Platform: DBALL
Firmware: NISS03
Rev.: 20120627
Update Alert: Firmware updates are posted on the web on a regular basis. We recommend
that you check for firmware and/or install guide updates prior to installing this product.
Installation Guide
The DBALL-NISS03 is an OEM transponder immobilizer override via data (no key required). Interfaces
directly with the latest models of Nissan & Infinity (Smart Key) ignition immobilizer systems to provide
seamless, safe and secure system integration when adding an aftermarket remote starter.
Note: NISS03 is compatible with all Push-to-Start (PTS) type Nissan and Infiniti vehicles (it does NOT
cover key or knob vehicles). See NISS01 for key style and NISS02 for knob.
Refer to the Quick Reference Guide (QRG) section for information on takeover, idle mode and Engine
Idle Protection Shutdown (EIPS).
IMPORTANT!
Ensure that the neutral safety relay is installed on this vehicle. The wire colors sometimes differ from model to model
than what is specified in the installation guide. Please use the specific pin locations when making these connections
and always test the wires as mentioned, instead of relying on the wire colors.
ALWAYS TEST THE INSTALLATION ONCE THE RELAY IS INSTALLED, TO ENSURE THE VEHICLE CANNOT BE
STARTED IN GEAR.
Index
Vehicle Application Guide............................................................................................................................................ 02
Installation
Type 1.........................................................................................................................................................................
BCM & IPDM-E/R Wiring for Type 1......................................................................................................................
Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart for Type 1...........................................................................................................
Lock/Arm & Unlock/Disarm Wire Connections......................................................................................................
Locating Key Components in the Vehicles............................................................................................................
Type 2.........................................................................................................................................................................
BCM & IPDM-E/R Wiring for Type 2......................................................................................................................
Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart for Type 2...........................................................................................................
Locating Key Components in the Vehicles............................................................................................................
Connect Start 1 & Ignition 2 Wires (all type 1 vehicles & negative connections on type 2)..................................
Type 3.........................................................................................................................................................................
Locating Key Components in the Vehicle..............................................................................................................
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Programming
Module Programming & Reset.................................................................................................................................... 16
Features & Options List............................................................................................................................................... 17
Features Programming............................................................................................................................................... 17
LED Diagnostics & Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................ 18
Limited One-Year Consumer Warranty........................................................................................................................ 19
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Vehicle Application Guide
Legend:
D: Data-to-Data (D2D) only
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AV: Horn & Lights Control
DL: OE Door Lock & Alarm Controls
FOB: Sync CAN Interface w /FOB Remote
PK: Transponder & Immobilizer Override
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SS-Entry Monitoring ALL
Door Pins
SS-Entry Monitoring Driver
Door Pin
SS-Entry Monitoring Hood
Pin
SS-Entry Monitoring
Trunk/Hatch Pin
ST-Brake Status (foot
brake)
DL-Driver Priority Unlock
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RS-Tach / RPM Output
DL-Door Unlock
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FOB-Control of aftermarket
alarm with OEM remote
PK-Immobilizer Bypass-Data
No Key Req'd
PK-Push To Start Ignition
Compatible
DL-Door Lock Control
Infiniti
EX35
1 1 1 1
2
EX37
1 1 1
2
FX35
1 1 1
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FX50
1 1 1
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G25
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G35
1 1 1
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G37
1 1 1 1
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M35
3 3 3 3 3 Off
M37
2 2 2
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M56
2 2
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QX56
2 2
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Nissan
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370Z (Smart Key) 1 1 1 1
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Altima
1 1 1 1 1 1
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Cube (Smart Key)
2 2 2
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GT-R
1 1 1
Off
JUKE (Smart Key)
2 2
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Maxima
1 1 1
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Murano
1 1 1
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Patrol
1 1 1
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Quest
2 2
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AV-Parking Lights Control
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Vehicles
Option #: Door Lock Type
(see Feature Prog.
The following table lists the vehicles and features which are compatible with this product. The number assigned to each
year allows you to determine which installation type should be used for your vehicle.
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RS: Engine Start & Status
SS: Entry Point Status-Security
ST: Status
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Firmware: NISS03
Rev.: 20120627
Page 3
Installation Type 1
Diode 1Amp
Install if the wires from your remote
starter are (-) only. If (+), see p.13.
(-) Ground
(+) 12v
(-) Starter
(+) Ignition 1
(-) Ignition 2
(+) Accessory 1
(+) Accessory 2
Remote
(-) Hood Status Input
(+) Brake Input
(AC) Tach Input*
Starter
A relay must be added to prevent starter damage on certain models.
Refer to the Wiring Reference Chart on pages 5 & 6 to know which
IPDM-E/R wiring chart to use with your vehicle. Also refer to the Vehicle
Wiring Reference Chart to see where the BCM is located in each vehicle.
(-) Trunk Status Input
(-) Door Status Input
BCM
(see page 4)
(-) Lock Output
(-) Unlock Output
(-) Trunk Output
(+) Parking Lights Output**
(+) Starter Output
(+) Ignition Output
(-) GWR (Status)
(-) Neutral Safety Input/(-) Handbrake Status Input*
for Remote Start
Connections
(see page 4)
21
BCM
1
21
pin 19 Can L - Pink
40
40
21
40
20
20
Black connector
20
1
Green connector
21
1
21
40
pin 30 Security Led
1
Gray
connector
20
pin 39 Door Pin
1
40
pin 20 Can H - Blue
3: Tan/Black: HSCAN High
CUT
10: Blue/White: (-) GWR (Status) Input
9: Pink: (+) Ignition Input
2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 See page 7 for Wiring Information
8: Violet: (+) Starter Input
7: Pink/White: (+) Parking Lights Input**
3: Red/White: (-) Trunk Input
2: Blue: (-) Unlock Input
1: Green: (-) Lock Input
RF
(+)12v
Programming button
RX
(-) Ground
LED
4
Horn Switch
Gray Connector
(in the steering column)
By default, the Parking
Lights and Door Locks
are disabled. See page
17 for information on how
to enable these options.
