Model APS-920
Owner’s Manual
ARMING THE SYSTEM - ACTIVE
1. Turn off the engine, exit the vehicle, and close all doors,
hood lid and trunk lid.
2. Press and release Lock/Arm button on the keychain
transmitter.
The dash mounted LED begins to flash slowly. Parking
Lights flash one time.
Siren sounds one chirp.
If the siren/horn sounds 3 chirps, then you have left a door,
trunk, or hood lid ajar. Simply close the opened entry point
to provide full protection. If the siren "chirped" three times,
sometime after arming, the exclusive, patented, delayed dome light
learn circuit has been programmed and the system detected a open
entry point after the learned delay expired. Again, closing the hood,
trunk, or doors will correct the problem and you do not need to disarm the system to make the correction. If the siren/horn did not
sound when arming, then the chirps have been turned off and you should refer to the
section titled "ELIMINATING THE ARM/DISARM CHIRPS" in this manual.
NOTE: If selectable feature 9, Chirp Delete From Transmitter, was set to the on position
during installation, then you can selectively defeat the arm & disarm chirps by holding
the transmitters Lock or Unlock button for about 2 seconds.
Note: If Passive Arm Mode was selected on during installation, then 30 seconds after
the last vehicle door is closed, the unit will arm automatically.
PROTECTION WHILE THE SYSTEM IS ARMED
Opening any protected door, hood or trunk lid will cause the alarm to immediately sound. The
alarm will continue to sound for 30 seconds, then stop and continue to monitor all protected entry
points. If the thief left a door opened, the alarm will sound for six 30 second cycles, remain armed
and ignore that triggered zone.\
Whenever the system is armed, the dash mounted LED indicator will slowly flash. This serves as
a visual deterrent to the potential thief. The LED is a very low current bulb and will not cause the
vehicle’s battery to drain, even when left unattended for extended periods.
Whenever the system is triggered, the vehicle’s parking lights will flash for the full 30 second
alarm cycle, attracting visual attention to the vehicle.
Optional - Whenever the system is armed, the vehicle’s starting circuit will be bypassed. If the thief
should choose to ignore the siren, the vehicle can not be started.
Any mild impact to the vehicle’s glass will cause the alarm to sound a short series of warning
tones.
Any strong impact to the vehicle’s glass will cause the alarm to trigger for the full 30 second alarm
cycle.
NOTE: If the optional interior illumination circuit was installed, the interior light will flash as well
for the full 30 second alarm cycle.
DISARMING THE SYSTEM
1. As you approach the vehicle, press and release the Unlock/Disarm button on the keychain
transmitter.
The dash mounted LED turns off. If passive arming is selected on, the LED will start flashing
rapidly, indicating that the system is re-arming automatically. Open any door to suspend the
automatic arming. Parking Lights flash two times. If the parking lights flashed three times,
then the alarm was triggered in your absence. Before turning the key on, examine the LED to
identify which zone was triggered. Siren sounds two chirps. If the siren sounds 4 chirps, then
the alarm was triggered in your absence. Before turning the key on, examine the LED and refer
to the INTRUSION WARNING SIGNALS section of this manual to identify which zone was
triggered.
If the siren did not sound when disarming, then the chirps have been turned off
and you should refer to the section titled “ELIMINATING THE ARM / DISARM CHIRPS“ in this
manual.
Doors Unlock - Optional
NOTE: If the optional Interior illumination feature has been added as an added convenience, the
system will turn on the interior lights when the system is disarmed.
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WHILE THE SYSTEM IS SOUNDING
If during a triggered state, you wish to shut off the siren without disarming your security system,
simply press and release any transmitter button other than the Unlock/Disarm button. This action
will turn off the siren yet leave the vehicle fully armed and protected. This feature is particularly
useful if you are aware of children playing near your vehicle that may accidently trigger your security
system. In this case you can cancel the siren sounding without disarming your alarm.
