Its pretty hefty and seems to be the only way to open it. Check for this code in your owners manual - it will usually be either a sticker or small card in the booklet. Case separation is easy by simply placing the tip of a flat screwdriver or butter kni … fe in the indent on the side that has the Audi symbol and turning it to apply pressure pushing the two halves apart. Perform these steps within 40 seconds. The dealership is now closed, and of course will be busy Monday.
Inside you will find a module ab … out the size of a quarter that has two more 000 Philips screws securing it. For 4-5 years we growled at Lexus, thinking there was some sub-standard, defective, battery sucking computer or electrical feature that was the cause of the dead battery. The remote is enclosed in a leather case and I don't see how it can be removed to click it open. Dec 19, 2009 There is a silver triangular cap on the end of the door handle with a hidden slot in the underside. Test that the fob works correctly by unlocking and locking the car doors.
Using something like a set of average sized broad ended tweezers or a small enough flathead screwdriver, insert one tip and twist it against the inside. 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. Insert the corner of a credit card or a small flat head screw driver into this area and twist. If all else fails take it to Ford. Put some Vaseline on the cable ends and battery terminals before installation.
It appeared to occur only at super cold days like below freezing temp. You will likely have to return to a Lexus dealership with both master keys and have them reprogrammed, however try holding the key directly to the dsh beside the ignition switch for about ten seconds, then push the ignition button. Put the inside of the key back together using the two small screws. Starting procedure in case of power failure is to hold your remote to the dash beside the ignition button for 20 seconds with a foot on the brake until the green lite comes on. On the 8th time, leave it on and press the unlock button on your fob. The owner's manual shows the same instructions a s in this post.
And I have to pay for the hookup. This will reveal a small indentation inside the key. The fob will pop open. Posted on Dec 22, 2009 Holding your fob you should see a seam running along the side. When you reconnect the terminals, your radio presets are likely to be cleared out. Then point the key upwards towards the sensor and press the key button twice.
Once the case is clicked together simply slide the mechanical and electronic halves back together. This will reveal the battery. I have a 2000 s4. Js08016 answered 5 years ago Could be the alternator but I doubt it. You should now be able to lift the lid without any problems. This will pry open the fob. Close, then open drivers door.
Remove the silver glove box key from the end of your remote. Crazy, the remote battery should still be under warranty and you shouldn't have to go to Radio Shack to buy one or change it yourself. System should now lock and unlock doors. As I date not open turn more space afraid will damage. I have a 2001 Audi A4 and the 1st message is correct. Pull the little circuit board out, pop out the battery by pushing the teeth that hold it in 4. This answer is just flat-out wrong.
. The key will open to reveal the circuit board and battery. Check the customer's vehicle, battery installation could take up to 30 minutes. It's a two part sliding mechanism. Battery been replaced twice and some electronics piece also replace.