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With a cassette playing, you can use
the FF, REW, SKIP, or REPEAT
function to find a desired program.

Fast Forward and

Rewind move the tape rapidly. To
rewind the tape, push the REW
button. You will see REW in the
display. To fast forward the tape,
push the FF button. You will see FF
displayed. Press the FF, REW or
PLAY button to take the system out
of rewind or fast forward. When the
system reaches the end of the tape,
it reverses direction and begins to
play.

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The SKIP function allows

you to find the beginning of a song
or passage. To skip to the beginning
of a song or passage currently
playing, push the

button. You will

see REW flashing in the display as
the tape rewinds. To skip to the
beginning of the next song, push the

button. You will see FF flashing in

the display as the tape fast forwards.
When the system finds the begin-
ning of a song or passage, it goes
back to PLAY.

To stop the SKIP function before it
finds the beginning of a song or
passage, press either of the SKIP
buttons (

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− The Repeat function

continuously replays the current
song or passage. Press the RPT
button to activate it; you will see RPT
displayed as a reminder. When the
system reaches the end of the song
or passage currently playing, it will
automatically go into rewind. When
it senses the beginning of the same
song or passage, the system returns
to PLAY mode. It will continue to
repeat this same program until you
deactivate REPEAT by pressing the
button again.
Pressing the REW or FF button, or
either of the SKIP buttons, also turns
off REPEAT.

The SKIP and REPEAT functions
use silent periods on the tape to find
the end of a song or passage. These
features may not work to your
satisfaction if there is almost no gap
between selections, a high noise
level between selections, or a silent
period in the middle of a selection.

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The cassette player picks up dirt and
oxides from the tape. This contami-
nation builds up over time and
causes the sound quality to degrade.
To prevent this, you should clean the
player after every 30 hours of use.
Your dealer has a cleaning kit
available.

If you do not clean the cassette
player regularly, it may eventually
become impossible to remove the
contamination with a normal
cleaning kit.

Use 100-minute or shorter cassettes.
Cassettes longer than that use
thinner tape that may break or jam
the drive.

Look at the cassette before you
insert it. If the tape is loose, tighten
it by turning a hub with a pencil or
your finger.
If the label is peeling off, remove it
from the cassette or it could cause
the cassette to jam in the player.
Never try to insert a warped or
damaged cassette in the player.

When they are not in use, store
cassettes in their cases to protect
them from dust and moisture. Never
place cassettes where they will be
exposed to direct sunlight, high heat,
or high humidity. If a cassette is
exposed to extreme heat or cold, let
it reach a moderate temperature
before inserting it in the player.

Never try to insert foreign objects
into the cassette player.

If you see the error indication
‘‘

’’ on the display, press the

EJECT button to remove the
cassette from the unit. Make sure
the tape is not damaged. If the
cassette will not eject or the error
indication stays on after the cassette
ejects, take the car to your Acura
dealer.

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Your Acura’s audio system has an in-
dash CD changer that holds up to six
discs, providing several hours of
continuous entertainment. You
operate this CD changer with the
same controls used for the radio and
cassette player.

To load the CDs or operate the CD
changer, the ignition switch must be
in ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II).

Load and play only standard round
discs. Odd-shaped CDs may jam in
the drive or cause other problems.
You cannot load and play 3-inch
(8-cm) discs in this system.

For best results when using CD-R
discs, use only high quality discs
labeled for audio use. When
recording a CD-R, the recording
must be closed in order for the disc
to be used by CD players. CD-RW
discs will not work in this unit.

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To load multiple CDs in one
operation:

Press and hold the Load button
until you hear a beep and see
‘‘_ _ _ _’’ in the display, then
release the button.

On the left side of the display, the
CD Loaded indicator for an empty
position will begin blinking.

When LOAd appears again in the
display, insert the next disc into
the CD slot.

Repeat this until all six positions
are loaded. The system will then
begin playing the last CD loaded.

If you are not loading CDs into all six
positions, press the Load button
again after the last CD has loaded.
The system will begin playing the
last CD loaded.

If you stop loading CDs before all six
positions are filled, and you do not
press the Load button, the system
will wait for ten seconds, then stop
the load operation and begin playing
the last CD loaded.

To load a single CD:

Press and release the Load button.

