1185 × 616Don’t we all wish someone would invent a lifetime battery, so we never need to change them? Here’s to wishful thinking because we all know that if you are using a battery-powered device, it either needs to be recharged or will eventually require battery replacement. In the automotive industry, when we think of a battery, our first thought goes to our vehicle’s battery; however, a commonly overlooked battery is the one in your key fob.

At West End Nissan, we want to assist residents of St. Albert, Sherwood Park, Beaumont, Leduc, Spruce Grove, Devon, Stony Plain, Fort Saskatchewan, and surrounding areas of Alberta in learning how to replace their key fob battery on their own. One of the main roadblocks many owners face is taking the key fob apart to remove the battery. Please continue reading to learn more about this straightforward procedure. Don’t worry; we will outline every step. And if you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact us.

Working Around a Dead Fob

  1. Look for a small release latch and push it
  2. Pull out the emergency key
  3. Unlock the doors
  4. Look for a key fob port to start the car
  5. Push the Start/Stop button
  6. If you Nissan does not have a port, place the fob against the Start/Stop button

Changing Nissan Fob Battery

  1. Push the small release latch and remove the emergency key
  2. Remove the key housing and get the old battery out
  3. Remember how the batter came out
  4. Place a new battery inside
  5. Reassemble the key fob and test to make sure it is working

That’s it; you’re all done. If you need any help, please let us know. Don’t forget to explore our new vehicle inventory and find a Nissan that suits your lifestyle and needs. We have a great selection, including the Sentra, Altima, Maxima, Rogue, Pathfinder, and much more.

Categories: New Inventory, Service, Parts

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