This is a good way to break the case. You're not cracking it dead centre, it's going to break, and cost you a new one, opening it like that.
Thx … it's just that I would never ever pry with a screw driver or jack knifeThis is a good way to break the case. You're not cracking it dead centre, it's going to break, and cost you a new one, opening it like that.
Every mfg's fob with a built in key makes it simple.
Take the key out. Notice 2 or 3 small rectangular or squares. They fit the top of the fob with the key running on the outside of the fob. Insert it so it fits, and turn it sideways, that cracks the fob case. Proceed with jack knife, or small screwdriver.
If you don't see how it works, I'll post a pic tomorrow.
To each their own.I also deal with ocd and I'd lose it if I scratched it etc......just need something after it's cracked.
Nice to see in the manual. I'll never do it like that tho.
I don’t think my thread needs to take this tone - if I’m taking the sarcasm correctly.C'mon man. You haven't had to take it apart yet to swap a battery?