Why is HomeLink® not programming?
Replace the batteries in your remote (the one for the garage door, security system or other system you’re attempting to program HomeLink to operate).
Turn the remote around (make sure the batteries are facing away from HomeLink).
Move the remote closer to HomeLink (no less than three inches away).
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Note: Some vehicles may require the ignition be turned on or the vehicle actually running to program the HomeLink ® transceiver.
Insert the key into the ignition, but don`t start the car, then remove the key. Do this about six times, although it can take up to 10 times. When your car accepts the Key, the hazard lights will flash twice. Now you`re in program mode.
Most standard garage door remotes today use rolling code technology and a learn button on the garage door opener motor. The learn button allows you to erase the code on the unit and reset it so that your remotes and the buttons in your car will open the door.
If pressing the button on your garage door`s remote control doesn`t work, check the batteries first. Simple but true, the remote transmitter needs power to send a signal to your opener. If batteries aren`t the issue, be sure you`re pressing the button within range of the opener.
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Hold the program button down on the Genie IC2 Powerhead.
Let go of the button when the small, round light comes on.
Quickly press the program button.
Quickly press the Genie IC2 transmitter’s previously programmed button.
Hold the previously programmed Homelink button.
Repeat step 5 until the garage door moves.
Insert your key into the ignition and turn it to ON/RUN.
Take the handheld garage door opener, and hold it with three inches of the HomeLink garage door button that you wish to program (located on the overhead console).
Press the button you wish to program, and the garage door remote button. Press these buttons simultaneously, and hold them down. During this time, the electronic vehicle information center (EVIC) should display the words “CHANNEL # TRAINING”.
When the EVIC displays the words “CHANNEL # TRAINED” you can let go of both buttons. This process can take as long as 30 seconds.
Locate your garage door motor, which is often hanging from the middle of the garage. There will be a button on it that says either “TRAINING” or “LEARN”. Press and release that button.
Return to the HomeLink button. Press and hold the programmed button for two seconds, then release, and press and hold for two more seconds. The EVIC should display “CHANNEL # TRANSMIT.”
Now your garage door will open and close when you press the corresponding HomeLink button.
This process only works on garage doors that have been built since 1995. You have 30 seconds to begin step 6 after completing step 5.
1. Press and hold the outer two HomeLink buttons on the rear view mirror. After roughly 20 seconds, an indicator light will blink to confirm that the memory has been cleared. At this point, you can release the buttons.
2. Hold the transmitter that you will be programming within three inches of the HomeLink face.
3. Simultaneously press and hold the HomeLink button that you would like to set, and the button on the transmitter.
4. Keep the two buttons held down for up to 90 seconds. The indicator light will begin to flash, but keep holding until the flash turns from slow to fast. When the light is blinking rapidly, you can release the buttons.
5. Press and hold the programmed HomeLink button until the device begins to work. The system is now programmed.
6. Repeat steps 2 through 6 to program any more devices.
Hold down a button on the transmitter.
When the light flashes, press that button twice.
Hold the transmitter close to the sun visor button you want to program.
Hold the button on the transmitter as well as the button on the sun visor.
Insert your key into the ignition, and turn the ignition switch to ON/RUN.
Locate the HomeLink garage door keys, which are in the overhead console.
Hold your garage door remote within a few inches of the button you wish to program.
Press and hold the garage door remote, and simultaneously press and hold the HomeLink garage door button that you wish to program. During this time the electronic vehicle information center (EVIC) will display the words “CHANNEL # TRAINING.”
When the EVIC displays the words “CHANNEL # TRAINED,” you can release the two buttons.
Press the HomeLink garage door opener button that you just programmed, and hold it. The EVIC should display the words “CHANNEL # TRANSMIT,” and then the garage door should begin to open or close.
Hold the remote control transmitter between one and three inches from the control buttons for HomeLink, which is located on the ceiling.
Press down on one of the HomeLink buttons and hold while holding the button on the transmitter.
Wait until the indicator light on the HomeLink switches from a slow to fast flash and then remove your finger from both buttons.
Test the HomeLink by pressing the button to see if opens a garage door.
You can program multiple doors on the HomeLink.