Oh my god! I have such a serious problem. I live in the Northwest Territories and I have lost my last key for my 2005 Honda Element... just last night. I'm told the car can't be started without the ch

Asked by Jun 25, 2012 at 01:26 AM about the 2005 Honda Element

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All I know is you'll have to stop down at your local Honda dealer. After you get a new Master key, get a minimum of 2 more copies. Make sure you have a copy of ownership and your VIN number with you.

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You might want to contact Honda.com and see if they can help. If you bought your Honda new or used at a dealership, you may be able to contact them for your key code (I keep a copy of mine in my wallet - in code so someone else might not be able to figure it out if my wallet is stolen). If you have your key code, Honda might be able to tell you if it can FedEx'ed to you. I cut and pasted contact info from their site here for you. If all else fails, you might contact a locksmith. Good Luck! Honda America -Contact Us For further assistance, feel free to contact Honda Automobile Customer Service. Business hours are Monday through Friday, 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Pacific Time. Honda Customer Service can now be reached via Twitter at: @HondaCustSvc By Phone At our toll-free number: 1-800-999-1009 By Fax (310) 783-3023 (24 Hours)

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