Honda keeps a database of key codes that a dealer can access from your VIN
number, but it is very spotty before the early 90's. Check with your dealer
if he can get your code. He should probably charge a few dollars to get the
code. Cutting you a key from that code might be another $5 or $10. If not,
you can probably find the code elsewhere on your vehicle. The easiest way to
find it is to pull the key cylinder (if you're not locked out of the car)
from your glovebox. There are a series of numbers on the cylinder and your
dealer should recognize your key code from those numbers and cut you a key.
All this should work providing no locks have been replaced previously.
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