INTRUSION WARNING SIGNALS
This system will inform you if an intrusion attempt has occurred while you were away from the
vehicle. If an intrusion attempt has occurred, the siren will chirp 4 times and the parking lights
will flash 3 times when disarming the system. Enter the vehicle and observe the red dash mounted
LED to identify which zone was triggered.
n If the LED is flashing one time...pause...one time...pause...etc., then an intrusion attempt
was made to the shock sensor, or an accessory triggering device that may have been
added to the system.
o If the LED is flashing two times...pause...two times...pause...etc., then an intrusion attempt was made to a hood or trunk pin switch that was added to the system or to a light
activated entry point if the alarm was installed using the voltage sensing feature.
p If the LED is flashing three times...pause...three times...pause...etc., then an intrusion
attempt was made through one of the vehicle’s doors.
These intrusion warning indicators are stored in the system’s memory and will only be erased
when the ignition key is turned on.
VALET SWITCH
The valet switch allows you to temporarily bypass all alarm functions, eliminating the need to hand
your transmitter to parking attendants or garage mechanics. When the system is in valet mode, all
alarm functions are bypassed, however the remote panic feature and remote door locks will remain
operational. In addition, the parking lights will flash to indicate locking and unlocking. To use the
valet mode, the system must first be disarmed either by using your keychain transmitter or by
activating your personalized manual override code.
1. Enter the vehicle and turn the ignition key to the on position.
2. Press and hold the valet pushbutton switch until the dash mounted LED turns on
solid. The system will remain in the valet mode.
3. To return to normal operation, press and release the pushbutton switch any time the
ignition is on.
NOTE: Always remember to return the system to normal operation. This will ensure that the
vehicle remains protected at all times.
MANUALLY OVERRIDING YOUR SYSTEM:
USING THE VALET SWITCH MANUAL OVERRIDE
Your Security System can be disarmed without the use of the keychain transmitter. This is necessary, since
you will need the ability to operate your vehicle if the transmitter is lost or its battery fails. If your system has
been selected for Valet Switch manual override as indicated on the last page of this manual, to bypass the
alarm system;
1. Open the vehicle door. The alarm will sound.
2. Turn the ignition key to the on position.
3. Within 5 seconds, press and release the valet pushbutton switch.
The alarm system will stop sounding and enter the (bypass) mode. You can now start and operate
the vehicle normally.
Typically this override mode is used only if the transmitter has become inoperative.
PROGRAMMING YOUR CUSTOM OVERRIDE CODE:
Unlike override switches easily found, and defeated, this security system allows the consumer to program a
personal override code, offering a higher level of security. To take advantage of this option, programmable
feature # 10 must be selected for the Custom Code Option. Consult your installation center for programming details. The system comes from the factory with a pre-programmed override code of 11. To change
this default override code, do the following:
1. Disarm the system by use of the transmitter, or by use of the emergency override sequence.
Turn the ignition switch to the on position.
2. Within 10 seconds, press and release the valet/override switch, 3 times.
3. Within 10 seconds turn the ignition switch off, on, off, on, off, on.
(The siren or
horn will beep and the lights will flash one time with each ignition switch cycle.)
4. Within 10 seconds, begin to enter your chosen 10ths digit by pressing and releasing the
pushbutton switch from 1 up to 9 times.
5. Within 10 seconds of the last entered 10ths digit, turn the ignition switch off then on.
6. Within 10 seconds, begin to enter your chosen units digit by pressing and releasing the
pushbutton switch from 1 up to 9 times.
7. Finish by turning the ignition switch to the off position.
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If the new code was accepted, the unit will report back the newly entered code, by flashing the
LED, first indicating the 10ths digit, pause and then the units digit. The unit will report the new
code three times with a one second pause between each code, then the system will begin
arming. If the LED flash pattern reports the previously stored code, the new code was not entered
correctly. Please repeat steps 1 through 7 above considering the following.
NOTE: Acceptable digits 10ths or units are 1 through 9. The unit will not recognize a 0
(Zero), or no digit entered in any place, units or tenths.
NOTE: If 15 seconds of inactivity expire or if the ignition switch is turned off for more then 5 seconds during any of the above steps, the unit will revert back to the last successfully stored
code.
