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Key Programming Honda Civic 2001-2005

Honda Civic 2001-2005 (not for SI trim models) Key Programming Procedure





The following are the key programming procedures for Honda Civic for the year 2001 and 2005.



1. ENTER the vehicle and CLOSE all doors. (Each of the following steps must be completed within five seconds of one another. If you take longer than five seconds
between steps or make a mistake, you must start the entire procedure over.)

2. INSERT the key into the Ignition, HOLD one remote in your left hand with additional remotes close by.

3. PERFORM each of the next three (3) steps in order, then repeat all three (3) steps two (2) more times for a total of three (3) times each.

4. TURN the Ignition to the ON position, marked “II” on the Ignition.

5. PRESS the LOCK button on the remote for approximately 1 second. (Say “Mississippi”)

6. TURN the Ignition to the OFF position, marked “I” on the Ignition. (REPEAT Steps 4-6 three (3) times)

7. TURN the Ignition switch to the ON position, marked “II” on the Ignition.

8. PRESS the LOCK button on the same remote. The door locks should cycle indicating the vehicle has ENTERED Programming Mode.

9. PRESS the LOCK button again on the same remote. The door locks should cycle again indicating the vehicle has successfully PROGRAMMED that remote.

10. For programming additional remotes to your vehicle, REPEAT Step 9 with each additional remote one after another. Step 9 must be completed within ten (10) seconds for each additional remote. You may program up to three (3) remotes to your vehicle.

11. TURN the ignition to OFF.

12. Test all remotes. Programming is now complete.

13. After successful programming, if your remote has a TRUNK RELEASE Button — you will need to hold that button down for 5-10 seconds for that function to begin operation.





About Honda Civic

The Honda Civic of the seventh generation was manufactured by Honda from 2000 to 2005. It was introduced in September 2000 as a 2001 model. Its exterior dimensions remained similar to its predecessor, but interior space was significantly increased, elevating it to the compact car size designation. A notable feature was the flat rear floor, which improved comfort for rear seat passengers. This generation ditched the front double wishbone suspension, which had been used from the fourth to sixth generations, in favor of MacPherson struts. This generation was the last to include 4WD options.

It won the Car of the Year Japan Award for the fourth time when it was introduced in 2000. In 2001, it was also named Car of the Year by the Japan Automotive Researchers and Journalists’ Conference.

The Civic received a facelift in 2004 that included new headlights, bumper, and grille, as well as side skirts and body-colored hood and trunk trim. For the 2005 model year, the Special Edition trim level was introduced in September 2004, available as the LX or EX Special Edition.

The hybrid version was introduced in North America as the 2003 model in the spring of 2002.

It used a small 1.3 liter I4 main gasoline engine and auxiliary electric motors to produce a total of 93 horsepower. According to EPA fuel mileage estimates, the electric motors are powered by a battery array that is charged by regenerative braking during deceleration, reducing exhaust emissions and extending fuel mileage to 46 mpg city / 51 mpg highway with the manual transmission. The Hybrid also had unique lightweight wheels, a rear spoiler, a different front bumper, folding mirrors, and underneath aerodynamic enhancements.

In August 2005, a sporty hatchback model called the Si was unveiled for the European market only. This model debuted with a 1.4 liter I-DSI and a 1.6 L VTEC rated at 83 PS (81 hp/61 kW) and 140 PS (138 hp/103 kW), respectively, with top speeds of 177 and 207 km/h (110 and 129 mph) and 0–100 km/h sprint times of 14.2 and 13.6 seconds. A 1.7-liter diesel engine was also available for the Sport Hatchback. Cabin air filters (also known as pollen filters) were installed as standard equipment beginning with this generation and are located behind the glove compartment worldwide.

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