Dealer replaced the radio unit(BOSE unit) and the problem is still there.....(2005 MDX)
Start the car in the morning, heard clicking for the first 15 seconds like it was timing something. Then broken sound came out first , it doesn't matter if the mode was on radio, CD player, or XM when we start up the car. 10 to 15 seconds later, the sound came up fine. If the trip was long and we start up the car again the same day, we don't get broken noise. Left the car in the garage overnight, broken sound is there next morning.
My wife also mentioned that the car doesn't always start up at the first time. I have been using Mobil1 synthetic 5W20 ever since the first oil change with Honda oil filter. My guess is the battery is going to die?? Can't be a grounding issue like some other member had?
The noise is like you are on a celluar when you have problem hearing the other party. As I said, start up the car, clicking noise first from all speakers, broken sound next, then sound comes up fine no matter which mode(radio, CD, XM) was left on last night.
Hmmm so does any sound come through, it comes through broken up or just static. At this point any type of trouble shooting is hard to do, best bet is take it back to the dealer and tell them it is still not resolved.
I have just purchased a 2003 Touring Acura MDX. However, the battery died and now the navigation screen says to enter in a 4 digit code. I contacted the previous owner and he doesn't know what it is. Is there a way to reset the code? Someone please HELP! Thanks
Title pretty much says it all.. I get rapid clicks and it won’t start, usually when I don’t drive for a few days at a time. It broke down on me before so I replaced the alternator since the battery was okay during the diagnostic. Same thing happened with the clicking so I just replaced the...
Drivers side door barely clicked shut and now its stuck. Acts like its locked. Rod connected to door handles is fine, plastic clips aren't broken and can't take door panel off as the door is closed. Please provide input. Thank you