my batterie drained down and after charging it back to its full charge my radio comes up with a code how do i enter the code to reset the radio

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Asked by Aug 20, 2007 at 07:58 PM about the 2003 Honda Civic

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

how do i reset the code to my radio

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hi Kman, Unfortunately only dealer can reset the code to the radio if you don't know what it is. Its a security feature (an annoying one at that) that only they can fix. Check your owners manual, a lot of the time previous owners or the dealership will write the code down somewhere in the owners manual, it may save you a trip to the dealer.

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no u dont have to go tp the dealer to get the code, look in the woners manual, look for a card that has #'s on it and that should be the code, when i bought my 2008 honda civic i had to put a code in and i had a card that had the #'s on it if u dont find one then go to the dealer and put in the vin # of ur vehicle and have them send in for a new code.

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