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I have a honda accord coupe 2004 with the navigation system . The screen says "please insert disc" . I can't program any stations, change the ac settings or obviously work the navigation system . What do I have to do?

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Where is the disk?

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your best possible solution is to take it to the dealer they most like ly will have to download a programing patch to repair the problem.

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Hi,welcome fix ya. the correct disc for your pilot has a black label and the version should be between 2.11c to 2.60 any other disc will not work in your unit. If there is anything else I can help you with let me know.

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SOURCE: 2004 Japanese Honda Accord CL-7 series. Need to reset nav system

You could take the car to a dealer(Ali Bhai Motors in Karachi) who has the software disc to reinstall. I had a some what similar problem when I was changing the battery and the screen died

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Same problem with my 2007 Accord

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Unplugging or rebooting won't solve the problem. Call Alpine Electronics. They are the manufacturer of the Navi System. They will replace it for about $160. Check their website online for their phone number.

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