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INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Accessory
Application
REMOTE CONTROL
ENGINE STARTER
2014 RDX
PARTS LIST
Publications No.
BII 48865
Issue Date
MARCH 2013
3 Relays
Remote Engine Starter Unit Kit
P/N 08E91-E54-200
Transmitter
15 Wire ties
Control unit
3 Long wire ties
Antenna
8 Urethane tapes
ID label
Clip
Remote Control Engine Starter Attachment Kit
P/N 08E92-E54-200A
Engine starter harness
Caution label
Fuse label
Control unit bracket
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Accessory User’s Information Manual
Illustration of the Remote Control Engine Starter in
the Vehicle
ANTENNA
Quick Start Guide
CONTROL
UNIT
TOOLS AND SUPPLIES REQUIRED
Flat-tip screwdriver
Phillips screwdriver
Ratchet
10 mm and 12 mm Sockets
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
Isopropyl alcohol
Shop towel
3A, 40A
FUSES
QB20801AK
3 RELAYS
Tape measure
Scissors
INSTALLATION
HDS/MVCI
Masking tape
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.”
Diagonal cutters
Ruler
Electrical tape
Pushpin
Felt-tip pen
1.
File
Disconnect the negative cable from the battery.
Eye protection (face shield, safety goggles, etc.)
Drill
3 mm and 6 mm Drill bits
The following tool is available through the Honda Tool and
Equipment Program. On the iN, click on: Service >
Service Bay > Tool and Equipment Program, then enter
the number under “Search”. Or, call 888-424-6857.
• Plastic Trim Tool (T/N SILTRIMTL10)
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2.
Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the
area where the ID label will attach.
NOTE: The remote is factory set for driver 1 remote
control. To program the driver 2 remote, follow the
“REMOTE CONTROL ENGINE STARTER
TRANSMITTER REGISTRATION” instructions on
ISIS.
4.
Using a plastic trim tool, remove the left and right
lenses from the front roof module (two retaining tabs
for each lens).
VEHICLE
CONNECTORS
ID LABEL
6 RETAINING
TABS
FRONT
ROOF
MODULE
TRANSMITTER
2 BOLTS
2 RETAINING
TABS
2 RETAINING
TABS
RIGHT LENS
LEFT
LENS
Clean with
isopropyl
alcohol.
PLASTIC
TRIM TOOL
QB20939DH
3.
Attach the “DRIVER 1” ID label to the transmitter in
the area as shown.
QB62650AK
5.
Remove the front roof module (two bolts, six
retaining tabs, and unplug the vehicle connectors).
6.
Remove the driver’s and passenger’s sunvisor
holders.
PASSENGER’S
SUNVISOR HOLDER
(Rotate.)
DRIVER’S
SUNVISOR HOLDER
(Rotate.)
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7.
Remove the driver’s sunvisor:
•
•
Pivot the right sunvisor downward.
•
Wrap tape around the tip of a flat-tip screwdriver.
•
Locate the slot in the bracket cover, and insert
the flat-tip screwdriver into the slot. Push in and
hold the retaining tab.
•
Remove the driver’s sunvisor (unplug the
vehicle connector).
VEHICLE
CONNECTOR
While holding the retaining tab, push up on the
sunvisor and rotate it toward the door.
NOTE: If the retaining tab did not stay pushed in,
return the sunvisor to its original position and repeat
this step.
FLAT-TIP
SCREWDRIVER
BRACKET COVER
RETAINING
TAB
DRIVER’S
SUNVISOR
QB22903AK
TAPE
8.
DRIVER’S
SUNVISOR
FRONT
Remove the driver’s A-pillar trim.
•
Pull away the driver’s door opening seal from the
driver’s A-pillar trim.
•
Pull out on the driver’s A-pillar trim to release
three clips.
Pull the clip.
Make sure the
retaining tab
slides into the
bracket cover.
2 CLIPS
DRIVER’S A-PILLAR
Push the
retaining tab.
