2010 Audi A5 Quattro Key Fob Battery Replacement Guide
Keyless entry remote grant access to your Audi. When the keyless entry remote battery is dead you lose your fob’s ability to use distance functions. In this post, we explained how to disassembly Audi remote key fob and replace a dead battery DIY. If you choose to do it at home near A5 Quattro, follow our guide, but first make sure you have everything you need before you start.
What type battery does 2010 Audi A5 Quattro remote key fob requiredPrior to disassembly key fob check all that you need: 1 CR2032 battery and flat head screwdriver.
- 1xCR2032 battery
- flat head screwdriver
Step by step instruction
Inside of your remote key fob installed small button cell battery. Open the key if it is in the key fob.
Delicately try to pry apart your key fob with hands or flat head screwdriver. Change 1xCR2032 battery with flat head screwdriver.
Change old battery with new one CR2032. Every battery has a negative and positive side and if you put the wrong connector down, the charge cannot go into your circuit board and make it work. Check polarity on battery, by "+" mark.
Before assembling keyless entry fob's case, check that all functions works by testing buttons on remote key fob.
At this point squeeze keyless entry fob's back cover together. Line your case two halves together and put it together by hands from top to bottom. Inspect your keyless entry remote body for gaps. If it is not tightly closed try to repeat last step.
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