The Flash2Pass™ consist of the new, second generation, patented Flash2Pass™ transmitter installed your MINI, and its corresponding receiver installed in your garage. A double flash of your headlight high beams opens or closes your garage door. The digitally encrypted signal and rolling code technology gives you the ultimate in security, and keeps strangers out of your garage. Up to six transmitters may be used to operate a single receiver, and additional receivers may be installed elsewhere and programmed to your Flash2Pass™ equipped vehicle. A small one-time investment gets you the maintenance free system, with no remote transmitter to get lost or stolen. Flash2Pass™ gets its power from your car, so you will never need to replace any batteries. Works with cars, trucks, motorcycles, tractors and riding mowers with a 12v electrical system, and virtually any garage door opener manufactured since 1982. Quick and easy do-it-yourself installation.
The Flash2Pass™ transmitter and receiver are designed as a do-it-yourself installation. It is very simple and straight forward if you follow the instructions included in every set. If you purchase a separate Flash2Pass™ transmitter or receiver, instructions are not only included for installation but also for programming the transmitter/s to the receiver/s.Transmitter installation in a car
The Flash2Pass™ transmitter is mounted under the hood of your car near one of the headlights. One wire from the transmitter will be attached to the headlight high beam positive wire, and the other transmitter wire will be attached to the headlight high beam negative (ground) wire. It doesn't matter which transmitter wire is attached to which headlight wire as the transmitter is non-polarized, which means it figures that out itself. The wires are attached with Posi-Tap™ connectors that do no harm to your vehicle's wiring. No wires are cut, they're just tapped into. This allows the transmitter to be removed when the vehicle is sold or traded in, and the transmitter can be attached under the hood with a plastic zip tie, which means the tie can be cut to remove the transmitter.
Individual Vehicle Installation Guide
Transmitter installation on a motorcycle
Installation of the Flash2Pass™ transmitter on a motorcycle is very simple. Depending on the model of motorcycle, the easiest way to do it is to remove the headlight from the bucket as if you were changing the bulb, and connect the transmitter, as described above in the car installation. Then just tuck the transmitter into the bucket and reinstall the headlight. Again, this may not be applicable to every installation, but it is a general rule of thumb. Click on Motorcycle Installation Guide below, for more information.Let InstallerNet install the transmitter for you!
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The Flash2Pass™ receiver is even easier to install. There are two wires that go from the garage door opener motor to a pushbutton on the wall that you use to open the garage door from the inside. After disconnecting the power to the garage door opener, you will remove the pushbutton from the wall, undo the two wires from the back and attach them to the Flash2Pass™ receiver, and attach the receiver to the wall. Turn the power back on, and that's it!
If your current pushbutton console has functions other than to open the door, like light and lock switches, you can still keep those functions by using "jumper" wires from your current console to the Flash2Pass™ receiver. Complete instructions are included with every set and separate receiver.
Motorcycle/Scooter Installation Guide