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Q: How do I use the HomeLink garage door opener system?

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How do I use the HomeLink garage door opener system?

A: After the HomeLink system has been set up, ...

After the HomeLink system has been set up, it is ready to use. All you have to do is press the corresponding HomeLink button on your overhead console, and your garage door will open or close.

Tip

Even after programming your HomeLink system, the original garage door remote will continue to work.

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