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post #11 of 20 Old 01-27-2017, 02:09 PM
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How a Locksmith will disable all the setup can you please describe here briefly Mr Jim.
Just have a locksmith pick the seat lock and remove and disassemble that cylinder and measure the pins. Or pick it yourself. It's easy. He can make a key from knowing the order and length of the pins.

A good locksmith can "impression" a key, as well. Local idiots cannot.
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Yeah...Locksmith is the best solution for recovery of lost key.Same thing happened with me last year and my friend suggested me Locksmith Tamarac and i contacted them.The technician came and made me new key at reasonable prices.Really appreciable service.
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Locksmith can disable the setup.Insert key into the ignition.Turn the key to "On," leave it there for 10 minutes and 30 seconds and then cycle it back "Off."Repeat the previous step two more times, ending in the "Off" position after the third cycle.Enter the programming sequence with the key erased.Remove the key from the ignition without turning the car on. This will close the programming sequence and leave the key disabled.
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I would advise you to call an experienced technician to replace your keys. If you are in Houston area, I can even recommend Get Locksmith that from my own experience provides the best locksmith services. Whenever I needed their help, they arrived on site in 20 minutes and did not charge me extra. All their rates are fixed. Hope I helped you, here is the link of their website. You can find all the information there.

https://www.get-locksmith.com/housto...ive-locksmith/
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Assume problem solved by now but.. for forum members information: Take proof of ownership and VIN number (or bike) to authorized Honda PowerSports dealer and dealer will obtain OEM key code an cut new key for you. Cost ... about $65.
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Absolutely, the problem must be resolved earlier and everyone here is giving suggestions on hiring locksmith and what to do and what not to do.
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Assume problem solved by now but.. for forum members information: Take proof of ownership and VIN number (or bike) to authorized Honda PowerSports dealer and dealer will obtain OEM key code an cut new key for you. Cost ... about $65.
I will not go to the dealer because their charges for the new key are very high, so i prefer to contact locksmith brooklyn for the new key.
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The owner must have taken help from an auto locksmith for the new key.
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First, disassemble the door lock and then install the new lock if you have lockpicking tools. If not then hire a locksmith nearby to install locks for you.
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Any auto locksmith would make you new keys within $100.
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