SRS UNIT FAILURE, disconect the battery for more than 15 min, and take out srs unit behind middle console down, take out that unit and send to the guys in the internet, they charge u like 40 dollars to reset the srs unit, is better than 700 dollars that the dealer wants to charge u for a new one, get it back installed and airbag light is gone...................
9-7 Faulty right front sensor
No it is standard on ex and dx
I have a 1998 2 door Honda civic and mine doesn't have keyless entry or an anti theft system installed, you can buy an anti theft system and install it, but they can be expensive
Yes, just got to the Honda website (www.honda.com, then go to OwnerLink) and you can search for accessories specific to your vehicle. The keyless entry system for the 2003 Honda Civic LX coupe costs about $250 without installation; it's $350 installed. The accessories are available for purchase through the Honda online store as well.
The 1998 Honda Civic offers a standard 6 engine, power steering, windows, and locks. Optional CD player/tape deck, sunroof, key less entry, and power seats.
No it is not. It's a dealer installed add on. It is standard on the EX but not the LX. If you want it for the 97 Civic LX then you have to buy the transmitter that fits in the cut out part of the stock radio. It's available from Honda dealerships. The installation is a moderate to advanced procedure.
You don't. You have to maintain the factory radio in the car somewhere or the keyless entry will not work on 96-98 civics.
my key got wet now my car will not start. do i have to have my key reprogramed
Try it manually, with the actual key. If it opens that way, then the remote sending unit is defective.
You will know that your Honda Passport has a keyless entry by the absence of a keyhole. There will also be numbers on the door for a lock combination.
yes it does, i have a 2006 civic lx
Data entry by hand is always prone to human error.However, manual data entry is necessary and important. The most common means of entering data manually into the computer is via the keyboard.
People on a tight budget need to look at entry line automobiles. Cars such as the Toyota Carolla, Honda Civic, Ford Focus, and Chevy Cruze fall in this category.
let it be known that if you have stock keyless entry on a 96-98 civc ex that disconnecting the radio will disconnect the dome lights and your keyless entry. YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO USE THEM UNLESS you keep the old raio connectd and splice the new radio into the wires. go to installdr.com and they can help you
its a manual data entry device. manual, because you have to physically press every key, and input because information is going IN to the computer
Check instructions in the users manual.
Yes, I have a 1999 Prism with keyless entry.new answerno, not if they have manual locks.
I'm not 100% certain, but I don't believe this information is available on-line (at least I've never been able to find it). The best alternative would be to procure a copy of the CR-V shop manual from either a Honda dealer, or purchase a Hayne's Manual or Motor's Manual that specifically covers that year, make and model.
The keyless entry module on a1998 Honda Accord is located underneath the dashboard. It is housed on the driver-side the of dash close to the main relay.
Check the users manual
Yes you can as it has been done for years.
Try this site: http://www.ehow.com/how_4470692_program-honda-keyless-entry-remote.html
The Honda Fit is an entry level economy car. It gets 33 mpg highway and starts out at around 15000$ retail. The Nissan Versa is even cheaper, although it's not as nice a vehicle. The Mazda 3 is a very similar car in pricing and features. The Civic and Camry are just a level above it.