Changed battery on a 2000 Civic Ex, now the stereo won't work, it's asking for a code? Unfortunately, I lost my owners manual. Any help

Asked by Aug 06, 2013 at 02:49 PM about the 2000 Honda Civic

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Honda Civic 2000 EX Sedan. Still has the manufacturer's stereo (radio/cd player). Unable to turn on or use cd player. Display ask's for a code??? I no longer have the owners manual.

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7,785

Can you look one up online or go to a dealer to get it ?

4,595

originally there was a card the size of a business card with the code on it. you probably have to go to the dealer and have them reset it.

4,865

i have an 07 accord and i just called the dealer and asked for it. you are going to need the serial number off the radio though. if i remember correctly removing the radio from a 2000 civic is quite the process.

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Open your glove compartment and on the left side inside...there could be a sticker with your code... also Utube your question..I have had 5 hondas and utube videos are amazing... Like how to change a cabin filter when the garage wanted to rip me off for 60$..

7,485

agree with louise that's where our 95 civics code was, and or may be written on the top of the radio

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