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Old 30 Nov 2011, 03:01 pm
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Default i have a honda accord 1999 and i changed the battery and now the radio says code E?

what am i supposed to do to get it to work?
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Old 30 Nov 2011, 03:16 pm
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OOPS! The anti theft feature has disabled your radio. A Honda dealer can instruct you on how to make it functional again
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