Question about 2005 Honda Pilot
In my case the solution was a fuse on the passenger side inside fuse box. It is not listed as a fuse for the radio but it is none the less. If your cigarette lighter isn't working either its the fuse. On my 2004 it was fuse # 9 a 15A fuse.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
Same thin happened with my '07 Pilot yesterday. Radio stopped working, changed the 20 amp under the hood, still not working. Took advice from this web site and changed the 15 amp position # 9 on the passenger side fuse box and now radio works!!!!! Wife and kids were charging their phones yesterday in the car which must have caused this fuse to blow. Honda dealership told me it would be an $800 job..... not....Thanks Again!!!!
Posted on Jun 10, 2013
Thanks for the tip, i had same problem and it was the fuse number 9 on passenger side, switched it with another temp. to start the radio, root cause is charging a phone i,e, (cigeratte lighter).
Posted on Mar 28, 2014
Hondas have a security device that goes to the radio power, look in your owner manual and it should tell you something like how to reset the radio anti heft or something. it is an anti theft for the radio!
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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