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. With this # and proof of ownership, any Honda dealer can supply you with the code. You will have to remove the radio in order the get the code. If you know who the selling dealer is, I would check with them before doing anything. They may have the code on file somewhere. Otherwise, it's not really difficult to remove the radio yourself, obtain the radio serial number and you can then get the code online from Honda. It took me me about an hour, with a Philips screw driver on a 97 Accord
1) Go to the Install doctor website and you can obtain instructions on how to remove your radio. The instructions are easy and simple to follow with plenty of illustrations of exactly what to do. http://www.installdr.com/InstallYourself.html
2) Write down the serial number. I located it on a sticker on the back of the radio.
3) Go to the following Honda website https://radio-navicode.honda.com
Enter the information below and you can immediately obtain the code at no charge.
a) Vehicle VIN number
b) Radio serial number
c) Your phone number and ZIP code matching those on file with Honda customer service. If your not the original owner but have had the car serviced at a Honda Dealership, then the files were most likely updated at that time as they were in my case.
Looks like the radio code for a particular radio on a Honda.
The Honda Accord was produced from the years 1976 to present. The best way to input the code for the Honda Accord LX when it shows ERRE is to type in the 5 digit code in the radio. The code can be found on the anti-theft radio identification card.
The radio code is specific to the radio in your Honda. In order to get the code if you have lost the card the code was written on, and have looked in the owners manual, and in the glove box, you can get it for free. Just go to the Honda Owners web site and register your Accord. After your register your Honda click "Retrieve Radio/Navi code" on the left in the toolbar. Follow the instructions and Honda will tell you the code. Click the link.
Enter the code with the preset buttons on the radio.
Power the radio, and then enter the anti-theft code using the preset numbers at the bottom of the radio. If the anti-theft code is unknown, contact Honda with the 17-digit vehicle identification number.
Click the link to the Honda Owner's Link. Go there and register your Honda. There you can get the code for free.
You have to go to a Honda dealer and they will give you the code.
Insert the 5 digit code in the radio with the radio presets. If you do not have the code then go to honda owners link and register your Honda. There you can get the code for free. Click the link to sign up.
Open the trunk and check to see if the code is on the underside of the trunk lid. (That is where I find the code to my Honda Accord) If you do not have the code click the link, sign up at the Honda Owner's Link, and then click get radio code.
Depends on what the error code is.
The code is specific to the radio in your Honda. The dealer may be able to tell you the code. If they do not have it stored in their computer, you will need to get the Serial # off the radio. With the serial # they can find the code.
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.
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.
take out the radio and take the serial number to the dealer
No one can tell you the code as it is specific to the radio in your vehicle. Go to the Honda web site and sign up on the Owner's Link. With the VIN # you can get the code there.
You cannot reset the radio without the code. But it is very easy to get the code. Go to the Honda owners website and register your Honda. After you register it click the link on the left Retrieve Radio/Navi Code. Click the link below.
The radio code is specific to that radio,you will need to contact the dealer with the radio serial number,and they can look it up for you. There is usually a charge for this
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.
By using the radio preset buttons to insert the 5 digit code. If you do not have the code click the link, sign up at the Honda Owner's Link, and then click get radio code.
You have to enter the radio code than came with the vehicle on a small plastic card. If you cannot find the code then go to the Honda Owner's link I will post and register your Honda. You can get the code there for free.
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.
Enter the 5 digit code into the radio using the presets. If you do not know the code click the link I will post and register your vehicle at the Honda Owners Link. There you can get the code for free.
To obtain the code to reset the radio, I contacted my dealer and gave them the VIN number for the car. They gave me the code.
Sorry but no one can provide you with the code. The code is specific to your radio. Go to the Honda website and sign up on the Owner's Link. There you can get the code.