How to Find a 1999 Honda Accord Radio Code

If you need to find the code for your 1999 Honda Accord radio, just grab your owner’s manual or VIN.
Written by Bonnie Stinson
Reviewed by Kathleen Flear
To find the radio code for your 1999
Honda Accord
, check inside your glove box or owner’s manual. If you can’t find it, you’ll need your VIN and the radio’s serial number to get the code.
If you ever need your car’s battery replaced, chances are you’ll need a radio code to get your vehicle’s radio running again.
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Why your 1999 Honda Accord needs a radio code

Having to put in a code when you replace your battery may seem like a hassle, but radio codes are actually a way to prevent theft since car stereos are one of the most frequently stolen items in most car-related theft incidents.
Your 1999 Honda Accord will require a code any time the battery has been disconnected, and you won’t be able to use the stereo until you enter the code. Your stereo is less likely to be stolen if it’s not usable without a code.
Unfortunately, these codes can also deter you if you don’t know how to find the radio code or get your stereo unlocked again.

How to find your 1999 Honda Accord radio code

Luckily, finding the radio code for your 1999 Honda Accord is actually pretty simple. First, you can always try to reset the radio by pressing and holding the power button for a few seconds. But if that doesn’t work, it’s time to find your radio code.
Start by looking in the glove compartment. There should be a sticker on the glove box or in your owner’s manual labeled “Anti-Theft Radio Code” or something similar. The radio code will be five digits long. If you see any other codes longer than five digits or with letters, it isn’t the radio code. 

How to look up a 1999 Honda Accord radio code

So what happens if you can’t find the sticker? Don’t panic—you can still get your radio code. All you need is your
vehicle’s identification number
(VIN) and the radio serial number.
You can find your VIN in a couple of different places. It should be on your driver’s side door jamb or the dashboard near the windshield. It will also be on your insurance card or your vehicle’s registration papers. 
The radio serial number is located on the body of the radio itself. You’ll need to remove the radio to find it. If you don’t want to risk damaging your radio by pulling it out, you can always take your Accord to a Honda service center and have them pull it out for you.
Once you have your VIN and serial number, you can look up your radio code in one of the following ways:
Also, a mechanic at a Honda service center can find your radio code if you don’t want the hassle of looking it up yourself.

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