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If you have a car with the HomeLink RF system, you can use it to transmit X10 commands from your car to turn on lights. You will need a remote (we recommend the HR12A) and a transceiver, plus any modules or switches for particular devices you want to control. HomeLink provides [http://www.homelink.com/training/train.taf vehicle-specific programming instructions] at [http://www.homelink.com/home/home.tml their website].
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If you have a car with the HomeLink RF system, you can use it to transmit X10 commands from your car to turn on lights. You will need a remote (we recommend the [[HR12A]]) and a transceiver, plus any modules or switches for particular devices you want to control. HomeLink provides [http://www.homelink.com/training/train.taf vehicle-specific programming instructions] at [http://www.homelink.com/home/home.tml their website].

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Question

My car came with a feature called HomeLink. Can I use this to control X10 devices?

Answer

If you have a car with the HomeLink RF system, you can use it to transmit X10 commands from your car to turn on lights. You will need a remote (we recommend the HR12A) and a transceiver, plus any modules or switches for particular devices you want to control. HomeLink provides vehicle-specific programming instructions at their website.