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acura cd player is the last to be removed. first start with center console.
push the seats for and remove the 2 screw on the side of console,2 more inside the storage,remove shifter cover and 2 more waiting underneath.remove ashtray,more screws behind,remove center console 3-4in.and now the radio cover is free to be removed. 4 more screw holding the radio.pull slowly and disconnect the wires behind.install in revers order.
dont forget!!! Acura radio have security code.
Disconnection and/or draining of the battery is interpreted by your Jag as a stolen radio so you have to go back to the beginning and reenter the radio code. The CD player problem may go away once the radio is properly identified.
You need to gete the radio security code and enter it in. Just call or drop by the dealer and theye can give you the code or enter it. Should be free but your dealer may vary. When you changed the battery and lost power the radio goes into a secure mode just in case it was stolen. The code should be about 4 digets long so its not a big thing to enter. its keyed to your vin number so the d ealer may want to see that as well as your registtration and maybe a drivers licence depending on how paranoid they are.
This means someone tried to enter the code into the radio 3 times wrong. You have to turn the key into the number one position and leave it ther for 2 hour. You need to make sure the radio is on with the off displayed on the radio. Make sure the lights are off so the battery does not die. I know this **** because i had to do this with my V70 when i bought it. After the two hours the radio will reset and you can enter you code into the radio. If you dont have the code you can get it from a volvo dealer. Just dont let them charge you. It is a free service.
Oribeeboy is spot on for a 100 series Landcruiser - last 3 VIN numbers. Let's say the last 3 VIN Nos were 264 Turn the ignition key so that the radio displays "SEC" then: press "TUNE"and press No1 button on the radio at same time then: press No1 button 2 times then: press No2 button 6 times then press No3 button 4 times Finally hold the "SCAN" button to confirm the code. The radio will then turn itself off. You can then turn it on in the normal way. (Hopefully!)