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INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Accessory
Application
REMOTE CONTROL
ENGINE STARTER
2012 TL
PARTS LIST
Publications No.
BII 45421
Issue Date
MAR 2011
Accessory User’s Information Manual
Remote Control Engine Starter Unit Kit
P/N 08E91-TK4-200A
Transmitter
Quick Start Guide
Control unit
Remote Control Engine Starter Attachment Kit
P/N 08E92-TK4-200C
Engine starter harness
Antenna
Control unit bracket
Key ring
3
Relays
Protective tape
Caution label
Fuse label
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Urethane tapes
08E92-TK4-2C00-90
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Template
Illustration of the Remote Control Engine Starter
Installed in the Vehicle
ANTENNA
A-pillar clip
3A
FUSES
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
CONTROL UNIT
Flange nut
TOOLS AND SUPPLIES REQUIRED
Phillips screwdriver
40A
FUSE
BLOCK
Flat-tip screwdriver
RELAYS
0D0601AJ
Small flat-tip screwdriver
Ratchet
INSTALLATION
10 mm and 12 mm Sockets
10 mm Combination wrench
Diagonal cutters
Isopropyl alcohol
Shop towel
Tape measure
Scissors
Rubber mallet
Client Information: The information in this installation
instruction is intended for use only by skilled
technicians who have the proper tools, equipment, and
training to correctly and safely add equipment to your
vehicle. These procedures should not be attempted by
“do-it-yourselfers.”
NOTE: The antenna should be installed only if the
ambient air temperature is 15°C (60°F) or above.
HDS
Masking tape
1.
2 Pairs of needle nose pliers
Plastic Trim Tool (T/N SILTRIMTL10)
Make sure you have the anti-theft codes for the
audio and navigation system (if equipped), then write
down the audio presets.
Ruler
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If the vehicle is equipped with the keyless start system, go
to step 2; if not, go to step 4.
2.
4.
Check the settings of the switches on the control unit.
NOTE: If the switch settings are not correct, the
remote control engine starter will not operate
correctly.
Check the settings of the switches on the control unit.
NOTE: If the switch settings are not correct, the
remote control engine starter will not operate
correctly.
CONTROL
UNIT
CONTROL
UNIT
Discharge any
static electricity.
SMALL
FLAT-TIP
SCREWDRIVER
Discharge any
static electricity.
SMALL
FLAT-TIP
SCREWDRIVER
SWITCHES
SWITCHES
SWITCHES
SWITCHES
SET
SET
SW:1 RR Junction unit --------------------> OFF
SW:2 Trunk or Tailgate ---------------------> OFF
SW:1 RR Junction unit --------------------> OFF
SW:3 Smart Entry----------------------------> OFF
SW:2 Trunk or Tailgate ---------------------> OFF
SW:4 Horn or Buzzer Answerback-----> OFF
SW:3 Smart Entry----------------------------> ON
SW:5 Trunk Main SW -----------------------> OFF
SW:4 Horn or Buzzer Answerback-----> OFF
SW:6 Reserve ---------------------------------> OFF
SW:5 Trunk Main SW -----------------------> OFF
FOR VEHICLES WITHOUT KEYLESS START SYSTEM
SW:6 Reserve ---------------------------------> OFF
001501AJ
FOR VEHICLES WITH KEYLESS START SYSTEM
5.
925003AT
3.
Using a small flat-tip screw driver, set the switches
on the control unit as shown. Go to step 6.
Using a small flat-tip screw driver, set the switches
on the control unit as shown.
NOTE:
•
Set the switches before plugging in the control
unit.
•
If you are setting the switches with the control
unit installed in the vehicle, touch the metal part
of the screwdriver to any metal part of the vehicle
to discharge any static electricity.
•
If you change the switch settings with the unit
connected, you must disconnect the unit, then
reconnect it before the new settings are
recognized.
NOTE:
•
Set the switches before plugging in the control
unit.
•
If you are setting the switches with the control
unit installed in the vehicle, touch the metal part
of the screwdriver to any metal part of the vehicle
to discharge any static electricity.
•
If you change the switch settings with the unit
connected, you must disconnect the unit, then
reconnect it before the new settings are
recognized.
