Step 1. Flip over your Dodge remote and on the back you will see a small release switch. Press it down with a flat screwdriver and it will release the metal/emergency key.
Step 2. Once you remove the metal key you will notice that there is a notch where the metal key was inserted.
Step 3. Use a coin, flat screwdriver or the metal key to separate the key fob remote housing. You can pry apart the remote by twisting your object counterclockwise.
Step 4. Once you open up the keyfob you will see the battery inside. Use the metal key or the screwdriver to pry out the old battery.
Step 5. Once you pop out the old battery, slide a new CR2032 battery and press it in place. Make sure the positive "+" is not facing you. It should be facing the keyfob casing.
Step 6. Align the key fob remove shell and press the two halfs together to close the remote. Be patient with this step.
As a final step remember to slide in the metal key. Go near the car and press the "UNLOCK" and "LOCK" buttons to test the operation of the keyfob remote.
Old Dodge/Chrysler Key Fob
This Dodge key is used on older models.
Owners of Dodge, Ram Trucks, vehicles such as the Dart, Avenger, Challenger, Charger, Durango, Journey, Grand Caravan, 2500, 3500, 4500, 5500, C/V Tradesman, 200, 300 and Town & Country will find these DIY instructions helpful.