Question about 2010 Cadillac SRX
FIRST, look for a small screw-head or other fastener - if there is one, that's PROBABLY how it opens. If there ISN'T one, most car remotes have a seam around the edge that's too slim to for a coin, but the thin edge of a key (or a pen-knife) will do nicely to 'snap' it open. Then you can see the battery, pry it out, get a new battery (WalMart or Target unless it's weird) and put it in. When you close it up again, squeeze until you hear a 'snap'. Sometimes you have to use the 'find' button first before the 'lock/unlock' button will work.
Posted on Apr 21, 2014
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