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    D4 Key delamination

    How do I glue (with what glue) this delamination please?
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    D4 Key lamination

    Quote Originally Posted by Nicky View Post
    How do I glue (with what glue) this delamination please?
    You canít easily. New shell required
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    Should have been a recall,they all go like that we are on our third

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    I have a similar problem with the keys for the D4 we just picked up. From my research so far the new cases are only about $20-$30 unless you desperately want a "genuine" one. Swap over the internals and all sorted.

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    The part for the shell is LR078922.

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    There's a few threads, most recently
    How to separate the key fob halves

    How to separate the key fob halves
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    I have recently got one of these off eBay to cover the delamination issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RHS58 View Post
    I have recently got one of these off eBay to cover the delamination issue.
    Any cutting of wires and soldering involved? For your pic it does not look like a D4 key which has a different back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicky View Post
    Any cutting of wires and soldering involved? For your pic it does not look like a D4 key which has a different back.
    Itís a key cover, your original delaminated key just sits inside the Ďchromeí cover.
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