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2004 jetta gli key chain: where you attach other keys loop has broken-off. Wondering if by changing bottom portion of housing will solve the issue or do I have to order a new key and have it progammed? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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You can order the bottom half on ebay. just search for vw flipkey and youre in the right direction. its fairly easy to replace the bottom part along with switching out the internal board. just make sure you dont lose the tiny round glass tube inside. thats the transponder and your car wont start without it.

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