Tesla Owners: Start Here
Trying to program your HomeLink for your Tesla? The video on the right side of the page will teach you what steps you need to follow in order to quickly and easily train your HomeLink. The most commonly needed video will automatically play, but for some garage door openers, we have included manufacturer-specific videos below the main player.
Not into video?
You can also get detailed instructions for your specific vehicle by clicking your model name in the list below.
For Tesla owners who are using a garage door opener by Genie, Sommer, or who have an older generation of HomeLink (in model years 2008 and earlier), select your training videos from the list beneath the main video.
- Model S (2011 - 2021)
- Model X (2016 - 2021)
- Model Y (2020 - 2021)
- Roadster (2008 - 2013)
- Tesla 3 (2018 - 2021)
NOTE: Sommer evo+/Pearl 922MHz, Sommer 310MHz (TX03-310 on the back of the transmitter), and Direct Drive 310MHz (blue buttons on the transmitter) require use of the “D-Mode” for HomeLink programming. Currently, in Model S and Model X vehicles, this mode (labeled as “Default Receiver”) can be found under the “Change Transmit Mode” option in the HomeLink Settings screen. Switching to this mode, then following the on-screen instructions, should enable you to program your evo+/Pearl 922MHz, Sommer 310MHz, and Direct Drive 310MHz garage door openers.