Custom Code Programming Example:
To Change the code from the factory pre-assigned code of 11 to “52” you would do the following:
1. Disarm the system by use of the transmitter or by use of the emergency override sequence.
2. Turn the ignition switch to the on position.
3. Within 10 seconds, press and release the valet/override switch, 3 times.
4. Within 10 seconds turn the ignition switch off, on, off, on, off, on. (The siren or horn will beep
and the lights will flash one time.)
5. Within 10 seconds, begin to press and release the pushbutton switch to set the tenths digit.
(As per the example, press and release 5 times to set the tenths digit to 5)
6. Within 10 seconds of the last press of the pushbutton, turn the ignition switch off then on.
7. Within 10 seconds, begin to press and release the pushbutton switch to set the units digit.
(As per the example, press and release 2 times to set the units digit to 2).
8. Turn the ignition switch to the off position. Immediately observe the LED flash pattern.
You will note the LED flashing five times, pause, and then flash two times, pause. This pattern will
be repeated three times indicating the new code (52) has been accepted and stored in memory.
NOTE: If after step 7, the LED flashes a code other than what was just entered, this indicates that
the code has not been changed. You will have to repeat steps 1 through 7 above being
certain to note the following:
Acceptable digits 10ths or units are 1 through 9. The unit will not recognize a 0 (Zero), or no digit
entered in any place, units or tenths.
NOTE: If 15 seconds of inactivity expire, or if the ignition switch is turned off for more then 5
seconds during any of the above steps, the unit will revert back to the last successfully
stored code.
MANUALLY OVERRIDING YOUR SYSTEM:
USING THE CUSTOM CODE OVERRIDE
Assuming the override code programmed has not been changed, and the default override code of
11 is in the system's memory.
1. Enter the vehicle and turn the ignition switch to the on position.
NOTE: The siren will sound.
2. Within 5 seconds, press and release the pushbutton switch 1 time.
3. Within 5 seconds, turn the ignition switch off then on.
4. Within 5 seconds, press and release the pushbutton switch 1 time.
5. Turn the ignition switch off then on and start the vehicle.
NOTE: If you have changed the programmed override code then substitute your new code tenths
for step 2 above, and units for step 5 above.
PUSHBUTTON VALET/SAFETY CONTROL/PROGRAM SWITCH
The Pushbutton valet safety control switch allows you to temporarily disable the remote starting function of
the system. This is recommended whenever the vehicle is being serviced. To place the system in the service/
temporary disabled mode:
1) With the system disarmed/unlocked, and the ignition switch off Press and Hold the Pushbutton Switch
on.
2) Turn the ignition switch on, off, on, off, on, off.
3) The LED begins to flash two short flashes followed by one long flashes and continues this pattern until
returned to normal mode of operation.
This puts the unit into the R/S Override mode indicating that the remote start system is in the service/
temporary disabled mode and will not start from RF or any other input Telematic input or otherwise.
To Exit R/S Override Mode
1) With the system disarmed, Press and Hold the Pushbutton Switch on.
2) Turn the ignition switch on, off, on, off, on, off.
3) The LED turns off indicating that the R/S unit is fully functional one again.
REMOTE CAR FINDER/PANIC
The Lock or Unlock buttons are also used to access the car finder/panic mode. This feature is particularly
useful in a crowded parking lot where finding your car may be difficult to locate, or if there are suspicious
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characters hanging about your vehicle. To access this mode, while within range of your car, simply press
and hold either the lock or unlock button of your transmitter for three seconds. The parking lights will begin
to flash, the siren will sound, and if connected, the vehicle horn will beep making your vehicle audible
as well as more visible. The lights, siren and or horn will stop automatically after 30 seconds. If you
wish to turn off this mode prior to the expiration of the 30 second timer, press and hold for three seconds
either the lock or unlock buttons a second time, or press and release the Trunk/Start button one time.
