Radio code


Asked by Sep 08, 2016 at 11:19 AM about the 2008 Honda CR-V

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Radio code for honda CRV 2008

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Pls my 2011 Hyundai Sonata is giving me headache. My gear box leaks and I've tried different machanics but no good result now if I start the car and shift the gear to reverse or Drive the engine vibrate terribly and it wil shut off immediately

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Hello and how are you ? This is how you get the code. You will have to remove the radio and on the radio is a number. You will then need to call up Honda dealer and tell them this number. Then will then be able to give you the code. You want to take to the parts department. Them might want you to prove that you are the owner of car. I mean they don't want to give out the key code to a guy that stole the radio. Hope this helps


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