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how do you change battery on 2010 remote?

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Old 03-30-2011, 06:54 PM
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I've had trouble opening the doors with my remote since I bought my ram 1500 Quad 2 years ago. Now the doors will only open if I walk around the truck 2 or 3 times looking for that sweet spot. I guess it's the batteries? How do you get into the remote to change them?

got it. I figured it out. For anyone else who needs to know Press button at very top of remote that removes extra key. After key is out gently try and seperate top piece from bottom piece. Battery then exposed: panasonic CR 2032 battery.

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Take the key out of the fob. Then pry open from the back by seperating the halves.
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I used one of those fake credit cards that you get gazillions of in the mail with "your name here" imprinted on them, to pry the fob open. Worked great and didn't mar the plastic of the fob.

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I used one of those fake credit cards that you get gazillions of in the mail with "your name here" imprinted on them, to pry the fob open. Worked great and didn't mar the plastic of the fob.

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