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Old 27 Jul 2005, 07:47 am
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Default What problems have you experienced with your keyless entry remote?

What problems have you experienced with your keyless entry remote?

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Old 27 Jul 2005, 09:56 am
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joe wrote:
> What problems have you experienced with your keyless entry remote?



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I find it gets misplaced a lot. Could you possibly be more forthcoming
with some details? You're not under oath. Is it even a Honda?

'Curly'

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Old 27 Jul 2005, 10:10 am
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I am working on the design of new remotes and am gathering data. So you
misplace your keys a lot? I guess a design change can't really solve
that problem!

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Old 27 Jul 2005, 10:52 am
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joe wrote:
> I am working on the design of new remotes and am gathering data. So you
> misplace your keys a lot? I guess a design change can't really solve
> that problem!



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That's better. I was being sarcastic about losing them, since you gave
no details about what kind of car you were (apparently) having trouble with.

Make them smaller. Thinner, so they fit on the keyring just like one of
the other keys.

'Curly'

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Old 27 Jul 2005, 12:50 pm
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I noticed some the newer remotes are simply a thick key which fits on
the ring. There is a constraint because the battery and electronics
need to fit inside.

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Old 27 Jul 2005, 02:57 pm
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"joe" <wwtcmd@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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: What problems have you experienced with your keyless entry remote?
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None, ever. Like almost everything else on my '00 Accord, it just works, all
the time.

Paul


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Old 27 Jul 2005, 10:02 pm
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joe wrote:
> I am working on the design of new remotes and am gathering data. So
> you misplace your keys a lot? I guess a design change can't really
> solve that problem!


Sure, you just need a second remote that will activate the beeper in the
first.


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Old 27 Jul 2005, 10:16 pm
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"joe" wrote

> What problems have you experienced with your keyless entry remote?


Absolutely none with mine.

I've had problems with OTHERS' keyless remotes, though. They haven't
discovered the "off" button to their damned horn-blowing every time they
unlock or lock their doors.


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Old 28 Jul 2005, 05:26 am
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"joe" <wwtcmd@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> What problems have you experienced with your keyless entry remote?
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I did activate the panic button by accident once merely by sitting on it
in my back pocket. Other than that, I echo the other poster's request for
as thin and small as possible. And a littlle longer range would be nice.

Now that I think a little further about it, a way to code my garage door
opener into it would be cool - a button to make my girl friend stop
talking - and one to turn on the lawn sprinkler - another to buy, stamp, and
mail birthday cards on time to friends and relatives, which would require
PDA storage, etc. -- all, of course, while maintaining the aforementioned
thin and small as possible :-). Oh yeah - don't forget the back lighihting!


Bob


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Old 28 Jul 2005, 05:36 pm
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In article <1122468442.147599.115920@f14g2000cwb.googlegroups .com>, "joe"
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> What problems have you experienced with your keyless entry remote?


Joe,
One of the things that I had a hard time getting use to was how the doors
would lock automatically after about 3 minutes. I have now learned to make
sure that I never leave the keys in the car or leave the window rolled
down. This means that I won't get locked out the car. I later figured out
that it's related to the keyless entry remote. I should have read it in
the owner's manual.
Jason

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