I found a seller on ebay that had chrysler key fobs for the minivans I believe. It had the opening for a different button pattern but the groove around them was the same as my 300 keys.
Using my dremel I cut out the button opening from the flip fob up to the line, then on my keys I cut out the excess up to the line. I used a plastic adhesive to fill and bond them, then a quick sand and paint and I was golden. The key on the fob was the correct blank so all I had to do was have home depot cut it and I was in business. Ill really finish it up later but it was super clean. It was nice to take my spare key with a snapped off key ring loop and make a fully functional key again!
total cost $10.
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Ahhhh i get it now ,when i'm done my original fob will be toast ,or fubared. i was wondering how you got a small enough bit to do this.I was just thinking wrong.cool already got on on watch. thanks man.
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