Interesting and a little scary. In don't normally leave mine parked outside with out someone at home, but it only takes once.SilveRliner said:I had trouble to train it at first then I do an erase using the 2 outer buttons and was able to activate it Ok. My only concern is that you can still using the Homelink to open the garage without the key in the ignition and the truck is lock/ alrm armed or if you forgot to turn up the window so some one can still open your garage using it. I don't know if any one notice this or is this just mine truck, and it's of concern to me for I park my truck ouside. I tried it even while while I'm inside the truck and not seating on the driver or passenger seat with alarm on.
It's no different than a regular remote, other than the fact that one can remove a regular remote from the vehicle to prevent someone from using it. I don't personally know of anyone who takes their remote with them when they park their vehicle. <shrug>SilveRliner said:My only concern is that you can still using the Homelink to open the garage without the key in the ignition and the truck is lock/ alrm armed or if you forgot to turn up the window so some one can still open your garage using it.
+1.JulesK said:I found that initially I had to "clear" the home link of existing programming by depressing the two outer buttons at the same time for about 30 srconds. After that the unit programmed easily .
After considering an aftermarket mirror w/homelink I decided why spend $300 for a glorified garage door opener. Short story long I made my own home link system. A little velcro on the opener and in the cubby under the stereo and I have a hidden garage door opener that is very accessable.ProHonda said:No problems at all with mine, cause I have a RTS LOL
Sucks the homelink only comes in leather