Exhibit 5
50
Exhibit 0 GM &
85 OnStar
OnStar
GM
2010 Chevrolet Camaro LT
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2010 ACCESSORIES & BODY, CAB
Theft Deterrent - Camaro
SCHEMATIC AND ROUTING DIAGRAMS
THEFT DETERRENT SYSTEM SCHEMATICS
Fig. 1: Theft Deterrent System
Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP.
DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION AND PROCEDURES
DIAGNOSTIC CODE INDEX
DIAGNOSTIC CODE INDEX
DTC
DTC B0685
Description
B0685 02: Security System Indicator Circuit Short to Ground
DTC B0685
Diagnostic Instructions
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Perform the Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle prior to using this diagnostic procedure.
Review Strategy Based Diagnosis for an overview of the diagnostic approach.
Diagnostic Procedure Instructions provides an overview of each diagnostic category.
DTC Descriptor
DTC B0685 02
Security System Indicator Circuit Short to Ground
Diagnostic Fault Information
Circuit
Security LED Control
Ground
1. Security Indicator Malfunction
Short to
Ground
B0685 02
-
Open/High
Resistance
1
1
Short to
Voltage
1
-
Signal
Performance
-
Circuit/System Description
The security LED is controlled by the body control module (BCM) based on commands from the content theft
deterrent system. The security LED is located in the dash as part of the ambient light sensor and is supplied
ground at all times. When the content theft deterrent system requests the LED be commanded ON, the BCM
applies voltage to the security indicator control circuit, illuminating the LED.
Conditions for Running the DTC
The system voltage is at least 9 V and no more than 16 V.
Conditions for Setting the DTC
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The BCM detects a short to ground on the security indicator control circuit.
The above condition exist for 1 second.
Action Taken When the DTC Sets
Security LED output is disabled
Conditions for Clearing the DTC
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A current DTC is cleared when the conditions for setting the DTC are no longer present.
A history DTC will clear after 40 malfunction free ignition cycles.
Reference Information
Schematic Reference
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Theft Deterrent System Schematics
Connector End View Reference
Component Connector End Views
Description and Operation
Content Theft Deterrent (CTD) Description and Operation
Electrical Information Reference
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Circuit Testing
Connector Repairs
Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections
Wiring Repairs
Scan Tool Reference
Control Module References for scan tool information
Circuit/System Verification
Arm the content theft deterrent system. The security LED should illuminate and/or flash during the arming
sequence.
Circuit/System Testing
1. Ignition OFF, disconnect the harness connector at the B10B Light/Sunload Ambient Sensor.
2. Test for less than 10 ohms between the ground circuit terminal 6 and ground.
 If greater than the specified range, test the ground circuit for an open/high resistance.
3. Ignition ON, test for less than 1V between the control circuit terminal 1 and ground.
 If greater than the specified range, test the control circuit for a short to voltage. If the circuit tests
normal, replace the K9 BCM.
4. Command the security LED ON. Test for B+ between the control circuit terminal 1 and ground.
 If less than the specified range, test the control circuit for a short to ground or an open/high
resistance. If the circuit tests normal, replace the K9 BCM.
5. If all circuits test normal, replace the B10B Light/Sunload Ambient Sensor.
Repair Procedures
Perform the Diagnostic Repair Verification after completing the diagnostic procedure.
Control Module References for BCM replacement, setup, and programming
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SYMPTOMS - THEFT DETERRENT
NOTE:
The following steps must be completed before using the symptom tables.
1. Perform Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle in order to verify that all of the following are true:
 There are no DTCs set.
 The control modules can communicate via the serial data link.
2. Review the system operation in order to familiarize yourself with the system functions. Refer to the
following Content Theft Deterrent (CTD) Description and Operation.
Visual/Physical Inspection
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Inspect for aftermarket devices which could affect the operation of the Theft Deterrent System. Refer to
Checking Aftermarket Accessories .
Inspect the easily accessible or visible system components for obvious damage or conditions which could
cause the symptom.
Intermittent
Faulty electrical connections or wiring may be the cause of intermittent conditions. Refer to Testing for
Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections .
Symptom List
Refer to a symptom diagnostic procedure from the following list in order to diagnose the symptom:
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Content Theft Deterrent Malfunction
Security Indicator Malfunction
CONTENT THEFT DETERRENT MALFUNCTION
Diagnostic Instructions
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Perform the Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle prior to using this diagnostic procedure.
Review Strategy Based Diagnosis for an overview of the diagnostic approach.
Diagnostic Procedure Instructions provides an overview of each diagnostic category.
Circuit/System Description
The content theft deterrent system is a software based system in which the body control module (BCM) actively
monitors certain inputs to determine if unauthorized vehicle access is being attempted. Based on inputs such as
the door ajar switches, the rear compartment ajar switch, and the hood ajar switch, the BCM determines whether
a content theft deterrent alarm is warranted. If unauthorized access is being detected, the BCM will pulse the
vehicle horn and flash the turn signals as a means of theft deterrence.
