2011 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Key Fob Battery Replacement Guide

2011 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Key Fob Battery Replacement Guide

If your Mercedes-Benz key is not open doors correct, the battery most likely must to be replaced. In this case, you’ll benefit from knowing how to open your keyless entry remote and replace a weak battery yourself. If you decide to do it at home near E63 AMG, follow our guide, but don't forget to check everything you need.

What type battery does 2011 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG key fob required

Prior to disassembly keyless entry remote be sure that you have all required tools and materials: flat head screwdriver and two CR2025 batteries.
  • flat head screwdriver
  • 2xCR2025 batteries

Step by step instruction

Inside of your remote key fob installed tiny coin battery. Remove any internal key first, and then try to pry apart the key fob.

Carefully try to pry apart your keyless entry remote with hands or flat head screwdriver. Replace 2xCR2025 batteries with flat head screwdriver.

Replace old batteries with fresh one CR2025. Be sure to connect the battery the right way around in a circuit. Your key 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. Carefully try to put the pieces in place by hands from top to bottom. Check your remote key fob body for gaps. If it is not firmly closed try to repeat last step.

Video of keyless entry remote disassembly

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Frequently Asked Questions

Keyless entry remote of Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG use 2xCR2025 batteries. Most CR2025 batteries are under $5 depending on the size packaging, brand and type you buy. Take your old battery to the store, with you to find a proper replacement.

Often, after key battery change, reprogramming not required. Don't be scare of this procedure, because often it's described in user's manual.

Yes, you can change battery in your 2011 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG remote key fob yourself. Most hard part is to open fob’s case. It's pretty easy with our guide.

The cost to change the battery in key fob is from $30 to as high as $500 depending on the car and the service pricing.

Keyless entry remote batteries in modern cars should be replaced every three or four years, also this will differ based on usage and battery quality. If your remote key fob shortened signal strength, you should replace batteries before it stop close doors and make trouble for you.

If your Mercedes-Benz signal strength reduced, has low key battery indicator on dashboard, fob's battery more than 4 years old or key fob buttons not working, in most cases battery replace inside key fob needed. Current battery is discharged with a high probability, but if it's not fix problem, keyless entry remote replace or repair needed.
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Fob Compatibility:

  1. FCC ID: IYZ3317
  2. Models: 2007-2012 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG