In November 2011, we was stranded out of state on a Sunday because neither of our ignition keys would go into the 2005 Honda Pilot ignition. The car was towed to my dealer and it was a battle to get the problem resolved.
Corporate not only did not want to pay for the repair, they insisted the Pilot had been broken into. Honda finally did authorize the dealer to re key the ignition at no cost to us.
Honda's solution was to re-key the ignition only. We have a key to open the doors and another to start the car.
Now, because the remotes on both keys gave out long ago, we have to insert the keys into the doors. The door locks are becoming resistant to the keys. We are forced to walk around to the passenger side, hoping that lock will accept the door key. if not we have to walk to the tailgate and unlock the car from there.
Honda assured us this would not happen when they refused to re key the doors and give us two new remotes. it has happened and some dark night I will be stranded with out access to my car.