resetting radio on odyssey
Daniel

Auburn, WA

#24 Jul 27, 2011
Hey does anyone have a radio reset password for a 2001 honda odyssey?
suzuki samurai

Shimla, India

#25 Aug 3, 2011
Driveline manufacturing and repair facility in Las Vegas as well as a large four bay automotive differential and drivetrain shop with expert mechanics on staff. We also have the capability to work on large motorhomes and heavy-dutyvehicles.
liner

Bronx, NY

#26 Aug 3, 2011
suzuki samurai wrote:
Driveline manufacturing and repair facility in Las Vegas as well as a large four bay automotive differential and drivetrain shop with expert mechanics on staff. We also have the capability to work on large motorhomes and heavy-dutyvehicles.
Kind of far to go to India, no?
mark 14614

Collierville, TN

#27 Aug 6, 2011
just replaced the battery in my 2006 and it is states CODE on the radio. How do I correct this? there is nothing in the manual.
Masaud

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#28 Aug 23, 2011
support please i have ODYSSY 2006 and i lost the security code card of the radio. Where can i find that number is it in the manual and if yes which book and page.
regards
2004 odyssey

Woonsocket, RI

#29 Oct 18, 2011
Found the plastic card with the radio code on it in the glove box along with other documentation. We bought the van used from a dealership, so I was glad to find it. I am NOT the one who normally deals with auto issues, but my DH hasn't had time to fix this problem and I missed my radio so much that I decided to try to fix it myself. Well I have to say it was pretty easy! I found the fuse box on the passenger side, pulled fuse #11 (I had to use tweezers to get it out), waited a minute, reset the fuse, turned the key to the on position, turned on the radio, saw CODE spelled out, entered the code slowly, and wow! The radio came on!!! I'm actually Impressed that I managed to do this myself. Thanks to all who posted for the information.
Jack honda odyssey 2000

Glen Burnie, MD

#30 Nov 26, 2011
I've got 5 digit radio code in glovebox, does anyone know how to enter it? im trying to - useless...
Marc

United States

#31 Dec 4, 2011
Broomfield Mom wrote:
The radio code is on a white sticker in the glove box. It's a 5 digit code on the right side..
Finally someone speaks the truth. The code is in the glovebox. Press power on for the radio. It will ask for the code. Use the 1-6 station preset keys to type them in.

Took me five minutes to find a sensible answer in this thread. Took me 15 seconds to open the glove box and get my radio back.
liner

Brooklyn, NY

#32 Dec 5, 2011
Marc wrote:
<quoted text>
Finally someone speaks the truth. The code is in the glovebox. Press power on for the radio. It will ask for the code. Use the 1-6 station preset keys to type them in.
Took me five minutes to find a sensible answer in this thread. Took me 15 seconds to open the glove box and get my radio back.
Wait Marc......someone will ask how to enter an 8.....!
Sam

United States

#33 Mar 31, 2012
Broomfield Mom wrote:
The radio code is on a white sticker in the glove box. It's a 5 digit code on the right side...
Thanks for the tip! The code in my owners manual was wrong but the white sticker was correct.
Randy

Roxboro, NC

#34 May 14, 2012
On my newly purchased 2001 Odyssey, here is how I reset my radio after punching in too many bad codes. Pull the radio fuse at foot of passenger side and replace (no need to wait any certain amount of time). That gets the radio back to where it wants the code. My code was found on right side of glove box. Enter the code and magically radio is restored. Thanks to this page it was easily fixed.
2003 Honda Odyssey

United States

#35 Jun 10, 2012
I own a 2003 Honda Odyssey and i found the radio code in my glove compartment; it's a five # on the life side of it.
Lynn

Albany, CA

#36 Jun 17, 2012
My code has a '7'. That's the number I was given after a repair. It's not the original number; the original number doesn't work anymore even though that's the number Honda's website gives me. So how do you enter a '7' when presets are only 1-6?
dmcl1993

Henderson, NV

#37 Jun 23, 2012
you will need to look for a white sticker that has a 5 digit code on top and a much longer one below it (one on bottom is the radio serial No.) The sticker is quite small about 3 inch long and 1 inch wide it can be in a number of different places - inside glove box, under glove box, on the door frames (can be seen with doors open) inside sunglasses holder, on the bottom of back door (can be seen when opened), underside of engine compartment fuse box lid, below steering wheel,(if not in any of those spots look anywhere else you think the first owner might have placed it). it should also be included with the paper work that you should have received when you purchased your vehicle (owners packet) if you cannot find the sticker you will need to have the radio's serial No. this can be obtained by one of two ways, 1st- is to hold down the 1 and 6 preset buttons at the same time while your radio is off then while holding these down power on the radio, if that does not work (in some vehicles it will not), you will need to remove your radio from the dash and find the serial No. listed on it, it will be on one of the sides ie. top, bottom, back, or either side, once you have this No. you will need to call your local Honda dealer to get the code they will ask you for the radio's serial No. and most likely the Vin also, they might also want info to prove you are the registered owner of the vehicle but only if they no longer have your info from when you bought the vehicle or if it is not the dealer you bought it from. after you receive the 5 digit code you need to enter it when the radio says "code" on the lcd if it says error with any No. after it just enter first number of code because the first No. you enter when it says error will go in as the first digit of the code, if you entered the wrong code to many times the radio might have locked you out from entering any more codes if this is the case you will need to disconnect your battery terminals to reset the radio again wait 5-10 mins before reconnecting them, and then proceed with entering your code. also every radio has its own unique code there is no master code so you will have to go through one of these methods to reset your radio's anti-theft lock, there are many websites that say they will sell you the code via email if you give them the serial No. i do not recommend using these sites because many will give you a code that does not work, even if you think it is a legitimate web site because it uses PayPal as its payment method always remember PayPal only protects you when you are buying tangible products it does not protect you when it comes to anything electronically transferred such as a code sent to you via email so if the code does not work your money will most likely never be refunded, and the reason PayPal does not cover electronically transferred products is because people could scam the sites that deal in electronically transferred products because after receiving the right code they could claim it does not work and get there money back and therefor rip off the site. if you can not reset your radio after reading this you will need to take it into a dealer but that should not be necessary if you follow my directions. hope this helps you all, i have went through this before and had a hard time finding the information needed so that is why i have compiled all the info i have on this problem, because it is horrible to not have radio in your car!
Bernie

Parkville, MD

#38 Jul 20, 2012
This site really helps a lot of owners, thank you to those who spend time explaining how todo things right... Godd jo guys! God bless..
Rodert

Queens Village, NY

#39 Aug 15, 2012
I changed my cars battery and the radio said to put a code in can someone please help i cant get my radio to work!
laura

Shreveport, LA

#40 Sep 15, 2012
white sticker in glove box has five digit code as told above
Randy

Homosassa, FL

#41 Sep 15, 2012
mine was on the outside left panel of the glove box...
Alvaro

Winter Haven, FL

#42 Nov 11, 2012
Broomfield Mom wrote:
The radio code is on a white sticker in the glove box. It's a 5 digit code on the right side...
Thanks worked in 1 minute
vin

Toronto, Canada

#43 Dec 30, 2012
i dear friend i have 1999 Honda odyssey but i change the battery then i lost my radio and CD connection but i have code it is five digit but one number is more then 6 (1 to 6) like 9 number ..then how can i do enter 9 number because there is limit 1 to 6 ..please help me how can i do enter 9 number???
i hope any budy give me reply my e-mail address is :
[email protected]

thanks you very much
vin

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