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Honda Civic CRX, Honda Civic, Honda Civic del Sol, Coupe, Hatchback, Sedan
#2 of 513 Mods and Warranties...
Mar 28, 2001 (1:23 pm)
2k-EX. That could be relative. How did you hook up the Bazooka signal, speaker level? That voids your warranty - installation of a non-spec part. I swapped out the head/speakers with aftermarket units, and added a 10" passive bazooka. That effectively voids the stereo system.
Personally, I saw no point in getting a connector/adapter to mate between the factory dash wiring connector and the Blaupunkt CD-Player. What for, since you have to splice somewhere - I made my own custom distribution-block. Besides, you're still out of warranty the moment you installed the aftermarket head (irrelevant of keeping the oem connector intact).
I did, however, disassemble the speaker connectors and hooked up the spade female terminals directly to the Pioneer Front-6.5s/Rear-6x9s. No splicing, but still voiding the warranty - again, installation of non-spec parts (even though the oem speakers are Pioneer).
Finally, when you plan and verify every connection with a multi-meter, then specific warranties are relative.
#3 of 513 bazooka
May 21, 2001 (12:40 am)
the bazooka is connected at the speaker level, i just stripped the bazooka wire and stuck it in the connector on either side, ran a power wire from the fuse block (i bought "add a circuit" fuse block) and put in the spot where the lighter fuze was. if i have to take my honda to the dealer and i have a suspision that he will be a prick, i can easily disconnect the bazooka, and take it out. it will take less than a minute. i am a little bit weary of replacing the rear speakers, it seems like i would have to remove the hat shelf (rear shelf), the door speakers are easily replacable, but i haven`t done anything, because bazooka gives me enough base, so i don`t have to crank the stereo, and i don`t get to the point where the stock speakers start fuzzing.
#4 of 513 2002 Civic LX CD Changer
Dec 22, 2001 (2:18 pm)
Has anyone installed Honda's in-dash 6 CD Changer? The installation instructions were not clear on how to remove the 12v accessory part of the console prior to removing the main area of the console.
#5 of 513 Civic with aftermarket intake
Feb 11, 2002 (10:15 am)
Anyone tried AEN cold air intake as a performance upgrade on 98/99 civic? Is it too noisy ? Does it worth the expense ?
Any comments will be appreciated
#6 of 513 Adding AC after purchase.
Apr 04, 2002 (4:04 pm)
Just purchased a 99' hatch back w/o AC. The dealer wanted $1,500 to install a Honda unit. Any help in how to get Air conditioning installed in the Boston, MA area for a reasonable cost, will be appreciated.
#7 of 513 Advice on CD player
Jun 13, 2002 (6:53 pm)
I'd like to convert my tape player to a CD player. I've been to Crutchfield--lots of choices. Does anyone have a suggestion.
#8 of 513 AEM Cold Air
Jul 24, 2002 (12:50 pm)
The intake does give a big, throaty sound. I saw where the AEM Cold air intake was voted, " best thing to add to your car" I like mine. I have an 02 Civic EX
#9 of 513 CD player recommendation
Jul 26, 2002 (2:27 pm)
Just installed the Clarion DB225 AM/FM CD Player (with digital clock) in our 2002 Civic LX Sedan. Total price for the 50Wx4 player, including mounting kit and installation was $200.
The system is in a brushed aluminium color that blends perfectly with the other interior components of LX. The blue display is particularly impressive.
#11 of 513 '02 Civic All-Season floor mats
Sep 06, 2002 (10:29 pm)
I just got some of these and am a little disappointed with the fit. The holes on the driver's mat doesn't appear to line up with the anchors in the floor. Does anyone else have these? I'd appreciate hearing your experience with them.