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Remote Key Fob Case Land Rover™ Lr3 & Range Rover™ Sport - Free Us Shipping on

US $14.99

Punta Gorda, Florida, United States

Punta Gorda, Florida, United States
New, bulk packaging
Warranty:Yes UPC:Does not apply Manufacturer Part Number:LRKK Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown Brand:Aftermarket


Fits many LR3 & Range Rover Sport models -please match your fob to the pics

If your keyless entry remote no longer stays charged for more than a few minutes or hours then you need a new battery in your key fob and if you have an LR3 or RR Sport you will need to break open or cut open the key fob case to replace the battery. If your current key fob buttons are worn though this new case will fix that problem too.

This listing is for a new case/key blank only- the electronics from your old key will need  to be transferred to the new case. Your existing key can also be transferred to the new case or the supplied new key blank can be cut by your LR dealer or a locksmith. Once the parts are transferred to the new case the case must be glued together after everything is tested.

***The original key fob case does not come apart without cutting or damage so using this new case is highly recommended for this type of key***


Listing is for ONE Key Fob Case

see our other listings for the case/battery combo and the battery on its own

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