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SUZUKI remote key fob Worn Button Repair

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Are you having problem with Worn key buttons in your SUZUKI remote?

Designed and Made in Australia top quality Silicone BUTTONS.

Our Silicone Buttons are made from Medical grade Silicone. The only Silicone that does not degrade over time. You can trust Australian Quality product.

You do not have to re program your existing remote just follow replacement instructions and and SAVE.  All replacement instructions are included in our polmex-buttons store .      

Please Note:  Remote buttons (rubbers) in most remotes are made from flexible plastic called elastomer. When buttons age, material they are made of (with exception of LSR Silicone) breaks down and oily substance comes out clogging switches. Remote key still works but buttons are becoming less responsive and work randomly. If you are experiencing problem with your switches then We advise that switches are cleaned first before new Button is fitted. Please follow instructions as below:

Instructions for Cleaning Switches

To clean switches you would need Isopropyl alcohol (also known as Rubbing Alcohol or Isopropanol) which can be purchased in Australia from local chemist, Dick Smith or Mitre 10. Approximate cost of 100 ml is $10. If Isopropanol is hard to get you can substitute it with tea tree oil. With some very clogged switches you may have to repeat this procedure a few times over a period of couple of days.

  • Use wooden skewer or toothpick to dip it in Isopropanol
  • Place couple of drops on the top of switche in your remote key
  • Keep pressing switch a few times till it starts positively clicking
  • Wipe excess of alcohol of with cotton bud and repeat the same process
  • After couple of rounds of cleaning, your switches should unblock and become more responsive.

                                 

Suzuki Button Selection - HERE





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