1, 2, 3 - Programmable buttons
A - Light-emitting diode for status identification
The programmable HomeLink replaces up to three original hand-held transmitters used to operate various devices (e.g. garage door, gate to the property, alarm system).
You can program buttons 1 to 3 with a frequency of an original handheld transmitter.
Operation of On-Board Systems
When opening and closing the equipment being operated, parts of the body could become trapped or crushed.
- When using the HomeLink, ensure that no persons, animals or objects are within the range of movement of the equipment that is being operated.
- Observe the safety notes for the original hand-held transmitter.
Preconditions for operating and programming the HomeLink:
– The battery in the original hand-held transmitter must be new.
– Ignition is switched on.
– Daytime driving lights are switched off.
To operate the respective device:
- Press the appropriate button (1, 2 or 3).
Light-emitting diode A lights up during signal transfer.
- Always use the HomeLink opener in the direction of travel.
Otherwise, range restrictions cannot be ruled out.
- Before selling the vehicle, delete the programmed signals of the HomeLink.
- Please read the instructions for the original hand-held transmitter to find out whether the original transmitter is equipped with fixed or changeable code.
- Always fit new batteries in your hand-held transmitter before programming your original transmitter.
Allocating signals to the buttons
- Please follow the operating instructions for the original hand-held transmitter.
Clearing factory settings prior to programming the HomeLink for the first time
The following process deletes the standard codes set at the factory. Do not repeat the process if you program further buttons.
- Keep the two outer buttons 1 and 3 depressed for approx. 20 seconds until lightemitting diode A begins to flash quickly.
All programmed signals of buttons 1 to 3 are deleted.