2007 honda accord radio fuse

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Fuses and relay Honda Accord

For the Honda Accord , , , , , model year.

Fuse box located.

Engine bay.

The under-hood fuse box is located near the back of the engine compartment on the driver’s side. To open it, push the tabs.

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fuse box diagram

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R1

Heater blower relay

R2

AC compressor clutch relay

R3

Heated rear window relay

R4

AC condenser blower motor relay

R5

Engine coolant blower motor relay

F1

(15A) Left Headlight Low

F2

(30A) (Rear Defroster Coil)

F3

(10A) Left Headlight Hi

F4

(15A) Small Light

F5

(15A) Right Headlight Hi

F6

(15A) Right Headlight Low

F7

(7,5A) Back Up

F8

(15A) Datalink connector (DLC)

F9

(20A) AC condenser blower motor

F10

(20A) Front fog lamps

F11

(20A/30A) Engine coolant blower motor

F12

( A /30A) AC compressor clutch relay

F13

(20A) Horn, Stop

F14

(40A) Rear Defroster

F15

(40A) Back Up, ACC

F16

(15A) Hazard

F17

(30A) ABS

F18

(20A/40A) ABS

F19

(40A) Heated Seats

F20

(40A) Condenser Fan

F21

(40A) Heater/air conditioning (AC)

F22

(70A/A) Battery

F23

(40A/50A) +B IG1 Mai/Power Window Main

 


Fuses in the vehicle passenger compartment Honda Accord

The interior fuse box is on the driver’s lower left side. To remove the fuse box lid, pull it toward you and take it out of its hinges.

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Identifying fuse box

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codes as follows

R1

Ignition coil relay

R2

Engine control (EC)relay

R3

Accessories relay

R4

Fuel pump (FP) relay

R5

Electric windows relay

R6

Oxygen sensor (O2S) system relay

R7

Ignition main circuits relay

F1*

(15A) Engine management

F2

(15A) Engine management

F3**

(15A/10A) Day Light

F4

(10A/15A) Engine management/Laf Heater

F5

(20A/10A) Audio unit/radio

F6

(10A/ A) Interior lamps

F7

(10A) Back-Up Lights

F8

(20A) Door Lock

F9

(15A) Front Accessory Sockets

F10

(7,5A) Supplementary restraint system (SRS) (IG OPDS)

F11

(30A) Windscreen wipers

F12

(7,5A)

F13

(20A) Passenger’s Power Seat Recline

F14

(20A) Driver’s Power Seat Slide

F15

(20A) Heated front seats

F16

(20A) Driver’s Power Seat Recline

F17

(20A) Passenger’s Power Seat Slid

F18

(15A) IG ACG

F19

(15A) IG Fuel Pump

F20

(7,5A) IG Washer

F21

(7,5A) IG Meter

F22

(10A) Supplementary restraint system (SRS)

F23

(7,5A) Engine management

F24

(20A) Electric windows (Left Rear Power Window)

F25

(20A) Electric windows (Right Rear Power Window)

F26

(20A) Electric windows (Right Front Power Window)

F27

(20A) Electric windows (Driver’s Power Window)

F28

(20A) Sunroof

F29

(7,5A) Headlamp adjustment

F30

(A) IG HAC

F31

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F32

(7,5A) ACC

F33

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*6-cylinder models

**On Canadian models

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110 ALeft Headlight Low2(30A)(Rear Defroster Coil) (U.S. EX, EX-L LX-V6 and EX-V6; Canadian SE, EX-L, SE-V6 and EX-V6)310 ALeft Headlight Hi415 ASmall Light510 ARight Headlight Hi610 ARight Headlight Low7 ABack Up815 AFI ECU920 ACondenser fan10—Not Used1120 ACooling Fan (U.S. VP, LX, SE, EX and EX-L; Canadian DX-G, SE and EX-L)1130 ACooling Fan (U.S. LX-V6 and EX-V6; Canadian SE-V6 and EX-V6)12 AMG. Clutch1320 AHorn, Stop1440 ARear Defroster1540 ABack Up, ACC1615 AHazard1730 AABS Motor (U.S. VP, LX, SE, EX and EX-L; Canadian DX-G, SE and EX-L)1730 AVSA Motor (U.S. LX-V6 and EX-V6; Canadian SE-V6 and EX-V6)1820 AABS F/S (U.S. VP, LX, SE, EX and EX-L; Canadian DX-G, SE and EX-L)1840 AVSA Motor (U.S. LX-V6 and EX-V6; Canadian SE-V6 and EX-V6)1940 ADriver’s Power Seat2040 APassenger’s Power Seat (Except Canadian DX-G)2140 AHeater Motor22 ABattery22—Not Used2350 A+ B IG1 Main2350 APower Window Main
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Interior Fuse Box Location: Honda Accord

The video above shows how to replace blown fuses in the interior fuse box of your Honda Accord in addition to the fuse panel diagram location. Electrical components such as your map light, radio, heated seats, high beams, power windows all have fuses and if they suddenly stop working, chances are you have a fuse that has blown out. If your Accord is experiencing electrical problems, you should always check the fuses first, because they are relatively easy to check and cheap to change. Some Hondas have multiple interior fuse boxes including in the trunk - the video above will show you where the interior fuse box of your Accord is located. If your Accord has many options like a sunroof, navigation, heated seats, etc, the more fuses it has. Some components may have multiple fuses, so make sure you check all of the fuses that are linked to the component in question.

If you need to replace a blown fuse in your Accord, make sure you replace it with one that has the same amperage as the blown fuse. If checking and replacing the fuse for the component in question doesn't work, we recommend seeking assistance from a trusted professional mechanic. They should be able to figure out if the component needs to be replaced or if there is a short or some other problem with your Accord.

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Fuse box location and diagrams: Honda Accord (2003-2007)

No power to the radio

Hi,

I assume that you initially checked it at the radio harness plug by placing the test light between the earth connector pin (black wire) and the power supply connector pin wire(red/yellow) and it didn't work so you changed earth connection and it did, is this correct?

Try putting a pin through the insulation of the black wire so that it makes contact with the wire itself. Dressmaker's pin with a tiny plastic bead at the end is a good choice.

Do this about 2" from the harness plug (or where you can get good access to the black wire near the harness plug) and then either use an Ohmmeter to test for continuity between the pin and the "radio or open side" of the black wire connector in the harness plug or the test light between the pin and the power wire (red/yellow) connector.

If it does work then you have a faulty connection in the harness plug.

These are usually crimped connections where the "barbs or teeth" of the connector bite through the insulation of the wire to contact the wire.

You could try to gently pull out the black wire. If it comes (which it shouldn't), there is the problem.

If the harness connector tests OK then the problem may be a broken earth connection on the black wire.

You could then test between the black wire harness connector or the pin and the door "earth" using an Ohmmeter to test if there is continuity between both.

If not then the problem is with where the black wire connects to earth.

A way around it would be to connect a wire from the chassis somewhere (bright metal which is connected to earth -prove it with an Ohmmeter) and then splice that into the black wire so that you have an earth going into the radio,

Apologies if you know this already ;-)

by jayeff

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Fuse radio 2007 accord honda

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