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Old 10-03-12, 08:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I need help stereo code!

Hey can anyone help me to get my radio code? I have an Acura vigor 93


The Serial No. 19053
Ref. No. CQ-YH1210A
Model No. 39100-SL5-A130-M1
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Call the dealer and give them those numbers and they can give it to you.
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I think the best move that you can do is to contact your vendor, but you may also visit radio-code dot com and other website that look radio code. So expect they'll ask for payment.
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I think the best move that you can do is to contact your vendor, but you may also visit radio-code dot com and other website that look radio code. So expect they'll ask for payment.
$24.99 seems a bit excessive.
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$24.99 seems a bit excessive.
I remember back in 1998 Acura charged me $75.00 for the code. Talk about rapist... Or maybe it was just the AV guy I was using that over charged me and claimed it was acura.
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I have a guy who has fixed several of the 2200 radios that I've brought to him told me he would give me codes if I never needed one. In fact, I have a radio in my garage right now that I need the code for. I need to see if he will come through for me.
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I have a guy who has fixed several of the 2200 radios that I've brought to him told me he would give me codes if I never needed one. In fact, I have a radio in my garage right now that I need the code for. I need to see if he will come through for me.
Nice... Gotta love the hookup.
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$24.99 seems a bit excessive.
Yeah... I think that's desperate move he can do. But for me, I'll contact the vendor, still almost 25 dollars can buy other things.
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In my legend the stereo code is on a manufacturer sticker, located on the left hinge to the trunk lid. Maybe yours is also. Good luck.
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i can look up radio codes for established members. meaning, have some posts under your belt before you PM me or be a contributing member.

there are certain rules to looking up codes and since i don't know (any) of you personally, i don't think it's too much to ask that you do more than pop in, post once for a code, and leave without so much as a f/u. i can't do much to contribute except from my own personal experience (which is limited with these cars), so i will do what i can.

don't ask, because i won't tell.
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Call Acura's 800 number, they should give it to you free. They may ask you to fax them your registration and copy of your drivers license to verify that the car is yours. Then create an account on the acura owners site and enter the code so you can retrieve it easily in case you forget it.

The only reason a dealer should ask for payment is IF they have to pull the radio out to get the serial number.
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