10
12
11: Yellow/Red
(+) 12v
13: Red: (+) 12v
(-) Ground
14: Black: (-) Ground
To LED
(-) Handbrake Status Output (W2W)*
1: Black/White
(-) EIPS Fail Output***
2: Green/Black: (-) Auto Headlamp Shutoff
3: Green/White: (-) Door Status Output
4: Red/Black: (-) Trunk Status Output
5: Violet/White: (AC) Tach Output*
6: Gray: (+) Brake Output
BCM Black Connector (see page 5)
11: Orange/Black: (-) PTS Output***
12: Blue/Red: (-) Hood Status
14
4: Tan: HSCAN Low
10: Orange/Red
DBALL
TX
XKD2D65
Do not connect Handbrake
and EIPS at the same time;
use one or the other.
Not required in D2D mode.
* These wires are optional connections required on some remote starters, which do not support this signals in D2D.
** Parking Lights must be activated in the programming sequence. See Feature 2, Option 2. This wire is an optional connection required on some remote
starters, which do not support this signals in D2D.
*** EIPS & Pit Stop: Automatic Transmission: Connection only required to activate this feature. Manual transmission: Connection always required.
See the Quick Reference Guide for more information on EIPS & Pit Stop Feature.
Wires are listed by pin numbers. This display is not representative of connector pin layouts, which are often stacked. All connectors are displayed
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Firmware: NISS03
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Page 4
BCM & IPDM-E/R Wiring for Type 1
Note that the IPDM may look different on your vehicle, but the connections remain the same.
The connections below need to be done with those found on page 3 (Installation Type 1 wiring diagram).
Please refer to page 10 for BCM locations.
Diode 1Amp
Install if the wires from your remote
starter are (-) only. If (+), see p.13.
1
BCM
40
21
20
40
(-) Ignition 2 (Pin 16)
(-) Starter out
(+) Accessory 1 (Pin 24)
(+) Accessory 2 (Pin 31)
(-) Ignition 2 out
1 Amp
Diodes
(+) Accessory 1 out
Remote Starter
20
Black
connector
1
20
1 Amp
Diodes
(+)Ignition 1
(Pin11)
1
21
Green connector
40
Gray
connector
1
21
(-) Start 1 (Pin 21)
Only if the A/C
does NOT work
in RS mode
to Under Hood Fuse Box (IPDM)
(see above IPDM E/R)
(+) Accessory 2 out
(+) Ignition 1 out
Please refer to page 9 for IPDM locations
This relay is REQUIRED in the installation
to avoid permanent damage to the vehicle
starter. It also EXTREMELY IMPORTANT
to protect the relay from water exposure.
UNDER HOOD FUSE BOX (IPDM-E/R)
42 41 40 39
46 45 44 43
(+) Neutral
(-) Start 1
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15
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37 35
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9
Diode
1Amp
Relay
(+) 12V
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87A
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81 79
78 68
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(+) Starter Output
Blue
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105 97
104 96
103 95
102 94
99 91
101 93
100 92
(+) Accessory 2 out
Neutral Safety Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Automatic Transmission
Three (3) available stages:
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Key in, Ign. OFF: 0 volt.
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Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission in Park or Neutral: 12 volts.
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Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission NOT in Park or Neutral: 0 volt.
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Firmware: NISS03
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Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart for Type 1
On this page, you can find information on the BCM gray and black connectors.
BCM - Gray Connector
Vehicles
Infiniti
EX (J50)
EX (J50)
EX (J50 Except Europa)
Middle East & China
EX (J50)
Years
BCM - Black Connector
(-) Ign 2
(-) Starter
(+) Ign 1
(-) PTS
CAN H CAN L
(+) ACC 1
(+) ACC 2
16
21
11
18
20
19
24
31
2008-09
2009-10
Yellow
Yellow
Lt. Blue
Lt. Blue
Red
Red
Brown
Brown
Blue
Blue
Pink
Pink
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
2009-10
Yellow
Lt. Blue
Lt. Blue
Brown
Blue
Pink
Orange
Orange
2010-Up
Tan
Lt. Blue
Red
Brown
Blue
Pink
Tan
Tan
Red
Black (LHD)/
Brown (RHD)
Blue
Pink
Orange
Orange
Blue
Pink
Orange
Orange
Blue
Pink
Orange
Orange
FX (S51) EU
2008-09
Yellow
Lt. Blue (LHD)/
Lt. Green (RHD)
FX (S51) US
2008-09
Yellow
Lt. Green
Pink
FX (S51)
2009-Up
Yellow
Lt. Green
Pink or Red
G Sedan (V36) US
G Sedan (V36) &
COUPE (CV36) US
2006-07
Yellow
Lt. Blue
Red
Lt. Blue
Lt. Blue or Black
(LHD)/
Brown (RHD)
Brown
Blue
Pink
Orange
Orange
2007-08
Yellow
Lt. Blue
Red
Brown
Blue
Pink
Orange
Orange
G Sedan (V36)
2008-09
Lt. Blue (LHD)/
Red (RHD)
Blue
Pink
2010-Up
Brown
Blue
Pink
G Sedan (V36) US
2010-Up
Red (LHD)/
Gray (RHD)
Lt. Blue (LHD)/
Gray (RHD)
Lt. Blue
Brown
G Sedan (V36) EU
Yellow (LHD)/
Orange (RHD)
Yellow (LHD)/
Tan (RHD)
Yellow
Brown
Blue
Pink
Orange (LHD)/
Black (RHD)
Tan (LHD)/
Black (RHD)
Tan
Orange (LHD)/
Yellow (RHD)
Tan (LHD)/
Yellow (RHD)
Tan
G Coupe (CV36) &
Conv (HV36)
2008-Up
Yelllow
Brown
Blue
Pink
Tan or Orange
Tan or Orange
M (Y51)
2010-Up
Red
Red
Lt. Blue or
Brown (LHD)/
Red (RHD)
Red or Violet
The BCM found in these vehicles has the same appearance as the one in Type 2
(see the Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart for Type 2).
