I will also post a link on the settlement of the lawsuit co … ncerning this. They may have the code on file somewhere. Ask a honda dealer very nicely to check the radio's serial number for you. Now, I'm kind of stuck. It will give you a code, so enter that into your radio! Have Your Honda Serviced with Us! Enjoy your radio again If you can't find the code listed anywhere in your owner's manual then you will need to get the serial off the radio. You will have to remove the radio in order the get the code. I had to replace the radio on my daughters cl.
Put the ingnition key in and turn it until your able to turn your radio on accessories position. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. There are also sites on-line that will provide the code for a fee. So he called Honda and the gave him the correct code for my serial number. It is not what I would afford to pay. This will unlock the radio and return it to a functional state.
It will also ask for your name, zip, and email. I didn't bother to buy a settings saver because I found the security code in my Honda's packet I bought this car used and luckily the owner was pretty organized with documentation and maintenance records. Just go to the Honda Owners web site and register your Accord. With the 1999 models, this does not apply, specifically, however Honda Accord Answer When the car was bought new, there were 2 small cards with the code written on them. In most cases you can just press an hold the power button for 2 seconds and the radio will automatically reset and start working properly without entering the code.
Pull radio from dash and write down radio serial number and call local dealer with that number and they will be able to get the code for you. I think Honda extended the warranty on this year Accord and gave a 7 year 100,000 mile warranty on the transmission. It should show you a U And L number. Then you can enter the code. Write them down obviously then call 800 999-1009.
One other thing that I read to try is to hold down Preset 1 and Preset 6 buttons. They will ask verifying questions. If your not the original owner but have had the car serviced at a Honda Dealership, then the files were most likely updated at that time as they were in my case. Just turned on until the word code flashes. As you probably know, to get the correct code, you must have the radio serial number. If you do not know the code, you will have to remove the radio, and get the serial off the rad … io chassis. I have a jvc stereo in mine though So I've been listening to the same cd for 2 months now! Find it in the owner's manual on a card that lists your radio serial number along with the code--this card was provided at the time of original purchase.
To change the radio means that a main dealer has too have a corporate id, their computer has to have a known cid, to connect with the manufacturers computer to change a radio. I heard … that they are more hospitable about it now, since the problem has become quite P0730 - Incorrect Gear Ratio. It worked for me, so I hope that helps. If you know who the selling dealer i … s, I would check with them before doing anything. The hard part is over! Will I need to do some digging or is it relatively easy? I have bought a Honda Jazz in an auction the battery was flat after replacing it the radio ask for a code.
Think about all the customers they are losing! When i start my car up in the morning and start driving it and do not warm it up a little bit, the car does not shift gears, and starts to rev the engine and making the car sound like its in neutral, and my D4 light starts flashing too. Supposedly I should see the radio serial number displayed. Brake jobs are not a job to be done without a Manual. If you did not purchase the car new usually the original dealer has them. It seems complicated, but its not. I then disconnect-reconnected the battery.
You have been selling unworthy Hondas for years and years. A time interval is embedded into the radio which is started every time a wrong code is entered. Too bad I had the car for 9 years I drive fast 70-80 mph, but I don't think I could have done anything more if the problem is the design of the transmission. If you cannot find the code, call a Honda dealer to obtain the code for free. The dealer had a service bulletin to tell me that. No need to remove the dash and check for the serial in the back!. I located it on a sticker on the back of the radio.
If the car still has the owners manual look around in all of the manual covers pockets for a code. If you cannot find the codes, then you have only two choices. Every time the battery is disconnected or becomes completely dead the radio will ask for the code. The more I research it the more I see basically I'm going to have to come out of pocket for a new transmission. Dealerships usually charge Assuming you don't have the Anti-Theft Code and Serial Number that is found on the credit card sized Anti-Theft Radio Identification Card that comes with the vehicle at the time of purchase and is usually found in the glove compartment. If you have all your original paperwork etc.