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The radio code will be 4 #'s ranging from 1-6, that's it. The radio code came on a white credit card looking card, Honda anti-theft radio... If you do not have it, you can look in the glove box area for a sticker with some #'s on it. If it is not there you will have to remove stereo & get serial # XXXXX it. Take that to your Honda dealer & they will get it for you or try: https://radio-navicode.honda.com/
That is if you need to remove the radio.
Before you retry radio code, I would recommend disconnecting battery for approximately 10-15 minutes, this will reset everything. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact me again. Thank you.
Here is some information:
Check these out first, you can try to disconnect the battery for 10-15 minutes, & try the buttons 1 & 6. Unfortunately, you have a pre 2001 car, things are different versus later model cars. I can not guarantee it will work.
If you do have to remove the radio, the last link shows you how to remove. If you do it, you will not need to pay dealer, it is pretty easy. You will need to then contact the dealer or American Honda & give them the serial #, they will get you the radio code for free. If you want to pay the dealer it is up to you. If you want to take some of your time for the labor & get what you are looking for, for free. That is your call. This is American Honda information for you:
Scroll around. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact me again. Thank you.
Thanks you for replying.I am aware of all that information before I posted the question and I was trying to avoid removing the radio and getting the code and go to the showorom with that code and spending the money for that. So I am sorry I cannot accept the answer.
It is not very difficult to remove the radio by yourself. I did send you a link for the removal of the radio earlier. It will cost you nothing except your time & to get the radio code is a free service, you will not be charged for it. If someone has told you that , you were given incorrect information. I wish there was an easier way, but there is not. Any other questions, please let me know. Thank you.