REMOTE TRUNK RELEASE
If you have electric trunk release in your vehicle and the remote trunk release option was added, simply
press and hold the Key/Trunk button of your keychain transmitter for 3 seconds or until the electric trunk
of your vehicle opens. . .
REMOTE STARTING THE VEHICLE
This unit will not start the vehicle if any one of the following situations exists;
The vehicle's hood lid is opened. The gear shift selector is not in Park.
The brake pedal is depressed. The safety control switch is in the Off/Override Mode.
1. To start the vehicle, press and release the Key/Trunk button two times within 2 seconds. The vehicle will
start and remain running for the pre-programmed 5,10,15,20 minute run cycle. As a visual indication, the
parking lights will flash or remain on depending on the setting by your installation center.
2. When you arrive at the vehicle, turn the ignition key to the ON position (not the spring loaded start
position), then step on the brake pedal to disengage the remote starter. The vehicle will continue to run,
but now on it's own power.
NOTE: The engine will stop running before the pre-programmed run cycle has expired if you perform any
one of the following functions;
Press and release Key/Trunk button on the keychain transmitter two times within 2 seconds.Depress the brake pedal. - Open the vehicle's hood -Place the unit in the safety control disabled
mode.
THE OPTION BUTTON of your transmitter may or may not be used with your system but may be used
with a second similar Audiovox Model system that may be installed on a second vehicle in your family.
OPERATING ON AUTOMATIC START UP TIMER MODE
Your system has the ability to automatically start the vehicle every 2 or 4 hours over a 48 hour period. This
feature is especially useful in cold climates where the only means to keep the engine and engine fluids warm
is to periodically start the engine.
WARNING! Be certain that the vehicle is outdoors before using this or any remote vehicle starting device.
A running engine produces dangerous carbon monoxide fumes which can be harmful or fatal if
prolonged exposure occurs. DO NOT remote start the vehicle if it is garaged.
TO BEGIN THE AUTOMATIC START UP TIMER
1. Turn the ignition key on then off.
2. Within 10 seconds, activate the RF start command two times. (Push the
programmed channel button of your keychain transmitter 4 times).
The parking lights will flash and the siren will chirp 2 or 4 times indicating the timed start mode is activated.
The vehicle, on a 2 or 4 hour interval basis, dependent on the number of chirps heard when activated
as described above will automatically start, run for the pre-programmed time (5,10,15 or 20 minutes),
and then shut off. This will continue for 48 hours.
NOTE: The automatic start up timer can also be initiated from the keychain transmitter. To do
this:
1. Start the vehicle using the keychain transmitter by pressing and releasing the
second channel transmitter button 2 times.
2. Shut off the vehicle using the keychain transmitter by pressing and releasing the second channel
transmitter button 2 times.
3. Within 10 seconds of step 2, activate the RF start command two times.
(Push the second channel button of your keychain transmitter 4 times).
The parking lights will flash and the siren will chirp 4 times indicating the timed start mode is activated.
CANCELING THE AUTOMATIC START UP TIMER
To cancel the automatic start up timer do one of the following;
1. Start the vehicle manually with the use of the ignition key and depress the brake pedal.
2. Remote start the vehicle using your keychain RF transmitter.
ELIMINATING THE NORMAL ARM / DISARM CHIRPS
As explained earlier in the manual, you can eliminate the chirps selectively any time you arm or
disarm the system, if the feature has been activated, simply by holding the ARM or DISARM
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button for two seconds. If you find the normal arming and disarming chirps annoying, they can
be turned off permanently, eliminating the need to hold the ARM / DISARM button for 2 seconds.
To do this,
1. Turn the ignition key on then off.
2. Within 10 seconds, press and release valet switch three times.
3. If the chirps were on before you started, then you will hear two chirps indicating they have
been turned off.
If the chirps were off before you started, then you will hear one chirp indicating they have been
turned on.
NOTE: Whenever the chirps are bypassed, the 4-chirp intrusion indicator and 3 chirp defective zone indicator will always operate. Since these are important warnings to you that
something has happened, they cannot be eliminated.
NOTE: Your system must be programmed by the installation center to enable this feature.
