Ultra Start 1270 series Install guide

REV.2006.04
INSTALL GUIDE
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION ONLY!
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Warning!!
The system must be placed into Service Mode before any service work is started on the
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Component/Feature List
Recommend Installation Procedures
Wiring Diagrams
Wiring Descriptions
6 Pin Connector
Auxiliary Connectors
Quick Start Installation
Basic Installation
Important Tach Notes
Auto Tach Learn
Quick Learn Tach
System Reset
Programming Overview
Entering Program Mode
Quick View Programming
Program Menus
Program Menu 1 (User Settings)
Program Menu 2 (Additional Settings)
Program Menu 3 (Starter Settings)
Program Menu 4 (Tach Settings)
Remote Transmitter
Transmitter Programming
Battery Replacement
Shock Sensor
Important Security Notes
Install Notes
Door Lock Relay Wiring Diagrams
Diagnostics
Page 2
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Pages 4-5
Pages 6-7
Pages 8-10
Page 11
Pages 12-13
Page 14
Pages 15-16
Pages 17-22
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Pages 26-27
Page 28
Please read manual thoroughly.
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Components
- Control module
- 2 Remote Transmitters
- Antenna with built in
Program Button and LEDs
- 6 pin Main harness
- 14 pin auxiliary harness
- 3 pin keyless entry harness
- 3 pin auxiliary harness (not available on all models)
- Owner and Install guide’s
- Hood pin switch
Feature List
- Auto Tach (Tachless, TL series only) learning with Quick Learn
- Run Time: 4/15/45 minutes
- Door locks: .125s/.75s/3s / Double unlock / Ignition lock/unlock
- Horn* or Siren** output 5ms/10ms/50ms
- Timer Mode Star with 3 different start intervals
- Programmable Wait to Start or (+/-) diesel Glow plug input
- Ground While Running/Anti-grind protection/Starter kill
- System Override Protection/Service Mode (Valet)
- Park light and LED diagnostics
- Panic mode
- Engine Idle mode
*1270/3270/3265 series
**2270/4270/4265 series
IMPORTANT!
NEVER INSTALL IN A MANUAL TRANSMISSION VEHICLE!!!
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Recommended Installation Procedures
Remote car starters and alarms should be professionally
installed. Review the installation and owner manuals and acquire a
vehicle wiring diagram for the vehicle to be worked on. Take a few
moments to walk around the vehicle looking for any damages and
make note if any are found. Also check other functions such as the
lighting system, warning or check engine lights. Check if the vehicle
has a factory security or anti-theft system (Transponder or PASSLOCK). These systems will require additional parts and labor to
complete the installation. Use of the proper tools and testing
equipment is also very important. Never use a grounding style test
light. Use only a circuit safe test light or digital Volt/Ohm meter to
test for wires in the vehicle. It is the sole responsibility of the installer
to test and verify all connections.
Proper Connections - Remote Starters can handle loads of up to
30 amps for extended periods of time. It is critical to insure that all
high current connections are properly soldered and insulated with
quality electrical tape. Failing to insure proper connections will result
in warranty being VOID and can result in damage to the vehicle and
remote starter module. The manufacture is not responsible for any
such damages. It only takes a few more minutes to do the job right.
Under Hood Connections - Route the hood pin and tach wire
through the firewall into the engine compartment. If possible route
the wires through a factory rubber grommet. If drilling a hole through
the firewall, BE CAREFUL. Always check for obstructions on both
sides of the firewall. After drilling, use a snap in grommet to protect
the wires from sharp edges. Use split loom to insulate the wires, route
the wires clear of moving parts and extreme heat. The hood pin
switch must always be installed and the tach wire should always be
soldered and taped properly.
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Recommended Installation Procedures
Mounting The Control Module - Never mount the module in the
engine compartment. Select a location under the dash to install the
main module. Be certain that the module is securely attached and
does not obstruct any serviceable areas. Do not force or jam the
module into tight places instead of mounting. The module must be
free from all moving parts such as brake, clutch and gas pedal
linkages. Do not place the module directly in front of a heater vent.
Installing the External Long Range Antenna - To insure the best
possible reception, place the antenna in the center of the windshield
below the tint screen and behind the rear view mirror. Before
attaching to the glass ensure that the surface is clean and dry. Run
the cable under the head liner and behind the A-pillar panel. Be
careful not to pinch the antenna cable. Plug the antenna into the
BLUE connector on the Control Module.
