- You have to remove the 2 screws holding the piece over the e-brake
- then remove the 4 screws holding the piece surrounding the manual/auto shift knob
- then remove the ash-tray and the 3 screws above it that's holding the ash-tray lighting
- by doing that you expose the 2 screws holding the radio, remove those and pul the radio out of it's place
Alot of people would say that there is no point moving the pieces over the e-brake and the shift knob, but without doing that it would be pretty hard to see the screws holding the radio in place.
The slide show pictures when I first opened this page are not a 1990 Accord LX. They must be part of the advertisement to the left. I have one sitting outside at this moment. I don't know what that was but it has no resemblance. That was a much newer model. More like 2000 or newer. Note the nice rounded corners instead of the boxy look of a 1990 Accord LX.
Ok I finally got my CD Player and radio out. If you have a CD player on your 1990 Honda Accord LX, you don't want to damage anything and you don't want to completely disassemble the whole dash of your car then give up. Don't even try. They made that thing integral with the car. I mean they really built that car around that CD Player. You got to get at the screws at the back from behind where you cannot reach. The harness has no connector. The wires run right into the CD Player. They really don't want you removing this CD player. I used a crowbar and busted it out since I am going to junk the car. Just a little warning.
The 1993 Honda accord, I believe, does NOT have CD Player. It only have cassette and radio player.
* Remove the ashtray and ashtray holder * Remove the radio and mounting plate screws and lower the radio and unplug the electrical connector and antenna lead then push the radio out of the dashboard
A common problem for many stock radio is a blown fuse. Find the fuse in the cabin of the Honda Accord and check it's connections to see if it is not burned.
Depending on the year! The stock radio on my 1990 accord required a 4 digit code in order to program. Just obtain the serial number on the bottom of the radio and take it to your nearest Honda dealer and they'll give you the code that's required! A much easier way is to go to the link I will post and sign up at Honda Owner Link. With the VIN number you can get the code for free if it is the OEM radio and you do not have to remove the radio to get the serial number.
Follow the instruction in the link to remove the plastic cover http://www.installdr.com/InstallDocs/Honda/PDF/466053.pdf
stock radio removal instructions are available @ Honda Radio removal instructions. whatever. do a simple search for the blow up diagram and removal instructions. if you are replacing it with a stock unit, ok. but if you are uing aftermarket, check unit info and instructons for any special wiring and plug set usage. really easy if you just look. there are two screws @the back of the radio u have to get a screw driver under the dash directly behind the radio and remove the two screws and the radio should just pull out
There should be a module or something you can purchase to bypass the stock stereo's security system. The answer is yes, it's possible.
Plain and simple you dont. The wireing is integrated through out the car and its not a DIY kinda job.
you have to putt the dash apart starting with the shifter knob, have fun.
a Honda shop?
my 88 2.0 si radio was bolted in from the back and sides. start taking apart the console and get behind it to unbolt it
6.5 fron and rear
Whatever Honda could get cheapest when they ran out and had to order more.
A 1995 Honda Odyssey factory radio stays in place with several mounting screws which are located underneath many panels which need to be removed. When the mounting screws taken off remove the head units mounting bolts which now will be visible. Slide the radio out and remove the stock wire harness.
150 at 5,700 rpm
6.5" front and back
Try this: http://mjmautoinnovations.com/honda.htm
not much around 120
All radio codes are different, contact a Honda dealer.
how do you remove the stock radio on a 1996 lexue es300
Front and Rear 6.5 Inch