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Reference Information
Schematic Reference
Theft Deterrent System Schematics
Connector End View Reference
Component Connector End Views
Description and Operation
Content Theft Deterrent (CTD) Description and Operation
Electrical Information Reference
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Circuit Testing
Connector Repairs
Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections
Wiring Repairs
Scan Tool Reference
Control Module References for scan tool information
Circuit/System Verification
1. Ignition ON, individually open and close each vehicle door while observing the door ajar
indicator/message. The indicator/message should accurately transition between the door ajar and door
closed state when each door is opened and closed.
 If the door ajar indicator/message does not properly transition when each door is opened and
closed, refer to Door Ajar Indicator Malfunction .
2. Completely lower the driver door window and close all vehicle doors.
3. Ignition OFF, arm the content theft deterrent system. Verify the scan tool Content Theft Deterrent Alarm
Status parameter is Armed.
 If not the specified value, refer to Keyless Entry System Malfunction .
4. Without disarming the system, reach in through the open driver window, unlock and open the driver door.
Verify the scan tool Content Theft Deterrent Alarm Status parameter is Alarm.
 If not the specified value, replace the K9 body control module.
5. With the door open, verify the vehicle horn is pulsing and the exterior lamps are flashing.
 If the horn is not pulsing, refer to Horns Malfunction .
 If the exterior lights are not flashing, refer to Headlamps Malfunction (T4A) or Headlamps
Malfunction (T4F) .
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Repair Procedures
Perform the Diagnostic Repair Verification after completing the diagnostic procedure.
Control Module References for BCM replacement, setup and programming
SECURITY INDICATOR MALFUNCTION
Diagnostic Instructions
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Perform the Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle prior to using this diagnostic procedure.
Review Strategy Based Diagnosis for an overview of the diagnostic approach.
Diagnostic Procedure Instructions provides an overview of each diagnostic category.
DTC Descriptor
DTC B0685 02
Security System Indicator Circuit Short to Ground
Diagnostic Fault Information
Circuit
Security LED Control
Ground
1. Security Indicator Malfunction
Short to
Ground
B0685 02
-
Open/High
Resistance
1
1
Short to
Voltage
1
-
Signal
Performance
-
Circuit/System Description
The security LED is controlled by the body control module (BCM) based on commands from the content theft
deterrent system. The security LED is located in the dash as part of the ambient light sensor and is supplied
ground at all times. When the content theft deterrent system requests the LED be commanded ON, the BCM
applies voltage to the security indicator control circuit, illuminating the LED.
Conditions for Running the DTC
The system voltage is at least 9 V and no more than 16 V.
Conditions for Setting the DTC
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The BCM detects a short to ground on the security indicator control circuit.
The above condition exist for 1 second.
Action Taken When the DTC Sets
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Security LED output is disabled
Conditions for Clearing the DTC
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A current DTC is cleared when the conditions for setting the DTC are no longer present.
A history DTC will clear after 40 malfunction free ignition cycles.
Reference Information
Schematic Reference
Theft Deterrent System Schematics
Connector End View Reference
Component Connector End Views
Description and Operation
Content Theft Deterrent (CTD) Description and Operation
Electrical Information Reference
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Circuit Testing
Connector Repairs
Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections
Wiring Repairs
Scan Tool Reference
Control Module References for scan tool information
Circuit/System Verification
Arm the content theft deterrent system. The security LED should illuminate and/or flash during the arming
sequence.
Circuit/System Testing
1. Ignition OFF, disconnect the harness connector at the B10B Ambient Light Sensor/TDI.
2. Test for less than 10 ohms between the ground circuit terminal 6 and ground.
 If greater than the specified range, test the ground circuit for an open/high resistance.
3. Connect a test lamp between the control circuit terminal 1 and the ground circuit terminal 6.
4. Command the security LED ON and OFF with a scan tool. The test lamp should turn ON and OFF when
changing between the commanded states.
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If the test lamp is always ON, test the control circuit for a short to voltage. If the circuit tests
normal, replace the BCM.
 If the test lamp is always OFF, test the control circuit for a short to ground or an open/high
resistance. If the circuit tests normal, replace the BCM.
5. If all circuits test normal, replace the B10B Ambient Light Sensor/TDI.
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Repair Procedures
Perform the Diagnostic Repair Verification after completing the diagnostic procedure.
Control Module References for BCM replacement, setup, and programming
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
CONTENT THEFT DETERRENT (CTD) DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
When armed, the content theft deterrent system is designed to deter vehicle content theft by pulsing the horns
and exterior lamps for approximately 30 seconds when an unauthorized vehicle entry is detected. However, the
content theft deterrent system does not affect engine starting.
