Honda Radio Code

Saturday my AVIC-N1 nav/mp3/cd/radio system crapped out on me.. and I think that it may be gone for good. That sucks.. a lot, since it was pretty expensive (5 years ago).. what sucks more is that we are pretty broke right now, and it doesn’t look like that will be changing any time soon.. which means no new radio any time soon either. My commute to Syracuse is 1.5 hours on a good day, and 1.5 hours each way with no radio will be pretty darn unbearable. SO, I dug out my stock radio that shipped with my civic and that has been collecting dust in the basement for the past few years and hooked it up. I’m posting this here in case anyone else ever needs it, or I manage to forget the next time I need it – To get your Honda radio code you can go to: and enter the radio’s serial number and owner’s details.

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Married 39 year old father of three software developer in Rochester, NY.
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2 Responses to Honda Radio Code

  1. Adam says:

    That’s pretty rad that it requires a code… I think my Yaris’s radio would welcome a stranger with open arms.

    You’re a smart guy… What’s going on with the busted dash unit?

  2. drunnells says:

    Its pretty mysterious why it is dead.. but it is definitely dead-dead.. not just a fuse or anything like that. The unit powers on and the screen comes out.. but then thats it.. nothing happens, and none of the buttons do anything. Oh well, sh*t happens I guess. So now I get to listen to my ipod more seeing as XM radio is no longer an option with my old radio.

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