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Honda Odyssey 2003-04 Radio AMFM CD w Bluetooth on a Pigtail 39100-S0X-A300 1XU1

SKU: 638-59136-BTP

Part Number: 39100-S0X-A300


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2003 - 2004 Honda Odyssey AM FM Radio Single Disc CD Player Bluetooth on a Pigtail - For use with iPod, iPad, iPhone, mp3 Player, Sirius XM Satellite, Android Phone & more! Code Included. Minor Wear. Part Number: 39100-S0X-A300 Compatible Part Number: 39100-S0X-A31 Face Number: 1XU1 Free Shipping to All 50 States! 90 Day Warranty! Free, Live Technical Support! This is for a Honda Odyssey AM FM Radio Single Disc CD Player that includes bluetooth on a pigtail for use with iPod, iPhone, mp3 Players, satellite radio & more. This radio has been professionally overhauled, cleaned, serviced as needed and thoroughly checked. The radio's appearance is great, as pictured. This radio is in 100% working order. This radio is being sold as a REPLACEMENT ONLY! The part number is 39100-S0X-A300. If you do not have this exact part number currently in your vehicle, it will likely NOT WORK. If you are unsure of your part number, contact us with your VIN and we should be able to provide you with the correct part number. They may look the same and have the same plugs but data streams may be different, not allowing them to code. For example, external amps are used in some cars and will not allow interchange, etc. The Bluetooth upgrade is simple to operate! Just pair the device, press the Bluetooth button and play your music or most in-app audio, including iTunes, Rhapsody, Pandora, Spotify, YouTube, Netflix and many, many more will play in full, crisp, clean quality while taking advantage of all sound controls on the radio. To complete paring, some devices require a pass key or code which is "0000." Please note: that this will not work with phone calls as phone manufacturers have designed calls to work with Bluetooth mic systems only. When you do not want to listen to Bluetooth music, simply unpair or turn off your device's Bluetooth.