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Old 19 Jul 2010, 12:16 am
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Default Anyone can help me please..? My only car key got locked in. Honda Accord 2009 Model. I...

...dont want to break the?
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Old 19 Jul 2010, 12:31 am
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Call a locksmith to get it open and make ANOTHER KEY.
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Old 19 Jul 2010, 12:46 am
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call a locks smith, tow truck if you have AAA they do it for free, at least for me they do. ask someone to bing your spare from wherever its at.
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Old 19 Jul 2010, 01:01 am
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What? Your magic apple iphone/blackberry can't open your doors, start your car, and do your laundry? I guess there ain't an app for that.































Call a locksmith.
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Old 19 Jul 2010, 01:16 am
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Contact the dealer you bought your vehicle from. If they are an Honda dealer, they might be able to get the code to they key and make a replacement for you. Or call a locksmith if that doesn't help. Good Luck.
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Most towing services have, or have a close relationship with, a road service specialist. Those are the guys you can call if you lock your keys in the car. The call is known as a "lock-out" and the last time my son had to use one it was $40 for somebody to come out and get the door open. His car was a 1988 Accord, but even that far back it was an ordeal. Ordinary tools like slim jims and the array of shaped wire doodads he had to slip in the door jamb didn't do it right of the bat, so he had to gradually pry the top back corner out a bit (it didn't bend anything but looked scary enough) and keep widening the gap with padded wedges until he had enough room to use one of the shaped wires to flip the lock. No damage to the car.
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Old 19 Jul 2010, 01:46 am
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Go to the dealer with the VIN and pay for a new key.































Otherwise pry the door open at the top until you can slip a long rod inside to trip the electric door locks. You may need special tools that won't mar the vehicles finish.































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