Testing The System - When the installation is complete, it will be
necessary to test that the system is working correctly. The system’s
default programming will work on the majority of vehicles, but might
need to be adjusted for some applications. If the installation
requires special timing or additional features, proceed to Program
Mode. The system must be Tach Learned (Tachless learned on TL
models) before the remote starter will make a start attempt. If the
remote starter does not make a start attempt check if the park lights
are flashing a diagnostic code, if so look the code up in the
Diagnostic Chart to find the shutdown input that is preventing the
system from starting. If the vehicle does make a start attempt but
fails to start. Check all connections and insure that all wiring is
connected correctly. The vehicle may be equipped with a factory
anti-theft system. Vehicles equipped with factory anti-theft systems
will usually have some sort of Security or Anti-Theft light located in
the instrument cluster.
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Wiring Diagram
Starter Output (+)
YELLOW
Heater/Accessory Output (+)
GREEN
12volt Input (+)30amp
RED
12volt Input (+)30amp
RED
Selectable Output (+)
WHITE*
Ignition Output (+)
BLUE
Re-arm Output (-)250ma
YELLOW
Trunk Release Output (-)250ma
RED/WHITE
Dis-arm Output (-)250ma
BROWN
Anti-Grind/Starter Kill Output (-)250ma
ORANGE
Horn***/Siren**** Output (-/+)250ma
WHITE/BLUE
N/A
BLACK/WHITE
Door Pin Input (+)
PURPLE**
Park Light Output (+)10amp
WHITE
Hood Pin Switch Input (-)
GREEN/WHITE
Door Pin Input (-)
GREEN**
System Ground Input (-)
BLACK
Brake Light Switch Input (+)
PINK
Tach Detection Input (A/C)
BLUE/WHITE
Diesel Wait To Start Input (+or-)
BLUE
*See pages 8 for jumper selection.
**Available on the 22xx & 42xx series.
Only one of the door inputs must be connected.
***Horn (-) Output on the 1270/3265/3270 series
****Siren (+) Output on the 2270/4265/4270 series.
NOTE: 250ma outputs are low current and may require the installation of a relay
for the activation of optional features and inputs.
2
4
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1
3
5
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Wiring Diagram
*The centre pin of the keyless entry harness is ONLY available with plug-in
devices such as the VP-1, DL-3, DL-7 and Data Bus Modules.
Overloading this output will damage the remote starter.
Door Lock Output (-)250ma
12v Output (+)250ma (see notes above)
Door Unlock Output (-)250ma
GREEN
RED
BLUE
1
2
3
*
1
2
3
4
ACTIVE RF ANTENNA
Status Led’s
Program Button
**
**The antenna MUST be connected for the system to operate
Ground While Running Output (-)250ma
Ground Output (-)250ma
12Volt Output (+)250ma
WHITE/VIOLET
BLACK
RED
1
2
3
Jumpers
Output on White wire Jumper position
Second Starter
Second Accessory
Second Ignition
Position 1
Position 2
Position 3
1 23
NOTE: The jumpers control the output from the WHITE wire on the
main 6- pin harness. This is an 30amp relayed output.
*The factory default setting of the Selectable Output jumper is position #3.
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Wiring Descriptions
MAIN CONNECTOR (6pin)
Pin
Function
Description
1-YELLOW Starter Output - This wire will test 0V in OFF, ACCESSORY
2-GREEN
3-RED
4-RED
5-BLUE
6-WHITE
and in the ON key positions. 12v during
START ONLY.
Heater/Acc Output - This wire will test 0V in the OFF and
START key positions. 12-14V in the
ACCESSORY key position.
12volt Input(30amp) - Supplies 12votls for the IGNITION,
PARK LIGHT and SELECTABLE outputs.
12volt Input(30amp) - Supplies 12 volts for ACC and
STARTER outputs.
Ignition Output - This wire will test 0V in the OFF and
ACCESSORY key positions.12V in the
IGNITION and START.
Selectable Output - Output for 2nd IGNITION, 2nd
ACCESSORY or 2nd STARTER.
OFF
1.
ACCESSORY/ HEATER
2.
RUN/ IGNITION 1
3. START
TYPICAL IGNITION SWITCH
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Wiring Descriptions
AUXILIARY CONNECTOR (14 pin)
Pin
1-YELLOW
2-RED/
WHITE
3-BROWN
4-ORANGE
5-WHITE/
BLUE
6-N/A
7-PURPLE
8-WHITE
9-GREEN/
WHITE
10-GREEN
11-BLACK
12-PINK
13-BLUE/
WHITE
14-BLUE
Function
Description
Re-arm(-) - 0.75 second pulse output when button is
pressed and after remote start shutdown.
