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If a car cd player is made to be complatible with GM vehicles, does that mean it won't fit or work in Honda?

Asked by Amit k, 01 Jan '09 10:14 pm
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It may if you can find a adapter to work between the honda radio and the disc changer.call the honda dealer and see if they have a adapter.also check places like best buy,radio shack or a car stereo shop.
Answered by neera bhatt, 02 Jan '09 01:03 am

 
  
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AUDIO EQUIPMENT CAN'T READ OR WRITE AND IT CAN'T TELL WHERE IT CAME FROM AND WHERE IT IS GOING.
Electrical speaking you can put any audio equipment in any car regardless of where it came from or which car it was made for.
All it needs is power to opreate it and all cars have same power facilities i.e 12Volts DC.
Lorries, Trucks and some larger Vans have 24volts DC system.
All audio equipment now a days come with built in noise suppressors and are transistorized . and do not require separate power supplies (Unless you have a vintage Valve one).
once you have all the equipment and have located the power source,speakers are installed NOW YOUR PROBLEMS STARTS.
PROBLEM No I, CODING
If your audio system is security coded, you will require its uniqe security code and sequence to enter the code in once the system is connected to the battery and powered on. This can be obtain from the car dealer from which the system came or some private grages are also authorized to recode the syste ...more
Answered by Sheetal Kaur, 03 Jan '09 11:46 pm

 
  
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