'03 odyssey radio power problem??

'03 odyssey radio power problem??

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finman

Hollis, NH

#1 Jan 11, 2007
Anyone seen or heard of this? One minute the radio is working fine. Stop, park, come back an hour later and the power to the radio is gone.
Fuse tests and works fine. No indicator on radio is on, not even the one that would show if the battery was disconnected and the radio code would need to be entered. Everything else in the car appears to be ok.
tarahals

Marblehead, MA

#2 Mar 2, 2007
we have a 2004 odyssey...after jumping car because interior lights were left on, radio completely dead.....fuses are fine everything else in car fine.
Joe

Memphis, TN

#3 Mar 23, 2007
I've got a 03 with the same issue, jumped the dead battery while the alarm went off...I was ready to enter the 5 digit code, but the radio won't even power on. Vcr powers on to eject tape, but won't work. I would replace radio with aftermarket, but I don't want to loose my entertainment sys.
tarahals wrote:
we have a 2004 odyssey...after jumping car because interior lights were left on, radio completely dead.....fuses are fine everything else in car fine.
Amy

United States

#4 Apr 1, 2007
We have a 2000 Odyssey. The radio stopped working months ago. I couldn't figure out what the problem was! The radio's anti-theft light was blinking. The CD won't even power on. That is it! no one could listen to the radio or use CD any more. Anyone have this issue? Our battery was in an working condition. Sigh!!! I couldn't believe that this is happening. I owned many cars, this is the 1st time a radio dies on me....

Please help!
Joe

United States

#5 Apr 6, 2007
Ha Ha Ha, it was a fuse. Fuse #9 on the passenger side, ACC SOCKET, to be exact. I replaced it & now the stereo & vcr work again. Be sure to check all your fuses, not just the stereo fuse. I can't believe I drove around without music because of a stupid fuse!!!

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Nancy

Brooklyn, NY

#6 Apr 8, 2007
Joe wrote:
Ha Ha Ha, it was a fuse. Fuse #9 on the passenger side, ACC SOCKET, to be exact. I replaced it & now the stereo & vcr work again. Be sure to check all your fuses, not just the stereo fuse. I can't believe I drove around without music because of a stupid fuse!!!
We had the car jumped and now the radio shows ERR. Of course we pressed a million buttons.
Where is the fuse? Under the hood? Where do I get a new fuse? Any auto parts supply store or Honda only?
Sarah

Cedar Hill, TN

#7 Apr 24, 2007
You know the deal...new battery no code in owners manual or sticker anywhere on the car. Please help!

Since: Apr 07

Virginia Beach

#8 Apr 24, 2007
tarahals wrote:
we have a 2004 odyssey...after jumping car because interior lights were left on, radio completely dead.....fuses are fine everything else in car fine.
Wow you have a 2004. Do you know where the AC adapter outlets are?? I really can't find any in my van.
Mike

Saint Louis, MO

#9 Jun 11, 2007
The radio in our 99 has not worked for 7 months along with the car lighters. I took the advice and checked fuse #9 and it was blown. I took the 15 (license plate light) from the one next to it and the radio finally asked me for the code. After inserting the code it works again. We have not had a radio for 7 months. I did not look at that fuse because it was hard to get to and the ACC did not seem like the fuse that would fix it. Now I just need to go get another fuse.

Thanks,

Mike
Julia

Rogers, TX

#10 Aug 7, 2007
Joe wrote:
Ha Ha Ha, it was a fuse. Fuse #9 on the passenger side, ACC SOCKET,...
What a great post! Thank you!!! The radio in my 2003 Odyssey just displayed these symptoms (radio not working but Anti-Theft blinking) 2 days ago. I was suspecting a fuse but couldn't come up with a good match from the fuse description in the manual. I did a web search on 'Odyssey radio fuse' and found this info, took the spare 15A fuse and put it in the #9 slot and no more driving in silence. What does ACC stand for anyways?
john

Bossier City, LA

#11 Aug 9, 2007
you guys saved me - i was about to spend 20min in 100 deg heat pulling and checking every fuse due to no radio power and there you guys were - thanks alot - the internet isn't just for porn hahahaha
Jovani