While pushing in
on the retaining
tab, rotate the
sunvisor toward
the door.
DRIVER’S
A-PILLAR
TRIM
QB22902AK
DRIVER’S DOOR
OPENING SEAL
(Pull away.)
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•
To prevent clips from falling into the body panel
area, carefully insert a shop towel between the
driver’s A-pillar and the driver’s A-pillar trim.
9.
DRIVER’S
A-PILLAR TRIM
Remove the remaining upper clip from the driver’s
A-pillar.
2 TABS
(Push.)
DRIVER’S
A-PILLAR
UPPER
CLIP
(Discard.)
QB22907AK
SHOP TOWEL
QB22905AK
•
Slide the driver’s A-pillar trim upward, and
remove the driver’s A-pillar trim.
•
Remove the shop towel and any clips.
10. Install the new clip (supplied) to the driver’s A-pillar
trim.
NOTE: When reinstalling the A-pillar trim, refer to the
service manual for the correct overlap procedure.
CLIP
(supplied)
UPPER CLIP
DRIVER’S
A-PILLAR
TRIM
DRIVER’S
A-PILLAR TRIM
Q0N0533AH
QB22906AK
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11. Pull away the driver’s door opening seal from around
the driver’s dashboard side cover.
14. Pull away the door opening seal, and remove the
driver’s kick panel (two clips).
2 CLIPS
3 HOOKS
3 RETAINING
TABS
2 CLIPS
DOOR OPENING
SEAL
(Pull away.)
DRIVER’S DOOR
OPENING SEAL
(Pull away.)
DRIVER’S
KICK PANEL
QB22908AK
QB22910AK
15. Reconnect the negative cable to the battery. Press
the engine start/stop button to select the ON mode.
Lower the tilt lever, and release the column band
(two clips).
DRIVER’S DASHBOARD
SIDE COVER
12. Remove the driver’s dashboard side cover (two
clips, three retaining tabs, and three hooks).
13. Release the driver’s front door sill trim (five clips and
two retaining tabs).
STEERING
WHEEL
3 CLIPS
Raise.
COLUMN
BAND
UPPER COLUMN
COVER
FRONT
2 RETAINING
TABS
DRIVER’S FRONT
DOOR SILL TRIM
2 CLIPS
QB22909AK
2 CLIPS
STEERING
WHEEL
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16. Turn the steering wheel 90° clockwise. Using a
plastic trim tool, release the lock as shown.
18. Remove the upper column cover (two retaining tabs
and two hooks).
UPPER COLUMN COVER
2 RETAINING
TABS
2 HOOKS
STEERING
WHEEL
UPPER
COLUMN
COVER
LOCK
QA00805BX
PLASTIC TRIM
TOOL
QA00804AX
17. Turn the steering wheel 180° counterclockwise.
Using a plastic trim tool, release the lock as shown.
19. Remove one self-tapping screw from the lower
column cover.
STEERING
WHEEL
UPPER COLUMN COVER
LOCK
STEERING
WHEEL
SELF-TAPPING
SCREW
PLASTIC TRIM
TOOL
LOWER COLUMN
COVER
QA00807BX
QA00803BX
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20. Turn the steering wheel 180° clockwise, and remove
the other self-tapping screw from the lower column
cover.
23. Using a felt-tip pen, mark the instrument panel at the
measurements shown.
INSTRUMENT
PANEL
SELF-TAPPING
SCREW
MARK
LOWER COLUMN
COVER
QA00806BX
21. Remove the lower column cover (one self-tapping
screw).
Equal.
Equal.
FELT-TIP PEN
QB20802AK
24. Using a pushpin, pierce the mark on the instrument
panel.
INSTRUMENT
PANEL
LOWER
COLUMN
COVER
QA00808AX
SELF-TAPPING
SCREW
22. Press the engine start/stop button to select the OFF
mode. Disconnect the negative cable from the
battery.
