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    FRESHMAN ROVER
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    key fob replacement button pad

    I know how to replace it , I know where the dealer is who has them,
    What I don't know is how much they are really worth. The quoted price was $25 AUS. sounds Bloody expensive for a piece of plastic/rubber or whatever it's made of. He said "we have to import them specially so thats why the price. sounds like a typical RR dealer to me. Any Ideas???

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    About 4 dollars in Australia from any LR dealer. Part No. YWC000300

    Alternatively, British Motor Imports (BMI at Mulgrave, NSW) brings them in. If you can't get them, try KLR Automotive in Kingswood, NSW tel (02) 4721-3675 which is where I buy them. The last time I looked at an official LR price list (don't ask me how I got access ) at a dealer's they were $3.11. I can't remember exactly what I paid for them at KLR but it was around $4 each. KLR are ramping up for mail order business.

    See my article at http://rangerovers.net/repairdetails/ke ... uttonsworn

    The bloke in the UK who sold them on eBay got a bit cranky at me when I complained about him using my photos without permission.


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    Roverconnection.com is where I found them. They've always been great check them out and price shipping, shouldn't be too bad and probably a decent mark under $25, I would guess around 15 w/shipping, maybe less.
    Jeff C. / West Des Moines, IA

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    Rich, if you can't source one, let me know and I'll send you one.

    Ron
    Ron Beckett
    1995 Range Rover HSE 4.6 V8 auto
    2007 Yamaha XJR1300
    2006 Suzuki DL650 V-Strom

    RIP Bucko (1979-2008 - Riding on forever)
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    Just to add...
    You can replace the fobs battery cover if that's looking untidy too.
    UK owners can buy both parts through Rimmer Bros.

    YWC000300 - Key pad buttons £0.83 inc. VAT
    STC4352 - Battery Cover £1.92 inc. VAT
    Loads of batteries on eBay for as little as £2 for 5x click >
    here<

    http://www.rimmerbros.co.uk/rimmpart.htx (enter part codes in box & submit)
    Don't buy from those rip-off sellers on eBay!!

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    FRESHMAN ROVER
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    I purchased my keyfob refurb kit of ebay it was £7.99 and it made my remote look a lot better.The kit included the following items:

    1 x button pad
    1 x battery holder
    1 x battery holder seal
    2 x cr2025 batteries.


    i was very pleased and in my opinion this was excellent value for money as the batteries on their own would be around £4.00 from a shop.It was delivered within 2 days of purchase and the seller even let me know when the items were despatched.I never buy from ebay unless i have looked at the sellers feedback and i found that this seller had been selling the kits for a long time and sent them worldwide and it seemed they have never had any problems.Hence i purchased from them and i could not fault their service.
    the seller i purchased from was newdawn2200 at the following link http://search.ebay.co.uk/_W0QQsassZnewdawn2200QQhtZ-1

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