Land Rover 2 Button Modified Flip Remote Key Case
This high quality replacement key fob is suitable for the RANGE ROVER P38 as well as other vehicles
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If your existing key fob has suffered broken or worn buttons, flip mechanism failure or perhaps excessive marks or scratches then perhaps its time to replace the key case. By replacing the key case you can bring new life back to a worn fob that's taken more than its fair share of wear and tear inside your pockets! And it couldn't be simpler, just transfer over the existing circuit board and battery connector across. If you want you can swap over your existing key blade or you can have a new one cut at your local keysmiths. This inexpensive fix is ideal for those who don't want their key fob to look old and worn. This case is suitable key fob replacement case for Range Rover P38 If your key fob looks similar then this is most likely the replacement case for you. If you buy and find the case to be the wrong size then you can return within 14 days for a full refund
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General Advice and Tips for Replacing your Key Case
Here are some general tips to follow whilst replacing your key case:
Always work on a clean flat area preferably with a white background and good lighting. Because car keys contain small parts it is important to be able to see any parts that may fall out.
Double check for any screws. If you are applying pressure and the key is not coming apart check for screws. Sometimes they can be hidden behind the manufacturers badge.
Be careful with any tools you are using. If you are using a tool to pry the case apart be careful not to injury yourself.
DON’T throw your old case away until you have tested that the new key works. If you try the new key and the car won’t start it means you have not transferred over the transponder immobiliser chip. Sometimes this chip is not on the main circuit board. If this is the case hold the old key close to the vehicle as well as the new one. It should now start. You will now have to carefully look for the transponder chip.
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