In front of your engine is the starter with the solenoid attached. there are wires running to it from the battery. If you short this out by touching a screwdriver to the two tips (about a half inch apart) it may start. If it keeps running you may need a new starter solenoid.
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You can't bypass it. It's there for a reason. You can temporarily bypass it through the correct procedure, but you must have the brake code from Honda first. If your ignition is damaged you have to replace the entire lock set, and have it all reprogrammed at your dealership. The immobilizer system works through the PCM so any attempt to bypass it will render it useless, and the car will never run.
May have a fault in the VATS. Most likely the wires that come from the ignition lock are broke. That is the weak link of the VATS.
Need to measure the resistance of the pelet n your key and basically add that value of resistors to the wire for the lock cylinder at the bottom of the column where they come out.
If you do a search for "VATS bypass" you should find diagrams of how to do this. (This is mistakenly refered to a VATS bypass while it really is not a bypass. The Pass Key module always stays in play. It just bypasses the weak link in the system.)