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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unless the Accord was jump started, creating possible power surge to damage radio, it should not of had any relationship to the radio.
But, just in case, would suggest disconnecting battery for 5 minutes, reconnecting battery, reentering radio code and see what happens.
If that fails, hopefully your under 36k miles or got the Factory extended warranty "Honda Care" Service plan, so take to the Honda Dealership to see what they say.
Posted on May 04, 2009
the easy way is remove the radio from the dash leave plugged in remove the anttenna wire from the radio stick a small screwdriver in the anttenna socket and see if the recpetion is better you may have to hold the screwdriver with your hand to be a better antenna if so thier is something wrong with your antenna coax or antenna if not doesnt help then the radio is bad internally
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
your probably in a bad place and you wont pick up a signal like if your out of cell phone range, except your probably out of radio range for am stations.
Posted on Jun 05, 2012
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