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It lost the voice and or the voice crackles... I had that same problem. Eventually the entire thing will go out. Check to see what brand CD/DVD drive is mounted in the trunk. Mine was Alpine. If yours is too here you go: Alpine Electronics of America, Inc. (800) 421-2284 Ext.860304 or (800) ALPINE-1 (1-800-257-4631) I paid $150 and the entire thing was fixed. I uninstalled the unit that the DVD for the navigation is in then sent it out. I re-installed it and it worked like new. The dealer charges labor and JACKS up the price. Go directly through the maker!
I have 2002 Honda Ody and went thru battery hell and cost of replacing new batteries just to find out that the cheap radio CD player was shorting and rappidly draining all the batteries. The solution for me was install a $120.00 Alpine radio and replace all stock speakers with matching Alpine speakers. It will turn your Van into (The Alpine Room ) This stops the battery problem and the quaility of the sound system makes you forget the hell you went thru and also not hate Honda so much for putting the cheapest radio they could find in a $ 32,000 dollar vehicle.
What year prelude? I have a 95 and I have mine setup with the headunit in the DIN where the original radio was and the brain installed behind the panel behind the drivers seat and ran the wires up under the carpet to the headunit
I'm unsure why this has appeared here as I answered it for you in the Premium section.
For the benefit of others who will read this: This asker borrowed a friend's updated Honda Odyssey GPS software to try it and see if it was worth paying for. Now that the borrowed disc has been returned, the asker has found that his old GPS software no longer works. My answer was basically that once you have installed updated navigation software into your Honda Odyssey you cannot revert back to an older version, not even by using the reset menus which are just designed for wiping old personal data and leaving the system fresh for a new user. Updating is a one way street only and Honda has confirmed to me that there are no hacks or work-arounds.
this year of van had a recall for the transmission because the second gear was getting too hot. It required a dealer to install a special part that spliced into the transmission cooler lines and dumped fluid down the transmission fill plug hole and onto the second gear. Perhaps under high speed, the slice is leaking. Check to see if you have this part and see if the splice clamps are loose. If so, tightening them may help.