Honda Civic EX
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I replaced my built in radio with other new brand. Is my keyless remote entry for 2000 Honda Civic EX affected?

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2006-07-29 06:47:19
2006-07-29 06:47:19

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.

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