Antitheft Gone Wild

by | Sep 9, 2011 | Honda, Import Service

I received a distress call from a body shop for a complaint of a no-start on a 2006 Honda Civic. The shop had just finished working on the vehicle and decided to detail the car for the owner as a courtesy. The car was running prior to the battery going dead and now the shop was married to a no-start condition.

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