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Anyone have any sources for PCB parts for repairing remotes i.e. resistors, transponder coils, high temp epoxy, solder points etc.?

Just for replacing damaged or lost bits on remotes, I cannot eeprom chips or program stuff.

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17 hours ago, Auto Key Wizard said:

Thanks.

Just had a Renault Clio one button remote that I can't get to work for love nor money!!

Tactile switch was broken and smothered in super glue, so replaced that along with a broken track, re-flowed a dry joint on the transponder coil but nothing happening, not even reading transponder on my Miraclone!!

Seems to have continuity everywhere but dead as a door nail, any ideas?

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On 12/8/2019 at 7:21 AM, Auto Key Wizard said:

Reading is not required to identify the transponder type, Eyes can do that.

20 leads = ID33 (uses CR2016 battery in case) has larger inductor

14 leads = ID46 (uses CR1220 battery onboard) has smaller inductor

ID46 just going by battery

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Firstly: Why have you quoted my reply? I know what I wrote... :smt102

 

Check for ohms Ω resistance on the inductor coil, a value of between 26-36 should be seen @ 200

If Zero Ω ten replace inductor and check for transponder, if that fails, lift the PCF (transponder) to a known good PCB

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18 hours ago, Auto Key Wizard said:

Firstly: Why have you quoted my reply? I know what I wrote... :smt102

:smt102

 

18 hours ago, Auto Key Wizard said:

 

Check for ohms Ω resistance on the inductor coil, a value of between 26-36 should be seen @ 200

If Zero Ω ten replace inductor and check for transponder, if that fails, lift the PCF (transponder) to a known good PCB

Thanks

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This has to be the worst forum board for quote clickers, It makes for painful topic reading

If you don't know how to use the 'quote' correctly, Don't use it. Just reply after last comment.

Probably better to say nothing and not participate period.

 

 

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