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When I bought my 04 accord, the backlight on my dash screen(the display for the cd player/ac unit etc..) wasnt working, which cut a lot off the price...
The dealer gave me a number for an oem place where I could purchase a new unit for about 450 bucks...
I was just wondering maybe if there was a way I could fix it or replace something. Maybe save myself some cash. Not sure if its possible, but just thought I'd ask and hope someone has had the same problem and avoided having to replace the whole thing.
I'm not an expert with vehicles, so please be as descriptive as you can
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dude..everybody had tat problem.
call honda america and tell them the problem.
tell them that they need to fix it for free cuz its a problem on thur part.
and if your car is under 70,000 miles they will do it.
cuz when this happened to me, i was sitting at around 68,000 and the lady i talked to at honda america said lucky i didnt wait till i was over 70,000 cuz if i did, they wudnt replace it for free.
2003 Honda Accord Coupe EX
Alpine 9881 w/ IPOD Adapter
Yellow Top Optima
2 12 inch Kicker L7
2 Farad power acoustik cap
8000K HID KIT
Tru 35% Tint
Smoked TailLights (Candy Paint Black)
Injen Short Ram Intake
HFP Front Lip
Press and hold the cd changer/player button for 5 seconds.
Sounds like it's in stealth mode.
Many dealers don't know this.
But if you press and hold the changer button for 5 seconds, the radio will beep and the display goes blank.
As far as I know, this in only for the 7th gen accord.
Also, if you hold down the unlock button on your key that will roll all the windows down
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