Used for factory alarm re-arm.(menu 3)
Trunk Release(-) - Programmable output. Hold the button
for 3 seconds, output will stay active (max
5 seconds) or programmable (-)park light.
Dis-arm(-) - 0.75 second pulse when the button is pressed
and before remote starter activation.
Used for factory alarm dis-arm.
Anti-Grind/Starter Kill(-) -Output active during remote start.
Programmable Starter Kill (menu 3)
Horn(-) - Output to activate factory horn. (12xx/32xx series) or
Siren(+) - Output to activate external siren. (22xx/42xx series)
Door Pin(+) - Input to detect 12v when door is open.
Park Light(+) - 10amp positive output to activate park lights.
Programmable output (menu 2)
Hood Pin(-) - Input to detect ground when hood is open.
MUST BE CONNECTED.
Door Pin(-) -Input to detect (-) when door is open.
Ground(-) - System chassis ground input.
Brake Light (+) - Positive brake light switch input. Used to
detect the brake switch being applied.
Tach(A/C) - A/C Tach signal input. Used to detect engine
speed to indicate vehicle is running.
(Coil, Injector, cam/crank position sensors)
Diesel(+/-) - Programmable Wait to Start Input. Detects 12v or
negative signals.(menu 3)
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Wiring Descriptions
LOCK/ UNLOCK CONNECTOR (3pin red)
Pin
1-GREEN
2-RED
3-BLUE
Function
Description
Lock(-) - Programmable LOCK output. (Menu 1)
12volts - 250ma 12volt output.
Unlock(-) -Programmable UNLOCK output
ANTENNA CONNECTOR (4pin Blue)
RF Antenna with Program Button and LEDs
AUXILIARY BYPASS CONNECTOR (3pin white)
Pin
1-WHITE/
VIOLET
2-BLACK
3-RED
Function
Description
Ground While Running(-) - 250ma ground output while
remote starter is active.
Ground(-) - 250ma ground output.
12volts(+) - 250ma 12volt output.
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Step 1 - Connect All Of the Following Wires
Main Connector (6pin)
YELLOW
GREEN
RED
RED
BLUE
WHITE*
Starter Output - 12volts during start position only.
Heater/Acc Output - 12volts in the accessory position off during
start and 14volts during run.
12volt 30amp Input - 12volts from ignition harness or battery.
12volt 30amp Input - 12volts from ignition harness or battery.
Ignition Output - 12volts in the ignition, start and run positions.
Selectable Output - Selectable Output for vehicles that may
require a 2nd Ignition, Accessory or Start.
Auxiliary Connector (14pin)
BLACK
WHITE
GRN/WHT
BLUE/WHT
PINK
System Ground Input - Connect to Chassis Ground.
Park Light Output - Connect to Park Light system.
Hood Pin Input - Connect to the Hood Pin Safety Switch.
Tach Input - Connect to A/C Tach source. (Above 2 volts AC)
Brake Switch Input - Connect to 12volts when the brake pedal
is applied.
for alarm series (2270/4270/4265 series)
GREEN** or Door pin Input - Connect to (-) wire when door open
PURPLE**
Door pin Input - Connect to (+) wire when door open
Important!
Never install an AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION module into a
MANUAL TRANSMISSION vehicle!
*See jumper selector position (page 7).
**Connect only ONE of the door input wires.
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Auto Tach/Tachless Learn
IMPORTANT! The system must be Tach Learned before remote starting.
1) Turn the ignition key to the “ON” position. The park lights will turn “ON”
2) Start the vehicle with the key. The LEDs on the antenna will turn on if a
proper tach signal is detected**, after 30-35 seconds the park lights will flash
and the siren will chirp twice to confirm Tach Learn.
NOTE: The LEDs will not turn “ON” for Auto Tachless Learn on the TL series.
* If the LEDs do not come “ON” during tach learn, a proper tach signal
was not detected.
**If the park lights do not turn on check for proper connection on the BLUE
ignition wire at the 6-pin connector. This wire should be connected to the
vehicle main ignition wire and must not turn off during the start position.
If the ignition connection is correct, reset the system
(see System Reset page 14) and repeat step #1.
***If the park lights do not flash in auto tach learn mode it may be
necessary to connect to a different tach source. It is important the
ignition output from the remote starter is connected to a wire that does
not turn off in the crank position. The remote starter will not tach learn
if connected to the wrong wire.
For best results connect the tach wire to the coil pack or to a fuel injector wire.
New - If the original Tach source is changed a system reset must be
preformed before a new tach signal can be learned to the system.
