Question about 1996 Honda Civic
My radio potentiometer went bad. Do you know Potentiometer part number?
You got bad pot. we techs all know pot, (dope is for dopes)
there is no p/n (sure there was, back when) Pot might be NEC? or other brand, and they don't market parts here. like that. no now.
the radio is from Japan (my guess)
and the part is from a supplier, long gone, i bet. (not co. but line of parts, pots are like buggy whips , today.)
newer cars dont have pots. (they have the digital equivalent)
the real problem is finding the correct physical size and ohms.
can be vary hard, has always been. and 10x that if GANGED.
in most cases even the radio maker don't sell parts.
i'd look on mouser.com
and at mcmelectronics.com, top seller of radio and disk player parts.
try cleaning and lubing,it, mcm sells pot cleaner.
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