Question about 1993 Honda Accord
The security system in a honda has to recognize the ignition key. there is a chip in the key that sends a signal to the computer to turn off the security system. if that key has been dropped, thrown, or just used alot depending on the miles of the vehicle, the chip will no longer send that signal. unfortunatly you have to go to the dealer and buy a new key. Then they will have to program the key to corridnate with you car's computer.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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