Audiovox SECURIKEY+ Programming instructions

PROGRAMMING AND TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL
The SECURIKEY+ system is designed for use in vehicles equipped with
the factory installed Power Door Lock System
Table of Contents
Topic
Preparation for System Programming
Programming New or Replacement Transmitters
Testing the System
Programming the Selectable Features
Transmitter / Receiver Information
Clearing Transmitter Codes from Memory
Turning The Arm / Disarm Chirps On
Turning The Arm / Disarm Chirps Off
Troubleshooting
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PREPARATION FOR SYSTEM PROGRAMMING:
1. CONNECTING COMPONENTS:
CAUTION: THE SECURITY HARNESS MUST HAVE ALL VEHICLE CONNECTIONS INSTALLED
PROPERLY AND ALL SECURITY COMPONENTS CONNECTED BEFORE CONNECTING THE VEHICLE’S
BATTERY . FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THIS CAUTION COULD RESULT IN SYSTEM FAILURE AND
OR FAILURE TO PROGRAM PROPERLY.
THE SECURITY SYSTEM WILL GO INTO THE
ALARM MODE WHEN THE BATTERY IS
CONNECTED. PRESS THE UNLOCK BUTTON ON
THE REMOTE TRANSMITTER TO DISARM THE
SYSTEM.
IMPORTANT: PLEASE BE SURE TO READ AND BECOME FAMILIAR WITH THE PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE YOU ACTUALLY PROGRAM THE SYSTEM.
PROGRAMMING NEW or REPLACEMENT
TRANSMITTERS TO THE SECURIKEY+ MODULE:
IMPORTANT NOTE : Once you enter the programming mode, if 15 seconds elapse with no activity on
the system, the programming mode will be terminated. This is indicated by one soft chirp immediately
followed by one loud chirp. If this happens, simply start over.
The SECURIKEY+ System should be disarmed before beginning ! You can disarm by either pressing the unlock
button on a transmitter that is already programmed, or by using the valet switch.
STEP 1
STEP 2
E
TURN IGNITION KEY TO ON
START WITH VALET SWITCH OFF
STEP 3
E E
E E
E E
VALET SWITCH ON
THEN OFF 3 TIMES
1 BEEP
CHANNEL 1
HORN SOUNDS
" LOCK "
MEMORY MEMORY
POSITION POSITION
#1
#2
MEMORY MEMORY
POSITION POSITION
#3
#4
Now press the LOCK button ( hold the button for 3 seconds until the horn sounds ) on all transmitters
that you want to program ( up to 4 ), or continue on to the next step. Remember, when you're
programming more than one transmitter, press the lock button on the first transmitter until the horn
sounds, then press the lock button on the second transmitter, etc. Never activate two or more
transmitters at the same time while in programming mode.
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STEP 4
E E
VALET SWITCH ON THEN OFF
2 BEEPS
CHANNEL 2
" UNLOCK "
HORN SOUNDS
MEMORY MEMORY
POSITION POSITION
#1
#2
MEMORY MEMORY
POSITION POSITION
#3
#4
Now press the UNLOCK button ( hold the button for 3 seconds until the horn sounds ) on all transmitters
that you want to program ( up to 4 ), or continue on to the next step.
STEP 5
E E
VALET SWITCH ON THEN OFF
3 BEEPS
HORN SOUNDS
CHANNEL 3
" TRUNK RELEASE "
MEMORY MEMORY
POSITION POSITION
#1
#2
MEMORY MEMORY
POSITION POSITION
#3
#4
If the vehicle does not have the Trunk Release Upgrade Kit installed, proceed to step 6.
If the Trunk Release Upgrade Kit is installed into the vehicle, press the Green button ( hold the button
for 3 seconds until the horn sounds ) on all transmitters that you want to program ( up to 4 ), or
continue on to the next step.
STEP 6
E E
VALET SWITCH ON THEN OFF
4 BEEPS
CHANNEL 4
" HEADLIGHT "
HORN SOUNDS
MEMORY MEMORY
POSITION POSITION
#1
#2
MEMORY MEMORY
POSITION POSITION
#3
#4
If there are no SECURIKEY+ upgrade kits ( IE: Trunk Release or Remote Starter ) installed into the
vehicle, press the Green button ( hold the button for 3 seconds until the horn sounds ) on all transmitters
that you want to program ( up to 4 ), or continue on to the next step.
