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How do you take out a 2007 Honda accord radio?

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This is a good step-by-step on how to take out the radio of a 99-01 Honda Accord. http://www.installdr.com/InstallDocs/Honda/PDF/466053.pdf


take out the radio and take the serial number to the dealer


Pull the radio out of the dash and get the serial number and take it in to a Honda dealer and they can help you


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You're radio is not working because the circuit board may be the problem. If you have less than 105 k miles on you're Honda accord then I would suggest that you take it in to get the circuit board replaced on you're radio.


pull the radio out and it has a white sticker with numbers on it, take those numbers to Honda dealership and they will give you the reset code.


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Go to the link below. The Install Doctor does a good job of documenting radio installs and removals. http://installdr.com/InstallDocs/Honda/PDF/466037.pdf


on the underside of the radio Correct answer: Take your VIN or title to your local Honda dealer......did the person who answered the question above actually think the radio's anti-theft code was going to be located on the radio?


No it will be a 5 digit #'s only. If you don't have the code your the original selling dealer may or you have to get the serial # off the back of the radio (you have to take it out) and take that to a Honda dealer and they can give it to you.


When changing the oil and oil filter of a car, it is important to know how much oil to put back in the car. A 2007 4 cylinder Honda Accord takes 4.5 quarts of engine oil.


Depending on the year! The stock radio on my 1990 accord required a 4 digit code in order to program. Just obtain the serial number on the bottom of the radio and take it to your nearest Honda dealer and they'll give you the code that's required! A much easier way is to go to the link I will post and sign up at Honda Owner Link. With the VIN number you can get the code for free if it is the OEM radio and you do not have to remove the radio to get the serial number.


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means the anitheft kicked in. It happened to me when we changed the battery in my 1998 Honda accord lx. It does this so when someone steals your radio they can't use it, not that it works that well cause you can just call in the serial number on the radio and get the 5 digit code.Which is what your going to have to do. take out the radio and get the code cause the dealer will charge you a 99$ labor fee. Good luck


in order to get the radio code you must first take out the stereo and get the serial number off the back of the radio then call a Honda dealership with the VIN and proof of ownership and they can get you the code. You then enter the code using the preset buttons. GOOD LUCK!!


* Remove the ashtray and ashtray holder * Remove the mounting screws lower the radio unplug the electrical connector and antenna lead then pull the radio out of dashboard





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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The SRS lights says on when then is a problem with your air bag system. You need to take your Honda Accord into a service center to get it serviced.


you take the outer panneling off first. then unscrew the radio




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