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Old 08-02-2014, 10:26 PM   #1
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Locks on both doors.

Iv got a '06 Civic and i recently had the ignition done ($600) at Honda. Since iv owned the car the driver door has had lock issues, had it re-coded once before and within 2 months its dead again. only have the passenger door to get in and Im worried about the passenger. (trunk key hole screwed to) I don't think Im the only one whose had this problem. Is there a cheaper way to have the new ignition key coded to new lock cylinders for the doors? Honda quotes me $350 for both doors. plus another $90 for the trunk. Any one converted to manual to power locks?
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