An unauthorized entry can be any of the following with the content theft deterrent system armed:
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Unauthorized entry into the underhood area
Unauthorized entry into the rear compartment
When any door is opened without using the UNLOCK command from a keyless entry transmitter
After a battery reconnect, if the battery was disconnected with the content theft deterrent system armed
The components of the content theft deterrent system are:
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Body Control Module (BCM)
Remote function receiver module/Remote control door lock receiver
Security Indicator
Door Ajar Switches
Rear Compartment Ajar Switch
Hood Ajar Switch
Arming the Content Theft Deterrent System
Use the following procedure in order to arm the system:
1. Place the shift lever in P (park).
2. Turn OFF the ignition.
3. Open any door.
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NOTE:
The system is not armed if the doors are locked manually; the power door
lock switch or remote keyless entry transmitter must be used to arm the
content theft deterrent system.
4. Lock the doors with the power door lock switch or the LOCK button on the transmitter. The system is in
standby mode and will not start the arming timer until all doors are closed.
5. The system will begin the arm sequence immediately after the last door is closed. If the keyless entry
transmitter is used the arm the system after the vehicle doors are closed, the arm sequence will begin as
soon as the LOCK command is received by the transmitter.
6. Double clicking the LOCK command on the keyless entry transmitter will bypass the delayed arming
function and force the system to arm.
7. If the vehicle is equipped with passive locks, the vehicle will start the arming sequence when a keyless
entry transmitter is no longer detected.
Locking the Vehicle Without Arming the Content Theft Deterrent System
Locking the vehicle may be accomplished without arming the content theft deterrent system. Use of the manual
door locks or using the key to lock the doors will lock the vehicle, but will not arm the content theft deterrent
system.
Disarming an Armed System/Silencing an Alarm
If system arming has been requested by the power door lock switch or the keyless entry transmitter, it must be
disarmed.
NOTE:
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Disconnecting the battery or pulling fuses does not disable the arm mode, since
the BCM stores the content theft deterrent mode status in memory.
To disarm the content theft deterrent system in standby mode, perform one of the following:
 Press either power door unlock switch.
 Press the UNLOCK button on the keyless entry transmitter.
 Insert a valid key into the ignition and switch to the ON position.
To disarm the content theft deterrent system in the armed mode (non-event) or when activated (during an
alarm event):
 Press the UNLOCK button on the keyless entry transmitter.
 Insert a valid key into the ignition and switch to the ON position
Content Theft Deterrent Circuit Description
The following is a description of each component used in the content theft deterrent system:
Body Control Module
The content theft deterrent system is an internal function of the BCM which utilizes serial data and various
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switch inputs information to perform content theft deterrent functions. When the BCM detects an unauthorized
entry, it activates the horns and exterior lamps. The BCM has 4 basic modes (disarmed, standby, armed, and
alarm) for operating the content theft deterrent system. The different modes are described below.
1. The BCM has the content theft deterrent system in a disarmed mode until the following conditions are
detected:
 Ignition key turned to the OFF position.
 Doors locked by either the power door lock switch or the LOCK button on the transmitter.
2. The BCM enters the standby mode when the above conditions are detected. If a door was already opened
when the arm mode was requested, the standby mode does not start the timer until the last door is closed.
3. When the last door is closed, a 15 second timer is activated. Once the timer has expired, the BCM enters
the armed mode. After this delay, any forced entry activates the alarm mode.
4. When the BCM detects a forced entry, the BCM enters the alarm mode. The BCM activates the horns and
exterior lamps for 30 seconds. This is followed by a three minute time-out with the horn no longer active.
If no new intrusions are detected after the time-out, the horn is not active. The system must be disarmed
or the intrusion condition removed after the time-out for the system to exit alarm mode.
Remote Function Receiver Module/Remote Control Door Lock Receiver
The keyless entry system can arm and disarm the content theft deterrent system. When the keyless entry module
receives a door lock or unlock signal from the transmitter, the keyless entry module sends a message to the
BCM via serial data to perform the appropriate arm/disarm functions.
Security Indicator
The security LED is illuminated on the upper I/P by the BCM. The content theft deterrent system uses the
security LED to inform the driver of system status prior to arming.
Door Ajar Switches
The content theft deterrent system uses the door ajar switches as a status indicator to activate the alarm. The
door ajar switches are monitored by the body control module via a discrete input from each door ajar switch. If
the BCM receives a signal indicating a door is opened when the content theft deterrent system is armed, the
BCM activates the alarm.
Hood Ajar Switch
The content theft deterrent system uses the hood ajar switch as a status indicator to activate the alarm. The BCM
monitors the hood ajar switch via a discrete input from the switch. If the BCM receives a signal indicating the
hood has been opened when the content theft deterrent system is armed, the BCM activates the alarm.