MARK
PUSHPIN
QB20803AK
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25. While wearing eye protection, drill the pierced mark
with a 3 mm drill bit, then enlarge the hole with a
6 mm drill bit. Remove any burrs.
To prevent drilling through the inner panel, wrap tape
around the drill bit 10 mm (0.4 in.) away from the tip
or use a drill stop.
27. Starting near the antenna end of the cable, wrap two
urethane tapes around the antenna cable at the
measurements shown.
ANTENNA
CABLE
URETHANE
TAPES
ANTENNA
INSTRUMENT
PANEL
PIERCED
MARK
220 mm
(8.7 in.)
50 mm
(2.0 in.)
540 mm
(21.2 in.)
10 mm
(0.4 in.)
ANTENNA
CABLE
TAPE
DRILL
3 mm
6 mm
DRILL BIT
QB20804AK
Installing the Antenna
26. Using scissors, cut one urethane tape in half. Wrap
two halves of urethane tape to the antenna cable as
shown.
ANTENNA
2 URETHANE TAPES
(Cut in half.)
4 HALVES OF
URETHANE TAPE
QB20805DK
28. Using scissors, cut two urethane tapes in half. Wrap
four halves of urethane tape around the antenna
cable at the measurements shown.
29. Attach the antenna.
•
60 mm
(2.4 in.)
60 mm
(2.4 in.)
Attach masking tape to the windshield at the
measurement shown.
HEADLINER
MASKING TAPE
ANTENNA
CABLE
25 mm (1.0 in.)
URETHANE TAPE
(Cut in half.)
HALVES OF
URETHANE TAPE QB62501BK
(Do not fold
the antenna cable.)
QB20901DK
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•
Fold back the adhesive backing from the
antenna as shown.
•
Carefully remove the adhesive backing from the
antenna, and attach the antenna to the
windshield. Press and hold the antenna firmly in
place for 30 seconds.
•
Remove the masking tape.
ADHESIVE
BACKING
ANTENNA
ANTENNA
QB51401CH
•
Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean
the windshield where the antenna will attach.
•
Attach the antenna with masking tape. Adjust
the position of the antenna so there is equal
spacing on both sides.
ADHESIVE
BACKING
(Remove.)
MASKING
TAPE
(Remove.)
QB51405CH
30. Gently pull down the headliner, and tuck the antenna
cable under the headliner. Be careful not to crease
the headliner.
Clean with
isopropyl alcohol.
ANTENNA
HEADLINER
HEADLINER
Equal spacing on both sides.
ANTENNA
MASKING TAPE
ANTENNA
ANTENNA
CABLE
QB51404CH
QB20902CK
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31. Route the antenna cable down the A-pillar as shown.
Using four wire ties, secure the antenna cable to the
vehicle harness.
33. Using one wire tie, secure the antenna cable to the
vehicle harness.
ANTENNA
CABLE
4 WIRE
TIES
VEHICLE
HARNESS
VEHICLE
HARNESS
WIRE TIE
ANTENNA
CABLE
QB21302AK
QB20903BK
32. Pull away the door opening seal. Route the antenna
cable down next to the instrument panel, and tuck
the antenna cable between the driver’s A-pillar and
the instrument panel. Reinstall the door opening
seal.
DRIVER’S
A-PILLAR
DOOR OPENING
SEAL (Pull away.)
INSTRUMENT
PANEL
ANTENNA
CABLE
QB21301CK
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Routing the Engine Starter Harness
34. Route the engine starter harness as shown. Attach
the clip on the engine starter harness to the vehicle
frame.
VEHICLE
FRAME
35. Using scissors, cut one urethane tape to the
measurements shown. Wrap the cut urethane tape
around the engine starter harness 5-pin connector.
VIEW FROM
URETHANE SIDE
20 mm (0.8 in.)
CLIP ON THE ENGINE
STARTER HARNESS
ENGINE STARTER HARNESS
5-PIN CONNECTOR
25 mm
(1.0 in.)
