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Honda accord 98 I put in the car a replacement key without sensor and the car wont start. How do i resset this and use my original key

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Resetting with the original key should be able to take battery cables off for a minute and put them back on you still virgin the key to lock and unlock door place original key and steering wheel turn forward wait till the 3 minutes for the security like to go out and shoot it. From there if the original T is not damaged

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