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Old 10-14-2015, 02:01 PM   #61 (permalink)
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can i use a 09 prem nav unit in an 08 non nav si ?

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Old 10-14-2015, 02:19 PM   #62 (permalink)
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can i use a 09 prem nav unit in an 08 non nav si ?
Yes, as long as you have the 09-11 navigation style connectors.

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I don't see any preamp subwoofer signal of the 2 door premium or anything else for that matter. I'm thinking the amp is splitting the signal internally to output to the rear speakers and sub. This makes little sense .. especially with the stock sub being 2ohms.

I do know in my 08 Ex the amp has internal crossover for the front tweeters and door speakers.

However its great to have this info for the rest of it.. Thanks for the post.
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Old 11-17-2015, 04:49 AM   #64 (permalink)
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front speakers go out when I use the power windows... obviously a short but not even sure where to start anyone had this problem before?
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Old 11-17-2015, 08:46 AM   #65 (permalink)
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front speakers go out when I use the power windows... obviously a short but not even sure where to start anyone had this problem before?
I remember reading a TSB for this in regards to the early EX sedans but I didn't find it with a quick search.

Anyway, it involved the driver's door harness either being too short or inatalled in a way that pulled the wires from the connectors when the window was used. The early EX sedan drivers door harness was revised to fix this.
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thanks ill check that out
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Super helpful info! Thanks! Sub'd
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I acquired a Honda Navi unit from a Civic Hybrid - part number 39541-SNA-A320-M1. Based on the information contained in this thread, was able to get the unit up and running on the bench, including Aux port and the factory XM radio unit. So thank you very much for all the great wiring diagrams.
I do have one question. The output of the radio is REALLY anemic. Since the face plate on the radio did not say "Premium Audio" I assumed the radio I picked up didn't require the external amplifier, but given the way the radio sounds (and the fact the speaker wiring is the same whether you are going directly to the speakers or to the Amp), I'm suspecting I'll need an external amp. I have been unable to find any site or information to help me determine whether my specific radio needs the external amp or not. Does anybody know how or where I can go to determine that? Google searches haven't yielded any good results.
Thanks in advance for your replies.
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I acquired a Honda Navi unit from a Civic Hybrid - part number 39541-SNA-A320-M1. Based on the information contained in this thread, was able to get the unit up and running on the bench, including Aux port and the factory XM radio unit. So thank you very much for all the great wiring diagrams.
I do have one question. The output of the radio is REALLY anemic. Since the face plate on the radio did not say "Premium Audio" I assumed the radio I picked up didn't require the external amplifier, but given the way the radio sounds (and the fact the speaker wiring is the same whether you are going directly to the speakers or to the Amp), I'm suspecting I'll need an external amp. I have been unable to find any site or information to help me determine whether my specific radio needs the external amp or not. Does anybody know how or where I can go to determine that? Google searches haven't yielded any good results.
Thanks in advance for your replies.
All 06-11 Hybrid navigation systems have the amp built into the unit. None of them were Premium units with a separate amp.

Looking up Honda navigation systems by using 39541 is practically useless because Honda lists them as 39540 in thier system.

Under the Zoom In/Out button there's a 4 digit alphanumeric code, what is it?
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All 06-11 Hybrid navigation systems have the amp built into the unit. None of them were Premium units with a separate amp.

Looking up Honda navigation systems by using 39541 is practically useless because Honda lists them as 39540 in thier system.

Under the Zoom In/Out button there's a 4 digit alphanumeric code, what is it?
Thanks for the quick reply BlurpleFG1. The four digit code under the Zoom In/Out on my radio is 2AD4.
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all 06-11 hybrid navigation systems have the amp built into the unit. None of them were premium units with a separate amp.

Looking up honda navigation systems by using 39541 is practically useless because honda lists them as 39540 in thier system.

Under the zoom in/out button there's a 4 digit alphanumeric code, what is it?
thanks for the quick reply blurplefg1. The four digit code under the zoom in/out on my radio is 2ad4.
2ad4 = 39540-sna-a31.
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2ad4 = 39540-sna-a31.
Thank you. So, this confirms that the radio does not need an external amp. Assuming I have wired it up on the bench correctly, the fact that the sound coming out of it is anemic, (very little bass even with the bass turned all the way up and a large discrepancy between the volume coming out of the front speakers vs the rear speakers) suggest a problem with the radio itself, correct?
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2ad4 = 39540-sna-a31.
Thank you. So, this confirms that the radio does not need an external amp. Assuming I have wired it up on the bench correctly, the fact that the sound coming out of it is anemic, (very little bass even with the bass turned all the way up and a large discrepancy between the volume coming out of the front speakers vs the rear speakers) suggest a problem with the radio itself, correct?
What speakers are you using to test with?

