Operating the garage door opener
The ignition must be switched on.
- Press the corresponding button on the overhead operating console keypad.
The indicator light A lights up during signal transmission.
Programming garage door opener: Deleting and storing signals
The HomeLink® system is programmed on the
overhead operating console and in direct
proximity to the vehicle’s radiator grille.
In order to delete programmed signals and store garage door opener signals,
- the ignition must be switched on
- the turn signals must be off and
- the engine must be off.
- When using the garage door opener, the vehicle must be within the range of the receiver.
- Canada only:
If programming a garage door opener or gate,
it is advised to unplug the device during
"cycling" process to prevent possible motor
Deleting programmed signals from the keys
This process clears all of the HomeLink®
programming. It is not possible to individually
clear the programmed keys.
Do not repeat this process if you want to assign
additional signals to the buttons.
- Keep the two outer buttons and on the overhead operating console keypad pressed for approx. 20 seconds until the indicator light A on the button starts to flash quickly.
- Release the buttons.
The HomeLink® buttons are cleared and can be reprogrammed.
Assigning garage door opener signal to key
with fixed code system
On the overhead operating console:
- Switch on ignition.
- The standard factory-set codes must be
deleted before programming for the first time.
For information on deleting the factory-set codes:
- Please see the chapter "PROGRAMMING GARAGE DOOR OPENER: DELETING AND STORING SIGNALS" on page 247.
- Press and hold the desired button on the
overhead operating console keypad until the
indicator light A on the button starts to flash slowly.
You now have 5 minutes to teach the button.
- Move in front of the vehicle with the original remote control of the system to be programmed.