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Old 16 Mar 2008, 08:06 pm
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Default Security System Problem

I have a 2001 Accord Ex with a factory installed security system. I disconnected the battery and cleaned the terminals. After I reconnected the battery I had to enter my 5 digit code to reset the anti theft device on the radio. The problem I am having is getting the security system to set. When I lock the car doors and the hit the lock button the security system will not set, Has anyone had this problem before or know if there is a way to reset the security system. Thanks for any advice
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