KeyFob RKE Programming Procedure-Honda Jazz 2002-2006

KeyFob RKE Programming Procedure: Honda Jazz 2002-2006

Honda Jazz 2002-2006 KeyFob Remote Keyless Entry Programming Procedure

Programming Procedure

Note. If the central locking / alarm system is malfunctioning or a replacement key fob is obtained. The following programming procedure is required to be carried out before the key fob will operate correctly. Maximum of 3 Remotes can be programmed.

  • Obtain all remote controls
  • Switch the ignition “ON”
  • Within 4 Seconds – Press the Unlock or Lock Button
  • Within 4 Seconds – Switch the Ignition “OFF”
  • Within 4 Seconds – Switch the Ignition “ON”
  • Within 4 Seconds – Press the Unlock or Lock Button
  • The system should Unlock or Lock the vehicle
  • Within 4 Seconds – Press the Unlock or Lock Button
  • Within 15 Seconds – Press the Unlock or Lock Button of each remote that is to be programmed
  • Switch the Ignition “OFF”
  • Remove the Ignition Key
  • Check the operation of each remote Fob.

 

KeyFob RKE Programming Procedure: Honda Jazz 2002-2006

 

About Honda Jazz

The first-generation Fit debuted in June 2001 in Japan and subsequently was introduced in Europe (early 2002), Australia (late 2002), South America (early 2003), South Africa and Southeast Asia (2003), China (September 2004), and Mexico (late 2005).

A production model for the United States and Canada debuted on January 8, 2006 at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The car was released in Canada on April 3, 2006, and in the U.S. on April 20, 2006 as a 2007 model year. In North American markets, the first-generation Fit was replaced after only two model years by a new 2009 model, which was released for Japan in November 2007 as a 2008 model. Subsequent iterations would maintain the same platforms worldwide.

The second-generation Fit/Jazz debuted on 17 October 2007 at the 40th Tokyo Motor Show. At its introduction in 2007, it won the Car of the Year Japan Award for the second time. The vehicle offered a longer wheelbase than its predecessor and is wider and longer overall.

Two engines were offered in the second-generation Fit. A 1.3-litre i-VTEC produces 100 PS (99 hp; 74 kW) at 6,000 rpm and 127 N⋅m (13.0 kg⋅m; 93.7 lb⋅ft) at 4,800 rpm. A 1.5-litre i-VTEC engine was also offered and produces a maximum output of 120 PS (118 hp; 88 kW) at 6,600 rpm and 145 N⋅m (14.8 kg⋅m; 107 lb⋅ft) at 4,800 rpm.

The hybrid version was launched October 2010 in Japan. The Fit Hybrid featured a 1.3-litre engine and electric motor, with an estimated fuel economy of 3.3 litres per 100 kilometres (86 mpg‑imp; 71 mpg‑US) measured in accordance with Japanese 10–15 cycle. The car used a parallel hybrid system that works in tandem with the petrol engine.

Honda also showed a concept electric vehicle based on the second generation Fit in 2010. It was mass-produced as the Fit EV in 2013–2015. The 2013 model year production Fit EV was unveiled at the November 2011 Los Angeles Show. It is powered by a lithium-ion battery pack combined with an AC synchronous, permanent magnet coaxial traction motor and low-friction reduction gearbox. Honda said the Fit EV concept had an all-electric range of 70 to 100 miles (110 to 160 km) and a top speed of 90 miles per hour (140 km/h).

For the first time, it was also available in a station wagon body style called the Fit Shuttle. The variant was only available in Japan’s domestic market. (Source Wiki)

 

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