Below is a very common sight amongst heavy handed smart owners. They stuff keys in their
pockets and handbags or have too many other keys on the bunch. The result is a broken fob.
Previously, your only option (apart from drilling more holes) is to buy a new key
from smart. This included the plastic fob, key blade and circuit board. This was
about £70 and was the only way to get a new plastic housing.
Luckily you can now buy replacement fobs from SmartMods (click the banner below)
To the left you have a broken keyfob and to the right is the SmartMods replacement.
Open the 2 keys up by inserting a flat blade screwdriver into the back and levering open.
Your old key contains the PCB...
...lift it out and place it into the new surround.
Snap it closed and you are nearly done.
Take both keys to a key cutting place and have the old key shape cut into the old blade.
Here is the key cutting machine that I have access to. (yeah seriously).
The key cutter will cut a replica of your key and it'll be ready to use on your car.
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