There is no longer anybody able to pull codes for you. What you need to do is look throughout your car for a sticker that has it..this could be in the glove box, inside the fuse box or several other places..if you cannot locate it then you will need to
Retrieve your radio serial number by
holding down the #1 and #6, turn the radio ON, and the serial number is displayed in 2 parts. Only works after the radio says CODe on the display.
(or should be on the back or your radio)
Since 2000 or 2001, you can hold down the #1 and #6, turn the radio ON, and the serial number is displayed in 2 parts. Only works after the radio says CODe on the display.
Works on most in those early years, works on all since about 02.
This thread has been stuck, the other thread has been unstuck and locked on a trial basis. The large thread has been allowed to remain open, because it contains the majority of radio code requests; however annoying seeing it bumped can become, it's better than constant new requests. If new threads for radio codes begin popping up again, I will reverse the changes to the big thread.
I just bought a used 2012 Honda Civic with no radio code visible. I checked the glove compartment, all the stickers around all the door jambs, the trunk, etc. All I can find are a bunch of VIN stickers and the ones for the tires and the vehicle weight.
This Civic's radio has no display of its own. It uses the car's display on the dash. I cannot get the "code" text to display, and tried depressing the 1 and 6 while powering up. There is not a hint of a response.
The car and radio are working fine, but eventually, I'll need a battery. Is it possible that this radio does not have that function. This is an LX.
Could you please help me to get the code for my radio. I bought my car in a sale (copart) and i dont have the zip code and phone number for the first buyer. I'm in Guatemala city.
Honda Civic 2008
sn # 26066519
vin # 2HGFA16538h317781
Originally Posted by Ernimex
Gearbox please help me with the code of my radio
Originally Posted by bigi2006
someone could help me be grateful for life, I have the radio code and I live in Guatemala, if someone can help me here is the info of my CIVIC.
I actually just had a need for the code recently. I called my local dealer, they told me to come on in. it would take about 5 min & no charge, and so I did. Barely left the driver's seat, and now I have the code for future reference.