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My 2018 accord radio is not active, how can I connect the radio

Radio was not connected at time of purchase.how do I connect to hear the radio

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Remove to see if fuse is not blown ,if ok check radio is connected to car.

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the radio station buttons numbered 1 2 3 4 5 6. enter the 5 digit radio code there. if it locks up or goes to error you must remove the negative (-) battery cable to reset the radio and try again. it will let you try 3 times.

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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SOURCE: Connect iPod to OEM radio for 2001 Honda Accord

Just get the FM transmitter for ipod/MP3 player ( $10-15 in Walmart for example). It will be like an another station in FM at your radio. You can buy even a kit including car charger and fm transmitter in one piece.
Please kindly let me know if you need more info
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Posted on Feb 06, 2009

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Check the fuse box under the hood, one of them should be blown

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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There are 3 fuses in the interior fuse panel that feeds radio.
no. 11(10amp) is ignition switch power to the radio it comes into radio on the TN/LB wire.
no. 27 (10amp) is hot at all times and comes in on OG/LG wire.
no. 12 (5amp) is hot in run or accessory and comes in on YE/BK wire.
Check these with 12V test light at fuse and at radio connector.

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SOURCE: radio wont tune in stations, anttena connected (yes)

Check your grounds.

Posted on Sep 08, 2009

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How do you get the radio to work again?


What went wrong with the old radio that can help determine what direction to go in but ALWAYS START with checking that power is actually being applied.

Have you tested the radio apart from the the car using a 12vDC power supply to ensure the radio actually works.

Did you purchase a harness adapter that plugs into the cars wire harness it normally around $20 and places like best buy would install it for free if you purchased from them even if you have your own radio. (at least it use to be that way been a couple years since I did this).

The next step is to make sure you have each wire connected according to the cars specks first then the radios second.

Make sure that the right power is at the right connection mine had a direct line to battery that was hooked up to fused power cable on the radio and one that was with normal harness

When you tested the power from the car to make sure there was power getting to the radio what where your readings did you have at least the amount specified or slightly higher.

Second is the ground wire firmly connected to metal on the car without paint or anything that could be insulating it from having a good ground connection.

If you have more information makes models speck sheets that would help me with solving your problem faster

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Your radio is fused with two circuits. One circuit provides power when you turn the switch on. The other is a circuit that is on all the time so the clock keeps time, presets for the radio stations, etc... Is there anything else that doesn't work in your car? i.e. dome light, courtesy lights, etc.. anything that would be active without the key being turned on. Recheck your fuses.
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My 04 accords radio will sometimes just go out and then once the clock comes back on then I can turn the radio back on and it will work. Also at night there are times when the whole radio backlight and the...


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Connect iPod to OEM radio for 2001 Honda Accord


They make adaptors that plug into the Ipod so you can play it through your radio.

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Unlock radio code


the radio station buttons numbered 1 2 3 4 5 6. enter the 5 digit radio code there. if it locks up or goes to error you must remove the negative (-) battery cable to reset the radio and try again. it will let you try 3 times.

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