Q: How do I program a rolling code garage door?

asked by on January 19, 2016

How do I program a rolling code garage door?

You can program your vehicle’s Car2U system so that you can open your garage door with your car. If you have a rolling code garage door, programming may require a ladder, as you will need to be able to reach your garage door motor. To program the garage door, follow these steps carefully: 1. Press and hold the outer two Car2U buttons for 1-2 seconds, and then release them. 2. Locate and press the Learn button (or equivalent) on your garage door opener motor. 3. Within 30 seconds of pressing the Learn button, press and hold the Car2U button that you want to set to the garage door. During this time, an indicator light will blink slowly. 4. As soon as you notice the garage door start to move, release the Car2U button. At this point, the indicator light will blink quickly. 5. When the indicator light stops blinking, press and release the Car2U button. If the garage door moves, then the programming is complete. If the door does not move, start the process from the beginning.

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