Range Rover Evoque: Programming

Programming
Programming

With the engine switched off; 1. Ensure that the ignition system is on.

2. Hold the signal emitting end of the original garage door opener hand-held transmitter 50 to 150 mm (2 to 6 inches) away from the HomeLink transceiver in the rear-view mirror, keeping the indicator lamp in view.

3. Simultaneously press and hold both the chosen HomeLink button, as shown above, and the hand-held transmitter button. Keep both buttons pressed. The indicator lamp will flash slowly at first and then change to a fast flash. When the indicator lamp flashes rapidly, release both buttons. The rapid flashing lamp indicates successful programming.

4. If, after 60 seconds, the indicator lamp does not flash rapidly, release both the HomeLink and the hand-held transmitter buttons and repeat the procedure starting with Step 2. Position the hand-held transmitter at a different angle and/or distance.

5. Press and hold the HomeLink opener button and observe the indicator lamp.

- If the indicator is continuous, programming is complete and your device should operate when the HomeLink opener button is pressed and held for approximately 1 to 2 seconds and then released.

- If the indicator lamp blinks rapidly for two seconds and then illuminates continuously, proceed with the following programming instructions for rolling code device equipment.

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