URETHANE
TAPE
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
RELAY
BLOCKS
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS
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ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS
QB21402AK
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36. Unplug the vehicle 5-pin connector from the fuse
box. Plug the engine starter harness 5-pin connector
into the fuse box 5-pin connector. Plug the vehicle
5-pin connector into the engine starter harness 5-pin
connector.
NOTE: Make sure the engine starter harness 5-pin
connector is securely connected to the fuse box 5pin connector. A loose connection can cause the
engine to stall.
Connector unlock
2
Pull.
1
Push.
37. Plug the engine starter harness 4-pin connector into
the fuse box.
4-PIN
CONNECTOR
FUSE BOX
Connector lock
2
Push.
3
Unplug.
1
Plug.
FUSE BOX
ENGINE STARTER HARNESS
4-PIN CONNECTOR
VEHICLE 5-PIN
CONNECTOR
QB21404AK
ENGINE STARTER HARNESS
5-PIN CONNECTORS
QB21403AK
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38. Unplug the vehicle 20-pin connector, and plug it into
the engine starter harness 20-pin connector. Plug
the engine starter harness 20-pin connector into the
vehicle 20-pin connector.
39. Attach the engine starter harness 20-pin connector
to the vehicle connector as shown.
VEHICLE
CONNECTOR
FUSE BOX
FUSE BOX
VEHICLE
20-PIN CONNECTOR
VEHICLE
CONNECTOR
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS 20-PIN
CONNECTOR
QB21502AK
40. Using one long wire tie, secure the engine starter
harness 5-pin connector and antenna cable to the
vehicle harness.
ENGINE STARTER HARNESS
5-PIN CONNECTOR
VEHICLE
HARNESS
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS
20-PIN
CONNECTORS
VEHICLE
20-PIN CONNECTOR
VEHICLE
HARNESS
LONG
WIRE
TIE
QB21501BK
WIRE TIE
ANTENNA
CABLE
QB21601AK
41. Using one wire tie, secure the engine starter harness
and antenna cable to the vehicle harness.
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42. Using two wire ties, secure the engine starter
harness to the vehicle harness.
45. Secure the engine starter harness and antenna
cable to the drilled hole in the instrument panel with
one wire tie at the white tape on the engine starter
harness.
DRILLED HOLE
WHITE TAPE
ON ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
WIRE TIE
2 WIRE TIES
INSTRUMENT
PANEL
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS
VEHICLE
HARNESS
QB21602AK
43. Using one long wire tie, secure the engine starter
harness and antenna cable to the vehicle frame.
LONG
WIRE TIE
ANTENNA
CABLE
VEHICLE
FRAME
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
ANTENNA
CABLE
FRONT
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
QB21701CK
LONG WIRE TIE
INSTRUMENT
PANEL
WIRE TIE
QB21603BK
44. Using one wire tie, secure the engine starter harness
and antenna cable to the vehicle harness.
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46. Unplug the vehicle 32-pin connector from the vehicle
unit, and plug it into the engine starter harness
32-pin connector. Plug the engine starter harness
32-pin connector into the vehicle unit.
47. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the
areas where the fuse labels will attach.
40A FUSE
LABEL
3A FUSE
LABEL
Clean with
isopropyl
alcohol.
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS RELAY
BLOCK
QB22201AK
VEHICLE
32-PIN
CONNECTOR
48. Attach one 40A fuse label and one 3A fuse label to
the engine starter harness relay block.
49. Install three relays to the engine starter harness
relay blocks.
3 RELAYS
VEHICLE UNIT
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
32-PIN
CONNECTORS
QB21702BK
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS RELAY
BLOCKS
QB22202AK
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50. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the
area where the urethane tape will attach.
53. Install the control unit bracket to the control unit.
CONTROL UNIT
BRACKET
Clean with
isopropyl
alcohol.
CONTROL UNIT
URETHANE
TAPE
100 mm
(3.9 in.)
VEHICLE FRAME
URETHANE TAPE
(Cut.)
