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      10-02-2009, 11:40 AM   #1
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Exclamation How to change key fob battery? HELP!

Argh.. my key fob battery is almost died.
How I can change the battery? I've CA.

quick help please
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      10-02-2009, 11:42 AM   #2
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lol nah i would take it to the dealer to get it professionally done
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nah, can't wait for monday morning
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here you go with pics

1. pull out the spare key

2. there is a opening on top (you can see in pic)


pop it upwards and it will look like this
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lol nah i would take it to the dealer to get it professionally done
For real? It's a freakin battery man
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      10-03-2009, 02:28 AM   #7
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Getting it professionally done is the only option for selected individuals. Changing the battery of a FOB is actually in the manual. If such individuals spend some time reading it and study its contents, then they will know.
My gas light has come on. Please! Help! Should I take it to the dealer? I hope it's covered under warranty...
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      10-03-2009, 10:22 AM   #8
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It might be. The car is designed to be run on German gasoline. You will need to consult the dealer to see if they can ship a tank of gas from Germany. It might take 3 weeks though.
Just buy a reset tool, then you can turn off that annoying gas light without actually filling up. Damn German cars...always trying to think for you.
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It might be. The car is designed to be run on German gasoline. You will need to consult the dealer to see if they can ship a tank of gas from Germany. It might take 3 weeks though.
I got it back from the dealer... They said something about filling something. Car works though... Sure hope that never happens again!
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