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Old 10-23-2017, 01:21 PM
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Key fob battery help

I drive a 1 series, 62 reg sport. My key needs a new battery, I've been to 3 places today and had different answers and no help. Some told me the key needs re programming by a BMW dealership once the battery is replaced before the fob will work again, whereas a BMW 'specialist' told me this isn't true. Neither had the battery in stock and Halfords told me they won't touch BMWs. Does anyone know the actual answer? Thank you
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Rechargeable or replaceable? CR2032 replaceable, replace it and done. Rechargeable is problematic.
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