Question about 2004 Honda Accord
Check your battery. Flip up the red cover on the positive side of the battery and inspect the battery post for corrosion. If you see a white buildup, remove the cables and clean the terminals with a wire brush. Remove the covers from the top of the battery and check the acid level. If the level is low add distilled water. Put the battery on charge at low amperage for a few hours. If the battery does not hold the charge, you will have to replace it.
PS: If you disconnect the battery cables you will need to reset your radio. Honda provides a 5 digit code to reset. If you bought the car new it came via mail on a small card.
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
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