How to Program a Chevy Garage Door Opener
One useful feature many new Chevrolet models come equipped with today is the Chevy Homelink garage door opener. If your vehicle is equipped with this useful feature, you might be wondering how to program it to fully enjoy its convenience. Follow our step-by-step guide, and you’ll be well on your way to easier garage door opening. Contact us if you have any questions or want to know more about using your Chevy technology.
Programming Your New Homelink Garage Door Opener
- Ensure that your remote transmitter has a new battery.
- Park your car facing the garage, and then turn on the ignition.
- Locate the Homelink buttons in your Chevy. Usually, you’ll find them in one of the following spots: your rearview
mirror, your visor, or your overhead console.
- Position your remote transmitter about one to three inches away from the Homelink control buttons in your Chevy.
Next, press the desired Homelink control button and the corresponding remote control button down at the same time.
- Hold the buttons down until the Homelink indicator light flashes slowly and then either changes to a solid light
or flashes quickly.
- If you see either a solid or flashing light as indicated in step 5, then that particular frequency signal has been
- If the Homelink indicator light is solid, new programming is finished. If the Homelink indicator light
flashes continuously, however, follow the next group of steps below.
- Push the Homelink controller button twice to activate. If this does not work, follow the next group of steps.
If your Homelink indicator light is flashing rapidly, that means your vehicle is equipped with a rolling code system. That, in turn, means you’ll need to follow these steps to complete the programming process for your garage door opener:
- Exit your Chevy and enter your garage, locating the garage door opener motor.
- Find the “Learn” or “Smart” button on your garage door opener monitor. Usually, you’ll find this near the hanging
antenna wire on the rear side of the motor.
- Once you’ve located it, press the “Learn” button once. After you press it, you’ll have 30 seconds to complete step
- Return to your Chevy, and push the programmed HomeLink control button three times in a row to finish activating.
- Repeat the previous four steps for the remaining two Homelink buttons in your Chevy, and your garage door should
now be completely activated.
- Once it’s programmed, the Homelink wireless control system and the original remote control transmitter can both be
used to operate your garage door. With that in mind, if you prefer to leave the original transmitter in another car,
you certainly can.
Learn More with Andean Chevrolet
Having issues programming your transmitter? At Andean Chevrolet, we’re here to help! You can consult your vehicle’s owner’s manual or our service team for additional assistance. We can answer car buying questions, like “What is good mileage on a used car?” and more! If you can’t find what you’re looking for, just reach out to one of our experienced Chevrolet professionals. They can help not only with Homelink and programming your garage door opener but also with other Chevy technology, like Chevrolet Wi-Fi® Hotspot, Teen Driver, and OnStar®.