STEP 7
E E
VALET SWITCH ON THEN OFF
5 BEEPS
HORN SOUNDS
CHANNEL 5
" DEDICATED PANIC "
MEMORY MEMORY
POSITION POSITION
#1
#2
MEMORY MEMORY
POSITION POSITION
#4
#3
Do not program transmitter buttons to this channel. On the SECURIKEY+, the panic feature activates
from the Lock button. Continue on to the next step.
STEP 8
E E
VALET SWITCH ON THEN OFF
6 BEEPS
HORN SOUNDS
CHANNEL 6
" REMOTE START "
MEMORY MEMORY
POSITION POSITION
#1
#2
MEMORY MEMORY
POSITION POSITION
#3
#4
If the Remote Start Upgrade Kit is installed into the vehicle, press the Green button ( hold the button
for 3 seconds until the horn sounds ) on all transmitters that you want to program ( up to 4 ), or
continue on to the next step.
STEP 9
SOFT &
LOUD BEEP
TURN IGNITION KEY TO OFF
HORN SOUNDS
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PROGRAMMING
MODE TERMINATED
TESTING THE ALARM SYSTEM:
Lock Button
Unlock Button
LED Light
Green Button
A. Test BOTH remote transmitters, one at a time. Press and release the "LOCK" button. If the LED light on
the transmitters fails to glow, you need to check the transmitter battery. (Refer to the section on battery
replacement in the Owner's Manual.)
B. VALET CONTROL SWITCH:
1. Sit in the driver's seat, insert the ignition key and
turn to the ON position.
2. Press the valet control switch and verify that the
LED light responds. Light should go ON and
OFF with actuation of the valet control switch.
4. Press and hold the "LOCK" button to test the
"Panic" function. The alarm should blow the
horn in short continuous blasts and the parking
lights and dome lights should be flashing. Press
and release the “LOCK” button to stop “PANIC”.
D. SHOCK SENSOR:
3. With the LED indicator light ON, ignition OFF and
key removed, the security system is in the valet
mode and the alarm should not arm. Press and
release the "LOCK" button; all doors will lock
but the LED will not flash. Press and release
the "UNLOCK" button; the driver's door will
unlock.
4. Switch the ignition key ON, and turn the LED
light OFF. Remove the key.
1. Press and release the "LOCK" button to arm the
system. Wait 10 seconds, then with the open
palm lightly slap the "A" pillar by the driver's
windshield. You should hear short chirps from
the vehicle horn. This is a check of the shock
sensor "WARN-AWAY" function. Allow a few
seconds for the shock to settle, then conduct
the same check at various points around the
vehicle. Sensitivity can be adjusted at the shock
sensor for best response.
C. ARMING / DISARMING & PANIC:
1. Put the driver’s window down and close the trunk,
hood and all doors.
2. Press and release the "LOCK" transmitter button.
All doors lock, parking lights flash once, horn
chirps once, headlights come on for 20 seconds
and the LED should flash slowly. (If the parking
lights flash three times and the horn chirps three
times, check for an open trunk, hood or door.)
3. Press and release the "UNLOCK" transmitter
button. Driver's door unlocks, parking lights flash
(2) times, the horn chirps (2) times, headlights
and dome light come on for 20 seconds.
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2. Slap the vehicle at the "A" pillar with slightly more
force. The vehicle should go into full alarm.
Press and release the "UNLOCK" button to
disarm the system. Rearm the vehicle and
conduct the same check at various points
around the vehicle. Adjust sensitivity at the
shock sensor for the best response.
sensitivity adjustment
SHOCK SENSOR
TESTING THE ALARM SYSTEM [CONTINUED]:
E. DEFECTIVE OR LOST TRANSMITTER:
I. INTRUSION TEST:
1. Press and release the "LOCK" button to arm the
system. Use the key to unlock and open the
driver's door. The alarm will sound. Enter the
vehicle, insert the ignition key and turn to the
on position. Press the valet control switch once,
the alarm should deactivate and the vehicle
should now start.
1. Rearm the security system by pressing and
releasing the "LOCK" button. Open any door.
The system should simultaneously sound the
horn and flash the parking lights.
F. AUTOMATIC DOOR LOCK / UNLOCK:
1. With the system disarmed and all doors closed,
insert the ignition key and start the vehicle. All
doors should lock when the engine is started.
