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2010 Honda CR-V Owner's Manual ➜ Remote Transmitter

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Remote Transmitter  
Press this button once  
UNLOCK  
PANIC Press this button for  
to unlock the driver’s door. Push it  
twice to unlock the remaining doors  
and the tailgate. Some exterior lights  
will flash twice each time you press  
the button.  
about 2 seconds to attract attention:  
the horn will sound, and the exterior  
lights will flash for about 30 seconds.  
To cancel panic mode, press any  
other button on the remote  
LOCK  
BUTTON  
LED  
UNLOCK  
BUTTON  
transmitter, or turn the ignition  
switch to the ON (II) position.  
The ceiling light and the spot light (if  
equipped) comes on when you press  
the UNLOCK button if the lights are  
in the door activated position. If you  
do not open any door or the tailgate  
within 30 seconds, the light fades out.  
If you relock the doors and the  
tailgate with the remote transmitter  
before 30 seconds have elapsed, the  
light(s) will go off immediately.  
PANIC  
BUTTON  
Press this button once to  
LOCK  
lock all doors and the tailgate. Some  
exterior lights will flash once. When  
you push LOCK twice within 5  
seconds, you will hear a beep to  
verify that the doors and the tailgate  
are locked and the security system  
(if equipped) has set. You cannot  
lock the doors and the tailgate if any  
door or the tailgate is not fully closed  
or the key is in the ignition switch.  
If you do not open any door or the  
tailgate within 30 seconds, they will  
automatically relock, and the  
security system (if equipped) will  
reset.  
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Remote Transmitter  
Remote Transmitter Care  
Avoid dropping or throwing the  
transmitter.  
Replacing the Transmitter  
Battery  
If it takes several pushes on the  
button to lock or unlock the doors  
and the tailgate, replace the battery  
as soon as possible.  
Protect the transmitter from  
extreme temperature.  
Battery type: CR1616  
Do not immerse the transmitter in  
any liquid.  
To replace the battery:  
If you lose a transmitter, the  
replacement needs to be  
reprogrammed by your dealer.  
SCREW  
1. Remove the screw at the base of  
the transmitter with a small  
Phillips-head screwdriver.  
NOTE: Be careful when removing  
this screw as the head of the screw  
can strip out.  
2. Separate the transmitter by prying  
its middle seam with your  
fingernail.  
CONTINUED  
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Remote Transmitter  
As required by the FCC:  
This device complies with Part 15 of the  
FCC rules. Operation is subject to the  
following two conditions: (1) This device  
may not cause harmful interference, and  
(2) this device must accept any  
interference received, including  
interference that may cause undesired  
operation.  
COIN  
BATTERY  
Changes or modifications not expressly  
approved by the party responsible for  
compliance could void the user’s  
3. Inside the transmitter, separate  
the inner cover from the keypad  
by carefully prying on the edge  
with a coin.  
4. Remove the old battery and note  
the polarity. Make sure the  
authority to operate the equipment.  
polarity of the new battery is the  
same (side facing down), then  
insert it in the keypad.  
This device complies with Industry  
Canada Standard RSS-210.  
Operation is subject to the following two  
conditions: (1) this device may not cause  
interference, and (2) this device must  
accept any interference that may cause  
undesired operation of the device.  
An improperly disposed of battery  
can hurt the environment.  
Always confirm local regulations  
for battery disposal.  
5. Install the parts in reverse order.  
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