QB22205AK
QB22203AK
51. Using scissors, cut one urethane tape to the
measurements shown. Attach the cut urethane tape
to the vehicle frame.
54. Near the brake padel, remove the vehicle nut from
the vehicle frame, and secure the control unit
bracket to the vehicle frame with the vehicle nut.
52. Plug the antenna cable connector and engine starter
harness 28-pin connector into the control unit.
VEHICLE FRAME
VEHICLE NUT
(reused)
CONTROL
UNIT
CONTROL UNIT
BRACKET
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS 28-PIN
CONNECTOR
ANTENNA CABLE
CONNECTOR
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CONTROL UNIT
BRACKET
QB22204BK
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55. Attach the engine starter harness relay block to the
control unit bracket.
58. Align the white tape on the engine starter harness
with the clip on the vehicle harness, and secure the
engine starter harness to the vehicle harness using
one wire tie.
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS RELAY
BLOCK
VEHICLE
HARNESS
WIRE TIE
CLIP ON
THE VEHICLE
HARNESS
WHITE
TAPE
CONTROL UNIT
BRACKET
QB22302AK
WIRE TIE
56. Bundle up the excess antenna cable as shown.
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
VEHICLE
HARNESS
QB22304AK
59. Using one wire tie, secure the engine starter harness
to the vehicle harness.
100 mm (3.9 in.)
20 mm
(0.8 in.)
or above.
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS 32-PIN
ANTENNA
CONNECTOR
CABLE
LONG
WIRE TIE
QB22303CK
57. Using one long wire tie, secure the antenna cable
and engine starter harness 32-pin connector to the
vehicle harness.
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60. Unplug the vehicle 12-pin connector, and plug it into
the engine starter harness 12-pin connector. Plug
the remaining engine starter harness 12-pin
connector into the combination light switch.
61. Using two wire ties, secure the engine starter
harness to the vehicle harness.
COMBINATION
LIGHT SWITCH
Do not tighten the
12-pin connector
wire tie too tight.
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
12-PIN
CONNECTOR
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
VEHICLE
HARNESS
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS
2 WIRE TIES
QB22401BK
VEHICLE
12-PIN
CONNECTOR
ENGINE STARTER HARNESS
12-PIN CONNECTOR
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62. Unplug the vehicle 10-pin connector, and plug it into
the engine starter harness 10-pin connector. Plug
the remaining engine starter harness 10-pin
connector into the wiper switch.
63. Using one wire tie, secure the engine starter harness
to the vehicle harness.
NOTE: Make sure that the connectors and harness
are not pinched, or are not interfering with the
steering wheel when it is moved for adjustment.
Do not tighten the
10-pin connector
wire too tight.
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS 10-PIN
CONNECTOR
ENGINE
STARTER
HARNESS
WIRE
TIE
VEHICLE
10-PIN
CONNECTOR
VEHICLE
HARNESS
QB22801BK
ENGINE STARTER
HARNESS 10-PIN
CONNECTOR
WIPER
SWITCH
64. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the
area where one urethane tape will attach.
QB22402BK
URETHANE
TAPE
Clean with
isopropyl
alcohol.
LOWER
COLUMN
COVER
QB22802AK
65. Attach the urethane tape to the lower column cover
in the area as shown.
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66. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the
hood where the caution label will attach.
REMOTE ENGINE STARTER REGISTRATION
1.
Acquire the PCM Code from the Interactive Network.
Clean with
isopropyl alcohol.
CAR ICON
CAUTION
LABEL
QB70450AH
QB22803BK
67. Attach the caution label to the hood in the area
shown.
68. Check that all wire harnesses are routed properly
and all connectors are plugged in.
2.
Connect the HDS/MVCI 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.
4.
Input the VIN and other required information into the
HDS, then click the check button.
69. Check the overlap between the headliner and the
driver’s A-pillar trim. Refer to the service manual. If
necessary, adjust the overlap.
70. Reinstall all removed parts.
71. Reconnect the negative cable to the battery.
72. Press and hold the radio power button for two
seconds to restore the radio and navi (if equipped)
system functions.
