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Old 10-12-2014, 06:08 PM
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2088bob, I had to laugh as it looks like an exact post I would have written with so much disregard for this model year Accord. I found this post after spending hours trying to find the radio fuse and came upon your post. Yes, I figured it out. The radio just plain locked up and had to be re-booted. So, just remove the "backup lights" fuse and it will remove power to the radio. Wow! How come I didn't think of that. Yes, now it powers up but need to find a security code to enable it.
This car will never go 200-300 miles, NEVER! A Ford, absolutely YES, but not this thing. It's just falling apart everywhere. Plastic interior parts all placed in the door cubbies because my daughter didn't know where they came from.
Yes, my last Honda. It's like an i-phone cult. There is nothing to offer comperd to other brands. Maybe the new ones are better, but I will never know.
 
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Old 10-13-2014, 12:52 PM
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Imagine that having to pull the back up light fuse to reboot radio is it too much to ask to have a fuse marked radio


and like I said that oil percentage usage thing is useless one lady I know has a late model CRV it did not tell her to get her oil changed until 25000 kms are you kidding me


I drive a ton of kilometers every year I average anywhere from 75000 to 100000 kms a year ( Service tech) I have always maintained my 3000k oil change policy and have never ever had a high mileage related engine failure and most of my stuff has between 300 and400 thousand k on it when I get rid of them I sold one of my trucks to a family member with 350 ks and he put another 150 k s on it got rid of it when the body was done Transmission fluid exchanges every 30000 k s and coolant changes every year this current truck has 355000 ks on it transmission has never been touched and still original rad


any way I did figure out the radio thing and the rest lets just put it down to not buying into the Honda love thing
remember some people swear by their Hondas and some people swear at their Hondas


I think you have figured out which category I fit into


regards 2088bob
 

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Old 07-12-2018, 12:43 AM
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question is does this fuse #15 also control the kwyless entry and door locks?
 
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Old 07-12-2018, 06:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Trey Simmons View Post
question is does this fuse #15 also control the kwyless entry and door locks?

Under-hood Fuse No. 15 protects the following circuits:


Audio Unit, Audio-HVAC Sub Display Unit, DLC, Driverís Door Courtesy Light(4-door), Driverís MICU, Front Passengerís Door Courtesy Light (4-door), Fuse 5 inPassengerís Under-dash Fuse/Relay Box, Gauge Control Module, HandsFreeLinkControl Unit (Navigation), Immobilizer-Keyless Control Unit, Microphone(Navigation), Navigation Display Unit (Navigation), Navigation Unit (Navigation),Passengerís MICU, Power Window Master Switch


The power door locks, keyless entry, and security system are part of the multiplex integrated control system. So, yes it will affect the Power Door Locks/Keyless Entry.
 
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Old 07-12-2018, 08:07 PM
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To anyone having issues with their radio not working out of the blue it is the radio internal computer system locking up. On my daughter's 2008 Accord I found it is not a blown fuse. Just disconnect the battery for about 5 minutes, reconnect it and the radio will work again. You'll have to put the radio code back in to make it work again. Hours wasted looking for a blown fuse and all it was is a voltage spike locked it up.
 
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Old 07-27-2018, 07:15 AM
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Originally Posted by smpcorp View Post
To anyone having issues with their radio not working out of the blue it is the radio internal computer system locking up. On my daughter's 2008 Accord I found it is not a blown fuse. Just disconnect the battery for about 5 minutes, reconnect it and the radio will work again. You'll have to put the radio code back in to make it work again. Hours wasted looking for a blown fuse and all it was is a voltage spike locked it up.
Thank you for this info. My radio completely died on me last week while I was driving on my 2009 Accord. Iím going to try this today when I get home from work.
 
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