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Old 26 Oct 2007, 04:30 am
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Default How do i program a honda accord 2004 key?

ok i have a key and i program it so alarm works and it locks doors too but the key it self doesnt want to start the car....it make noise like it wants to start but it cant any one know how to do it?
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Old 26 Oct 2007, 04:32 am
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It sounds like the key has a transponder that disables the car's immobiliser, and that's obviously not working.You may have to get Honda involved.
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Old 26 Oct 2007, 04:36 am
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the car has the immobilizer system on it that will not allow the engine to start (cuts off fuel injection and ignition) if a non-programmed key is used. The only way to program the key is to take the car to a Honda dealer where they can program it using their scan tool. when they program the key they will need to have all of your keys for that car because they will basically erase the programming then program a new algorythem answer for all of the keys so that all of the keys will start the car.the honda dealer will charge you for the reprogramming. They are the only ones who can do it.hope that answers your question
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Old 26 Oct 2007, 04:40 am
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You'll need to take it to the dealer to get it programmed
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Old 17 Jan 2008, 04:23 pm
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I might have the programming instruction for the 04 accord. I had to get them for my 07. If have find them, I'll post them.
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Old 08 Sep 2009, 02:04 pm
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Do you have the old remote? I bought a Honda Key Shell from www.Ikeyless.com. About $20 plus shipping.
I took the old key apart, replaced all the guts, and put it back together. There is a magnet in the side of the original key that holds the code. Carefully pluck it out and replace in the new shell.

It works. I went to a Honda Dealer and got the Key cut. Save a lot of money.

Now, I do have a Valet key that is useless. I have got to find out how to program it, without a Dealer's $50 charge. I just believe it is possible.

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