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#6509 of 6957 Re: No Power to Radio/Speedometer Clicks [jaba88]
Jan 05, 2010 (9:44 am)
My daughter has a 2002 Honda CR-V. I was attempting to replace her factory radio with an after market product. Removed old radio and connected new one using a wiring harness. First test worked perfectly - new radio operated correctly, speakers worked, etc. Removed radio to put on mounting ears and finish the job. I now have 2 problems:
1. There no longer appears to be any power to the radio. I have reconnected both the new one and the old factory unit and neither will power up. I have checked the fuse for the radio and it is OK.
2. When the ignition key is turned to the accessory power position an audible clicking can be heard from the speedometer area for about 3 to 5 seconds. The speedometer needle also vibrates while this clicking sound is happening. This is happening regardless of whether the old or new radio is installed or not installed. Car starts just fine, and the clicking stops every time after being in the accessory position for 3 to 5 seconds.
I am assuming the 2 issues are related. Any ideas on what may be wrong? Thanks in advance.
Did you disconnect the battery when you installed the new radio?
Did you use a harness adapter? Did you match the wires based on color, or function? Or did yo just clip the OEM harness?
The radio has 2 power circuits, make sure both fuses are good. Not 100% sure if the "always on" circuit powers the cluster, but worth checking the "meter" fuse.
#6510 of 6957 CRV Air deflector
Jan 07, 2010 (12:18 pm)
I was thinking about having an air deflector put on my 2009 Honda CRV. Is it better to have a dealership put it on ? They have given me a price of $200 installed. Does anyone have one on their CRV, do you have any problems with it ? Any suggestions or advice would be appreciated. Thanks.
#6511 of 6957 Re: CRV Air deflector [markayo1]
Jan 08, 2010 (11:36 am)
http://www.handa-accessories.com. and look up the deflector. They have the instruction there. If you think you can follow them, you can install it. I installed mine on my 07 CRV. It is not a hard job and you will save $100
#6512 of 6957 Re: CRV Air deflector [yankeefan2]
Jan 08, 2010 (4:32 pm)
Thanks. Do you like your air-deflector ? Do you have any problems with it ?
#6513 of 6957 Re: CRV Air deflector [markayo1]
Jan 09, 2010 (4:29 am)
Yes I do. It safes the only metal part of the front end from chipping from Road Stones if your on the Highway alot. Plus I thing it looks good on My White CRV
#6514 of 6957 Re: CRV Air deflector [yankeefan2]
Jan 09, 2010 (7:56 am)
Can you drive through the car wash?
#6515 of 6957 Re: CRV Air deflector [lou777]
Jan 09, 2010 (10:49 am)
I only use the high pressure water one or I do it by hand at home. This time of the year in RI it's the High Pressure water one, which I just came back from. The other type scratch your car
#6516 of 6957 Re: CRV Air deflector [yankeefan2]
Jan 09, 2010 (11:52 am)
Thanks for the info. I have a white CRV also. I live in Michigan and go through the car wash--a soft one--to get the salt off. Do you think it will tear off the air delector?
#6517 of 6957 Re: CRV Air deflector [markayo1]
Jan 09, 2010 (2:10 pm)
I don't thing so. It's not like the one on my Ridgeline with "EARS" sticking over the fenders. There is a screw and holder on both ends
#6518 of 6957 Honda CRV clutch plate replacement
Jan 17, 2010 (11:27 am)
i have just recently burnt the clutch plate out of my CRV and was looking for a step by step on how to get to it and take it appart , and also some prices.