RF SHOCK SENSOR MODE SELECTION
The way in which your alarm system reacts to threatening vibrations, created by attempts to enter
the vehicle by breaking a window, is adjustable by the transmitter immediately after arming. There
are 4 modes of operation that can be selected by the operator:
1. Normal Operation (default mode) In this mode, any strong vibrations will cause the siren
to sound (full detect) for 30 seconds. Any lesser vibration will cause the siren to emit about
6 short warn away chirps, (pre-detect).
2. Stage 1 (Omit pre-detect) In this mode, the warn away chirps created by the lesser vibration
will be deleted. If strong vibration occurs, the siren will sound.
3. Stage 2 (Omit pre & full detect) In this mode, both the pre-detect stage and the full trigger
stage of the sensor are defeated. The unit will not react to vibration of any magnitude.
4. Stage 3 (City Mode) In this mode, the pre-detect chirps will change from six pre-warning
tones to a full 10 seconds of warning chirps. The full detect trigger duration will be reduced
from 30 seconds to 15 seconds.
NOTE: Setting the stage of the shock sensor will be effective for one arming cycle only. Once
the system has been disarmed, the very next arming cycle will cause the sensor to
default to the normal operation stage.
To change or adjust the shock sensor, press and release the ARM button of you keychain
transmitter.
1. Within 2 seconds of arming, press and release the ARM button 1 time, to
defeat the pre-detect stage of the shock sensor. (The lights will flash and the
siren will chirp twice.)
2. Within 2 seconds of step 1, press and release the ARM button 2 times, to
defeat the pre and full detect stages of the shock sensor. (The lights will
flash and the siren will chirp three times.)
3. Within 2 seconds of step 1, press and release the ARM button 3 times to
enter the "City Mode" of operation. (The lights will flash and the siren will chirp four times.)
While under control of the remote start the system can be programmed to allow you to shunt the
shock sensor from the transmitter. If the system has been such programmed, simply press the
lock button of your keychain transmitter anytime during the remote start cycle. The shock sensor
will be shunted for the entire run cycle and will resume normal operation after the remote start
unit shuts off.
Check with your installation center to determine if this feature has been programmed into your
system.
OPTIONAL DEVICE OUTPUT ( CHANNEL 3 )
Controlled By: Trunk/Key Button
Other Transmitter button configurations are also available. Consult your installation center for
other configurations not listed above that may have been programmed to operate a specific
feature of your system.
This security system is equipped with an output which will activate when the appropriate transmitter button is depressed for 3 seconds. Although this output is intended to activate the trunk
release option, any other optional devices may be connected to this channel. Consult your
installation center for more information about this output.
ADDITIONAL REMOTE FUNCTION ( CHANNEL 4 )
Controlled By: Option Button
Other Transmitter button configurations are also available. Consult your installation center for
other configurations not listed above that may have been programmed to operate a specific
feature of your system.
This security system has an additional feature that can be connected to a number of different
optional accessories. Some of the more common uses for this channel are;
† Remote Window Closure, † Remote Garage Door Interface, To remotely operate
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the device indicated, momentarily press, or press and hold the appropriate transmitter button(s) as indicated above.
TURBO TIMER MODE
This system provides a means to cool down the vehicles turbo charger, if so equipped, by
allowing the vehicle to continue to run for a prescribed period of time every time the vehicle's
engine is turned off. This feature requires the system to be set up for turbo timer during
installation. Consult with your installation center to be certain this feature was activated and
how long the vehicle will continue to run, 3, 5, or 10 minutes after the ignition switch is turned off.
To activate the turbo timer:
Anytime the engine is running for more than 15 seconds:
1) Place the gear selector in park.
2) Set the parking, (hand), brake.
3) Be certain your foot is off the brake pedal.
4) Press the program/Push-Button switch 2 times within 5 seconds.
The parking lights will flash two times indicating the mode was successfully entered.
If your parking lights flashed four times, this indicates the turbo mode was on and is now turned
off.
