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Changing battery/radio code
Cycle through the various menus...I think there's a choice you have to enable to get the station info to show. The station freq should, though, like 104.5 on the fm band. Make sure you've selected a broadcast station and not aux input, for example.
on Jan 26, 2018
Ihad a 2008 honda accord
I would change out the ECU box. They are under $130 (or you can buy used one like I did). They are easy to change out yourself and are usually located under the floor mat/carpet on the passenger side. I tried the reset thing on my old 93 Honda several times and when I changed it out completely, my problem was solved.
on Aug 03, 2017
2008 honda accord 2.4 wont crank but battery is not dead...Please HELP!!
Do the easy things first:
Check the cleanliness and tightness of the battery terminals. Also check the cleanliness and tightness of the earth cable - the black cable, both on the battery terminal and where it attaches to the engine block/bodywork.
Loosen the clamp bolts on the battery terminals and 'twist' the cable connectors on the terminals to clean them. (bear in mind that if you disconnect the battery you may lose the radio code..). Retighten.
A poor earth can cause the problems you describe. The electrical system cannot earth itself and consequently won't crank or is difficult/slow/intermittent to crank.
Bear in mind that a completely dead battery / failing battery will still illuminate your dashboard lights.
But .. check that black battery lead first ...
on Mar 07, 2017
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