Question about 2005 Honda Accord
It sounds like something in the output circuit since it is both radio and CD.Obviously it hasn't been doing it from day 1 of getting the car or you wouldn't be just asking now right?The connector is not likely just because it doesn't get touched or anything.It needs repair or you may want to try a salvage yard for a used one or maybe even a whole new aftermarket one (Sony,Panasonic,etc.)For repair you are looking at removal,shipping,repair probably around $40-$60/hour.Parts have at least a 20% markup by repair centers.It may be a $2 part bad too.I would call a Honda dealer or an electronics repair center and they should be able to tell you maybe a little but you can't get an accurate cost unless you send it in.They normally will not charge you to ship it back if you send it and decide not to repair.Good luck! Greg
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