Dec 3, 2019 at 10:35 AM
Please pm for details and all other new and used part enquiries.
I've said it before and I'll say it again. I think this could be an incredibly useful spare to throw in if you travel extensively. It could be the difference between total meltdown or 5 minutes and being back on the road.
Can't remember if its been mentioned before Mike!, But do the late 24v (1997) have a Chip in the Key?... Or does anyone else know?
My late 1996 24V has no chip in the key
Mike can you let me know the part number for these. If they are the same as my 105 then i'll take a set. I agree with Chris, well worth having in your travel spares.
I've had the pleasure of hacking my barrel to bits at the roadside with neolithic tools...
The bulbous, good word. Keys have the chip in higgy.
I've done a quick cross reference and don't think they fit, at least not by part number nick. I'll pm you.
Unfortunately i think mine is Bulbous....
Cut the metal part of your old key off. Attach black plastic bit to the keyring of your new key like a fob.
You keep the security aspect of the chip then.
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