Remote entry systems are a valued part of any vehicle, especially your Honda. They allow you to lock and unlock your car with ease and can even set off a panic alarm in case of an emergency.
If the battery in your keyless entry remote is running low, you’ll notice a decrease in range and eventually a lack of response. Replacing your Honda key battery is easy and takes less than five minutes.
Here’s how to replace your Honda remote entry fob battery in five easy steps.
Test your remote to ensure it’s working properly. If you’ve purchased multiple batteries, leave the remaining batteries in the packaging and tape them inside your glovebox. Do not apply tape directly to the battery, the adhesive will effect its conductivity.