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Old 12 Oct 2009, 08:46 pm
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Default 99 acura TL, problem programing temp key?

Cant get the temp key they gave me to work. They were unclear with how to program it. I got it to start yesterday and cannot get it to start again.

You have to press the E brake in and out and turn the key so many times to get the key to work.

Anyone done this before and have some tips?
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Old 12 Oct 2009, 09:31 pm
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Emergency start only works a few times to allow you to get a real key. Call a locksmith.
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