How do you reset a 2002 Honda Accord radio?

I’ve been having a couple problems with my radio for the past few weeks, and I’d like to try what I can from home before I bring it to a shop. What’s the best way to reset a 2002 Honda Accord radio?

While your radio may not be the most vital feature in your car, it makes the entire driving experience much more fun. Luckily, you can follow these simple steps to reset your 2002 Honda Accord radio by following these steps:
  1. Turn your ignition to the ON position.
  2. Turn on the radio, then press and hold the volume knob for about 10 seconds.
  3. Turn off the radio, then press and hold the radio knob for about five seconds. Your display should now read Enter PIN.
  4. Use the radio preset buttons to enter your radio code, which you can find on the small white label inside your glove box.
  5. Turn your car off then on.
  6. Test your radio.
Hopefully, these steps can help you fix your 2002 Honda Accord radio. But if you keep having issues with your sound system, the problem may be related to your speakers. In that case, you’ll be best off having a mechanic check out your car.
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Liz Jenson
Answered on Dec 27, 2021

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