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Acura / Honda  KEYS

  Many of the key blank listings o

Many of the key blank listings on this website are linked to a table containing cross-reference information and photographs.
ILCO is an aftermarket  manufacturer of key blanks.
STRATTEC is an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) of key blanks for many automobile manufacturers. 
STRATTEC makes many remote headed key blanks that ILCO and others do not make.
Some of the links under the ILCO column may link to and display photographs of keys actually manufactured by STRATTEC or others. Any time a key blank reference is made in
RED that is an indication that it is an OEM Part Number and it is typically available only from a dealer or possibly used from another source.

GM VATS keys contain a resistor pellet valued numerically at #1 - #15.
You must use the correct value resistor for your car or it will not start or run.

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HONDA / ACURA General notes and Emergency Starting Procedures

 

 

ACURA VEHICLES

Manufacturer   make   System Program    make   add  ILCO   Strattec Alternate   TRANS
Year(s) Model first   transponder   dup   add'l        key blank        ID
    key   First Key    key   key       numbers    
************* **************************** ***** *********************************** ************   *****   ****** ************   **************** ****************   *******
Acura   1st   Pgrm Car   Dup   Add  ILCO    Strat. Alternate        ID
1999-04 CL yes   RW2   yes   yes HD106PT5   692057     13
1999-04 CL yes   SDD+P   yes   yes HD106PT   692246     13
2006-11 CSX (canada)                HO03-PT         46
2000-01 Integra yes   RW2   yes   yes HD106PT5   692057     13
2000-01 Integra yes   SDD+P   yes   yes HD106PT   692246     13
2001-06 MDX  yes 2B, 3 RW2   yes   yes HD106PT5   692057     13
2001-06 MDX  yes 2B, 3 SDD+P   yes   yes HD106PT   692246     13
2007-12 MDX    7,8 (CAN)           HO03-PT         46
1997-05 NSX  yes   RW2   yes   yes HD106PT5   692057     13
1997-05 NSX  yes   SDD+P   yes   yes HD106PT   692246     13
2007-12 RDX   7,8 (CAN)           HO03-PT         46
1997-04 RL 3.2 yes Type2 RW2   yes   yes HD106PT5   692057     13
1997-04 RL 3.2 yes Type2 SDD+P   yes   yes HD106PT   692246     13
1997-04 RL 3.5    Type 1 FLASH   yes   yes HD106PT5   692057     13
1997-04 RL 3.5    Type 1 FLASH   yes   yes HD106PT   692246     13
2005-11 RL yes   SDD   yes   yes HD111-PT         46
2002-06 RSX  yes   RW2   yes   yes HD106PT5   692057     13
2002-06 RSX  yes   SDD+P   yes   yes HD106PT   692246     13
1999-03 TL 3.2 yes Type2 RW2   yes   yes HD106PT5   692057     13
1999-03 TL 3.2 yes Type2 SDD+P   yes   yes HD106PT   692246     13
1999-03 TL 3.5 yes Type 1 FLASH   yes   yes HD106PT5   692057     13
1999-03 TL 3.5 yes Type 1 FLASH   yes   yes HD106PT   692246     13
2004-06 TL  yes Type 4 SDD   yes   yes HD111-PT         46
2007-08 TL    Type 11 (CAN) SDD         HO03-PT         46
2009-12 TL    Type 13 (CAN) SDD         HO03-PT         46
2004-06 TSX yes Type 4 SDD   yes   yes HD111-PT         46
2007-08 TSX   Type 11 (CAN) SDD         HO03-PT         46
2009-12 TSX   Type 13 (CAN) SDD         HO03-PT         46
2010-12 ZDX               HO03-PT         46
                             

 

 

 