When the CD Loaded indicator for
an empty position starts to blink,
and you see LOAd in the display,
insert the disc into the CD slot.
Insert it only about halfway, the
drive will pull it in the rest of the
way.

The system will load the CD, and
begin playing it.

When you see LOAd in the display,
insert the disc into the CD slot.
Insert it only about halfway, the
drive will pull it in the rest of the
way. You will again see the dashes
in the display as the CD is loaded.

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If you press the Load button while a
CD is playing, the system will stop
playing that CD and start the loading
sequence. It will then play the CD
just loaded.

You can also load a CD into an empty
position while a CD is playing by
pressing the appropriate preset
button. Select an empty position (the
CD Loaded indicator is off), and
press the preset button for that
position (1 to 6). The system will
stop playing the current CD and start
the loading sequence. It will then
play the CD just loaded.

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Select the CD changer by pressing
the CD button. You will see ‘‘Cd’’ in
the display. The system will begin
playing the last selected disc in the
CD changer. You will see the disc
and track numbers displayed.

When that disc ends, the next disc in
the CD changer is loaded and played.
After the last disc finishes, the
system returns to disc 1.

To select a different disc, press the
appropriate Preset button (1

6). If

you select an empty position in the
CD changer, the system will go into
the loading sequence (see page

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You can use the SKIP buttons while
a disc is playing to select passages
and change tracks.

To activate the Repeat

feature, press and release the RPT
button. You will see RPT in the
display as a reminder. The system
continuously replays the current
track. Press the RPT button again to
turn it off. Pressing either of the
SKIP buttons also turns off the
repeat feature.

This feature,

when activated, plays the tracks
within a CD in random order, rather
than in the order they are recorded
on the CD. To activate Random Play,
press the RDM button. You will see
RDM in the display. The system will
then select and play tracks randomly.
This continues until you deactivate
Random Play by pressing the RDM
button again, or you select a
different CD with a preset button.

To move rapidly within a track, press
and hold the appropriate SKIP
button. You will hear a beep and the
system will continue to move. Press
the

button to move forward, or

the

button to move backward.

Release the button when the system
reaches the point you want.

Each time you press the

button

and release it, the system skips
forward to the beginning of the next
track. Press and release the
button to skip backward to the
beginning of the current track. Press
and release it again to skip to the
beginning of the previous track.

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To take the system out of CD mode,
press the AM or FM button, or insert
a cassette in the player. If a tape is
already in the cassette player, press
the TAPE button. When you return
to CD mode by pressing the CD
button, play will continue at the same
point that it left off.

If you turn the system off while a CD
is playing, either with the PWR/VOL
knob or the ignition switch, play will
continue at the same point when you
turn it back on.

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To remove the disc that is currently
playing, press the Eject button. You
will see ‘‘EJEC’’ in the display. When
you remove the disc from the slot,
the system automatically begins the
Load sequence so you can load
another CD in that position. If you do
not load another CD, after ten
seconds the system begins playing
the next disc in the changer. If the
changer is empty, the system selects
the previous mode (AM, FM, or
Tape).

If you do not remove the disc from
the slot, the system will reload the
disc after ten seconds and begin
playing it.

To remove a different CD from the
changer, first select it with the
appropriate preset button. When that
CD begins playing, press the Eject
button.

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If you press the Eject button while
listening to the radio or tape, or with
the audio system turned off, the disc
that was last selected is ejected.
After that disc is ejected, pressing
the Eject button again will eject the
next disc in the numerical order. By
doing this six times, you can remove
all the CDs from the changer.

In any mode, if you press the Eject
button and hold it until you hear a
beep, the system will eject all of the
discs in the changer.

You can also eject discs when the
ignition switch is off. The disc that
was last selected is ejected first. You
can eject all six discs, one at a time.

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Never try to insert foreign objects in
the CD player or the magazine.

A new CD may be rough on the
inner and outer edges. The small
plastic pieces causing this roughness
can flake off and fall on the re-
cording surface of the disc, causing
skipping or other problems. Remove
these pieces by rubbing the inner
and outer edges with the side of a
pencil or pen.

To clean a disc, use a clean soft cloth.
Wipe across the disc from the center
to the outside edge.

When a CD is not being played, store
it in its case to protect it from dust
and other contamination. To prevent
warpage, keep CDs out of direct
sunlight and extreme heat.

