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Old 07-02-13, 04:54 PM   #1
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We have recently purchased a 1007, but both key fob blades are loose. I have opened up the remote, and found how the system works, ie a short spring located under the chrome button is put in place under tension, for the blade to retract into the remote body. The problem arises when you try to replace the cover of the remote, and keeping the spring in place.
I would be grateful for any advice.
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Both of mine for my 407 are knackered. They are a poor design, they actually have them on Amazon if you are looking for replacements.
HQRP Folding Flip Key FOB Shell Remote Case w: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics HQRP Folding Flip Key FOB Shell Remote Case w: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics

I think at that price I'll give one a go.
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Make sure when opening any key watch for separate transponder falling out


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Many thanks for your replies, but it is actually a Peugeot 1007 I have,! , not a 407. I'm not sure if you were referring to all Peugeot key fobs.
I have looked on Amazon as someone suggested, but I guess the 1007 is not as common, they don't seem to keep them.
As stated in my original post, I can get the spring in place, but the problem is getting the top of the case back into place, whilst keeping the spring in place.:
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Does your fob look like this
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I thought the one I posted was a multi Peugeot model jobbie. Did it not include the 1007?
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I thought the one I posted was a multi Peugeot model jobbie. Did it not include the 1007?
nope everything but
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I have a Peugeot 1007 and both of my key fobs fell apart last year, i managed to sellotape one together temporarily but I needed a new one, contacted a Peugeot dealership and I had to purchase a key through them and then have it connected to the car, it cost 156 for the key and 100 for them to have the car for an hour to connect it to the car, now I only have 1 key to my car, as they are so expensive and I treat it very carefully, I've also taken out key cover with my car insurance company too in case it happens again.
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I am having the same problems with my 1007 keys.Did you have any luck solving the problem? any help you can pass on would be appreciated.
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