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Battery for key

Have anyone experience the problem needing a key for the battery

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  • delvindavis Oct 14, 2008

    Thank you very much for responding. However are this key is the audi a8 quatrro 4.2 2006.....are speaking specifically about this vehicle?

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Please provide a little more detail.

I'm assuming you are referring to needing a battery for your key.

If this is correct, the key usually has a slot on one side that can be turned with a coin about the size of a quarter. Turning it about a quarter turn will release the cover and you can pick up a new battery.

Be sure to take the old batterey with you wheb you get a replacement. Reverse the procedure when
you install the new battery. As a mater of fact if you take the key to an auto parts store they will probably replace the battery for you.

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    Loringh Oct 14, 2008

    I was not speaking specifically about an Audi. I was talking about car keys in general. My wife drives an Infinity and my daughter drives a Nissan Maxima and there keys both have the same method of replacing the battery.

    I'm sorry I cannot address the Audi battery key specifically. Perhaps I might suggest that you call an Audi dealer, ask for the service department and ask them how one goes about replacing the battery.

    Let's try one other thing. Can you describe the key and its holder. Does the holder have any slots or arrows on the case?

    Sincerely Loringh


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