Where can I find the fuse for the radio?

This is typically on the side of the driver’s-side dashboard. It can also be located under the dash or under the vehicle’s hood in the engine compartment. Refer to your vehicle owner’s manual to determine where your fuse block is located.

Where is the radio fuse on a 2004 Acura TL?

The interior fuse box is on the driver’s lower left side.

Where is the radio fuse on a 2008 Acura MDX?

The interior fuse box is underneath the dashboard on the driver’s side. To remove the fuse box lid, put your finger in the notch on the lid, pull it toward you, and take it out of its hinges. The rear fuse box is located at the left side of cargo area.

Does a car radio have an internal fuse?

Blown Fuse All car radios have at least one fuse that protects it from power surges coming from somewhere else in the vehicle. The first thing you should do when your radio stops working is check its fuses and replace any that have blown.

What is LAF fuse?

I am not sure if you mis read something in the fuse box or not, but if you were missing the LAF sensor fuse you would have a check engine light on. The LAF is basically sensor that determines the oxygen content in the exhaust. It is different in it’s operation than an oxtgen sensor.

Where is the fuse box on an Acura?

The passenger’s side fuse box is located on the lower side panel.

How do I turn off the alarm on my Acura MDX?

Using the keyleSSRemote system, or key fob, push down and hold the panic button. If You prefer, or if You do not have Your key fob, place Your physical key into the driver’s side door lock, and turn it to the unlock position. Hold this position fortwo seconds. The security system should now be reset.

How do you reset an Acura MDX?

Within 5 seconds of turning on the ignition, press the gas pedal, and keep it pressed for 30 seconds. Turn the car off and restart it. There will be no confirmation or beep, but at this point, the ECU and transmission have been reset.

What does VTM 4 mean on a Acura MDX?

Variable Torque Management 4WD System
The Variable Torque Management 4WD System (VTM-4) automatically transfers varying amounts of engine torque to the rear wheels under lower traction conditions. If more traction is needed when your MDX is stuck, or is likely to become stuck, you can use the VTM-4 Lock button to increase torque to the rear wheels.