Key won't turn in door lock

Asked by Jul 12, 2018 at 10:19 AM about the 2007 Honda Accord EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Key won't turn in car lock. Had roadside service open car.  Alarm keeps going
off disconnected battery. Is this a key chip problem or lock problem. Problem
just started 7/11/18 when tried to go home from work, key wouldn't go in, jiggled
it and worked got home. Then key wouldn't work anymore.

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How did u fixed it I’m having the same problem

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2009 Accord. Valet key put in door lock but could not turn. Other key with fob also could not open with key inserted in lock. Worked OK with remote from key fob. After calling dealer for appointment to fix it, I checked on You Tube and got info to try WD40 in lock. Worked OK....Saved cash!

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