The doors will not lock if any door is open when
the car starts.
2. Turn the ignition OFF, the engine should stop
and only the driver's door should unlock.
G. REMOTE TRANSMITTER OPERATION:
1. Press and release the "LOCK" button, the system
should arm and lock all doors.
2. Press and release the "UNLOCK" button, the
system will disarm and unlock the driver's door.
3. Press and release the "UNLOCK" button again,
the system should unlock all doors.
4. Lock the doors with the vehicle door switch. Press
and release the "UNLOCK" button, all doors
should unlock.
H. HEADLIGHT ACTIVATION:
1. Press and release the "GREEN" button. The
vehicle’s headlights should turn on for 20
seconds...or until the ignition key is turned on.
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2. Disarm the security system by pressing and
releasing the "UNLOCK" button. The system
should sound (4) chirps of the horn, the parking
lights should flash (4) times, indicating vehicle
intrusion.
3. Perform another intrusion test by pressing the
“LOCK” button, wait 10 seconds, then open the
hood. The alarm should sound the horn
indicating vehicle intrusion. Press and release
the "UNLOCK" button to disarm the system and
unlock the driver's door.
4. The LED should indicate the point of intrusion
after disarming the system. Observe the LED
for 1, or 3 flashes. Compare your observations
to the following.
(1) Flash = Shock Sensor or Trunk
(2) Flashes = Hood
(3) Flashes = Vehicle Doors
THE SYSTEM AUTOMATICALLY CLEARS ALL
STORED VIOLATIONS WHEN THE IGNITION
SWITCH IS TURNED TO THE "ON" POSITION.
PROGRAMMING THE SELECTABLE FEATURES:
The SECURIKEY+ system offers a number of selectable features that can be changed, allowing you to custom fit the system to your customer. The following is a list of the
features that are selectable and can be changed using the valet switch and any transmitter that is programmed to the system installed in the vehicle.
FEATURE #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
FUNCTION
1 CHIRP
Headlights on for 20 seconds during disarm
Headlights on for 20 seconds during arm
Automatic ignition controlled door lock
Automatic ignition controlled door unlock
Auto unlock driver's door only or all doors
Active or Passive arming
Active or Passive door locks
Chirp Volume - Soft or Loud
Panic on lock button or option button
Trunk Release hold 1 second or 2 presses
ON
ON
ON
ON
Driver's Door
Passive
Passive
Soft
Option
Hold 1 Sec
2 CHIRPS
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
All Doors
Active
Active
Loud
Lock
2 Times
To change the selection of any of these features, follow the step by step programming procedures, and do not allow more than 15 seconds to pass between any two steps or the
system will terminate the programming mode. There is no need to complete the entire programming sequence. After the appropriate features have been changed, simply turn the
ignition key off to terminate the programming mode.
1. Be sure that the SECURIKEY+ system is disarmed, and the lighted valet switch is in the off ( out ) position before you begin.
2. Turn the vehicle's ignition key to the on position.
3. Press then release the L.E.D. valet switch 6 times.
4. Immediately turn the ignition key off then back on.
FEATURE 1
LED Flashes 1 Time
1 Chirp = Headlights ON During Disarm
Horn Chirps either 1 or 2 Times
2 Chirps = Headlights OFF During Disarm
To change the selection, press and release the lock button on the transmitter, which will be indicated by the appropriate 1 or 2 chirp signal from the horn. If you do not want to
change this feature, simply press and release the L.E.D. valet switch 2 times to advance to programmable feature number 2.
FEATURE 2
LED Flashes 2 Times
1 Chirp = Headlights ON During Arm
Horn Chirps either 1 or 2 Times
2 Chirps = Headlights OFF During Arm
To change the selection, press and release the lock button on the transmitter, which will be indicated by the appropriate 1 or 2 chirp signal from the horn. If you do not want to
change this feature, simply press and release the L.E.D. valet switch 2 times to advance to programmable feature number 3.
FEATURE 3
LED Flashes 3 Times
1 Chirp = Ignition controlled door locks ON
Horn Chirps either 1 or 2 Times
2 Chirps = Ignition controlled door locks OFF
To change the selection, press and release the lock button on the transmitter, which will be indicated by the appropriate 1 or 2 chirp signal from the horn. If you do not want to
change this feature, simply press and release the L.E.D. valet switch 2 times to advance to programmable feature number 4.
