How to Change the Battery in an Audi Key Fob  

How to Change the Battery in an Audi Key Fob

An Audi key fob uses a CR2032 battery. Once the battery dies, you'll need to replace it and not purchase another key. An Audi key is quite expensive. Its average cost is a minimum of $280 and a maximum of $475. You'll therefore need to take care of your key fob and focus on battery replacement instead of purchasing a new one.

In this article, we will be looking at ways you can always change your Audi key fob battery when it dies.

Tips for Replacing an Audi Key Fob Battery

First, you'll need to identify the type of your Audi keys. This is because there's a variety of them. This means that the battery replacement process will also be different. Fortunately, experts have made it easy for you by outlining some of the following steps you should consider following.

Battery Replacement in an Audi Smart Keyless

  • You'll need to press down on the key. This will help release the chrome part of the key. Press using your thumb.
  • Proceed and remove the metal key from the shell.
  • Remove the outer plastic part holding the battery
  • Remove the battery
  • Proceed to place the new CR2032 battery. Be keen to place it on the same spot as the old one.
  • Go ahead and return the holder and put back the met key.

Once you follow these steps, you'll have your Audi smart keyless functioning.

Remote Battery

  • Begin by opening the metal key.
  • Have a screwdriver to help press against the black cover.
  • Take off the cover, locate the battery and remove it.
  • Get your new battery and place it at the same spot the old battery was.
  • Remember to cover the fob with the cover.

Replace Your Battery in an Audi Key Fob

Using the above-listed steps, you'll successfully manage to replace your Audi key fob battery. However, we are here at your service if you still have queries about your Audi and its accessories. Consider reaching out or visiting our dealership outlet.