Honda Civic Ignition Lock Cylinder

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      Honda Civic Ignition Lock Cylinder

      As much as you drive your Honda Civic around town, the moment you lose your keys is the moment you need to order a new Honda Civic ignition lock cylinder from AutoZone. Once it arrives, install it and use the new key to regain the ability to access and drive your vehicle.

      One repair that doesn’t come about too often is the need to replace the ignition lock cylinder. Vehicles both new and old are liable to end up with a broken or worn-out lock cylinder that makes it impossible to use the keys. Prevent a faulty ignition cylinder from keeping you enjoying your vehicle by ordering a new ignition lock cylinder for Honda Civic from AutoZone.

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      Easy Install, Mediocre Quality

      Jared

      in 21 days

      When my car was stolen the thief broke my lock. This one works like a charm and install was easy... maybe too easy. Consider buying a new bolt that requires a weird screw driver, something a thief won't have on hand. Here's some tips. To make this cheap lock last you should insert and remove the key carefully every time and lube the lock as routine maintenance. Remember your old lock won't come out if the key is stuck in the 0 position. It has to be in 1 or 2. Otherwise take it to the dealer or a specialist. Watch the video on YouTube by Fixbook for installation. Take a picture of all serial numbers on packaging and the yellow slip inside, just in case you need to make a new key later.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1997 Honda Civic EX Coupe

      When my car was stolen the thief broke my lock. This one works like a charm and install was easy... maybe too easy. Consider buying a new bolt that requires a weird screw driver, something a thief won't have on hand. Here's some tips. To make this cheap lock last you should insert and remove the key carefully every time and lube the lock as routine maintenance. Remember your old lock won't come out if the key is stuck in the 0 position. It has to be in 1 or 2. Otherwise take it to the dealer or a specialist. Watch the video on YouTube by Fixbook for installation. Take a picture of all serial numbers on packaging and the yellow slip inside, just in case you need to make a new key later.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1997 Honda Civic EX Coupe

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      It works

      Thomas

      in a month

      This replacement ignition lock assembly appears to be assembled in China from Taiwanese parts. It fits as Honda OE but does not include the transponder (the last electronic unit in the OE assy next to the keyhole. You will need to reuse your old transponder. The unit operated smoothly, and took the programming from the local locksmith without any problems. It is stupidly expensive (almost as expensive as the OEM Honda unit from the dealership) but seems to come with a limited lifetime warranty with no end date on it. Given that these Honda ignition assemblies are prone to failure, that is a good thing. The photograph suggests that this comes with three keys. It does not. It comes with 2 keys and a tag with the key code imprinted on it. Note that this unit is not interchangeable with the unit for a 2 door coupe, or a car with an automatic transmission. This is exclusively for an 8th generation (2006-2011) Civic 4 door sedan with a Manual Transmission.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2006 Honda Civic EX MT (Manual Transmission)

      This replacement ignition lock assembly appears to be assembled in China from Taiwanese parts. It fits as Honda OE but does not include the transponder (the last electronic unit in the OE assy next to the keyhole. You will need to reuse your old transponder. The unit operated smoothly, and took the programming from the local locksmith without any problems. It is stupidly expensive (almost as expensive as the OEM Honda unit from the dealership) but seems to come with a limited lifetime warranty with no end date on it. Given that these Honda ignition assemblies are prone to failure, that is a good thing. The photograph suggests that this comes with three keys. It does not. It comes with 2 keys and a tag with the key code imprinted on it. Note that this unit is not interchangeable with the unit for a 2 door coupe, or a car with an automatic transmission. This is exclusively for an 8th generation (2006-2011) Civic 4 door sedan with a Manual Transmission.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2006 Honda Civic EX MT (Manual Transmission)

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      Locksmart Ignition Lock Cylinder for 2004 Civic

      Mark

      in 8 months

      Once you have the original ignition switch out, you will need to remove the immobilizer module from your old switch and install on this one, no big deal, just two screws. Also, you'll need to get a locksmith to program the keys that come with the new ignition to match your immobilizer module. I hired a mobile locksmith to come to the house and the keys were programmed in minutes.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2004 Honda Civic EX

      Once you have the original ignition switch out, you will need to remove the immobilizer module from your old switch and install on this one, no big deal, just two screws. Also, you'll need to get a locksmith to program the keys that come with the new ignition to match your immobilizer module. I hired a mobile locksmith to come to the house and the keys were programmed in minutes.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2004 Honda Civic EX