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Old 11-10-17, 08:50 AM   #1
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Got an 07 GT coming at weekend and the keys have seen better days. I've been looking at replacements online and wondered if its just a straight swap over of internals and having the new blade cut or is there more to it ?

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Got an 07 GT coming at weekend and the keys have seen better days. I've been looking at replacements online and wondered if its just a straight swap over of internals and having the new blade cut or is there more to it ?

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if its flip type key then just swap internals (make sure you get correct case with or without battery holder) and then knock the pin out and swap the blade over (you may need to file a tiny bit off your blade so it fits in new case)
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Cheers and its a flip one. I'll wait until its here and see which case to get.
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i had to drill the hole in the new blade just a tad bigger, fiddely little job just be careful not to drop the pin.
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i had to drill the hole in the new blade just a tad bigger, fiddely little job just be careful not to drop the pin.
i can get them in without doing that
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Old 14-10-17, 01:28 PM   #6
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The full key will cost you about 2.59 off ebay, it wont have the lion on the back (again on ebay for not much cash).
You can get the blade cut at your local Timpson etc or just do what I did and swap the pads over
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The full key will cost you about 2.59 off ebay, it wont have the lion on the back (again on ebay for not much cash).
You can get the blade cut at your local Timpson etc or just do what I did and swap the pads over
Timpsons in Reading area straight up refused to cut my keys "in case they damage their machine"
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Timpsons in Reading area straight up refused to cut my keys "in case they damage their machine"
Yep that's correct it will blunt the cutting blade, just swap the blade from the old key
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