IS THERE ANY WAY TO GET THE SERIAL # OFF THE RADIO W/O TAKING THE RADIO OUT? I WAS CLEANING THE POSTS ON THE BATTERY AND DID'T KNOW THIS WOULD LOCK THE RADIO UP WHEN DISCONNECTED. HOW DO I REMOVE THE SIDE PANEL BE FROM CENTER CONSOLE TOACCESS BACK OF RADIO?
RADIO CODE on 2001 Acura CL
by KIDS ACURA in Denver, CO on June 20, 2009
3 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by patrick mannion on June 20, 2009
The radio has to be removed to get the number unfortunately. http://www.installdr.com/InstallDocs/Acura/2.2-CL.html or http://www.carstereoremoval.com/htm/stereoremovalAcuraTL99_02P.htm have removal instructions.
COMMENT by patrick mannion on July 09, 2009
I believe it is only the later models Honda and Acura that have the hold down the buttons to get an access code but I'll do some research and post the model year that you hold down presets buttons to get a code as opposed to having to remove the radio to get the chassis number of the radio,
ANSWER by jedwa02 on July 09, 2009
Yes turn your car on and hold the 1 and 6 buttons on your radio and the serial # will display. Or you can call Acura and they will tell you how to get it.
ANSWER by Visitor on April 30, 2010
This may be a little late, but in my 98 acura CL, the unlock code was on a sticker on the under side of the front ash tray. When it asks for the code, just enter the numbers provided. I think it may also be located in or on the glove box or even relocated by a previous driver to the owners manual.
COMMENT by Visitor on February 18, 2011
may i have the code you used in hope that it will work for my radio? My e-mail address is email@example.com. Thank you
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