Question about 2004 Honda Accord
My son borrowed my car and "somehow" the battery died and needed a jump. The clock blinks and the radio doesn't work. I bought this car used with no owners manual. Any ideas ??
Hi. Jumping the battery when the radio is turned on will often cause a problem. I would check the fuses for the radio first as one of them may have blown. Regarding the clock it is blinking and needs to be reset.
Since this is a relatively new car I recommend going to a book store and purchasing the service manual for Honda which includes the 2007 models. This will you how to reset the clock. Then keep the manual in the glove compartment for all future reference.
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