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Hi all,

Has anyone been able to program and use all 3 garage door buttons? I was able to program one and the other 2 state their "programmed" but do not do anything at all. About my configuration, I have 2 different garage door motors. One is a genie and does not appear to work and another is some other brand I can't recall. The other brand works fine and is dialed on button 1. The other motor brand (genie) is dialed "attempted" on 2 and 3 which both do no work. It says it's programmed tho...

Is the homelink in our cars only able to recognize one brand and now a mixture of two different brands? Is this a bug or something completely on another spectrum?

Any advice will help and feedback on what you've experienced.
 

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As a quick question, where are these buttons? I have a baseline gt350 and someone mentioned this Homelink thing, but I can't find them. =/

I feel like such a newb.
 

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On the visor.
[video=youtube;jCes146NlVQ]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCes146NlVQ[/video]

By the way all, we can close the case. The genie has a "security" measure that requires you to use your door open and program it against the visor button. Then you have to get out of the car and push the button on the actual device which then requires you to visit the car and push the "programmed" button 3 times and your golden. My other one just needed the remote and I was done.
 

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I have all three of mine programmed; two are to gate controllers (basically a garage door transmitter/receiver) and one to a garage door opener. The two types of receivers are rolling Code but entirely different generations. I know that generations of HomeLink can’t sometimes be programmed for newer receivers. My 05 Corvette Home Link could not talk to the newer generation of receiver when I changed my gate transmitters. And the new factory Apollo gate openers came with a transmitter/receiver that was completely out of the Home Link frequency range. IIRC, you can go on the Home Link site and check compatibility; I think I ended up emailing them about my gate openers and they confirmed that they wouldn’t work with the system I had.
 

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Hi Eleanor, if you have the feature it should look like the video. Maybe yours is located elsewhere but probably you don't have the feature.
 
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