With the turbo timer mode selected on, after you've arrived at your destination, while the engine
is still running, set the parking brake, pause 2 seconds, then turn the ignition switch to the off
position. The engine will continue to run the allotted time according to the selection during installation.
If you do not want the vehicle to continue to run for one cycle, simply step on the vehicle's brake,
or release the parking brake, or activate the transmitter's start button two times in succession.
Any of these will cause the engine to turn off.
PROGRAMMING TRANSMITTERS:
At times it may become necessary to program replacement or additional transmitters for use with your
system. To do this:
1) With the system unlocked or disarmed, turn the ignition key to the on position.
2) Press and release the pushbutton switch three times
The unit will flash the parking lights and or beep the horn once to indicate that the system is in the
transmitter program mode. The LED will also flash one time pause, one time pause, etc... indicating that
you are in the transmitter program mode of the unit’s channel 1 or single button program mode.
3) Press and hold the lock button of each additional transmitter you wish to operate your system.
NOTE: The unit is capable of storing up to 4 transmitters. If a fifth transmitter is added, the first transmitter programmed will be bumped out.
Once all transmitter have been programmed, turn the ignition switch off to exit the program mode.
The system allows priority button programming in case you intend to operate two vehicle with one
transmitter. In this instance you will program the default button combination, (One Button Programming),
for the main vehicle you drive, and a different combination for the second vehicle so you are not unlocking, locking, or starting both vehicles when they are within range of each other.
To prioritize transmitters after programming the transmitter into the first vehicle:
Enter the transmitter program of the second vehicle as above by:
1) With the system unlocked or disarmed, turn the ignition key to the on position.
2) Press and release the pushbutton switch three times
The unit will flash the parking lights and or beep the horn once to indicate that the system is in the
transmitter program mode. The LED will also flash one time pause, one time pause, etc... indicating that
you are in the transmitter program mode of the unit’s channel 1 or single button program mode.
3) Press and hold any combination of buttons of your transmitter that was not used for your primary
vehicle.
If, for instance you can press & hold the lock & unlock buttons simultaneously, for controlling Lock
function of the second vehicle.
4) Press and release the program pushbutton switch once to advance to channel 2, unlock.
Here you can press and hold the lock & start buttons simultaneously, for controlling the unlock function
of the second vehicle.
5) Press and release the program pushbutton switch once to advance to channel 3, start.
Here you can press and hold the start & option buttons simultaneously, for controlling the start function
of the second vehicle.
DELETING TRANSMITTERS FROM YOUR SYSTEM:
It may be necessary to delete a lost transmitter or to reprioritize a transmitter that is programmed to your
system. To remove a transmitter that has been programmed in your system:
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1) Enter the transmitter program mode of channel 1 as indicated above.
2) Press and hold any transmitter button that has not been programmed into channel 1 until you hear a
chirp, then release and immediately press the same button a second time until you hear a long chirp
followed by a short chirp. This action erases the transmitter.
If the transmitter you wish to erase has been lost or stolen then following the information below will
successfully remove the transmitter.
NOTE: For this procedure, you must have all transmitters you wish to remain programmed in your system
available.
1) Enter the transmitter program mode of channel 1 as indicated above.
2) Press and hold the lock button of each transmitter you wish to operate the lock function of your unit
making sure you occupy all 4 transmitter slots. In other words, you have three transmitters you wish to
remain programmed. Press and hold the lock button of transmitter one until a long chirp is heard, then
press and hold the lock button of transmitter two, then press and hold the lock button of transmitter three,
followed by pressing and holding the lock button of transmitter one again. This action fills all 4 receiver
slots.
3) Advance to receiver channel 2 by pressing the pushbutton switch one time.
4) Press and hold the unlock button of each transmitter you wish to operate the unlock function of your
vehicle, again making sure all 4 transmitter slots are filled.
4) Advance to receiver channel 3 by pressing the pushbutton switch one time.
5) Press and hold the unlock button of each transmitter you wish to operate the start function of your
vehicle, again making sure all 4 transmitter slots are filled.
