'03 odyssey radio power problem??
leon

Worcester, MA

#21 Oct 8, 2007
I stands for accessory.
William

United States

#22 Nov 2, 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!!!
Just wanted to add my thanks for your post about the 15a fuse in slot #9. You got me back up and running. I had checked the fuse for the radio but never gave much of a thought to what "ACC" stood for. Thanks Joe.
MAx

Amityville, NY

#23 Nov 12, 2007
Sharon wrote:
Where do you find what the code is?
Does anyone know where to find the code
Sticker in Glove Box

Pleasanton, CA

#24 Nov 13, 2007
Normally it is on a sticker in the glove box
odyfan

Santa Cruz, CA

#25 Nov 15, 2007
The radio on my 2003 still works ok (although I'm sure the reception has gotten worse), but I have serious issues with skipping on the cd player. I've tried cleaning it, but a friend with a 2000 Ody had the same issues and the dealer told her her laser had worn out and she would need a new cd player. Sounds ludicrous, but is there any truth to it?
Leo

Brisbane, CA

#26 Nov 24, 2007
Thank you very much. Appreciated.
Ray

Bellevue, WA

#27 Nov 25, 2007
This is a great foruma! I have an '01 Ody as well and currently the same problem with the radio, but when i checked fuse #9 it was fine. Switched with another 10A fuse, still dead. The lighter socket was loose. Could a power cable have gotten disconnected? Anyone have any ideas?
Rod

Toronto, Canada

#28 Nov 29, 2007
Hi needs some help...I have a 2004 odyssey with an aftermarket dvd player that was put in before I purchased the vehicle. The dvd player does not work...no power whatsoever and my battery keeps dying..there appears to be some kind of draw on the battery because after jumping it will die in a couple of days. I think the battery is ok...could the dvd player and the power draw be related? Could it be a fuse..which one? please help!
Tara

Gwynn Oak, MD

#29 Nov 30, 2007
My radio had not worked since i had to get the transmission rebuilt in my 2004 oddessy. I heard many horror stories about expensive codes and frustrated people. I h=found a website that said they could give me a code for $20 in 3-24 hours or $30 in 10 min-1 hour. I paid $30 b/c my husband was on a road trip and you first need the serial# get this by pressing the 1 and the 6 at the same time. Hold those down and then turn the radio on. I will flash two 5 didget numbers. Enter this into www.radio-code.com and they will e-mail you a code. Now the code they gave me an inncorrect code but maybe it will work for some of you. happy codes, Tara.
Maggie

Succasunna, NJ

#32 Dec 11, 2007
Thanks so much. I have a Odyssey 2000. We drove around for months without a radio. Just as the posts says, we replaced the #9 fuse and finally music again. However, it happened again after just a month or two. I realized that I was replacing the ACC Socket fuse which made me notice that my front ACC Socket was loose which was probably the reason its blowing. Anyone know of an easy fix for securing the socket? The Honda dealer wants $150 just to diagnose! What a rip-off!!
bullhead

Minneapolis, MN

#33 Dec 17, 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.
Did you ever find the solution? I have checked the #9 and #11(radio) fuse. Both are fine, but radio still dead.
sajan john

Atlanta, GA

#34 Dec 25, 2007
I have odyssey 2001. My radio and cigratte ligher does not get power on. Any idea which fuse to check and replace

thanks
Sajan
Martha

Houston, TX

#35 Dec 27, 2007
sajan john wrote:
I have odyssey 2001. My radio and cigratte ligher does not get power on. Any idea which fuse to check and replace
thanks
Sajan
Changing Fuse #9 on passenger side fixed mine.
Dean

Marietta, GA

#36 Dec 29, 2007
Here is one for you. Sometimes the radio controls on the steering wheel go haywire. I'll push the down volume and the radio gets louder. I push the up volume and the stations change. Then a few minutes later it will be back to normal. This is an 03 Odyssey. Anyone hear of this? Thanks for any help.
Toni

Detroit, MI

#37 Feb 2, 2008
My rear windows in my 2002 Odyssey do not always want to open and close. Any ideas?
FPS

United States

#38 Mar 21, 2008
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! It solved my problem. Thanks.
Jim

Salem, OR

#39 Apr 29, 2008
I gotta tell you, that was a fantastic suggestion. After months of being withou t the radio and many calls to a mechanical wizard, you saved the day. The ACC fuse was blown. Replacing the blown fuse allowed us to turn the radio power on, enter the code and then listen to the music.
Mark

Pittsburgh, PA

#40 May 4, 2008
The passenger power side door on my 2003 Odyssey at times fails to close correctly. This occurs much more frequently in cold weather. When pulling on the door handle to close, the door starts to close but just as it is about to close, it backs off a slight amount and causes the door to come ajar. When this happens, we have to close the door with the switch inside the car. The dealer has had trouble finding the cause of the problem other than saying keep the door clean and lubricated. this doesn't always fix the problem and we often hear the "door ajar" alarm buzzing while driving down the road. Any suggestions on fixing this?
Adam

Frankfort, KY

#41 Jun 10, 2008
I have replaced the #9 fuse three times. It blows after a few minutes of radio listening. My cigarette lighter has been loose for several years and does not work. The rear windows do not open or close. Is all of this related? What a nightmare. 2002 Odyssey I just purchased a Haynes manual and am trying to find a diagram that shows the wiring. I will post if I get any of these fixed.
Jim in Richmond

Richmond, VA

#42 Jul 30, 2008
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!!!
Joe..You have just saved my evening. The radio and DVD player just stopped. I could not find the cause. Your explaination regarding Fuse #9 helped me to find the cure, a 15 amp fuse had blown. My wife is set to travel about 12 hours with 5 children and two dogs. Life without a tunes and the DVD palyer would have been hell. Thanks.

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