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Re: Honda Pilot 2005 garage door programming
Hi,welcome . Homelink has a website and phone number for programing help contact.
HomeLink at 800-355-3515 or visit their
website at www.homelink.com. they have a very good support system to hep you with problems.
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This is the home link system. You can program these buttons to act as you garage door opener etc. The instruction to program these are in your owners manual and if you no longer have the owners manual there are several how to videos on you tube.
Most openers are programmed the same. You normally program the house garage opener to accept the new remote. Your garage opener will have a button to press to add in a new remote. Normally you press this and then press the remote in the car and hold until your lights on your opener flash or the garage door closes. (check your manual on your garage door opener)
drive away from your house and find a place to park. Take your garage door opener and hold it up by the openers on you van . Press the button that you want to operate you garage door and the original opener at the same time it should flash 2 or three times . Now you should be able to use the one that came with the car. (note: it will depend on the age of you garage door opener)
Try holding the hand held remote up next to the homelink (built in remote). Hold down the botton on the hand held remote and the botton you want to program in the car at the same time until the homelink light goes out. This could take 60 seconds or more. Now depending on which model garage door open and how old it is you may need to program the car to the opener. Usually this is done by pushing the botton on the back(Liftmaster,Sears, Chamberlin) or the botton on the front(Genie) and then go to the car and push the same botton on more time. I hope this helps.
If you hold the 1st and 3rd botton down in your honda built in remote for aprox. 60 seconds or until the light next to the bottons goes out, this will erase the program from the car. You shouldn't have to mess with you garage door opener at all.