Question about 1994 Honda Civic
I am trying to fix my remote control but it is not working even after i changed the battery. Do i have to get a new one or is there a more economical way to fix it. will i have to change the whole system in my car or are there remotes that are compatible with my car original alarm system?
Perhaps the mechanism is worn out that locks and unlocks your doors. Remove the door panel if you feel comfortable with the idea or find someone mechanically inclined to do it for you and try using your remote to see if there is any movement within the powered mechanism. I dont know the history of your cars and if someone else has tried to repair that issue. If the remote itself is the problem, I imagine theres a sight online you could probably find a universal remote to replace your faulty one.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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