04_RSX_CDChanger
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Accessory
Application
CD CHANGER ATTACHMENT
2004 RSX
(EXCEPT TYPE S)
Publications No.
BII 26192
Issue Date
SEP 2003
PARTS LIST
CD Changer Attachment Kit:
P/N 08B26-S6M-200
4 Cover washers
Base bracket
4 Collars
BUS cable
Carpet trim
4 Small cap nuts
Template
4 O-rings
6 Cushion tapes
2 Brackets
7 Wire ties
4 Long cap nuts
4 Washer-screws, 4 x 8 mm
2 Subbrackets
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CD changer cover
EPT sealer
4 Washer-screws, 6 x 14 mm
CD Changer (sold separately):
P/N 08A26-1B2-101
CD changer
4 Washer-screws, 4 x 6 mm
(Not used)
TOOLS AND SUPPLIES REQUIRED
Phillips screwdriver
Flat-tip screwdriver
Stubby Phillips screwdriver
Long-nose pliers
Drill
3 mm and 7 mm Drill bits
Touch-up paint
Tape measure
Clip remover
Ratchet
8 mm, 10 mm, and 12 mm Sockets
10 mm Combination wrench
Shop towel
Scissors
Felt-tip pen
Center punch
Awl
Utility knife
Round file
Butyl seal
Isopropyl alcohol
Illustration of the CD Changer Installed on the
Vehicle
Adhesive seal sheet
AUDIO UNIT
Locking covers
CD magazine
BUS CABLE
CD CHANGER
(sold separately)
Owner’s Manual
Small wire tie
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INSTALLATION
4.
Customer Information: The information in this
installation instruction is intended for use only by
skilled technicians who have the proper tools,
equipment, and training to correctly and safely add
equipment to your vehicle. These procedures
should not be attempted by “do-it-yourselfers.”
Using a stubby Phillips screwdriver, remove the
two bolts that fasten the center panel.
CLIPS (4)
1.
If equipped, make sure you have the anti-theft
code for the radio, then write down the radio station
presets.
2.
Disconnect the negative cable from the battery.
3.
Pry out on the seven clips, and remove the center
lower cover. Unplug the accessory socket
connector. Take care not to damage the clips.
ANTENNA
LEAD
VEHICLE
CONNECTOR
CENTER
PANEL
CLIPS (7)
CLIPS (4)
BOLT
5.
Pull the center panel toward you to release the
eight clips, unplug the vehicle connectors and
antenna lead, and remove the center panel. Take
care not to damage the clips.
6.
On M/T vehicles, push the shift boot down while
holding the plastic clip. Remove the shift knob
from the shift lever by turning it counterclockwise.
M/T Vehicles:
CENTER LOWER
COVER
SHIFT KNOB
(Turn counterclockwise to remove.)
ACCESSORY
SOCKET
CONNECTOR
PLASTIC CLIP
SHIFT BOOT
(Push down.)
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7.
On A/T vehicles, pull up on the trim ring to release
the four retaining tabs, and remove the shift
indicator trim ring.
9.
Remove the two self-tapping screws that fasten
the center console.
A/T Vehicles:
SHIFT INDICATOR
TRIM RING
CENTER
CONSOLE
SELFTAPPING
SCREW
RETAINING TAB
10. Remove the beverage holder by lifting it upward to
release the four clips.
8.
Remove the center console trim by lifting it upward
to release the six clips and one retaining tab.
BEVERAGE
HOLDER
CLIPS (4)
CLIPS (6)
RETAINING
TAB
CENTER
CONSOLE
TRIM
CENTER
CONSOLE
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11. Inside the center console, remove the two clips.
At the rear of the center console, remove the two
screws.
13. Remove the rear seat cushion (one bolt, and pull
up to release the two hooks).
HOOKS (2)
M/T Vehicles:
CLIPS (2)
CLIP
CENTER
CONSOLE
SCREW
BOLT
ACCESSORY
SOCKET
REAR SEAT
CUSHION
VEHICLE
CONNECTOR
A/T Vehicles:
CLIPS (2)
14. Open the hatch, and flip the cargo floor mat
forward. Remove the cargo area floor.
SELF-TAPPING
SCREW
CLIP
CARGO
FLOOR MAT
CENTER
CONSOLE
CARGO AREA
FLOOR
ACCESSORY
SOCKET
SCREW
VEHICLE
CONNECTOR
12. Release the two clips that secure the front of the
center console, then remove the center console by
first sliding it toward the rear, then lifting it upward.
Disconnect the vehicle harness connector from the
accessory socket at the rear of the center console.
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15. Remove the hatch weatherstrip in the area shown.
Pull up on the rear trim panel to release the four
clips, and remove the trim.
Routing the BUS Cable
18. Route the BUS cable up to the center panel
opening, and align its connector with the 20-pin
connector of the vehicle harness.
CLIPS (4)
REAR TRIM
PANEL
CENTER PANEL
OPENING
HATCH
WEATHERSTRIP
(Remove in this
area.)
