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So this afternoon I got a "Low battery key fob" warning. First car I can recall giving me that warning. Most of the time it just won't unlock doors or start with you anymore. However, I can't quite figure out how to replace the battery. I took the physical key out of the fob, so now does it just pull apart to get to the battery? Afraid to just pry open for fear of breaking a tab or something. Any advice?
 

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Gee they exact same procedure as on my 2013 Accord which I have replaced about every 2.5 years....
 

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Batteries Plus has a program that costs one time $19.99. That includes two key fabs life time batteries with install. One battery alone from the dealer costs $9.95.
 

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I checked my Owners Manual, and the remotes for my 2014 CR-V EX use a CR1620 battery.
They're about US $5.
Just changed my 2017 CR-V FOB battery after 2.5 years...took a common CR2032 battery.
 
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