Nissan
370Z (Z34)
Altima
Altima
Violet or Yellow Lt. Blue (LHD)/
(LHD)/
Red or Pink
Lt. Blue (RHD)
(RHD)
2007-08
Brown/White
Red
2009
Brown/White
Red
2009-Up
Red or Violet
Brown
Blue
Pink
Orange
Orange
Red/Black
Red/Black
Brown
Brown
Brown (gray
connector, pin 29)
Brown (gray
connector, pin 29)
Blue
Blue
Pink
Pink
Blue
Blue
Yellow
Yellow
Blue
Pink
Blue
Yellow
Blue
Pink
Blue
Yellow
Brown
Blue
Pink
Orange
Orange
Brown
Brown (gray
connector, pin 29)
Blue
Pink
Blue
Yellow
Blue
Pink
Blue
Yellow
Brown
Blue
Pink
Brown (VQ35)/
Violet (YD25)
Blue
Pink
Black (LHD)/
Gray (RHD)
Black or Gray
(VQ35)/
Lt. Blue (YD25)
Yellow (LHD)/
Gray (RHD)
Yellow or Gray
(VQ35)/
White (YD25)
Altima
2010
Brown/White
Red
Red/Black
Altima
2011
Brown/White
Red
Red/Black
GT-R (R35)
2008-Up
Yellow
Lt. Blue
Maxima
2009-10
Brown/White
Red
Red (LHD)/
Lt. Blue (RHD)
Red/Black
Maxima
2011
Brown/White
Red
Red/Black
Murano
2008-10
Black
Red
Murano
Black (VQ35)/
2010-Up Pink (YD25) or
Blue
Legend:
LHD - Left Hand Drive
RHD - Right Hand Drive
Red
Brown (LHD)/
Red (RHD)
Brown (LHD)/
Red
(RHD;VQ35)
VQ35 - Engine Model VQ35
YD25 - Engine Model YD25
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Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart for Type 1
On this page, you can find information on the BCM green connector, as well as on the IPDM-ER connections.
Vehicles
Years
BCM - Green Connector
(-) Driver door (Rap
Security LED
OFF)
30
39
IPDM-ER
(+) Neutral
(+) 12V
(-) Start
(+) Neutral
-
-
-
-
(+) Starter
Out
-
N/A
White
N/A
White
Gray
(RHD)
White
N/A
White
N/A
White
N/A
White
N/A
White
N/A
White
Green
Infiniti
EX (J50)
2008-09
Green
Lt. Green
Gray
Green
EX (J50)
2009-10
Green
Lt. Green
Violet or Gray
Green
EX (J50 Except Europa)
2009-10
Middle East & China
Green
Gray
Gray (LHD)
Green
EX (J50)
2010-Up
Green
Gray
Violet or Gray
Green
FX (S51) EU
2008-09
Green
Gray
Gray
Green
FX (S51) US
2008-09
Green
Gray
Gray
Green
FX (S51)
2009-Up
Green
Gray
Violet or Gray
Green
G Sedan (V36) US
G Sedan (V36) &
COUPE (CV36) US
2006-07
Green
Gray
Gray
Green
Lt. Green or Red
Red (G)/
Lt. Blue (LHD;D)/
Violet (RHD;D)
Lt. Blue (LHD)/
Yellow (RHD)
Red (G)/
Lt. Blue (LHD;D)/
Violet (RHD;D)
Brown (LHD)/
Red (RHD)
Brown
Brown (LHD;G)/
Lt. Green (LHD;D)/
Red (RHD;G)/
Lt. Blue (RHD;D)
Brown
2007-08
Green
Gray
Gray
Green
Pink
N/A
G Sedan (V36)
2008-09
Red
G Sedan (V36) EU
2010-Up
White (LHD)/
Red (RHD)
Gray (LHD)/
Orange (RHD)
Gray (LHD)/
Beige (RHD)
G Sedan (V36) US
2010-Up
Green
Gray
Gray (LHD)
G Coupe (CV36) &
Conv (HV36)
2008-Up
Pink or Red
Red
Gray (LHD)
Green (LHD)/
Violet (RHD)
Green (LHD)/
Violet (RHD)
Green (LHD)/
Violet (RHD)
Green (LHD)/
Violet (RHD)
Lt. Blue (LHD)/
Yellow (RHD)
Lt. Blue (LHD)/
Yellow (RHD)
Lt. Blue (LHD)/
Yellow (RHD)
White (LHD)/
Yellow (RHD)
Gray
(RHD)
Gray
(RHD)
Gray
(RHD)
Gray
(RHD)
M (Y51)
The BCM found in these vehicles has
the same appearance as the one in
2010-Up
Type 2 (see the Vehicle Wiring
Reference Chart for Type 2).
Gray
Brown
N/A
White
Violet (LHD)/
Yellow (RHD)
N/A
White
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Red
Red
Red
Red
White
Black
Black
Black (G)/
Red (D)
Gray (LHD)
Gray (LHD)
(Pin31)
White or Lt.
