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Old 24-09-13, 06:56 PM   #1
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Hello Everyone

Can someone please let me know how to remove and refit the key in the Key Fob on the 407. Never done this before.

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Old 24-09-13, 07:05 PM   #2
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Just changed mine takes a bit of messing about but easy enough
yes not a 407 key but its the same way


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It's exactly like the video - knock out the pin, swap blade, knock pin back in.
Insides are even easier to swap.
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Old 24-09-13, 10:15 PM   #4
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Yep easy. Takes a minute at the most. Don't go messing with the flick mechanism, you don't need to.
When I did mine I used a small drill bit and a heavy handled screwdriver.
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Agreed. Tried to fix the flip mechanism and made it much worse!
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Many thanks to all.

Will do that tomorrow.


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Old 25-09-13, 09:06 PM   #7
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On mine I found the little peg only tapped out one way. As in it was tapered.
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Yeah - buttons up from memory, although it's been a few months since I did it.

EDIT- buttons up for putting it back in, buttons down for knocking it out. Again, I think.
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just remember you might need to file down the end of the new blade a bit to fit into the old blade socket
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Old 03-10-13, 04:01 PM   #10
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Default Ok, I did it.

The battery is on the circuit board.

Filed the original key as advised, reassembled.

The key fob circuit will not open the door. Alarm goes on.

Have to use the spare key.

What may be wrong, please.

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