Updated: Sep 19, 2018
Honda ignition problems have been common since Honda changed their edge cut keys to high security key (also known as laser cut keys) in 2002. The change to high security key was brought by the fact that Hondas were one of the most stolen cars in America. There are also some minor disadvantages to high security key. First, because the key tumblers are split and are half the size for high security keys, after years of usage, the key gradually wears out. Second, the tumblers eventually slip out of position and causes the ignition to lock.
What MrQuickPick Lincoln can do for you.
We carry durable replacement parts to rebuild your ignition back to factory specs. This will ensure your key will remain the same cuts and will continue to have one key for the ignition and the doors.
What happens if you take the car to the dealership.
The dealership will simply replace the entire ignition unit, this will result in you having two different keys. One for the ignition and your old key for the door locks. If you do lose your ignition key in the future it will no longer match the VIN and you will have to return to dealer to have the whole ignition swapped once again.
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Please call if you have a Honda ignition problem and we can get it taken care right on the spot fast with no need to have your vehicle towed.