Handle a CD by its edges; never
touch either surface. Do not place
stabilizer rings or labels on the CD.
These and contamination from
fingerprints, liquids, and felt-tip pens
can cause the CD to not play
properly, or possibly jam in the drive.

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If you see an error indication in the
display while operating the CD
changer, find the cause in the chart
to the right. If you cannot clear the
error indication, take the car to your
Acura dealer.

Indication

Cause

Solution

Disc-changer

malfunction.

High temperature.

Consult your Acura dealer.

Will disappear when the temperature returns to

normal.

CD Changer Error Indications

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Two controls for the audio system
are mounted in the steering wheel
hub. These let you control basic
functions without removing your
hand from the wheel.

The top and bottom buttons adjust
the volume up (

) or down (

).

Press the proper button and hold it
until the desired volume is reached,
then release it.

The AUDIO/CH button has three
functions, depending on whether you
are listening to the radio, or playing a
cassette or CD.

If you are playing a cassette, use the
AUDIO/CH button to advance to the
next selection. You will see ‘‘FF’’
blinking in the display when you
press the AUDIO/CH button. The
system fast forwards until it senses a
silent period, then goes back to
PLAY.

If you are playing a CD, the system
skips to the beginning of the next
track each time you push the
AUDIO/CH button. You will see the
disc and track number in the display.

If you are listening to the radio, use
the AUDIO/CH button to change
stations. Each time you press this
button, the system advances to the
next preset station on the band you
are listening to. You will see the
number of the selected Preset button
in the display. To change bands,
press the AM or FM button on the
audio system’s front panel.

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You will have to store your favorite
stations in the Preset buttons after
the system begins working. Your
original settings were lost when
power was disconnected.

Your car’s audio system will disable
itself if it is disconnected from
electrical power for any reason. To
make it work again, the user must
enter a specific five-digit code in the
Preset buttons. Because there are
hundreds of number combinations
possible from five digits, making the
system work without knowing the
exact code is nearly impossible.

You should have received a card that
lists your audio system’s code
number and serial number. It is best
to store this card in a safe place at
home. In addition, you should write
the audio system’s serial number in
this Owner’s Manual. If you should
happen to lose the card, you must
obtain the code number from your
Acura dealer. To do this, you will
need the system’s serial number.

If your car’s battery is disconnected
or goes dead, or the radio fuse is
removed, the audio system will
disable itself. If this happens, you
will see ‘‘

’’ in the frequency

display the next time you turn on the
system. Use the Preset buttons to
enter the five-digit code. If it is
entered correctly, the radio will start
playing.

If you make a mistake entering the
code, do not start over or try to
correct your mistake. Complete the
five-digit sequence, then enter the
correct code. You have ten tries to
enter the correct code. If you are
unsuccessful in ten attempts, you
must then leave the system on for
one hour before trying again.

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The security system helps to protect
your car and valuables from theft.
The horn sounds and a combination
of headlights, parking lights, side
marker lights and taillights flashes if
someone attempts to break into your
car or remove the radio. This alarm
continues for two minutes, then the
system resets. To reset an alarming
system before the two minutes have
elapsed, unlock either door with the
key or the remote transmitter.

The security system sets auto-
matically fifteen seconds after you
lock the doors, hood, and trunk. For
the system to activate, you must lock
the doors from the outside with the
key, lock tab, door lock switch, or
remote transmitter. The security
system light on the driver’s door
starts blinking immediately to show
you the system is setting itself.

Once the security system is set,
opening either door (without using
the key or the remote transmitter),
or the hood, will cause it to alarm. It
also alarms if the radio is removed
from the dashboard or the wiring is
cut.

With the system set, you can still
open the trunk with the remote
transmitter without triggering the
alarm. The alarm will sound if the
trunk lock is forced, or the trunk is
opened with the trunk release button
on the driver’s door, the trunk
release handle behind the trunk
pass-through cover, or the
emergency trunk opener.

The security system will not set if
the hood, trunk, or either door is not
fully closed. If the system will not set,
check the Door and Trunk Open
Monitor on the instrument panel
(see page

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and trunk are fully closed. Since it is
not part of the monitor display,
manually check the hood.

Do not attempt to alter this system
or add other devices to it.

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