Stock Nav. Radio into Non Nav. Car

Discussion in 'Navigation, Security Systems, & Electrical' started by Balt15Si, Jan 9, 2019.

  1. Balt15Si

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    I've read all the posts about this on here, great stuff, but I didn't see it mentioned anywhere about the navigation antenna, so going from a non nav Si, with premium sound system ( sub ) to a navigation radio from another 15Civic, will I need the navigation antenna? Anything else I may be missing?
     
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  4. Balt15Si

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    Thanks Webby, and where would the security code be for the one that's in the car now? just in case I end up selling it to someone, they will need that right ?
     
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    could be a card stuck in the manual, or commonly a sticker stuck on the side of the glove box. If you don't have it, you can get it from your vin/serial # on the radio

    https://radio-navicode.honda.com/
     
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    Thanks again Webby
     
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    I just read the owners manual and it says if the battery is disconnected that it shpushoul be necessary to put a security code in , but the Nav unit I bought does have a security code for it
     
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    I’ve seen others claim a quick battery disconnect didn’t cause issue, but I’d imagine after a certain amount of time it will need it.
     

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