Question about 2006 Honda Ridgeline
My key will no longer turn
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Take it to a locksmith. You don't want to risk pulling it down yourself especially where the immobiliser harness is concerned, in addition Honda tumblers are really hard to source, the defectives ones will have to be removed. You need an experienced locksmith to do this.
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
SOURCE: I have a 97 honda
hi if you lift your bonnet [make sure the igntion is not on and its out of gear ]get a lenth of wire connect a clip to one end connect it to the live terminal on your battery be carfull not to let the other end touch the engine block or any ground find your starter remove the small wire off the starter just pulls off keep your hands out of the rotating parts on the engine just touch the the bare terminal showing it should turn over if this does just replace the wire go inside of the car [starters ok] take the lower cowling off under the ignition switch get a test light connect one end to a good ground find the terminals on the back of the switch and one at a time go through the terminals with the test lead one at a time some will be live with the auxillary position some live with the ignition on and the last one should be live if you hold the ignition switch held over if none of these are live when the switch is held over the switch is faulty if they are ok and you are sure the batterys good you need to find the starter relay as it will be faulty yates210456
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
If the key fits mechanically, and the lock turns, then the key has been cut correctly. However if it just won't start the vehicle, then the transponder chip within the key will need programming. The dealer should have the equipment to do this. Do not accept a key that does not start the car - and certainly don't pay unless it does.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
you are having a problem with your immobilizer unit. the key may just need to be reproggramed. this can only be performed by a honda dealer with a honda diagnostic scan tool
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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