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Just replaced the battery with a new purchased-at-dealer Honda OEM battery. The car starts right and within 2-3 seconds it shuts off with the "key" light flashing for the theft deterrent system. Is there a sequence that I need to go through to allow the car to run?

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SYSTEM ARMS AFTER SWITCHING IGNITION OFF, SWITCH IGNITION ON, IMMOBOLIZER WARNING LAMP ILLUMINATES FOR A FEW SECONDS,IF IMMOBOLIZER WARNING LAMP ILLUMINATES FOR A FEW SECONDS THEN FLASHES RAPIDLY,KEY CODE NOT RECOGNIZED, REMOVE KEY AND TRY AGAIN,IF THIS PROCEDURE FAILS.THE DEALERSHIP WILL HAVE TO REPROGRAM KEYS AND THE IMMOBOLIZER.

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