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Originally Posted by 157dB
POWER IT WITH THE HIGH BEAM WIRE AND TAPE THE BUTTON DOWN.
STASH IT BEHIND THE DASH OUT OF VIEW.
FLASH THE HIGH BEAMS AND THE GARAGE DOOR GOES UP OR DOWN...
Theives cant see the door opener so they cant steal/use it to
gain access to your garage.
Only you know that a flash of the high beams opens the ol garage door.
Most cars will flash to pass when the turn signal lever is pulled towards you
even with the ignition off....
Old School trick...
Originally Posted by ResQman
OK, now THIS has my attention... I was thinking the same thing about avoiding a button on my dash somewhere.
157, Can you be a bit more specific on instructions on how to accomplish this? Thanks!
Finally got around to doing this today! Works awesome! And no one knows I have a garage door opener!
This takes less than an hour to complete and is very easy to do. Most of the time was spent on trying to program the Homelink. And no drilling holes in my dash!
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2006 Black Convertible GT
Sequential Tail lights, Shorty Antennae, Pioneer X920BT, Scott Drake Hydraulic Hood lifts, WMS High Velocity CAI, LED Turn Signal Mirrors, Decepticon Badges
Dream list: Supercharger (either Whipple, Saleen or Edelbrock)
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