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Old 08-11-2012, 10:37 AM   #1
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Anyone know what kind of battery our keys take? My car is only 3 months old and the battery in my one clicker stopped working!
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Just cracked mine open to check: it says Panasonic CR 2032 : 3V

Go find a 2032 sized battery at walmart or wherever. It outta work fine.

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check the watch battery section. Should be around the jewelry area or in electronics. If all else fails, find a radioshack.
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Just cracked mine open to check: it says Panasonic CR 2032 : 3V

Go find a 2032 sized battery at walmart or wherever. It outta work fine.

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check the watch battery section. Should be around the jewelry area or in electronics. If all else fails, find a radioshack.
Howd you open it? Im kinda good at breaking things...
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take it off your keyring, find a flathead screwdriver and look for the part where the groove is wider. insert and pry. FFS don't lose the rubber gasket thing, and remember which way it goes in.
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Anyone know what kind of battery our keys take? My car is only 3 months old and the battery in my one clicker stopped working!
3 months? I'd take it to the dealership and tell them to replace the whole FOB. There is no way the battery drained that fast unless there's something wrong with it ... should take years for it to run out.
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Lol @ clicker.
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Lol @ clicker.
I know, my first thought was that this would be a thread about seatbelts, or God knows what...
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3 months? I'd take it to the dealership and tell them to replace the whole FOB. There is no way the battery drained that fast unless there's something wrong with it ... should take years for it to run out.
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