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sounds like you have a faulty vehicle battery or that the contacts at the battery are corroded. The keys will not open the lock manually>?>>??. If the window is down or the door is open, pop the hood and check the battery for corrosion. If you have a friend with a pair of jumper cables, attach them to your battery following the correct procedure and see if door will unlock.
Reset the light by holding the trip odometer in while turning the ignition key on.(do not crank engine)Keep holding the trip button till the light blinks. This normally is shown in your car's handbook.
the garage door is coded with tiny switches to code with the remote if you lost the code make sure the codes in the remote is in sequence to the garage door remove the cover and look at the code and as well on the garage door motor area is a box cover remove this and ensure they match correctly
Press the button on the garage door opener (red, green, or yellow) until the led starts to blink and within 10 seconds or so, ( I think it's actually 30 seconds) press the GDO control button on the remote and the opener should capture the signal and respond to it from then on. Any remotes that were set to control the opener will be wiped and the new one will be in control. There are instructions that came with the opener that show how to do this from the remote or the key-less entry. If you are talking about an in-car device then your vehicle manual may be needed too, but the main thing is to set the GDO to be looking for the code from the car remote and when you press the in-car remote the garage door should respond. If you have programmed a remote or key-less entry then it is about the same procedure.
Depending on the name brand of the garage door opener, there is a button on it you press and you have about 30 seconds to set the button in the car to the signal. Read you car manual on how to set the visor opener, probably press and hold the button in after pressing the button on the garage door opener motor. Get someone to help you in the garage on a ladder. Mine is a Sears and this is how it works.