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I bought one of those cheapo honda replica deals from a link someone posted up here. Well, I removed the key part....and it WILL NOT PROGRAM !

Turn on hit trunk open turn off

Again

Again

Again...but leave on and hit trunk open but no light blink so I can't even get to step 5.

Not sure how the light can blink when the ignition is on....but anyway.

Not working. A few times it locked the trunk....but not on try 4. Do I need to wait a specific amount of time before trying it again?

All actions were performed within 1 and 4 seconds.

Tried it MANY MANY times. Maybe too many times.

The OEM remote still works fine.

Suggestions?
 

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It sounds like from your post that you already have the directions, but just in case:
TRANSMITTER REGISTRATION
• The codes of up to three transmitters can be registered
into the trunk lock control unit memory.
(If a fourth code is stored, the code which was
registered first will be erased.)
• Make sure to keep the timing between 1 and
4 seconds for each action. Too fast or too slow
will cause the control unit to lose the stored
codes.
1. Turn the ignition switch to “ON.” Between 1 and
4 seconds, press the trunk opener button on the
transmitter while aiming transmitter at the trunk.
Between 1 and 4 seconds, turn the ignition
switch to “OFF.”
2. Between 1 and 4 seconds, turn the ignition
switch back to “ON.” Between 1 and 4 seconds,
press the trunk opener button on the transmitter
while aiming transmitter at the trunk. Between 1
and 4 seconds, turn the ignition switch to “OFF.”
3. Between 1 and 4 seconds, turn the ignition
switch back to “ON.” Between 1 and 4 seconds,
press the trunk opener button on the transmitter
while aiming transmitter at the trunk. Between 1
and 4 seconds, turn the ignition switch to “OFF.”
4. Between 1 and 4 seconds, turn the ignition
switch back to “ON.” Between 1 and 4 seconds,
press the trunk opener button on the transmitter
while aiming transmitter at the trunk. Confirm
that the turn signal lights blink twice. Leave the
ignition switch “ON.”
5. Within 10 seconds, aim the transmitters (up to
three) that you want to store codes in at the trunk
and press the trunk opener button once on each
transmitter. Confirm that the turn signal lights
blink twice. Turn the ignition switch to “OFF.”
6. Confirm proper operation of each transmitter
with the new codes.

Beyond the directions, I have no idea. Good luck.
 

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Is this the procedure you are using?

1. Turn the ignition switch to “ON.” Between 1 and
4 seconds, press the trunk opener button on the
transmitter while aiming transmitter at the trunk.
Between 1 and 4 seconds, turn the ignition
switch to “OFF.”
2. Between 1 and 4 seconds, turn the ignition
switch back to “ON.” Between 1 and 4 seconds,
press the trunk opener button on the transmitter
while aiming transmitter at the trunk. Between 1
and 4 seconds, turn the ignition switch to “OFF.”
3. Between 1 and 4 seconds, turn the ignition
switch back to “ON.” Between 1 and 4 seconds,
press the trunk opener button on the transmitter
while aiming transmitter at the trunk. Between 1
and 4 seconds, turn the ignition switch to “OFF.”
4. Between 1 and 4 seconds, turn the ignition
switch back to “ON.” Between 1 and 4 seconds,
press the trunk opener button on the transmitter
while aiming transmitter at the trunk. Confirm
that the turn signal lights blink twice. Leave the
ignition switch “ON.”
5. Within 10 seconds, aim the transmitters (up to
three) that you want to store codes in at the trunk
and press the trunk opener button once on each
transmitter. Confirm that the turn signal lights
blink twice. Turn the ignition switch to “OFF.”
 

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One other thought. Even though it is new what are the chances the battery in the remote transmitter is spent and does not last long enough to finish the programming process?
 

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What year is your wing. I think they changed the code on the pre 2006 wings.
06 and after are a different code for the remote. Mine was. Don
 

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That's what I am doing.....and the light lights up. So figuring the battery is working.

Crap !
 
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