Posted by James Boyle

When your Suzuki Swift or Vitara remote key is running low on power, it's essential to know how to replace the battery efficiently. Remote Pro is here with a detailed yet straightforward guide on replacing the CR1620 battery, ensuring you can keep your Suzuki on the move without any hassle.

Step 1: Identify the Battery Type

Before diving into the replacement process, take a moment to identify the type of battery your Suzuki remote key requires. Generally, the necessary information, in this case, CR1620, is inscribed on the existing battery. Locate this information before proceeding.

Step 2: Open the Remote Key

Using a small flathead screwdriver or your nails, gently pry open the remote key. Take care not to damage the casing during this step. Suzuki Swift and Vitara keys typically have a seam along the edge where you can carefully insert the tool and pop open the case.

Step 3: Remove the Old Battery

Once the remote key is open, carefully remove the old CR1620 battery. Pay attention to the positive (+) and negative (-) sides of the battery. Note the orientation, as you'll need to insert the new battery in the same way.

Step 4: Insert the New CR1620 Battery

Take your new CR1620 battery and place it into the designated slot. Ensure the positive and negative sides align correctly with the markings inside the remote key. Gently press down to secure the battery in place.

Step 5: Close the Remote Key

With the new battery securely in place, it's time to close the remote key. Press the two halves together until you hear a satisfying click, indicating that the casing is securely closed.

You've successfully replaced the flat battery in your Suzuki Swift or Vitara remote key. This quick and easy guide ensures you can perform this essential task effortlessly. Always use the recommended for optimal performance, and you'll be back on the road with a fully functional remote key in no time. For more expert tips and solutions, stay tuned to Remote Pro – your trusted partner for all your remote key needs.