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Question: Garage door remote

keglered

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I have a 2009 (C6) Corvette with the built in GM garage door remote back in. I cannot get it to learn my Craftsman rolling code garage door opener! Anyone have a solution for this or can I swap the GM remote for a Homelink?
 

Toms007

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I think that is Homelink. . I remember I had to work on my 007 in order to get it to work, but I did. I'll try to remember what I had to do. My Craftsman opener has always been a PITA to link up.
 

keglered

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I think that is Homelink. . I remember I had to work on my 007 in order to get it to work, but I did. I'll try to remember what I had to do. My Craftsman opener has always been a PITA to link up.
According to Homelink it's not their product as Homelink only has one light and this has three so it's a GM Factory remote! Thanks for the encouragement though!
 

Toms007

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According to my 2007 owners manual there are two systems available. One with 1 light (guessing this is HomeLink) the other system has 3 lights. Here are pages out of my 2007 owners manual on programming the remote with 3 lights
 

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keglered

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According to my 2007 owners manual there are two systems available. One with 1 light (guessing this is HomeLink) the other system has 3 lights. Here are pages out of my 2007 owners manual on programming the remote with 3 lights
Thanks! I'm not sure if mine says the same thing but anything is worth a try! Thanks again and I'll let you know if this works!
 

keglered

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BTW pretty color on your Vette. Mine is burgundy with a Targa top and my old one was white. It was a 92 and time to trade!
 

keglered

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Thanks! I'm not sure if mine says the same thing but anything is worth a try! Thanks again and I'll let you know if this works!
Mine does say the same thing and it still doesn't work! Guess I'll just have to use a Craftsman remote! Thanks for the help!
 

JSBZR1

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I'm having the same problem and have done a lot of searching. So the 2009 remote in the visor is made by car2u and does not support the new garage door openers with the security 2.0 protocol. The research I did suggests that you can use a car2u bridge to make it work but that part is no longer available anywhere. I had a 2006 Z06 with the HomeLink version in the visor and it would not work with the security 2.0 either but I was able to buy the HomeLink bridge to get that one to work. At this point the 2009 car2u remote is useless with the new openers. I think I might just use the opener remote that came with the garage door opener. Hope this helps clarify!
 

keglered

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Thanks. It's been frustrating and you answer solves the problem! I'll continue to use the Craftsman garage door opener as I enjoy this ride!
 

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