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Lost keys... cheaper to replace ignition than to order keys... cant remove tumbler assymbly.. 98 honda civic

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It might pay you to call a locksmith. Good ones know how to get into cars and they usually know how to get the codes needed to cut you a new key. That might cost you about $15 depending versus all the hassle for you.

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