If your Honda key fob isn’t working properly anymore, you can save money by replacing the battery instead of getting a new key fob. Fortunately, Honda key fob battery replacement is simple, and you can take care of it all from home . Read on for the supplies you need and a step-by-step guide for how to open a Honda keyfob battery, and don’t hesitate to contact the Phil Hughes Honda service center near Winder for assistance.
The Phil Hughes Honda service team is here to help out with your DIY car projects. Reach out to us for more info about replacing parts like your Honda key fob battery. First, make sure you have the following supplies on hand:
Now follow these steps to open your Honda key fob:
Before you order a replacement Honda key fob battery, be sure you know exactly which kind you need. Check the back of the key fob for the battery type. Sometimes, the number will be illegible — but you can also check the battery itself for a size and voltage label.
Most key fobs use a 3-volt circular battery, which you can typically purchase or order from a Jefferson and Greensboro hardware stores. To be sure you’re getting the right Honda key fob battery, you can order from our parts center and double-check with one of our technicians.
For more info about Honda parts, DIY maintenance, and available accessories, contact our team. You can even learn how you can keep you and your passengers protected on the road with Honda Sensing safety features. We’re proud to serve the great Watkinsville area with excellent service and special offers on your next Honda service. Need to understand the Honda warning lights in your dash? We’ve got you covered! Trust us with all things automotive!