What exactly is involved in replacing the keyboard?
I have a MacBook Pro 13" late 2016 A1706 that had some wine spilled on it earlier this year - where the keyboard is not responding, but the logic board, SSD, Touch Bar, screen, and Touch Pad are all working normally.
I was sold a replacement keyboard as-is - but after getting past the logic board and fans (all relatively easy with the iFixit Driver kit) I've found that it is NOT a simple matter of unscrewing the old and putting in the new - where it seems like the keyboard has been soldered, welded, glued, and then sealed up with other various components into the upper case.
All the repairers, and the supplier of the keyboard, I spoke to have all been very evasive about the process - and I fear I've over-promised and under-delivered to yet another attractive person I was hoping not to make a complete arse of myself.
Is this a good question?