MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Mid 2009-Mid 2012) Trackpad

  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Mid 2009-Mid 2012) Trackpad
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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Mid 2009-Mid 2012) Trackpad

Includes the 4 mounting screws and the set screw.

$89.99

$89.99

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Product Details

Description

Description

Replace a broken or damaged trackpad for your Mid 2009 to Mid 2012 MacBook Pro 13" Unibody laptop computer with this part.

Note

Find the screws and other mounting hardware for sale separately here.

Compatibility

Repair Stories

Jonathan Fedor's Story Photo #1329984

My Problem

The trackpad on my wife's Macbook Pro went south. There were a couple instances of a small amount of water getting down below the surface of the computer and the last time caused the trackpad to bite the dust.

My Fix

The repair was successful! I was really excited to order my first part from iFixit. The par . . .

My Problem

non-working trackpad

My Fix

Fine, except for the keeping track of the oh-so-small screws

My Advice

Use a magnetic screwdriver to handle the small screws

My Problem

Cursor non responsive. USB mouse functional, suspected trackpad failure.

My Fix

Uneventful. I've done literally hundreds of trackpad replacements.

My Advice

Use edge of post it notes wedged in between where the trackpad seats and the top case to create an equal distance all around the edge of the trackpad. Remove post . . .

My Problem

Track pad no longer worked

My Fix

Followed the instructions to the T. The repair went easy as pie.

My Advice

Be very careful with the trackpad screws. They are very small and easily stripped. Consider buying the screws. If I did this repair again I would buy the screws.

My Problem

The trackpad was worn out where it was not very responsive to clicking it. I tightened and loosened the click adjustment screw but the trackpad was frustratingly not sensitive enough where it took repetitive clicks

My Fix

The repair was a piece of cake! The guide gave me the confidence that I could do it.

My Advice

I . . .

My Problem

The tracking pad was sensing false movements.

My Fix

The repair went fine. The black screws that came with it, however, did not fit. Fortunately, I had the original screws and used them.

My Advice

The black screws that came with the tracking pad did not fit. Fortunately, I had the original screws and used them.

My Problem

The trackpad had sporadically lost functionality, first not clicking audibly, then not responding to a two finger swipe, etc. It suddenly stopped responding altogether. I took it apart to clean it, and noticed a plastic cap that was floating around the area instead of stuck decently to the end of . . .

My Problem

The trackpad was damaged by a dying battery which expanded and pushed up against the trackpad.

My Fix

The replacement went well, although the guide was for a 2011 macBook, so slightly different

My Advice

The trackpad for the 2010 MacBook uses a little yoke to hold the trackpad in place. This doesn't show up in the gui . . .

My Problem

My trackpad was not ok,because the arrow jumped all over the screen

My Fix

Very quick shipping and ,the replacement went very smooth,used 5 minutes and everything is working as normal

My Advice

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My Problem

The trackpad on my Macbook Pro started seriously wigging out about six months ago. I ruled out software issues and, wary of the Mac store, decided to just get a good 'ol fashioned USB mouse after disabling the trackpad entirely. Needless to say, things got weird with the cord. Some weeks later, I op . . .

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