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Old 03-17-2013, 06:50 PM   #1
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I did a search for this topic and came up empty so I would appreciate any insight on how to troubleshoot my keyless entry. I recently purchased the car and it only came with one fob and one key. The fob didn't work so I changed the battery and no change. Attempted to follow the programming instructions I found on-line and the fob would not cycle the locks. Any assistance would be appreciated especially since I can't program a new key without the fob working. Thanks

I just search Google and found a post titled "keyless entry???" from Honda-Tech but as stated previously I was unable to get the locks to cycle so I think the problem may be deeper than a simple programming issue. I also realize I failed to mention my model in my first post. It's a '99 Accord LX (coupe). Thanks again.

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