Quick Answer: How Do I Connect My LiftMaster Garage Door Opener To My HomeLink?

You can’t program a garage door opener without a remote controller.

But you can use your remote transmitter to reset the garage door opener buttons inside your car.

Or you can use an electronic keypad to control the door without a remote.

For keypads, press the arrow buttons and the program buttons simultaneously..

You only need this bridge if your new Chamberlain or LiftMaster garage door opener doesn’t work with the old-style HomeLink remote opener buttons built into your car (usually located on the sun visor or mirror).

homelink /rolling code / multiple cars program the homelink button you wish to use to the handheld remote that came with the garage door until the light flashes. then press the learn button on the garage door opener unit and within 30 second press the homelink button that you just programmed in the car.

HomeLink® works with over 99% of garage door and gate opening systems. It’s also compatible with leading electronic brands in home appliances, lighting and security systems. For a list of compatible brands, please click on your area of interest.

Even many older garage door openers were use intellicode for their transmitters. In order to get them to work properly, you have to first program the transmitter into your HomeLink per the owner’s manual. You will then have to follow the directions to programming your garage door opend.

The procedure for programming HomeLink without a handheld remote may vary slightly based on whether your garage door has a fixed code or rolling code opener. The major difference is that you can generally program rolling code openers without a remote since the system is physically integrated into your vehicle.

What if my garage door opener doesn’t have a Learn button?

If there is no learn button, examine the inside of the old remote by popping the back off of it. If there is a series of small switches, only big enough to be slid one way or another by the end of a pencil, you have a DIP switch unit. Make sure you purchase a universal remote with internal DIP switches.

Nope, mine is off when the engine is off and it has never lost its programming. Correct. I have a 2014 Camry hybrid with Homelink and it will only work when the car is on/powered up. My 2016 Rav4 hybrid and my previous 2010 Highlander would work with vehicle off.

HomeLink® is the world’s most widely trusted and used vehicle-based wireless control system. It conveniently and safely enables you to open and close your garage door and front gate, activate and deactivate your home’s security system, and turn on or off your interior and exterior lighting, appliances and electronics.

How do I know if my garage door opener has a rolling code?

This information can be found on the motor box, along with the model number and the device’s serial number. You can also look on your remote transmitter to see if the words SECURITY+ or Rolling Code can be found. If this is the case, know that your door opener has the built in rolling code technology.

CONNECT YOUR CAR AND HOME WITH HOMELINK® AND LIFTMASTER® HomeLink offers seamless and convenient integration to control your LiftMaster Garage Door Openers and Gate Operators. For some vehicles, a Compatibility Bridge is needed to properly program the HomeLink system to our full line of products.

Compatible Two-Way Devices For vehicles equipped with HomeLink with two-way communication, the following garage door and gate products can be programmed to provide two-way device feedback: Chamberlain (MyQ Models) Craftsman (AssureLink Models) LiftMaster (MyQ Models)

Do LiftMaster garage door openers have a reset button?

In order to do a factory reset you need to locate the yellow learn button on your Wi-Fi garage door opener. On ceiling-mounted openers, the Learn button is located on the back or side of the motor unit. There is a yellow antenna wire hanging from the same side the learn button is located on.