How to Open Your 2015 Honda Civic Key Fob & Change Battery

How to Open Your 2015 Honda Civic Key Fob & Change Battery

Keyless entry remote grant access to your Honda. If the keyless entry remote battery is weak you not to be able open trunk or doors from distance. Below, we outlined how to disassembly your car key fob and replace your Honda key battery step by step.

What size battery does 2015 Honda Civic key fob take

Replacing battery in keyless entry remote require flat head screwdriver and 1 CR2032 battery. Prepare these materials and tools before opening and make sure to match the type of your keyless entry fob's batteries.
  • 1xCR2032 battery
  • flat head screwdriver

Step by step instruction

A small coin cell battery installed in the your remote key fob. Open the key if it is in the keyless entry remote.

Accurately try to disassemble your keyless entry remote with hands or flat head screwdriver. Replace 1xCR2032 battery with flat head screwdriver.

Replace old battery with new one CR2032. Be sure to connect the battery the right way around in a circuit. Your keyless entry remote will not work if you place battery wrong way.

When the new battery installed, verify remote key fob functionality by pressing buttons. If everything is functioning, assemble your fob’s shell in reverse order.

At this point squeeze fob’s back cover together. Line your body two halves together and put it together by hands from top to bottom. Inspect your keyless entry remote case for gaps. If it is not tightly closed try to repeat last step.

How to replace the battery video instruction

How to replace remote keyless entry battery for 2015 honda civic si

Still not working? Buy new one

Frequently Asked Questions

Keyless entry remote of Honda Civic use 1xCR2032 batteries. Most CR2032 batteries are under $4 build upon the brand, size packaging and type you buy. You can take old battery to the store, to be sure.

Usually, after key battery replace, you do not need to reprogram. Key fob reprogramming procedure often described in user's manual of your vehicle.

Changing your key fob battery is simple to do in 2015 Honda Civic. Most of car manufacturers think of the customers and make a special hole for key fob open.

The price to change the battery in remote key fob can run anywhere from $30 to as high as $500 depending on the brand and the service pricing.

You should change batteries inside keyless entry remote of Honda Civic at least every 4 years. The term of battery vary on their amount of use, quality and operating conditions. Lithium cells normally will last longer.

If your Honda has low key battery indicator on dashboard, signal strength reduced, need multiple clicks to unlock or lock doors or fob's battery more than 4 years old, in most cases battery replace inside remote key fob required. Currently installed battery is dead with a high probability, but if it's not fix problem, remote key fob change or repair required.
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Fob Compatibility:

  1. FCC ID: ACJ932HK1210A
  2. Models: 2014-2015 Honda Civic