Question about Car Audio & Video
Hello, I am currently repairing a Bose car stereo from an Acura NSX. On the bottom name plate of this car stereo it reads ACURA Accessory P/N:39100-SL0-A000-M1, Ref No.: CM3939. I have found that one SMT part (Q704) has been burned beyond recognition. I already finished replacing the leaking capacitors on the main board. I need help in identifying this burned Q704 located underneath the vertical board that holds the main electrical connector.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Need code for Acura radio?
this should be your code # 24263.. make sure to clear the memory if u have tried entering any other numbers by removeing the battery terminals for a min or so...
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