God damn 16 minute wait. Toyota needs to take after GM with the circle pluses. Easiest shits in the world.
Also fuck Nissan prox fobs too. That is all.
I made a post about this vehicle (17 Honda Civic w/ prox) just the other day regarding me using the wrong tracer on my cutting machine, but I had another issue that I thought another locksmith could shed some light on.
I thought Honda key codes were always the last 4 in the series of characters. On this vehicle, the code was the first four. I realized this when I went back the following day to finish the key that I couldn’t cut due to using the wrong tracer on my mini. I burned a few emergency blanks before I realized it. The last four characters made a valid code for the vehicle. The code was only in one spot on the entire vehicle. Anyone else ever see this?
If you touch the lining of the case behind each catch you will probably feel a hole in the case hidden under the lining. Inside that hole should be a small button or lever. Once that button is pressed or lever moved you should be able to move the dials to a new combination. Release the lever and the new combination will be locked in.
I have an old house and the front door is wonky/out of level.
I ordered a new, un-bored door and need it installed, with updated deadbolt hardware. The jamb will probably need replacement/repair (the level issue and new strike plate mortice) and I may also need a new threshold.
Is this something locksmiths typically do?