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Key fob replacement housing

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I have a 2001 Boxster S (US spec) with a 3 button remote. After years of carrying, the upper rubbery part with the buttons won't stay on the lower housing. It appears to me that the key blade, remote board, and pill can be removed and installed in a new housing. If it can, hope to save some $ by not paying for a key blank, electronic board, cutting and programming.


What are my options? 


1. Can I replace just the upper and lower plastic housings?

2. If so, can anyone tell me the Porsche part numbers?

3. In searching this board, I found a topic where someone switched the guts of the fob into a newer style 911 two button fob. Is there a newer style three button fob housing I can put my guts into?

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