“Replacing the 2014 Honda CRV Key Fob Battery”
Are you having trouble with your 2014 Honda CRV key Fob? Does it not have enough battery life to unlock or start your car? It’s time for a replacement! Fortunately, changing the battery in your Honda CRV key fob is a quick and simple process that you can do yourself.
First, look for a small button on the side of your key fob. Push it to release the key from the fob. Then, use a small screwdriver to gently pry open the key fob cover. Inside, you’ll see the battery. Carefully remove it and dispose of it properly. Next, insert the new battery into its slot. Make sure the battery is properly aligned and secured in place. Then, reattach the key fob cover and snap it shut.
Your 2014 Honda CRV key Fob should now be working properly. Keep in mind that you should test your key fob to make sure it’s working before you close the cover. You do not want to reopen the cover as it could damage the fob which would, in turn, need to be replaced.
It is recommended that you change your key fob battery every 2-3 years. However, the lifespan of the battery may vary depending on usage. By replacing the battery in your Honda CRV key fob on a regular basis, you can help ensure that it continues to work properly.