I need help identifying this capacitor I seemed to have scrapped off

my macbooks motherboard seems that this thing is broken off on it and it caused my trackpad and keyboard not to function, it's really close too the keyboard connector, do you know what this thing is? It's super tiny,my MacBook is the closer picture showing it scraped off. The other one shows what's supposed to be there. My MacBook is the early 2011 i7 2.2ghz 15" 6750m model. If anyone could help it would be greatly appreciated, if anyone knows the part number, I have a friend that could replace it. Please help, thanks!

heres the pictures http://imgur.com/a/S4jRn

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R7803, 0 ohm 0402 resistor, 1/16w, 5% tolerance.

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Could I just put a solder bridge in its place because of it being a 0 ohm? Would that mess anything up?

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In theory, yes, but there is a reason Apple decided to put a resistor there, otherwise it would be a trace instead. Resistors are very cheap, so just buy a new one to solder on. I am not an engineer, so if something is damaged/missing, I replace it :)

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Looks like its a 0 ohm 0402 resistor.

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thanks for the answer, are you completely sure? im wanting to buy the component and have my buddy solder it on for me, i just dont want problems is all

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