I just went through this on 2016 Civic with a fob just like the one pictured here.
Close the doors, and make sure they are unlocked.
Turn the key to turn the car on, but don't start it. The dash lights should come on, but don't engage the starter. Press and hold the "lock" button on the fob for one second.
Turn the car off.
Do that two more times. (Turn the key, hold the "lock" button for one second)
Now, one more time. On this fourth time, leave the key turned and the dash lights lit. It will reprogram your fob when you press the "lock" button that fourth time. You have another 10 seconds to program any additional fobs by simply hitting the "lock" button for one second. So, if you have more than one, you need to do it as well.
You only have 5 seconds on the first 3 steps between the time you turn the key and hold the "lock" button. It took me a few goes to get the first one to reprogram. Then it took a second go round to get both of them programmed.
Edit: Additional: You can only have 3 active fobs at any given time.
Lorsqu'il en aura reçu, il pourra afficher un graphique de sa réputation au fil du temps.
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