They do have the rechargeable battery in them, but the option that has that convenient opening system the battery can be removed and renewed, the normal type is not supposed to be renewed, Gen 2 cars that is.
brassic lint & The Nun, many thanks.
Of course, you're right.
I consulted the OH again.
Page 20 says "Every remote control contains a rechargeable battery .... If your
vehicle is fitted with comfort access, the remote control contains a _replaceable_ battery, page 29 " My underscoring.
That's what The Nun meant by " ... but the option that has that convenient opening system the battery can be removed and renewed, ... "
Just a quick question ...
What are/is "... Gen 2 cars that is." ?
So... if the battery is rechargable but those who have their mini's fitted with Comfort Access will never insert their key into the ignition slot will never charge the battery......... in order to fix this issue, does that mean inserting the key into the slot once in a while will help charge the battery and keep it from failing??
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