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    Paul King
    Paul King

    What is the smart way to get duplicate keys and fobs? Is ordering a duplicate key or fob off the Internet and trying to program it yourself a good idea?

    • This topic was modified 2 years, 8 months ago by EricTheCarGuy 1 EricTheCarGuy.
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    Nightflyr *
    Richard Kirshy

    Do you have the hardware to do the programing?
    Also do you plan on getting OEM keys and fobs?
    If the answer is no to either question you might run into issues.

    Rudy R
    Rudy R

    A locksmith might program the keys to the vehicle for you, at a lower cost than what the dealer would charge.

    This also depends on the age of your Honda. If you have a key with the immobilizer chip but have a separate fob, or with a key that has an integral fob (probably up through 2010 or so?), you can program the fob to the vehicle using a common procedure you can find online with a Google search. But the immobilizer chip in the key will need to be programmed with the proper equipment.

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