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Random elec probs ( I suspect a ground issue) 1 garage door opener built into visor and sunroof and the two courtsey lights (map reading lights stop working. Both driver and passenger side (The lights tied to opening the door works ) 9/21 Check eng light came on and cleared a day later Left front blinker stops working system indicates ?bulb failure? but all the blinkers are working except the left front is much dimmer but is working

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Yup, grounding problem.
There is a grounding strap from the engine to the chassis. It is either loose, corroded, damaged, missing, or otherwise not making good contact with the engine or chassis. If you can't locate it, then ground has been using the "pigtail" wire coming off the negative battery side.
If you had the battery or cables services recently, then the wrong negative cable was installed. Installing a ground strap (AutoZone $8) from engine to chassis is better anyway.

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HOMELINKT UNIVERSAL
TRANSMITTER (IF EQUIPPED)
The HomeLinkt Universal
Transmitter, located underneath
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convenient way to replace up to
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a single built-in device. This
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frequency codes of most current
transmitters to operate garage
doors and gates, and can also
control home or office lighting and
security systems (with the
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NEXT
MODE
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When programming your
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operating the garage door or
gate. Be sure that people and
objects are out to the way to
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damage.
Do not use the HomeLinkt
Universal Transmitter with any
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1. Prepare for programming the
HomeLinkt Universal Transmitter
by erasing all three of the factory
default channels by holding down
the two outside controls until the
red light begins to flash (20-30
seconds). Release both controls.
2. Hold the end of your hand-held
transmitter against the HomeLinkt
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light in view.
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3. Using both hands, press the
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If you do not successfully program
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Transmitter after repeated
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rolling code
which follows or call
toll-free customer assistance:
1–800–355–3515.

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Operating the HomeLinkT
Universal Transmitter
Once programmed, the HomeLinkt
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Channels cannot be erased
individually, but can be
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