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Old 06-09-2004, 11:55 PM   #1
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HOW DO I PROGRAM THE HOMELINK? I DONT HAVE AN OWNERS MANUAL FOR MY 2002 SLE BONNEVILLE. AND I NEED TO KNOW HOW TO PROGRAM IT.
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Please dont use all caps.

BTW, what'* a homelink guys?
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Owners manual can be found in tech info
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/techinfo/?article=77

Just copy and paste to the address bar, pdf file.

Call HomeLink® directly at 1-800-355-3515 for assistance.

Home link are the three buttons on the top console. They can be used for opening garage doors, opening gates, turning on lights etc.

Turn the ignition OFF while programming the GDO transmitter. Follow these steps to program up to 3 channels:

1. If you have previously programmed a transmitter, proceed to Step 2. Otherwise, hold down the 2 outside buttons on the GDO transmitter for approximately 20 seconds, until the light on the GDO transmitter begins to flash rapidly. Then release the buttons. This procedure erases any previous settings and initializes the memory for all 3 channels.

2. Decide which of the 3 channels you want to program to the transmitter you have.

3. Hold the end of the hand-held transmitter against the front surface of the GDO (less than 1 inch) so you can still see the light.

4. Using both hands, press the hand-held transmitter button and the desired button on the GDO transmitter. Continue to hold both buttons through Step 5.

5. Hold down the buttons on both transmitters until you see the light on the GDO transmitter flash slowly and then rapidly. The rapid flashing, which could take up to 90 seconds, indicates that the GDO transmitter has been programmed. Release the buttons on both transmitters when the light starts to flash rapidly.
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Don't forget if you have a rolling code transmiiter you have to program the garage door opener to know your homelink transmitter.
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Homelink is one of the features I use a lot in my Bonneville. I have both of our garage doors programmed in and I have my parents garage door programmed in. No more messing around with multiple remotes or finding a place to store them that is out of sight.
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