Can I change the battery on thr remote key entry f to open and close Grand Prix doors

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Asked by StarAngela Oct 20, 2013 at 11:05 PM about the 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix Base

Question type: General

The battery on my remote for locking and unlocking car appears to be going.  Can I just
change the battery myself or do I need to go to a dealer?

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Thanks .. Now to figure out how to get the battery cover off without breaking it. Any suggestion

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Use a tiny flat head screw driver, a knife, our your fingernails to pry it apart. The plastic case is in two halves, so just find a place along the seam to pry. The best place to start is when you're viewing the fob from the side with the buttons, just to the right of the key ring hole on the bottom is a tiny gap. The battery is a 3V CR2032 button cell.

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