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My 2004 Honda Accord EX 4door radio w/6cd changer and XM radio stopped working. Fuse is OK. Had problem with display and had scheduled warranty replacement, but battery was changed and now no radio.

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  • churchguy Jul 13, 2008

    2004 Honda Accord am/fm/xm w/6 cd changer stopped working. Had problem with no display but had audio. Replaced battery myself and now no sound at all. Tested fuse OK. Honda dealer says radio died.

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If you know how to disasemble the radio try to open it again and take the new battery out and put it back again and make sure you put everything back correctly since before the audio was working fine,,, or if there's a radio repair near you just take it there and let them diagnose it for you and don't forget to inform them that audio was working before you replace the battery...

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I dont think the radio died if the fuse is intact. here is the guide to install the radio. take the radio out and check the wiring..

http://www.installdr.com/

Thank for using Fixya..

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

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    did it do any good...

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If the repair guys didn't finish the job and fix the radio if that was the point of the repair then I recommend you contact them again or why is the radio missing or not fixed yet?

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