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works like ever homelink or garage door opener in any car. that is the way i want it to operate.
Awesome ending Ironside!^^^ agreed.
I hated my Mazdaspeed because I'd park it in the garage and turn it off but then I couldn't close the garage door because the "home link" (Mazda's version) was dead unless the ignition was on.
The Challenger doesn't have that issue and I love that. Plus, my car is parked INSIDE the garage (where it belongs) so breaking into my car to open the garage door when you're already in the garage doesn't seem like much of a threat.
Not to mention my garage door (side door) is tied in to the alarm system so if you've broken in that far, chances are my gun is being loaded and you should leave in a hurry. :browsmiley:
Hence the need for security system, guard dog and hand gun! When it is your family involved you take NO chances! :bigthumb:No one should ever rely on their garage door to stop entry to their house. No one should ever leave their car unlocked in their garage either. I don't leave anything in my garage that would break my heart if it was stolen either. I understand your concern and it's good people are aware of it, so thanks for posting, but garages are very easy to get into anyway, certainly ones with automatic openers. Also, it is always easier to just break a window to gain access to homes anyway, now that's something to worry about. Just my 2 cents...
You probably have a "rolling code" opener. Different procedure. Involves hitting a button on the actual mechanism (not the remote). Read the instructions again.Not to hi-jack the thread or anything, but how do you setup the homelink? I held down the #1 button until it said training, and held down the garage door opener, then the home link said trained. But when I hit it, the button just said training again, it never opened my door.