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Old 24 Dec 2009, 02:23 pm
drksky
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Default '06 Civic Premium Audio doesn't work right after dead battery

I had my battery go dead on me last night and after getting the car
jumped the audio system only sort of half-works.

The AUX and XM selectors work, as well as the nav system, but the card
reader and am/fm won't play any sound. If I try to do an autoselect
for the am/fm bands, it runs through the bands and looks like it's
selecting stations, but when it finishes, no presets are programmed.
If I tune to a known local station, I get nothing. If I switch to the
card selector, it looks like the files are playing (i.e. I can see
song titles and the time index advances) but there's no sound. I
haven't tried the CD, yet.

For the inputs that do work, the sound is really tinny and the key
beeps sound totally wrong.

Is there some other reset sequence that I don't know about that needs
to be done after getting a jump?

Thanks
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Old 25 Dec 2009, 01:52 pm
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Default Re: '06 Civic Premium Audio doesn't work right after dead battery


"drksky" <drksky1056@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:59fd9b5c-85a2-4e8b-80c7-359a88a35389@27g2000yqr.googlegroups.com...
>I had my battery go dead on me last night and after getting the car
> jumped the audio system only sort of half-works.
>
> The AUX and XM selectors work, as well as the nav system, but the card
> reader and am/fm won't play any sound. If I try to do an autoselect
> for the am/fm bands, it runs through the bands and looks like it's
> selecting stations, but when it finishes, no presets are programmed.
> If I tune to a known local station, I get nothing. If I switch to the
> card selector, it looks like the files are playing (i.e. I can see
> song titles and the time index advances) but there's no sound. I
> haven't tried the CD, yet.
>
> For the inputs that do work, the sound is really tinny and the key
> beeps sound totally wrong.
>
> Is there some other reset sequence that I don't know about that needs
> to be done after getting a jump?
>
> Thanks


My only reaction is to ask whether you turned off the stereo system and all
other accessories -- which is what the Honda manual recommends doing before
you junp start. If not, a powers surge may have damaged the system.
Hopefully, someone else can contribute a solution.


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