I was having this problem with the Honda radio and I have since replaced it with an after market one. I still have the problem with needing to disconnect the battery for the radio to work for a little...
a new radio?, or used, make and model # , must i guess?
all modes on the radio dead, AM/FM,CD/USB/IPOD jack
ALL, that be the first tests and if all bad that means you lost power.
does the radio scan? show signs its trying? when asked, LCD live? or dead. all i know is the word PROBLEM (vast possible)
did you ask the maker of said radio.
did you follow the new radio's instructions sheet.?
disconnecting the battery, wow !
the radios can have 3 or 4 power pins.
1: Radio power (head end power)
2: dial light (goes to car park dimmer)
3: some have a memory wire, if not connected all programming will be lost. this must go to HOT ALL TIMES line.
4: electric antenna, (it's an output but is power)]
and at least 1 good speaker connected.
and for AM/FM any test antenna or just a wire 12ft long works.
the radio can be bench tests.
1 battery 12v
1 speak or 2.
1 antenna. now can test for days like this..... anyone.
Sep 23, 2013 |
2005 Honda CR-V