a code on the radio to let radio turn on. how do I get the code?

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Asked by Dec 29, 2012 at 04:35 PM about the 1997 Honda Accord Special Edition Coupe

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tenspeed
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Go to a Honda dealer with proof of ownership. They can reset it by using the VIN. Write the number down somewhere so you don't have to go a second time.

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Jonathan Ford
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unfortunately that is the only way to get the code

Don Helms
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check in ur owners manual for a plastic card with a number on it the size of a credit card otherwise u will have to do wat the others said and go to dealer

AliKat1
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This just happened to me and I called the phone number listed on the back of my owners manuel, you will need the Vin number they will also tell you of any recalls you didn't have done.

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