Replacing the Battery in Your 2014 Honda Accord Key Fob
Have you noticed that your 2014 Honda Accord key fob is not working? The problem could be as simple as a dead battery. In this blog post, we will guide you through the process of replacing the battery in your key fob, so you can get back to using it again.
First, you need to determine which type of key fob you have. The 2014 Honda Accord key fob battery is either a CR1616 or a CR2032 battery. Most key fobs have a small screw on the back that you will need to remove using a screwdriver. Once the screw is out, you can slide the back cover of the key fob off.
|Type of Key Fob||Battery Type|
|Key Fob with Slide Cover||CR1616|
|Key Fob with Screw Cover||CR2032|
If your key fob has a slide cover, you can simply remove the old battery and replace it with a new CR1616 battery. Make sure that the positive side of the battery is facing up. If your key fob has a screw cover, you will need to remove the battery holder first before replacing the battery. Once the new battery is in place, you can replace the battery holder and screw the cover back on.
After replacing the battery, test your key fob to ensure that it is working properly. If it still doesn’t work, you may need to take it to a dealership or locksmith to be reprogrammed.
In conclusion, replacing the battery in your 2014 Honda Accord key fob is a simple process that can be done in just a few minutes. Make sure to use the right type of battery and follow the instructions carefully. With a new battery, your key fob should work like new again.
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