If you recently purchased a Mazda with a HomeLink mirror, you’re in luck — you can set your garage door opener in minutes! There are only five simple steps required, so let’s get started.
Firstly, does your Mazda own a HomeLink mirror? If not, you will be unable to program your garage door opener; thus, you will need to consult your owner’s manual for alternative programming instructions.
The next step, assuming you have a HomeLink mirror, is to locate the programming buttons on your garage door opener. Depending on the model, the ports are typically situated on the back of the device. Once located, simultaneously press and hold both buttons until the garage door opener’s light begins to blink.
Now is the moment to push the HomeLink mirror’s programming button. When you perform this action, the indication light on your mirror should begin blinking. Once it happens, press and hold the HomeLink mirror button until the blinking garage door opener light stops.
The time has come to test the connection. Simply click the desired button on the HomeLink mirror to open or close the garage door. If it does, your mirror has been successfully programmed; congrats!
If it does not work, you may need to repeat each step. If problems persist, you may need to consult the owner’s manual or contact Mazda for assistance.
And that concludes the discussion! Programming the HomeLink mirror on your Mazda is quick and simple, so you can begin using it to open your garage immediately.