1999 HONDA ACCORD

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  • torcuato87
  • 1999 Honda Accord

Electrical problem
1999 Honda Accord 4 cyl Two Wheel Drive Manual 130000 miles

JUST REPLACE ECU ON MY 99 ACCORD BUT CAR WONT STAR WHAT I NEED TO DO NOW?
I NEED TO PROGRAM THE NEW ECU? HOW?

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Thursday, October 16th, 2008 AT 7:51 PM

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Hi torcuato87,

ACCORD, CR-V, ODYSSEY, PASSPORT & PRELUDE

Known-Good ECM/PCM Substitution
On models equipped with engine immobilizer system, acquire key cut from non-immobilizer key blank. Remove ECM/PCM from test vehicle. Install known-good ECM/PCM from donor vehicle into test vehicle. Tape donor vehicle's ignition key head-to-head to test vehicles temporary key. ECM/PCM will recognize code from donor vehicle's key and allow test vehicle to be started.

ECM/PCM is part of immobilizer system. Replacement ECM/PCM must have immobilizer code rewritten, using Honda PGM Tester. To perform rewrite procedure requires the vehicle, all master keys, all valet keys and a Honda PGM Tester with an immobilizer program card. Any key not learned during rewrite will not start vehicle. Follow Honda PGM Tester instructions.

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