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6.
Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the
control unit where the protective tape will attach.
Remove the adhesive backing, and attach the
protective tape to the control unit over the switch
opening.
9.
CONTROL
UNIT
Remove the upper steering column cover and the
lower steering column cover:
•
Starting with the left side, use a small flat-tip
screwdriver to push in to release the tab, then
push in on the side of the upper steering column
cover in the area shown to release the rear tab.
•
Shift the column covers to the right, and repeat
the same procedure.
•
Release the four hooks, and remove the upper
steering column cover and the lower steering
column cover.
UPPER STEERING
COLUMN COVER
2 HOOKS
Push.
Push.
2 REAR TABS
PROTECTIVE
TAPE
SWITCH
OPENING
Clean with
isopropyl alcohol.
SMALL FLAT-TIP
SCREWDRIVER
(Push on tabs.)
ADHESIVE
BACKING
772505AS
7.
Lower the tilt lever and pull the steering wheel out.
Remove the two lower self-tapping screws and the
lower screw.
SELF-TAPPING
SCREWS
2 HOOKS
LOWER STEERING
COLUMN COVER
830617BT
TILT
LEVER
LOWER
SCREW
8.
LOWER
SELF-TAPPING
SCREWS
830618BT
Turn the steering wheel as necessary to access
each self-tapping screw, and remove the two selftapping screws.
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10. Open the hood. Remove the front bulkhead cover
(four clips and two hooks).
4 CLIPS
12. Remove the roof console:
FRONT BULKHEAD COVER
•
Open the sunglass holder, and remove two selftapping screws.
•
Release two clips, and pull the roof console
toward you.
•
Unplug the vehicle connectors to remove the
roof console.
VEHICLE CONNECTORS
2 CLIPS
ROOF
CONSOLE
SUNGLASS
HOLDER
(Open.)
HOOK
SELF-TAPPING
SCREWS
HOOK
831801BH
830606BT
13. Remove the two sunvisor holders by turning each
holder 45°.
11. Disconnect the negative cable from the battery.
Turn.
2 SUNVISOR
HOLDERS
830653AT
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14. Remove the left sunvisor.
15. Pull away the door opening trim from the left front Apillar trim.
•
Pivot the left sunvisor downward.
•
Locate the slot in the sunvisor holder, and insert
a flat-tip screwdriver into the slot. Push in and
hold the retaining tab.
•
While holding the retaining tab, rotate the
sunvisor toward the door to remove it.
•
Unplug the vanity mirror light connector.
DOOR OPENING
TRIM
LEFT FRONT A-PILLAR TRIM
CLIP
NOTE: If the retaining tab did not stay pushed in, return
the left sunvisor to its original position and repeat the
steps above.
SHOP
TOWEL
25 mm
(1.0 in.)
FRONT
PILLAR
VANITY
MIRROR
LIGHT
CONNECTOR
LEFT FRONT
A-PILLAR TRIM
CLIP
RUBBER
MALLET
PIN
Rotate
towards
the door.
Push and hold
the retaining tab.
Strike perpendicularly
to the vehicle.
16. Using a rubber mallet and a shop towel, tap the left
front A-pillar trim at the position shown to release the
clip.
LEFT
SUNVISOR
FRONT
17. Pull away the door opening trim, and remove the left
front A-pillar trim (one clip, and unplug the vehicle
connector).
FLAT-TIP
SCREWDRIVER
HOLDER
SLOT
830602BT
CLIP
LEFT FRONT
A-PILLAR TRIM
A11301AJ
VEHICLE
CONNECTOR
DOOR OPENING
TRIM
830603AT
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18. Remove and discard the clip from the left front
A-pillar trim, and install a new A-pillar clip (supplied).
20. Remove the driver’s dashboard under cover:
•
Turn the knob counterclockwise.
•
Release two clips and one pin, then pull the
driver’s dashboard under cover toward you.
•
Unplug the vehicle connector, and release the
harness clip to remove the driver’s dashboard
under cover.
NEW A-PILLAR CLIP
HARNESS
CLIP
VEHICLE CONNECTOR
PIN
CLIP (Discard.)
