How to Change a Kangoo Key Battery
Many cars today now have remote control keys that allow you to lock and unlock your car and set the alarm from a distance. The Renault Kangoo panel van, originally manufactured in France, is equipped with such a remote control key. From time to time, the battery inside your Kangoo key goes dead.
If your remote key will not unlock your vehicle, it means it is time to change the battery. The correct battery will depend on the year of your Kangoo, so consult your Renault dealership to make sure you purchase the right replacement battery.
Unscrew the small screw on your Kangoo key with a small screwdriver typically used for eyeglasses repair. Set the screw and the open section of key aside.
- Many cars today now have remote control keys that allow you to lock and unlock your car and set the alarm from a distance.
- Unscrew the small screw on your Kangoo key with a small screwdriver typically used for eyeglasses repair.
Wedge the old battery out from the key by using a butter knife or other small flat object. The battery will be small, silver and disclike in shape.
Slide the new battery into place inside the Kangoo's key.
Place the other half of the key in place and carefully replace the screw, taking care not to drop it.
- "Renault Kangoo II, Petrol Models 1.2, 1.4 and 1.6 Litre Engine, 8 and 16 Valves to 2006 Pocket Mechanic"; Peter Russek; 2007
Ashton Daigle, a New Orleans native, graduated from Southeastern Louisiana University in 1998 and went straight to work as a journalist. In 2005 he tackled the biggest news story of his life - Hurricane Katrina. Daigle is writing a collection of essays: What It Means to be a Saints Fan.