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You may need to contact the manufacturer of your model. Some cards are more technical, some are just plastic to push down a tab inside. You can try a similar sized store card, or piece of plastic if its the simple version, if its a coded type card it will need to be replaced. The company contact info should be on your machine or manual.
Go to any computer-store, and you can buy a credit-card-sized plastic card that has a license-key for Microsoft Office.
Or, if the software already is installed, search online for the free "PRODUKEY" software.
Downoad it. Unzip it. Run it, to display the 25-character product-code that was used when you installed Microsoft Office.
I've not heard of Brake Codes working on the 3rd or 4th generation Rolling Code Sidewinder Keys. There is simply no reason to, since a Honda Tech can simply access the Immobilizer System through the HDS (Honda Diagnostic System Laptop) with the Daily Access Security code providec by the Honda System. He can even reflash (reprogram) the ECM using this Daily Code.
In a case like this, normally Honda will have the Accord towed in and do a "All Keys Lost" reset with a new set of keys. This will also prevent your "Lost keys" from being used in the future by who ever may find them.
If you ever buy a used Honda at a Honda Dealership, most likely they also did a complete Key code reset just in case to protect you.
also, you should have some metal tags or plastic card with the codes in your owner manual packet package. Dealer can cut keys with codes. But, if you have antitheft, you will need to program those keys before they will work.
You should have a PUK number, on the plastic card where your sim card was. If you've lost it: Pin Unlock Code (PUK) If you miss key (or forget) your SIM pin code, and enter the wrong one 3-5 times in a row, the SIM will lock up, and you’ll need to enter the PUK unlock code to release it. You should ask your Network Service Provider for this code when you need it. Don’t try to guess it, because after a few wrong guesses, the SIM card will be permanently disabled.