Rear Compartment Ajar Switch
The content theft deterrent system uses the rear compartment ajar switch as a status indicator to activate the
alarm. The BCM monitors the rear compartment ajar switch via a discrete input from the switch. If the BCM
receives a signal indicating the rear compartment has been opened when content theft deterrent system is armed,
the BCM activates the alarm.
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Inputs
The BCM monitors the following inputs for content theft deterrent:
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The door ajar switches
The keyless entry transmitter LOCK/UNLOCK buttons; a message from the Remote function receiver
module/Remote control door lock receiver
The immobilizer status-The BCM uses the immobilizer status for disarming the system or silencing an
alarm when the correct vehicle key is used to start the vehicle
The rear compartment ajar switch
The hood ajar switch
Outputs
The BCM controls the following for content theft deterrent:
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The horn relay
The exterior lamps
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SPECIFICATIONS
FASTENER TIGHTENING SPECIFICATIONS
Specification
Application
Garage Door Opener Bolt Screws
Overhead Console Screws
Metric
2.5 N.m
2.5 N.m
English
22 lb in
22 lb in
SCHEMATIC AND ROUTING DIAGRAMS
REMOTE FUNCTION SCHEMATICS
Fig. 1: Keyless Entry
Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP.
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Fig. 2: Garage Door Opener
Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP.
DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION AND PROCEDURES
DIAGNOSTIC CODE INDEX
DIAGNOSTIC CODE INDEX
DTC
DTC B3101
DTC B3105
Description
B3101 00: Keyless Entry Data Link Circuit
B3105 00: Keyless Entry System Key Fobs
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DTC B3106
DTC B3109-B3113
B3106 00: Keyless Entry Data Link
B3109 00: Keyless Entry Transmitter 1 Battery
B3110 00: Keyless Entry Transmitter 2 Battery
B3111 00: Keyless Entry Transmitter 3 Battery
B3112 00: Keyless Entry Transmitter 4 Battery
B3113 00:: Keyless Entry Transmitter 5 Battery
B310D 00: Keyless Entry Transmitter 6 Battery
B310E 00: Keyless Entry Transmitter 7 Battery
B310F 00: Keyless Entry Transmitter 8 Battery
DTC B310D-B310F
DTC B3101
Diagnostic Instructions
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Perform the Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle prior to using this diagnostic procedure.
Review Strategy Based Diagnosis for an overview of the diagnostic approach.
Diagnostic Procedure Instructions provides an overview of each diagnostic category.
DTC Descriptor
DTC B3101 00
Keyless Entry Data Link Circuit
Diagnostic Fault Information
Circuit
B+
Serial Data - Transmit/Enable Line
Serial Data - Receive
Low Reference
Short to
Ground
B3101 00
B3101 00
B3101 00
-
Open/High
Resistance
B3101 00
B3101 00
B3101 00
B3101 00
Short to
Voltage
B3101 00
B3101 00
-
Signal
Performance
B3101 00
B3101 00
-
Circuit/System Description
The body control module (BCM) communicates with the remote control door lock receiver through the keyless
entry serial data circuits. When any button on the keyless entry transmitter is pressed, the transmitter sends a
signal to the remote control door lock receiver. The remote control door lock receiver sends a function request
to the BCM, depending on which button is pressed on the transmitter. The BCM receives the message and
performs the appropriate function.
Conditions for Running the DTC
A button is pressed on the keyless entry transmitter.
Conditions for Setting the DTC
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No response is received from the remote control door lock receiver after the BCM requests information from or
sends configuration commands to the remote control door lock receiver.
Action Taken When the DTC Sets
In case of power failure the remote control door lock receiver is disabled for 65 seconds, otherwise no action is
taken.
Conditions for Clearing the DTC
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A current DTC will clear when the fault is no longer present.
A history DTC will clear after 40 consecutive ignition cycles without a fault present.
Reference Information
Schematic Reference
Remote Function Schematics
Component Connector End Views
Component Connector End Views
Description and Operation
Keyless Entry System Description and Operation
Electrical Information Reference
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Circuit Testing
Connector Repairs
Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections
Wiring Repairs
Scan Tool Reference
Control Module References for scan tool information
Circuit/System Testing
1. Ignition OFF, disconnect the harness connector at the K77 remote control door lock receiver.
2. Ignition OFF, doors closed, wait 30 seconds. Test for less than 50 ohms between the low reference circuit
terminal 1 and ground.
 If greater than the specified range, test the low reference circuit for an open/high resistance. If the
circuit tests normal, replace the K9 BCM.
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3. Ignition ON, verify that a test lamp illuminates between the B+ circuit terminal 4 and ground.
 If the test lamp does not illuminate, test the B+ circuit for a short to ground or an open/high
resistance.
4. Ignition ON, test for 4-6 V between the serial data circuit terminal 3 and ground after inserting key in
ignition cylinder.
 If greater than the specified range, test the serial data circuit for a short to voltage. If the circuit tests
normal, replace the K9 BCM.
