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If you are referring to the factory supplied radio, it is not a 'component' type radio. It must be removed from the dash and dis-assembled.
How to remove factory stereo from 2001 honda civic?
how do i remove the radio out of my 2001 Honda accord 2.oi v tec to replace with a CD player because it comes up coded
the rear window above the defogger
Best thing to do when the radio is bad, is forget repairing it. Not cost effective. Check salvage yards if you want a factory radio, or just purchase an after market radio, and intall it.
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Yes it is a belt, and the Honda engine is an "interference" engine. Factory recommendation for replacement is at 105,000 miles.
There isn't one unless you install it post-factory.
You will have to remove the radio to see the serial #. Located on the back, side, or top of the radio.
Factory recommendation is 105,000 miles.
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It comes from the factory equipped with a din and a half radio.
An engine diagram for a 2001 Honda Civic is available through a 2001 Civic factory service repair manual. The manual shows how to properly troubleshoot the engine and it's components.
i found that the orange wire is the 12 volt power
If you have 2002 or newer Honda turn the vehicle to the on position. Press the preset buttons 1 and 6 at the same time while turning on the radio. A 10 digit serial number will appear on the radio display. If you have a 2001 or older Honda the serial number is located on the body of the radio unit.
Leave the radio on for 1 hour and it will reset and then accept the 5 digit security code.
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To remove the original cassette player from a 2001 Honda Civic loosen all of the mounting screws to the center console. Remove the screws and any clips. Pull of the center console to reach the bracket for the radio. Remove the mounting screws off of the bracket. Pull out and disconnect the radio.
You will still see the messages on the dashboard message screen but you will not be able to fix them with the radio anymore. the factory radio is not vital but it is helpful to refresh some message board codes. most of the messages can still be fixed without the factory radio.
Use the tip of a ball point pen into the little 'dot marks' on the radio panel area
The factory stock size is listed in your owners manual and on the drivers door post.
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Belt - factory specs call for it to be replaced at 105,000 miles.
The current factory recommended replacement mileage is 105,000 miles.