Question about 1999 Honda Accord
I have checked the radio fuse I have rewired it twice.I washed the engine off with pressure washer last night and they were working fine.then this morning I got in car and had no sound at all
If you have a pioneer deck then pioneer tends to mute if there is positive line of the speakers hitting ground
Posted on Dec 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you have to take the radio out t fix this problem i believe its a small led light in the radio , get a small gooseneck map light and face it towards the radio to see the stations cheap fix . when you take out the radio you need the code to get the stations back it has a memory chip in it.mabey this helped
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
Sounds like the CD changer is defective, sometimes the dealer will offer a "one time goodwill" repair when it is out of warranty for miles but not for the time period. Check with the dealer where you purchased the car.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
Lighting of the lcd ? Could be an internal radio component. Check the web - seems to be fairly common with the radio ( made by Panasonic) where there is a small resistor that gets fried and results in the loss of the lighting . The CD changer also has problems.. I should know.. It happened to my 03 Accord also.. You can get a remanufactured unit on ebay for < $100 . Also, there are online tutorials on how to remove the radio. Good luck
Posted on May 27, 2009
P1361: top dead center sensor circuit. The crank positioning sensor and cam positioning sensor are the two components that you want to look at. One of the two parts are cracked and the water is causing a short. Once it dries out, it should go back to normal but you do need to replace the faulty sensor/s.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
Well I just found my solution.... I was a little too quick the first time.
There are 3 fuse boxes for the 2004 Pilot. One on the drivers side, one under the hood, and one on the passenger side. My 15 Amp fuse on the passenger side (fuse #9) was blown thus causing the front AC outlets and the radio/clock/CD player to be completely dead. I pulled the 15 Amp spare from the fuse box under the hood, and replaced the blown fuse in the passenger side fuse box. The radio came on like a champ and I didn't even need to reset the radio code. I figure I just saved at least $100 vs. taking it to a dealer. :)
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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