I have a couple of key fobs for my car by a manufacturer which nolonger exists.
The electronic guts of these fobs are fine but the casings are showing their age
and heavy use.
There are no after market replacement fobs available, and the electronic guts
will not fit in an alternative casing.
So an idea of casting replacement casings and rubber buttons popped into the
old brain. Also as I had made one of the dash vents into a gauge pod, I thought
that this too could be redone a little more stronger.
Has anyone done anything like this before?
If you have, please let me know.
I'm diabetic,I'm disabled BUT I'm not dead yet!!!
The ONLY Right Hand Drive Neon with 3.3L v6 Engine & 41TE ATX SWAP
My little collection of rockwell remotes, If I see one in a
scrapyard I grab it!
What it should look like. (the third button which is at the
bottom is not used)
The only thing I could think of to put a loop to but it on
the key ring. An old key with the end bent round then
super glued to the back of the case for one.
With this one you can see the button rubber pad are only
just holding together.
And then there is the on from a bag a full remote (in bad
As you can see why I would need to modify a case to blank
off the bottom button and have replaceable buttons for the
lock and unlock.