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      01-08-2007, 11:27 PM   #1
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pretty impressed w/ bmw electronic key durability

so my gf decides to do my laundry and throws in my pants that had one of my electronic key for my 335 w/o checking the pockets. needless to say, i was pretty pissed with the thought of having to replace it seeing that it would cost a few hundred to replace and recode. so we let the remote cool down and tried it and to my surprise the darn thing still worked. this thing withstood a heavy load cycle and a dryer set on high. and now is a lot cleaner.
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Wow! Thats great to know. With CA, I never think about the key fob (other than putting it in my pocket in the morning) and I'm certain it will get washed sooner or later.
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      01-09-2007, 01:15 AM   #3
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Gah, I almost managed to forget about the pic in your sig flyerz90 and now you've gone and made me look again! Who is she anyhow?

Oh yeah...uh...good to know about the key fob too.
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Originally Posted by flyerz90
so my gf decides to do my laundry and throws in my pants that had one of my electronic key for my 335 w/o checking the pockets. needless to say, i was pretty pissed with the thought of having to replace it seeing that it would cost a few hundred to replace and recode. so we let the remote cool down and tried it and to my surprise the darn thing still worked. this thing withstood a heavy load cycle and a dryer set on high. and now is a lot cleaner.
You don't need to replace the keyfob.... replace the gf for washing it.... Err... unless she's the girl in the sig...
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