Jeep Commander Key Fob Battery Replacement Guide (2006 – 2010)


Replacing the battery in your Jeep Commander key fob is a straightforward process that anyone can do at home. This guide will walk you through the steps needed to replace the battery in key fobs used for Jeep Commander models from 2006 to 2010.

With just a few tools and a new CR2032 battery, you can have your key fob working perfectly again. Let’s get started!

Tools and Materials Needed

Essential Tools

  • Small screwdriver
  • Precision screwdriver kit


  • CR2032 coin battery

You can purchase these items online. Links for the battery and screwdriver kit are provided below:

Step-by-Step Battery Replacement

Step 1: Open the Key Fob

First, locate the small slot next to the key on the fob. This is where you will insert your small screwdriver.

If you don’t have a small enough screwdriver, you can use a precision screwdriver from a kit. Insert the screwdriver into the slot and twist gently until the fob starts to come apart.

Once it starts to separate, you can use your fingers to pull the two halves apart or continue working the screwdriver around the edges to fully open the fob.

Step 2: Remove the Rubber Part

After opening the fob, you will see a small rubber part covering the circuit board. Carefully remove this rubber piece to expose the battery.

Be gentle during this step to avoid damaging any internal components.

Step 3: Remove the Old Battery

Use a small tool to gently lift the old battery out of its compartment. Be careful not to damage the battery holder or the circuit board.

Step 4: Insert the New Battery

Take your new CR2032 battery and ensure the positive side is facing down. Place the battery into the compartment and press down gently until it is securely in place.

Step 5: Reassemble the Key Fob

Once the new battery is in place, reattach the rubber part, making sure it is snug and correctly positioned.

Click the two halves of the key fob back together, ensuring all edges are securely snapped into place.

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I replace the key fob battery?

Typically, a key fob battery lasts between 2 to 3 years, depending on usage.

What if my key fob still doesn’t work after replacing the battery?

If your key fob doesn’t work after replacing the battery, ensure the battery is correctly installed and the fob is properly reassembled. If it still doesn’t work, the issue might be with the fob itself.

Can I use a different type of battery?

No, it’s essential to use a CR2032 battery as specified for the Jeep Commander key fob. Using a different type may not provide the correct voltage or fit properly.


Replacing the battery in your Jeep Commander key fob is a simple task that can save you time and money. By following these steps, you can ensure your key fob is always in working condition.

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