 If less than the specified range, test the serial data circuit for a short to ground or an open/high
resistance. If the circuit tests normal, replace the K9 BCM.
5. Disconnect the X1 and X2 harness connectors at the K9 BCM.
6. Test for less than 1 V between the serial data circuit terminal 27 and ground.
 If greater than the specified range, test the serial data circuit for a short to voltage.
7. Ignition OFF, test for infinite resistance between the serial data circuit terminal 27 and ground.
 If not the specified value, test the serial data circuit for a short to ground.
8. Test for less than 2 ohms between the K9 BCM terminal 27 X2 and K77 remote control door lock
receiver terminal 2.
 If greater than the specified range, test the serial data circuit for an open/high resistance.
9. If all circuits test normal, replace the K77 remote control door lock receiver. Check if the B3101 is no
longer set as current.
10. After K77 remote control door lock receiver replacement, if B3101 is still current, replace the K9 BCM.
Repair Procedures
Perform the Diagnostic Repair Verification after completing the diagnostic procedure.
Control Module References for BCM or remote control door lock receiver replacement, setup and
programming
DTC B3105
Diagnostic Instructions
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
Perform the Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle prior to using this diagnostic procedure.
Review Strategy Based Diagnosis for an overview of the diagnostic approach.
Diagnostic Procedure Instructions provides an overview of each diagnostic category.
DTC Descriptor
DTC B3105 00
Keyless Entry System Key Fobs
Circuit/System Description
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The body control module (BCM) monitors the number of keyless entry transmitters programmed. Until at least
one transmitter is programmed, the BCM determines a malfunction condition exists.
Conditions for Running the DTC
The BCM has been set up without transmitters being programmed.
Conditions for Setting the DTC
No keyless entry transmitter programmed to the BCM.
Action Taken When the DTC Sets
The keyless entry system is inoperative.
Conditions for Clearing the DTC
A current DTC is cleared when at least one transmitter has been programmed to the BCM.
Reference Information
Schematic Reference
Remote Function Schematics
Connector End View Reference
Component Connector End Views
Description and Operation
Keyless Entry System Description and Operation
Electrical Information Reference
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Circuit Testing
Connector Repairs
Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections
Wiring Repairs
Scan Tool Reference
Control Module References for scan tool information
Circuit/System Verification
Attempt to program the keyless entry transmitter. Refer to Replacing Keys . The transmitter should program.
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Circuit/System Testing
1. Verify that the transmitter is the correct transmitter for the vehicle.
 If not correct, replace the transmitter.
2. Attempt to program the transmitter. Refer to Replacing Keys . The transmitter should program.
 If the transmitter does not program, replace the transmitter.
Repair Procedures
Perform the Diagnostic Repair Verification after completing the diagnostic procedure.
Control Module References for BCM replacement, setup, and programming
DTC B3106
Diagnostic Instructions



Perform the Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle prior to using this diagnostic procedure.
Review Strategy Based Diagnosis for an overview of the diagnostic approach.
Diagnostic Procedure Instructions provides an overview of each diagnostic category.
DTC Descriptor
DTC B3106 00
Keyless Entry Data Link
Circuit/System Description
The remote control door lock receiver receives a signal from the keyless entry transmitters when a button is
pressed; it then sends the request to the BCM.
Conditions for Setting the DTC
The transmitter that is sending a signal to the remote control door lock receiver is different from those
transmitters stored in the body control module (BCM).
Action Taken When the DTC Sets
No action is taken.
Conditions for Clearing the DTC
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A current DTC will clear when the fault is no longer present and the ignition switch is cycled.
The history DTC will clear after 100 consecutive ignition cycles without a fault present.
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Reference Information
Schematic Reference
Remote Function Schematics
Component Connector End Views
Component Connector End Views
Description and Operation
Keyless Entry System Description and Operation
Electrical Information Reference
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Circuit Testing
Connector Repairs
Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections
Wiring Repairs
Scan Tool Reference
Control Module References for scan tool information
Circuit/System Verification
1. With a valid transmitter, press a button on the transmitter.
2. Verify that DTC B3106 is not set.
 If the DTC is set, replace the K84 remote control door lock receiver.
Repair Procedures
Perform the Diagnostic Repair Verification after completing the diagnostic procedure.
Control Module References for remote control door lock receiver replacement, setup, and programming
DTC B3109-B3113
Diagnostic Instructions
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Perform the Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle prior to using this diagnostic procedure.
Review Strategy Based Diagnosis for an overview of the diagnostic approach.
Diagnostic Procedure Instructions provides an overview of each diagnostic category.
