How to Replace the Battery in a 2003 Honda Accord Key Fob
If your car keyless entry remote isn't open doors perfectly, the cell battery surely must to be changed. In this case, you will benefit from knowing how to open your remote key fob and replace a discharged battery yourself. If you choose to do it at home near Accord, use this instruction, but first make sure you have tools and materials required before you start.
What type battery does 2003 Honda Accord remote key fob takeBefore beginning disassembly keyless entry remote check all that you need: 1 CR1616 battery, phillips head screwdriver and flat head screwdriver.
- 1xCR1616 battery
- phillips head screwdriver
- flat head screwdriver
Step by step guide
A tiny button cell battery installed inside the your keyless entry remote. Unscrew the back of the key fob. Flip the remote key fob over and look for at least 1 screw holding in the plastic.
Carefully try to pry apart your keyless entry remote with pry tools. Remove 1xCR1616 battery with flat head screwdriver.
Replace old battery with fresh one CR1616. Be sure to connect the battery the right way around in a circuit. Your remote key fob will not work if you place battery wrong way.
Before assembling keyless entry fob's case, verify that all is functioning by pressing buttons on circuit board.
The last thing to do is put your cover back on fob. Delicately try to put the pieces in place by hands from top to bottom. If your remote key fob shell tightly closed, we done. If not, repeat the last step. Screw the back of the keyless entry remote.
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