lost crv keys, help please.

Discussion in 'CR-V' started by davemurphy, Feb 8, 2004.

  1. davemurphy

    davemurphy Guest

    hi, i have a 1999 honda crv and i lost the only key i had for the crv,
    i bought it second hand and never got around to getting one made,
    anyway does any body know how much this is likly to cost? and do i
    have to go tru a main dealer? thank's, dave.
    davemurphy, Feb 8, 2004
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    Paul Bielec Guest

    Take your registration and go to your dealer. He'll be able to carve one
    from you based on your VIN (serial number).
    Paul Bielec, Feb 9, 2004
  3. You can try a locksmith who does auto work, they should be able to make
    new keys for you.

    Norman Koller, Feb 9, 2004
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    Tjacobs Guest

    If the Key has the imobolizer function you are screwed unless you have
    the master key. I had the same problem when I purchase my 98 prelude
    and made the dealer supply two keys. Cost the dealer over $100 for a
    new imobolizer unit.
    Call the dealer maybe it changed in 99!
    Tjacobs, Feb 9, 2004
  5. If the Key has the imobolizer function you are screwed unless you have
    Uh, '97-'01 CR-V does not have the immobilizer.

    How to turn off 'Maintenance Required" light:

    1. Hold trip/reset button on dash
    2. Turn key to "ON" or start engine
    3. Hold button til light goes out
    He Hate Retards, Feb 10, 2004
  6. Even for cars that have the immobilizer, a locksmith with the right
    equipment can originate NEW keys for your car, without the original
    master key. Don't believe the dealers who say only they can service the
    car. They want you to believe that.

    Norman Koller, Feb 11, 2004
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