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    Key Codes

    Is the key code a 3, 4 or 7 digit code? I found #s on my lock cylinder on the fuel door. Top # is 3 digits with a letter then below that is a 4 digit code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joflewbyu2 View Post
    Is the key code a 3, 4 or 7 digit code? I found #s on my lock cylinder on the fuel door. Top # is 3 digits with a letter then below that is a 4 digit code.
    If you're trying to make spares for just the locks I believe this is the style or code from Home Depot

    27R

    If that's not what you're looking for then sorry I cant help...
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    My Honda key code is 4 digits.
    I didn't see any numbers on my gas lock cylinder.
    Interesting if they marry up somehow.
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    If you bought bike new. On the key ring was a small metal tab it stamped with key code #

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    Thanks. The numbers are on the bottom of the sleeve when filler door is open. I pulled the cylinder pin and slid the lock out and used a magnifying glass to view the number that was stamped. The right cubby lock had the same matching stamped number too. Just wasn’t sure if the 3 numbers above were part of the code.

    Quote Originally Posted by 53driver View Post
    My Honda key code is 4 digits.
    I didn't see any numbers on my gas lock cylinder.
    Interesting if they marry up somehow.
    Cheers,
    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joflewbyu2 View Post
    Thanks. The numbers are on the bottom of the sleeve when filler door is open. I pulled the cylinder pin and slid the lock out and used a magnifying glass to view the number that was stamped. The right cubby lock had the same matching stamped number too. Just wasn’t sure if the 3 numbers above were part of the code.
    ...Roger.
    I'll check tomorrow in the daylight and let you know if my known key code and the cylinder numbers are the same.

    Your Honda dealer can take your VIN and request the code from Mother Honda, but that can take a few days so I'm told.
    If you do not know your key code, I would start that procedure ASAP to avoid an unnecessary delay should the need suddenly arise.
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    Once you get the numbers you can check this out for the key - https://www.ebay.com/itm/Honda-Motor...l2649#viTabs_0
    A lot cheaper than Honda.

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    27R @ Lowes, Home Depot, ACE == prices $2 - $3.50 per copy, it's that EZ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olegoat345 View Post
    27R @ Lowes, Home Depot, ACE == prices $2 - $3.50 per copy, it's that EZ.
    The 27R key blank from Lowes is not slotted as far up the key as the Honda key. This often results in it only operating the center console, gas tank and side bag locks. Perfect if making knobs for those things but useless in operating the ignition. I believe you will be better off asking for a Honda Civic key blank, it will not have the large head on it like the OEM F6B key but will work all locks. Of course with the code you can get it punched rather than cut. My motorcycle shop wanted a high price for a extra key punched.

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    The Ilco HD110 blank IS slotted up to the ends and will fit the ignition.
    After several emails & pictures of keys, I've just ordered a pair of ignition keys from that eBay site mentioned earlier in this thread.
    I'll report back on their functionality.

    Cheers,
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