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Remote Key fob case
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Anyone know where to *buy a replacement plastic Key Fob body for an 08 MK3?

*At a reasonable price*

Key and Circuit Board both okay but the bit of the plastic that holds the swivel bit of the key in the casing has broken off!

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I know they do them on E-Bay, apart from that haven't seen them any where else.

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#3
Just had a gander on ebay.de and they have a lot of them. All in the € 9-10 range.
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP. Persamos green.

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sent you a PM, info on there is all I have. The chap is down in Bately (hope that is the correct spelling) I am a PC numpty so dont know how to transfer addy's to here. Have not dealt with the guy in question but you could ask how to find him on e-bay and go on and have a shufty from there.

Hope that helps
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#5
Have found a metal/alloy case on flea bay that is for a Berlingo van, it seems to be identical apart from 'lock' symbol so have taken a chance and ordered one! (at a fraction of Citroen price)

NB: Dealer has stated that case is NOT covered under warranty, only key and Circuit board are but only for first two years!!!!!!!!!!!!:S
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Apologies for the off-topicness, I should know better...:oops:
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#7
Update on my search for a replacement Key fob, got one from TopFobs shop on ebay for just under ₤12.00 and delivered next day. (with 2 batteries included)

Almost an exact match for the original case apart from the 'lock' symbol is smaller on the new one BUT, the new one is made of a metal/alloy not plastic so should be more hard wearing.
Fitted my existing Key and Circuit Board into it with no problems!

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Its unreasonable to expect warranty on discs as they are a wearing part and wear in accordance with mileage covered and driving style. Due to the non asbestos brake pads/linings used now the discs take a lot more hammering than the old days.
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(13-10-2011, 09:52 PM)divingscubaboy Wrote:  Its unreasonable to expect warranty on discs as they are a wearing part and wear in accordance with mileage covered and driving style. Due to the non asbestos brake pads/linings used now the discs take a lot more hammering than the old days.

??????

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@ wooodshaper - see post above from ol jeffers. Granted its a deviation from the original thread.
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