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AUDI A3 TRANSPONDER FLIP KEY FOB CIRCUIT BOARD REMOVAL

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by DANO80, Jan 15, 2012.

  1. DANO80
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    [Jan 15, 2012]
    I have recently purchased a new fob key case as the original has broken. I can remove the battery holder, battery and key from the original case but having problems removing the circuit board (I don't want to break it). There are two gold pins/screws either side that I cannot remove. Can anyone help? Some pictures below

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    [Jul 24, 2012]
    Did you find out how to remove the PCB ? I am trying to do the same thing right now and I am having a hell of a time.

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    [Jul 24, 2012]
    i had the same issue , in the end i just used the old bottom half of my key u can replace the front part that u press that comes out nice and easy so it looks nice and new too
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    Danio AUDI-MANIACS.COM

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    [Jul 24, 2012]
    Just use a good grip pliers and pull it up. There is no glue whatsoever, just sits on a plastic hole.
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    [Jul 24, 2012]
    Nice and easy, I done mine a few weeks back. It just pops out. But don't forget to get the transponder chip out from the top of the old fob, otherwise the car won't start. I found this the hardest bit, just undo the screw on the back of the fob and you will see it, be careful as obviously this is what makes the car run
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