How to Replace the Battery in Your 2019 Honda Civic Key Fob
If you own a 2019 Honda Civic, chances are you rely on your key fob to lock and unlock your car every day. However, if you notice that the range of your key fob has decreased or if it stops working altogether, it may be time to replace its battery. Fortunately, replacing the battery in your 2019 Honda Civic key fob is a quick and easy process that you can do yourself.
To start, you will need a new key fob battery for your 2019 Honda Civic. You can purchase a replacement battery at any auto parts store or online. Once you have your new battery, locate the small release button on the back of your key fob. Press the button and remove the metal key from the key fob.
|1||Use a small screwdriver or a coin to open the back cover of the key fob.|
|2||Remove the old battery from the compartment and replace it with the new battery.|
|3||Reattach the back cover and insert the metal key back into the key fob.|
Once you have replaced the battery, test your key fob to make sure it’s working properly. Stand a few feet away from your Honda Civic and press the lock and unlock buttons on your key fob. If your car responds, then you have successfully replaced the battery in your key fob.
Replacing the battery in your 2019 Honda Civic key fob is a simple task that can save you time and money. By following these easy steps, you can ensure that your key fob is always working properly and keep your Honda Civic secure.