If you are uncomfortable about the programming of additional transmitters as outlined in the processes
above please contact your installation center or call the technical service number listed on the back of the
transmitter for help.
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
The transmitter incorporates a small LED visible through the case which is used to indicate battery condition. You will notice a decrease in transmitter range as the battery condition deteriorates. Transmitter
battery replacement is recommended at least every 10 to 12 months, depending upon how frequently the
transmitter is used.
To replace the battery in the APS620TX:
1) Remove the small # 0 Phillips head screw from the rear of the case.
2) Remove the rear cover to access the discharged battery paying attention to the proper polarity orientation.
3) Carefully remove and properly dispose of the discharged battery.
4) Insert the new battery, close the case, then reinstall the small case screw removed in step 1.
5) If you accidently dislodge the circuit board from the transmitter housing, be certain that the rubber membrane is seated properly, and the buttons are properly exposed from the front view of the case, then
insert the circuit board, and return to step #4.
APS620TX Uses GP23 Battery
To replace the battery in the APS920TX there is a slide off battery cover on the rear of the transmitter. Lift the
edge of the door slightly and slide the cover off. Remove the discharged AAA battery and replace with a
fresh one, then replace the battery cover.
APS920TX2 Uses AAA Battery
FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS OF YOUR TWO WAY LCD APS920TX2
Doors are locked Icon. If the system is armed also “
“ will appear below the Lock Icon.
Doors Unlocked Icon.
Valet Mode.
When Transmitting, any button activated.
Within Range Indicator.
Timed Start Activated.
Someone Paging You From Your Vehicle.
Vibrate Mode Is On. Toggle feature on and off by pressing Trunk/Key + * buttons for 5 seconds until
beep is heard, then press the Unlock Button Once.
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Vehicle as Been Started By Remote Control.
Vehicle Is Running Under Control of The Remote Start Unit.
Battery Save Mode Is On.
Battery Level Indicator, Shown At Full Level.
Hood Or Trunk Input Was Activated.
Door Input Was Activated.
Vibration Sensor Was Activated.
Pre Detect Stage Of Sensor Was Activated.
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CAUTION!!
CARBON MONOXIDE GAS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY AND EVEN DEATH
It is the sole responsibility of the user to operate the vehicle this system is installed in
a safe manner.
This device must not be used in an enclosed space like a garage, attached or detached, car port, or any partially enclosed areas. Also this device must be placed in
the service mode when dropping the vehicle off for service to prevent injury to the
service technician.
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ORDER FORM FOR APS620CF & APS920CF2
Attention: Transmitter Ordering Department
Important: To help us expedite your order, please print all of the information legibly and mail this form and your payment according
to the instructions below.
Note: Transmitter model number found on back of case.
APS620CF
APS920CF2
1) Transmitter Model Number_____________________
2) Name: _______________________________________
3) Address: ______________________________________
4) City: ________________ State: _____ Zip Code: ________
5) Telephone Number: (_____) _______________
6) Total Number Of Transmitters Required APS620CF:
Cost Per Transmitter is:
$65.00
Multiply By Number Of Transmitters
X ______
OR
Total Number Of Transceivers APS920CF2:
Cost Per Transceiver is:
$85.00
Multiply By Number Of Transceivers
X______
7) Enter Total Amount Enclosed _________________
(New York State Residents must include the appropriate sales tax)
8) Method of Payment:
‰ Mastercard ‰ Visa ‰ Check or Money Order (do not send cash)
Make Checks Payable To Audiovox Corporation
Credit Card Number: _________________________________
Credit Card Expiration Date: ____ / _____ / _____
Credit card purchasers can order additional or replacement
transmitters by phone. Simply dial 1 - 800 - 645 - 4994, and
follow the instructions from the operator interface.
9) Mail this form along with your payment to:
Audiovox Electronics Corp., 150 Marcus Blvd., Hauppauge, N.Y., 11788
Attn.: TRANSMITTER DEPARTMENT
Audiovox Electronics Corporation, 150 Marcus Blvd., Hauppauge, NY 11788
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