, as is the case with my car, you must remove the radio. They should be able to pull the Radio Serial number without removing it like in the older Hondas, simply a matter of pushing the right buttons. The radio is removable and will be labelled with its serial number. I found a free removal and installation guide for my car at: Or if they don't have it, it's available as a download for a few dollars at: Once you have this number you can go to your local Honda dealership and they will be able to look up your code. When the words code appear, simply insert the 5 digit code.
If you know who the selling dealer is, I would check with them before doing anything. With that serial , a Honda dealer can provide the code. Use of the wiring information is at your own risk. Not the answer you're looking for? If you can't find the code listed anywhere in your owner's manual then you will need to get the serial off the radio. I would say the easiest least complicated way to do that on any car would be to cut the power to it completely. Whether your an expert installer or a novice enthusiast with a 1997 Honda Accord, an automotive wiring diagram can save yourself time and headaches.
The site walks you through the inputs and if successful, then spits either your radio code or nav code. Hold down the preset buttons 1 and 6 at the same time. Hold down the preset buttons 1 and 6 at the same time. The number set with 5 digits is the correct code. Remember you only ha … ve 3 or 4 tries before it locks the radio up and the you will have to disconnect the battery for at least one minute to reset it.
It worked for me, so I hope that helps. Not just a few seconds either; keep it disconnected for a while. You can also just disconnect the negative - battery cable for 2 minutes and this will clear the lock and allow you to insert the code. Pay a visit to the dealer with the title , registration and serial number of the unit and he will give you the code. Some times the dealer will put a sticker with a 5 digit number on the walls of the glove box. Check for voltage at wires 3 of the O2 sensor plug.
If the Honda is now registered in your name, take it to your local Honda Dealer. After a certain number of attempts the radio is permanently disabled?!? You may want to call your local Honda dealer and ask how to get the code for your car. Look around the car for places that list a 5-digit code: some have found it on the inside of the glovebox, sometimes on the outside left, others under the hood, in the center console, in the ashtray, etc. I see 1:01 on the clock. Donny Armstrong , Retrieving Your Code for your Honda. You will have to remove the radio in order the get the code.
I didn't bother to buy a settings saver because I found the security code in my Honda's packet I bought this car used and luckily the owner was pretty organized with documentation and maintenance records. Then contact Honda and, with proof of ownership, they will give you the magic code. It should be 5 numbers. There is also a chance that the code could be under the ashtray if you can't find it behind the glove box. If it is a anti-theft radio, it will say so on the face plate.
You can also call dealer they have the codes in there computer they will walk you through it but they will most likel … y charge you a fee. Most prudent individuals leave it with the owner's manual. Pull radio from dash and write down radio serial number and call local dealer with that number and they will be able to get the code for you. They are either 5 or 6 digit codes. If it doesn't work you have the wrong code s. Call the dealer with the serial number of the radio and the serial number of the car and they will give you the radio code.
The insurance industry insists on this set up to make radios or such like more difficult and less worthwhile to steal. With this and proof of ownership, any Honda dealer can supply you with the code. To change the radio means that a main dealer has too have a corporate id, their computer has to have a known cid, to connect with the manufacturers computer to change a radio. Catch the little problems before they ruin that Great Deal you just got buying it. Pulling a specific fuse might do the trick, but if you want to be completely sure remove the car's battery. The instructions are easy and simple to follow with plenty of illustrations of exactly what to do. Else, you could also try inputting every combination of codes possible.