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post #1 of 33 Old 11-04-2004, 03:39 PM Thread Starter
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Service bulletin 98-011
Keyless Remote Transmitter Information
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was reading through the service bullitens, funnily enough found the squeek and click than annoyed me immensely in my old civic. They finally put a bulliten out one month before I sold it (dealer had no idea what the problem was, or just decided not to do it/they must have been informed of the problem beforehand)...side tracked anyway.

I was reading through the transmitter reprogramming and was wondering about something. If an unprogrammed key could be used for step one of reprogramming, is that a security issue? or am I missing something. If someone broke into a car with just the immobilizer (no alarm), and used the procedure with an unprogrammed key, would they be able to drive off??
Or does this not affect the imobilizer chip programming in the key only the transmitter? I'm guessing the laser cut key would have to match too. Hmmmm

I'm confused, could anyone explain it to me please.

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Immobilizer programming and keyless are two different systems. You can use the keyless to open the door, but if the chip doesn't match then you still can't start the car.
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Immobilizer programming and keyless are two different systems. You can use the keyless to open the door, but if the chip doesn't match then you still can't start the car.
Thanks I figured that must be the case

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My friend should be thrilled! The key fobs to her 98' EX Oddy, cracked. She wanted to replace them but the dealer was going to charge $120.00 for a program (ouch)! Now I can give her a new trnasmitter off eBay, and program it for christmas!

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My accord was stolen earlier this year and went missing for about 5 hours, before I found it abandoned at the local Wal-Mart parking lot. The thief broke into my gym locker and stole my key.

Is this the best way to reprogram the key's so my missing key does not start the car?
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Welcome, King6fivE! Sorry to hear your car was stolen! Is it OK??? Wouldn't your insurance pay for having it all done for you?

I think this method would make the KEY match the car & you'd need a new key & the car to match it, right?

Oh shoot, now I'm confused....

I'm not sure, but I do think your's would be reprogramable.
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How will the dealer charge for a new programed remote transmitter. One of the dealer in my area charge $70 for the remote transmitter, $90 to program and $10 to cut a key. Isnt that insane?

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How will the dealer charge for a new programed remote transmitter. One of the dealer in my area charge $70 for the remote transmitter, $90 to program and $10 to cut a key. Isnt that insane?
That't not insane, it's about right for dealers these days (which is why I stay away from them).

Programming the thing would make that particular fob work on your car, but it doesn't disable the one that was stolen. The only way to do that would be to get a new control unit which is big $$$
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ask for new plates on your car. The theif will have a harder time finding it I bet...

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The price doesn't sound too bad. The labor part sounds like about an hour. (programming) Not many will give away an hour of their time for nothing. The remote/key actually sounds lower than I'd imagine.
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Doesn't the keyless entry unit start wiping out key's from its memory once you program more than 4 keyfobs to it? Is it any different with the 7th gens?
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Doesn't the keyless entry unit start wiping out key's from its memory once you program more than 4 keyfobs to it? Is it any different with the 7th gens?

Nope, your right. All alarms will drop codes when you put too many in, usually factory ones can only hold 3 codes before then remove the old ones, aftermarket can get as high as 6 before they start dropping. Had to do it too many times when customers would lose their remote control and needed new ones coded in. Nothing hard about it just annoying to have to sit there for 20 mins programming in the new remote multiple times to force the old codes out.

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Wait I don't think Im understanding. The Key is NOT programmed by the buttons on the transmitter! If you open up the key you'll see that there is a remote transmitter, which is entirely seperate from the key. The key WILL have to be programmed by your dealer. DO NOT EVER EVER EVER! Take it to a locksmith for reprogramming! The dealer must update their internal computers so that future owners will be able to reprogram the unit. My friend had this happen on his used 03' Civic. It caused many issues, and he had to replace the whole ignition switch.


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