Having problems with your Honda Prelude ?

I have a 1997 Honda Prelude that I recently dropped a 96 engine in. The mechanic that installed it said it runs great, but he went out of business and left the country with my keys before I ever got the car back. I am the third owner and dont have spares. I went and had a key cut at a dealership and installed an OBD1 p28 ECU, it was my understanding that this would be a way around the immobilizer. Sadly it was not. I did activate the immobilizer before I switched out. Can this still be act

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 17-06-2019

Answers :

U must have the dealer program the anti-theft module to the new key which has a transponder chip in it, u can't just have a key cut that will not work, you can't do this at home, you need a dealer only scan tool to do the programming of the module, as far as a fuse goes the system would not give the key symbol it it had no power, so that is not the problem, the problem is you need the anti-theft module programmed.
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