What is HomeLink®, and what can it do for your driving experience in Kansas City and Shawnee Mission? HomeLink® is an advanced tech feature available in most new Chevy cars, trucks, and SUVs, creating a seamless connection between your car and your home. With HomeLink®, you can:
Remotely control your home’s interior and exterior lighting
Learn more about the ways HomeLink® can elevate your daily life with Hendrick Chevrolet Shawnee Mission!
What is HomeLink® equipped with to make your trips around Overland Park more seamless? Take a look at the various benefits of this system:
Getting Started is Simple: All it takes is a sequence of a few buttons to program HomeLink®! We’ll cover the detailed steps in the next section.
Widespread Compatibility: Just about any and all garage door and automatic gate systems are compatible with HomeLink®, plus a range of other radio-frequency home devices and electronics.
HomeLink® is for More Than Your Garage Door: You can program up to three devices at a time with HomeLink®! The convenience doesn’t have to end with your garage door opener.
Feel Safer When You Leave: With compatible garage systems, HomeLink® can even notify you if you’ve left your garage door open! And, you can use it to control your home lights, security system, and more, so you feel safe when entering and leaving your garage.
No Charging Required: HomeLink® operates on the same electrical system as the rest of your Chevy features. There’s absolutely no charging or battery changes required to keep it functioning.
Program HomeLink® in 4 Simple Steps
Another benefit of HomeLink®? Its ease of use! Programming HomeLink® with your garage door is as simple as the following four steps:
Three buttons make up the HomeLink® unit, typically situated on your car’s ceiling right above the center console. Press and hold the first and third buttons until your interior lights start flashing – this may take up to 20 seconds. Note: This action also acts as the HomeLink® master reset, meaning you will not need to perform this step when programming additional devices.
Once the interiors are flashing, press and hold the button you want to program while also pressing and holding the open/close button on your garage door remote. The interiors should switch from slow to rapid flashing, alerting you that the programming is complete.
Exit the vehicle and head into your garage. Locate and press the “Learn” button on your main garage door unit.
Get back into your car and press the now-programmed button for at least two seconds. The lights on your garage door might flash, indicating that programming is complete.
Return to your vehicle and press the programmed button on your car for a minimum of two seconds. You may see the lights on your garage door opener flash, which just means that it is connecting.
Need Help Programming HomeLink®? Contact Us!
If you’re having trouble with HomeLink®, contact us or give us a call at (913) 305-3320. As you get to know the various tech features in your new Chevy, Hendrick Chevrolet Shawnee Mission is here to help! Turn to us for MyLink information, to get help programming your key fob, and more!
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