Accessory INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS PARTS LIST Cassette player Application Publications No. BII 22639 CASSETTE PLAYER P/N 08A03-5C2-050 2002 RSX Issue Date JUNE 2001 TOOLS AND SUPPLIES REQUIRED Phillips screwdriver Stubby Phillips screwdriver Ratchet 8 mm and 10 mm Sockets Shop towel Diagonal cutters INSTALLATION Owner’s Manual 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.” 1. If equipped, make sure you have the anti-theft code for the radio, then write down the frequencies for the preset buttons. 2. Disconnect the negative cable from the battery. 3. Pry up on the seven clips, and remove the center lower cover. Unplug the accessory socket connector. Take care not to damage the clips. 5 Washer-screws, 5 x 8 mm Wire tie CLIP (7) Harness clip ACCESSORY SOCKET ACCESSORY SOCKET CONNECTOR © 2001 American Honda Motor Co., Inc - All Rights Reserved. BII 22639 (0106) E2334E CENTER LOWER COVER 08B03-S6M-2001-91 1 of 4 4. Using a stubby Phillips screwdriver, remove the two bolts that fasten the center panel. 7. Remove the radio from the center panel bracket (four bolts). ANTENNA LEAD BOLTS CLIP (4) SELFTAPPING SCREWS VEHICLE CONNECTORS RADIO BOLTS POCKET BOLTS CENTER PANEL BRACKET CENTER PANEL SELF-TAPPING SCREWS 8. CLIP (4) 5. Pull the center panel toward you to release the eight clips, unplug the connectors and the antenna lead, and remove the center panel. Take care not to damage the clips. 6. Remove the hazard switch from the center panel (two self-tapping screws). Remove the pocket from the center panel bracket (four self-tapping screws). Save the pocket and the self-tapping screws for your customer in case the cassette player needs to be removed. HAZARD SWITCH CENTER PANEL 2 of 4 SELFTAPPING SCREWS BII 22639 (0106) © 2001 American Honda Motor Co., Inc - All Rights Reserved. 9. Stack the radio on top of the cassette player, and slide them into the center panel bracket. Install the radio with the four bolts removed in step 7, and install the cassette player with four 5 x 8 mm washer-screws supplied. 12. Reinstall the hazard switch using the two selftapping screws you removed in step 6. HAZARD SWITCH RADIO BOLTS (Removed in step 7.) BOLTS (Removed in step 7.) CASSETTE PLAYER 5 x 8 mm WASHERSCREWS (supplied) 5 x 8 mm WASHER-SCREWS (supplied) CENTER PANEL BRACKET CENTER PANEL SELFTAPPING SCREWS (Removed in step 6.) Use the center holes. 10. Slightly bend the harness clip, and attach it to the rear of the cassette player with one 5 x 8 mm washer-screw supplied. RADIO CONNECTOR HARNESS CLIP CASSETTE PLAYER 5 x 8 mm WASHER-SCREW (supplied) CASSETTE PLAYER BUS CABLE 11. Loop the BUS cable, and attach it to the harness clip. Plug the connector of the BUS cable into the rear of the radio. © 2001 American Honda Motor Co., Inc - All Rights Reserved. BII 22639 (0106) 3 of 4 13. Plug the antenna lead and the vehicle harness connectors into the rear of the radio and the hazard switch. Slide the center panel into the radio opening, and secure it with the two bolts. Using a 10 mm wrench, tighten the bolts securely. • 14. Reconnect the negative cable to the battery. 15. Check the operation of the cassette player according to the Owner’s Manual supplied. 16. Enter the radio anti-theft code, and reset the customer’s radio station presets. 17. Reset the clock. Without CD Changer: VEHICLE HARNESS CONNECTORS ANTENNA LEAD 18. Put the cassette player Owner’s Manual and the pocket and screws (removed in step 8) into the glove box. NOTE: Whenever the battery is disconnected, the driver’s window AUTO function is disabled. 19. Start the engine. Push down on the driver’s window switch until the window is fully open. 20. Pull up on the driver’s window switch to close the window completely, then hold the switch for a second or two more. 21. Test the AUTO window function. CENTER PANEL BOLTS • With CD Changer: Plug the connector of the CD changer BUS cable into the cassette player. ANTENNA LEAD RADIO VEHICLE 20-PIN CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CASSETTE PLAYER CD CHANGER BUS CABLE (When the CD Changer is installed) 4 of 4 BII 22639 (0106) © 2001 American Honda Motor Co., Inc - All Rights Reserved.
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