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How to Find a 2009 Honda Accord Radio Code

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Matthew Lynaugh
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To find a 2009 Honda Accord radio code, check the glove box and owner’s manual for a radio code sticker. If you are unable to find it, you’ll need to visit a Honda service center or use your VIN and your stereo serial number to retrieve the code
Designed with the purpose of preventing theft, getting locked out of your radio can put a real damper on things if it resulted from your battery dying. We don’t want anyone to be deprived of music or their favorite talk radio show—especially during the morning commute—so if your radio is asking for a code, you’ve come to the right place. 
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Why your 2009 Honda Accord needs a radio code

Although it might not seem like a luxury, the radio is one of the most common items stolen out of vehicles. Your Honda Accord’s radio code acts as a deterrent to prevent anyone from taking it—a radio that doesn’t turn on holds no value after all.
That’s where the radio code comes in. Unfortunately, many drivers don’t even know radio codes exist, let alone know how to find them. 

How to find your 2009 Honda Accord radio code

Thankfully, finding the radio code for a Honda Accord is a relatively simple process. Most of the time, all you have to do is press and hold the power button for a couple of seconds, allowing the radio to reset. This should reboot the system and turn the radio back on without entering a code.
If that doesn’t do the trick, you'll have to dig a little deeper. Head to your glove box and look for a sticker labeled, “Anti-Theft Radio Code Number.” This sticker may also have the radio’s serial number on it, but the radio code will be afive-digit number. If you don’t see this sticker inside your glovebox, check the owner’s manual for it.
MORE: How to reset the anti-theft system on a Honda Accord

How to look up a 2009 Honda Accord radio code

If you can’t find the sticker and have no idea where your owner’s manual is—don’t panic, we've got you covered. You can access your Accord’s radio code by using your vehicle identification number (VIN) and your radio’s serial number.
Your VIN can typically be found on your registration documents, on your insurance card, or behind the windshield on the driver’s side.
To find your Honda radio code by serial number, press the one and six radio preset buttons at the same time while turning the radio on. If done correctly, the 10-digit serial number will pop up on the radio display. 
After you’ve got both of those numbers, you can finally look up the most important number: the 2009 Honda Accord radio code. Here are a few ways to retrieve it:
  • Enter your information into Honda’s
    code lookup tool
  • Call 1-800-999-1009
  • Bring your Accord to the nearest dealer or service center

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