Gilroy, CA

#12 Sep 10, 2007
Joe wrote:
Ha Ha Ha, it was a fuse. Fuse #9 on the passenger side, ACC SOCKET, to be exact. I replaced it & now the stereo & vcr work again. Be sure to check all your fuses, not just the stereo fuse. I can't believe I drove around without music because of a stupid fuse!!!
Great post! Thank you. The fuse puller and the extra fuse is in the main fuse box under the hood.
cgs

Atlanta, GA

#13 Sep 10, 2007
Amy wrote:
We have a 2000 Odyssey. The radio stopped working months ago. I couldn't figure out what the problem was! The radio's anti-theft light was blinking. The CD won't even power on. That is it! no one could listen to the radio or use CD any more. Anyone have this issue? Our battery was in an working condition. Sigh!!! I couldn't believe that this is happening. I owned many cars, this is the 1st time a radio dies on me....
Please help!
I've had constant issues with my "check engine" light coming on. Got up this morning to a dead battery. After having the battery jumped, the check engine light isn't on. My CD was out so I pushed it in. I got an error code, ERRor COde 2, that isn't listed in the manual. Radio/cd do not work at all. Thought I didn't need it until I drove in rush hour and wanted the traffic report! Help -- I really don't want to pay for a diagnostic.
cgs

Atlanta, GA

#14 Sep 10, 2007
Amy wrote:
We have a 2000 Odyssey. The radio stopped working months ago. I couldn't figure out what the problem was! The radio's anti-theft light was blinking. The CD won't even power on. That is it! no one could listen to the radio or use CD any more. Anyone have this issue? Our battery was in an working condition. Sigh!!! I couldn't believe that this is happening. I owned many cars, this is the 1st time a radio dies on me....
Please help!
I've had my 2000 in several times for the check engine light, which recently came on again (3 days out of the shop). Had to have the battery jumped this morning. Good news -- check engine light is off. Bad news -- radio/cd don't work. Error code isn't one listed in the manual. The cd was ejected when I got in the car so I pushed it back in. It's almost in, but not quite. Don't know it that caused the problem or is a result of.
Judi

Stamford, CT

#15 Sep 19, 2007
Thanks alot you just saved my a trip to the dealer and a lot of money on something I was able to do myself!!
Julia wrote:
<quoted text>
What a great post! Thank you!!! The radio in my 2003 Odyssey just displayed these symptoms (radio not working but Anti-Theft blinking) 2 days ago. I was suspecting a fuse but couldn't come up with a good match from the fuse description in the manual. I did a web search on 'Odyssey radio fuse' and found this info, took the spare 15A fuse and put it in the #9 slot and no more driving in silence. What does ACC stand for anyways?
Judi

Stamford, CT

#16 Sep 19, 2007
Thanks alot you just saved my a trip to the dealer and some cash. I was able to fix it my self. Too bad the manual did not give as much info. Thanks
Jerry

San Jose, CA

#17 Sep 27, 2007
Thank you!!! The radio in my 2000 Odyssey just displayed these symptoms (radio and GPS not working but Anti-Theft blinking) yesterday. I was suspecting a fuse but couldn't come up with a good match from the fuse description in the manual. I took the spare 15A fuse and put it in the #9 slot and no more driving in silence. Honda dealership is asking $149 for just diagnostic.
Sharon

Monterey, CA

#18 Oct 2, 2007
Mike wrote:
The radio in our 99 has not worked for 7 months along with the car lighters. I took the advice and checked fuse #9 and it was blown. I took the 15 (license plate light) from the one next to it and the radio finally asked me for the code. After inserting the code it works again. We have not had a radio for 7 months. I did not look at that fuse because it was hard to get to and the ACC did not seem like the fuse that would fix it. Now I just need to go get another fuse.
Thanks,
Mike
Mike - what was the code????
Sharon

Monterey, CA

#19 Oct 2, 2007
Where do you find what the code is?
leon

Worcester, MA

#20 Oct 8, 2007
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Julia wrote:
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What a great post! Thank you!!! The radio in my 2003 Odyssey just displayed these symptoms (radio not working but Anti-Theft blinking) 2 days ago. I was suspecting a fuse but couldn't come up with a good match from the fuse description in the manual. I did a web search on 'Odyssey radio fuse' and found this info, took the spare 15A fuse and put it in the #9 slot and no more driving in silence. What does ACC stand for anyways?

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