This does not apply if the Quick Learn feature is being used.
(See page 14 for System Reset).
Your Basic Install Is Complete!
NOTES:
1) If the vehicle does not start when the remote starter is activated, the
park lights will flash a diagnostic code. (See Diagnostic Chart page 28).
2) If the vehicle still does not start, check all connections and check for
factory Anti-Theft system.
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Important Tach Notes
Tach Learning the remote starter is one of the most important steps in
the installation process. Do not tach learn vehicle while the engine is
in high idle. To ensure the best possible tach setting, ensure that the
vehicle is at low idle/ normal operating RPM. Vehicles such as Toyota
and Honda may idle much higher when the engine is warm compared
to starting the vehicle when the engine is cold. The Quick Learn
feature may be used to tach learn the vehicle again but at a normal
engine RPM.
Quick Learn Tach (with Blue/White connected only)
Quick Learn Tach is designed to re-learn the remote starters tach
setting while the vehicle is at normal idle RPM. Vehicles such as
Toyota and Honda will run at a very high idle for a number of minutes
when first started. If tach learned when the vehicle is at high Idle, then
remote started when the vehicle is cold. The engine does not
increase to the RPM that is was learned at. The following steps can
be used to learn tach at a more suitable idle:
1) Start the vehicle and leave it running with the ignition key
until the engine idles down.
2) Press and hold the brake pedal.
BRAKE
3) Press and release, then press and hold the Program Button.
4) The park lights will flash to confirm Quick Learn Tach*.
NOTE: The System MUST be “Tach Learn” before the “Quick Learn”
feature will function.
TIP: “Manual Low Idle Learn”. While in “Auto Tach Learn” mode,
firmly apply the park brake and press the brake pedal. Place the
transmission into reverse gear this will lower the Engine Idle.
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System Reset
The system reset will clear any changes made to the Program Menu
as well as the Tach setting.
1) Turn the ignition key from “Off” to “On” 3 times, ON-OFF-ON-OFFON within three seconds. (Leave the key in the ON position)
2) Press and release the Program Button located on the antenna.
The park lights will turn on and the siren or horn (optional) will chirp
one time.
3) Then press and hold the Program Button until the park lights
flash and the siren or horn (optional) will chirp 3 times slowly to
confirm system reset. System is now reset to factory defaults.
NOTE: System Reset does not delete the remote transmitter codes
from memory.
Important! When the system reset is complete, the system must be
Auto Tach/Tachless learned before the remote starter will operate.
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Entering Program Mode
Ignition 3x
On/Off
On/Off On
Press and
Release the
Program Button
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1) With the ignition in the OFF position, turn the ignition key from “Off” to “On”
3 times, ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON within three seconds.
NOTE: Leave the key in the ON position
2) Press and release the Program Button. The park lights will flash and the horn
(optional) or siren will chirp to confirm entering program mode.
3) Select desired Program Menu (See below). The park lights will flash and the
horn (optional) or siren will chirp to confirm the selected menu.
4) Select Programmable Setting:
a) Press and release the Program Button the correct number of times to
select the desired Program Setting. The park lights and LEDs will flash
and the horn (optional) or siren will chirp to indicate the Program Setting
that has been selected. For example: 1 flash/chirp= Program Setting 1;
2 flashes/chirps= Program Setting 2; etc…
b) Press and Hold the Program Button until the park lights flash and the horn
(optional) or siren chirps to confirm the desired setting. For example:
1 flash/chirp= Setting 1; 2 flashes/chirps= Setting 2; etc...
c) Turning the ignition key to the “Off” position or 30 seconds of no activity
will exit Program Mode. This will be confirmed with a light flash and a
long siren chirp or honk (optional). The Program Menu may be changed
at any time by pressing the transmitter button (below), this will allow the
installer to jump from one menu, then quickly jump to another menu and
change another setting without re-entering Program Mode.
Program Menus
Menu 1: User Settings ( Button)
Pages 17-18
This program menu is for the adjustments for the user and door lock options.
Menu 2: Additional Settings ( Button)
Page 19
This program menu is for additional settings.
Menu 3: Starter Settings ( Button)
Pages 20-21
This program menu is for various remote car starter applications.
Menu 4: Tach Settings ( Button)
Page 22
This program menu is for tach signal adjustments.