Green
White
White
White
White
Nissan
370Z (Z34)
2009-Up
Yellow (LHD)/
Green (RHD)
Altima
Altima
Altima
Altima
GT-R (R35)
Maxima
Murano
2007-08
2009
2010
2011
2008-Up
2009-Up
2008-10
Blue/Orange
Blue/Orange
Blue/Orange
Blue/Orange
Green
Blue/Orange
Orange
Murano
2010-Up
Orange
Gray
Gray
Lt. Blue
Lt. Blue
Lt. Blue
Lt. Blue
Gray
Lt. Blue
Lt. Blue
Lt. Blue (VQ35)/
Lt. Green (YD25)
Brown
Brown
Brown
Brown
Gray
Brown
Brown
Green (LHD)/
White or
Violet (RHD)
Green
Green
Green
Green
Lt. Green
Green
Green
Brown
Green
Red
Brown
White
Brown
Orange
Brown
Brown
Brown (G)/
Red (D)
N/A
Legend:
D - Diesel Engine Models
LHD - Left Hand Drive
G - Gasoline Engine Models
RHD - Right Hand Drive
VQ35 - Engine Model VQ35
YD25 - Engine Model YD25
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Horn Switch Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart for Type 1
Vehicles
Years
Horn Switch
Connector Location
Wire
Pin
Infiniti
2008-2011 Gray 8 pins Steering Column Green
2009-2011 Gray 8 pins Steering Column Green
8
2009-2011 Gray 8 pins Steering Column Green
2009-2011 Gray 8 pins Steering Column Green
8
2007-2009 Gray 8 pins Steering Column Green or Lt. Green
2008-2011 Gray 8 pins Steering Column Lt. Green
8
2009-2011 Gray 8 pins Steering Column Lt. Green
2007-2011 Gray 8 pins Steering Column Blue/White or Blue/Orange
8
2009-2011 Gray 8 pins Steering Column White
2009-2011 Gray 8 pins Steering Column Blue/White
8
Maxima
Murano
2009-2011 Gray 8 pins Steering Column Yellow
8
EX35
EX37
FX35
FX50
G35
G37
8
8
8
Nissan
370Z
Altima
GT-R
8
8
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Lock/Arm & Unlock/Disarm Wire Connections
(All type 1 vehicles, except 2007-09 Nissan Altima)
1
Black connector
Pins 15 and 37 at BCM for lock /
unlock do not contain wires.
Green connector
You can either insert lock/unlock wires
directly from the remote starter as shown
below or run wires into door and connect to
Violet for lock and Yellow for unlock at
window control switch.
Refer to page 9 for information on the BCM
location.
BCM
Gray connector
A: Feature 1 Option 1
Door Lock on CAN Disabled: No door lock
feature on CAN.
See page 9 for help on
locating BCM in your vehicle.
20
40
(-) Lock/Arm (pin 37)
Insert wire
Blue/Black (2007-09 Nissan Altima)
1
21
N.C.
Remote
N.C.
1: Green: (-) Lock Input
Remote
2: Blue: (-) Unlock Input
Starter
(-) Unlock/Disarm
(pin 15) Insert wire
Blue/Red (2007-09 Nissan Altima)
(Double pulse)
Starter
(-) Lock
(-) Unlock
(Double pulse)
B: Feature 1 Option 3
Door Lock TYPE 2: Perform door lock through
CAN, but we do NOT control the OEM alarm. It
must therefore be deactivated permanently using
Feature 3.
(-) Unlock
(Double pulse)
2: Blue: (-) Unlock Input
(-) Lock
1: Green: (-) Lock Input
P#: XKD2D65
D2D
D2D OR W2W
D2D connector is not
required when installed
in W2W mode.
(All type 1 vehicles, except 2007-09 Nissan Altima)
Insert a diode to secure the wire in the empty pin as shown.
Empty pin
Solder the wire to secure it on the metal pin.
Diode
This part can be removed because only the metal
pin is needed to secure the contact in the empty pin.
Unlock* wire from Remote Starter
*Lock: Same procedure have to be done for missing Lock wire.
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Locating Key Components in the Vehicles
Infinity FX
Passenger kick panel
Engine compartment passenger side
2007-10 Nissan Altima
BCM (behind cluster)
IPDM-E/R (under hood, driver side)
IPDM-E/R
Starter
1&2
Neutral
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Installation Type 2
(-) Ground
(+) 12v
(-) Trunk Status Input
(-) Door Status Input
Remote
(-) Hood Status Input
(+) Brake Input
(AC) Tach Input*
Starter
A relay must be added to prevent starter damage on certain models.
Refer to the Wiring Reference Chart on page 12 to know which IPDME/R wiring chart to use with your vehicle. Also refer to the Vehicle Wiring
Reference Chart to see where the BCM is located in each vehicle.
(-) Neutral Safety Input/(-) Handbrake Status Input*
(-) Starter
(+) Ignition 1
BCM
(-) Ignition 2
(see page 11)
(+) Accessory 1
(+) Accessory 2
(-) Lock Output
(-) Unlock Output
(-) Trunk Output
(+) Parking Lights Output**
(+) Starter Output
(+) Ignition 2 Output
(-) GWR (Status)
pin 3 Door Pin
20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21
for Remote Start
Connection
(see page 11)
BCM
Black Connector
pin 21 Can L - Pink
pin 22 Can H - Blue
pin 38 Security Led
3: Tan/Black: HSCAN High
4: Tan: HSCAN Low
14
10: Orange/Red
CUT
11: Yellow/Red
10: Blue/White: (-) GWR (Status) Input
9: Pink: (+) Ignition Input
2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
Horn Switch
Gray Connector
(in the steering column)
Vehicles
Nissan
Cube (Smart Key)
JUKE (Smart Key)
Years
Horn Switch
Connector Location
Wire
2009-11 Gray 8 pins Steering Column Red/Black
2010-11 Gray 8 pins Steering Column Lt. Green
7: Pink/White: (+) Parking Lights Input**
3: Red/White: (-) Trunk Input
2: Blue: (-) Unlock Input
1: Green: (-) Lock Input
RF
(+)12v
Programming button
RX
(-) Ground
LED
4
Do not connect Handbrake and EIPS at
the same time; use one or the other.
