My home link system built in the sun visor of my 1996 jeep grand cherokee
Hi you have given me a solution but im not sure if it is the right one i was woundering how to program the home link system in my jeep its a 96 jeep grand cherokee limited it has the 5.2 liter motor the sun visor has an ovel penle with three buttons it is located to the bottom left hand corner of the visor if your sitting in the driver seat and there is no digital display and i tried pressing and holding the 1 & 3 buttons like you said and i stayed constant red for about twenty second but then strated blinking really fast it didnt turn green or any thing im not sure if it can change to green i was woundering if there was eny thing else you could share with me to try and fix my problem
Re: my home link system built in the sun visor of my 1996...
Hi, there is no green button, i just bought the same vehicle,and i programed my entrance gate to the home link and worked the first time,all i did was hold my remote right up to the home link and pressed the first button and the remote button the same time until the red light flashed rapidly,and it worked just fine, hope that works
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unclip the sun visor from the "latch" side. Using a flathead pocket screwdriver gently pry the plastic shroud away around the hinge side. This will expose the bolts for the sun visor. Remove the weatherstripping partially from around the door if equipped with grab handles gently pry the covers off the hinges with pocket screwdriver and remove bolts (t30) partially remove cover from clip for sun visor and remove bolt (t20). Pull firmly directly out on a-pillar to unseat from pillar. Unscrew the three bolts from sun visor hinge side and gently unseat from wiring guide. Reaching above headliner gently guide wires for sun visor down through headliner and detach from harness.
You have what is called an OBD 1 system on board diangostic 1every thing before 1996 had this system . So an OBD 11 code reader will not link to an OBD1 or even connect to it . The OBD1 systems connectors are usealy somewhere near the battery they look like odd shaped connectors that don't hook to any thing there may be one or two of them . The problem with OBD 1 was you need a differant code reader for every major brand of vehicle GM dosn't work with ford dodge may work with with AMC jeep im not sure so your going to have to do a little home work to find one of these readers because you can't find them in parts stores anymore good luck
It absolutely is......... But what part? check all that you can, does anything light up when the jumper cables are hooked up? lights? glove box light? dome light? sun visor mirror lights? The alternator can short out and drain the battery. Disconnect it (the large cable) and put a test light in line, it should NOT light up. If you cant find anything obvious, a shop may have to check for a battery draw.
ok, this other guy has the buttons your talking about confused with 3 buttons on the drivers side door panel, just above the handle...
the buttons you are looking at on the visor are programmable to open your garage door...however since i've never owned a garage door that i use at the same time i've owned my grand cherokee, i have never tried setting it, so i'm not exactly sure how to go about that...
To program the car to your remote-hold down the 2 outer buttons until
the red light blinks or comes on(not sure its been awhile) then put the
garage door remote next to the sunvisor, hold down the button on the
remote and any button on the sunvisor at the same time until the red
light blinks. Thts it.