2018 Honda Accord Key Fob Battery: A Complete Replacement Guide

If you have a Honda and noticed the keyless remote battery low light on your dashboard, you’ve come to the right place. In this video, we’ll guide you through the process of replacing the battery in your Honda key fob. The battery you’ll need for this is the 2032.

To get started, all you need is a new 2032 battery and a simple flat screwdriver.

First, flip your key around to the back side and locate the slider switch. Slide it over and the chrome piece of the key will pull out, separating it from the electronic part of your key fob.

Next, find the plastic piece in the middle where you can insert the screwdriver to twist and open the key fob. Once opened, you’ll see the battery that needs to be replaced.

To remove the old battery, simply use a screwdriver to pop it out. Then, prepare the new battery by removing any stickers and slide it into place, ensuring it is positioned correctly.

Once the new battery is in place, put the two halves of the key fob back together, ensuring they snap securely. Finally, slide the key portion back in, and you’re done!

It’s always a good idea to test the key fob to ensure it’s still functioning.

If you have a different model or year of Honda and have tried this process, feel free to comment below and share your experience. Your input could help others with a similar key fob.

Remember, this is simply a documentation of the process, and any additional tips or corrections are welcome. Thanks for watching!

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