Discussion in 'Car Audio / Security / Electronic Accessories' started by legutki, Aug 20, 2004.
Is there anyway to find out the code for your OEM radio?
go to the dealer (will probly cost you a few $)
or if you have a friend that works for a car audio shop have them call and tell them he is putting a stock radio back in a customers car and the owner lost the code (usually free)
or third option take stereo out yourself and take headunit to honda and they will tell you
If your car is young, you can just get the code for free from a dealership with your vin#, car registration and ID. The service is free as long as Honda put in your code under your car's vin#. With earlier Hondas, the radio codes were not always entered into their system. If a tech has to pull out your radio from the console, then that is what will cost you the money.
So first just visit your dealership. If the code is not in their computer, then you pull the radio out yourself and write down the serial number. Take that number to the dealership.
The whole point of the anti-theft radios was to make the radio worthless to thieves. So it's not supposed to be easy to get the codes.
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