Honda Key Fob Battery

What Size Battery For a Honda Key Fob

Batteries For Your Honda Key Fob
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Battery for a Honda key fob is not hard to find. Every type of Honda uses different battery, but in this article we will be talking about battery for a Honda Accord. Energizer key fob batteries are a great replacement to the OEM remote battery. Energizer Key Fob Replacement Batteries are better than original equipment batteries because manufactures usually install cheaper quality batteries or products to keep down costs and get you back into the service department to make more money off of you the customer. Energizer batteries are long lasting and made from only the highest quality materials. Before further ado, let’s start talking about What Size Battery For a Honda Key Fob is best.

Honda Accord Key Fob Battery Keyless Entry Remote Energizer 1996 thru 2018 Models

This Honda Accord Key Fob Battery Keyless Entry Remote Battery is the OEM replacement for all Accord models from 1996 thru 2018. This Energizer CR1616 3v Lithium Battery will replace the original battery from your Key Fob, keyless entry remote / remote key. Energizer key fob battery replacements are made with the highest quality materials to provide you with a battery that just keep going and going. 

Make sure you have a 1616 number on the old battery in your car’s remote key or key fob. I f the key fob battery is not in your remote you can usually find the battery number on the back cover of your key fob, keyless entry remote / remote key. Energizer key fob replacement batteries are better than original equipment batteries because manufactures usually install cheaper quality batteries or products to keep down costs and get you back into the service department to make more money off of you the customer.

Energizer 3v Lithium Coin Cell Battery – 2 pk (CR1616)

All Energizer batteries are long lasting and made from only the highest quality materials. These special application batteries offer the reliable power you’ve come to expect from global brands such as Energizer. You can be assured it’s a battery you can count on since Energizer is the #1 brand of Automotive Car Audio Specialists.

  • Guaranteed for 10 years in storage.
  • High purity lithium
  • Triple corrosion protection
  • IEC: D1616
  • 3.0 Volt

Battery for a Honda Key Fob

Other models use different batteries like CR2032, or CR1632. If you would like to learn which battery is compatible with your Honda key fob, read our article about Honda Key Fob Batteries and How to Replace Them.

Honda Key Battery Replacement

Ready to find out how to change a Honda key fob battery? The following steps will show how to open a Honda key fob, how to remove/replace the battery, and how to put the key fob back together.

  1. Press and slide the button that releases the metal key, and then slide the key out.
  2. Use the key or a small flathead screwdriver to gently pry the key fob open.
  3. Press your thumb down right above the battery to hold the fob together so the contents and external buttons don’t fall out.
  4. Remove the dead battery, taking note of the positive and negative sides in order to install the new battery correctly. Don’t touch the terminals on the new battery. The oils on your skin can cause corrosion, which shortens battery life.
  5. Insert the new battery in the same position as the old one. Use the positive (+) and negative (-) marks inside the key fob as a guide.
  6. Align the two halves of the key fob and gently apply pressure until they snap back together.

If your Honda key fob has a screw that holds the two halves together instead of a button, use a small flathead screwdriver to remove the screw, and then follow the steps above to replace the battery.

How to Program a Honda Key

Now that you know how to change a Honda key battery, the next thing to find out is how to program it. The following steps demonstrate how to program a Honda key.

  1. Enter the vehicle, make sure all the doors are shut, and have your key and the fobs to be programmed ready.
  2. Insert the key and turn to the “On” position. Then, press and hold the “LOCK” on the key fob button for one second.
  3. Release the button and turn the key to the “Off” position. Repeat this process twice more.
  4. Turn the key to the “On” position, hold the “LOCK” button on the key fob for one second, and wait for the doors to lock and unlock automatically. Once the locks have cycled, your vehicle will be in remote programming mode.
  5. Once again hold the “LOCK” button on the key fob for one second. The locks will cycle, and the key fob will be paired with your vehicle. Repeat the process with any additional fobs that need programming.
  6. Exit the programming mode by turning the key to the “Off” position in the ignition.

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