The radio code is different for each and every Honda vehicle. Look in the owners manual, glove box, and console for the 5 digit code. If you cannot find it then go to the Honda Owners web site and register your Civic. You can then get the code for free. Click the link.
Look in your owners manual as the previous owner may have written the 5 digit code down. Look in the sides of the glove box as it may be there. If you cannot find it go to the Honda Owners web site and register your Civic. You can then get the radio code for free. Click the link.
look in your manual. added by another user: I think if he had a manual, he would have checked it. Dipsh*t.
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You could look it up in your owners manual or go to the dealer ship. They could print one out for you.
look for a diagram online or get a haynes manual.
Look in your owner's manual. It has some great information on your vehicle.
I got mine from a local Honda dealer with the door it goes on for about $10.00 You can also look in the owners manual.... I have a 97 Civic and was searching for the same information a few weeks ago. I came across this post....hope it helps http://www.honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=1966666&postid=27868589
Unless Honda has made a change it has a belt. Open you owner's manual and look in the scheduled maintence section. There you will find your answer.
Look under the hood...
Look in your owners manual.