Homelink Garage Door Opener works in-consistently on 99 Chrysler
The Homelink Garage Door Opener built into our 99 Chrylser Town & Country Mini-van has started to work in-consistently. It appears that something is blocking the siginal because it will work inside of the the garage. Our 99 Sebring Convertible works fine as does our 2003 Malibu and other remote controls for the garage door. . Any ideas of what we should check for?
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The best thing that you can do is get the owners manual for your car and follow the instructions. For my Jeep linked to a Genie Door the steps were:
1. Clear the existing memory by holding the first & third button at the same time for 20 seconds.
2. Remove the cover on the opener so that I could push the transmitter link button on the door opener.
3. After pushing the button on the opener I had to then push whatever button that I wanted to program on the homelink in the car. (This has to be done several times if you have a rolling code door opener).
4. Repeat as necessary for each opener/homelink you are trying to program.
Again the best thing to do is get the owners manual for the car and follow the directions.
If you have a hand book that comes with the van the instructions are in there. on the top panel you have one two or three dots on a switch you have to hold the garage opener next to the switch in the van press both together until it flashes .
Program a previously trained homelink button as follows... 1. Press and hold the desired pre-programmed HomeLink button for at least 20 seconds (but no longer than 30 seconds) until the indicator light begins to flash. Without releasing the HomeLink button, position the hand-held transmitter 1-3 inches away from the homeLink surface keeping the HomeLink indicator light in view. 2. Using both hands, simultaneously press and hold both the desired HomeLink button and hand held transmitter button (or press and "cycle" - as described in "Gate and Canadian programming"). DO NOT release until the HomeLink indicator light flashes slowly and then rapidly. When the indicator light flashes rapidly, both buttons may be released. (The rapid flashing indicates successful programming) The previous device has now been erased and the new device can be activated by pushing the HomeLink button that has just been programmed. however, it may be necessary to follow steps 5-7 of the "programming" section to complete the rolling code training. This procedure will not affect any other programmed HomeLink buttons.