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Hey guys, my evora buttons recently cracked for some odd reason, has anyone had experience with this and maybe found were to replace it that doesn’t involve the dealer? the internals are good I just don’t know if they’re transferable.
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The internals are transferable to another fob housing. Just order a A132M6099S. Once you have that, here's how you swap the guts:

- Flip old fob over and use a small flat blade screwdriver in a twisting motion to separate key part from fob

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- Move battery tray latch towards center of fob, while pulling to remove battery tray

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- Use a small flat blade screwdriver to gently work one side clip out. It helps if you use your fingertip in the battery tray hole to help provide some spreading force. Repeat on other side.

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- Pull apart the two halves, and work the inner circuit board loose

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The internals are transferable to another fob housing. Just order a A132M6099S. Once you have that, here's how you swap the guts:

- Flip old fob over and use a small flat blade screwdriver in a twisting motion to separate key part from fob

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- Move battery tray latch towards center of fob, while pulling to remove battery tray

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- Use a small flat blade screwdriver to gently work one side clip out. It helps if you use your fingertip in the battery tray hole to help provide some spreading force. Repeat on other side.

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- Pull apart the two halves, and work the inner circuit board loose

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Dude thank you so much that is the best response I’ve ever got
 
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