BUS
CABLE
BUS CABLE
CONNECTOR
(Align the BUS cable
connector with the
vehicle 20-pin connector.)
WIRE TIE
VEHICLE
HARNESS
19. Secure the BUS cable to the vehicle harness with
one wire tie in the area shown.
16. Remove the hatch weatherstrip from the left edge
of the opening as shown. Inside the cargo area,
use long-nose pliers to remove the hook.
20. Continue routing the BUS cable to the rear over
the center of the floor panel. Using scissors, cut
a cushion tape into halves. Use one of the halves
to cover the edge of the parking brake lever
bracket where the BUS cable makes contact.
17. Remove the four clips and one hook that secure
the left trunk side trim panel, and remove the
panel. Take care not to damage the clips.
HOOK
VEHICLE 20-PIN
CONNECTOR
•
Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel,
thoroughly clean the area where the cushion
tape will attach to the parking brake lever
bracket.
•
On A/T vehicles, route the BUS cable along
the vehicle harness at the left side.
CLIPS (2)
Inside the
cargo area,
squeeze and
remove the
hook with
long-nose
pliers.
M/T
BUS CABLE
LEFT
TRIM
SIDE
PANEL
VEHICLE
HARNESS
A/T
WIRE
TIE
(Using isopropyl
alcohol, thoroughly
clean the area where
the cushion tape will
be attached.)
WEATHERSTRIP
(Remove in the area
shown.)
HOOK
CUSHION TAPE
Cut into halves.
CLIP
21. Secure the BUS cable to the vehicle harness with
three wire ties in the areas shown.
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22. Remove the clip, and turn over the floor carpet so
it is out of the way. Take care not to damage the
clip.
25. Position the template on the floor panel. Using a
felt-tip pen, mark the floor panel at the centers of
the four marks indicated on the template.
CUSHION TAPE
(Secure the BUS cable as
close to the edge of the
body frame as possible.)
CENTER
PUNCH
FELT-TIP PEN
WIRE TIE
BUS CABLE
TEMPLATE
VEHICLE
HARNESS
FLOOR PANEL
26. Center-punch each mark.
CLIP
FLOOR CARPET
(Turn over.)
27. Drill a 7 mm hole through each center-punched
mark:
23. Route the BUS cable, and secure it to the vehicle
harness with two wire ties.
•
First drill with a 3 mm bit, and finish with a
7 mm bit.
24. Secure the BUS cable to the floor with two cushion
tapes. Secure the BUS cable as close to the trim
panel as possible.
•
Remove any burrs from the edges of the
holes, and apply touch-up paint.
DRILL (First drill with a 3 mm bit,
and finish with a 7 mm bit.)
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28. Insert the studs of the subbracket into the holes
drilled in step 27.
32. Make loops in the BUS cable, and secure them to
the floor panel with three cushion tapes in the
areas shown.
SUBBRACKET
SUBBRACKET
(Remove.)
CUSHION
TAPE
BUS CABLE
(Make loops and
secure them to the
floor panel with the
cushion tapes.)
7 mm HOLES (4)
29. Turn over the left side trim panel, then route the
BUS cable to the rear under the panel.
FUEL LID OPENER
CABLE
Route the BUS cable behind
the damper mounting base.
BUS
CABLE
DAMPER
MOUNTING BASE
33. Remove the subbracket temporarily installed in
step 28.
34. Using a tape measure and a felt-tip pen, measure
and mark the left side trim panel as shown. Using
a utility knife, cut out the marked area.
SUBBRACKET
LEFT SIDE
TRIM PANEL
LEFT SIDE
TRIM PANEL
(Turn over the
panel, and
route the BUS
cable under it.)
8 mm
34 mm
70 mm
73 mm
BUS CABLE
BUS CABLE
CONNECTOR
30. Continue routing the BUS cable to the underside of
the subbracket as shown.
31. Adjust the BUS cable so that the distance from
the edge of the connector to the edge of the
subbracket is 70 mm.
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158 mm
Cut out the marked area from the left
side trim panel with a utility knife.
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35. Install the left side trim panel, and pull the BUS
cable out through the opening.
38. Insert the studs of the subbrackets through the
openings in the left side trim panel and the holes
in the cargo floor mat into the 7 mm holes drilled
in step 27. Install a cover washer, an O-ring, and
a long cap nut onto the end of each stud as
shown. Tighten the cap nuts securely.
Cut out.
65 mm
50 mm
37 mm
81 mm
37 mm
LEFT SIDE
TRIM PANEL
(Install.)
SUBBRACKET
37 mm
BUS
CABLE
CARGO
FLOOR MAT
CARGO
FLOOR MAT
CARGO
FLOOR MAT
COVER
WASHERS (4)
36. Using a tape measure and a felt-tip pen, measure
and mark the cargo floor mat as shown. Using a
utility knife, cut out the marked areas from the
mat. Reinstall the mat.
