DIY: How to Replace battery on a Chevy GM Car Remote
My Chevy Proximity car remote lasted about 20 months before running low on power and the proximity sensor did not open the doors immediately nor did it sense it after entering the car. Btw, my Youtube vlogs and reviews may also have associated affiliate links to products that may earn from qualifying purchases.
You need to put the remote on the center storage bin at the designated spot in order to power on the car and drive it. I drove it to Ikea and got new CR2032 batteries and switched it on the spot. I will keep a spare in my car incase it runs out of energy but may buy a Maxell or Energizer cells http://amzn.to/2HnnKca .
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