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1989 Honda 4Trax key lost

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Sorry if this post is repeated but I could not find any search feature on this forum to look for an answer to my dilemma.

After 22 years, I finally lost my 2nd key to my 4 wheeler and I am jumping thru hoops to try to get another key made. The wiring diagram looks simple enough. Does anybody know if it is as simple as hooking those wires up to a toggle switch DPST? The wires seem to go into

a connector box that the manual says is where you are suppose to disconnect the wires. However, it appears as though I would need to remove the front fender and rack to get at this connector box. Thats not going to happen. Every bolt is rusted tight. So that is what led me to think about just a couple of switches. Not worried about security, just getting it running so I can use it for hunting again. Please help!

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I think if you take the serial/vin number to the dealer, they can get you another key.

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you can also call a lock smith and see what they would charge to make a key ... i did it on a motorcycle that i lost the key when out on a long distance ride ... they only charged me about 25 buks ...

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