8: Violet: (+) Starter Input
10
By default, the Parking
Lights and Door Locks
are disabled. See page
17 for information on how
to enable these options.
12
(+) 12v
13: Red: (+) 12v
To LED (-) Ground
14: Black: (-) Ground
(-) Handbrake Status Output (W2W)*
1: Black/White
(-) EIPS Fail Output***
2: Green/Black: (-) Auto Headlamp Shutoff
3: Green/White: (-) Door Status Output
4: Red/Black: (-) Trunk Status Output
5: Violet/White: (AC) Tach Output*
6: Gray: (+) Brake Output
BCM Black Connector (see page 12)
11: Orange/Black: (-) PTS Output***
12: Blue/Red: (-) Hood Status
DBALL
TX
XKD2D65
Pin
8
8
Not required in D2D mode.
* These wires are optional connections required on some remote starters, which do not support this signals in D2D.
** Parking Lights must be activated in the programming sequence. See Feature 2, Option 2. This wire is an optional connection required on some remote
starters, which do not support this signals in D2D.
*** EIPS & Pit Stop: Automatic Transmission: Connection only required to activate this feature. Manual transmission: Connection always required.
See the Quick Reference Guide for more information on EIPS & Pit Stop Feature.
Wires are listed by pin numbers. This display is not representative of connector pin layouts, which are often stacked. All connectors are displayed
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BCM & IPDM-E/R Wiring for Type 2
1. Note that the IPDM may look different on your vehicle, but the connections remain the same.
2. In the Infiniti M37 and M56 vehicles, you can find the BCM seen below, but the IPDM-E/R seen on page 4.
20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21
20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21
BCM
(+) Accessory 1 (pin 25)
(+) Accessory 1 out
(+) Ignition 1 out
(+) Ignition 1 (pin 32)
(-) Ignition 2 (pin 33)
1 Amp Diode
(-) Starter (pin 34)
1 Amp
Diode
(-) Starter out
(+) Accessory 2 out
(+) Accessory 2 (pin 35)
CUT
The vehicle wire
MUST be cut.
UNDER HOOD FUSE BOX (IPDM-E/R)
Remote Starter
The connections below need to be done with those found on page 10 (Installation Type 2 wiring diagram).
(-) Ignition 2 out
(+) 12 V
Diode
1 Amp
87
86
(+) Neutral
85
(-) Starter 2
This relay is REQUIRED in the installation
to avoid permanent damage to the vehicle
starter. It also EXTREMELY IMPORTANT
to protect the relay from water exposure.
87a
30
(+) Starter 1
Fuse
Neutral Safety Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Automatic Transmission
Three (3) available stages:
§
Key in, Ign. OFF: 0 volt.
§
Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission in Park or Neutral: 12 volts.
§
Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission NOT in Park or Neutral: 0 volt.
See page 12 for the 2011 Nissan Quest IPDM-E/R wiring.
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IPDM-E/R Wiring for Type 2 (Specific to the 2011 Nissan Quest)
Note that the IPDM may look different on your vehicle, but the connections remain the same.
The connections below need to be done with those found on page 10 (Installation Type 2 wiring diagram).
This relay is REQUIRED in the installation
to avoid permanent damage to the vehicle
starter. It also EXTREMELY IMPORTANT
to protect the relay from water exposure.
38 36
37 35
82 80
81 79
34 24
33 23
32 22
31 21
30 20
29 19
28 18
27 17
26 16
25 15
14 8
13 7
12 6
11 5
10 4
9 3
78 68
77 67
76 66
75 65
74 64
73 63
72 62
71 61
70 60
69 59
58 52
57 51
56 50
55 49
54 48
53 47
(+) 12 V
86
87
85
(-) Starter 2
39 43
40 44
41 45
42 46
87a
(+) Neutral
30
Diode
1 Amp
(+) Starter 1
Neutral Safety Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Automatic Transmission
Three (3) available stages:
§
Key in, Ign. OFF: 0 volt.
§
Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission in Park or Neutral: 12 volts.
§
Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission NOT in Park or Neutral: 0 volt.
Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart for Type 2
BCM - Black Connector
Vehicles
38
21
22
BCM - White Connector
BCM
Security
(-) Driver
Years
CAN L CAN H
LED
Door
3
(+) Acc
(-)
Starter
(-)
IGN 2
(+)
IGN 1
(-) PTS
35
34
33
32
31
Black
Red
IPDM-ER
(+) Acc 1
(+) Starter
Out
(+)
12V
(-) Start
25
-
-
-
(+)
(+)
Neutral Neutral
-
-
Infiniti
Lt. Green
Lt. Blue
(LHD)/
(LHD)/
Lt. Blue
Gray (RHD) Gray (RHD)
M (Y51)
2010-Up
Green
Pink
Blue
QX (Z62)
2010-Up
Gray/
Red
Pink
Blue
Gray/Red
Red
Pink
Blue
Blue
Brown
Black
The IPDM found in these vehicles has the same
(LHD)/
(LHD)/
appearance as the one in Type 1 (see the
Blue (RHD) Beige (RHD) Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart for Type 1).
Brown
Red/
White
Orange
Red
Lt. Blue
Lt. Blue
Brown
Lt. Blue.
