The 1993 Honda accord, I believe, does NOT have CD Player. It only have cassette and radio player.
To remove a stock stereo, you will first need to remove the bezel from the stereo. Then, pull the stereo out of the dashboard and remove the wiring harness.
You must remove the front of the dash. Everything around the stereo. Very time consuming. Just remember where the parts and all the screws go when you go to put it back together. It is not that difficult. Good Luck.
Remove the retaining cover from your 2003 Suzuki stock stereo. Remove the stereo retaining screws. Slide the stereo out and remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the stereo.
Follow the instruction in the link to remove the plastic cover http://www.installdr.com/InstallDocs/Honda/PDF/466053.pdf
The stock stereo, from a 2003 Nissan Altima, can be removed by first removing the stereo front cover. Next, remove the four screws. Pull the stereo out and remove the wiring.
Remove the decorative cover to your 2001 Chevy Lumina stereo. Remove the stereo retaining screws. Slide the stereo out and remove the wiring harness. Remove the antenna cable.
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.
screwdriver, and then pull hard enough to rip out the wires and then there you have it. the way to remove a stock stereo the theft version
To remove a stock stereo from a 2005 Honda Civic LX all the mounting bolts need to be off. The center console will have all the necessary screws removed to reach the mounting bolts. When all the bolts are removed the radio unit will slide out.
Plain and simple you dont. The wireing is integrated through out the car and its not a DIY kinda job.
Whatever Honda could get cheapest when they ran out and had to order more.
6.5 fron and rear
Try this: http://mjmautoinnovations.com/honda.htm
6.5" front and back
150 at 5,700 rpm
not much around 120
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.
send this question next week I will be replacing the stock stereo this weekend if weather permits
Front and Rear 6.5 Inch
Assuming we're comparing top trims on either car, and we're also talking the Accord coupe (not the sedan), the Accord would best the Supra by about a second from 0-60.