My lock/ignition gives me **** from time to time as well. I screw with it enough and it eventually ooperates.
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I am happy it is working with out a doubt but one of the many reasons I choice the Honda cbr250r was because of the reputation of Honda quality so this did upset me. Again I am happy it has fixed itself but I could had lived with out this experience.See? And there you were questioning Honda quality...the darn things fix themselves!
So are you saying your "spare" key is not the extra key you got with the bike, but rather one that you had made? If so, that would explain the whole problem right there. BTW, you should have gotten two keys from the dealer when you took delivery of your bike.... I am also willing to admit, It could had been the spare key which in case it would had nothing to do with Honda quality as well...
No I never had a extra key made. My spare key is one of the two my Honda dealer gave me with my motorcycle.So are you saying your "spare" key is not the extra key you got with the bike, but rather one that you had made? If so, that would explain the whole problem right there. BTW, you should have gotten two keys from the dealer when you took delivery of your bike.
I'm just curious as to how you designated one of them as the spare key?No I never had a extra key made. My spare key is one of the two my Honda dealer gave me with my motorcycle.
I have two different key chains on them. The spare one has a white plastic sleeve with TWIGG CYCLES wrote on it that hangs on the key ring and my regular key that I use has a blue coke bottle opener looking sleeve on the key ring of the regular key. I don't like the white cheap key chain sleeve so I have always used the other one and the one that is the spare just became the spare by choice of me not using it till yesterday for the first time.I'm just curious as to how you designated one of them as the spare key?
I received a key ring from the dealer that had two identical keys on it. No way to know which one was a spare or not. In other words I don't think you can call either of them the spare key, they both should work identically. If you have a problem with one of them, maybe the key was cut improperly, I would take that back to the dealer and have a new key made if that is the case.
Thanks for that. I realize those items need to be watched and replaced over time. I plan to follow the Bikes maintenance schedule as I did with all my cars. I believe that is one reason all the cars I ever have had has lasted for many miles.One thing that needs to be remembered is that motorcycles have a fair number of "wear" items that need to be monitored, tightened/replaced as needed, etc. Cars tend to be more sealed-unit replacement oriented and have longer component lifespans. You got good service from your Hyundai; expect to do far more with the bike. Chains, sprockets, brake pads and fluid, etc. will need tending to, as well as tires and valves.
I think that was a bit of stretched to say neglectedSeems a whole lot of fuss that is fixed by a drop of lubricant.
And cover the keyhole when washing.. all motorcycles do this when neglected.
I think that was a bit of stretched to say neglected
I don't or have ever neglected my motorcycle. These are things new riders don't know and learn as I did, still it shouldn't be that hard IMO. Yes wd40 fixed the problem. Buying know Co worker who have motorcyles and this has never happened
My bikes key will not unlock the bikes ignition. I push down on it and it won't turn right or left.
What can I do to fix this?
I am thinking of spraying wd40 on the key ,should I ?