A Hybrid would have come with 2 front door speakers, 2 rear deck speakers and 2 tweeters in the dash. All were made by Pioneer and are 4ohm.
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What speakers are you using to test with?

A Hybrid would have come with 2 front door speakers, 2 rear deck speakers and 2 tweeters in the dash. All were made by Pioneer and are 4ohm.
Great question. I tested the system with two different sets of speakers. The first set were the original Honda speakers from the car, which have 4 ohms, 15 watts stamped on the back of each one. The second set of speakers I tested with are the speakers I want to install in the car - Pioneer TS-D1602R. They are rated at 4 ohms and 250 watts.
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Great question. I tested the system with two different sets of speakers. The first set were the original Honda speakers from the car, which have 4 ohms, 15 watts stamped on the back of each one. The second set of speakers I tested with are the speakers I want to install in the car - Pioneer TS-D1602R. They are rated at 4 ohms and 250 watts.
SO I thought I would close the loop on this discussion. I sent my radio of to the guys at OEM Car Audio in MN to have my radio checked out. They confirmed that my radio is the "non premium" audio version which means it has an internal amp in it. They also verified that the audio quality being output by the radio is terrible and the root cause is corroded boards. I purchased the unit off of Ebay from a source in FL. Bad decision because radios from cars that live close to the oceans evidently suffer this problem. SO, I'll have to find another candidate radio and sell the one I have "for parts". At least I have my harnesses complete and can install a good unit as soon as I have source it. Thank to everyone for your help, advice and information.
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I have a 2006 civic ex coupe with premium audio (Canadian model) food for thought guys....

I had a aftermarket avic 6000nex installed with a steering whell pac rci module everything worked great 2 years later I had a abs light cone on NO BIG DEAL took it to the dealership they where NOT able to communicate with modules on the kline, as it turns out 6.5 hours later @ 100.00 a hr the signal used for the sterrring wheel module was pin 7 @ the dlc YUP kline was short to ground, I'm writting this for those whom might have had similar issues or those who want to tinker with there Car, I've spent over 600.00 for the dealership to find the problem so it's money you guys don't have to spend

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Is anyone working at dealership that can look up a security code for me?
I bought OEM navi unit of ebay and it did not came with the code
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A question about the night mode - Pin 1 on COnnector A

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SO I thought I would close the loop on this discussion. I sent my radio of to the guys at OEM Car Audio in MN to have my radio checked out. They confirmed that my radio is the "non premium" audio version which means it has an internal amp in it. They also verified that the audio quality being output by the radio is terrible and the root cause is corroded boards. I purchased the unit off of Ebay from a source in FL. Bad decision because radios from cars that live close to the oceans evidently suffer this problem. SO, I'll have to find another candidate radio and sell the one I have "for parts". At least I have my harnesses complete and can install a good unit as soon as I have source it. Thank to everyone for your help, advice and information.
So, I was able to locate another donor navigation radio (from another crashed Civic Hybrid) for my 89 Prelude radio swap project and it works great on the bench. I have one final issue to resolve, and that is how to get the radio to go into night mode. From the wiring diagrams posted here it appears that Terminal 1 on connector A appears to be key. If I apply 12 volts to this pin the display goes into night mode, HOWEVER, the illumination lights go dark when you do that. Does anyone know why? The diagrams say that the Terminal name is ILL- with a description of "Ground for illumination light. However, if you ground this lead, nothing happens. So, does anyone know what I need to do to get the unit to go into night mode while also allowing the button/knob illumination to remain on?
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I am doing an upgrade on speakers and amp for my 08 civic coupe.
I have 2 x front, 2 x back and a sub. There is already a stock amplifier
that everything is connected to under the gear shifter.
I will be running high level inputs into my new amplifier.
Now, there are 2 connectors to the stock amp. One is the 20 pin and the other is 14 pin.
Which one do I splice off of to run back to my new amp? I was thinking the 14 pin, but wasn't' sure.

Thanks!
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thanks very helpful thread for me

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