On my notes, its a Honda Acura 1999 LS or DLS with a 5 speed manual transmission. Any other car details, I will try to get later today and will inform you.
Thanks for your assistance as I am sure this will be very helpful for Mr. M ( the self made mechanic}. He has also said that after this problem, he'll have the car registered, sell it and then perhaps make a $100 - $150 profit.
I remember him saying that he removes battery connections to reset and try different wires again. Then repeats the same thing.
I will be getting more details of the car later today.But I suppose that the car has the Immobilizer because he removes the car's battery.
How can we help him start his car without having to go to the dealer ?
Sure, I intend to get those details too. If you need to send some illustrations, pls. do not hesitate to do so. I'll get back to you with more details later today.
It seems that Mr. M is unavailable to answer any calls for now as its only 8:00 AM here in the west coast.
So till later. Thanks.
Finally got the details !
Its a 1993 Honda Integra, 2 Dr., 3.5 li engine with 5 speed manual transmission . VIN # XXXXX
My regrets for the changes. However, the above specs are actual and verified.
Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks.
So then, how will he be able to start the car? No instructions on which wires are to be
connected ? What do you mean by "you could even leave some tumblers out if the become bent" ? What will be bent ?
Can you be more precise with your instructions to hotwire this Honda?
He did not mention anything about an alarm system. He's confident that the car will start.
You've said that only 2 screws are needed to remove the elect. part of the ignition switch. Then what's next after that ?