How to Replace the Battery in a 1997 Volkswagen Golf Key Fob
Keyless entry remote allow easy access to your auto. When the keyless entry remote battery is weak you’ll lose your keyless entry fob's ability to use remote opening function. In this article, we are going to tell you how to disassembly Volkswagen remote key fob and change a discharged battery yourself. If you decide to do it at home near Golf, follow our guide, but first make sure you have all you need.
What type battery does 1997 Volkswagen Golf keyless entry remote takeBefore beginning disassembly keyless entry remote be sure that you have all required tools and materials: flat head screwdriver and 2 CR2016 batteries.
- flat head screwdriver
- 2xCR2016 batteries
Step by step instruction
Inside of your remote key fob installed coin cell battery. Carefully try to pry apart your key with flat head screwdriver. Replace CR2016 batteries with flat head screwdriver.
Replace old batteries with new one CR2016. Every battery has a negative and positive side and if you put the wrong connector down, the current cannot go into your circuit board and make it work. Check position on battery, by "+" mark.
After the new batteries installed, verify key fob by pressing buttons. If everything is functioning, assemble your fob’s shell in reverse order.
The last thing to do is put your cover back on fob. Accurately try to assemble the two halves in place by hands from top to bottom. Check your keyless entry remote body for gaps. If it is not tightly closed try to repeat last step.
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