Pink
Red
Lt. Green
Brown/
Yellow
Brown/
White
White/
Blue/Red Brown
Red
Red/
Orange Red
White
Lt.
White
Green
Green
Blue/
Orange
Yellow/
Green
Red
Blue
Red/
White
N/A
Brown
Yellow
Red
Pink
Violet
N/A
Brown
Yellow/
Black
Yellow/
Green
Brown or
Red
Pink
Lt. Blue
Brown
N/A
Blue
Red/
White
N/A
Brown
Orange
Lt.
Green
N/A
Nissan
Juke (F15)
2010-Up
CUBE (Z12) 2010-Up
Patrol (Y62) 2010-Up
Quest
2011
Red/
Yellow
Gray/
Red
Purple
Pink
Pink
Pink
Blue
Blue
Gray/Red
Green
Brown
Orange
Lt. Blue
Purple
Brown
Red
Black
Blue
Legend:
LHD - Left Hand Drive
RHD - Right Hand Drive
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Locating Key Components in the Vehicles
BCM
IPDM-E/R
Nissan Juke (left of steering column)
Nissan Juke (engine compartment driver side)
Connect Start 1 & Ignition 2 Wires
(all type 1 vehicles & negative connections on type 2)
Start 1 and Ignition 2 wires from the vehicle are negative trigger:
- Add a diode as shown (Option 1) if your remote starter has negative Start or Ignition output available.
- Add a relay as shown (Option 2) if your remote starter only has positive Start or Ignition output available.
Option 1: Install a diode
86
85
87
Main System
BCM
(-) Start 1
or
(-) Ignition 2
(+) Starter 1
or
(+) Ignition 2
Main System
Option 2: Change polarity with a relay
Remote Starter
(-) Start 1
or
(-) Ignition 2
Diode
1Amp
Remote Starter
BCM
(-) Start 1
or
(-) Ignition 2
87a
30
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Installation Type 3
PDU
(behind cluster)
Brown 18 16 14
17 15 13
(-) Hood Status Input
(-) Door Status Input
(-) Neutral Safety Input/(-) Handbrake Status Input*
A relay must be added to prevent starter
damage on certain models.
Remote
(-) Trunk Status Input
Starter
(+) Brake Input
(AC) Tach Input*
(+) Ignition 1
(+) Accessory
(-) Ground
(+) 12v
(-) Lock Output
(-) Unlock Output
(-) Trunk Output
(+) Parking Lights Output
(+) Starter Output
(+) Ignition 2 Output
(-) GWR (Status)
Dimmer Switch
Red/Blue
Neutral Safety Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Automatic Transmission
Three (3) available stages:
§
Key in, Ign. OFF: 0 volt.
§
Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission in Park or
Neutral: 12 volts.
Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission NOT in Park or
§
Neutral: 0 volt.
(+) Starter
Black/Yellow
IPDM
(+) Neutral
3 4
5 6
Diode
1 Amp
87
86
85
(-) Ground
87a
30
(+) Starter
Can High, pin 6
OBDII
Diagnostic
Connector
1
8
9
16
Gray/Red
53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52
Can Low, pin 14
3: Tan/Black: HSCAN High
14
4: Tan: HSCAN Low
(+) 12v
13: Red: (+) 12v
(-) Ground
14: Black: (-) Ground
(-) Handbrake Status Output (W2W)*
(-) EIPS Fail Output**
1: Black/White
10: Blue/White: (-) GWR (Status) Input
9: Pink: (+) Ignition Input
2: Green/Black: (-) Auto Headlamp Shutoff
3: Green/White: (-) Door Status Output
6: Gray: (+) Brake Output
11: Orange/Black: (-) PTS Output**
By default, the Parking
Lights and Door Locks
are disabled. See page
17 for information on how
to enable these options.
8: Violet: (+) Starter Input
10
5: Violet/White: (AC) Tach Output*
12
4: Red/Black: (-) Trunk Status Output
3: Red/White: (-) Trunk Input
2: Blue: (-) Unlock Input
1: Green: (-) Lock Input
12: Blue/Red: (-) Hood Status
2
Brown/White
70 69 68 67 66 65
64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56
RF
(+)12v
Programming button
RX
(-) Ground
LED
4
Left front Purple
door trigger
DBALL
TX
XKD2D65
24 25 26 27
31 32 33 34
Horn Switch
Gray Connector
(in the steering column)
Do not connect Handbrake
and EIPS at the same time;
use one or the other.
BCM
M3
M2
M1
Brown/
White
BCM
Behind glove box
87654
32
1
Start Button
(brown connector)
Not required in D2D mode.
* These wires are optional connections required on some remote starters, which do not support this signals in D2D.
** EIPS & Pit Stop: Connection only required to activate this feature. See the Quick Reference Guide for more information on EIPS & Pit Stop Feature.
Wires are listed by pin numbers. This display is not representative of connector pin layouts, which are often stacked.
With the exception of the OBII Diagnotistic plug, all connectors are displayed from the wire side.
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Locating Key Components in the Vehicle
Ignition Switch
Infiniti M35 (right of steering column)
BCM
Infiniti M35 (behind glove box)
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Module Programming and Reset
Refer to the LED Diagnostics section on page 18 for more information and for troubleshooting purposes.
1
Please ensure that the vehicle is in a safe location and cannot move forward during
programming. For vehicles equipped with a manual transmission, ensure the gearshift
lever is in the neutral position.
2a
If using in D2D: Connect the 10-pin, 12-pin & 14-pin
harnesses to the module. Press & hold the programming
button, then connect the 4-pin D2D harness.
