Keyless Entry Remote Key Fob Clicker for 1996 1997 1998 Ho Keyless Entry Remote Key Fob Clicker for 1996 1997 1998 Honda Civic I recently purchased a used 1997 Honda Civic EX Coupe. The owner did not have any of the original keys but some quick research told me that the EX should be keyless entry compatible. So I contacted the local Honda dealerships for a quote on how much it would cost to get a remote ordered for the car and programmed. They all wanted over $100. So I set out to find a place were I could order just the remote and figure out how to program it myself. This seller on Amazon (HondaKing) had the best price around at $56 so I ordered it. It got to me in about 4 business days since I selected the cheapest shipping option. As soon as it came in I took the remote and the included instructions out to the car. I followed the instructions carefully and...nothing. So I repeated. Still nothing. The locks were supposed to cycle but never would. Hmmm back to square one. So I go inside and do some research online and found some instructions on ProgramYourRemote.com.I printed off the instructions and went back to the car. The locks would cycle now when I pressed the skinny valet button per the instructions but the car still wouldnt accept the remote. The batteries were good in the remote but still nothing. So back to the computer. After about an hour of browsing around I finally found on some obscure forum the same instructions as ProgramYourRemote.com had except for one little difference keep holding the skinny valet button after the locks cycle. So I go back down to the car and presto! the remote now works. It unlocks and locks the doors no problem. I have had no issues with it since. So here are the correct instructions with the my modifications in ALLCAPS:1. Turn Key to on position.2. Push and hold **valet button on the stock radio. Door locks will cycle one time. DO NOT RELEASE THE VALET BUTTON ONCE THE LOCKS CYCLE!3. WHILE STILL HOLDING THE VALET BUTTON press any button on remote one time within 20 seconds. Door locks will cycle again.4. To program up to 4 additional remotes repeat step 3 for each additional remote.5. Turn key off programming is complete.**Valet button is skinny bar located between am/fm & cd/tape buttons on stock radio.Also you absolutely MUST have the stock radio in the car to program the remote. Without the stock radio even the dealer cannot program the remote. I would have given the product 5 stars but the wrong instructions and th
Sirius XM Radio 50 Foot Antenna Extension Kit with RG6 COA Sirius XM Radio 50 Foot Antenna Extension Kit with RG6 COAX Cable Connectors for Universal Fit (Electronics) Works great! What can I say its a cable. I had no issue with the transaction. It was very easy!
Cobra iRadar iRAD-100 Radar Detector for iPhone and iPod t Cobra iRadar iRAD-100 Radar Detector for iPhone and iPod touch (Electronics) The Good:- Brilliant concept by using the iPhone as a display unit- Excellent display: speedometer car voltage compass.- Easy to read while driving (I mounted it below my factory GPS unit)- Easy installation of iRadar app- Locations of Photo Radar- Power adapter with iPhone power USB plug inThe Bad:- Too many false alarms X & K bands- Ka alert did not beep until cop was in sight about 50 yards- Lack of sunvisor clip- Black mirror finish scratces very easilyThe Ugly:- Display often resets to iPhone home screen between 20 minutes to an hour- Have to reset functions to your liking after display resets to iPhone home screen city/highway mode turn on/off multiple bands auto mute etc.- Power cord is too short for a cleaner installation.I have tested the iRadar for 2 road trips in the last 10 days (LA to San Diego and LA to Las Vegas) and both were quite frustrating experiences. Cobra hits home with the concept but needs many tweeking on the unit. Did they even have engineers used them for a few weeks before retailing them? I would check back with Cobra after 2 years and perhaps most glitches will be gone by thenSave your time and money buy a higher end radar detector to save you from speeding tickets. This unit looks cool and thats about it.

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