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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'.
If ignition switch then you need the key without it you cannot remove the barrell ,then its a hammer and centre punch to try to remove the retaing headless bolts they break off the head when tightened ,or a small radial cutter if you can get it into the right position on this vehicle
The heads of the screws are sheared off for obvious reasons(theft etc) you can drill them and use an easy out... When you replace the bolts be sure to use the correct ones and shear the heads off of them to ensure your cars security
this going to be a long one I'll start with water deflector
1.remove trim panel
2.remove seat belt assembly
3. remove tape from deflector and door inner panel
4. remove deflector from inner door panel using a wide flat bladed tool to break the hot melt sealer bond
1. remove the power door lock switch from the trim panel
2. remove lock knob and bezel
3. remove screw and reposition or remove the remote mirror bezel
LOCK KNOB AND BEZEL
1. remove cover
2. remove remote control bezel retaining screw
4. remove knob from lock rod by prying with a flat bladed tool
4. remove knob
5. remove bezel
1. remove switch from trim panel using a small flat bladed tool
2. disconnect wire connector from switch
1. remove water deflector
2. raise window to fully up position and tape window to door frame using cloth backed body tape
3. punch out the center pins of the regulator rivets then drill out rivets using 1/4 inch drill bit
4. move regulator rearward and disconnect wire harness from motor disengage roller on regulator lift arm from window sash channel
5. remove regulator through rear access hole
6. secure regulator arm to regulator by inserting a bolt through holes in the regulator and sector gear then attach a nut to the bolt
7. using a 3/16" drill bit drill out motor attaching rivets and remove motor from regulator
1. install motor to regulator with 3/16" rivets or 3/16" nuts and bolts
2.remove nut and bolt securing regulator arm to regulator.
3. then install by repeating the removal
you wont?? without the key you will not be able to remove the barrell.their are two headless bolts that shear off when its fitted ,if you can behind them and tap them around to slacken them with a centre punch then your lucky ??other than that remove the steering column and cut it off ,i take it the lock has jammed up ?? and will not turn .