A 1 Honda Civic 8th Gen. : Oil change + Tire rotation
The radio code for a 2003 Honda Civic is available through dealerships or in the service repair manual. Each is code different and made specifically for each vehicle.
I purchased a used Honda and I got the radio code from the Honda dealer's service department.
Honda's maintenance minder says to, "refer to Civic Sedan's owner's manual."
I looked in the packet of information given to me when I bought the car and found something called the service history manual. There is a code written in there for the radio that can be entered to reset it.
By inserting a 5 digit code into the radio by means of the station preset buttons. If you do not have the code then go to the Honda Owners Link and register your Honda. There you can get the code for free.
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Change oilRotate tiresChange transmission fluid
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You'll need a code scanner that has that option built in.
Service code a 1 2 actually means perform service a, service 1, and service 2. Service a is adjust valves if noisy, change oil. Service 1 is rotate tires. Service 2 is inspect belts, replace air filter, replace cabin air filter. All service codes also include reset service minder light.
It means: Oil & Filter change and a Tire Rotation
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A = oil change1 = tire rotation3 = replace transmission fluidAll this info can be found in the drivers manual.
B12 means you need an oil and filter change, tire rotation, and air filter replacement.
first you need the serial number of the radio which is located on the back of the radio. Honda will charge you about $60 to remove the radio and get the serial number. once Honda has the serial number they can look up the radio code on their computer system