When you hook the battery back up and turn on the radio, it will read code. Turn on the radio. If the display on the radio says "code", then enter the code using the preset buttons. If it doesn't say "code", try pressing the Mode button until 'code' appears. If you can't get 'code' to appear by pushing buttons, you might have to call your local Honda dealer. If you do not have the code, then you will need the serial # off the radio in order for a Honda dealer to supply the code, unless the original selling dealer has a record of the proper code stored. The car came with 2 little cards with the code listed on them.
check with the dealer for the reset codes.
The Kicker 08DS12L72 will certainly fit in your Honda Accord, but older models may make it a tight fit.
Push the power button on the stereo then enter the code
"Battery went dead need code for audio system on a 2003 Honda accord?" I've never participated or contributed to this forum but hope my answer can make a difference?! Option 1) Check your vehicle user manual. There should be a five digit set of numbers written out in ink on one of the first few pages. This is usually the stereo code. Refer to the user manaul for instructions on how to enter the stereo code. Don't be scared to make a misteke, the stereo system lets you make 10 wrong entries after which you have to wait about an hour for it to reset itself then you can try again. Option 2) If the stereo code is not written on the user manual or the code written on the manual is incorrect call the Honda dealership or Honda North America, explain the difficulty you are experiencing. You will most likely be asked to provide your VIN number and some proof of ownership afterwhich you'll be given the correct code. Hope I was helpful? Martin Jr. "Battery went dead need code for audio system on a 2003 Honda accord?" I've never participated or contributed to this forum and hope I can make a difference? I spent the last 20 minutes typing and explaining two options of acquiring and entering Honda Accord stereo codes. While attempting to send the server cut me off and all I typed lost. Can I give you my answer? Martin Jr.
The instructions to install a car audio subwoofer can be found in the manual or the easy way is online. Online you will able to find the information related to the situation.
Go to the Honda Owners website and register your Honda. There you can get the radio code for free.
Every radio has its own code number.. Its a theft prevention thing..
Download a free audio converter (Google that). Once you have one downloaded, follow the instructions ensuring the output source is a mp4.
Go to the Honda website and sign up on the owner's link. There you can get this information.
try this site http://www.modifiedlife.com/1987-honda-prelude-car-audio-wiring-diagram/
To connect an iPod easily to a stock 2000 Honda Civic a cassette audio port can be purchased. The cassette audio connector will still utilize the same radio and allow use of the iPod.
You download realtec or other audio driver and select run in windows XP, then follow any on screen instructions.
Follow the instructions on Youtube.
In Windows Movie Maker, you can separate the video and audio by following these instructions:> Import your video into Windows Movie Maker> Change to Time-line view> Click the + button beside the Video track> Click, hold and drag the audio track down into the Audio/Music track below itNow you will be able to work with the audio and video tracks separately.
Nope....recorded for BladRunner directly
Click on this link... instructions are at the bottom.http://w74.wrzuta.pl/audio/175WfX9lZZ1/blair_waldorf_s_ringtone
Honda do not make the Accent model, that is made by Hyundai, you'd probably have more hope getting an answer if you repost question as Hyundai Accent
MICROPHONE is used to transfer DATA & INSTRUCTIONS to Computer as we speak. SPEECH Recognition softwareinterprets the Audio Signals as meaningful commandsor data.
Not in the vehicle in 2000The good news is that almost all Honda radios from 1995 and up are capable of doing this, there are adapters made for Honda radios these plug into the back of the Radio using the external CD changer plug and with that you can input musicfrom any portable audio deviceTo find the correct adapter just do a search on any search engine forHonda Auxiliary Input ConverterRead more: Which_hondas_have_auxiliary_audio_input_jacks
I have a 1995 Honda accord ex and i switched out the front door speakers and they were 6 1/2" speakers. I do believe the back are 6x9. But another way to find out is to go to best buy and they have a computer in the car audio section that can tell you the stock size for your car. You don't need to cut the wires at all, I just got mine installed in 5 minutes with the adapter speaker plug, I got them from Amazon for 16 bucks but you save a lot of time and you don't mess the wire system of your car with the black tape and stuff.
For the DX Sedan you have 6 1/2 in front door and 6X9 on the rear deck. All sedans have the same size speakers. I don't know about coupes and wagons. A really good place to find out what your car needs for audio is CRUTCHFIELD.com. They have an answer for just about ANY car. Give it a try. Richard.
You need an Audio Converter to do that.During the Publishing/Finishing process Windows Movie Maker automatically converts audio into .wma files. It does not allow you to choose any other audio format.Google: Free Audio Converters and download one online. Install the converter and follow the instructions for conversion. In your case, you want to make sure the Output Source Formatselected is .mp3.