security locking key battery

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  1. imprint

    imprint

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    Before I wreck the thing, can anyone please tell me how to replace the battery in our remote locking key?

    It's a sigma type AC110 , supplied by Brownhills. It looks as if you just slide a knife around a groove between the two halves, but I'd rather know than just guess.

    Thanks, Funsters.
     
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    Mine is the same. If you look on the bottom corner near the bit that fits on the keyring there is a notch for levering the two halves apart. Take care you never know what will fall out once its open.:Smile:
     
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    Thanks v much nearly retired.

    We're told the battery is a 2025 - does this sound familiar? Senior Partner is a little scared of diving inside first, she's holding my other arm while I type...

    Cheers
     
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    Probably no solution other than to open it and find out, you'll have to do it sooner or later! Can't stop to look in mine, off to the pub :drink::drink::drink:
     
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    Never keep a man from his beer!

    Thanks very much, I'll blame it on you... it's a good long way from Glen Haggis down to Sussex, we have to do it regularly for family reasons...

    Cheers

    Tony
     
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    Sometimes you have to have the key fob reset the link to the vehicle.

    I believe this is true on my Renault.
     
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