i have a honda civic 2003 and i left the car lights on and now on the radio it keeps saying "code" what do i do? please help? the radio doesnt even turn on, neither does the time show up

Asked by May 09, 2015 at 12:33 AM about the Honda Civic

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You have to input your anti-theft code. The dealer should have written it down in one of the new car manuals During the predelivery inspection. If not then you will have to pull the radio out and write down the serial and model number and call a honda dealership and have them get the code for you. Some will do this as a courtesy, some will not.

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You have to input your anti-theft code. The dealer should have written it down in one of the new car manuals During the predelivery inspection. If not then you will have to pull the radio out and write down the serial and model number and call a honda dealership and have them get the code for you. Some will do this as a courtesy, some will not.

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