“How to Replace the 2011 Honda CRV Key Fob Battery”
If you own a 2011 Honda CRV, you may have encountered the problem of a dead key fob battery. Key fobs are essential for unlocking your car doors, and a dead battery can be frustrating. The good news is that replacing the battery in your key fob is a quick and easy process that you can do yourself. In this blog post, we will show you how to replace the 2011 Honda CRV key fob battery.
The first step is to purchase a replacement battery for your Honda CRV key fob. You can find these batteries at most auto parts stores or online. Make sure to purchase the correct battery size, which is a CR1616 battery.
Next, remove the key from the key fob. Then, use a small flathead screwdriver to pry open the key fob case. Be careful not to damage the plastic case as you remove it.
Once you have opened the key fob case, you will see the battery. Use the flathead screwdriver to gently pry the battery out of its holder. Then, insert the new battery into the holder, making sure the positive side is facing up.
Finally, snap the key fob case back together and reinsert your key. Your 2011 Honda CRV key fob battery has now been replaced and should be working perfectly!