O-RINGS (4)
LONG CAP
NUTS (4)
37. Slide one collar into each of the four cover
washers, and apply butyl seal to the rubber on the
cover washers.
39. Reinstall the rear trim panel.
COVER WASHERS (4)
COLLARS (4)
(Apply butyl seal to the rubber
on the cover washer.)
COVER
WASHER
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Installing the CD Changer
40. Carefully unpack the CD changer. Remove the
three shipping clips, and discard the shipping
cover. Install an adhesive seal (included with the
CD changer kit) over each of the three clips holes.
Save the shipping clips for your customer in the
event the unit needs to be serviced. Place the
clips in the small plastic bag, and attach the bag
to the CD changer BUS cable with a small wire
tie.
43. Position the side brackets on the CD changer, and
install the two 4 x 8 mm washer-screws for each
side bracket.
4 x 8 mm
WASHERSCREW
4 x 8 mm
WASHERSCREW
SHIPPING CLIPS (3)
SHIPPING COVER
(Discard.)
SIDE
BRACKET
44. Remove the adhesive backing from the carpet trim.
SHIPPING SEALS (3)
CARPET TRIM
(Remove
the adhesive
backing from
the trim and
attach it to the
base bracket.)
6 x 14 mm
WASHER-SCREW
41. Visually check the position of the spring adjusting
pin on both sides of the CD changer. If the spring
adjusting pins are not in the vertical (V) position,
move the pins to the vertical (V) position by sliding
them up with an awl.
SPRING ADJUSTING PIN
(H: HORIZONTAL)
SPRING
ADJUSTING
PIN
(V: VERTICAL)
CARPET TRIM
LEFT
LOCKING
COVER
(included
with CD
changer kit)
ADHESIVE BACKINGS
(Remove before installing the carpet trim.)
RIGHT LOCKING COVER
(included with CD changer kit)
42. Remove the adhesive backing from the “L” and “R”
locking covers, and attach them to the sides of the
CD changer. Align the diagonally opposite holes
with the H and V positions.
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BASE BRACKET
(Using isopropyl
alcohol, thoroughly
clean the areas where
they will contact the
subbrackets.)
45. Position the base bracket and the carpet trim on
the subbrackets, and install the four 6 x 14 mm
washer-screws. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop
towel, thoroughly clean the mating surfaces of the
base bracket and the subbrackets.
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46. Connect the BUS cable connector to the CD
changer connector, then wrap the EPT sealer
around the connectors.
48. Place the CD changer cover over the CD changer.
CD CHANGER
COVER
SHORT CAP NUT
CD
CHANGER
SIDE
BRACKET
CD CHANGER
CONNECTOR
STUD
BUS CABLE
CONNECTOR
SIDE
BRACKET
BASE
BRACKET
49. Plug the BUS cable connector into the rear of the
audio unit.
BUS CABLE
EPT SEALER
(Wrap around the
connectors.)
(Tuck under the
base bracket.)
ANTENNA
LEAD
VEHICLE
CONNECTOR
47. Insert the studs from the base bracket into the
holes in the side brackets, and install the four
short cap nuts. Tighten the cap nuts securely.
CENTER
PANEL
BOLT
50. Plug the antenna lead and the vehicle connectors
into the rear of the radio.
51. Slide the center panel into the radio opening, and
secure it with the two bolts. Using a 10 mm
wrench, tighten the bolts securely.
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Without Cassette Player:
52. Check that all wire harnesses and cables are
routed properly and all connectors are plugged in.
53. Reinstall all removed parts.
54. Reconnect the negative cable to the battery.
RADIO
BUS CABLE
CONNECTOR
55. Enter the customer’s radio anti-theft code, and
reset the radio station presets.
56. Reset the clock.
57. Check the operation of the CD Changer according
to the Owner’s Manual supplied with the unit.
58. Put the CD Changer Owner’s Manual in the glove
box.
NOTE: Whenever the battery is disconnected, the
driver’s window AUTO function is disabled.
ANTENNA
LEAD
VEHICLE 20-PIN
CONNECTOR
POCKET
59. Start the engine, Push down on the driver’s
window switch until the window is fully open.
60. Pull up on the driver’s window switch to close the
window completely, then hold the switch for
2 seconds.
61. Test the window AUTO function.
62. Do the ECM/PCM idle learn procedure.
With Cassette Player:
CASSETTE
PLAYER
AUDIO UNIT
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Make sure all electrical items are turned off.
•
Start the engine. Hold the engine speed at
3,000 rpm with no load (in Park or Neutral) until
the radiator fan comes on.
•
Let the engine idle for about 5 minutes with the
throttle fully closed and with all electrical items
off.
NOTE: If the radiator fan comes on during this
step, the time when it it operating must not be
included in the 5 minutes.
VEHICLE 20-PIN
CONNECTOR
ANTENNA
LEAD
•
BUS CABLE
CONNECTOR
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