Not in any hurry as I still have a working key.
If I only had 1 key I'd be nervous all the time. You are then one "dropped in a puddle/washed in jeans/lost on beach" away from a tow truck and expensive trip to dealer.
I can move these chips but I have only done one of those 1st Gen keys. It worked eventually but there was some weirdness.
I bought 2 of the Gen 1s to do that key, but 2nd one may or may not be any good for the coil part.
What I need is to figure out a way to create a similar magnetic field so I could test for the current generated in the key.
These Gen 1s are getting on 20+ years old now, best bet would be to find a pristine one on Ebay that sat in a drawer for most of last 2 decades.
I have been doing this work just for cost of parts & shipping but am going to start asking for $10 for beer. (6 pack in LA now is $10, grrr)
Anyhow, if you want to get it fixed, PM me.
If by chance it's a Gen 2 version, I have plenty of those, they hold up better anyhow.