IF you do not know your radio code you can check behind your glove box and pray that there is still the original sticker with a 5 digit code somewhere there. The other option is to go to a dealer with the serial number of the radio and probably the VIN too and pay 50- 100 bucks. Remember you only have 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. There is also a chance that the code could be under the ashtray if you can't find it behind the glove box. (behind means you have to push the release to get it to drop down past the normal point to which it would open) hope that helps someone.
With the 1999 models, this does not apply, specifically, however
Factory reset for a radio in a 1999 Honda Accord can be done by a dealership. The requirements from the dealership to have this done is proof of vehicle ownership.
There was not a 1999 Honda Accord LXi made. Do you have a 1989 Honda Accord LXi?
Click the link to the Honda Owner's Link. Go there and register your Honda. There you can get the code for free.
There is a piece of sticker in the glove compartment with some number. That's the one you need to enter on the radio button. one question, did you take out the battery cable? Because every time you do, you need to enter that password for the radio system and the anti-theft system to work... My brother got a 1999 Honda accord, hope this help you.
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As far as I know it has a 5 digit code. Go to the link I will post and register your Accord and you can get the radio code for free. Click the link and then click register.
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Yes they will fit.
maybe how old