2b
3
If using in W2W: Connect the 10-pin & 12-pin harnesses to
the module. Press & hold the programming button, then
connect the 14-pin harness to the module.
3rd
th
1
st
2nd
4th
2nd
4
R
3rd
&
&
Solid Orange
Release
Solid Red
Do NOT
press the
brake pedal
Important: Do NOT press the brake pedal.
Press the Push-to-Start (PTS) button twice to turn the ignition ON.
4
2
in
14-p 2-pin
1
st
Wait until the LED turns ON orange then release the
programming button. The LED turns ON red.
5
4th
D2D 0-pin
1
1
3
in
14-p 2-pin
1
D2D 0-pin
1
5
1
If the module has not been programmed, the LED flashes throughout the process.
This can take up to 15 seconds.
&
If the module is already programmed, the LED turns OFF when the ignition is turned ON.
Press x2
5
The LED turns ON solid green for 3 seconds, then turns OFF once the module
has been successfully programmed.
6
Press the PTS button once to turn the ignition OFF.
Flashes
&
Solid x3 secs
Off
Press x1
Module reset will be done automatically upon programming.
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Feature and Option List
#
Feature
Description
Determines whether the door lock feature is enabled for
Europeran or North American vehicles. When set to OFF, the
remote starter door lock wires must be connected in the car.
Parking light control When set to OFF, the remote starter parking lights wire must
2
through CAN
be connected in the car.
1 Door lock
3 OEM alarm
When set to OEM enable, the alarm original to the vehicle is
activated.
Options
OFF*
On - Type 1 (EU)
On - Type 2 (CAN+US)
OFF*
ON
No action
OEM enable*
OEM disable
* Default option.
Feature Programming
Programming
Button
To enter feature programming routine
- Turn the ignition ON, then OFF.
- Within 5 seconds, press and HOLD the programming button until the LED turns ON orange (after 3 seconds). Release the
Programming button.
- The LED will flash green once slowly to indicate the feature number is 1. After a short delay, the LED flashes red rapidly to indicate
the current option of feature 1 (i.e. 1x green followed by 1x red indicates feature 1 is set to option 1). The flashing sequence will
repeat until a new command is entered.
Changing feature options
- Press the lock/arm or unlock/disarm button on aftermarket transmitter to change the option of the selected feature.
- The LED flashes red rapidly the number of times equal to the current option number. After a short delay, the LED flashes green
slowly the number of times to indicate the current feature. The flashing sequence will repeat until a new command is entered.
Accessing another feature
- Press and release the programming button a number of times to advance from the current feature to the next desired feature.
- The LED flashes green slowly the number of times equal to the feature number. After a short delay, the LED flashes red rapidly to
indicate the current option of the current feature. The flashing sequence will repeat until a new command is entered.
When the maximum number of features or options is reached, the LED will start flashing again from the first feature or
option.
Once a feature is programmed
- Other features can be programmed.
- The feature programming can be exited.
Exiting feature programming
- No activity for 30 seconds; after 30 seconds, the LED will turn ON orange for 2 seconds to confirm the end of the programming
sequence.
OR
- Press and HOLD the programming button for 3 seconds. After 3 seconds, the LED will turn ON orange for 2 seconds to confirm the
end of the programming sequence.
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LED Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
LED
Status
Description
Troubleshooting
Module Programming
Make sure the 4-pin D2D harness is connected or that
the 12 Volt is present between the red and black wires. If
the 12 Volt is present, the module may be defective.
This can also mean there is an issue with the data bus
wiring. Make sure the connections to the data bus are
correct by referring to the wiring diagram.
Off
Off
Module has no power.
Solid
Solid red
Waiting on the completion of a
programming sequence, or the
ignition is turned on.
Flashes
Flashes red
Programming in process, do not
turn key OFF.
Normal operation.
Flashes x1
Flashes red once
The module is not programmed.
Turn the ignition off and start again the programming.
Solid x3 secs
Solid green for 3
seconds
Module has been successfully
programmed.
Normal operation.
Active Ground While Running
Flashes
Flashes green
Ground out (GWR) is active
Normal operation.
Off
Off
Normal operation.
The Ground While Running (status) wire is incorrectly
connected. Refer to the wiring diagram to make the right
connections.
Inactive Ground While Running
Flashes x1
Flashes green
once
Lock command has been
received.
Flashes x2
Flashes green
twice
Unlock command has been
received.
Flashes x3
Flashes green 3
times
Trunk release command has been
received.
If it does not flash, the bypass module did not receive the
signal. Verify the connections between the bypass and
the remote starter module.
If it does not flash, the bypass module did not receive the
signal. Verify the connections between the bypass and
the remote starter module.
If it does not flash, the bypass module did not receive the
signal. Verify the connections between the bypass and
the remote starter module.
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Limited One Year Consumer Warranty
For a period of ONE YEAR from the date of purchase of a Directed Electronics remote start or security product, Directed
Electronics. (“DIRECTED”) promises to the original purchaser, to repair or replace with a comparable reconditioned piece, the
security or remote start accessory piece (hereinafter the “Part”), which proves to be defective in workmanship or material
under normal use, provided the following conditions are met: the Part was purchased from an authorized DIRECTED dealer;
and the Part is returned to DIRECTED, postage prepaid, along with a clear, legible copy of the receipt or bill of sale bearing the
following information: consumer’s name, address, telephone number, the authorized licensed dealer’s name and complete
product and Part description.
This warranty is nontransferable and is automatically void if the Part has been modified or used in a manner contrary to its
intended purpose or the Part has been damaged by accident, unreasonable use, neglect, improper service, installation or
other causes not arising out of defect in materials or construction.
