There may be times when your Honda asks for the radio code. This can happen when you change the battery, or if the battery dies completely. Sometimes, if you press and hold the power button for two seconds, the radio will work normally without entering the code. But if it doesn’t, you can retrieve your radio code in several ways:
More often than not, a sticker with the radio code will be placed in or stuck to your glovebox, so this is a good place to look. This sticker will include the radio code and serial number. If it’s not in the glovebox then it might have been stuck to the owner’s manual.
If you can’t find your code, visit Drift Bridge Honda and we’ll find and enter the code for you to get your radio up and running once again.
If you’re on a tight schedule, you can look up the code online by following the below link.
In order to retrieve the Honda radio code, you’ll need your postcode, phone number, email and vehicle identification number (VIN). The VIN is usually stamped onto the chassis of the vehicle, in the engine bay or beneath the plastic trim around the driver or passenger door opening. Most models sold in the UK also have a visible VIN displayed near the bottom of the windscreen.
When you have the right radio code, you can simply enter it and your radio should start working as normal. If it doesn’t, retype the code to be sure you’ve entered the right sequence of numbers. Or, contact Drift Bridge Honda in Gatwick and Redhill for more help and information.