Question about 1990 Honda Accord
This problem has progressively become worse over the past 6 months. I've been putting it off because it eventually comes out after finagling with it for a couple minutes. It turns the car off but the key will not disengage. Is this a possible driveway repair?
You might try having a dealer cut a new key for you, With the VIN, he can cut a new key that will fit the existing locks. If that doesn't work, a new tumbler can be installed (I did it on my '90). A locksmith can match the tumbler to the new key so that it matches the rest of the locks on the car.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
You need to fix it before you start to lose mobility in the key and it would be a good idea for a technician to fix this since it will most likey need a new ignition tumbler(the thing you put your key in) and of course a new key. if your car is newer all this will need to be coded to the computer. Sorry :(
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