Question about 2001 Honda Civic
If there are absolutely no problems of any kind, it may simply be a
reminder to remove your key. There's a transponder chip inside the key
and it is designed to not allow you to lock your keys in the car. Do
you only see the flashing green light when you are stopped and your key
is in the ignition?
This is a tricky area to diagnose, if there are any other issues. Have you had any indication of intermittent power, due to your ignition switch? Sometimes, weight from additional keys and from the fob can cause wear in the ignition switch, which can lead to these problems. Also, the main relay may be failing, which provides power to the immobilizer. If you can rule out a problem with the ignition switch, I would try replacing the main relay. Be sure to disconnect the negative battery cable first, after recording any radio codes.
My bet is that it's a reminder to not forget your keys. Check your Owner's Manual.
I hope helps (remember to rate this answer).
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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