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DTC Descriptors
DTC B3109 00
Keyless Entry Transmitter 1 Battery
DTC B3110 00
Keyless Entry Transmitter 2 Battery
DTC B3111 00
Keyless Entry Transmitter 3 Battery
DTC B3112 00
Keyless Entry Transmitter 4 Battery
DTC B3113 00:
Keyless Entry Transmitter 5 Battery
Circuit/System Description
With each press of a keyless entry transmitter button, a message containing the current battery state of the
transmitter is sent to the remote control door lock receiver, along with the commanded keyless entry function.
The remote control door lock receiver sends this to the body control module (BCM) to determine what action to
perform.
Conditions for Running the DTC
A keyless transmitter button is pressed.
Conditions for Setting the DTC
The DTC sets after 3 consecutive low battery signals from the same programmed transmitter.
Action Taken When the DTC Sets
The keyless entry system is inoperative.
Conditions for Clearing the DTC
The DTC is cleared when a normal transmitter voltage signal is received from the programmed transmitter that
set the DTC.
Reference Information
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Schematic Reference
Remote Function Schematics
Connector End View Reference
Component Connector End Views
Description and Operation
Keyless Entry System Description and Operation
Electrical Information Reference
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Circuit Testing
Connector Repairs
Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections
Wiring Repairs
Scan Tool Reference
Control Module References for scan tool information
Circuit/System Verification
Verify none of the following DTCs are set:
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DTC B3109
DTC B3110
DTC B3111
DTC B3112
DTC B3113
If any of the DTCs are set, replace the battery in the appropriate keyless entry transmitter. Operate the
transmitter 3 consecutive times. If the DTC resets, replace the keyless entry transmitter.
Repair Procedures
Perform the Diagnostic Repair Verification after completing the diagnostic procedure.
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Replacing Keys
Control Module References for remote control door lock receiver replacement, setup, and programming
DTC B310D-B310F
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Diagnostic Instructions
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Perform the Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle prior to using this diagnostic procedure.
Review Strategy Based Diagnosis for an overview of the diagnostic approach.
Diagnostic Procedure Instructions provides an overview of each diagnostic category.
DTC Descriptors
DTC B310D 00
Keyless Entry Transmitter 6 Battery
DTC B310E 00
Keyless Entry Transmitter 7 Battery
DTC B310F 00
Keyless Entry Transmitter 8 Battery
Circuit/System Description
With each press of a keyless entry transmitter button, a message containing the current battery state of the
transmitter is sent to the body control module (BCM) along with the commanded keyless entry function.
Conditions for Running the DTC
A keyless transmitter button is pressed.
Conditions for Setting the DTC
The DTC sets after 3 consecutive low battery signals from the same programmed transmitter.
Action Taken When the DTC Sets
The keyless entry system is inoperative.
Conditions for Clearing the DTC
The DTC is cleared when a normal transmitter voltage signal is received from the programmed transmitter that
set the DTC.
Reference Information
Schematic Reference
Remote Function Schematics
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Connector End View Reference
Component Connector End Views
Description and Operation
Keyless Entry System Description and Operation
Electrical Information Reference
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Circuit Testing
Connector Repairs
Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections
Wiring Repairs
Scan Tool Reference
Control Module References for scan tool information
Circuit/System Verification
Verify none of the following DTCs are set:
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DTC B310D
DTC B310E
DTC B310F
If any of the DTCs are set, replace the battery in the appropriate keyless entry transmitter. Operate the
transmitter 3 consecutive times. If the DTC resets, replace the keyless entry transmitter.
Repair Procedures
Perform the Diagnostic Repair Verification after completing the diagnostic procedure.
Replacing Keys
SYMPTOMS - REMOTE FUNCTIONS
NOTE:
The following steps must be completed before using the symptom tables.
1. Perform Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle before using the Symptom Tables in order to verify that all
of the following are true:
 There are no DTCs set.
 The control modules can communicate via the serial data link.
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2. Review the system operation in order to familiarize yourself with the system functions. Refer to Keyless
Entry System Description and Operation.
Visual/Physical Inspection
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Inspect for aftermarket devices which could affect the operation of the Keyless Entry System. Refer to
Checking Aftermarket Accessories .
Inspect the easily accessible or visible system components for obvious damage or conditions which could
cause the symptom.
Intermittent
Faulty electrical connections or wiring may be the cause of intermittent conditions. Refer to Testing for
Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections .
Symptom List
Refer to a symptom diagnostic procedure from the following list in order to diagnose the symptom:
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Garage Door Opener Malfunction
Keyless Entry System Malfunction
Remote Vehicle Start Malfunction
GARAGE DOOR OPENER MALFUNCTION
Diagnostic Instructions
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Perform the Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle prior to using this diagnostic procedure.
Review Strategy Based Diagnosis for an overview of the diagnostic approach.
Diagnostic Procedure Instructions provides an overview of each diagnostic category.
