Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Code Breaking

This title might surprise you, given what the post is about and my affinity for internet technologies.

So, for the past while, our Honda Accord has given me the "c0de" message on its display and prevented me from listening to anything.  Anything.  Okay, maybe an occasional, digital beep.

Thankfully, I found a nifty help video on YouTube, which helped me find the key to cracking the code.

So, where did I find our well-hidden, secret stereo code (and why on earth is there one, in the first place?)?

On the back of the ashtray!!

That's right, kids, McGiver has nothing on me.  Absolutely nothing!!

I will now enjoy my 30 minute commute, feasting on General Conference talks, rather than freeway white noise.


Fletch said...

Had the same problem with my acura. However, no youtube solution could be found and the dealer bailed me out.

Glad to see the internet is serving you well detective.

Cougar Abogado said...

I'm glad you're problem had a solution, as well.

To be candid, behind the ashtray was definitely the last place I looked, and I'm glad I watched the full 5 min+ of the YouTube video, or like Ferris Bueller warns, I may have missed it!

Cougar Abogado said...

Argh. The detective work must have sapped all my grammatical energy, for the day. Make the first line "I'm glad your problem . . . ."

Christy said...

Code breaker, heart taker. Yep

Cougar Abogado said...

Yes, I was truly born to be wild.