My daughter's car blew a fuse, and after replacing it the radio is prompting for a "reset code" (for anti-theft reasons?). She doesn't have an owner's manual so she doesn't know what to enter. Any thoughts or suggestions? (thx)
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2001 Honda Accord Question: After replacing fuse, radio is asking for a "reset code" - ???
Answer #1ProChevy August 11, 2009, 17:43Journeyman
You'll probably have to get this from a Honda dealer. Get them a call.
patrick mannion from Greg Solow's Engine Room, August 11, 2009, 23:35Master
If you don't have the original handbook/owner's manual with radio literature you will have to call the dealer with the Vehicle Identification Number. Some Honda and Acuras you had to pull the radio out to get the chassis number of the actual radio then give that number to the dealer to obtain the radio security code.