'06 Honda Civic stereo code?

I removed the battery in my 06 Honda civic, after I put the battery back my radio/stereo wouldn't work and it kept on asking for a code to put. can anyone help me out on what code I should put?

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Hi Josiah, I recommend you take a look at the guide on the below website:

http://www.freeradiocodes.com/brands/hon...

It will show you exactly how you can get a radio code for your Honda Civic for free.

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Josiah, give this a try:"

  1. Hit <enter> to insert another list item, and <enter> twice in a row to end the list. To get subitems, repeat the bullet character once for each level of indent you want (e.g. ##)Turn car to ON II(radio powers up)
  2. Hit <enter> to insert another list item, and <enter> twice in a row to end the list. To get subitems, repeat the bullet character once for each level of indent you want (e.g. ##)Turn radio off
  3. Hit <enter> to insert another list item, and <enter> twice in a row to end the list. To get subitems, repeat the bullet character once for each level of indent you want (e.g. ##)
  4. Hold 1 & 6 buttons on radio
  5. Hit <enter> to insert another list item, and <enter> twice in a row to end the list. To get subitems, repeat the bullet character once for each level of indent you want (e.g. ##)While still holding 1 & 6, turn radio on
  6. Hit <enter> to insert another list item, and <enter> twice in a row to end the list. To get subitems, repeat the bullet character once for each level of indent you want (e.g. ##)Write down the 8digit number that should display

Call your Honda dealer and give them those numbers. Or just follow the directions on here. Hope this helps, good luck.

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Many times there is a sticker on the left side of the glove compartment containing the radio code. Check there first, because sometimes the Honda dealer can charge you to look up the correct code.

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Your radio code is unique to your radio, you will need your radios serial number in order to successfully generate a radio code. visit the below website which will explain how you can find out the serial number of your radio and also how you can generate a radio code for your honda civic.

Check it out here... http://freeradiounlocking.com/brands/hon...

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