HONDA VEHICLES

Manufacturer   make   System Program  make   add  ILCO   Strattec Alternate   TRANS
Year(s) Model first   transponder dup   add'l        key blank        ID
    key   First Key  key   key       numbers    
************* **************************** ***** *********************************** ************ *****   ****** ************   **************** ****************   *******
Honda   1st   Pgrm Car   Dup   Add  ILCO    Strat. Alternate    ID
1998-02 Accord  yes Type 2A, 2C SDD   yes   yes HD106PT   692246     13
1998-02 Accord  yes Type 2A, 2C clonable RW2   yes   yes HD106PT5   692057      
2003-08 Accord  yes Type 4   "V" SDD   yes   yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2008-11 Accord  yes Type 13 CAN   "V" SDD   yes   yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2010-11 Accord CrossTour yes Type 13 CAN   "V" SDD   yes   yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2001-02 Civic  yes Type 3 SDD   yes   yes HD106PT   692246     13
2001-02 Civic  yes Type 3  clonable RW2   yes   yes HD106PT5   692057      
2003-05 Civic  yes Type 3 SDD   yes   yes HO01PT   692247     13
2003-05 Civic  yes Type 3  clonable RW2   yes   yes HO01PT5   692082      
2006-11 Civic  yes Type 7 or 8 CAN   "V" SDD       yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2002-06 CRV  yes Type 3 SDD   yes   yes HO01PT   692247     13
2002-06 CRV  yes Type 3  clonable RW2   yes   yes HO01PT5   692082      
2007-12 CRV  yes Type 10 CAN   "V" SDD       yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2011-12 CR-Z yes Type 10 CAN   "V" SDD       yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2003-05 Element  yes Type 3 SDD   yes   yes HO01PT   692247     13
2003-05 Element  yes Type 3 RW2   yes   yes HO01PT5   692082      
2006 Element  yes Type 4   "V" SDD   yes   yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2007-11 Element  yes Type 11 CAN   "V" SDD       yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2007-08 FIT yes Type ?  CAN  "H" SDD   yes   yes HD113-PT   5907552      
2007-08 FIT yes Type 9  CAN  "V" SDD   yes   yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2008-09 FIT yes Type 10 or 11  CAN  "V" SDD   yes   yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2010 FIT yes Type 10  CAN  "V" SDD   yes   yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2000-06  Insight  yes Type 2A SDD   yes   yes HD106PT   692246     13
2000-03  Insight  yes Type 2A clonable RW2   yes   yes HD106PT5   692057      
2010 Insight  yes Type 10 CAN   "V" SDD   yes   yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2011 Odyessy  yes Type 13 CAN   "V" yes   yes   yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2007-10 Odyessy  yes Type 11 CAN   "V" SDD       yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2005-06 Odyessy  yes Type 4   "V" yes   yes   yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2003-04 Odyessy  yes Type 2B or 3 SDD   yes   yes HO01PT   692247     13
2003-04 Odyessy  yes Type 2B or 3 clonable RW2   yes   yes HO01PT5   692082      
1998-02 Odyessy  yes Type 2A SDD   yes   yes HD106PT   692246     13
1998-02 Odyessy  yes Type 2A clonable RW2   yes   yes HD106PT5   692057      
2003-05 Pilot  yes Type 2B  SDD   yes   yes HO01PT   692247     13
2003-05 Pilot  yes Type 2B  clonable RW2   yes   yes HO01PT5   692082      
2006-08 Pilot  yes Type 4   "V" SDD   yes   yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2009-12 Pilot  yes Type 13 CAN   "V" SDD   yes   yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
1997-02  Prelude  yes Type 1A SDD   yes   yes HD106PT   692246     13
1997-02  Prelude  yes Type 1A Clonable RW2   yes   yes HD106PT5   692057      
2005-08 Ridgeline yes Type 4   "V" SDD   yes   yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2009-11 Ridgeline yes Type 11 CAN   "V" SDD       yes HO03-PT   5907553     46
2000-2005 S2000   yes Type 2A, 2B, or 3 SDD   yes   yes HD106PT   692246     13
2000-2005 S2000   yes Type 2A, 2B, or 3 clone RW2   yes   yes HD106PT5   692057      
2006-09 S2000   yes Type 9 or 11 CAN "V" SDD   yes   yes HO03-PT   5907553     46

 

 

ACURA / HONDA KEYS

ILCO STRATTEC Description Photos
HD106-PT 692246 Honda Transponder Key

Use HD103 as test key

HD106-PT5 692057 Same as above but re-writable

or Cloneable

HO03-PT

HD112-PT

5907553 Honda / Acura High Security

transponder key.

