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Honda Lost keys 1998-2001, All models

Posted by Auto Locksmith Baton Rouge on Friday, November 1, 2019, In : Honda Ignition Locks 
Many Honda vehicles came with either a transponder key, or had this as an option. Check with your local dealer to see if your model car came with a transponder chip in the key.  On Honda vehicles from 1998-2001, the computer will need to be re-flashed in order to add new keys to the vehicles computer. Why wait until you lose the last key, call us today to get a duplicate key made for your automobile.
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Honda Ignition Lock Replacement 2003 and Up All Models

Posted by Auto Locksmith Baton Rouge on Friday, November 1, 2019, In : Honda Ignition Locks 
When purchasing a new Honda ignition lock, the lock housing, ECM box, anti-theft ring and lock cylinder all come as one assembly. You will need to save the black theft ring and ECM box from the old ignition lock assembly that came off of your vehicle. If you swap these parts out for new ones, the new keys which came with the new lock assembly, will not program to the vehicles computer. Remember, you can always count on an Automotive Locksmith to do the job for you, instead of your mechanic. W...
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Honda Ignition Lock Problems-Keys won't turn the ignition lock to on

Posted by Auto Locksmith Baton Rouge on Friday, November 1, 2019, In : Honda Ignition Locks 
Honda ignition locks frequently seem to stop working. Read the follwoing to see if this is the issue you are having and how to fix the problem:
Either you can put the key all the way in the ignition lock, but it will not turn or you can only insert the key halfway, and not all the way.

Problem 1-You can insert the key all the way, but it will not turn.
Solution-Have a new key by code cut to see if it solves the problem, or replace the ignition lock.

Problem 2-One of the wafers in the lock is han...
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