How do you fix a Honda Odyssey radio?

I just had my car battery replaced and my radio stopped working. According to the internet, I need to reset it. But I don’t know how! What’s the best way to fix my Honda Odyssey radio?

Answer
Replacing your battery is a standard part of car maintenance, but it can sometimes cause small problems with things like your radio.
Luckily, you can follow these steps to fix a Honda Odyssey radio after replacing the battery:
  • Start by entering your car and turning the ignition to the On position. Do not start the engine, though.
  • Next, press the volume control knob to turn on the radio.
  • Wait 10 seconds and then turn it off.
  • Hold down the power button for two to five seconds.
  • Release the power button when the display screen turns on.
Hopefully, these steps will help you fix your radio! In some cases, you may be asked to enter a PIN code to unlock your radio. If you’re prompted to do so, you can check your owner’s manual or manufacturer’s website for the code. Once you have it, you can input it into your car via the radio preset buttons below the display.
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Joshua Levy
Answered on Dec 20, 2021
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