How to remove the cd player from Honda odyssey EX 2002 model
I want connect a Ipod adapter to my honda Odyssey van's CD player , which will be connected to CD changer port. I'd like to to know the opening of the CD player from the dashboard in my Honda Odyssey EX 2002 van. My van doesn't have any navigation built in. Its a single CD player in the van.
Re: how to remove the cd player from Honda odyssey EX...
The trim panel that surrounds the radio and contains the climate controls and possibly 1 or 2 other switches needs to be removed. Apply gentle, even pressure on the edges and gradually move to the other edges, and the clips should pop out.
I would advise against unplugging the climate controls or radio however other switches can be unplugged safely.
Once the panel with the climate controls is removed there should be 4 phillips head screws holding the radio in place; remove those and you should be golden.
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this solution sound to simple but could cause you to loose info that you have store in other option but just like a computer that is locked up just REBOOT disconnect battery BUT only if you or person doing it knows what they are doing. You will have to reset the simple thing like the clock but there are other thing like the radio that needs a pass word (maybe not my 99 olds uses one as part of the anti theft package) if you have not change it you will have to get the factory pass word. good luck .Some parts stores or battery stores may be able to help with info on what to do after re-connecting battery
Honda radio codes are located on a code card located in the glove box. This code
card looks like a white credit card. I have also seen dealerships place the code
on a label that can be placed on one of the sides of the glove box, in one of
the door jams, in the trunk along the bottom of the rear package shelf or on the
the trunk lid. Your stereo code is 62322.
However best would be to take the serial number behind the radio, call honda dealer
at parts be nice to the guy & he should give you the the code. sometime they don't
give, maybe it stolen radio, if you know somebody at a dealer its gonna be faste.
Another otion is to go to the site https://radio-navicode.honda.com/, punch in your serial no. & obtain the code. You will need to keep the following information handy
iPod Nano is aangesloten op de Pioneer Car CD Player, je ziet het menu van de iPod er wel op. Maar de Pioneer Car CD Player speelt de muziek van de iPod niet af, maar de muziek van de Radio wel.
Dus wat kan ik er aan doen zodat het geluid wel wordt afgespeeld.
I have an 07 honda odyssey EX-L with a 6 disc CDchanger. It currently has 4 CD's inside. None of them will play. Theradion and DVD work fine but I cannot even choose to play the CDs. They will not load nor eject.
You lucky lucky person! I am an automotive diagnostic tech,and have delt with this problem literally hundreds of times.you need to remove the head unit and changer from the vehicle this is easier said than done. the front of the dash has to also be removed and those attention-paying-down-to-the-last-detail engeneers and designers were thing job security on this one look in and remove the vent grills for most of the retaining screws holding the front together after its apart and the units are out look on the bottoms and call your local honda dealers sefvice. tell them the number then they will tell you your codes.enjoy you will hate your car after this, caution, your dash will squeek like theres no tomorrow if ALL of the screws are not reinstalled.