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Open the key fob and remove the battery which has a # on it, and then buy a duplicate.


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In order to replace the battery you will have to remove the old one. Once you do that you will see exactly the battery you need.

what is the replacement battery for a 2003 Honda accord key fob

You do not have to reset the key fob when changing the battery.

The key fob battery for a Honda vehicle is changed by removing the retaining screws and gently popping the rear cover off. The battery can then be pushed out of its holder and a new one installed.

Open the key fob, remove the battery and look and see what size it is.

please help remote fob has new battery but still will not lock or unclock my 2000 hrv

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A small battery that fits in a key fob or remote.

The Honda Pilot key fob takes a #1616 battery. Start by removing the (often very tight) screw and gently pry the cover off from the key edge to the keyring edge. Pop the transmitter module out by pressing the buttons. Now, using a wide screwdriver, or thin coin, release both clasps, one under the panic button, and one near the lock button. You'll find the #1616 battery inside here. Replace the battery, reassemble, and test. The screw is a #0 Phillips, a very odd size. Heat the tip of the screw driver with a lighter or candle. Honda uses a chemical thread locker on the screw. It is hard to remove this screw! If you need any help, e-mail

The battery size is CR2032. Pretty widely available at electronics stores

the battery is a 2032. and available at most good stores (eg tesco)

Open the fob. Remove the battery Use a pencil eraser to clean the battery contacts Use pencil eraser to clean the switch contacts on the printed circuit board (they look like interleaved fingers typically) replace the battery with a fresh one. If that doesn't work, buy a new FOB.

Hi, it takes 2 CR2025 batteries.

Remove the valet key from the fob and behind it is a small Phillips screw. After that the fob will split and the battery is visible.

You wont lose the code by changing the battery. Just open the back and replace the battery . Make sure you use the correct battery and install in properly.

Open the key fob up and look see what battery it contains. Buy that exact battery.

If you know for sure that the alarm is functioning correctly, but the key-fob doesn't operate - either the fob is faulty or the battery is flat. Replace the battery - if the fob operates the alarm, then the battery was flat. If the alarm still doesn't operate, then the fob is faulty. You can always test the battery with a multimeter - although you may have to dismantle the remote to get at the battery !

The battery used from the factory is a Panasonic CR1616 3v. Other companies make CR1616 batteries that will fit as well.

Your question is indeterminate. If you need another fob, you can obtain one from the dealer. If your transmitter has stopped working, the simplest thing is to have the batteries replaced.All transmitters have a watch battery that powers it. The better battery to get is the silver oxide battery that a jeweler can provide. They can also change the batteries for you if you buy the battery. Most fobs use one or two batteries and are easily changed yourself should you need to do so.Read the back of your fob, it will tell you the size battery(ies) to get. Purchase the battery from a retailer. Remove the fob from your key ring. If there is a screw in the back of the fob, get a white piece of paper to work on. Remove the screw and place it on the paper, then gently pry the two pieces of the fob apart. Inside you will find the flat batteries mounted in a spring. Pop the old battery out and discard. Place the new battery in the fob in the same manner as the old battery. Replace the screw, or snap the fob back together.If it is an old battery problem, this should resolve the issue. One note, experience has shown that the fob does not work as well in a crowded parking lot as at home. It is a matter of simply too much metal interfering with the signal. This is the normal operation of the unit and not a malfunction of it.

Changing the battery in the key fob to a Pontiac Solstice is pretty simple. Just remove the back of the key fob, and take out the old battery. It takes a hearing aid battery, and they can be found at any chain pharmacy. Put in the new battery and replace the back to the key fob. It is now ready to go!

A jewelers Phillips screwdriver. Take the key fob to any Walmart and go to the jewelry dept. They will have a screwdriver that will work and they will have the replacement battery. Just did this myself on my 2004 Accord key.

No, You do not need a key fob to start a car. When starting a car, you put the key in the ignition and turn. Power comes from car battery, not from the key fob battery!

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