My radio comes in and out, sometimes wont come on at all. It says it is on, but no sound comes out. Sometimes it will be on but no sound is coming out and ten minutes later it comes on full blast with no explination. Or sound comes on but doesnt come out of back speakers, or sounds very faint.
Honda Accord 1992
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You'll need the serial number from the radio which may require you to take the stereo out of the car. Before you take the stereo out, while the ignition is off, press and hold the 1 & 6 on your deck. While holding the buttons turn the car on (make sure the deck is also on) it may flash two codes on the screen. If that's not the case, use a plastic tool to carefully pull the black plastic trim from around the stereo. Once that's off there will be a few screws to remove. Then write down the info from on top of the stereo (I like to take a picture). Call your local Honda Parts department. Give them the serial number and they will give you a code. Sometimes they will ask for prof of ownership.
If you are sure you are getting fuel, this could be a problem with the ignition coil or ignitor. Sometimes when they start to go you get an intermittent problem like this, These parts aren't too expensive and they shouldn't be too difficult for you to replace. You can also check if rotating the distributor to adjust the timing makes any difference.
The sound chip may have gone in the stereo, especially if someone has had it on very loud they sometimes blow, otherwise you have 2 speaker wires touching each other, that way you only get static noise, insidee the door they sometimes come free and touch the body
You must go through your local honda dealer, (usually parts department) give them the numbers off the labels on the radio, along with the VIN number of the car. may have to prove ownership. They can call Honda and get that information for you. Process is alot easier if you someone that works in the parts department, if not the honda parts department, then another parts department at another car dealer.