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Chevrolet Remot Control Battery oppening

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Also, the new batteries for the remote are the exact same ones as used on computer motherboards to keep the date/time, etc. So, if you have an old motherboard laying around with a good battery, replacing the battery on your remote will most likely be free. :)

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Stick small screwdriver on edge near loop and twist lots of the time connecton broken on batt hold down if not working at all.

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