"V" Transponder chip

HD111-PT    

HD113-PT 5907552  

HO01-PT 692247 High Security Honda/Acura
transponder key

Fixed Code

 

HO01-PT5 692082 High Security Honda/Acura
transponder key

Fixed Code

Clonable - Read/Write

 

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 Honda / Acura General Notes and Emergency Starting Procedures

ACURA   VEHICLES - GENERAL NOTES

1. Any Acura CL, RL or TL that has a 3.5L engine is a Type 1 Honda/Acura product.
When originating new keys for a vehicle in which all existing keys have been lost, a new ECU must be installed*.
Once installed, TKO owners will be capable of originating new keys for these vehicles.
2. Any Acura CL, RL or TL that has a 3.2L engine is a Type 2 Honda/Acura product. These vehicles do not need to have their ECU replaced when all keys have been lost and new keys need to be originated.
3. Acura’s that contain Type 3 & 4 modules can be programmed by using the TKO and the standard OBDII cable D922876ZR. No additional hardware or software is required.
4. TKO owners must be aware that Ilco HD106-PT5 and HO01-PT5 keys cannot be added to Acura vehicles with the TKO unless they are pre-coded by way of the RW2, RW3, RW4 device. This function is only available on the RW2 with version 23.0 software. Pre-coded Acura blanks; HD106-PT and HO01-PT are now available from Ilco.

* It is possible to FLASH the Honda / Acura ECU to accept new keys.
Locksmith Charley can perform this flashing operation on-scene.


 

 

ACURA EMERGENCY ENGINE START PROCEDURE: (CL, TL & INTEGRA)

1. Make a mechanical key that will work the ignition lock cylinder.
2. Have the customer get the “Immobilizer Brake Code” from the dealer or Honda Customer Relations. You will need the Vehicle Identification Number. This is a five digit number code. Each car has a different “Immobilizer Brake Code” since they are VIN specific.
3. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II).
4. Have the BRAKE CODE in front of you. To enter the first number of the BRAKE CODE, press and release the brake pedal the same number of times as the first number in the BRAKE CODE. For example if the first number in the BRAKE CODE is a 2, press and release the brake pedal 2 times.
5. Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position.
6. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 2nd number in the BRAKE CODE.
7. Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position.
8. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 3rd number in the BRAKE CODE.
9. Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position.
10. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 4th number in the BRAKE CODE.
11. Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position.
12. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 5th number in the BRAKE CODE.
13. Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position.
14. After entering the 5th number, the Immobilizer Indicator light on the dash should flash 5 times and then shut off. The car should now start. This procedure must be repeated each time you turn off the car for more than 10 minutes. The Immobilizer System indicator will remain on while the engine is running.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If the customer finds his/her keys or drives home to get them, they cannot use them until the vehicle has been turned off for more than 10 minutes.


ACURA EMERGENCY ENGINE START PROCEDURE: (3.5RL & NSX)

1. Make a mechanical key that will work the ignition lock cylinder.
2. Have the customer get the “Immobilizer Brake Code” from the dealer or Cross Country Motor Club at 1-800-594-8500, you will need the Vehicle Identification Number. This is a five digit number code. Each car has a different “Immobilizer Brake Code” since they are VIN specific.
3. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II).
4. Have the BRAKE CODE in front of you. To enter the first number of the BRAKE CODE, press and release the Parking Brake the same number of times as the first number in the BRAKE CODE. For example, if the first number in the BRAKE CODE is a 2, press and release the Parking Brake 2 times.
5. Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position.
6. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 2nd number in the BRAKE CODE.
7. Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position.
8. Within 30 seconds turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 3rd number in the BRAKE CODE.
9. Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position.
10. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 4th number in the BRAKE CODE.
11. Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position.
12. Within 0 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 5h number in the BRAKE CODE.
13. Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position.
14. After entering the 5th number, the Immobilizer Indicator light on the dash should flash 5 times and then shut off. The car should now start. This procedure must be repeated each time you turn off the car for more than 10 minutes.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If the customer finds his/her keys or drives home to get them, they cannot use them until the vehicle has been turned off for more than 10 minutes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

HONDA  VEHICLES - GENERAL NOTES        (2001 CIVIC BELOW)

