Is it possible to change the battery yourself? There isnt any little door or anything for access. Search around, I don't think you can count on your dealer doing this. You must go to a good one. But that would be a guess , without testing anything is possible on these. I was thinking about popping open the key to change the battery myself so that I wouldn't have to go by the dealership.
Now, using a wide screwdriver, or thin coin, release both clasps, one under the … panic button, and one near the lock button. I get a little notice from the dashboard once in a while that the battery is getting week. . The slot to pry it open is in the recessed area you see after you take the steel key out of the fob. One can easily remove the battery with a flick of the fingernail.
I have a 2000 s4. I get a little notice from the dashboard once in a while that the battery is getting week. If the locks don't immediately respond to the remote, insert the key in the drivers door and lock the car, then try opening it with the remote. AutoZone's batteries are available in a variety of group sizes to fit your application perfectly, and they come equipped with rugged, patented, impact-resistant polypropylene construction, which reduces damage due to vibration. Stick a slim screwdriver into this opening and twist it until the two halves separate. Angle the tool to the back to pop the back panel off. Use an even pace and try to go about one cycle per second.
Are you certain it's your original battery? I get a little notice from the dashboard once in a while that the battery is getting week. If you do not have these fancier features check your fuse panel for burn outs. All registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. In order to get the fob to work again, you must insert the key in the drivers door and lock the car while pushing down on the lock button , then try opening it with the remote. Lee Feb 10, 2011 I'll try to help. To open the key fob, hold the fob key-ring side up, an … d do these two things at the same time:.
My key is for a 2007 Allroad and it is a key fob for an advanced key system doors open when you approach the car with the key in your pocket. Heat the tip of the screw driver with a lighter or candle. My key is for an 2001 A8 but all may be the same. It is hard to remove this screw! The entire top will come off, not just the small square with the writing on it and the Figure 8 key ring will fall loose. I would think a data network problem. Use a jeweler's screw driver, flat head, pointed round file, or similar tool to insert into the small hole on the side.
Hold the key in your hand with the key bit pointing forward and the larger part of hosing to the right. Thats where the two parts separate. Some vehicles have an electronic menu in the dash or information center. Replace the cover of the fob by first pressing on the bottom then the top The top is the side where the mechanical key is inserted It's a two part sliding mechanism. There are no key slots on the doors at all and I think the problem is from a dead car battery, because I've used the 2 keyless entry remotes and checked their batteries, they're fine. The lid you need to open is on the side with the Audi logo on it.
That will then reprogram the fob. Anyone who owns an Audi knows these are expensive, to very expensive, keys to replace depending on whether you buy online or go to an Audi dealer. I've had it since May 06. Call us at 1-800-677-8278 We strive to provide the best price available on BatteriesPlus. The upper portion of the case has a strong snap like hook that holds it together. Caution: Do not touch the internal circuit and electric terminals as it could cause a malfunction.
You'll see the large button battery. I kept on getting Remote Key not detected. Carefully insert the new battery printed side up into the assembly, making sure that the spring metal is firmly seated against the side of the battery. Thats where you pry it apart. Once to confirm programming, twice to indicate programming failed.