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I need the code for the original stereo honda 1995

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I bought a 95 accord lx with the same radio and it was so hard to get the code. Finally, I just got myself another raido with usb and SD card capacity and this is a lot better than the old radio. I took the connector from the old radio (two hours work) and use the connector to connect my new radio to the speakers.

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