Question about 1999 Honda Accord
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it looks like that you cooling fan is not working, check the fan when temperature is up if its not working than check the fuse for the cooling fan, if its ok than check the current at the fan end if you fund the current the fan is faulty replace the cooling fan.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
Press and hold the CLOCK button until you hear a beep. Change the hours by pressing the H (Preset 4) button until the numbers advance to the desired time. Change the minutes by press the M (Preset 5) button until the numbers advance to the desired time. When you are finished, press the CLOCK button.
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Adjust the hours by pressing and holding the CLOCK button, then pressing the H (Preset 4) button. Adjust the minutes by pressing and holding the CLOCK button, then pressing the M (Preset 5) button
You can quickly set the time to the nearest hour. If the displayed time is before the half hour, press and hold the CLOCK button until you hear a beep, then press the R (Preset 6) button to set the clock back to the previous hour. If the displayed time is after the half hour, the clock sets forward to the beginning of the next hour.
For example: 1:06 will reset to 1:00 or 1:52 will reset to 2:00
Hope this gets you there.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
SOURCE: code radio honda civic 2004
you will need the radios serial number which is located on top of the unit itself. Then take that number and any Honda dealer will be able to give you the new code. Sometimes it is on a sticker with your owners manual. i am still a tech and we run into this all of the time on Hondas.
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
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