If you’re on the hunt for your 2013 Honda Fit radio code, look in your owner’s manual or for a sticker in your glove box with a five-digit number. If you can’t find it, you can search for your code online using your car’s VIN and radio serial number.
It’s easy to forget how much less entertaining driving is without your radio—until your radio won’t do anything except demand a code.
If your radio is locked out waiting for a code, you’ll need to find a number unique to your vehicle. In this guide from the
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Why your 2013 Honda Fit needs a radio code
You might be feeling frustrated that you’re currently scouring the internet to find a mysterious radio code, but Honda programmed radio codes with good intention.
Radio codes are meant to prevent thieves from stealing your stereo system, which until recently was one of the most frequently stolen vehicle components.
While they’re a great theft deterrent, radio codes are also a big inconvenience, as your radio will lock up every time you disconnect it from your car battery, whether to perform a jump start or to replace the battery.
Fortunately, you should be able to find it pretty quickly once you know where to look.
How to find your 2013 Honda Fit radio code
The first step we recommend is simply to try resetting your radio by holding down the power button for a few seconds. This might resolve the radio code issue without having to go hunting for it.
If that doesn’t work, check your owner’s manual or look in your glove compartment for a sticker with a five-digit numerical code labeled “Anti-Theft Radio Code” (or something similar).
How to look up a 2013 Honda Fit radio code
Obtaining your VIN is easy enough. Just look on your registration documents, insurance card, or on your driver’s side dash or door jamb.
Finding the radio serial number is a bit more convoluted since you need to know a special order of operation to display it on your radio’s screen.
If you turn the radio on while holding down preset buttons 1 and 6 simultaneously, you should see a 10-digit number displayed. This is the radio serial number.
When you have your serial number and VIN, you can search for your 2013 Honda Fit radio code using Honda’s
online retrieval tool or by calling Honda customer service at 1-800-999-1009.
If none of these work for you, you can always take your vehicle to a Honda dealership. They should be able to access all of the necessary information and get your radio playing music once again.
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