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Old 16 Apr 2011, 07:51 am
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Default Accord radio turns off after 2 minutes

After battery was out and then jumpstarted, radio code on my Accord 2003 needed to be reentered. Radio then played but turned off automatically after 2 minutes and 20 seconds --repeatedly. Also I need to enter only the first digit of code to start radio. Can Honda solve this with computer code? Clock works fine. What the xzfxcxzz? I've searched Internet and see no similar problem.
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