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Quick View Programming
Menu 1 - Press
1 Ignition Lock
2 Siren Output
3 Lock&Unlock Options
4 Unlock/Disarm
5. Passive Locks*
6. Shock Sensor*
7. Passive Arming*
1 Flash
Enabled
Type 1
Double Unlock
125ms
Disable
Disable
Type 1
2 Flashes
Lock Only
Type 2
3 second
750ms
Enable
Enable
Type 2
3 Flashes
Disabled
All chirps
3/4 second
Menu 2 -Press
1 Secure Service Mode
2 Park Light Output
3 Siren Timing
4 The Button Output
5 Siren/ Horn Output*
1 Flash
15 seconds
30 seconds
5ms
Trunk
Horn
2 Flashes
5 seconds
(-) Park Light
50ms
N/A
Siren
3 Flashes
Menu 3 -Press
1 Lock/ Unlock Type
2 Gas/ Diesel
3 Rearm Output
4 Run Time
5 Crank Time
6 Starter Disable/GWR
7 Safety Start**
1 Flash
Type 1
Negative
Type 1
4 Min
10 seconds
Active
2 Press Start
2 Flashes
Type 2
15 second
Type 2
45 Min
3 seconds
Passive
1 Press Start
Menu 4 -Press
1 Flash
2 Flashes
1 Low Idle Learn
Low Idle Learn
2 Adjust For Over Crank
Reduced by 10%
3 Adjust For under Crank
Increased by 10%
Disable
(+)Park Light
10ms
Car Finder
3 Flashes
Normal
Gas/Positive
Rearm
15 Min
5 seconds
GWR
3 Flashes
Bold type indicates settings that are Factory Default.
*Available on 2270/4270/4265 series ONLY.
**Not available on 3270/3265 and 4270/4265 series.
See the following pages for more detailed programming instructions.
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Menu 1- User Settings
Ignition 3x
On/Off
On/Off On
Press and
Release the
Program
Button
Press and
Release the
button for
Menu 1
Press and Hold
Press and Release
the Program Button the Program Button
to
Change Option
Number of Times for
the Setting Chosen
Setting 1 Ignition Auto Lock
1) Enable
2) Ignition Lock Only
*3) Disable
1 Flash/Chirp
2 Flashes/Chirps
3 Flashes/Chirps
Doors Lock/Unlock with Ignition key.
Doors Lock when ignition is turned “ON” only.
Lock/Unlock with remote transmitter ONLY.
Press & Release the Program Button 1 Time (Setting 1) Confirmed with 1 LED flash.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park lights/siren chirps, then release
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
Setting 2 Siren/Horn Chirp Settings (14 pin auxiliary connector, pin 5)
1) Lock/Unlock chirps Disable
2) Lock/Unlock chirps Enable
*3) All Chirps Enable
1 Flash/Chirp
2 Flashes/Chirps
3 Flashes/Chirps
Chirps for Panic/Car Finder Only.
No Chirps for Start ONLY
Chirps for all features.
Press & Release the Program Button 2 Times (Setting 2) Confirmed with 2 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park lights/siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
Setting 3 Door Lock Options
1) Double Unlock Pulse
2) 3 Second Lock & Unlock
*3) .75 Sec Lock & Unlock
1 Flash/Chirp
2 Flashes/Chirps
3 Flashes/Chirps
.75 Second lock & 2 unlock pulses
3 Second Lock & Unlock Pulses
.75 Second Lock & Unlock Pulses
Press & Release the Program Button 3 Times (Setting 3) Confirmed with 3 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park lights/siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
Setting 4 Door Unlock & Disarm Pulse Duration
1) Short Pulses
1 Flash/Chirp
125ms pulses on Unlock & Disarm outputs
*2) Normal Pulses 2 Flashes/Chirps 750ms pulses on Lock/Unlock & Disarm outputs
Press & Release the Program Button 4 Times (Setting 4) Confirmed with 4 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park lights/siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
Setting 5 Active/Passive Locks (2270/4270/4265 series ONLY)
1) No Auto-Lock
with Passive Arm
1 Flash/Chirp Doors do not auto-lock with passive arming
*2) Doors Auto-Lock with Passive Arm 2 Flashes/Chirps
Doors Lock when passive arming
Press & Release the Program Button 4 Times (Setting 5) Confirmed with 5 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park lights/siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
*(Default Settings)
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Menu 1- User Settings...continued
Setting 6 Sensor Enable/Disable (2270/4270/4265 series ONLY)
1) Sensor Disabled
*2) Sensor Enabled
1 Flash/Chirp
2 Flashes/Chirps
Impact Sensor Disabled
Impact Sensor Enabled
Press & Release the Program Button 6 Times (Setting 6) Confirmed with 6 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park lights/ siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
Setting 7 Passive/Active Arming (2270/4270/4265 series ONLY)
1) Passive Arming
1 Flash/Chirp Auto Arms 30 seconds after last door is closed
2) Active Arming with Rearm 2 Flashes/Chirps If unlock is pressed and no door is opened
