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Subject Topic: 98 Honda Accord immobilizer bypass (Topic Closed Topic Closed)

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Hi,

Who makes a immobilizer bypass kit for the 98 Honda Accord that does NOT require a key? ( i.e. DEI 555U universal module )

Don't really want to leave a spare key hidden in the car.

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DEI make it. Called 555H and 555I. 555H is for Honda and 555I for some newer Honda and Acura. You will have to find the right models.

Good luck.
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I looked at the DEI listings and only for the 1st year, the 98 model it seems, require the 555U module.

555U is the Universal version needing a hidden key.

What other companys make bypass kits?
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yeah, last time when i looked at the techsoft diagram, the 98 model only say 555u but now that the software is updated the info change to both 555u and 555h. so i figure its both
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