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The code that came up will tell you what sensor/ servo/ solenoid needs attention. Forget the starter suggestion. Most probably if it has a transmission code it would be a transmission control module . Come back in a comment as to the code so that we may be able to help you with suggestions as to where the shop should look.
You can check the manual that came with the Remote starter. If you do not have one try look it up on line. You can try call the people that install that kind of remote starter. Some started do a lot more than start your car and the only way to know is to look at the manual. You are trying to find out if it is has a ignition kill command.
My mind goes to battery, starter, or kill switch. If you can play the radio and the lights are working, but you get nothing when you try to start it (not even a clicking sound), it's not likely the starter, either. You may have a kill switch engaged. Some Honda cars have a kill switch that disables the engine from starting. (Anti-theft device installed). Check your user Guide to see if there is info there. Often, there is a button you need to push or some other trigger to release the lockout. Here is what I would try: 1. Conact the seller, if you can, to inquire. 2. Call AAA. They may know the various options, and did help me when I had trouble. 3. Call a Honda dealer to inquire about options for disabling it.