*3) Active Arming
3 Flashes/Chirps
Arms with remote transmitter only
Press & Release the Program Button 7 Times (Setting 7) Confirmed with 7 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park lights/ siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
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Menu 2- Additional Settings
Ignition 3x
On/Off
On/Off On
Press and
Release the
Program
Button
Press and
Release the
button for
Menu 2
Press and Release
Press and Hold
the Program Button the Program Button
Number of Times for to Change Option
the Setting Chosen
Setting 1 Secure Valet Mode (time required to set the system into Service Mode)
1) Secure Valet
*2) Normal Valet
1 Flash/Chirp
2 Flashes/Chirps
Hold the Program Button for 15 seconds
Hold the Program Button for 5 seconds
Press & Release the Program Button 1 Time (Setting 1) confirmed 1 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park light/siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
Setting 2 Parking Light/Trunk Output (14 pin auxiliary connector, pins 2&8)
1) 30 sec. Output
2) Negative Park Lights
*3) Park Lights
1 Flash/Chirp
On for 30 seconds when is pressed
2 Flashes/Chirps Switches the Park Light/Trunk Outputs
3 Flashes/Chirps 2 Flashes when is pressed
Press & Release the Program Button 2 Times (Setting 2) confirmed 2 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park light/siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
Setting 3 Siren Chirp Timing (14 pin auxiliary connector, pin 5)
1) 5 ms Pulse Output
2) 15 ms Pulse Output
*3) 10 ms Pulse Output
1 Flash/Chirp
2 Flashes/Chirps
3 Flashes/Chirps
Short(Quiet) siren Output
Long(Loud) siren Output
Normal(Medium) siren Output
Press & Release the Program Button 3 Times (Setting 3) confirmed 3 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park light/siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
Setting 4 - The
Button Output
1) Trunk
2) N/A
*3) Car Finder
Press & Release the Program Button 4 Time (Setting 4) confirmed 4 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park light/siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
Setting 5 Siren or Horn Output (2270/4270/4265 series ONLY)
1) Horn Output
2) Siren Output
1 Flash/Chirp
2 Flashes/Chirps
Pulsed when alarm is triggered or panic.
Constant output when alarm triggered.
Press & Release the Program Button 5 Time (Setting 5) confirmed 5 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park light/siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step
*(Default Settings)
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Menu 3- Starter Settings
Press and
Release the
Program
Button
Ignition 3x
On/Off
On/Off On
Press and
Release the
button for
Menu 3
Press and Release
the Program Button
Number of Times for
the Setting Chosen
Press and Hold
the Program Button
to Change Option
Setting 1 Special Door Lock/Unlock Operations (Factory Alarm Rearm).
1) Type 1
2) Type 2
*3) Type 3
1 Flash/Chirp
2 Flashes/Chirps
3 Flashes/Chirps
Unlock before start. Lock pulse after start and shutdown.
Lock pulse ONLY after remote start shutdown.
Default Lock/ Unlock Pulses.
Press & Release the Program Button 1 Time (Setting 1) Confirmed with 1 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park lights/siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
Setting 2 Gas/Diesel Mode (14 pin auxiliary connector, pin 14)
1) (-) Input
2) Time Delay
*3) Gas/ (+) Input
1 Flash/Honk
2 Flashes/Honks
3 Flashes/Honks
(-) Glow Plug input. Waits maximum 30 seconds.
Waits for approximately 15 seconds.
Waits 2 seconds if no diesel input is detected.
Press & Release the Program Button 2 Times (Setting 2) Confirmed with 2 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park lights/siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
Setting 3 Rearm Output (14 pin auxiliary connector, pin 1)
1) Type 1
2) Type 2
*3) Factory Re-arm
1 Flash/Chirp
2 Flashes/Chirps
3 Flashes/Chirps
Pulse after start and with lock.
Pulse after start only.
Pulse with lock and after starter shutdown.
Press & Release the Program Button 3 Times (Setting 3) Confirmed with 3 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park lights/siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
Setting 4 Run Time
1) 4 Minutes
2) 45 Minutes
*3) 15 Minutes
1 Flash/Chirp
2 Flashes/Chirps
3 Flashes/Chirps
Runs for approx. 4 minutes when activated.
Runs for approx. 45 minutes when activated.
Runs for approx. 15 minutes when activated.
