I have a 2000 5th gen prelude and I lost my keys so I was trying to bypass the ignition switch, I'm having troublr and was woundering if its differnt to do on a manual than automatic?
Yikes. Calm down there. You only mention losing your key... you didn’t mention already trying to get a new key from the dealer, so that WOULD be the logical FIRST answer ANYONE should give.No they cannot because they tried they try to reprogram a whole card and reprogram a key to it didn't work so I have to bypass the ignition which I know is possible I just need somebody that knows what they're doing to try to explain to me how to do it because it's not the same as an automatic I'm guessing due to the clutch so if you don't have an answer on how I can do it I mean common Sense tells you to try to get a key made first anyways anybody else that has some information that's useful please let me know
No they cannot because they tried they try to reprogram a whole card and reprogram a key to it didn't work so I have to bypass the ignition***
Your answer is here:
The 1997-2001 Honda Prelude uses an immobilizer system consisting of four components: A programmed key, immobilizer ring (goes around the ignition/key slot), immobilizer control unit (located on the side of the steering column), and immobilizer equipped ECU (located under the passenger side...www.hamotorsports.com