73. Reset the clock.
74. Perform the “REMOTE ENGINE STARTER
REGISTRATION” and the “FUNCTION CHECK”.
Input the VIN and other
required information.
CHECK BUTTON
QB32102BH
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5.
Select Honda Systems, then click the check button.
7.
Select
“Honda Systems.”
Select REGISTER REMOTE CONTROL ENGINE
STARTER UNIT, then click the check button.
Select
“REGISTER REMOTE
CONTROL ENGINE
STARTER UNIT.”
CHECK BUTTON
CHECK BUTTON
QB32103AH
QB32105BH
6.
Select R/C ENG STARTER and click the check
button.
8.
Select
“R/C ENG STARTER.”
The following message will display: Obtain PCMcode (IMMOBILIZER PCM CODE) from iN. This
vehicle’s VIN will be required to obtain the
password. (USA) Click the check button.
“Obtain PCM-code”
message.
CHECK BUTTON
QB32104AH
CHECK BUTTON
QB32106AH
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9.
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/MVCI tester
should also be the same.
11. The following message will display: Check that
engine can be started by the Transmitter. Click
the check button.
“Check that engine can be
started by the Transmitter.”
Input the PCM-Code.
CHECK BUTTON
CHECK BUTTON
QB32109CH
12. Perform the FUNCTION CHECK on page 24, then
disconnect the HDS/MVCI.
QB32107BH
10. The following message will display: The
registration of the Remote Control Engine
Starter Unit has been completed. Turn the ignition
switch off.
“The registration of the
Remote Control Engine
Starter Unit has been
completed.”
QB32108CH
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FUNCTION CHECK
Operating Conditions
• The hood is closed
• The shift lever is in park
• Turn the ignition switch off and the key is outside the vehicle
• All doors and tailgate closed and locked
Inspection
1.
Press the engine/command button on the transmitter, and release, within 2 seconds, press the lock/start button on
the transmitter.
The engine should start if all operating conditions are met.
Does the engine start?
Yes - Operation is normal.
No:
• Make sure all “Operating Conditions” are met.
• Check the engine starter harness connections.
• Connect the HDS/MVCI and check for an indicated
failure. (Refer to the appropriate Service Manual for
details.)
2.
ENGINE START
OPERATION
Press the engine/command button on the transmitter
and release, within 2 seconds, press the unlock/stop
button. The engine should stop.
CHECKING
INDICATOR
Does the engine stop?
Yes - Operation is normal.
After the engine has stopped, start the engine again,
and check that the engine stops after each of the
following conditions:
NOTE: After each test the ignition key must be cycled, or 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 tailgate.
•
Open the hood.
•
Press on the brake pedal.
•
Press the engine start/stop button.
Blinking
ENGINE/
COMMAND
BUTTON
No - Check the engine starter harness connections.
3.
RECEPTION
INDICATOR
ENGINE
RUNNING
INDICATOR
UNLOCK/
STOP
BUTTON
*1
REMAINING
IDLING TIME
LOCK/
START
BUTTON
IN-CAR B127121H
TEMPERATURE*1
*1 Only on vehicles equipped with the automatic climate control.
This indicator is displayed for some vehicles among them.
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
when the engine is started with the transmitter.
5.
Check that the engine does not start under “Operating Conditions” with the key left inside the vehicle.
6.
Start the engine again, press the engine/command button on the transmitter two times, and check the vehicle
condition on the display.
7.
Check the operation of the transmitter when the vehicle is 120 m (400 ft.) away and in direct sight.
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8.
Press the unlock/stop button on the transmitter and verify that the doors unlock. Press the lock/start button, and
verify that the doors lock.
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9.
For the vehicle equipped with the memory seat, make sure to shift the seat position of driver’s seat to “Driver 1”
by unlock of transmitter.
Check that the engine can start by the vehicle key and that the wiper and the headlight can be operated normally.
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