Key Fob Battery Chart

Do you ever find yourself struggling to figure out which battery your key fob needs? It’s a common problem for many car owners. Key fobs are a convenient way to lock and unlock your car without using the key. However, when the battery runs low, you may be left wondering which battery type you need to replace it.

Key Fob Battery Chart

Vehicle Year Key Fob Battery Type
Ford F-150 2016-2020 CR2032
Ford F-150 2011-2015 CR2032
Ford Fiesta 2011-2019 CR2032
Ford Focus 2011-2018 CR2032
Ford Fusion 2011-2019 CR2032
Ford Taurus 2011-2019 CR2032
Ford Escape 2011-2019 CR2032
Ford Edge 2011-2019 CR2032
Ford Explorer 2011-2019 CR2032
Ford Expedition 2011-2019 CR2032
Chevrolet Silverado 2007-2019 CR2032
Chevrolet Malibu 2008-2019 CR2032
Chevrolet Cruze 2011-2019 CR2032
Chevrolet Equinox 2010-2019 CR2032
Chevrolet Traverse 2009-2019 CR2032
Chevrolet Tahoe 2007-2019 CR2032
Toyota Corolla 2009-2019 CR1632
Toyota Camry 2007-2019 CR1632
Toyota RAV4 2006-2019 CR1632
Toyota Highlander 2008-2019 CR1632
Toyota Tundra 2007-2018 CR1632
Honda Civic 2006-2019 CR1632
Honda Accord 2006-2019 CR1632
Honda CR-V 2007-2019 CR1632
Honda Pilot 2008-2019 CR1632
Honda Odyssey 2008-2019 CR1632

How do I know what battery my key fob needs?

Fortunately, most car manufacturers provide a key fob battery chart in the owner’s manual. This chart lists the battery type and size that your key fob requires. If you don’t have the manual, you can also check the battery itself or the back of the key fob for the battery type and size.

Another option is to look for the battery type online. Most car manufacturers have websites that provide detailed information about their vehicles, including key fobs and battery types. You can also search online using the make and model of your car and the words “key fob battery” to find information.

How long does a CR2032 last in a key fob?

CR2032 is a common battery type used in key fobs. The life expectancy of a CR2032 battery in a key fob depends on a variety of factors, including the frequency of use and the age of the battery. Typically, a CR2032 battery will last between three and four years in a key fob with average use.

To extend the life of your key fob battery, you can take a few simple steps. For example, avoid leaving the key fob in hot or cold temperatures for an extended period, as extreme temperatures can negatively affect the battery’s performance. You can also turn off the key fob when not in use to preserve battery life.

What size is a key fob?

The size of a key fob varies depending on the make and model of the car. Some key fobs are small enough to fit on a keychain, while others are larger and more substantial.

If you’re shopping for a replacement key fob, it’s important to know the size of your current key fob to ensure a proper fit. You can measure the size of your current key fob or consult the owner’s manual for the exact dimensions.

Can I use a different battery for my key fob?

It’s not recommended to use a different battery type than what your key fob requires. Different battery types have different voltage and capacity, which can negatively affect the performance of your key fob.

Using a different battery may also void the warranty on your key fob. Stick to the recommended battery type and size to ensure optimal performance and avoid potential problems.

In conclusion, knowing which battery type and size your key fob needs can save you time and money. Be sure to consult the key fob battery chart in your car’s owner manual or online, take steps to extend the life of your key fob battery, and avoid using a different battery type than what is recommended. With these tips, you can keep your key fob working smoothly for years to come.

About the author, Phil Borges

Phil Borges is a battery aficionado. He's written extensively about batteries, and he loves nothing more than discussing the latest innovations in the industry. He has a deep understanding of how batteries work, and he's always on the lookout for new ways to improve their performance.