Question about 1993 Honda Accord
Sometime if the steering wheel is locked tight this will happen. Just turn the wheel so that it is not pressed up against the locked position, and the key will turn. Or, If your key is really really worn down and you don't have a spare to try it with (and you think it could be that worn teeth on the key could be the issue), you can take your title in to the dealership and they can cut you a new key from the VIN number. You will need the title for proof of ownership though. Hope this helps, give thumbs up if it does!
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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