Press & Release the Program Button 4 Times (Setting 4) Confirmed with 4 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park lights/siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
*(Default Settings)
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Menu 3- Starter Settings - continued
Setting 5 Maximum Crank Time
1) 10 Seconds
2) 3 Seconds
*3) 5 Seconds
1 Flash/Chirp
2 Flashes/Chirps
3 Flashes/Chirps
10 sec max time that the starter will stay engaged.
3 sec max time that the starter will stay engaged.
5 sec max time that the starter will stay engaged.
Press & Release the Program Button 5 Times (Setting 5) Confirmed with 5 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park lights/siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
Setting 6 Anti-Grind/Starter Kill (14 pin auxiliary connector, pin 4)
1) Active
1 Flash/Chirp
(-)When locked and during remote start (Anti-Grind).
2) Passive 2 Flashes/Chirps (-)When locked/30 seconds after ignition is OFF or #2 pressed
*3) GWR 3 Flashes/Chirps (-) Output during remote start only. (Anti-grind/ Bypass)
Press & Release the Program Button 6 Times (Setting 6) Confirmed with 6 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park lights/siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
Setting 7 Safety Start (Not available on 3270/3265/4270/4265 series)
1) 2 Press
*2) 1 Press
1 Flash/Chirp
2 Flashes/Chirps
Must Press the
Must Pres the
button twice within 3 seconds to start.
button once to start.
Press & Release the Program Button 7 Times (Setting 7) Confirmed with 7 LED flashes.
Press & Hold the Program Button until the appropriate # of park lights/siren chirps, then release.
Press & Release the Program Button to proceed to the next step.
*(Default Settings)
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Menu 4- Tach Settings
Ignition 3x
On/Off
On/Off On
Press and
Release the
Program
Button
Press and
Release the
button for
Menu 4
Press and Hold
Press and Release
the Program Button the Program Button
to
Change Option
Number of Times for
the Setting Chosen
Setting 1 Low Idle Learn- Same function as doing the Quick Tach Learn.
This option is used for vehicles that maintain a High or Erratic idle after starting and need
more than 30 seconds to establish a stable idle.
1) Enter Program Mode.
2) Press and release the button on the remote.
3) Start the vehicle.
4) Press and release the Program Button (LEDs will be flashing one time)
5) Press and hold the Program Button for 3 seconds.
6) Release the Program Button. LEDs will be on steady to indicate correct tach signal. The
park lights will flash twice and the siren will chirp twice to confirm that the tach
signal has been learned.
NOTE: Must Tach Learn (see page 12) before Low Idle or Quick Tach learn.
Setting 2 Over-Crank Adjustment.**
1) Enter Program Mode.
2) Press and release the button on the remote.
3) Press and release the Program Button twice. (LEDs will flash 2 times consecutively)
4) Press and hold the Program Button.
NOTE: The park lights will flash and the siren will chirp one time each time the park lights
flash and the siren chirps the setting is increased.
5) Release the Program Button. (Exit Program Mode and test remote starter)
Setting 3 Under-Crank Adjustment.**
1)Enter Program Mode.
2)Press and release the button on the remote.
3)Press and release the Program Button three times. (LEDs will flash 3 times consecutively)
4) Press and hold the Program Button.
NOTE: The park lights will flash and the siren will chirp one time each time the park lights
flash and the siren chirps the setting is increased.
5) Release the Program Button. (Exit Program Mode and test remote starter)
**Repeat steps 1-5 if necessary.
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Remote Transmitter Learn
STEP 1 - Within 3 seconds turn the ignition key to the “ON”
position three times leaving “ON” the third time.
STEP 2 - Press and hold the Program Button. The park
lights will turn “ON” and the siren will
chirp once. Continue to hold the Program
Button, the park lights will turn “OFF” and the
siren will chirp 5 times quickly.
NOTE: If the parking lights do not turn “ON”, release the Program Button and
turn the ignition to the “OFF” position, wait 5sec and repeat steps 1 & 2.
STEP 3 - While holding the Program Button, press and release the
button on each of the remote transmitters to be programmed
NOTE: The system will respond with one chirp when a code is learned.
Battery Replacement
The transmitter battery should be changed at least once every year to maintain
proper operating range. Replace with a quality 23A 12volt Alkaline battery
(1-Way remote). Replace with a quality 1.5V battery (2-Way remote).
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Shock Sensor 2270/4270/4265 series
Shock Sensor Programming/ Adjustment
To enter shock sensor programming:
Press and hold the and the buttons for three seconds.
The park lights will flash and the siren will three times.
