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2005 honda civic ignition tumbler

I turned car off at gas pump, tried to stick the key in ignition. Key would no longer go into ignition. Something is wrong with the tumbler in the ignition. Had to have car towed. Need to know how to replace the key and tumbler assembly in detail. Thank you.
-jamielynn0126@yahoo.com

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  • Anonymous Dec 30, 2008

    Same thing happened to me, i started sliding the key in on an angle this worked for about a month or two and then the whole thing stopped working all together. it's in the dealership now, wasn't covered by warrenty. the cost to replace it is $620.00 CDN. Not fun.

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    Key will not turn to start car and the key almost would not come out of ignition

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    It no longer open my doors

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    93 honda accord.. cannot get key in all the way... can use a screwdriver to start, and stop... how do I fix the tumbler

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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.

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