Diagnostic Fault Information
Circuit
B+
Ground
1. Garage Door Opener Malfunction
Short to
Ground
1
-
Open/High
Resistance
1
1
Short to
Voltage
-
Signal
Performance
-
Circuit/System Description
The garage door opener is a transmitter operating between 288 and 434 MHz. The garage door opener has three
buttons that may be programmed for individual transmitter/receiver combinations to control up to three garage
door openers, security gates, lighting systems, etc. Each button represents a unique transmitter code section,
which operates independently of the other buttons, and may be considered a separate transmitter.
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Reference Information
Schematic Reference
Remote Function Schematics
Connector End View Reference
Component Connector End Views
Description and Operation
Garage Door Opener Description and Operation
Electrical Information Reference
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Circuit Testing
Connector Repairs
Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections
Wiring Repairs
Special Tools
J 41540 Universal Home Remote Tester
Circuit/System Testing
1. Ignition OFF, disconnect the harness connector at the garage door opener.
NOTE:
For the following tests use test probe J-35616-4A (PU). Insert this into the
connector from the harness side to take measurements. Probing the
terminals from the front may damage them.
2. Ignition OFF, test for less than 5 ohms between the ground circuit terminal 3 and ground.
 If greater than the specified value, test the ground circuit for an open/high resistance.
3. Ignition ON, verify a test lamp illuminates between the B+ circuit terminal 1 and ground.
 If the test lamp does not illuminate, test the B+ circuit for a short to ground or an open/high
resistance.
NOTE:
This step will clear any learned transmitters from the garage door opener.
This will require reprogramming by the customer to reestablish garage
door opener functionality.
4. Ignition ON, hold the two outer buttons on the garage door opener for 10 seconds. The LEDs will flash
quickly indicating it has entered the diagnostic mode. Place the J 41540 adjacent to the garage door
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opener and press each button of the garage door opener one at a time. The tester should indicate when
each button is pressed.
5. Using the Hand Held Transmitter from J 41540 kit, program a single button on the in-car garage door
opener. Verify the Programmed LED on the test tool lights with the newly programmed vehicle garage
door opener. This verifies the transmitter can learn a new function.
 If the tester indicates that one or more of the buttons does not respond, replace the garage door
opener.
6. Instruct the customer to program the garage door opener. Refer to the vehicle owners manual. If further
malfunction occurs, a possible rolling code or incompatibility with the garage door opener receiver will
prevent programming.
Repair Procedures
Perform the Diagnostic Repair Verification after completing the diagnostic procedure.
Control Module References for garage door opener replacement, setup, and programming
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM MALFUNCTION
Diagnostic Instructions
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Perform the Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle prior to using this diagnostic procedure.
Review Strategy Based Diagnosis for an overview of the diagnostic approach.
Diagnostic Procedure Instructions provides an overview of each diagnostic category.
Circuit/System Description
The keyless entry system is a vehicle entry device. The keyless entry will unlock the vehicle doors or open the
rear compartment when a corresponding button on the keyless entry fob/key is pressed. This is accomplished by
the keyless entry fob/key sending a radio frequency to the remote control door lock receiver, which then sends
the signal to the body control module (BCM). The BCM interprets the signal and activates the requested
function. A low fob/key battery or radio frequency (RF) interference from aftermarket devices such as 2-way
radios, power inverters, cellular phone chargers, computers, etc. may cause a system malfunction. High RF
traffic areas, such as gas stations which use pay-at-the-pump RF transponders, may also cause interference that
could lead to a malfunction.
Reference Information
Schematic Reference
Remote Function Schematics
Connector End View Reference
Component Connector End Views
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Description and Operation
Keyless Entry System Description and Operation
Electrical Information Reference
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Circuit Testing
Connector Repairs
Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections
Wiring Repairs
Scan Tool Reference
Control Module References for scan tool information
Circuit/System Verification
Attempt to learn the keyless entry fob/key, refer to Replacing Keys . The fob/key should learn.
Circuit/System Testing
1. Verify that the fob/key is the correct fob/key for the vehicle.
 If not the correct fob/key, replace the fob/key.
2. Place the fob/key on the test pad of the J 43241 and press each fob/key button one at a time. The tester
should sound a tone and illuminate a green light with each button press.
 If one or more buttons does not sound the tone and illuminate the green light, replace the fob/key
battery and retest with the J 43241. If the condition continues after battery replacement, replace the
fob/key.
3. Operate the fob/key while observing the scan tool Fob Function parameter for the appropriate fob/key.
The parameter should correspond with the function selected on the fob/key.
 If the parameter does not match the function selected on the fob/key, replace the fob/key.
4. Attempt to learn the fob/key, refer to Replacing/Adding Keys. The fob/key should learn.
 If the fob/key does not learn, test the keyless entry antenna for an open/high resistance. If the
circuit tests normal, replace the K9 BCM.
Repair Procedures
Perform the Diagnostic Repair Verification after completing the diagnostic procedure.
