Ford Fusion: Changing the remote control battery - Keys and remote controls - Ford Fusion Owners manualFord Fusion: Changing the remote control battery

Make sure that you dispose ofold batteries in anenvironmentally friendly way.

Make sure that you dispose ofold batteries in anenvironmentally friendly way.

Seek advice from your local authorityregarding recycling.

If the range of the transmitter in the keydecreases gradually, the battery (type 3VCR 2032) should be replaced.

• Carefully separate the transmitter unitfrom the key using a flat object (e.g. ascrewdriver) at the recess on theback.

• Carefully separate the transmitter unitfrom the key using a flat object (e.g. ascrewdriver) at the recess on theback.

• Carefully prise out the battery with theflat object. Fit the new batterybetween the contacts with the + signfacing downwards. Reassemble thetransmitter unit in reverse order.

• Open the transmitter unit byseparating the retaining clips on thesides with the flat object.

• Open the transmitter unit byseparating the retaining clips on thesides with the flat object.

• Carefully prise out the battery with theflat object. Fit the new batterybetween the contacts with the + signfacing downwards. Reassemble thetransmitter unit in reverse order.

• Carefully prise out the battery with theflat object. Fit the new batterybetween the contacts with the + signfacing downwards. Reassemble thetransmitter unit in reverse order.

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