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Roller Door Controller
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
lift the mat over the doorstep there are two screw (bolts) at rear righ hand side,remove them to pull back channel guide. insert roller assembly put back screws and connect door.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
Take a flat screwdriver or other similar flat tool,gently pry between the window handle and door panel,you should just be able to see the clip that holds it on to the metal shaft of the window gear,you'll need a pair of needle nose pliers or a flat screwdriver to pull it off,to put it back on you put it on the widow handle and just pop it on the metal shaft.Hope this helps.
Posted on May 09, 2009
SOURCE: Power Door Locks don't work
driver's door module should have a 12v battery feed..if this missing it could explain your problem..module not being powered up..look between driver's door and body..in harness,you may have broken wiring
Posted on May 17, 2009
If the motor still actuates and moves when activated then no replacement is required. When the roller cracked it may have however burnt out the motor. replacing the roller and realigning the window is very easy.. the parts.... go see your local auto wrecker. they may be able to sell you a roller or 2 from a wrecked cherokee(and maybe pick up a spare motor while you're at it. This is usually the cheapest solution for parts.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
NOTE: Some vehicles may
require the ignition to be turned on or to the second (or"accessory")
position for programming and/or operation of HomeLink. It is also
recommended that a new battery be replaced in the hand held transmitter
of the device being programmed to HomeLink for quicker training and
accurate transmission of the radio frequency. Please use a ladder and
do not stand on your vehicle during the programming steps for a rolling
Rolling Code Programming:
1. Press and hold the two outer HomeLink buttons until the indicator light begins to flash (after 20 seconds). Do not hold for longer than 30 seconds. Do not repeat this step to program additional HomeLink buttons.
2. Place the hand-held remote 1-3 inches from the HomeLink button you want to program.
3. Simultaneously, press and hold both the HomeLink and hand-held remote buttons. Do not release either button until step 4 has been completed. (If you reside in Canada, refer to the "NOTE" below.)
4. When the indicator light changes from a slow blink to a rapid flash, release both buttons.
5. At the garage door opener receiver (motorhead unit) in the garage, locate the"learn" or "smart" button (usually near where the hanging antenna wire is attached).
6. Press and release this "learn" or "smart" button. (The name of these buttons vary by manufacturer.) There are 30 seconds in which to initiate step 7.
7. Firmly press, hold for two seconds, and release the programmed HomeLink button. Do this procedure again and, depending on the make of your garage door opener, do this procedure a third time to complete the procedure.
The garage should now activate when the programmed HomeLink button is firmly pressed and released. If not, give us a call or refer to the "Troubleshooting Tips" noted below. NOTE: If you reside in Canada, replace step three with the following: Press and hold the desired HomeLink button and "cycle" the hand-held remote. To cycle: Press and release the hand-held remote button every two seconds until the indicator light changes from a slow blink to a rapid flash(step four).
** Check the frequency of the garage door opener's hand-held remote (usually found on the back). HomeLink is compatible with radio-frequency devices operating between 288-399 Mhz.
** Put a brand new, store bought battery in the hand held remote. During the programming process (step three above) the battery's energy tends to drain (more so with an older battery). A new battery will increase the speed and accuracy in which the hand-held remote sends its signal to HomeLink.
** Retrain HomeLink holding the hand-held remote at different lengths and angles from the HomeLink button you are trying to program (during programming step three). Try 4-6 inches away at a different angle.
** Confirm that the HomeLink button you are trying to program is in the "programming mode". Press and hold the desired button. The indicator light will be a slow blink when HomeLink is in the "programming" mode and can be programmed at any time.
Verifying HomeLink has picked up a rolling code signal:
** Press and hold the programmed HomeLink button. If the indicator light blinks rapidly for two seconds and turns solid, HomeLink has successfully picked up the rolling code signal. If necessary, proceed with steps 5-7 noted above to complete the rolling code programming.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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To prevent damage to the vehicle, two people should perform this procedure.
Remove the interior trim panel.
Remove the bolt attaching the lower guide bracket and roller.
Remove the bolt attaching upper guide bracket and roller.
Remove the guide bracket and roller from the door.
Remove the hinge from the door.
Remove the door from the vehicle.
Position the door on the vehicle.
Install the hinge from the door.
Install the guide bracket and roller on the door.
Install the bolt attaching upper guide bracket and roller.
Install the bolt attaching the lower guide bracket and roller.
Tighten bolts to 89-124 inch lbs. (10-14 Nm).
Install the interior trim panel.
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