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Post Re: Getting a Spare Key Made???
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1st of all, to those that asked, I bought it used and only got 1 key.

2ndly, I was on my way to the dealer a few minutes ago to just buy the set of keys. $40 really is pretty cheap for the set and the cylinder. Then I realized that there was a problem. I stopped on the way and got some gas. :doh:

If I get a new set of keys, how will I open the gas cap? :confused:


The keys are already precut? they shouldnt be unless they come with a new ignition as well and not just the security cover.

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The keys are already precut? they shouldnt be unless they come with a new ignition as well and not just the security cover.

They'll be precut if you order them by the key tag code. I don't think that code is there just for the switch cover magnet.


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I use a plastic putty knife to slide between the panels to release the plastic tabs without the risk of having my finger cut off :mmmhmm: .
I think theirs only a hand full of us that remember that thread. Ohhh the Drama........ :gonk:

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. go get some hid's and make it worth while to take the front off


Might as well :cheers:

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Shoxg wrote:
The keys are already precut? they shouldnt be unless they come with a new ignition as well and not just the security cover.

They'll be precut if you order them by the key tag code. I don't think that code is there just for the switch cover magnet.


Thats what I was thinking. So if thats the case then opening the gas tank shouldnt be an issue because he would need to get the keys cut to his ignition/gas cap anyway right?

The only issue remaining would be magnet matching.

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johnysmokes wrote:
Shoxg wrote:
The keys are already precut? they shouldnt be unless they come with a new ignition as well and not just the security cover.

They'll be precut if you order them by the key tag code. I don't think that code is there just for the switch cover magnet.


Thats what I was thinking. So if thats the case then opening the gas tank shouldnt be an issue because he would need to get the keys cut to his ignition/gas cap anyway right?

The only issue remaining would be magnet matching.

They new keys will have the correct magnet when they are made with the proper key code ( or vin# if it can be cross referenced.) If the vin# can't be crossed to the key code (since he doesn't have the key code) then he'll have to switch out the keys and all locks as a set.

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Post Re: Getting a Spare Key Made???
Are you guys dissin' the FG ??
He's right here today ... maybe he'll pipe in about loosing his keys.
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I think theres only a handful of us that remember that thread. Ohhh the Drama........ :gonk:

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I use a plastic putty knife to slide between the panels to release the plastic tabs without the risk of having my finger cut off :mmmhmm: .

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Post Re: Getting a Spare Key Made???
Well I decided to go ahead and get the spare keys. They told me it was about $40 but when they rang it up it was only $24.97!

As you can see in the pictures it is just the faceplate. The actual cylinder stays put. Since I had my old key they just cut it the same as the old one so there won't be any problems with the ignition or the gas cap.

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Cool :cheers:
That makes sense from the standpoint of shipping and stocking parts. It's probably much cheaper to have matched sets of blanks and bezels in the system than to have every combination of key blank and every bezel separately.

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My keys came with a little metal tag with one letter followed by three numbers. The owners's manual says that's to order replacement keys.

I would think a dealer would have a way to find that code with your vin. Image


Probably not. That would lead to too many stolen Zumas getting new keys supplied by Yamaha!

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I guess not, seeing what the OP went through. Hang onto your keys, guys!


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Post Re: Getting a Spare Key Made???
Can I get the part number off the bag that it came in?

I want to order the exact same thing.

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Can I get the part number off the bag that it came in?

I want to order the exact same thing.



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Post Re: Getting a Spare Key Made???
The go to guy for keys (even the chiped ones) is, http://www.allmotorcyclekeys.com/products.php?cat=24
About 1/3rd the price of anywhere else an a great guy to deal with. My local locksmith tried to rip me off.
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Post Re: Getting a Spare Key Made???
If they gave you a manual with it there should be a key code in the manual for that bike. From what i undestand Yamaha dealers are required to do this. My dealer wrote the key number in the manual and gave me the numbered tab as well. You will need that number so you can give it to the dealer and they will order the exact key with magnetic code for your tank and switch and lock cover. if you can get a key that will open your switch it will open the tank as well however you will still need the code so it opens the lock and starts. It will not start without the key being programmed. THe "number" on the magnet of our zuma keys is only the magnet design to unlock the switch cover. the key "IS" programmed to function with the ignition. If you look on the side of your key you will see a black circle/dot thingy, this is where the chip is inserted to the key and the dealer is the only one that can do this and will need a vin to program it and thats where it gets pricey. With out that you will only be able to use it to open the gas tank, seat and switch, and if the magnet is the same the switch cover as well. According to my salesman, it will be about 100 bucks to program the key to the ignition. Hope this helps.

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