The official Honda site-instructions for radio/navigation code retrieval. Learn how to find your unique code and reset your Honda audio and navi systems.
If you own a 2013 - 2014 Odyssey or Pilot, they do not require a Radio/Navigation code for system initiation. Please refer to your Owner's Manual for further instruction on Radio/Navigation system initiation.
While there are a variety of reasons your Honda Pilot needs a radio code, the most common 1 is loss of power to the radio.
The radio's serial number is necessary when you contact Honda (800 number or local dealer) and request the code number to that particular radio. I don't own a Pilot but I've h … eard that some Honda radios will display the radio's serial number when you hold down buttons 1 and 6 simultaneously and turn it on.
Good day, I need the radio unlock code for my 2006 Honda Pilot. The radio's serial number is XXXXX 0382 while the car's VIN is 5FNYF18436B027945. I will be very grateful for a prompt response.
The serial number will be displayed. You will need this number and your VIN number to retrieve the radio code. You can either contact your local dealership to get the code or retrieve it online through Honda. For vehicles older than 2001, you’ll have to stop by our service department so our experts can remove the radio from your vehicle and find the serial number on the device.
Honda radio unlock codes. Many Honda radios are equipped with a special anti-theft radio code. This code is not required, unless the radio is removed from the vehicle, or the vehicles battery is disconnected.
Many Honda models will have the radio code listed on a small white sticker inside the glovebox. The five or six digit code will be labeled “Anti-Theft Radio Code.” Enter this code through the preset radio buttons on your radio.
"Proudly serving the automotive industry since 1998". If you own a vehicle, you may find that the audio systems are equipped with an Anti-theft or radio code feature that requires a special "security code" to unlock your radio.