I hope by now, you have written the code somewhere so you won't have to go back again. It would've been smart to write down the code the first time they gave it to you and kept it somewhere safe.AcuraImport said:That sucks White98LS. When I lost my code I just called up my local dealership and they had it on file. I gave them my vin and they gave me the code over the phone. I was a little surprised it was that easy to get it in the first place, but the second time it happened they made me come in with proof of ownership before they gave me the code. Oh well, they didn't charge me anything for it. I guess i should have learned my lesson the first time.
Marshall Faulk said:I need it.
well played...asianpride559 said:not to be a dick..
Damn right i wrote that shit down. I never make the same mistake more than once. It is now resting safely in my safekiddo118 said:I hope by now, you have written the code somewhere so you won't have to go back again. It would've been smart to write down the code the first time they gave it to you and kept it somewhere safe.
HAHAHA, sorry i work at an acura dealer, so this is very funny to me.White98LS said:Haha wow, that's a funny story! Good deal for you.
I just love Acura dealers.... charging $50, $80, even $100 to give you a radio code for your own car.... they even wanted $100 to use their diagnostic engine device on my car (a simple plug in and read operation). I told them I'd put a paper clip into the plug and find out for myself what was wrong.
Believe it or not, when my stock CD player stopped working, even after I told Acura which error code it read, they said they could "externally inspect it" - I guess they can push buttons better than I can - but for anything internal they would have to send it to Acura - for $425 and a 6 week turnaround. I told them to fuck themselves and bought a nearly brand new stock deck with code for $50 shipped.