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Old 10-19-2010, 09:37 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default How to Reprogram Integrated HomeLink

1. Test HomeLink transceiver by pressing any button (red indicator light should come on)

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2. Clear all channels by pressing both outside buttons at the same time on HomeLink and hold until red indicator light blinks rapidly (approximately 20 seconds), then release.

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3. Program HomeLink with your hand-held transceiver.

Press the button you want to program, and activate the hand-held transceiver until "red indicator light" blinks 'slowly' (programming mode, hold buttons down).

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4.Continue holding down HomeLink and hand-held transceiver buttons until red indicator light blinks 'rapidly' (this may take 1-30 seconds), then release. You can now use HomeLink instead of you hand-held transceiver.

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Note: If more transceiver needs to be program, repeat steps 3 and 4 in a different button on the sunvisor's HomeLink
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Default Re: How to Reprogram Integrated HomeLink

i had a question about this and asked the dealer and they had no idea mayb you would be able to help. if you have the homelink programmed and got ur max sittin outside for the night and someone breaks into your car and hits that button, if your car is locked is the homelink dissabled??? cuz if not i wouldnt even bother prgramming it
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Default Re: How to Reprogram Integrated HomeLink

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i had a question about this and asked the dealer and they had no idea mayb you would be able to help. if you have the homelink programmed and got ur max sittin outside for the night and someone breaks into your car and hits that button, if your car is locked is the homelink dissabled??? cuz if not i wouldnt even bother prgramming it
That is a very good question.

I have a question for you. If you have home link programmed, you obviously have a garage. Why don't you park your car in the garage at night?
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LOL haha yeah i know that dude but sometimes i get too tired or if i buzzin dont wanna move it cuz i have alot of toys in the garage i have a 2 car garage with an 80 malibu an 08 gixxer an 06 raptor and the 04 max that all fits in, tightly, but none the less i make it work lol...
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LOL haha yeah i know that dude but sometimes i get too tired or if i buzzin dont wanna move it cuz i have alot of toys in the garage i have a 2 car garage with an 80 malibu an 08 gixxer an 06 raptor and the 04 max that all fits in, tightly, but none the less i make it work lol...
Okay, just wondered why you didn't use your garage.

I hope someone can answer your unique question.
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Default Re: How to Reprogram Integrated HomeLink

Yes, it'll still open your garage. The so-called factory security system is only progammed to disable ignition... it won't disable the battery out of your car. As long as your car has power somehow, it'll enable that garage opener.

I never programmed mine, and mostly likely wont for that reason.

Now, what are the odds of some idiot breaking into your car at night while you're home and want to come into your garage/house after? That's beyond me. If someone is dumb enough to rob your car and come into your place, he's asking to be killed.
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yes well i live in arizona and there is tons of theft here. and i live in a pretty decent area but the last few months everyones cars and garages have been gettin broken into so thats the reason i asked. btw can someone explain how to check pm's? it keeps saying i have an unread notification but everytime i try to check it i dont see a fuckin message and the blinkin notification is still there, drivin me nuts
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yes well i live in arizona and there is tons of theft here. and i live in a pretty decent area but the last few months everyones cars and garages have been gettin broken into so thats the reason i asked. btw can someone explain how to check pm's? it keeps saying i have an unread notification but everytime i try to check it i dont see a fuckin message and the blinkin notification is still there, drivin me nuts
If you click that blinking message, it should bring a drop-down menu. Look to see which section of it has a number next to it in the far right side.

If you still can't get it, PM me your pswrd and I'll check it for you, then you can change your passwrd after.
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