2011 Honda Accord Key Fob Battery

“How to Change the Battery in a 2011 Honda Accord Key Fob”

If you’re experiencing issues with your 2011 Honda Accord key fob not working properly, it could be that the battery needs to be replaced. It’s a simple fix that you can do on your own with just a few tools and a new battery. Here’s how to change the battery in your 2011 Honda Accord key fob.

Tools you’ll need:
  • Small screwdriver
  • Replacement CR1616 battery

First, flip your key fob over so that the back is facing up. You’ll see a small slot where you can insert the screwdriver. Use the screwdriver to gently pry open the back cover of the key fob. Be careful not to damage the cover or any of the internal components.

Once you’ve removed the cover, you’ll see the battery. It’s a small, round CR1616 battery. Take note of which side is facing up and then remove the battery from the key fob.

Next, take your replacement battery and insert it into the key fob in the same orientation as the previous battery. Gently snap the cover back into place and you’re done! Your 2011 Honda Accord key fob should be working like new again.

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