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Its the same as honda civics. It a series of turning the ignition key off and on while pushing button on the remote. Im sure you can look that up as it's more common
Pushing the button on your remote....
The new Chevy Volt has a remote starter, as do the newest models of Subaru, Lexus, and Acura cars. It is also possible to have a remote starter installed into the car of your choice, even if it does not come with the factory option.
First guess; the battery is dead. If you replace the battery and that doesn't solve the problem, you may need to have the dealer reprogram the remote for your lock code.
you don't. They are hard coded by the little flex circuit attached to the circuit board inside. The flex circuit has 16 positions (actually labelled 1-16) that can be punched out to create different codes. There is a white label on the back of the remote with a number that represents the punched out positions. The reciever in the car has a matching punch code. There is a way to remove the flex circuit and put it into another working remote. It is also possible to change the code on a working remote to match your remote. Both of these require very delicate soldering operations
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How do i pull codes for a 1989 acura legend
you have to have acura dealer re program the new key. sucks but i guess its for your protection. you will need registration and i.d.
The owners manual tells how to program the garage door buttons good luck Cliff
On your keyless entry remote hold down the panic button and trunk button at the same time till the remote light flashes. Then the "beep beep" of the alarm will sound when locking and unlocking your car.
i spoke with my dealership (Continental Acura-Naperville, IL) about this for my 2009 acura mdx. I was told, YES, without any modifications. The issue I ran into was connecting a tow bar to the Acura. The entire front end is plastic with no metal to attach to. I was never successful in connecting a tow bar.
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