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

I have a 2004 Japanese Honda Accord CL-7 series. I disconnected the radio/navigation system system to install a band expander. Now all I get on the screen is a green a green bar with Japanese writing. The TV navigation system or touch screen features no longer work. How can I reset this sytem and get it working again? All features worked before the band expander was installed.

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    my navigation screen shows a green bar with japanese writing after a dead battery. the radio works but not the tv, a/c, gps etc. How can i fix this without going to the dealer? AAnd i dont have the codes.

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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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Ma having a problem with my honda accord cl7 year 2004/
a key light is blinking on the dashboard and the car is not turning on
can you help me please!

Posted on Mar 16, 2010

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RTM read the operators manual, its all there, here is a direct quote.

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all it takes is a dead battery and the world is lost.... sigh...
wow, first ever post here of a photo and for sure clear. wow.
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