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Old 24 Jan 2008, 02:21 pm
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Default Replacing battery on 2003 Accord without losing Navi and Radio info

I need to replace the battery on my 2003 Accord, but would rather not lose all my radio presets and especially all the addresses entered in my navigation system. Has anyone successfully done this, perhaps using the 12 volt power port in the dash or center console?

One writer said that Honda's power ports are dead when the ignition is off. Any way around this? Or any other method of connecting a second battery to the car while I replace the old battery?

Thanks for any advice!
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