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Want to programs the remote key of your Honda cars, then you must reprogram all of the key-less remotes of your Honda Accord once you are in the programming mode. You must complete each step quickly so to prevent the system from exiting the programming mode.
Note: Maximum Three remote transmitters can be programmed.
Make sure all the doors are UNLOCKED before starting this programming procedure.
1. Turn ignition switch to ON (II)
2. Press the LOCK or UNLOCK button on one of the remotes. (An unprogrammed remote can be used for this step.)
3. Turn ignition switch to ACCESSORY (I) or LOCK (O)
4. Turn ignition switch to ON (II)
5. Press the LOCK or UNLOCK button on one of the remotes.
6. Turn ignition switch to ACCESSORY (I) or LOCK (O)
7. Turn ignition switch to ON (II)
8. Press the LOCK or UNLOCK button on one of the remotes.
9. Turn ignition switch to ACCESSORY (I) or LOCK (O)
10. Turn ignition switch to ON (II)
11. Press the LOCK or UNLOCK button the same remote. Make sure the power door locks cycle to confirm you are in programming mode.
12.Press the LOCK or UNLOCK button on each remote you want to program. Make sure door locks cycle after you push each remote button to confirm system has accepted the remote.
13.Turn the ignition switch to LOCK (O) to exit programming mode.
14. Test remote(s)
For more clarification, i have also shared the video to do this process, Have a look
First, brake pad life depends on your driving style. Drive hard, brake a lot and the pads won't last a long time. Second, the material of the pads can affect life too.
It wouldn't hurt to ask the dealership about the service bulletin on your car. If you are a DIY person, you could take it apart and inspect the pads/rotors and scuff them up a bit. I've fixed some minor annoying issues by doing that. Sometimes your pads can get glazed over, and I've had weird little bumps on my rotors that made a horrible grinding noise when coming to a stop. Used my grinder and cleaned/sanded the surface and it hasn't come back in 2 yrs.
If you mean seat won't lock in position. Chance you can fix it but in my opinion get a new seat. I would go to a salvage yard. These seats have a tendency to break I have had several brake on me personally and have seen numerous other that had broken.
You need to have the vehicle scanned for fault codes and then the causes of those codes diagnosed.
You will need to have this car checked out by a professional with the right diagnostic equipment for Hondas. The Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA)***, brake and ABS warnings may just be due to a failed sensor or sensors but you need to have a proper diagnosis carried out so the causes can be identified and any failed parts replaced.
The flashing D light relates to the auto transmission and may well be a caused by a faulty sensor on the transmission or something else. The correct scanner should throw up any fault codes being generated. In the meantime if your Accord model has the engine bay filler tube and diptstick for the auto transmission , check your fluid level in the auto transmission.