If your Honda Passport Key Fob entry remote is no longer unlock doors correct, the cell battery probably must to be changed. In this case, you’ll benefit from knowing how to open your keyless entry remote and change a weak or dead battery yourself. If you gonna solve to do it at home near Honda Passport, use this guide, but don’t forget to check everything you need.
Key fob in most of cases reprogramming not required after battery change. If your remote key fob not working, recheck new battery voltage. Otherwise, read user’s manual or contact local dealer.
What Type of Battery Remote Key Fob Require
Changing battery in keyless entry remote require flat head screwdriver and 1 CR2032 battery. Prepare these materials and tools before opening and make sure to match the type of your keyless entry fob’s batteries.
Keyless entry remote of Honda Passport use 1xCR2032 batteries. Most CR2032 batteries are under $6 depending on the type, size packaging and brand you buy. Take your old battery to the store, to find a proper replacement.
- flat head screwdriver
- 1xCR2032 battery
If you take these tools, you can change battery in your 2019 Honda Passport key fob yourself. Most hard part is to open fob’s case. It’s pretty easy with our step by step guide.
Honda Passport Key Fob Battery Replacement
Before we start, read our article here if you would like to see a general Honda Key Fob Replacement Guide. In this article, we’re going to show you how to change the key battery in a Honda Passport. So this is really easy battery change.
A button battery installed inside the your remote key fob. Open key before you try to pry apart the key fob. Gently try to pry apart your remote key fob with pry tools. Replace 1xCR2032 battery with flat head screwdriver.
You can go ahead and just take that valet key and right in the middle. If you put it right in between these two pieces of Fob, we’re just going to use that to get some leverage kind of twisted a little bit towards you, twist it away from you, and you can just pop this thing right off, and this Fob is really nicely designed and that you’re not going to break anything when you pop it off.
It’s got some good points just to get that leverage with the valet key and pop it off. To get that out, you can just on the left side here, take your valet key, pop that out. When you’ve got a new CR 2032 battery, you’ll notice there’s some kind of longer prongs on this right side here. If you place the battery in underneath those first, then you can just push it down in, and it makes your life a lot easier than trying to push down through. So make sure to insert the battery that way.
Before assembling fob’s case, make sure that everything working fine by pressing buttons on circuit board.
The last thing to do is put your cover back on fob. Carefully try to assemble the pieces in place by hands from top to bottom. If your key shell tightly closed, we done. If not, repeat the last step.
When to Replace Honda Passport Key Fob Batteries?
Key fob batteries in Honda Passport should be changed every three years, also this will vary based on usage and quality. If your keyless entry remote shortened signal strength, you should replace batteries before it stop working and make problems for you.
These signs will warn you that it’s probably time to replace battery in your 2019 Honda Passport: you didn’t change battery more than 4 years, multiple clicks to unlock or lock doors required, key fob buttons not working and signal strength reduced.