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There is an anti-theft system tied into your radio. When the battery goes dead, you have to reset your radio with a code. there is a code in your manual that has to be typed in. If you don't have the manual, go to the dealer. They will find the code, for free. Then, look in the manual. You have to type in the code, then hit a button or two, then the radio will come right back on. then you can reset the clock too.
Note the radio anti-theft code & station settings;
BE SURE YOU KNOW HOW TO RESET THE ALARM;
Be willing to reset the clock;
clear the MIL code, then:
remove the negative battery cable for one minute during which time, to clear any capacitor stored elctricity, then re-attach the battery cable and reset the alarm, radio settings and clock.
If that does not solve the problem, replace the fuel injector control module.
just press the clock button for a few seconds then press it again for few seconds and it should stop blinking once it stops blinking press the clock button down again and hold then once it starts blinking release the clock button and adjust the hours and minutes
try taking the radio out and looking on the top for the parts number. call Honda and tell them what is going on and they will give you a 4 digit code that will reset the radio. i had the same problem with my 05 civic, did that and it worked for me. good luck
YES. THERE IS. BUT IF YOU HAVE A RADIO CODE. NOW IS THE TIME TO RETRIEVE IT AND WRITE IT DOWN. AFTER THAT IS DONE THEN DISCONNECT THE BATTERY CABLE MARKED NEGATIVE AND WAIT ABOUT 10 MINUTES. RECONNECT THE CABLE AND THE COMPUTER WILL HAVE ERASED THE CODES. RESET THE RADIO CODE AND RESET THE CLOCK AND YOUR DONE. HOPE THIS HELPS YOU OUT. LET ME KNOW. BEST OF LUCK
hi from uk to reset clock ? there are two buttons/stalks? on the speedometer clock the left one is for trip reset and the right one is for clock reset/alter time to alter twist left for hrs reset and right for minutes it springs back to neutral when you let go hope this helps ?
Get a boyfriend stop jumping the car...JUST KIDDING. You must have a reset button, it's not very big , you can push the reset with a pin, it's a small cercle on the right hand side of your radio. Try that and let me know