No radio will work in my car: Light just come on that it not even on the screen.
I took out my stock car radio and put in a after market one and it didnt work so i tried putting my stock radio back in and it wouldnt work, all that happens is the lights come and that it, but not on the screen and i checked my fuses too.
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Re: No radio will work in my car: Light just come on that...
If you've used the loome plugged into the car check that the wires line up and the car has enough wires most new head units have 6 wires while most older cars only have 5 therefore you need to bypass the stereos ignition wire by joining it to the live wire and reconnecting all other wires as they would on the loome
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The reason that you can't get the pressing pedal three times to work is
because you took out the stock radio. When you take out the stock radio
you mess with its programing abilities. I hope you kept the stock radio
because if you ever need work done to your car that involves programing
certain things like your cluster you will need your stock radio back in
it for it to work
Check your instrument panel fuses. #18 AC it controls your clock, antenna, radio, and power rear view mirror. If the fuse is OK then it is most likely an internal failure in the clock. I offer an affordable repair service and have the removal instructions. Check out www.autoclockrepair.com
Did the clock stop working immediately after the radio install? If so then it sounds like a fuse may have blown. If not then it is most likely a clock issue. I have 4runner clock removal instructions at my website: www.autoclockrepair.com Drop me a note if you have any questions!
The only place to get the antitheft code is from your Honda dealer. This keeps crooks from stealing and selling radios! Just go to the Honda dealer service department, in person, and have the VIN number of your Honda. They can look up your radio code and get you back up and running...!
Remove wood console panel using 2 flathead screwdrives but be careful not to crack wood (be patient). Pry on the edges evenly and you'll notice it pop out. Once removed there should be several 10mm screws exposed. Remove them and have a box handy to put the screws and bolts in so you don't lose them. Pull out radio and unplug wire harness. I have an after market DVD monitor and DVD player in my LX470. I like it much better than the stock radio. You should consider after market it's much cheaper than the Nakamichi radio and easier to replace in the future.
The air bag light is flashing, because you unplugged the "pass. air bag indicator " light. You will need to go to dealer to have it erased. As far as the radio and a/c not coming on, did you leave something unplugged ?? or did you pinch a wire by accident causing fuse/fusible link to blow?? check fusible links in IPDM box. which is right by the ECM/computer next to the washer bottle top.