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Programming a Honda Hiss key

This isn't my normal post but found this page quite useful if you ever need to replace a physically broken key and programme a replacement.

Method is...  (with your new cut keys)

1. Disconnect the 2 pin wiring from the CKP sensor.
2. Connect the special wiring loom.
3. Connect the positive and negative leads to the battery.
4. Using original Key, turn the ignition on.
5. Disconnect the positive battery connector for 5 seconds then reattach.
6.  The HISS light (if you have one) should come on for 2 seconds and flash 4 times.
7. Turn off ignition and remove original key. Move well away from the HISS sensor.
8. Inset the new key and turn on the ignition. The HISS light will come on for 4 seconds and then flash 4 times. This means a the new key is registered.
9. Turn off ignition, and repeat for each new key.
10. Turn off ignition, remove special wiring loom and reconnect CKP sensor.

Here is the link


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