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It is very important to enter the code correctly because if too many incorrect codes are entered the radio will permanently shut down. After each successive failed attempt it will take progressively longer before a new attempt can be made.
The procedure for entering the code is related to the radio rather than the car and the type of radio is likely to differ depending on trim level and territory.
The first code number will be entered using the first button, pressing it repeatedly until the display is 6 - - -
The second digit is produced by the second button and so on.
Once the correct code is displayed it usually must be committed to the radio memory by pressing another button but different radios have different button requirements. I strongly suggest you look in the vehicle handbook, carry out further internet research or visit the dealer to ensure you know the exact method of code entry.
on Nov 15, 2017
Where is a crankshaft position sensor located?
I don't see a parts listing for a Crankshaft position sensor...are you sure that's what you are looking for? They are usually located in one of two places on any car, either behind the harmonic balancer or in the middle of the block above the oil pan, usually on the backside of the motor.
on Jan 13, 2014
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on May 06, 2012
Rear speakers wiring color codes
Here's all of them for you to be sure. I hope this helps you and good luck.
1995 Honda Prelude Stereo Wiring
6 1/2" Doors
Left Front (+)
Left Front (-)
Right Front (+)
Right Front (-)
6 1/2" Rear Deck
Left Rear (+)
Left Rear (-)
Right Rear (+)
Right Rear (-)
on Mar 30, 2011
What will I need to
Replacing the Rod entails tearing your whole motor down, removing the Crankshaft, replacing the Rod Bearings, Rod and Piston and it is not cost -effective to do all that labor for just one Rod. You are better off replacing the whole motor than just fixing the one part. The most cost-effective solution I found that alot of people are doing, is to find a Engine Shop in your area that sells used Japanese Engines Imported from Japan. The engines are used, but only average about 30K miles on them, because in Japan they have very strict Smog and Emission Laws and when a vehicle in Japan reaches 30K miles, they mandatory have to pull out the old motor out and replace it with a new one, which leaves thousands of perfectly good Japanese engines to use as replacements. A good used Motor runs anywhere from $400-600 dollars plus labor, unless you are Mechanically Inclined and you can do the install yourself. I replaced two Hondas and one Ford (Mazda) Festiva motor using this method and never had a problem with them ever.
on Aug 13, 2010
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