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                           motorcycle key code

Most all original keys or locks have a number stamped on it like 4JSB00, C34278, or 8001.
Those numbers/letters are called key codes.
Finding the key code can be a challenge sometimes.
It can be stamped on the keys, sometimes on the lock, sometimes it's not on the motorcycle at all. Sometimes it's in the owner's manual or on other documents that would have been provided to the original owner.
Keep in mind that keys often have other numbers besides codes on them, locks have part numbers on them that have nothing to do with the code, and just because someone wrote a number down in the manual doesn't mean it's the key code.
If you want your key cut by code fill in the key code box, we can suggest places to look based on your manufacturer, year and model type.
A few are listed below.
There is also an online Motorcycle Key Blank Reference Guide you can use.

Where to find your Code Number ?

Honda:
Honda placed code numbers on almost all of its lock cylinders.
Where to look:
*under the gas cap
*On the black plastic housing on the butt end of the Ignition cylinder (close to where the harness meets the cylinder) Hint: I use a small mirror and a flashlight
*Stamped on the back side of the Helmet lock
-- Hint: Removal is generally very easy
*Stamped on the seat lock
Your code number will be a 3 to 8 digit alpha numeric (letters and numbers) code.

Yamaha:
Where to look:
*Paper tag under Ignition housing
*Stamped on the back side of the Helmet lock-- Hint: Removal is generally very easy
*Seat lock
Note: My book says that there were no codes on Yamaha past 1990. I still find codes on over half the 1990 and up bikes. No codes? Call dealer with VIN to obtain code.
Your code will be a letter followed by 5 numbers--or a 4 digit number. If unsure email me.

Suzuki:
Where to look:
*under Ignition housing
*Stamped on the back side of the Helmet lock
-- Hint: Removal is generally very easy
*Seat lock
Note: My book says that there were no codes on Suzuki. I still find codes on over half the bikes. No codes? Call dealer with VIN to obtain code.

Kawasaki:
Where to look:
*On Ignition housing
*Stamped on the back side of the Helmet lock
-- Hint: Removal is generally very easy
*Seat lock
*Fork lock housing
*Call dealer with VIN to obtain code.


We can not determine key codes or cut keys based on the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number).

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