Saturday, November 3, 2018

1996, 1997 Honda Passport Keyless Remote Programming Instructions

This keyless remote programming instructions work for passport remote with part # 2-91101-681-0, and FCC id BAB237131-013 on the back of it.

Replacement Remote 2-91101-681-0, BAB237131-013
Replacement Remote
Replacement Remote Replacement Remote 2-91101-681-0, BAB237131-013
Replacement Remote
NOTES: The system uses a stacking-type memory that accepts up to two transmitters. If you program a third
transmitter, the memory for the first transmitter is pushed out, and it will no longer work.

To clear a lost or stolen transmitter from the system's memory, program a transmitter two times. This will remove the missing transmitter from memory, since only two transmitter codes can be accepted.

Another way to clear a lost or stolen transmitter is to erase all transmitter codes and then reprogram them. To do this, refer to  the security system owner's manual. 
Programming the transmitter 

1. Move the driver's seat forward. Locate the security system
control unit mounted on the floor underneath the seat.

2. Turn the ignition switch to ON,
3. Use a pen or pencil to press and hold the green  programming button on the side of the control unit. When the security system LED on the instrument panel comes on, release the programming button, (steps 3 and 4 must be done within 5 seconds of each other.)
4. Press and release the top button on the transmitter. Verify that the LED goes out, the siren chirps once, and the front side marker lights flash to confirm that the transmitter's code was accepted by the control unit.
5. Turn the ignition switch to LOCK, then to ON.
6. Press and hold the green programming button on the side of the control unit until the LED on the instrument panel begins to flash, then release the button. (Steps 6 and 7 must be done within 5 seconds of each other.)
7. Press and release the button on the transmitter. Verify that the LED goes out, the siren chirps twice, and the front side marker lights flash twice to confirm that the transmitter's was accepted by the control unit. 

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