Question about 2004 Honda Pilot
In the case the battery was drained in the keyfob - try reprogramming it.
Here are the instructions.
The process is pretty easy....1st) get in the vehicle and close all doors, windows, hood, and trunk.
2nd)put the key in the ignition and turn it to the second position...while in that position (w/out starting) push the lock button on the good key fob you already have. (if you don't already have a good fob, then press the lock button on the new key fob) (do this all w/in 5 seconds)
3rd)turn the key off
4th) turn the key on to the second position and press the lock button on the fob.
5th) turn the key off
6th) turn the key on to the second position and press the lock button on the fob.
7th) turn the key off.
8th) turn the key on to the second position and press the lock button the the fob.....the press the unlock button on the fob..........Now press the lock button on the new fob...press the unlock button on the new fob....
9th) tun the key off.....remove the key from the ignition and test to make sure that the new fob and the old fobs both work now.
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Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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