I have a 2002 honda accord. My radio has the flashing anti theft light but the radio will not come on. What might the problem be?

Asked by Jan 18, 2015 at 11:04 AM about the Honda Accord Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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This happen when power is lost to the radio, and you need to put in the anti theft code. If you don't have it, you will need to get the radio serial number, and see the dealer to get the code. You can get the serial number without removing the radio by having the radio off, hold the 1 and 6 preset buttons in, the turn the power on while holding the button. You will get two set of numbers with a U and L. Write down both sets, then go to the dealer parts dept with your car registration.

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Also after you get the code, Turn the power on, and with code flashing punch the code in with the preset button. If you did right, the radio will turn right on,

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