How to Find Your 2007 Honda CR-V Radio Code

You can find your 2007 Honda CR-V radio code by looking in your glove box or owner’s manual.
Written by Bee Davis
Reviewed by Kathleen Flear
If your 2007
Honda CR-V
is requesting a radio code, there are several places you can look. You’ll first want to check your owner’s manual and glove box for the sticker with a code on it. If it’s not there, you’ll need your VIN and radio serial number. 
If you’re seeing a “code” message on your 2007 Honda CR-V’s radio display and can't access your precious tunes, your sound system has probably reset and locked itself. Typically, this can happen if you jumpstart your car or replace your battery. To get your tunes back, you’ll likely need your radio code. 
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Why do I need a 2007 Honda CR-V radio code?

The first time you try your radio or aux cord after having battery maintenance done on your 2007 Honda CR-V may confuse you—why does it keep flashing the word “code,” and what is a radio code anyway?
Thankfully, the answer is pretty simple—your car’s radio resets and locks every time the battery dies or is replaced. While it may surprise you, radios are one of the most commonly stolen car parts. Since a thief couldn’t use your radio without a code, it’s an anti-theft safety feature. 
Although this is a great way to protect your car, it’s definitely frustrating if you have no idea where to find your radio code. 

How to find your 2007 Honda CR-V radio code

If you’re worried about finding your 2007 Honda CR-V radio code—don’t fret! It’s actually pretty simple, and in some cases, you may not even need it. 
To start, try pressing and holding your power button for a few seconds. As this resets your radio, you may not even need to look for your code.
But, if that doesn’t work, you can look in the glove box or your owner’s manual. Your radio code should be written on a sticker labeled “Anti Theft Radio Code.” Your radio code is five digits long, containing only numbers. Anything longer or containing letters isn’t what you want. 
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How to look up your 2007 Honda CR-V radio code

But wait, what if you can’t find a sticker? What if you’ve misplaced your manual? 
Don’t panic—you can find your 2007 Honda CR-V radio code a few different ways with a bit of information. To find your radio code, you’ll need your vehicle identification number (VIN) and your radio’s serial number
Looking for your VIN should be quick, it’s typically found in several places in your car or its documents. Check your car’s registration, insurance card, the bottom of your driver’s side windshield, or the driver’s side door jamb. 
Once you find your VIN, you’ll need your radio’s serial number. You’ll first need to turn your car on, but don’t start the engine. Then, press the radio’s 1 and 6 preset buttons simultaneously. Hold for a few seconds until a 10-digit number pops up on the display. Since this all needs to happen at once, you may need an extra set of hands. 
Once you have those numbers written down, you can find your radio could by:
  • Using Honda’s
    online tool
  • Calling customer service at 1-800-999-1009
  • Visiting a Honda dealership or service center   

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