What can you do if you lost your ignition keys to a 1978 Honda Accord?
Lost ignition keys for newer vehicles can be obtained from the vehicle dealership. Lost keys for a 1978 Honda Accord will require the replacement of the ignition.
Take out the ignition cylinder and take it to a competent locksmith. They'll take the ignition apart and be able to make a key from the tumbler positions inside. I took my Honda Shadow ignition to a guy because my friend had lost the keys and he had it ready in 1 day and low and behold, the keys worked perfectly. Shouldn't cost over about $10-$15, $20 at the highest. Shop around.
Are the ignition keys for 2000 Honda accord ex encoded or can i go anywhere and have a duplicate key made?
I have a similar problem with my 1990 Honda Accord EX. Usually it is because it is too cold and the ignition won't release the key. I'll let the car run until it's warm and the key usually releases. One other thing to try: as these cars get older, bought and sold many times, keys get copied and copies made from copies, etc. Go to the Honda dealer with your VIN number, and they can…
You can check with your Honda dealer but there appear to be no recalls for the ignition switches for this vehicle - At 80K miles I would believe that you are on your own for having it replaced. Hint: I've been told that if you have an excessively large amount of keys or any kind of weight on your keychain - that constant weight hanging on the ignition switch mechanism can be instrumental in wearing…
Had to replace ignition lock on my 2001 ford explorer because we lost the only two keys we had but now the engine won't turn over help?
To get new ignition keys so you use your parents spare ignition keys not including the fob for your 3 vehicles which are a 2006 dodge caravan 1996 Chevy silvarado and a 2009 Chevy colbalt and?
Why won't the key turn in my 99 Honda Odyssey Turned the wheel back and forth wiggled the key tried all 3 keys we have jacked the van up to relieve pressure on steering column. HELP?
There is a known issue with Honda Odyssey ignition 1998-99. I think there is an open recall on them. I have a '98 and the ignition started shutting off while I was driving (which is worse than your problem, trust me) and the dealer replaced it for no charge. I would ask a local Honda dealer if the recall applies to your Odyssey. Jeff
I had the same problem with my daughters 97 Civic. A poorly cut new key was lodged in the ignition. I did a combination of things: WD-40 (Not too much) That did not work. Then out of desperation I applied cold ice packs to the key while at the same time using daughter's blow dryer to heat up the ignition slot. My theory being maybe I could possibly shrink and insulate the key with cold…