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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: remote garage door opener
1. Position vehicle within 10 feet of garage door- engine off and battery on.
2. Press/hold 2 outside buttons of Homelink transceiver until red indicator starts flashing rapidly, then release button. This should take about 20 seconds. This erases any previously learned codes.
3. Press/hold remote control and press/hold button of Homelink transceiver simultaneously. Slowly move remote control from 5" away to 1" away from Homelink transceiver. Release both buttons after red indicator starts blinking rapidly. This should take about 5 seconds. I discovered that the Homelink in my TL is a bit faulty because it took much longer to accomplish this than when programming the Homelink in my MDX. My TL's Homelink may "unlearn" it's code in the future and the needed proximity of the TL to the garage door may be much closer than desired until I get the Homelink fixed.
4. Press training button on garage door opener unit until the indicator lights illuminates- this should be immediate.
5. Within 30 seconds press/hold the Homelink button for 2-3 seconds until the red indicator starts flashing rapidly. Repeat a second time. It should now be programmed. Check it by pressing the programmed button on the Homelink receiver.
6. When programming more than 1 garage door opener unit, disconnect power from unit before programming more units. By not doing this the programmed unit could conflict with the unprogrammed units commands.
1. The Battery in the garage door remote may be too weak to program Homelink. However, the battery may be strong enough to operate the garage door. One of my remote controls had a weak battery- my system was installed today, fresh out of the box. I had to use the second remote control for the programming of Homelink on my 2 vehicles.
2. Antenna on the garage door opener unit must be hanging down, fully extended.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
SOURCE: Program garage door opener.
press the two outside buttons at the same time. Hold while message reads "clearing codes"
Once you get a cleared message. hold the button that you want to program as your remote and press it down. The light will flash slowly. Take your remote in your other hand and hold it about 3 inches from your review mirror as close to the windsheild as possible. You must do this as soon as you press your designated button on the panel. Hold until your green light starts flashing fast. Once it flashes fast it means you have programmed your button properly.
Suggestions - do not do this in front of your garage as you remote will make you door go up and down the whole time. Also - make sure your batteries are new in your remote so you get a good signal to your button. Last thing - if one remote does not work after a couple of tries - use another remote.
Posted on May 08, 2009
Hello.I will be glad to help you out.
Choose which of the 3 buttons you wish to use, on the car.
Take the remote transmitter, depress the actuator button, and continue to hold it until advised to release.
Depress the button, on the car, of your choice, and hold it down until advised to release.
Hold the garage door actuator (while holding the actuator button down) above the car's 3 buttons.
Rotate the door transmitter until the red light above the 3 buttons starts to flash slowly.
Stop moving the remote around when the light flashes slow.
Within several seconds, the same light n the car will now flash rapidly.
Release the car's button, release the transmitter button.
Verify that the door now operates..
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
THEY MAKE THE SYSTEM AND HAVE INSTRUCTIONS YOU CAN DOWNLOAD.
PLEASE NOTE: NOT ALL BRANDS/MODELS OF OPENER WILL WORK WITH THIS SYSTEM.
HOPE THIS HELPS
Posted on May 30, 2010
You may find that this porcess is with your GARAGE DOOR opener and not the car. Rolling code technology units require that you press a button on your opener motor, (get a ladder and a light, get up there and read it, have an assistant in the car to press). what you do is press the button on the opener, to accept input signals, then you press the button in the car. Usually you get a flash on the opener's lights, then that sender (car) is accepted.
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
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