If you are asking about the radio unlock code you enter it with the radio preset buttons.
You input the code with the radio preset buttons.
The radio antenna of a 2005 Honda Accord LX is located in the back glass. It is near the top and resembles the rear defrost system.
It means there was an error inputting the codes to unlock the radio. If the radio locks just leave it on and in about 1 hour of use it will unlock and allow you to try again.
You unlock it by inserting the 5 digit code which is specific to your radio. If you do not have the code, you will have to contact your Honda Dealer. The original selling dealer may have the code on file. If not you will have to remove the radio and get the serial # off the chassis. With this serial # any Honda dealer can provide the correct code. There is no other way to unlock the radio than with that code. You can also go to the Honda Owner's Link I will post and sign up. On that link with your VIN # you can get the code if the radio is an OEM radio.
you can go to the dealer with the radio or the VIN # and the should either be able to unlock it for you or look up the code.
Yes, go to the Honda web site and sign up on the Owner's link. There you can get the code for free.
Looks like the radio code for a particular radio on a Honda.
You have attempted to enter an incorrect radio security code 3 times and the radio is locked up. Simply turn the radio on and leave it on for 1 hour. The radio will unlock and then allow you to enter the correct code. If you do not know the code go to the honda owners website I will post a link to and sign up your Accord. There you can get the code for free.
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
The radio fuse is used for the CD player on a 2003 Honda Accord. To reset the radio pulled the specified fuse out of the fuse box.
where is the fuse box for the radio back up light on a 2004 Honda accord?
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.
how do i remove the radio out of my 2001 Honda accord 2.oi v tec to replace with a CD player because it comes up coded
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.
Go to Honda's web site and sign up on at the Owner's Link. With the VIN # off your car you can get the code. Otherwise you will have to remove the radio and get the serial # off the radio chassis. With this serial # any Honda dealer can tell you the code.
It is integrated into the windshield.
To find the radio fuse in a Honda Accord, first locate the fuse box. Once you find the fuse box, there will be a diagram showing what each fuse is for.
A common problem for many stock radio is a blown fuse. Find the fuse in the cabin of the Honda Accord and check it's connections to see if it is not burned.
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
My local Honda dealer wanted $116 to remove the radio and check the serial number. (1998 Accord) I went home and removed 2 screws at the bottom of the plastic trim and pulled it out and held it up. Then I could remove the 4 screws holding the radio in place. I then pulled out the radio enough to turn it upside down and read the serial number. Call the Honda phone number on the Honda owner's website or go to the dealer for the radio code to enter using the radio pushbuttons.
The 1993 Honda accord, I believe, does NOT have CD Player. It only have cassette and radio player.
The code in the Glove box is just the serial number to the stereo, It is not the unlock code itself. Call a Honda dealer and give them this number. They should give you the code for free. They did for me.