Question about 2002 Honda Odyssey
I looked in the engine compartment fuse box (on passenger side) and there was no #10 or radio fuse. Under the dash, I did not find the other 2 fuse boxes. Just some wire connections which did not cut power to the radio for the needed radio error code reset. Instead I found an alternate solution to the need for cut power to reset the radio code error lock. If you turn the ignition to the accessory position (engine NOT running) and leave the locked radio ON for 1 hour, the radio error lock will reset and you will then be able to enter the correct code for restoring radio function for my 2002 Honda Odyssey.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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