FEATURE 4
LED Flashes 4 Times
1 Chirp = Ignition controlled unlock ON
Horn Chirps either 1 or 2 Times
2 Chirps = Ignition controlled unlock OFF
To change the selection, press the lock button on the transmitter, which will be indicated by the appropriate 1 or 2 chirp signal from the horn. If you do not want to change this
feature, simply press and release the L.E.D. valet switch 2 times to advance to programmable feature number 5.
FEATURE 5
LED Flashes 5 Times
1 Chirp = Ignition controlled unlock DRIVER'S DOOR
Horn Chirps either 1 or 2 Times
2 Chirps = Ignition controlled unlock ALL DOORS
To change the selection, press the lock button on the transmitter, which will be indicated by the appropriate 1 or 2 chirp signal from the horn. If you do not want to change this
feature, simply press and release the L.E.D. valet switch 2 times to advance to programmable feature number 6.
FEATURE 6
LED Flashes 6 Times
1 Chirp = PASSIVE ARMING ( Automatic Arming )
Horn Chirps either 1 or 2 Times
2 Chirps = ACTIVE ARMING ( Arm by Remote Only )
To change the selection, press the lock button on the transmitter, which will be indicated by the appropriate 1 or 2 chirp signal from the horn. If you do not want to change this
feature, simply press and release the L.E.D. valet switch 2 times to advance to programmable feature number 7.
FEATURE 7
LED Flashes 7 Times
1 Chirp = PASSIVE DOOR LOCKS
Horn Chirps either 1 or 2 Times
2 Chirps = ACTIVE DOOR LOCKS
To change the selection, press the lock button on the transmitter, which will be indicated by the appropriate 1 or 2 chirp signal from the horn. If you do not want to change this
feature, simply press and release the L.E.D. valet switch 2 times to advance to programmable feature number 8.
FEATURE 8
LED Flashes 8 Times
1 Chirp =SOFT Horn Chirps
Horn Chirps either 1 or 2 Times
2 Chirps = LOUD Horn Chirps
To change the selection, press the lock button on the transmitter, which will be indicated by the appropriate 1 or 2 chirp signal from the horn. If you do not want to change this
feature, simply press and release the L.E.D. valet switch 2 times to advance to programmable feature number 9.
FEATURE 9
Do not change this feature selection. It should be left in the factory preset ( 1 chirp ) mode. Press and release the L.E.D. valet switch 2
times to advance to programmable feature number 10.
FEATURE 10
Do not change this feature selection. It should be left in the factory preset ( 2 chirp ) mode. Press and release the L.E.D. valet switch 2
times to terminate the feature programming mode.
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WHAT IS A RECEIVER CHANNEL ?
The SECURIKEY+ control module includes a 6 Channel Receiver, and each channel can learn and memorize four different transmitter
codes. Each receiver channel is reserved for a particular remote control function of the system.
The chart shown below is a diagram of the actual configuration of the memory positions available in the SECURIKEY+ main control
module. As you can see, the module can store transmitter codes in ( 4 ) different memory positions ( A,B,C, & D ) for each of the ( 6 )
different receiver channels ( or functions ). In total, the module is equipped with storage for 24 different transmitter codes, four for each
function.
MEMORY
POSITION A
MEMORY
POSITION B
MEMORY
POSITION C
MEMORY
POSITION D
Channel 1 - Lock & Remote Panic
1A
1B
1C
1D
Channel 2 - Unlock
2A
2B
2C
2D
Channel 3 - Trunk Release
3A
3B
3C
3D
Channel 4 - Remote Headlight Activation
4A
4B
4C
4D
Channel 5 - Optional Panic from Green Button
5A
5B
5C
5D
Channel 6 - Remote Starter
6A
6B
6C
6D
RECEIVER CHANNEL / SYSTEM FUNCTION
WHAT IS A TRANSMITTER CODE ?
TRANSMITTER
It is important to remember that the description " transmitter code "
CODE NUMBER
does not refer to an actual transmitter, but instead refers to a button
of a transmitter. This alone is the one key point that many security
TRANSMITTER CODE
technicians do not completely understand, and this can cause some
confusion. With that in mind, please refer to the chart at the right.
