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Radio in 1992 Honda Accord no longer works. Where can I get it looked at or replaced? Could I install the correct radio myself?

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Try this link: http://www.oemcargps.com/honda-gps-navigation-c-100.html
i found it on google.they supply honda accord radio,gps,dvd player.and offer the installation guide service.

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I'll locate you a stock radio you can pick up at a local salvage yard if you'd care to tell me your zip code.
Honda radios are notorious for burning out, and I am surprised yours lasted this long.
The other route you can consider is going with an aftermarket radio. There are plenty of places that sell them and you can also pick up a harness that matches your vehicles wiring harness so you don't need to do any wiring other than plug it in .

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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    ZappaNut Nov 29, 2008

    also , is your accord a 'DX,LX or EX'?

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