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Old 04-06-2008, 04:15 PM
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RADIO CODES! Here they are!

Check it out everyone!

Honda has finally given owners the ability to search their Anti-Theft Codes up online!

http://radio-navicode.honda.com/

(Can we get a sticky here please)
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Old 04-06-2008, 04:20 PM
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Old 04-06-2008, 04:43 PM
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where was this a year ago...
hey accordlover if you still need that factory cd player, mine is setting around now that i bought a used pioneer deck. i would let it go for a very good price.
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where was this a year ago...
hey accordlover if you still need that factory cd player, mine is setting around now that i bought a used pioneer deck. i would let it go for a very good price.
I don't 'need' it, as I bought one for the 86 Already, but I might like one to put into the 96 if I trade it in this summer. PM me with your price, does it have the pocket?
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Old 04-06-2008, 06:34 PM
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Doesn't work for me....

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bookmarked for work!! this will come in good if we ever have to unplug factory radios and customers dont have their cards w/ them
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great lol my battery be dying in the winter and i never remember the code
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Old 07-08-2008, 12:24 PM
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Sweet, What a hassle I had to go through last time I needed my codes!!! This should be good if when I ever need it again
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will this be needed when a battery is disconnected?
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When a battery is disconnected? No.

When your battery is disconnected, is reconnected *and* you want to be able to use the radio? Yes.
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When a battery is disconnected? No.

When your battery is disconnected, is reconnected *and* you want to be able to use the radio? Yes.


Way to be a smart a$$.

It made me laugh nevertheless...
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Old 07-19-2008, 07:33 AM
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ok so what your saying is these codes are needed when i go and disconnect the negative battery terminal to install HID's and fog lights?
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I can't find my radio code...not in the inside or side of the glove box
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There is of course a way to avoid the re-entry of codes and reprogramming of your radio. All you need is a accessory plug, a little wire and a 9V battery clip, (you can purchase a ready made one as well) plug it in to the accessory outlet before you dissconect the battery and the 9V battery will provide sufficient power to the radio to maintain settings, just remember to turn the radio off first.
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Angry VIN not valid???

It's telling me:

"Vin not valid

We could not validate the VIN number you entered. Please verify the number and enter it again. Valid VIN numbers use the letters A-Z and numbers 0-9, except for the letters I, O, and Q. If the VIN is not working properly, check to see if letters and numbers have been accidentally inverted. Make sure the letter O was not entered in place of the number 0. Also, make sure the correct number of characters has been entered. Automobiles have a unique 17-character Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).
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I know I am entering the correct VIN.....
Anyone else had this problem?
Does this work for 2008 models?

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