do keys have batteries

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Asked by Dec 10, 2014 at 11:34 PM about the 2013 Ford Edge SEL AWD

Question type: General

Do the keys have batteries?  One key doesn't work unless I'm right close to the car and
even then, have to try several times.

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25,455

Yes, they have batteries to operate door functions.

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25,805

The key fob has a battery. The key itself does not. Transponder (aka "chipped") keys receive electromagentic energy from the induction coil in a car's ignition to power the chip to emit the proper encoded signal back to the car's immobilizer. The fob, however, has a battery in it to power the remote for locking/unlocking doors, trunk, etc. It takes a typical watch battery, you'll have to open yours to see which type.

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25,455

It could be the smart key like in the pic.

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25,455

Or this style.

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it has small battery in it,this is remote key also have battery

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the remote (to lock and unlock) is part of the key so I don't think that's the same as fob?? All the buttons (lock, unlock, alarm, hatch opener) all all in the top part of the key.

25,455

Like this.

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YES..!

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25,455

Your local ford dealer or autoparts place should have the batteries in stock.

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Thank you for your help.

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The three or four button remote key uses a CR2032 battery, available at auto parts stores, drug stores, mall kiosks, and some grocery stores.

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