In such cases you fist consult it with the dealer from you get the honda, and if you still think they are going to be more expensive. Then consult it with the locksmith nearby you , ask him to make a new key compare both the prices and get from them whose price is low.hey i have my honda crosstour and 2 days ago by mistaken i have lost my car keys. i have concerned with 2 or more locksmiths but they told me that the keys are immobilizer and i'll have to get key codes. so now what can if do anybody suggest me about it
Call the dealership you will have to provide proof of ownership of the vehicle.hey i have my honda crosstour and 2 days ago by mistaken i have lost my car keys. i have concerned with 2 or more locksmiths but they told me that the keys are immobilizer and i'll have to get key codes. so now what can if do anybody suggest me about it
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Yes, finding a locksmith is usually more cost effective than contacting a dealer. When it comes to tracking keys, I used tracker tiles to track my keys, and they were completely useless. Only Tile is excellent, sturdy and very reliable and can make a phone / tablet sound.There are several ways around this. Do you have matching door and ignition? A good Locksmith can cut a key off the lock cylinder. So you can take the door lock off and take that in.
Different keys? It can still be done. Need to pick the lock and after that the cylinder can be removed.
Of course there is the drill option. Be careful track key with item locator or you could need a new switch as well.