While the park lights are “ON”, strike the vehicle with the amount of force
wanted to trigger the alarm.
NOTE: The siren will chirp 3 times each time the system detects impact.
Adjusting the shock sensor:
Press and release
Press and release
to increase sensitivity (up to 10 chirps/ flashes).
to decrease sensitivity (down to 1 chirp/ flash).
NOTE: Be careful not to impact the vehicle in a area that may cause damage.
The most common location for testing and setting the shock sensor is
the vehicles A-pillar. The A-Pillar is the metal support that runs from the
roof of the vehicle to the hood area.
To exit and save shock sensor programming:
Press and hold the and the buttons, the siren will chirp and the park lights
will flash the number of times of the shock sensor impact level chosen.
Example: Level 5 = 5 Chirps/ 5 Park Light flashes
IMPORTANT SECURITY NOTES!
If the system has been triggered (shock sensor, door input..), the siren
will sound for approximately 60 seconds. Press and release the or
the button to silence the siren (the system will remain armed).
Press and hold the button to disarm the system. The siren and park
lights will flash three times to indicate the system had been triggered.
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Install Notes
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Door Lock Relay Wiring Diagrams
Negative Type Door Locks 250ma
Vehicle
Lock/Unlock
Switch
Lock
To Control
Relay or
Actuators
Un
lock
Green
Blue
Negative Door Locks (More Than 250ma)
Fused +12V
Vehicle
Lock/Unlock
Switch
Ground
87
Green
87
87a
86
87a
86
85
Blue
Un
Lock
lock
30
85
30
To Control Relay
or Actuator
Positive Type Door Locks
Vehicle
Un
Lock Lock/Unlock
lock
Switch
Fused +12V
Green
87
87
87a
86
Blue
87a
85
30
86
85
30
To Control Relay
or Actuator
NOTE: When installing relays always use a fused power source.
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Door Lock Relay Wiring Diagrams
5 Wire / Reverse Polarity Type Door Locks
Fused +12V
87
Green
87
87a
87a
86
Vehicle
Lock/Unlock
Switch
86
85
Blue
30
Lock
85
30
x
Cut
Un
lock
To Actuator
x
Cut
Aftermarket Doorlock Actuators
Ground
87
87a
86
85
30
Vacuum Type Door Locks
DIAGNOSTICS
Ground
Fused +12V
Blue
Lock
Un
lock
87
87
87a
87a
86
85
86
30
85
30
x
Cut
To Vacuum
Pump
13
Green
NOTE: When installing relays always use a fused power source.
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DIAGNOSTICS
If the remote starter does not activate when the start button is pressed the park
lights will flash a diagnostic to indicate what shutdown input has been triggered.
For example: If the button is pressed the park lights flash 3 times slowly.
Looking at the chart below this would indicate that the system is in Service
Mode, simply follow the instructions listed in the owners manual on exiting
Service Mode and the remote starter will begin to function as normal.
PARK LIGHTS
3 Slow Flashes
5 Flashes
5 Slow Flashes
6 Flashes
7 Flashes
STATUS LED
LEDs “ON” Solid
Series of 5 Flashes
Series of 5 Flashes
Series of 6 Flashes
Series of 7 Flashes
DIAGNOSTIC CODE
System Is In Service Mode
Hood Open
Ignition On During Start Attempt
Brake Pedal Shutdown
Tach Lock-Out
DIAGNOSTIC MEMORY
LED Flashes
5 Flashes
6 Flashes
7 Flashes
8 Flashes
Diagnostic
The system was shutdown by the brake switch input
The system was shutdown by the hood pin input
The system did not detect the tach signal.
The system made 3 start attempts without starting
To Enter Diagnostic Memory Mode:
Step 1- Turn the ignition ON then OFF. Press and release the Program Button.
Step 2- The system will respond with three park light flashes and the horn (optional) will
honk the same number of times as the events in memory.
Maximum four events, four honks
NOTE: If the horn does not honk, there are no events in memory.
Step 3- Press the Program Button once to view the last shut down code. The horn (optional)
will honk once to confirm code one.
If the horn does not honk, there are no codes in memory.
Step 4- The LEDs on the antenna will flash a code corresponding to a shut down trigger.
Press the Program Button again for the second code.
The horn will honk twice to confirm code two.
Step 5- To Clear Diagnostic Memory. While in Diagnostic Mode press and hold the
Program Button for five seconds. The park lights will flash and the horn (optional)
will honk once.
NOTE: Once diagnostic memory has 4 shutdown events in memory, the system will not
Record any further shutdown events until the system memory has beencleared.