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Why Pilots Say 'Roger' On Radio:
- In 1927 'Roger' was used to represent the 'R' in 'Received' and was used by the pilot to let the radio operator the pilot had received and understood the instructions. It was used primarily during WWII because not everyone understood English. In 1957 'Roger' was replaced by 'Romeo.' 'Roger Wilco' means 'I received your instructions and I will follow them. Wilco is also an abbreviation of "Will Comply".
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I'm doing this from memory since it's been about four months since I actually did this. This is for a 2005 LX. EX procedure may be slightly different. Disconnect the negative… battery cable and make sure it can't come back into contact with the negative battery terminal. 1) Remove the plastic tab (where a push button probably is for EX model) to the upper right of the radio. 2) Carefully pry off the plastic piece which surrounds the stereo. I used a thin screwdriver and sock, and slightly scraped things up. In hindsight I should have used a specialized pry tool for removing such things. I think there were four or five places where this plastic panel is clipped into place. 3) After you get the plastic panel pried off, slowly remove it. You will need to disconnect the three wire harnesses connected to the buttons / indicators on the plastic panel. 4) The plastic panel should now be out of the way. Remove the four mounting screws holding the radio in place. 5) Slowly slide the radio towards you. Disconnect the wire harness and the antenna. 6) You should be ready to install a new stereo. As a side note, when pulling the wire harnesses apart be sure to pull from the plastic connectors and not on the wires. If you pull on the wires, they may come loose from the harnesses. If you are hooking up an aftermarket stereo, be sure to use a wire harness to connect from the aftermarket stereo to the Pilot's harness (otherwise you'll end up having to cut off the Pilot's wire harness which isn't ideal). I'd also recommend soldering and heat shrink tubing the aftermarket stereo's wiring to the aftermarket stereo's wire harness. It takes a while longer than the crimp or electrical tape method but ensures a robust connection and no electrical shorts when done correctly. My aftermarket stereo has a power antenna connection. This needed to be connected (the Pilot's antenna is part of the rear window and thus isn't powered) because there is a signal booster which requires power (otherwise you won't be able to tune into any AM stations and will get very poor FM reception).
\n . \nEach radio in each vehicle has a distinctive code that only works with that radio. Contact the dealer that sold this Honda and see if they have a record of the code. L…ook around in the car for the 5 digit code written down somewhere. If you cannot find it g o to the Honda Owners website and sign up. After you sign up you can get the code for free. Click the link.
Wiley Post, also an Oklahoman. Please see related link below!
First check to see if the dealer (or prior owner) may have written it down somewhere in your owner's manual. If not, I'm told that on the newer model years, that when the word… "CODE" is displayed in the tuner window, press buttons 1 and 6 simultaneously. The number that is displayed is the radio serial number. Either call Honda's customer service 800 number, or go to your local Honda dealer - give them the serial number and they should be able to supply you with the unlock code. If that doesn't work you will have to retrieve the radio serial number off the tag that is either on the back or the bottom of the radio case. You will have to slide the radio out of the dash to get to them. Look in the glove box and it should be located on the side on a white label. If not you can go to the Honda Owners Link and get it once you sign up.
"Roger" means okay as to say "I understand." "Out" means I'm gone or done with this transmission and the radio is clear for others to use or to respond back.
A Honda dealer should be able to give you the code once you give them the vin# This happens whenever you lose power
Will Rogers pilot was aviator Wiley Post.
The name was Wiley Post. I know Wiley is a weird name huh?
No need to go to or call the rip off dealership or pay anyone for free info. Once you have the Uxxx Lxxx code from the steps described on the above web page, take just the 8 (…numbers) without the U and L, and go to Or first open your glove box and check the drivers side of the glove box for a sticker with the code on it. Enter the 5 digit code and the radio should start right up. Retrieving Your Code You can retrieve your code using this website by providing identity verification and vehicle information in a few simple steps. Information You Will Need Vehicle VIN NumberPhone Number and Zip Code matching those on fileDevice Serial Number You can retrieve your code using this website during the following hours: Monday to Friday 4:00 AM to 9:00 PM PST (Pacific Standard Time) 4:00 AM to 6:30 PM on Saturdays PST 4:00 AM to 9:00 PM PST on Sundays. First look in the glove box as there should be a small label on the side with the code listed. If not, you can get the code for free. by simply signing up at the Honda Owners Website. Click the link I will post.
His pilot friend was Wiley Post. They were killed on August 15, 1935 when their airplane crashed in Alaska.
It means "I understand." "Copy that" means the same thing.
It provides communication with air traffic control centres along the plane's route. Without it - there would be no way to warn the pilot if there was another plane on a collis…ion course, or if there was bad weather ahead, or if the plane was too low to fly over a mountain etc...
When the space shuttle reenters the earths atmosphere what does the pilot say over the radio it starts with goin through .......?
usten were coming home
Roger Peterson - pilot - died in 1959.
Roger Peterson - pilot - was born in 1937.