I noticed that there is nothing on this forum on how to change the batterys on a key fob, although it is simple once you know, it is tricky if you dont.
You start by pressing the slider and removing the hidden key.
You can use a screw driver or your nail but lift up from the tab in the green circle and it should pry open, on some you might have to pull harder but dont worry you wont break anything. DO NOT USE THE TAB IN THE RED CIRCLE that tab is where the key goes and has a bottom you could break plus you wont get any where pulling from there.
Once the cover starts coming off just pull off and your key should look like this.
The rubber buttons just slip right off to expose the battery.
The battery you are going to need to get is CR 2032 they are $5 at walmart. When your putting the battery back be sure to slide it in like it shows in the picture to avoid damaging the contacts.
Just put the rubber buttons back on and snap the cover back on and you are good to go.
Very good write up, but I have a similar key, but mine doesnt have the cutout in the green circle in picture 2 like your does, it has a back door. I tried your method months ago, and with my style key, i broke it lol. My style was glued together, and aparently you have to use the back door to change the battery, but it seemed pretty difficult for me to do it that way.
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[QUOTE=jaak;2357791]Wow, I'm really impressed, a whole thread on something that's covered in four paragraphs in the owners manual.QUOTE]
Thats also what I was thinking.
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