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Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by Mackers, Dec 12, 2011.

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    my 3 button key, the part number i have is:
    4D0 837 231 M (433.92Mhz)

    and due to me only having 1 key, i have been looking on the Bay-Of-E (Ebay)
    for a replacment, but there are a great many part numbers and frequencies.
    Many thanks
    wayne
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    Look for something with the same frequency (433.92) and you should be fine.
    Reesy is breaking a A3 and they use the same keys, there is also a B5 breaking that might have some keys.

    I'm working on a 433 key at the moment but having issues.
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    so altho it may be a different part number, it should be ok, as i've been offerd 1 with a non-programmed chip (which i believe is the main issue when "getting" new keys.)
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    Chip?
    when you say chip, are you talking about the immob chip or the remote key?

    Both my working keys have different part numbers.
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    immob chip.
    You can program the chip your self with VCDS or pay someone to do it.

    But it should be fine.
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    gdgd.... the answer i was looking for really, glad someone reads these forums sometimes :D
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