1
As you can see in these diagrams, each SECURIKEY+ transmitter is
capable of producing 7 different transmitter codes by activating the
button (s) that are shaded black. In the industry, the codes are typically
referred to as transmitter channels , and as you can see the
SECURIKEY+ key is a 7 channel transmitter.
TRANSMITTER CODE
2
Another important fact is that no two SECURIKEY+ transmitters are TRANSMITTER CODE
identical. This is actually not a fact, and the fact is that out of every
16,777,216 transmitters produced, two will be identical; but for this
discussion it is safe to say that no two SECURIKEY+ transmitters are
identical. The reason that this point comes up is to understand that if TRANSMITTER CODE
you have ( 2 ) SECURIKEY+ transmitters, you have access to 14
different transmitter codes, and not 7 codes twice.
3
4
Some other important facts that you will want to know and understand
TRANSMITTER CODE
are;
5
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An individual transmitter code ( button ) can be learned and stored
into all 4 memory positions of a single receiver channel.
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Each individual transmitter code can be learned and stored into
only one receiver channel of each system. This means that a
transmitter button ( code ) can not be learned to activate both
receiver channel 1 ( lock ) and receiver channel 2 ( unlock ).
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TRANSMITTER CODE
When a new transmitter is learned, any code stored in memory
position D is erased. The new code is stored in position A, and
the other codes are advanced ( A to B ; B to C ; C to D ).
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TRANSMITTER CODE
6
7
TRANSMITTER BUTTON
ACTIVATION
WHY IS THIS INFORMATION IMPORTANT ?
Let's first consider that any SECURIKEY+5 transmitter code or button can be programmed into any one of the six receiver channels of
the system. The system will allow you to program transmitter code 1 ( lock button ) into receiver channel 4 ( headlight activation ), but
since the lock and unlock buttons are clearly marked with icons describing their function, these two buttons should always be programmed into receiver channels 1 and 2.
Since the system will allow you to program these buttons into the wrong receiver channel, it is very important that you listen to the chirps
from the horn when you enter the programming mode. The horn will always tell you which receiver channel that you have progressed into
for programming; just simply count the number of chirps from the horn.
Now, if you have mistakenly programmed the lock button into receiver channel 4, when you test the system the lock button will not lock
the doors or arm the alarm, but it will turn the headlights on, as this is the correct function of receiver channel 4. Next when you attempt
to re - program that same transmitter, you find that when you advance to receiver channel 1, then press the lock button, the system will
not learn the remote ( indicated by the loud horn chirp ). It is important to know that this is not a defective transmitter or module, and you
will just need to " clear " the transmitter code from the incorrect receiver channel.
CLEARING TRANSMITTER CODES FROM MEMORY:
"QUICK CLEARING" PROCEDURE:
A. This procedure will erase all previously coded transmitter buttons, clearing the way to allow
trouble free programming of the required transmitters. After you have cleared all transmitter
codes, you must reprogram the original transmitter to the system. To clear the security
system memory, proceed as follows:
Press to
disarm
Disarm the system. Valet/LED control switch should
be in the "OFF" position before you start.
Valet control
switch OUT
Insert ignition key, turn to "ON" position.
Press the valet control switch IN then OUT 3 times.
(The horn will chirp (1) time and L.E.D. flashes (1)
time to indicate the system is in the program mode.)
Valet control
switch IN
Valet control
switch OUT
(Horn 1 chirp)
3 times =
(LED 1 flash)
Turn ignition key "OFF" to "ON" 3 times rapidly. This
procedure initiates the "quick clearing" mode.
OFF
Turn ignition "OFF"
ON
=
Short Chirp
followed by
long chirp
OFF
ON
OFF
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=
Short Chirp
followed by
long chirp
OFF
=
ON
=
Long chirp
SYSTEM MEMORY CLEARED
TURNING THE ARM / DISARM CHIRPS ON:
STEP 1
E
THEN
THEN
START WITH VALET SWITCH OFF
TURN IGNITION KEY TO ON
TURN IGNITION KEY TO OFF
STEP 2
E E E E E E
1 CHIRP =
CHIRPS ON
THEN
HORN SOUNDS 1 CHIRP = CHIRPS ON
WITHIN 5 SECONDS, VALET SWITCH ON AND THEN OFF 3 TIMES
TURNING THE ARM / DISARM CHIRPS OFF:
NOTE : Whenever the chirps are turned off, the 4 chirp intrusion indicator and 3 chirp defective zone
indicator will always operate. These are important warnings to you that something has happened, and they
can not be turned off.
