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How do you Take the circuit board off the Audi Key

powersurge Jun 12, 2003

  1. powersurge

    powersurge New Member

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    Does anyone have any idea how to take the circuit board off the Audi Switchblade key? There are 2 metal bolts on the board. The board on the VW keys come off easily but the Audi key is being a pain. Any ideas before I bring out the dremel?
     
  2. Audijk

    Audijk New Member

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    I am running into the same issue and wanted to know if you were able to find a solution on how to remove those 2 brass pins?
     
  3. yendall24

    yendall24 Member

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    hi all heres what you do the 2 tiny studs ( gold plated } on the cornners of the circuit board are push fit ie they have a serated shaft which pushes into the plastic case . so you have to be very very careful and prise them out they are very tight and you risk damaging the edge of the circuit board . basicaly thats it just prise them out
     
  4. jojo

    jojo Looking for Boost! Staff Member Moderator Team Daytona quattro Audi S3 Audi A6 Audi Avant Owner Group

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    It only took 9 years to answer the original question! lol :laugh:
     
  5. yendall24

    yendall24 Member

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    well look on the bright side at least somebody as now i realy must remember to look at the date on the original post
     
  6. Lancelot

    Lancelot New Member

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    Hi all
    One of my Favorite car of Audi.My Audi mechanic checked the TCM and found some corrosion and dampness at the terminals and in the box. (I'm quite familiar with Audi leak damage to TCU's). Cleaned and dried everything. $65...not bad. He did tell me that the TCU could be bad and issue could happen again. Drove home fine. Next morning same problem, but not as persistent.
     
  7. johnnythepie

    johnnythepie Well-Known Member

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    :wtf:
     

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