Q: How do I erase the memory of HomeLink?

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How do I erase the memory of HomeLink?

If you no longer use a garage door or need to add in a new door and the spaces are all full, you may have to erase the memory of HomeLink.

  1. Press the two outside buttons on HomeLink and hold for 10 seconds. The indicator light will flash.

Tip

When you sell your car, you’ll want to erase the memory of HomeLink.

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