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Old 02-07-2012, 11:45 PM
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Info on recoding a used key & remote inside's

I decided to open up a used key I bought .
I will post pics to show you a common
problem with some of your buttons
not working . I will also point out the chip
you need to change so you can have the
key / remote Re-Coded for your car .
1st pic - button that broke loose from sauder .
2nd pic - spot button belongs
3rd & 4th pic - housing
5th pic - chip you need to replace so you can have a used key Re-Coded

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