LEFT FRONT
A-PILLAR TRIM
830604AT
19. Using a plastic trim tool, remove the left dashboard
side cover (four clips and four hooks).
DRIVER’S
DASHBOARD
UNDER COVER
2 CLIPS
KNOB
(Turn.)
830607AT
21. Remove the left front door sill trim (four clips and
three retaining tabs).
4 CLIPS
4 CLIPS
4 HOOKS
LEFT
DASHBOARD
SIDE COVER
830614BT
FRONT
LEFT FRONT DOOR
SILL TRIM
3 RETAINING
TABS
830608AT
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22. Pull away the door opening trim, and remove the left
kick panel (two clips).
24. Using masking tape, attach the template to the
windshield. Align with the black ceramic as shown.
WINDSHIELD
BLACK
CERAMIC
Align
with the
black
ceramic.
2 CLIPS
MASKING
TAPE
DOOR OPENING
TRIM
TEMPLATE
LEFT KICK
PANEL
830609AT
830620AT
25. Bend the antenna plate according to the full scale
drawing shown. Use two pairs of needle nose pliers
as shown.
Installing the Antenna
23. Using scissors, cut out the template.
Cut out.
ANTENNA
12 mm
(0.47 in.)
7 mm
(0.28 in.)
TEMPLATE
25 mm
(0.98 in.)
SCISSORS
ANTENNA
PLATE
830619AT
2 PAIRS OF
NEEDLE
NOSE
PLIERS
SCALE
9D0728AJ
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26. Starting at the antenna end of the cable, wrap three
urethane tapes around the antenna cable at the
measurements shown.
28. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the
area where the antenna will attach.
HEADLINER
ANTENNA
ANTENNA
CABLE
WINDSHIELD
(Clean with
isopropyl alcohol.)
400 mm
(16 in.)
TEMPLATE
ANTENNA
PLATE
40 mm
(1.6 in.)
3 URETHANE TAPES
50 mm
(2.0 in.)
750 mm
(30 in.)
40 mm
(1.6 in.)
ADHESIVE
BACKING
(Remove.)
ANTENNA
ANTENNA CABLE
830623AT
URETHANE
TAPE
(Cut in half.)
2 URETHANE TAPE HALVES
830622AT
27. Using scissors, cut one urethane tape in half. Wrap
the two halves of the urethane tape around the
antenna cable at the measurements shown.
29. Remove the adhesive backing from the antenna.
Insert the antenna plate behind the headliner, align
the antenna with the template, and attach the
antenna to the windshield. Make sure the antenna is
attached firmly to the windshield.
30. Remove the template.
31. Route the antenna cable towards the driver’s side of
the vehicle. Gently pull down the headliner, and tuck
the antenna cable behind it. Be careful not to crease
the headliner.
HEADLINER
ANTENNA
CABLE
830624BT
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32. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the
area where the urethane tapes will attach.
URETHANE
TAPE
(Cut in half.)
35. Pull away the door opening trim from the left front
A-pillar. Route the antenna cable down next to the
dashboard, and tuck the antenna cable between the
left front A-pillar and the dashboard. Reinstall the
door opening trim.
2 URETHANE
TAPE HALVES
DOOR OPENING TRIM
ANTENNA
CABLE
ROOF PANEL
(Clean with
isopropyl alcohol.)
DASHBOARD
830625AT
33. Using scissors, cut one urethane tape in half. Secure
the antenna cable to the roof panel with the two
halves of urethane tape.
34. Secure the antenna cable to the vehicle harness with
six wire ties.
LEFT FRONT
A-PILLAR
ANTENNA CABLE
830627BT
36. Route the antenna cable along the vehicle harness
as shown.
6 WIRE TIES
ANTENNA
CABLE
ANTENNA
CABLE
VEHICLE
HARNESS
VEHICLE
HARNESS
830626AT
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Routing the Engine Starter Harness
42. Install the control unit bracket to the control unit.
37. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the
area where the fuse labels will attach.
3A FUSE LABEL
CONTROL UNIT
BRACKET
Clean with
isopropyl alcohol.
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
40A
FUSE
LABEL
FUSE BLOCK
CONTROL
UNIT
RELAY
BLOCK
830632AT
RELAYS
862703AT
43. Attach the engine starter harness relay and fuse
blocks onto the control unit bracket.
