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Old 25 Nov 2009, 07:38 am
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Default Honda Jazz 2003 Radio problem

Hi, just bought an Honda Jazz 2003 mod. Unfortunatley the car had no User/owners manual, so I dont have the instructions for how to set/tune the radio.

When starting the radio nothing happens, but after a while it will tune in, but then again disapear again soon. When the radio is not working the TP is blinking, and it is impossible to seek.

1. Anyone having the same problem and a solution for this?

2. Is there som place (i.e download) I can get an service/user/owners manual for Honda jazz 2003? I have googled but cant find any.


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