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I have honda accord 2004 V6 and it wont start this morning. I was getting a green key sign on the dashboard. I tried changing the battery without any luck. Does any one know what is the cause of the problem along with a solution. If it is tied with any code key, how much would it cost me to get it fixed. Thanks...

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The Green key Flashing indicates an issue with the immobilizer of the vehicle. This could be a problem with the key being not programmed, or having lost its program. Or this could be an issue with the immobilzer unit, or the part of the ignition switch which reads the key. If the vehicle is cranking with the green light flashing, you will ultimately need the honda dealer computer to program either the key or immobilizer unit.

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