38. Attach the 40A and 3A fuse labels to the engine
starter harness fuse block.
39. Install the three relays on the engine starter harness
relay block.
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
RELAY
BLOCK
CLIP
CONTROL UNIT
BRACKET
40. Plug the antenna terminal into the control unit.
CONTROL UNIT
ANTENNA
TERMINAL
FUSE
BLOCK
862704AT
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS 28-PIN
CONNECTOR
830631AT
41. Plug the engine starter harness 28-pin connector
into the control unit.
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44. Remove the vehicle nut from the vehicle bracket,
and secure the control unit bracket to the vehicle
bracket with one flange nut and one vehicle nut.
46. Attach the clip on the engine starter harness 24-pin
connector to the clip holder on the bottom of the fuse
box as shown.
VEHICLE BRACKET
FUSE BOX
CONTROL UNIT
BRACKET
CLIP HOLDER
FUSE BOX
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
24-PIN
CONNECTOR
(Plugged in
step 45.)
VEHICLE
BRACKET
CONTROL
UNIT
BRACKET
VEHICLE NUT
(Reuse.)
FLANGE
NUT
ATTACHMENT POSITION
830634BT
45. Unplug the vehicle 24-pin connector (White) from the
bottom of the fuse box, and plug it into the engine
starter harness 24-pin connector. Plug the remaining
engine starter harness 24-pin connector into the fuse
box 24-pin connector (White).
862708AT
47. Unplug the vehicle 20-pin connector (Green) from
the fuse box, and plug it into the engine starter
harness 20-pin connector. Plug the remaining
engine starter harness 20-pin connector into the fuse
box 20-pin connector.
FUSE BOX
FUSE BOX
FUSE BOX 20-PIN
CONNECTOR
FUSE BOX 24-PIN
CONNECTOR
(White)
FUSE BOX
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS 24-PIN
CONNECTOR
FUSE BOX
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
24-PIN
CONNECTOR
FUSE BOX 24-PIN
CONNECTOR (White)
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VEHICLE
24-PIN
CONNECTOR
(White)
862707AT
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FUSE BOX 20-PIN
CONNECTOR
VEHICLE
20-PIN
CONNECTOR
(Green)
ENGINE STARTER HARNESS
20-PIN CONNECTORS
862709AT
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48. Cut one urethane tape to the dimensions shown, and
wrap it around the engine starter harness 5-pin
connector as shown.
VIEWED
FROM
URETHANE
SIDE
20 mm
(0.8 in.)
URETHANE
TAPE
49. Unplug the vehicle 5-pin connector from the fuse
box, and plug it into the engine starter harness 5-pin
connector. Plug the remaining engine starter
harness 5-pin connector into the fuse box 5-pin
connector.
25 mm
(1.0 in.)
URETHANE
TAPE
NOTE: Make sure the engine starter harness 5-pin
connectors are securely connected to the fuse box
5-pin connector and vehicle 5-pin connector. A loose
connection can cause the engine to stall while
driving.
Discard.
Connector unlock
Do not cover
this area.
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
5-PIN
CONNECTOR
2
Pull.
Push. 2
1
Push.
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
5-PIN
CONNECTOR
Connector lock
1
3
FUSE BOX 5-PIN
CONNECTOR
001502BJ
VEHICLE
5-PIN
CONNECTOR
FUSE BOX
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS 5-PIN
CONNECTORS
FUSE BOX
Push. 2
Push.
1
Connector lock
FUSE BOX 5-PIN
CONNECTOR
001503AJ
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50. Plug the engine starter harness 12-pin connector
into the fuse box 12-pin connector.
ENGINE STARTER HARNESS
12-PIN CONNECTOR
52. Remove the vehicle ground bolt. Attach the engine
starter harness ground terminal to the vehicle
ground terminal, and reinstall the vehicle ground
bolt.
FUSE BOX 12-PIN
CONNECTOR
ENGINE STARTER HARNESS
GROUND TERMINAL
FUSE
BOX
VEHICLE
GROUND
BOLT
(Reuse.)
