How to Replace the Battery in a 2003 Dodge Viper Key Fob
If your car keyless entry remote is no longer open doors properly, the battery likely must to be replaced. In this article, you’ll benefit from knowing how to disassembly Dodge key fob and change a dead battery yourself. If you decide to do it at home near Viper, follow our instruction, but first make sure you have all you need before you start.
What is the battery remote key fob useDon't forget before open keyless entry remote be sure that you have all required tools and materials: two CR2016 batteries and flat head screwdriver.
- 2xCR2016 batteries
- flat head screwdriver
Step by step guide
Inside of your key fob installed tiny button battery. Carefully try to pry apart your key with flat head screwdriver. Replace 2xCR2016 batteries with flat head screwdriver.
Get new batteries and install it inside fob’s shell. Battery must be installed with the same position as was an old. Your key fob will not work if you mistakenly put battery wrong way.
After the new batteries installed, verify keyless entry remote by pressing buttons. If all functions works, assemble your keyless entry fob's case in reverse order.
The last thing to do is put your cover back on fob. Carefully try to put the two halves together by hands from top to bottom. Inspect your keyless entry remote shell for gaps. If it is not firmly closed try to repeat last step.
Video of remote key fob disassembly
Dodge Viper Key Fob Battery Replacement (2003 - 2009)
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