Code for car stereo

Asked by Jan 12, 2016 at 05:21 PM about the 2002 Honda Accord

Question type: General

Car battery died cleaned terminals reconnected but
stereo wont work,it's asking for code n I dont have
it.I have my vin no.wanted to know what I can do to
get it.

3 Answers

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I'd google the brand of the radio if it is an aftermarket radio and try it that way. I had to do it with my jvc radio

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You can finds codes for most radios available online via a google search as Dakota said. Use year make and model of car for the search and if no luck, you may need to pull the radio and get manufacturer numbers and name off the radio.

look in the glove box on left hand side for a sticker with numbers on it thats your code

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