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I lost the key to my 03 954. I need help with removal of the ignition switch...I dont have my repair manual and need some help...

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I lost the key to my 03 954. I need help with removal of the ignition switch...I dont have my repair manual and need some help...

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Easiest way to remove it is to remove the top clamp completely and then remove the ignition switch from it. A locksmith might even be able to make a key for it without having to remove it from the clamp.
 

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k thats what i figured...you know what kind of bolt holds the ignition switch in? looks kinda like an allen but none of the allens fit in the hole? thanks
 

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k thats what i figured...you know what kind of bolt holds the ignition switch in? looks kinda like an allen but none of the allens fit in the hole? thanks
Torx.
You should get them out okay once you can get to them but they're often Loktited.
 

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if its like my 900rr it will be a star wrench/torx - sp?, you may not need to take it off though, take the top clamp off and look for a number stamped on the ignition, if there is one you can take that to a locksmith and get a key made.
 

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I was told by a locksmith years ago that the trunk lock and gas cap have less tumblers than the ign. switch, I lost the key to my ninja
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Your exactly right hondasrule. I lost the key on my 071krr and lockouts unlimited had a key made in 45min, even came to my house.
 

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OR YOU CAN TAKE THE TRUNK LOCK OUT IT WOULD BE EASIER.(I THINK)
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Well taking the trunk lock out will not work as the gas and trunk use different number of tumblers. Another option you have is to call a Honda Service shop and get the key "code" using the VIN, giving this to a lock smith they should be able to cut you a new key.
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Another option you have is to call a Honda Service shop and get the key "code" using the VIN, giving this to a lock smith they should be able to cut you a new key.
That's provided you know for certain that your eight-year-old bike still has its original lock set.
 
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