Need spare Honda key that will start car

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Asked by Jul 04, 2017 at 11:37 PM about the 2006 Honda Accord EX V6

Question type: General

I have the original key with the lock and unlock buttons. I lost the spare key.  So
what's the best way to get a replacement key that will start the car? Since I'm
getting that key is it worth it to get the fob with the lock and unlock buttons?

3 Answers

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Just get it from the dealer, it will be like $120 but worth it (especially if you lock your key in the car, that alone for the cost of a locksmith is worth it)

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Some locksmiths have all the equipment to cut the key and program the system to reconise it, just make sure you have all the keys and fobs with the car when you go so they can make sure the system is fully operational, might save a few bucks from dealer prices, but if you can't find a locksmith with the right equipment then then your stuck with the dealer.

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Going to the dealer was my original plan. Then I started looking online and got 2 things: confused and a headache. So thanks for your help -- at least I can understand what you guys are talking about.

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