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You probably need to program the garage door opener,not the car.I have only had to program the Craftsman opener in my garage once(our 2005 Grand Caravan has a built in opener)The opener should have a programming button(my Craftsman opener's button is under one of the light covers).It will probably have the programming instructions near the button(in TINY print).You will want to have ALL of your garage remotes handy(to make sure they all still work after adding the car's remote-some openers have a maximum number of transmitters allowed.
Grab the remote for the garage door you want to program, then pick a button you want to match the door, next is turn key on push button on the truck and then button on the remote, hold both buttons until flashing red light turns green. you can do this with each button and each remote.
Press and hold the two outer buttons on the homelink system in the car until the led flashes rapidly or goes out. Then hold the programmed remote up to the homelink system and at the same time press the button on the remote and the button on the homelink until the led light blinks rapidly or goes out. It should take less than 30 seconds. ----- Then go to the motor head and press the colored learn button on the motor head and go back to the home link and press the homelink button 3 times to activate. If your opener has dip switches stop at -----. Thanks BB
Depending on the type of vehicle home remote system you have and the type of garage door opener installed will determine how you program the system in your vehicle.
Below is a web address for the owners manual to your Buick. It will show you step by step how to set your Buick's remote system to open your garage door.
The built-in system in your '98 Jeep is made by a company called
"HomeLink", a subsidiary of Johnson Controls Inc. The website,
www.homelink.com, has a walk through tutorial that should do the trick.
It's a matter of taking and existing hand-held remote control for your
opener, pressing and holding its button, and pressing and holding the
button you wish to use in the visor at the same time (with the remote
positioned very close to the visor). The appropriate flashes on the LED
above the row of three buttons will let you know when the HomeLink
system is set up. Depending on you opener, you may then need to locate
a "learn" button on the overhead garage door opener mechanism, and
program the HomeLink system into the opener's memory.