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Old 12-28-2002, 12:09 PM   #1
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where would i look to find the fuses for the dash.
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dont use the transmission to slow the car, use the brakes. Thats what they are there for. And brakes are a lot cheaper and easier to replace than transmissions.

This applies just the same to cars with manual gearboxes.
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What gen of accord?
the dash fuse?? the guage cluster fuse and the small light or what??
coutesy light/small light are located at the passenger door on 6th gen.
just open the door you'll find it, Label "FUSE"
3 fuse location total for 6th gen, one under the hood, one at the driver side
and one at passenger side.
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5th gen radio/cd player
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Default Re: Accord fuse box (AmginE)

it should be in your manual..go look it up Click the image to open in full size.
sorry I have a 6th gen.
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Default Re: Accord fuse box (AmginE)

its either next to your left foot or inside the engine bay.... either in the top left hand corner of engine bay or under the dash like i said.... kinda where the hood release is
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Default Re: Accord fuse box (AmginE)

kteller was correct it's under the hood on the passenger side pretty close to the windshield. I'm a little currious , you asked to know where the fuses for the dash where and where the radio/cd player fuses are located. oh yeah if you take the radio fuse out you better have the radio code inhand if it's stock radio.........
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Yep, save the damn code, it cost me 5 bucks from the stealer
well, i have a 6th gen and he didnt mention a word about
what year of accord at the first post.. Click the image to open in full size.


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update: i was away, let my little sister ask the question, its her car. Radio/cdplayer wont respond, fuses are good. she *just* got it installed at Best Ripoff, for free, now her clock is at half display (can barely see it, cant see it at all when the headlights are on). wires are good.. any ideas? im thinking bad cd player. this started happening 2 days after it being installed. maybe grounded somewhere.. and her clock (the CAR clock) is reset to 1:00 EVERY time she starts the car..
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sounds like her radio is takeing too much power away from your car...... if you play youre radio with out the engine beeing on you will drain your battery faster then anyother car would. you may want to take if back to best buy and tell them the problem or you can have your alternator bumped up for more volts. if your big brother help you take out the alternator he can take if to a autostore and have them rebuild it or trade that one in and pay the diffrence.

I'm more then sure this will help .....some one shead some volt...ah.ah i mean light
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sounds like her radio is takeing too much power away from your car...... if you play youre radio with out the engine beeing on you will drain your battery faster then anyother car would. you may want to take if back to best buy and tell them the problem or you can have your alternator bumped up for more volts. if your big brother help you take out the alternator he can take if to a autostore and have them rebuild it or trade that one in and pay the diffrence.

I'm more then sure this will help .....some one shead some volt...ah.ah i mean light
thanks for the help. she took it back, and (according to best buy) she was using the wrong fuses... funny, i installed two different cd players in that car before giving it to her, and never had a problem...
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Default Re: Accord fuse box (AmginE)

If best suck just put a larger fuse in, you are asking for an electrical fire. the fuse panel will have the correct amp fuse listed on it. use it. If you still have the problem, go bitch at the installer who either has 15 minutes of training and is clueless as to what the real problemis, or just doesn't want to take the time to do the job right.

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If best suck just put a larger fuse in, you are asking for an electrical fire. the fuse panel will have the correct amp fuse listed on it. use it. If you still have the problem, go bitch at the installer who either has 15 minutes of training and is clueless as to what the real problemis, or just doesn't want to take the time to do the job right.

Free installation = get what you paid for
thats what i told her, after she started crying her radio didnt work.
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hehe.. Click the image to open in full size.
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