To locate your 2006 Honda Accord radio code, take a look in your glove box for a small white sticker. If you can’t find one there, you can still get your code—you’ll need your radio serial number and VIN.
You might have been here before: your car battery died, you’ve already gone through the stress of replacing it, but that’s not all—now your radio is asking for a code before you can listen to the classics or today’s top hits.
If you don’t know what your Accord’s radio code is—or this is the first time you’ve heard of a radio code—you’re in the right place.
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Why your 2006 Honda Accord needs a radio code
Radios are one of the most commonly stolen car parts, even though they might not seem like the flashiest thing. That’s where radio codes come in: they’re designed to act as a security measure to deter theft.
If the battery was recently replaced or simply disconnected, your 2006 Honda Accord will ask for the radio code. You won’t be able to use the car radio again until the radio code is entered—which can help prevent theft.
However, the code meant to thwart thieves could also cause a problem for you if you don’t know what it is or where to find it.
How to find your 2006 Honda Accord radio code
The good news is that finding your 2006 Honda Accord radio code is pretty easy. Your first step is to press and hold down the power button for two seconds. Most of the time, this is usually all you need to do to reset your radio!
If the quick reset doesn’t work, then you’ll need to do some extra work. Start by opening your glove box to look for a small, white sticker labeled “Anti-Theft Radio Code.” The radio code will be five or six digits long—anything longer or any code containing letters is not the radio code. Once you have the code, you just enter it using the preset buttons, listen for the beep, and you’ll be able to use your radio again.
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How to look up a 2006 Honda Accord radio code
What happens if you can’t find the radio code sticker? Whether it got lost or accidentally peeled off along the way, you’ll still be able to get your 2006 Honda Accord radio code with the
vehicle identification number (VIN)and the radio serial number.
The VIN for your car can be found in a few different spots: the driver’s side dashboard or door jamb, the base of the windshield on the driver’s side, your car insurance card, your vehicle registration documents, or your Honda Financial Services Statement.
You’ll have to take just a few steps to find the radio serial number. First, lock the doors and turn the key to the ON position—but don’t turn on the engine. Turn the radio on and let it run for ten seconds, then turn it off. Press and hold down the power button for two to five seconds until the display is lit up with the message “Enter PIN code.” Turn the radio back off, press and hold the 1 and 6 preset buttons, turn the radio back on, then the serial number will be displayed.
When you have your VIN and radio serial number, now you can get what you’re actually looking for—the 2006
Honda Accordradio code. Here’s how:
- Bring your Honda to your local dealership
- Use theHonda online search tool
- Call Honda at 1-800-999-1009
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