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Old 20-06-13, 07:49 PM   #1
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I have broken a KeyFob and was looking for a replacement. I contacted the main stealers and the want over 160.

I have the circuit board and key.

Is there a cheaper way to obtain a spare?

Thanks in advance.
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Have you search eBay for a fob?

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There are fobs on eBay with blank keys.

Just want to know if this is the best route? What do I need for the key to be cut and can I just put my board in it?
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There are fobs on eBay with blank keys.

Just want to know if this is the best route? What do I need for the key to be cut and can I just put my board in it?
You can buy a second hand key fob and swap the board and blades
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Is it easy to do? Looking at the old one it appears spring load?
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Is it easy to do? Looking at the old one it appears spring load?
It's fairly easy..
From the old one, you remove the blade by pushing the pin out, and you remove the circuit board and fit both in the new fob
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Old 21-06-13, 06:24 PM   #7
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Just replaced mine with a key repair kit off Ebay for 99p. The screw on the back is a Torx T8.

Key just slides out.

Open the case with a big flat screwdriver or a coin.

Swap insides and reassemble.
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Just replaced mine with a key repair kit off Ebay for 99p. The screw on the back is a Torx T8.

Key just slides out.

Open the case with a big flat screwdriver or a coin.

Swap insides and reassemble.
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