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With the fob present, turn IGN switch: IGNITION-OFF-IGNITION-OFF-IGNITION Press LEFT turn signal switch 3 TIMES Press RIGHT turn signal switch 1 TIME and release Turn signals will flash 3 times. Current PIN will appear in odometer. The first digit will be flashing.
If changing PIN, enter first digit (a) of new PIN by pressing LEFT signal switch (a) time(s) i.e., for the number 1, press one time. for the number 5, press 5 times.
Press RIGHT signal switch 1 TIME and release. the new digit (a) will replace the current in odometer window.
According to my Clymer manual, those are "break-off bolts". It says to center-punch the bolts, then drill off the bolt shanks with a hand drill. It earlier notes that you should purchase new ignition switch break-off bolts when ordering the switch. Please note that I'm not telling you drill out the bolts, but that's what the Clymer manual seems to say. Good luck.The local Honda dealer referred me to a local locksmith since they don't cut keys there. Those are headless bolts that are permanently in place. The code is stamped on the outside of the cylinder: three numbers, a letter, then three numbers (123J456) Got two keys for $40; It was $35 for one. Time to start ridin'.
I dont know if your bike has a number nere the ignition hole or not but if it does go to ebay and look for spare keys and match the number up with the key if it does not have a number then youll have to get a new ignition switch.
Either your tumblers in the lock are dirty or broken or your key does not fit the lock. If you have an original key it has a key number on it. The bottom of the ignition switch should have the same number on it (A12345,Bxxxxx,Cxxxxx,Dxxxxx,or Exxxxx). If the numbers are different you need to get the other key made at the dealer or locksmith. If the switch is broken you will probably need to buy a new switch.