Good luck, but start looking at junkyards. Sorry that's all the help if any I can be on this. Although it is sort of like when someone asks you for road directions. It's not a huge widesperad problem like in prior years, but definitely still something to consider. Then, the transmission went at 48K miles. He got the serial number and all that info to call the dealership to get the code and the screen wouldn't even let him put the code in. If not luck, remove radio document all number, ie serial number on unit and call local honda dealer.
We went to a mechanic and he told us that the screen is busted. Any interior lights on can prevent the maintenance required light from resetting properly on some year models. So now we're looking to buy a replacement, repair the old one, and sell it. I declined and picked up a cheap gps that I suction cupped to the dash. Wait 10 seconds release the set button, turn ithe ig. Same nav system with the unit mounted in the trunk and the screen mounted in the dash. It wasn't worth it for me to replace everything just for the crappy, outdated gps.
Make sure the label is up when you do that. So he called Honda and the gave him the correct code for my serial number. As you can see the installation kit is meant to go in the area of the redbox on the first picture. So my navigation system has gone out and we've tried everything to get it back up. You can then check it for dirt or such, maybe clean it, and slide it back into the slot it gets pulled in automatically. And make sure to close the door. On a Philadelphia Zoo trip, it guided us into a bad neighborhood.
If it still is, the reset procedure did not take and you'll need to repeat the procedure. I also started having problems with the Navi system in our 2000 Honda. Had it in for service multiple times, but most of those times, it was having a good day, so they couldn't diagnose it. You just know how but you never think how. Posted on May 30, 2010 Don't know your car but clock on a lot of cars is controlled by the other button near the odo reset - press and hold till clock flashes, these buttons are normally near speedo and rev counter normally ignition on engine off then sometimes your button turns left or right to adjust. His computer showed 5 digits for the code.
Also, type in Starbucks, for example, and it will send you 200 miles away. Worst car I ever had. Turn ignition to the off position. It is in the owners manual for this procedure specifically. Though if I remove the entire top portion above the red box there will just be a huge unoccupied space. It had no relationship to the 5 digits obtained from his computer.
You get into a 2005 car and the screen is broken. I'm looking at the installation guide and I see that they give me the bottom panel. Either that or search for images of your car and it's clock. You might check fuse number 11 10A in the passenger's side fuse box. Problem is, most of the time it worked. I just did this yesturday for a friend.
The dealer had a service bulletin to tell me that. I want it to go into the top part where the original screen was. If I remember right I had similar errors as to what you're describing. I think it shares the navi system with the interior light of course, if you interior light is working, that tends to suggest that there is nothing wrong with the fuse, not I'd check it anyway. Though it's pretty tough to find a solid replacement since this car is almost 10 years old.
Apr 13, 2011 Oh are you lucky today! Now it just pops up an error. Now I just use my phone. . Feb 16, 2009 Check owners manual, made written on inside of covers or on radio pages. We have 6 Starbucks in a 5 mile Radius. Posted on Nov 13, 2009 www. I had radio and climate control.
On some Accord models, the maintenance required light may blink once before going out. It added 2 hrs to a 7 hr trip with kids in the car. Honda did nothing but insult me. As you probably know, to get the correct code, you must have the radio serial number. Jan 24, 2010 I just went thru this with my dealer.