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2006 Honda Civic 2-Door LX and EX Immobilizer Indicator Is Blinking, Engine Won’t Start

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Download The engine doesn’t begin, and the immobilizer indicator is blinking (especially if the battery recently went lifeless and the engine was jump-began).DIAGNOSIS NOTE: When the immobilizer system just isn’t permitting the engine to start, the outcomes fluctuate depending on the model and how quickly the ignition key’s turned. 2006 Civic 2-Door, 4-Door, Si, and GX • For those who quickly flip the ignition swap from LOCK (zero) to START (III), the engine begins and runs for about 1 second, then shuts off. • When you turn the ignition swap to ON (II), then pause before turning to START (III), the starter cranks, but the engine does not start. • When the ignition change is returned to LOCK (0), the indicator blinks 10 times. 2006 Civic Hybrid • During reasonable weather situations, should you flip the ignition swap to START (III), the gauges and gauge indicators come on, however the engine does not crank. • Throughout extraordinarily chilly situations (about zero° F or decrease) or a low IMA battery: – If you flip the ignition change quickly from LOCK (zero) to START (III), the starter motor, not the IMA motor, cranks the engine and it runs for about 1 second, then shuts off. – For those who turn the ignition switch to ON (II), then pause earlier than turning to START (III), the starter motor, not the IMA motor, cranks the engine but it doesn’t start.