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Old 09-28-2007, 04:15 PM
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Removing 5th Gen Stereo

I need to get the serial number off of my stereo for the unlock key, and I cannot find a how-to guide. Does anyone know where to find a good guide, or can just give me some pointers..

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Look at the online manual, it may have something. Mine came with aftermarket stereo so I have no clue.
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na nothing in there about that:(
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take screwdriver and softly pry the radio bezel out. (put the screwdriver between the bezel and the dash) there are 4 tension clips that hold it in place, 2 at the top and two at the bottom. (bezel is the piece that surrounds the stereo, climate control, and storagepocket).
There should be 4 screws holding the radio in place, just remove them and you're gold.
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You are exactly right but for future reference NEVER use a screwdriver to pry off dash panels. The sharp edges of the flat blade can and will scratch what your working on. You can go to an automotive store and buy a panel removal tool very cheap <10 bucks. They are wider and all smooth. No damage is a beautiful thing.
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Do you need a code to reinstall your stock stereo?

If you remove your stock stereo, do you need a code or a special key or something to reinstall it? cause i'm planning of putting in my 9883 alpine head unit but i'll think about it twice if it'll make my stock radio worthless....
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You are exactly right but for future reference NEVER use a screwdriver to pry off dash panels. The sharp edges of the flat blade can and will scratch what your working on. You can go to an automotive store and buy a panel removal tool very cheap <10 bucks. They are wider and all smooth. No damage is a beautiful thing.
people that posess common sense will just wrap the head of the screwdriver with cloth and save the 10.
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If you remove your stock stereo, do you need a code or a special key or something to reinstall it? cause i'm planning of putting in my 9883 alpine head unit but i'll think about it twice if it'll make my stock radio worthless....
all you have to do is give the number on the stereo and prove ownership the the guy at your local honda dealer parts counter and he should be able to provide you with a code, most times free of charge.
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