Question about 1996 Honda Civic
I need to program a second fob for the car. The stock stereo has been replaced with a kenwood stereo by the previous owner. The fob he gave us does work and the car has a factory installed alarm system which is functioning fine.
If you still have the factory keyless entry for your civic, the stock radio is still located within the car. Most likely it is located behind the center console. There is a button on the radio between the AM/FM and CD buttons. Turn the ignition on without starting the car, hold the button down and push any button on the fob to program the fob.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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