I mean, it's less than a month old... It should be clean!After working on so many gas vehicles I love how clean these things always are and stay. Look how nice that is.
I need to do that next, first car I buy in this price range that requires extra work for a garage door opener. Not impressed.
Are those 12 volt batteries lithium now?
Tesla is not going to invest in a lithium 12volt any time soon.
Personally, if Homelink hadn't been included when I bought the car I would have skipped it and installed a full wifi enable module for the garage door instead. Homelink is kinda crap anyway, as it doesn't know whether the door is open or closed - just send a signal to toggle whatever state it's in. I've since installed Tailwind and it's much nicer, including the ability to set "night time" so that it always makes sure the garage door(s) are closed.
There were rumors about wifi garage door options coming soon. I have a garage door that supports myQ, so have never felt the need to add homelink.
It doesn't know the state. So if you drive up to it and your wife's SUV tail gate is open... And garage door will be triggered by homelink and it'll close on your suv trunk and cost you $4000 to fix. Ask me how I know.I have a question for you guys with homelink.
How does it know what state the door is in?
So if I pull up and it automatically sends a signal what if the door was already open? Does it know?
It doesn't know the state. So if you drive up to it and your wife's SUV tail gate is open... And garage door will be triggered by homelink and it'll close on your suv trunk and cost you $4000 to fix. Ask me how I know.
I still use the auto open when going home function. I just set the trigger distince to very close like 20ft so that I can see the garage well before it will try to open. Working well for me.Ha that sounds horrible. I will stick with my regular garage remote now. Thanks