Introduction

Has your battery died in your Ford keyless entry remote? If this happens your remote might lose connection from your car.Learn how to replace the battery and re-program it to your vehicle.

Image 1/3: Put the screwdriver in this space and pry open the remote. Image 2/3: You do not need to use much force to open it. Image 3/3: You do not need to use much force to open it.
  • Locate the space to put the screwdriver.

    • Put the screwdriver in this space and pry open the remote.

  • You do not need to use much force to open it.

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  • Take the half with the buttons and use your fingernails to take out the button pad.

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Image 1/2: This helps the remote stick once you put it back together. Image 2/2: This helps the remote stick once you put it back together.
  • Clean out dirt from remote cover and button pad.

  • This helps the remote stick once you put it back together.

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Image 1/3: Push the screwdriver down which will make the battery pop out of the remote cover. Image 2/3: Push the screwdriver down which will make the battery pop out of the remote cover. Image 3/3: Push the screwdriver down which will make the battery pop out of the remote cover.
  • Put the screwdriver in between the battery and the remote cover.

  • Push the screwdriver down which will make the battery pop out of the remote cover.

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Image 1/3: Put the positive side facing down towards the cover. Image 2/3: Click it into its position. Image 3/3: Take the other half of the remote and put the case back together.
  • Get your new battery and locate the positive side.

  • Put the positive side facing down towards the cover.

    • Click it into its position.

  • Take the other half of the remote and put the case back together.

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Image 1/2: Put the key in the ignition. Image 2/2: Put the key in the ignition.
  • Get in your vehicle and make sure all doors are closed.

  • Put the key in the ignition.

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Image 1/2: This position is on. Image 2/2: This position is off.
  • These are the positions the key has to be in to be on and off.

    • This position is on.

    • This position is off.

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Image 1/3: Turn the car off. Image 2/3: Repeat this eight times. Image 3/3: Do not turn on the engine.
  • Turn the car on.

  • Turn the car off.

  • Repeat this eight times.

  • Do not turn on the engine.

  • Stop on the eighth time with the key turning the car on.

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Image 1/2: You will then hear the car lock then unlock, telling you that it is time to pair the remote with the vehicle. Image 2/2: Then press any button on the remote to pair with the car.
  • The car (not the engine) should be on for this whole step.

  • You will then hear the car lock then unlock, telling you that it is time to pair the remote with the vehicle.

  • Then press any button on the remote to pair with the car.

  • The car should then lock and unlock again to verify that your vehicle and your remote have paired.

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Image 1/2: Click all four buttons to check and see if the remote is paired. Image 2/2: Click all four buttons to check and see if the remote is paired.
  • Turn off the car and take it out of the ignition.

  • Click all four buttons to check and see if the remote is paired.

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Conclusion

Once you can lock, unlock, open the trunk, and set off the car alarm. Your keyless entry remote has been paired.

Ryan Mattel

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