If you are putting in a replacement radio, just loosen the two small bolts holding the radio on the back of the frame, and then slide the radio out of the frame. Call an Acura dealership with that serial number and they should be able to provide you the code. The dealer removed it for me. Or you can take it directly to the dealer but you will be charged labor. Someone, I am guessing in the Service Department of my local dealership actually wrote my radio code on the right strut mount in permanent marker. You have to get the serial number off the radio by removing it or partially taking it out to see the numbers on it try not to remove any cords.
You may need to remove the paneling that surrounds your spare tire to get to the amp. I can send instructions If you would like. I will look there for it. First with any electrical repair disconnect the battery at the negative terminal. Leave us a comment below and let us know! If you are the origal owner, that was given to you with the books. Pull the two wire groups away from the stereo.
This saved about a hundred bucks!! Thank you very much for your response. It will require pulling apart your dash. If yours does not, you need to remove the radio and get the serial number from the sticker on the radio. It required five times for me. It was on a card that came with your owners manual. If you don't have it you will need to get the code from your radio itself. Thank you very much for your response.
One should be the 5-digit radio code. Tighten the clamp so that it cannot be moved around the lead by hand. Then turn on the car and the airbag light should go off after a few seconds. Your anti-theft radio code was on a card that came with your owners manual. Programming the Transmitter s : 1 Sit in the driver's seat and open the driver's door. If you take the plastic cover off of the motor you can basically see all of the coils, three on the front side and three on the back. The 5 digit code is different on each car.
Do not give up if it does not work at the first attempt. With the stereo out to make sure you get the right number off of it call an Acura dealership with the number and they will give you the another number to enter into the stereo and directions on how to punch the numbers in. It may also be listed on the inside of the side of the glove box. You… Acura Keyless Entry Programming Instructions 1998 2. It will require pulling apart your dash. Disconnect the 2 wire harnesses and antenna cable from the back of the radio to complete the removal.
Hi, look in the glove box for a smal white sticker. Hope this helps - 02 3. Make sure while you have the stereo out you write the serial number down and keep it in a safe place also the number that the Acura dealership gives you because if you sell the car or if it happens again its easily accessible. You will need to hold them in for approx 10 sec or so, the service engine lite will turn off. I can send instructions If you would like. Pull the groups from the stereo. Turn the key off and back on to verify that it worked.
This is usually needed to be done when oil changes are done and the facility does not reset the system themselves. It is a black coloured rubber … button. Or you can take it directly to the dealer but you will be charged labor. Wait for about 10 seconds. Mar 30, 2010 Call the dealership for the number and tell them you are the original car owner and make sure you have the right serial number off the radio itself try this if you don't: If you have jumped or replaced the battery at anytime this will happen.
. These groups are for the antenna, speakers, amplifier, and power supply. It is the serial numbers only, that…. More recent models will display the anti-theft radio code, if it does, write it down. I did not attempt to tackle the job on my own because i had no idea what i was about to get into. Have you checked your maintenance manual? I just had this happen to me on a 96 Pathfinder.
I paid the Acura dealership to reset it and they gave me the number. Well if you are talking about reseting the system when the service lite is on, that is easy. The instructions are in there; I've done it myself and I put the key in, turned it to the second setting and then pressed the button to go to the oil life and held the button down for 10 seconds - or something similar to that. Some dealers require the serial number and model from the back of the radio, which means you would have to remove the radio. I paid the Acura dealership to reset it and they gave me the number. I hate to be a jerk.
Reverse the steps to replace the radio. However this stereo upgrade will need you to use a stereo install kit. If you have lost the radio code, there are two places to check for it. How to remove the radio? Most kits come with the plastic panel that will make your aftermarket stereo look like it came from the factory. Likely your codes are in the same place. I do intend on following up with the dealership that I bought the car from to see about getting reimbursed for the charges, since they sold me a car without all of the proper information.