Since your car is under warranty. Acura should have an obligation to fix it. There is no way they have no idea how to fix it, sounds like your dealership is being lazy. They can always speak with Acura head office to get help on items they can’t solve. Have you spoken with the manager at your dealership? If you have another dealership close by, maybe consider taking it there. Instead of calling, have you had the car into the dealership?I haven't tried that- but in elimination it's worth a shot. I just didn't figure an 8 month old car with 2100 miles on it would have 2 aging key fobs battery issue.