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1993 Acura Integra Key Fob Remote Programming Instructions

Posted by Keyless Entry Remote on May 19th 2015

Here are the programming instructions for a 1993 Acura Integra Key Fob Remote. If you need an extra Key Fob or Replacement Fob for any vehicle you might have visit us at You can also leave comments or suggestions at the bottom of this blog. If you like what we provide please forward on to your friends & family and share via the social media icons below; people like you are our best advertising tool!


Programming Instructions: 

Please read procedures as there are different applications depending on what you purchased.

If you purchased an aftermarket duplicate remote to replace your factory original remote then follow procedure 1. If you bought a factory original remote to replace or "recase" your old remote then use procedure 2. Please note: If you purchased a factory original remote to replace your old remote then, you must still have in possession your old remote with the original chip. If you purchased from us this would have been stated in your ad.

Procedure #1:

Locate the control module in your vehicle. Most of the time it's installed under the driver's seat. On the module, locate the chip compartment cover. It's similar to the battery cover on a tv remote. This cover houses the chip which you will need to replace. When you locate the chip pictured below, carefully slide it out. Next, replace it with the chip you were sent with your new duplicate remote. Locate the reset button located adjacent to the chip pictured below. The reset button will be inside the module compartment and not on the remote. The button is extremely small and may look like a chip on the board. When you locate the button, press it momentarily. The new duplicate remote should now operate your vehicles keyless entry system.

Procedure #2:

Locate the chip inside your old remote as pictured below. Carefully slide the chip out of your remote and insert it in the new remote. The new factory original remote should now operate your system. If the new remote is not working, try resetting the system as explained in procedure #1. If the system still doesn't operate then: A. There's a problem with the vehicle's system. B. The chip in the old remote is not the original chip or is defective.

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