1. All Honda Preludes (1997-01) use a Type 1 Honda module. When originating new keys for a vehicle in which all existing keys have been lost, a new ECU must be installed*.
Once installed, TKO owners will be capable of originating new keys for these vehicles.
2. All Honda’s using Type 2 or 3 modules can be programmed with the TKO and the D922876ZR OBDII cable. No additional hardware is required for these vehicles.
3. The 2003-04 Honda Accord is not compatible with the Ilco HO01-PT transponder key. These vehicles require the Honda original key available through Honda only. The original Honda key can be programmed with the TKO tool.
4. TKO owners must be aware that Ilco HD106-PT5 and HO01-PT5 keys cannot be added to Honda vehicles with the TKO, unless they are pre-coded by way of the RW2 device. This function is only available on the RW2 with version 23.0 software. Pre-coded Honda blanks; HD106-PT and HO01-PT are available from Ilco.

* It is possible to FLASH the Honda / Acura ECU to accept new keys.
Locksmith Charley can perform this flashing operation on-scene.

 

 

EMERGENCY START PROCEDURES FOR HONDA

1. Make a mechanical key that will work the ignition lock cylinder.
2. Have the customer get the “BRAKE CODE” from the dealer or Honda Customer Relations, you will need the Vehicle Identification Number. This is a five digit number code. Each car has a different “BRAKE CODE’ since they are VIN specific.
3. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II).
4. Have the BRAKE CODE in front of you. To enter the first number of the BRAKE CODE, set and release the emergency brake the same number of times as the first number in the BRAKE CODE. For example, if the first number in the BRAKE CODE is a 2, set and release the emergency brake 2 times.
5. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position (0).
6. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 2nd number in the BRAKE CODE.
7. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position (0).
8. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 3rd number in the BRAKE CODE.
9. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position (0).
10. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 4th number in the BRAKE CODE.
11. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position (0).
12. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 5th number in the BRAKE CODE.
13. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position (0).
14. After entering the 5th number, the Immobilizer Indicator light on the dash should flash 5 times and then shut off. The car should now start. This procedure must be repeated each time you turn off the car for more than 10 minutes.
EMERGENCY START PROCEDURES FOR HONDA (ACCORD, INSIGHT, ODYSSEY & S2000)
1. Make a mechanical key that will work the ignition lock cylinder.
2. Have the customer get the “IMMOBILIZER BRAKE CODE” from the dealer or Honda Customer Relations, you will need the Vehicle Identification Number. This is a five digit number code. Each car has a different “BRAKE CODE” since they are VIN specific.
3. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II).
4. Have the BRAKE CODE in front of you. To enter the first number of the BRAKE CODE, press and
release the brake pedal the same number of times as the first number in the BRAKE CODE. For example if the first number in the BRAKE CODE is a 2, press and release the brake pedal 2 times.
5. Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position.
6. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 2nd number in the BRAKE CODE.
7. Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position.
8. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 3rd number in the BRAKE CODE.
9. Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position.
10. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 4th number in the BRAKE CODE.
11. Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position.
12. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 5th number in the BRAKE CODE.
13. Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position.
14. After entering the 5th number, the Immobilizer Indicator light on the dash should flash 5 times and then shut off. The car should now start. This procedure must be repeated each time you turn off the car for more than 10 minutes.

 


EMERGENCY START PROCEDURE (2001 CIVIC)

1. Make a mechanical key that will work the ignition lock cylinder.
2. Have the customer get the“BRAKE CODE” from the dealer or Honda Customer Relations, you will need the Vehicle Identification Number. This is a five digit number code. Each car has a different “BRAKE CODE” since they are VIN specific.
3. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II).
4. Have the BRAKE CODE in front of you. To enter the first number of the BRAKE CODE, set and release the emergency brake the same number of times as the first number in the BRAKE CODE. For example if the first number in the BRAKE CODE is a 2, set and release the emergency brake 2 times.
5. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position (0).
6. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 2nd number in the BRAKE CODE.
7. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position (0).
8. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 3rd number in the BRAKE CODE.
9. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position (0).
10. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 4th number in the BRAKE CODE.
11. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position (0).
12. Within 30 seconds, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) and enter the 5th number in the BRAKE CODE.
13. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position (0).
14. After entering the 5th number, the Immobilizer Indicator light on the dash should flash 5 times and then shut off. The car should now start. This procedure must be repeated each time you turn off the car for more than 10 minutes.