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2001 Honda Accord Will not start do not think its the elec sys

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2001 Honda Accord DX. manual windows and locks. I do have the Anti-theft stickers on the windows. Today I went out to it after I finished at the gym and upon turning the key - Nothing happened at all. The only things that will come on are the Doors/Brake Light indicator and the Dome light. I hear no clicking, nothing turning over, no fans whatsoever.

I tend to think that it is the Immobilizer somehow. I tried to jump it off and got nothing at all in the form of power. I'll be heading back soon to trouble shoot.

Any suggestions are appreciated.

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  • David Howard Feb 23, 2012

    It is the immobilizer, I have the 2001 ex and my car does the same thing. What I've learned is that the immobilizer is a three part system. The transponder (key) the antenna (which reads the key,a ring located around the ignition cylinder) and the computer. With mine i tap on the ring around the ignition with a little mallet or anything else thats handy until the key light turns on on the dash. I also hear a click in the dash when the key turns on. It doesn't work every time but after several attempts it works in the end. My problem with the immobilizer is I have a faulty antenna.

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Then its nothing to do wid immobilicer.,check battery strength,maybe your generator is draining all the power

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