VEHICLE
GROUND
TERMINAL
FUSE BOX
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS
001504AJ
51. Secure the engine starter harness 5-pin connector
and the engine starter harness to the vehicle
harness with one wire tie.
VEHICLE
HARNESS
VEHICLE
HARNESS
830636CT
53. Secure the antenna cable and engine starter
harness to the vehicle harness with four wire ties.
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
WIRE
TIE
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS 5-PIN
CONNECTOR
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
WIRE
TIE
VEHICLE
HARNESS
4 WIRE TIES
001505AJ
ANTENNA CABLE
(Bundle up the excess.)
830644BT
54. Bundle up the excess antenna cable as shown, and
secure it to the vehicle harness with one wire tie.
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55. To gain access to route the engine starter harness,
remove the vehicle bolt from the vehicle bracket, and
move the vehicle unit.
59. Route two 12-pin connectors and two 8-pin
connectors on the engine starter harness along the
vehicle harness as shown.
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS 8-PIN
CONNECTORS
VEHICLE
HARNESS
VEHICLE
UNIT
CONTROL
UNIT
VEHICLE
BRACKET
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS 12-PIN
CONNECTORS
VEHICLE
BOLT
830657AT
830646AT
56. Attach the engine starter harness clip to the vehicle
bracket.
60. Route two 12-pin connectors and two 8-pin
connectors on the engine starter harness along the
vehicle harness as shown.
WHITE
TAPE
VEHICLE CLIP
VEHICLE BRACKET
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
CLIP
WIRE
TIE
VEHICLE
CLIP
VEHICLE
HARNESS
WIRE
TIE
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
12-PIN
CONNECTORS
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS
8-PIN CONNECTORS
VEHICLE
HARNESS
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS
830645DT
57. Align the white tape on the engine starter harness
with the vehicle clip, and secure the engine starter
harness to the vehicle harness with two wire ties.
830658AT
58. Reinstall the vehicle unit.
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61. Unplug the vehicle 12-pin connector from the turn
signal switch, and plug it into the engine starter
harness 12-pin connector. Plug the remaining
engine starter harness 12-pin connector into the turn
signal switch.
63. Secure the engine starter harness to the vehicle
harness with four wire ties. Do not secure it to the
SRS harness.
WIRE TIE
VEHICLE 12-PIN
CONNECTOR
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
12-PIN
CONNECTORS
WIRE TIE
WIRE TIE
VEHICLE
HARNESS
TURN SIGNAL
SWITCH
WIRE TIE
830649AT
830647AT
64. Secure the engine starter harness to the vehicle
harness with one wire tie.
62. Unplug the vehicle 8-pin connector from the wiper
switch, and plug it into the engine starter harness
8-pin connector. Plug the remaining engine starter
harness 8-pin connector into the wiper switch.
VEHICLE
HARNESS
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
8-PIN
CONNECTORS
WIRE TIE
VEHICLE 8-PIN
CONNECTOR
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
830650AT
WIPER SWITCH
830648AT
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65. Secure the engine starter harness to the vehicle
harness with two wire ties as shown.
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS
68. Check that all wire harnesses and cables are routed
properly and that all connectors are plugged in.
69. Reinstall all removed parts except for the front
bulkhead cover. Take care not to pinch the side
curtain airbag with the clip during reinstallation of the
left front A-pillar trim. Do not push on the front pillar
trim excessively.
VEHICLE HARNESS
70. Reconnect the negative cable to the battery.
VEHICLE
CLIP
71. Check the operation of the headlights and
windshield wipers/washers.
72. Reinstall the front bulkhead cover.
73. Enter the anti-theft codes for the audio system and
the navigation system (if equipped).
WIRE
TIES
74. Reset the clock on vehicles without navigation.
75. Do the REMOTE ENGINE STARTER
REGISTRATION (Page 18), and the FUNCTION
CHECK (Page 21).
VEHICLE
CLIP
830651CT
66. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the
area where the caution label will attach.
HOOD
Clean with
isopropyl alcohol.
CAUTION
LABEL
925002AT
67. Attach the caution label to the hood in the area
shown.
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REMOTE ENGINE STARTER REGISTRATION
5.
1.
Acquire the PCM Code from the Interactive Network.
