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Old 06-05-2008, 12:20 AM
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You CAN use it, but the internals in it are trash. You have to replace them with the board you have in your current fob. It cannot be programmed for your car. Thats why this thread exists... so you can mod it to work.
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I deleted my previous post, and here is the updated one.

I received an intelligent fob key different from the ones first posted. I believe its the same as Strtsk8r321. In order to make it work, I took the buttons off the intelligent key's circuit board, and glued it onto the modified circuit board. The buttons fill the gap, and make it work. I also discarded the rubber part shown on the far right because it causes the case to be too bulky and very difficult to close. Here are pics!

And thanks to Strtsk8r321 & Red_G35 for helping me out.

I have an extra fob key shown at the very bottom for sale. I posted it in the classifieds...

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awesome work!!
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Is there anyway to tell which Intelligent key fob internal design that you will be getting? Or is it just luck of the draw?
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Is there anyway to tell which Intelligent key fob internal design that you will be getting? Or is it just luck of the draw?
They have different model numbers. The one you want is
FCC ID:KBRTN001
IC: 2111B-TN001
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They have different model numbers. The one you want is
FCC ID:KBRTN001
IC: 2111B-TN001
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They have different model numbers. The one you want is
FCC ID:KBRTN001
IC: 2111B-TN001
are you kidding me, whats the difference?

i got the other kind
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I deleted my previous post, and here is the updated one.

I received an intelligent fob key different from the ones first posted. I believe its the same as Strtsk8r321. In order to make it work, I took the buttons off the intelligent key's circuit board, and glued it onto the modified circuit board. The buttons fill the gap, and make it work. I also discarded the rubber part shown on the far right because it causes the case to be too bulky and very difficult to close. Here are pics!

And thanks to Strtsk8r321 & Red_G35 for helping me out.

I have an extra fob key shown at the very bottom for sale. I posted it in the classifieds...

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Damn man...that looks great. more permanent and more solid then mine. I'm glad lots of people doing this.
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are you kidding me, whats the difference?

i got the other kind
It will still work, you just need to use a slightly different procedure, a few of the other guys have done it successfully
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Damn man...that looks great. more permanent and more solid then mine. I'm glad lots of people doing this.
It's all thanks to you bro and your awesome DIY. Seriously thanks for sharing
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It will still work, you just need to use a slightly different procedure, a few of the other guys have done it successfully
any tech on this? you seem to know just about everything
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any tech on this? you seem to know just about everything
hanguk9117 posted some good pics showing what he did to get it to work
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hanguk9117 posted some good pics showing what he did to get it to work
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what soldering gun do you guys use, im kinda intimidated since the soldering spots on the board are really small. dont wanna waste 2 remotes
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just curious where do i solder the wire on spots that don't have a hole to poke through? Do i just solder it to the top or tape it down?

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