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Cb1300 Have snapped my last hiss key in fuel cap ....! How do I find the key code for a replacement at honda.I have a new blank honda key with chip ready & the old half key with original chip .Cheers

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Your Honda dealer will be able to cut you a new key using the bike's V.I.N. Just bring the key and bike ownership with you to the dealer.

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