STEP 1
E
START WITH VALET SWITCH OFF
THEN
THEN
TURN IGNITION KEY TO ON
TURN IGNITION KEY TO OFF
STEP 2
E E E E E E
WITHIN 5 SECONDS, VALET SWITCH ON AND THEN OFF 3 TIMES
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THEN
2 CHIRPS =
CHIRPS OFF
HORN SOUNDS 2 CHIRPS = CHIRPS OFF
TROUBLESHOOTING - Transmitters:
SYMPTOM
One or both of my transmitters doesn't work any more ( stopped working ).
HELPFUL HINT : If a transmitter has been programmed to the system at one time, it will remain
programmed. Disconnecting the vehicle's battery or removing the transmitter battery will not erase
transmitter codes from the SECURIKEY+ system's memory. The only way transmitter codes are removed
from the system memory is by deliberately programming different transmitters, deliberately bumping
the codes out of memory, or deliberately erasing the system's memory !
DO NOT reprogram transmitters that you know are already programmed to the system. Instead, first
check to see if the transmitter needs to be realigned to the system.
BEGIN TROUBLESHOOTING
Does the Red L.E.D. on the transmitter flash rapidly and flash
brightly when any of the transmitter buttons are pressed ?
YES
NO
Were the transmitters in question ever
programmed to operate the system ?
Replace the transmitter battery, then test the
transmitter. Does the system operate now ?
YES
NO
YES
NO
*Press and release
the LOCK button on
the transmitter two
times within 1 second.
*Program transmitter
to the system.
Diagnosis
Completed.
Does the transmitter
L.E.D. flash now ?
*If a programming
attempt failed, you
will need to erase
existing transmitter
codes first. ( page 8 ).
YES
NO
Start again from the
beginning.
Defective transmitter.
Replace transmitter.
*Try pressing the
LOCK button 10 times
within five seconds.
QUESTION
Does the system now operate properly ?
YES
NO
Diagnosis
Completed.
Defective transmitter.
Replace transmitter.
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TROUBLESHOOTING - Horn / Chirps:
My system does not chirp when Arming and Disarming.
I cannot turn my chirps on ( or off ).
The alarm will set, but will not sound when opening a door.
SYMPTOMS
HELPFUL HINTS :
1) The arm and disarm chirps are turned on and off by using the L.E.D. / Valet switch in combination
with the ignition switch. The SECURIKEY+ system does not use dip switches to turn the chirps on
and off.
2) When the chirps are turned off, the 3 chirp ( armed with a door open - "defective zone" ) and 4 chirp
( disarm after alarm trigger - "intrusion alert" ) signals will always remain on. There is no way to defeat
the 3 and 4 chirp signals.
BEGIN TROUBLESHOOTING
Open the driver's door, then press the LOCK button to arm
the system. Did the horn chirp 3 times ?
YES
NO
*Turn the chirps ON according to the
procedure on page 9.
Does the SECURIKEY+ system make the horn
sound under any conditions, ( IE: full trigger, prewarn, or remote panic ?
QUESTION
Does the system operate properly now ?
YES
NO
Diagnosis
Completed.
The procedure to turn
chirps on will not
work.
YES
NO
*Repair BROWN door
trigger wire from
alarm, or the defective
door pin switch, then
start over.
*Inspect and repair
GREEN with RED
STRIPE horn wire
from alarm harness.
QUESTION
QUESTION
Turn the ignition key to ON, then push the L.E.D.
/ Valet switch to the ON ( IN ) position. Does the
dash L.E.D. turn On ?
Does the SECURIKEY+ system make the horn
sound under any conditions, ( IE: full trigger, prewarn, or remote panic ) now ?
YES
NO
YES
NO
*Repeat procedure to
turn chirps on, but
this time quicker. You
have only 5 seconds
to complete this.
*Repair connection
on YELLOW ignition
wire on the alarm
harness.
Start again from the
beginning.
Defective module.
Replace module.
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TROUBLESHOOTING:
4.
Reading the Connection Points at the 24 pin Main Alarm Connector :
A. When checking the 24 pin main alarm connector, be sure that it is disconnected from the alarm
control module. All other connections to the main alarm harness should remain connected.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
24 PIN MAIN ALARM CONNECTOR
( TERMINAL VIEW )
PIN 1 - DOOR TRIGGER - BROWN WIRE
Pin 1 to Ground Approximately 12 Volts with all doors
closed.
