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It can be a major inconvenience when the ignition of your Honda simply won’t turn, and your plans for the day can become ruined, along with the added expense of getting it repaired. However, it doesn’t have to be neither inconvenient, nor expensive, as there is an alternative to getting your car towed to a Honda dealership, that you might not be aware of. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: The Quickest & Easiest Way To Repair A Honda Ignition Switch


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The Quickest Easiest Way To Repair A Honda
Ignition Switch
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  • It can be a major inconvenience when the ignition
    of your Honda simply wont turn, and your plans
    for the day can become ruined, along with the
    added expense of getting it repaired. However, it
    doesnt have to be neither inconvenient, nor
    expensive, as there is an alternative to getting
    your car towed to a Honda dealership, that you
    might not be aware of.
  • How your Honda ignition works
  • A split wafer system is used in most Honda
    ignition switches, which simply put, means that
    two halves of a wafer are joined and attached.
    Sensitive to dust and debris, the wafers can get
    dirty quickly and become eroded, while the key
    can also damage the ignition over time, as it
    shaves a microscopic amount off each time it
    enters the ignition.

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  • As the wafers become worn, youll doubtless find
    yourself jiggling the key around in the ignition
    to try and get it to turn, which in itself can
    cause further damage.
  • Which Honda models are most at risk?
  • There are some models of Honda that are more
    prone to experiencing problems with the ignition,
    and these are the Civic, Pilot, Accord, CR-V,
    Odyssey and Element.
  • Do you always need to replace the ignition?
  • Take your Honda to a dealership and theyll
    probably advise you to replace the ignition
    switch and all the locks on your car.

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  • While repairing your Honda ignition may be
    possible, many will not take the time to do this
    as its simpler quicker and easier for them to
    replace every lock on your car.
  • So, what can you do if you dont want to spend a
    small fortune getting your car towed to a Honda
    dealership and get the ignition replaced?
  • Call up your local, trusted locksmith
  • Many professional locksmith services are
    available around the clock, meaning that they are
    almost always there when you need them, no matter
    what time of the day your Honda ignition fails
    you.

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  • The locksmith will come to your location at a
    cost that is often around half that of the
    dealership, and theyll pull the ignition switch
    and replace the worn wafers with a brand new one.
    They will also often take the time to clean and
    lubricate your ignition switch and put new
    springs in as well.
  • Should your key have become damaged by the worn
    wafers, too, a licensed locksmith will be able to
    make you a new set of keys and the whole job will
    still have cost a lot less than that of a Honda
    dealership.
  • So, the next time your Honda ignition needs
    repairing, make a trusted, licensed locksmith
    your first port of call and save yourself a whole
    lot of time and money.

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  • Golden Locks Inc is a local locksmith company
    with years of experience and trained staff
    skilled in emergency locksmith services for both
    residential and commercial clients. We also
    specialize in honda ignition repair in huntington
    beach and automotive lock repair services for
    cars, bikes and trucks and installation,
    servicing and repair of high quality security
    systems, access control systems and CCTV systems.
    If you are looking for a trusted locksmith in OC,
    call us at (714) 841-0141.
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