We're a nation that's addicted to convenience. It's probably the reason the U.S. has such a massive obesity epidemic. Still, we like things to be as easy as possible. That's why none of us wants to use a key to unlock our car doors or trunks anymore. Seldom do you see a keychain without some sort of keyless remote on it. They're great, especially in bad weather. As is the case with most modern conveniences, the moment they stop working will be the most inconvenient time. Keyless remotes show signs of dying batteries when their effective range begins to diminish. If you find yourself standing closer and closer to your vehicle for your keyless remote to work or if it's just plain dead, check out this tutorial on changing your keyless remote batteries
and we'll make it easy and quick. We can even help you deal with the batteries in your Mercedes or similar luxury remote.