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Old 05-12-2017, 12:30 PM
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Default Garage opener visit clip is too small

My '02 4Runner was totaled and am now driving a 2016 Camry SE.
The Craftsman garage opener fit fine on the 4runner's sun visor but the Camry's is too thick.
i don't have the Homelink button onnoverheaed console so can anyone recommend a way to clip my opener to the visor or a universal opener that will work or even an aftermarket homelink I can install myself to replace the overhead console?
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Old 05-13-2017, 12:00 PM
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Homelink can be added to the console, sun visor or via a replacement rearview mirror. Search the internet under Homelink. Check Ebay and Partznet You will need to wire it into the car but its a DIY job and a popular addition.

For remotes suggest calling/visit a garage door company such as Overheaddoor, a chain and may have a location in your area.

One can remove the clip and use Velcro. Some have just bent the clip to fit the visor.
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