Ignition Key Repair

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mikewitas
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Ignition Key Repair

Post by mikewitas » Sun Jul 13, 2008 2:38 pm

The little metal clip that allows me to attach a key ring has seperated from the plastic remote-control key fob housing. This has happened on both sets of keys that came with my car (a 2002 VW Golf).Is there an easy fix? Can I glue it back on using epoxy or some other glue? Or, must I buy brand new key fobs?The remote lock/unlock functions work fine, so I hate to buy new ones if I can repair my existing ones.Thanks in advance for your help!

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Re: Ignition Key Repair (mikewitas)

Post by Dubmekanik » Sun Jul 13, 2008 5:33 pm

Epoxy would be your best bet. It may end up being stronger than the original bond if you do it correctly.
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Re: Ignition Key Repair

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