The Hyundai Palisade is one of the brands newest vehicles, a mid size SUV that has three rows of seats. Since it’s a newer car, it has only used one key fob so far, the Smart Egg Shaped Fob. It uses an internal CR2032 coin battery inside. For other Hyundai models, see our Hyundai key fob battery page.
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How to replace the Hyundai Palisade “Egg-Shaped” smart fob battery (2020)
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
To open your key fob, first remove the internal key. Pull the little lever on the back of the fob and pull it out. Under the hole that the key came from, there is an indentation or slot. Insert a flat-head screwdriver into the slot and twist to separate the two halves of the key fob. Pull the pieces of plastic apart until you have access to the inside.
Use your screwdriver to push on the bottom of the battery. Push until the battery comes free. Take a new CR2032 battery and slide it into place just as it was before. Make sure your battery is face-up. Now, just click the two halves of your key fob back together and you’re done. No so bad, was it?
- 4-pack of lithium coin cell batteries; CR2032 cell size
- 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