0 Volts with LF or RF door opened.
PIN 2 - HOOD PIN SWITCH - DARK GREEN WIRE
Pin 2 to Ground No continuity with hood lid closed.
Continuity with hood lid opened.
PIN 3 - L.E.D. (+) - RED WIRE (Refer to NOTE below)
PIN 4 - L.E.D. (-) - LIGHT BLUE WIRE (Refer to NOTE below)
PIN 5 - ALL DOOR UNLOCK #1 - PINK w/ WHITE STRIPE WIRE
Pin 5 to Ground Approximately 12 Volts.
0 Volt pulse when LF door unlock switch
is activated.
PIN 6 - BLANK
PIN 7 - LF DOOR UNLOCK FROM RELAY - DARK BLUE w/ WHITE
STRIPE WIRE
Pin 7 to Ground 0 Volts.
Approximately 12 Volt pulse when LF door
unlock switch is activated.
PIN 8 - LF DOOR UNLOCK TO SOLENOID - WHITE WIRE
Pin 8 to Ground 0 Volts.
Approximately 12 Volt pulse when LF door lock
switch is activated.
PIN 9 - DRIVER'S DOOR UNLOCK SOURCE - ORANGE w/ WHITE
STRIPE WIRE
Pin 9 to Ground Always approximately 12 Volts.
PIN 10 - HORN RELAY - GREEN w/ RED STRIPE WIRE
Pin 10 to Ground Approximately 12 Volts.
0 Volts when horn switch is activated.
PIN 11 - TAILLIGHT RELAY - YELLOW/GREEN STRIPE WIRE
Pin 11 to Ground Approximately 12 Volts.
0 Volts when Parking Lamp switch is
activated.
PIN 12 - CTSY LIGHT SOURCE - BLACK w/ WHITE STRIPE WIRE
Pin 12 to Ground Always continuity.
PIN 13 - (+) 12 VOLT BATTERY SOURCE - RED WIRE
Pin 13 to Ground Always approximately 12 Volts.
PIN 14 - CHASSIS GROUND SOURCE - BLACK WIRE
Pin 14 to Ground Always continuity.
PIN 15 - (+) 12 VOLT IGNITION SOURCE - YELLOW WIRE
Pin 15 to Ground Approximately 12 Volts when ignition key
switched to " RUN " and " START ".
0 Volts when ignition key switched to
" LOCK " and " ACCESSORY ".
PIN 16 - TRUNK TRIGGER - BROWN w/ WHITE STRIPE WIRE
Pin 16 to Ground Approximately 12 Volts with trunk lid and all
doors closed.
0 Volts with trunk lid opened.
PIN 17 - ALARM CONTROL SWITCH - GREY WIRE
PIN 18 - ALARM CONTROL SWITCH - BLACK w/ ORANGE STRIPE WIRE
Pin 17 to Pin 18 No continuity with alarm control switch in OFF
(OUT ) position.
Continuity with alarm control switch in ON (IN)
position.
PIN 19 - BLANK
PIN 20 - DISARM - PINK w/BLACK STRIPE WIRE
Pin 20 to GroundApproximately 12 Volts.
0 Volts when LF door key switch is rotated to
unlock.
PIN 21 - DOOR LOCK WIRE - PINK WIRE
Pin 21 to Ground Approximately 12 Volts.
0 Volts when LF door lock switch is activated.
0 Volts when LF door key switch is rotated to
lock position.
PIN 22 - STARTER DISABLE RELAY - ORANGE WIRE
Pin 22 to Ground Approximately 12 Volts when ignition key
switched to " RUN " and " START ".
0 Volts when ignition key switched to
" LOCK " and " ACCESSORY ".
PIN 23 - HEADLIGHT RELAY - BLUE WIRE
Pin 23 to Ground Approximately 12 Volts.
0 Volts when Headlight switch is activated.
PIN 24 - COURTESY LIGHT - GREEN w/ WHITE STRIPE WIRE
Pin 24 to Ground Approximately 12 Volts with all doors closed
0 Volts with LF or RF door opened.
NOTE: The alarm control module must be connected to the
security main harness in order to test pins 3 and 4.
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