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nhat179 
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i'm doing remote starter for 2002 Honda Odyssey. i connect all the wires, my bypass is XK05 (PKH2 firmware loaded). But after turn the key to ignition, the LED on bypass stay on all the time and vehicle still no bypassed (LED suppose to flash 4 time to tell you that bypass are programmed). Anyone know about this problem? Is this wrong firmware on the XK05? Please help.
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do u have a UTI availiable ?

just put one in last week.... the uti worked great...

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1)Double check your wiring connections.
2)Reset the unit and try again.
3)If still no-go get the unit replaced - I haven't had any bad ones lately but....
nhat179 
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i checked all wiring and reset the unit already, but the LED still keep on solid :(. First time i put it on, the LED flash one time and off, but still not bypass. Then I reset and turn key on, LED keep go on solid.
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I would guess it is a bay bypass - but that is just a guess.
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are you depressing the programming button on the xk05 while turning  the key?>

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call trilogix tech support 877-212-8058
sometimes those xko5 modules just wont work on hondas, i just had an 01 prelude last week that i couldnt get to program either, wound up using a key and a keybox after i wasted time with the xk05.
ive also had situations where the xko5 module wouldnt program on hondas until i tried using a different key. in those situations your screwed if the customer comes in with only one key, or only has one key which is what the scenario was on the prelude mentioned above, customer had to go get a key made at honda.
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nhat179 
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snotdobbs wrote:

are you depressing the programming button on the xk05 while turning  the key?>

No i did not, i just leave the bypass in the dash and turn the key on.

So, what do you think i have to do?

nhat179 
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mxxmikexx wrote:
call trilogix tech support 877-212-8058
sometimes those xko5 modules just wont work on hondas, i just had an 01 prelude last week that i couldnt get to program either, wound up using a key and a keybox after i wasted time with the xk05.
ive also had situations where the xko5 module wouldnt program on hondas until i tried using a different key. in those situations your screwed if the customer comes in with only one key, or only has one key which is what the scenario was on the prelude mentioned above, customer had to go get a key made at honda.

thanks alot, so the XK05 never work with u :( ????


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