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Any one have any tricks for this?

Dumbass me locked my key in my passenger seat and now I cant get into it...lol anyone know any way to unlock the seat? I only had one key.
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Brutal. Locksmith might be your best bet unless you're handy with picking locks.

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Ah shoot. Man that sucks is it a cowl or seat. Is it a single key or ? Best bet to get a locksmith as stated.


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What about unscrewing your main seat and trying to get a grabber up in there

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Isn't there a cable connected from the key lock to the unlocked mechanism?

Or get a magnet and try to move it around to somewhere more accessible?

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When you eventually do fish your key back out, this is a great time to get a copy made. :D

I had to go to a Honda Powersports dealer though, normal key cutting machines usually don't cut the kind of key that we use. Was still cheap though.

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Well, it's not really reasonable, but if you're really desperate you could cut a hole in the battery tray...

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This happened to my cousin last summer. As stated above there's a cable going from the key hole to a latch that latches your seat down. We just straightened a hanger and made a hook on one end and fished around till we found the latch and pulled. The seat popped right off. Hope this helps.
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Passenger seat is probably the easiest thing to break into, flat head screw driver is all you need, I could make a video later, but I wouldn't leave it up long

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BREW I can't exactly make out what year your bike is, I'm going with an '05? Heres a link to a rear seat schematic:

http://www.hondaparts-direct.com/fic...05&fveh=132360

Not the best picture, but it gives you an idea of where this cable runs. Good luck!

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^^ looks like he has a 03-04

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hahah OOHHh man that sucks, interested to hear about what you did about it tho..
Bridge Jumper do you still have those honda blanks?
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hahah OOHHh man that sucks, interested to hear about what you did about it tho..
Bridge Jumper do you still have those honda blanks?
yes sir i do

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thanks for all the input guys! lol I got to my key I just pulled up on the seat and used a magnet to fish out the key.. Wasn't pretty but it worked without any damage! definitely making a few spares!!
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First thing I did was make a spare lol hell of a time finding people to cut it don't know why no one wanted to touch my blank it was a 5 second job and cost me 2$
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