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Immobilizer system 2003 honda civic

Battery died. I jumped it it ran but the immobilzer symbol kept flashing, and now I cannot get it to start again. Is there a way to recode the keys so they work or override the system?

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Needs recoding at dealer

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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