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Old 01-26-2005, 10:24 PM   #1
 
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Lost keys, Question about key code for replacement.

I lost the key to my bike(929rr) and only had that one key. I got the trunk open by removing the front seat and reaching back and poping the lock. I then removed the rear seat lock because I was told there would be a code on it. Now my question: What is the format of the code for the key to be cut? The only code on the lock is in this format: #LL(Number, letter, letter) Is this the right code? Thanks for the help.
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Re: Lost keys, Question about key code for replacement.

Originally Posted by cwitr329
I lost the key to my bike(929rr) and only had that one key. I got the trunk open by removing the front seat and reaching back and poping the lock. I then removed the rear seat lock because I was told there would be a code on it. Now my question: What is the format of the code for the key to be cut? The only code on the lock is in this format: #LL(Number, letter, letter) Is this the right code? Thanks for the help.

Knock on the door of the guy you stole the bike from and ask for the keys
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Re: Lost keys, Question about key code for replacement.

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Knock on the door of the guy you stole the bike from and ask for the keys
Take your title and reg to the local Honduh dealership and they'll be sure to help you right out. Make sure you notify the PD too so you can recover any lost keys someone might turn in!
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Re: Lost keys, Question about key code for replacement.

Honda dealership is no help... Went there with title in hand and they said there is no way to look up key code via VIN#. Also tried to contact previous owner seeing if MAYBE he had the second key but he didnt. And timeBOMB, I appreciate you being suspisious, better that than taking my word for it, but it really is my bike. I just need to know if the code is 3 alphanumerics long or not... Thanks for the help.
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Re: Lost keys, Question about key code for replacement.

post up a scanned pick of the title with your name and ill tell you how to accuire a key.....
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Re: Lost keys, Question about key code for replacement.

Originally Posted by playinwitya
post up a scanned pick of the title with your name and ill tell you how to accuire a key.....
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Re: Lost keys, Question about key code for replacement.

trailer the bike to a locksmith, they will probably know what to do....
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Re: Lost keys, Question about key code for replacement.

I believe you can pull the ignition and there will be a number stamped on it. Take this number to your Honda dealer and they can order one.
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Re: Lost keys, Question about key code for replacement.

Yup, getting a new ignition may be an option. I don't think the key code is stamped anyplace visible, that wouldn't make sense, as anyone could then write it down and get a key made.

Attention everyone: If you haven't already done so, write down your key number in your owner's manual now. That's the first thing I do when I get a new bike.
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Re: Lost keys, Question about key code for replacement.

Getting a key w/o the code is the absolute worst experience EVER!!! Dealership I used to work at wrote down the key codes on the checklist during assembly I think, might want to look into that.
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Re: Lost keys, Question about key code for replacement.

Originally Posted by cwitr329
Honda dealership is no help... Went there with title in hand and they said there is no way to look up key code via VIN#. Also tried to contact previous owner seeing if MAYBE he had the second key but he didnt. And timeBOMB, I appreciate you being suspisious, better that than taking my word for it, but it really is my bike. I just need to know if the code is 3 alphanumerics long or not... Thanks for the help.

The number is typically more than 3 digits long.
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Re: Lost keys, Question about key code for replacement.

Originally Posted by Hamburgler
I believe you can pull the ignition and there will be a number stamped on it. Take this number to your Honda dealer and they can order one.
thats what they tell me to do also. I want another key myself because the original I have is bent and I have a copy (made with a Honda blank of course because no locksmith has the right key to make one)
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Re: Lost keys, Question about key code for replacement.

I have lost one key(HISS)for my 954 and the Honda dealer give me this number:
35121-MCJ-D00

the cost is US$32.37 plus tax They told me that when they have the key they will program it with my ECU
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Re: Lost keys, Question about key code for replacement.

We don't have HISS here in the US, so that's not the problem. He needs his key code so they can cut the key.
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Re: Lost keys, Question about key code for replacement.

You should be thankful getting replacement keys are this difficult. That's what locks are designed to do. The comfort of security is an expensive, but worthwhile lesson.

A GOOD locksmith can take apart the lock and make new keys or rekey a new pattern for you. Since they depend on their reputation, they are inclined to do honest work and know that the bike is yours. That means they might check to see if the bike is stolen.

You can even rekey the lock yourself, but most people don't know how to use a hammer, punch, grinder, and work with little brass and steel parts.

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