You can try checking that little book that came with your car, called an Owner's Manual. It contains a wealth of information, except it probably says nothing at all about the radio code issue. Obviously the manual hasn't passed a usability test.
Turn on the radio. If the display on the radio says "code", then enter the code using the preset buttons. If it doesn't say "code", try pressing the Mode button until 'code' appears. If you can't get 'code' to appear by pushing buttons, see below.
If it is a anti-theft radio, it will say so on the face plate. If it says "CODE" and won't play, you will need a 5-digit code to enter, unique to your car. Ways to get this: 1. Don't bother going to a Honda dealership. They will just try to get you to pay a "technician" to do something you can do yourself. 2. Look around the car for places that list a 5-digit code: some have found it on the inside of the glovebox, sometimes on the outside left, others under the hood, in the center console, in the ashtray, etc.
3. If you have all your original paperwork etc. that came with the car, look in the "Service History" booklet, not the owner's manual. Or check for a plastic card labeled "Anti-Theft Radio Identification Card", has both serial # and 5-digit code #. 5. Pull the radio out of the dash, look for the stereo serial number on bottom or back of stereo, then call Honda and they can look it up with that and your VIN #. Kind of a pain. 6. If it's a 2000 or newer, you can get the serial number by holding down the 1 and 6 preset buttons and turning the radio on, then call Honda, etc.
Once you have the code, enter the 5 digit code with the station presets. You have a limited # of attempts to insert the code, so if you've been trying or a service technician has been trying random codes, it will lock up and not accept any code. If the radio locks up, run the radio for 1 hour and it will allow you to try again, or disconnect the negative battery terminal for 60 seconds and that will clear the lock on the radio. Then you canenter the code.
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Enter the code with the preset buttons on the radio.
You enter the code using the radio preset buttons.
If you are asking about the radio unlock code you enter it with the radio preset buttons.
Use the radio preset buttons to enter the code after turning the ignition on.
I assume you mean the radio code. If so, you enter it with the radio preset buttons.Call your Honda dealer because nobody seems to know how.
You enter the 5 digit code by pressing the radio preset buttons.
I needed the code for my radio about a month ago, I called my Honda dealer with my VIN and they gave me the code for the radio.
You enter the 5 digit code by pressing the radio presets. As there is no 8 on the radio presets the code cannot contain the number 8. To find out what your code actually is go to the Honda Owners website and register your Honda. After registering it you can get the code there by clicking Retrieve Radio/Navi code under quick links. http://owners.honda.com
Depends on what the error code is.
If you have already tried to enter a code many times, and it doesn't work, do the following: 1. Disconnect the battery, 2. Connect the battery, 3. Put Radio ON 4. Enter the radio code of 4 digits, 5. That's all. If you don't have the radio code of your Honda Odyssey, have on hand its VIN, and ask your former salesperson or your former dealer.
Once you see code on the display use the preset buttons to enter the 5 digit code.