My key won’t open the door?

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Asked by Feb 23, 2018 at 02:56 AM about the 2014 Jeep Cherokee

Question type: General

Hi I have a Jeep 2010. I use my key buttons to open
an lock the car. Today after work It won’t open my
car anymore? Do I need to replace the battery or
the car battery?

2 Answers

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I had that... good chance its the one or two button batteries inside. Carefully pry it open note which way is up on the old battery (s), B4 removing, buy new battery install, and should be all there is to it. I used to work at Radio Shack and EVERYBODY'S key bob would need batteries replaced sooner or later. If that does not work, did you get 2 key bobs with the car? You can also order new key bob online. The dealer will program it for you for $35+. Key bob for my Jeep about $35+35 programming.

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