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Can anyone tell me the battery type required for my key.I have a Mondeo Mk1 'Verona' (purchased from new)?The key is an infrared type.I am told it is either ref.CR2016 or CR 2032.

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If its the one with 2 buttons and the little light on its 2x CR2016's

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You need to change the batteries very quickly so the key doesnt need reprogramming. If you dont, and you probably wont, change them fast enough, heres the process to programme the key

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If its the one with 2 buttons and the little light on its 2x CR2016's

Key4.jpg

You need to change the batteries very quickly so the key doesnt need reprogramming. If you dont, and you probably wont, change them fast enough, heres the process to programme the key

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Do these keys need cutting in any way or just reprogramed ?

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Don't really get you :blink:

If the keys fitted the car before and it's just the battery needing replaced, when you take the old ones out the new ones must be put in within 15 seconds or the "code" will be lost. The key will still unlock the car if you put it in the lock just won't open it remotely

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Do these keys need cutting in any way or just reprogramed ?

Many Thanks

You have to be very nimble to locate the two new batteries (CR2016) into the key within 15 seconds,and if you fail as I did,you then only need to reprogramme.I found the attached information the best and it worked for me.

Best of luck.

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