1999 Pontiac Firebird Key Fob Battery Replacement Instructions
Keyless entry remote allow access to your auto. Once the keyless entry remote battery is dead or weak you’ll lose your keyless entry fob's ability to control distance functions. Below, we demonstrate how to open your key fob and change a dead battery DIY. If you choose to do it at home near Firebird, use this guide, but don't forget to check tools and materials required.
What is the battery remote key fob useBefore starting open keyless entry remote check all that you need: flat head screwdriver and one CR2032 battery.
- 1xCR2032 battery
- flat head screwdriver
Step by step guide
A small button cell battery installed in the your key fob. Accurately try to disassemble your remote key fob with flat head screwdriver. Replace 1xCR2032 battery with flat head screwdriver.
Replace old battery with fresh one CR2032. 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 polarity on battery, by "+" mark.
After the new battery installed, verify keyless entry remote by pressing buttons. If everything is functioning, assemble your fob’s body in reverse order.
The last thing to do is put your cover back on fob. Gently try to assemble the pieces together by hands from top to bottom. Check your remote key fob case for gaps. If it is not firmly closed try to repeat last step.
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