i have a 2010 honda accord EX-L. after removing the battery head the audio system didnot request for code. and it is not working. i can only load and eject cds i need help please

Asked by Feb 01, 2015 at 04:49 PM about the 2010 Honda Accord EX-L

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the audio system refused to power up after removing the battery head. I can only load or eject CDs. it does not request for the radio code so iam out of options. any help will b appreciated

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You are most likely stuck with going to the dealer and have it coded, or you could just put in an aftermarket unit, but that will cost more than a dealer recode.

thanks tennis shoes. I have the code that came with the vehicle. but no how I can insert it since it does not request for the code.

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You have checked all of the fuses, Right? If so then. Try this: locate and remove all of the radio fuses, there could be three, one might be marked KAM, let it sit at least 30 minutes, overnight would best, reinstall fuses then try ans see if it asks for the code then. Or if your not worried about loosing other presets and resetting the entire car back to factory you can remove a battery cable and achieve the same results. If that don't work then your stuck with a dealer trip.

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