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95 honda accord radio code

Discussion in 'Car Audio / Security / Electronic Accessories' started by treadaway37@bellsouth.net, Jul 10, 2008.

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  1. treadaway37@bellsouth.net

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    95honda accord radio code please help no radio for 6 months 1hgce66685a025093 vin :( thanks [ michalle]
     
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    Since everyone here is a smart ass I will help you. OK under your ash tray or on the side of your glove box you will find a 5 digit code with numbers on it 1 thru 6. Put those into your radio and it will come on. Or you can try pressing number 1 and 6 on your radio at the same time and it will give you the serial number for the radio, then you need to call the dealer and give them the serial number and they will usually give you the 5 digit code. Or you can take the radio out completely and the serial number is on the top or bottom of the radio.
     
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    weird i wonder why that didnt work for you.
     
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    If you have the owners manuals, look inside the back cover, hell, look all through it for a random code penned into the book. 90% of the dealers would do that for their customers, or they would do it themselves. Also check the inside of the underhood fuse box. It was common to have a little sticker there with the code on it.
     
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    Picture a deaf person hand signing to you this statement. "I told you already I got the radio from the salvage yard." Please read entire thread before you make stupid statements which show you either can't read hence the deaf hand signals or you are a lazy person. WAIT A MINUTE, maybe I can go to the junk yard and look through all there honda cars and finally AHHA I found it. What do you think????
    Use the force OB1 and then use your brain!
     
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    lmao do you not get it, it was a smart ass remark, here at hs
     
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    Oh, you're so helpful! You're such a saint! Bless you sir!

    Too bad this thread is nearly 2 months old and the OP probably doesn't give a crap anymore...
     
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