2.
Connect the HDS tester to the OBD II data link
connector, then turn the ignition switch to the ON (II)
position.
3.
Start the HDS, and click the car icon.
Select Honda Systems, then click the check button.
CAR ICON
Select
“Honda Systems.”
CHECK BUTTON
752503AS
6.
Select R/C ENG STARTER and click the check
button.
792901AH
4.
Input the VIN and other required information into the
HDS, then click the check button.
Select
“R/C ENG STARTER.”
CHECK BUTTON
752504AS
Input the VIN and other
required information.
CHECK BUTTON
752502AS
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7.
A REMARKS message will display. Click on the
check button.
9.
“REMARKS”
message.
The following message will display: Obtain PCM
code (IMMOBILIZER PCM CODE) from iN. This
vehicle’s VIN will be required to obtain the
password (USA). Click on the check button.
“Obtain PCM-code”
message.
CHECK BUTTON
752505AS
CHECK BUTTON
752507AS
8.
Select REGISTER REMOTE CONTROL ENGINE
STARTER UNIT, then click the check button.
10. Input the PCM Code, then click the check button.
NOTE: To ensure security, the PCM code
(password) is changed everyday, so it is impossible
to register the remote control engine starter if the
dates of the PCM code acquisition and registration
are different. The date of the HDS tester should also
be the same.
Input the PCM Code.
Select
“REGISTER REMOTE
CONTROL ENGINE
STARTER UNIT.”
CHECK BUTTON
752506AS
CHECK BUTTON
752509AS
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11. The following message will display: The
registration of the Remote Control Engine Starter
Unit has been completed. Click on the check
button.
“The registration of the Remote
Control Engine Starter Unit has
been completed”.
CHECK BUTTON
752510AS
12. The following message will display: Check that the
engine can be started by the Transmitter. Click on
the check button.
“Check that the engine can be started
by the Transmitter”.
CHECK BUTTON
752511AS
13. Perform the function test on page 21, then
disconnect the HDS.
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FUNCTION CHECK
Operating Conditions
• Hood is closed
• Shift lever in park
• The key is out of the ignition and the key is outside the vehicle
• All doors and trunk lid closed and locked
Inspection
1.
Press the command button, and then, within 1 second, press the start button on the transmitter. The engine should
start if all operating conditions are met.
Does the engine start?
Yes - Operation is normal.
DISPLAY
No:
• Make sure all “Operating Conditions” are met.
• Check the engine starter harness connections.
• Connect the HDS and check for an indicated failure.
(Refer to the appropriate service manual for details.)
2.
Press the command button on the transmitter and, within
1 second, press the stop button. The engine should stop.
Does the engine stop?
COMMAND
BUTTON
STOP
BUTTON
START
BUTTON
Yes - Operation is normal.
No - Check the engine starter harness connections.
3.
TRANSMITTER
After the engine has stopped, start the engine again, and
check that the engine stops after each of the following
conditions:
732904AY
NOTE: After each test the driver’s door must be opened and closed.
•
Move the shift lever out of the P position.
•
Unlock or open the doors or the trunk lid.
•
Open the hood.
•
Insert the key in the ignition switch.
•
Press the brake pedal.
Does the engine stop after each of these tests?
Yes - Operation is normal.
No - Check the engine starter harness connections.
4.
Check that the power windows and the moonroof do not function, and the shift lever does not move to any position
but the P position when the engine is started with the transmitter.
5.
Press the command button on the transmitter two times, and check the vehicle condition on the display.
6.
Check the operation of the transmitter when the vehicle is 100 m to 150 m (325 to 490 ft.) away and in direct sight.
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How to Program an Additional Transmitter
1.
Connect the HDS to the data link connector.
2.
Start the HDS and click on the car icon.
3.
Input the vehicle’s VIN and other required
information.
4.
Select Honda Systems.
5.
Select R/C Engine Starter.
6.
Select REGISTER NEW TRANSMITTER.
7.
When “Ready to program the new transmitter”
shows, select ENTER.
8.
Press and release the Command button.
9.
Press and release the Stop button.
10. Perform the function check on both transmitters.
NOTE: Only 2 remotes can be stored in the system’s
memory.
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