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Old 07 Aug 2006, 08:37 pm
gonyong@gmail.com
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Default Keyless Entry Installation.

Hi,

I just got a genuine Honda Civic keyless entry today which I've order
from http://www.handa-accessories.com for $120. And I installed it
today. The problem I have is it is not working at all.

Here are the instruction, and I did just want it tells on instruction.
http://www.handa-accessories.com/civ...ckeyless01.pdf

My question is am I doing something wrong for programming of remote
controller?
or the actual keyless entry unit is broke?
or since I don't have factory-audio on mine, is that the problem?
just in case, if I put wrong connector on the fuse.. are they supposed
to be all different size? so if someone tried to fit one, it won't fit
if it is not the right one.

When I asked the merchant, they said it will be okay and there keyless
entry unit is basically all I need. Please help me..

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Old 08 Aug 2006, 06:58 pm
Lee Florack
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Default Re: Keyless Entry Installation.

gonyong@gmail.com wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I just got a genuine Honda Civic keyless entry today which I've order
> from http://www.handa-accessories.com for $120. And I installed it
> today. The problem I have is it is not working at all.
>
> Here are the instruction, and I did just want it tells on instruction.
> http://www.handa-accessories.com/civ...ckeyless01.pdf
>
> My question is am I doing something wrong for programming of remote
> controller?
> or the actual keyless entry unit is broke?
> or since I don't have factory-audio on mine, is that the problem?
> just in case, if I put wrong connector on the fuse.. are they supposed
> to be all different size? so if someone tried to fit one, it won't fit
> if it is not the right one.
>
> When I asked the merchant, they said it will be okay and there keyless
> entry unit is basically all I need. Please help me..
>

Of course there MAY be something wrong with the unit but here's the
problems I had with programming my wife's CRV unit.

- When it says turn the key to OFF don't go to LOCK
- When you get to the last step of the programming (press the lock
button on each remote), THE IGNITION KEY CANNOT BE IN THE LOCK (It
doesn't say that in the instructions but programming will NOT work
if you leave the key in the ignition.
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Old 08 Aug 2006, 10:17 pm
The Yi
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Default Re: Keyless Entry Installation.

Thanks for your post. But I'm still having a problem which I believe my
poor English.

- When it says turn the key to OFF don't go to LOCK
-> Is that means go to "I" (off) from "II" (on)? What do you mean don't
go to LOCK??

- When you get to the last step of the programming (press the lock
button on each remote),

THE IGNITION KEY CANNOT BE IN THE LOCK (It
doesn't say that in the instructions but programming will NOT work
if you leave the key in the ignition.

-> What you mean IGNITION KEY CANNOT BE IN THE LOCK? Should I use
different key which just let me open door for that? I'm sorry but, I
need more detail please. I don't speak English well..

Please, let me know. Thank you so much.


Lee Florack wrote:
> gonyong@gmail.com wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I just got a genuine Honda Civic keyless entry today which I've order
> > from http://www.handa-accessories.com for $120. And I installed it
> > today. The problem I have is it is not working at all.
> >
> > Here are the instruction, and I did just want it tells on instruction.
> > http://www.handa-accessories.com/civ...ckeyless01.pdf
> >
> > My question is am I doing something wrong for programming of remote
> > controller?
> > or the actual keyless entry unit is broke?
> > or since I don't have factory-audio on mine, is that the problem?
> > just in case, if I put wrong connector on the fuse.. are they supposed
> > to be all different size? so if someone tried to fit one, it won't fit
> > if it is not the right one.
> >
> > When I asked the merchant, they said it will be okay and there keyless
> > entry unit is basically all I need. Please help me..
> >

> Of course there MAY be something wrong with the unit but here's the
> problems I had with programming my wife's CRV unit.
>
> - When it says turn the key to OFF don't go to LOCK
> - When you get to the last step of the programming (press the lock
> button on each remote), THE IGNITION KEY CANNOT BE IN THE LOCK (It
> doesn't say that in the instructions but programming will NOT work
> if you leave the key in the ignition.


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