2015 Dodge Viper Key Fob Battery Replacement Guide

2015 Dodge Viper Key Fob Battery Replacement Guide

If your Viper key fob is no longer open doors correct, the cell battery likely needs to be changed. Below, we walks you through how to disassembly your key fob and replace your Dodge key battery.

What type battery does 2015 Dodge Viper remote key fob required

Changing battery in key fob require flat head screwdriver, phillips head screwdriver and 1 CR2032 battery. Prepare these materials and tools before opening and make sure to match the size of your fob’s batteries.
  • flat head screwdriver
  • 1xCR2032 battery
  • phillips head screwdriver

Step by step guide

A small coin cell battery installed in the your remote key fob. Move the key out of the way if it is in the remote key fob. Remove screw on the back of the remote key fob. Flip the keyless entry remote over and find for at least 1 screw holding in the plastic.

Accurately try to open your fob with hands or flat head screwdriver. Remove 1xCR2032 battery with flat head screwdriver.

Now it's time to install new battery inside keyless entry fob's case. Be sure to connect the battery the right way around in a circuit. Your key will not work if you put battery wrong way.

When the new battery installed, check key fob functionality by pressing buttons. If everything is functioning, assemble your keyless entry fob's shell in reverse order.

The last thing to do is put your cover back on fob. Accurately try to assemble the two halves in place by hands from top to bottom. If your key fob case firmly closed, we done. If not, repeat the last step. Screw fastener in the back of the key fob.

How to replace the battery video guide

Dodge Viper Key Fob Battery Replacement (2015 - 2017)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Key fob of Dodge Viper require 1xCR2032 batteries. Most CR2032 batteries are under $6 depending on the size packaging, type and brand you buy. Take your old battery to the store, to find a proper replacement.

Keyless entry remote in most of cases do not require to be reprogrammed after battery replace. If your key not working, recheck new battery voltage. Otherwise, read user's manual or contact local dealer.

Yes, you can replace battery in your 2015 Dodge Viper remote key fob yourself. Most difficult part is to disassembly fob’s case. It's pretty simple with our instruction.

Car service pricing for change the battery in key is from 50 to 600 dollars depending on the car.

Keyless entry remote batteries in Dodge Viper should be replaced once in 4 years, also this will vary based on their amount of use and battery quality. If your remote key fob reduced signal strength, you should replace batteries before it stop open doors and make problems for you.

If your Viper fob's battery more than 4 years old, signal strength reduced, need multiple clicks to unlock or lock doors or key fob buttons not working, in most cases battery change in keyless entry remote required. Installed battery is weak or dead with a high probability, but if it's not fix problem, key replace or repair required.
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Fob Compatibility:

  1. FCC ID: M3N-40821302
  2. Models: 2013-2018 Dodge Viper