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, EXCEPT AS STATED ABOVE, ALL WARRANTIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO EXPRESS WARRANTY, IMPLIED WARRANTY, WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR
PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND WARRANTY OF NONINFRINGEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, ARE EXPRESSLY
EXCLUDED; AND DIRECTED NEITHER ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES ANY PERSON OR ENTITY TO ASSUME FOR IT
ANY DUTY, OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH ITS PRODUCTS. DIRECTED HEREBY DISCLAIMS AND
HAS ABSOLUTELY NO LIABILITY FOR ANY AND ALL ACTS OF THIRD PARTIES INCLUDING DEALERS OR
INSTALLERS. IN THE EVENT OF A CLAIM OR A DISPUTE INVOLVING DIRECTED OR ITS SUBSIDIARY, THE PROPER
VENUE SHALL BE SAN DIEGO COUNTY IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. CALIFORNIA STATE LAWS AND APPLICABLE
FEDERAL LAWS SHALL APPLY AND GOVERN THE DISPUTE. THE MAXIMUM RECOVERY UNDER ANY CLAIM
AGAINST DIRECTED SHALL BE STRICTLY LIMITED TO THE AUTHORIZED DIRECTED DEALER’S PURCHASE PRICE
OF THE PART. DIRECTED SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, DAMAGES FOR THE LOSS OF TIME, LOSS
OF EARNINGS, COMMERCIAL LOSS, LOSS OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AND THE LIKE. NOTWITHSTANDING THE
ABOVE, THE MANUFACTURER DOES OFFER A LIMITED WARRANTY TO REPLACE OR
REPAIR AT DIRECTED’S OPTION THE PART AS DESCRIBED ABOVE.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty will last or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights that vary from State
to State. DIRECTED does not and has not authorized any person or entity to create for it any other obligation, promise, duty or
obligation in connection with this Part.
920-0007 2009-09
This Interface kit / Data Bus Interface part has been tested on the listed vehicles. Other vehicles will be added to the select
vehicle list upon completion of compatibility testing. Visit website for latest vehicle application guide. DISCLAIMER: Under no
circumstances shall the manufacturer or the distributors of the bypass kit / data bus interface part(s) be held liable for any
consequential damages sustained in connection with the part(s) installation. The manufacturer and it’s distributors will not, nor
will they authorize any representative or any other individual to assume obligation or liability in relation to the interface kit / data
bus interface part(s) other than its replacement. N.B.: Under no circumstances shall the manufacturer and distributors of this
product be liable for consequential damages sustained in connection with this product and neither assumes nor authorizes
any representative or other person to assume for it any obligation or liability other than the replacement of this product only.
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Quick Reference Guide
DBALL-NISS03
Rev.: 20120503
Vehicle Takeover
1
2
Pit Stop Mode
Press the remote start button on the transmitter to
start the vehicle.*
Press the Unlock button on the factory
or aftermarket remote.*
The Pit Stop Mode feature is practical when you need to stop and run an errand,
but wish to keep the engine running.
Press
remote start
button*
1
Press Unlock
button on
either remote*
Stop & put vehicle in Park (P)
Press the button to remote start the vehicle.*
Enter the vehicle, while making sure the
key is inside with you. The Push-toStart (PTS) button will start to flash.
&
ENGINE
START
STOP
Flashes
Enter vehicle
with Key Fob
3
Important: Do NOT press the brake pedal.
4
5
Press the PTS button twice to turn the
ignition ON.
You can now press the brake pedal,
put the car in gear and drive off.
P
&
OR
2
3
Stop the vehicle in a safe parking spot
and put the gear in Park (P).
2X
ENGINE
START
STOP
PUSH
Do NOT press
brake pedal
The PTS button will flash once to
indicate the vehicle is now in Pit Stop
Mode.
Press
remote start
button*
&
ENGINE
START
STOP
Flashes
It is now safe to leave the engine running and exit the
vehicle with the Key Fob in hand.
Note: We recommend that you always lock the doors
of your vehicle when leaving it unattended.
Exit vehicle with
Key Fob
* Your aftermarket remote starter model may differ from the one shown in the
illustrations.
Ready to
drive off
* Your aftermarket remote starter model may differ from the one shown in the
illustrations.
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Quick Reference Guide
DBALL-NISS03
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Engine Idle Protection System (EIPS)
Vehicles equipped with RFID-type Push-to-Start ignition systems work by detecting
a proximity key in the vehicle. They will run indefinitely if the key is removed, which
could potentially lead users to exiting the vehicle while the engine is still running
and the car is left idling on its own in a garage or a confined space.
To mitigate risk, we have designed a feature that is now available on the DBALL. It
will detect the presence of the RFID fob in the vehicle, through the CAN bus. If left
idling for more than the pre-defined runtime (i.e. 1 to 5 minutes) without detecting
the fob, DBALL will send a signal to the vehicle in order to shut off the engine.
EIPS (Engine Idle Protection System) will:
Protection System) will:
§
Notify the user about the idling engine by sounding the horn with a series of short
beeps.
Activating/deactivating EIPS:
§
To activate EIPS, remove all keys from the vehicle and close all doors while the
engine is running.
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To deactivate EIPS, do one of the following actions:
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Open one of the doors.
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Remote start the vehicle.
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Turn the engine off.
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Drive the vehicle.*
* The EIPS feature is disabled if the vehicle is in motion so there is no risk that the
vehicle will shut off while driving, regardless of the fob being present in the vehicle
or not.
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Shut down the engine after a pre-defined period of time (i.e. 1 to 5 minutes).
EIPS is configured using XpressVIP. The following window is displayed whenever
a DBALL module is flashed.
Notes
If the engine fails to shut down due to some malfunction, EIPS will go into alarm
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mode and will notify the user by all means possible (e.g. horn or siren).
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