One of my fobs, 2014 Genesis with 6300 miles died a few weeks ago.
True enough but I would rather pay the little bit and not scrape, break or mess it up at this point.Too bad you didn't read this thread first. You could have done it yourself and had money left over for Starbucks.
Using a screwdriver to pry it open can deform the plastic seams a little bit, but a little sandpaper makes it like new again.True enough but I would rather pay the little bit and not scrape, break or mess it up at this point.
Still got a Starbuck, tall, black, regular. No fancy froths for me.
DO NOT use this video to change battery. You will break off a tab. Instead, get a small straight blade screwdriver about as wide as the slot near the key hole. Place screwdriver in the slot and twist. Much easier and without risk of breaking the plastic.﻿