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Girlfriend lost "stole" my key need to get bike out of garage quick how can i hotwire it

Need to get my bike out quick without gettin a mech or locksmith

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Not sure but you can always do it the criminal way and shove a screwdriver in the better be YOUR bike though

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SOURCE: how to hotwire my bike?

1. Start by prying the metal ignition cap where the key would usually go off to get to the wires. 2. Twist the battery and ignition wires together to complete the connection and send power from the battery to the motorcycle's ignition. Alternate Method 1. You can clip the wires on the bottom of the ignition. Only clip the red wire and the solid green wire. If there is no green wire, look for a solid yellow or black wire. Various colors are used to prevent non-professional tampering. The battery is always red and green, yellow, and black are the ground/ignition wires. Only clip the previously mentioned wires and leave the other wires alone, especially any "stripped" wires!

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SOURCE: need to take lock cylinder out

You must unscrew the top yoke from the front system and turn it upside down to unscrew the bolts that holds the lock on the yoke.Perhaps the bolts need a hammer and something pointy (with sharp end) cause usually they are headless and you cannot use any tool.After that you should take it to the locksmith and you should not try to disassemble the lock itself.It is very sensitive and you can easily damage it or loose something from it.

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SOURCE: I lost my key and I need to remove my ignition to

You could try calling Suzuki dealership with chassis / frame number they should be able to source replacement key.

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