Honda Accord SE 2012 wont start. Jump Start not working as well.

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Asked by Feb 28, 2015 at 07:27 PM about the 2012 Honda Accord SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My Honda Accord 2012 wont start.  When  I try to start, it wont even crank and there is
no dash lights plus my remote key wont work. I tried jump starting it and then the alarm
goes off continuously when I do so and  now I see the dash lights and also hear cranks
when I try to start but cannot start. Help needed..

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You gave a clue when you mentioned the alarm. Look at the dash and you may see "Security" or something similar that's illuminated. If you see that than your Anti-Theft system is activated Get back to me if you see it and I will research the recovery procedure

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yes the anti-theft system is activated when the alarm is activated.

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