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Acura Integra, Coupe, Hatchback
Jul 05, 2005 (1:36 pm)
Okay, i just bought this used 1991 Acura Integra. It came with a Acura 6 cd disk changer installed in the trunk. i was told the previous owner couldnt get it to work. the face in the dash just always says Err 1. The actual disc changer in the trunk doesn't do anything. i can see a cd in there, but it won't eject or anything. some have told me to reset my system by diconnecting the battery, but i cant do that because the regular sterero has an antitheft device that shuts down the system if the power is disconnected and you need a code to get it to work again, and i dont have that code. what should i do? any suggestions would be helpful and greatly appreciated.
Jul 05, 2005 (4:29 pm)
a dealer can get you the code, I believe, as long as you show the documents to prove you own the car.
#629 of 1037 Lost my Anti- Theft Radio Identification Card Also
Jul 07, 2005 (5:37 am)
The sub woofer on my Type S mounted on the doughnut had to go so I did what you did. (well not exactly)
Nippon's right, I went to the dealer and he got me the code # and the serial number.Two days later, I found the orignal plastic card in amongst my credit cards.
Jul 07, 2005 (9:40 am)
also writes the radio code in the little book, if you still have the books that came with the car.
#631 of 1037 Re: the dealer [nippononly]
Jul 07, 2005 (7:53 pm)
thanks for the help, but i'm actually looking for some advice on what to do about the 6 disc cdchanger.
#632 of 1037 Re: the dealer [newgenrocker]
Jul 07, 2005 (10:00 pm)
they are helping with the disc changer. they said to disconnect the battery for a while to try resetting the cd changer, but then you will need the code they are talking about to restart your radio/player !
#634 of 1037 Re: 94 Integra Won't Start [removation]
Jul 09, 2005 (5:15 pm)
I had this problem with a 92 integra rs. The dealer replaced the starter. The problem only occurred in the heat. I found out by browsing Honda forums at the time that this is a Honda starter fuse problem. I also had a Honda service manager advise me the same thing. At one point during a hot afternoon I had an Acura manager advise me to punch to the left side of the steering wheel where the
starter fuse would be...bingo it started. $60.00. This may or may not be related to your problem.
#635 of 1037 Re: Acura Integra
Jul 19, 2005 (2:39 pm)
Amazingly, I just read on the internet the 1999 Acura Integra is the No. 1 car stolen this year. But not only that, the 98 Integra is 3rd, the 96 is in 6 place, the 95 is in 7th place, the 97 is in 9th place, the 2001 is in 11th place, the 94 is in 14th place and the 2000 Acura Integra is in 16th place. Meaning the Acura Integra is the most popular car for thieves to steal taking a whopping 8 places out of a total of 25. The other type cars being various makes and models, only 2 other makes listed twice within the 25.
They said the 99 was so popular because the street racers wanted the fast engines in these cars, and they could be converted over into other Hondas very easily.
I would recommend putting a GPS of America tracking system on it to protect yourself from theft. They are not that expensive to buy, plus only costing 17 bucks a month for constant tracking as well. Much less than most others. They will also shut the car down once they turn the key off where it will not start again too. Plus reveal the exact location the car is at, at all times as well. That is what I am going to put on my car for sure.
Anyway, just thought I would share what I read today concerning the Acura Integras.