RebElPaso: Dude! I did it!! Thanks for the help Werewolf man! On the 95 Acura Legend
Special Edition I found the Code in the trunk on a White sticker. Its
ALWAYS gonna be a 5 digit code. Thanks again.
VICINDIUS: why did Honda/Acura do this?
Dave Kliemann: Thanks! Replaced the battery in my 2007 Accord EX V-6 and even having the
code, the instructions in the owner's manual were not clear. Had it done in
seconds after watching your video!
bobcsoftball: I have a 2008 Acura MDX. I replaced the battery this weekend. I have my
original 5 digit code. When I start enterring it, "error" comes up. After
several times trying, it locks out. I tried removing battery cables and
that does restart the opportunity to unlock, but the same thing keeps
happening. I see on other emails that removing the antenna connection could
help. Please help. You never know how important the radio is until you
don't have it.
Factory Car Stereo Repair: Several things... You may not have the original stereo, so any code card
you may have could be incorrect. If the wrong code has been entered or
entered incorrectly you can lock the stereo up, "error". Either remove one
of the main battery terminals for several minuted then reconnect to reset
the stereo. Or wait 1 - 3 hours with the stereo on to unlock on it's own.
ckeyz1906: ok i was listening to a cassette in my 94 Legend. it got jammed and it is
now stuck..... how do i get it out?
Neil Boynton: Thank you so much! I just replaced my car battery and faced this unexpected
problem. My code sticker was in the glove box.
Factory Car Stereo Repair: Either the code was entered incorrectly or you have the wrong code.
mark w: thanks
SF3751: Thank you, thank you, thank you! Thought I was going to have to go to the
dealer for this. Luckily the code was stuck onto the glove compartment,
just like you said.
ChangMasterSupreme: i have a 1999 honda civic with an acura radio...how do i retrieve mine?
ajexander fatima: thanks
swhall72: Much appreciated. This video helped me as well. One note, I found my serial
number on the side of the glove compartment but because I had the radio
replaced as part of a recall it didn't. The 1 + 6 preset thing worked and I
was able to get the code by calling the dealership. Anyway, again thanks
for the video.
Lorelie Carvey: Thank you so much. This was very helpful and it worked! YES!!!!
teferre: You just saved me $100. That is what the Honda dealer wanted to charge me
for this. Thank you
game1ben: My only problem was the number being out of sync. I looked everywhere to
find a solution but it was never mentioned by any one else. Now it works
like a charm. Thank you good sir.
Kerry Page: Thank you
DjSonick: Very helpful thank you
Factory Car Stereo Repair: The video should answer all questions about retrieving the stereo code.
Factory Car Stereo Repair: You will have to wait with the stereo on for 10 minutes to one hour. The
stereo will return to "COdE". Incorrect code entered will lock the stereo
up again. Check code card with serial number to stereo. If they match, this
is a stereo problem.
Asif Jamal: Thank you so much, your efforts are highly appreciated. Best Wishes
Abhishek Rawat: Thanks a lot. This video really helped.
Factory Car Stereo Repair: Call your local dealership for the code.
CFreShTV: thank you SO much
Factory Car Stereo Repair: Disconnect one of the battery terminals for several minutes, then
reconnect. This can reset the error problem. Or, the radio will reset if
left on for an hour.
tubealoha: Thank you!!!
monae means: I will be trying this tomorrow hopefully its works for me
KENYA ROBLES: You can do the 1&6 + power process, then call Honda/Acura at 1-800-999-1009
to get the code. If the car is 2001 and older, you may have to pull out the
radio to get the serial# if you can't find that sticker , then call.
rpatrickdonovan: I LOVE YOU AND SO DOES MY WALLET!!!!!!
ng hau xiang: mine is Honda Accord 93, click what button to active it?(i already have the
Spugie Woogie: Thanks so much the numbers were out of sequence. Your video was the only
one I saw that addressed that issue.
gcbuffs09: thankkkkkk you!!!!
andrew1jl: um mine is locked up.. and wont let me have an option to bput the code back
in, what do i do?
chris mutua: mine powers off and on unexpectedly.sometimes it shuts off in a push of a
buttonother than the power one.doesnt play CD when it powers on even if a
CD was playing before it shut down.pliz help (03 honda accord LX)
Factory Car Stereo Repair: Use the corresponding radio preset buttons. Watch the video for
Factory Car Stereo Repair: Wrong code entered too many times or entered incorrectly can lock the
stereo up. Disconnect the battery, then reconnect, this can reset the
stereo. Or, the stereo being on for 1-3 hours can also reset it. Are you
sure you have the correct code?
gillo7: one question i try to put codes by mistakes before watching this videom now
it says err 3 on the screen , and i want to appear again code but i dont
know how, help me pleaseee
Factory Car Stereo Repair: This could be a problem with the stereo. Or, the cassette head may just
need cleaning. Try the cleaning first.
Leaora: Thank you! my sister got a lemon and we had to disconnect the battery in
order to fix it leading the the stereo problem. This video was all I needed
to fix it for her. :)
Charlie D: Thank you so much, it works ! Got my radio back on after battery going
dead. Great video !
Romono01: I plugged up a car charger into the power source and I think it knocked off
the radio. Is there any way to prevent this from happening? I have my code.
When I enter it nothing happens. Code does not flash when i turn car on.
Factory Car Stereo Repair: Thank you! Have not checked this spot before.
matt2ian: Thank you so much!!! Life saver!!! I found it!!!!
420Blairski: found mine under the coin tray by the driver side door in my 99 accord
Truskeptic: Useful video, but when when this doesn't work, (display still shows
'Err_'), switch off stereo, disconnect both the battery and the rear window
antenna (top of window - passenger side). Wait 3 minutes. Reconnect
battery. Start car. Switch on stereo (should now say 'CodE'). Leave car
running for at least one hour with 'CodE' displayed before entering the
code again. like magic!!! Reconnect antenna. A frustrating problem - I hope
Factory Car Stereo Repair: This could be a bad power adaptor. Or, if you are plugging the same device
into the socket, there may be a short in the device blowing the fuse.
bernard enriquez: hi my serial # is M09 A21 6001 can you help me out with my code thanks
Manny Ramirez: Thanks, I've got music again. It worked.
bekandpaul: Worked for me. Thank you. Appreciate you taking the time to do a video. :)
lozzzi01: Just done this for my 02 civic. The battery got disconnected and required
the radio to be reset, I had no radio code with the car, so I turned on
ignition, pressed no1 and 6 together then turned on radio with both no's
depressed, a code came up that I wrote down. Phoned a honda dealer service
dept. Gave reg no and radio code that flashed up, and they supplied me with
the pass code. Typed it in and, Voila... Radio is now working. Hope this
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