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Old 12 Oct 2007, 05:42 pm
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Default How do you change the horn settings on a 99 accord remote?

It used to say it on the back of my remote but it has worn off.I am trying to make the horn sound when the alarm is armed or disarmed.
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Old 12 Oct 2007, 05:45 pm
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On my 97 Civic, you hold the 'option' button (the black one) and then either press unlock or lock. I think it's the same remote- my uncle has an Accord around that and I know it's the same remote.Hope that helps!btw my remote has the lock button as the oval on the top, and two circular buttons below it. the one on the left is the unlock and on the right is the option button.
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