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The Hyundai Ioniq is one of the newest models in the Hyundai lineup. The Ioniq has three main variations: the Hybrid, the all Electric, and the Plug-in Hybrid. So far, there is only one key fob for all Ioniqs — the “D-Shaped” smart key fob. This device uses a CR2032 coin battery to power itself.
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How to replace the Hyundai Ioniq “D-Shaped” smart key fob battery (2017, 2018, 2019)
Scroll down to see a full video tutorial or keep reading for a step by step guide.
What you will need:
• 1x CR2032 battery
• Flat-head screwdriver
• Precision screwdriver (3.0mm/PH0 or smaller)
• Pen, pencil, toothpick or another thin tool
First, let’s get that internal key removed. Push on the button on the bottom of the key fob to release the internal key. Directly next to the keyhole, there is a groove in the plastic like a small slot. Take a flat-head screwdriver and insert it into this slot. Twist the screwdriver and the two halves of the key fob will pop apart.
Now, locate the battery. You will need a small screwdriver or similar tool to remove the battery. Try to get your tool under the battery and pull it out with a prying motion. The battery will pop out. Take a new CR2032 battery and click it into place face-down. Reattach the two halves of the key fob and put your internal key back inside. Press on one of the buttons and make sure the red light on the front of the key fob comes on. If it does, you’re all set. Well done!
- Pack of (4) CR2032 lithium coin cell replacement batteries for small devices
- 8-year leak-free shelf life, ideal for watches, calculators, key fobs, Apple TV remotes, and other small electronics
- Replacement for BR2032, DL2032, and ECR2032