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Replacing Keys
Control Module References for remote control door lock receiver replacement, setup, and programming
REMOTE VEHICLE START MALFUNCTION
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Diagnostic Instructions
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Perform the Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle prior to using this diagnostic procedure.
Review Strategy Based Diagnosis for an overview of each diagnostic approach.
Diagnostic Procedure Instructions provides an overview of each diagnostic category.
Circuit/System Description
Remote vehicle start begins as an radio frequency message received by the BCM (BCM) from a keyless entry
transmitter. The BCM monitors system conditions such as content theft deterrent, hood ajar status, and body
DTCs to determine if a remote vehicle start event will occur. If conditions are determined to be acceptable, the
remote vehicle start message is sent to the engine control module (ECM). The ECM monitors system conditions
such as engine control parameters and vehicle theft deterrent to determine if engine starting will be allowed. If
conditions are acceptable, the ECM will initiate engine starting. During the engine run time in a remote vehicle
start attempt, before the operator enters the vehicle, the ECM may discontinue engine operation if system
conditions require it or a message is received from the BCM requesting the engine be turned OFF.
Diagnostic Aids
NOTE:
If the vehicle has a current vehicle DTC that illuminates the malfunction
indicator lamp (MIL), the cause of the DTC must be diagnosed before
proceeding with the Remote Vehicle Start Inoperative diagnostic.
The remote vehicle start system will not operate if any of the following conditions are present:
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A current vehicle DTC that illuminates the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL)
The vehicle is in valet mode.
More than 2 remote starts have been attempted.
The hazard switch is in the ON position.
A current hazard switch DTC is set.
The vehicle hood is ajar.
A current hood ajar DTC is set.
The content theft deterrent system detects an alarm trigger.
Excessive engine RPM
Excessive coolant temperature
Accelerator pedal position greater than 0 percent
Vehicle not in park
Vehicle theft deterrent malfunction
A current automatic transmission shift lock control system DTC is set.
A vehicle speed sensor signal is detected by the ECM.
Reference Information
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Schematic Reference
Remote Function Schematics
Connector End View Reference
Component Connector End Views
Description and Operation
Keyless Entry System Description and Operation
Electrical Information Reference
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Circuit Testing
Connector Repairs
Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections
Wiring Repairs
Scan Tool Reference
Control Module References for scan tool information
Circuit/System Verification
1. Verify that remote vehicle start is enabled through vehicle personalization.
 If remote vehicle start is not enabled, use vehicle personalization to turn on remote vehicle start
functionality. Refer to the vehicle owners manual.
2. Verify that the keyless entry functions operate with all available keyless entry transmitters.
 If the keyless entry system does not function properly, refer to Keyless Entry System
Malfunction.
3. Observe the scan tool BCM Remote Start Diagnostic Status History and the ECM Remote Vehicle Start
Disable History parameters. Verify that no Diagnostic Status History or Start Disable items are present.
 If remote vehicle start disable history items are present, refer to the appropriate subsection in which
the failure occurred.
4. Verify the scan tool BCM Content Theft Trigger History parameters displays None.
 If not specified value, refer to Content Theft Deterrent Malfunction .
REPAIR INSTRUCTIONS
REMOTE CONTROL DOOR LOCK RECEIVER REPLACEMENT (WITH BTV)
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Fig. 3: Remote Control Door Lock Receiver (With BTV)
Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP.
Callout
Component Name
Remote Control Door Lock Receiver
Procedure
1
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the module trim cover.
Disconnect the electrical connector.
Remove cover and unsnap the receiver from the windshield bracket.
For programming and set up, refer to Control Module References
REMOTE CONTROL DOOR LOCK RECEIVER REPLACEMENT (WITHOUT BTV)
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Fig. 4: Remote Control Door Lock Receiver (Without BTV)
Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP.
Callout
Component Name
Preliminary Procedure:
Remove the instrument cluster. Refer to Instrument Cluster Replacement .
Remote Control Door Lock Receiver
Procedure
1
1. Reach through opening and unsnap the receiver from the instrument panel trim pad.
2. Disconnect the electrical connector.
3. For programming and set up, refer to Control Module References .
GARAGE DOOR OPENER TRANSMITTER PUSHBUTTON REPLACEMENT
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Fig. 5: Garage Door Opener Transmitter Pushbutton
Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP.
Callout
1
Component Name
Roof Console
Refer to Roof Console Replacement
Garage Door Opener Bolt/Screws (Qty: 3)
2
CAUTION:
Refer to Fastener Caution .
3
Tighten: 2.5 N.m (22 lb in)
Universal Garage Door Opener Support Bracket
Garage Door Opener
4
Procedure
1. Disconnect the electrical connectors.
2. Refer to Control Module References for programming and set-up procedures.
REMOTE CONTROL DOOR LOCK TRANSMITTER PROGRAMMING
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Because the keyless entry transmitter and the vehicle key are integrated as one unit, the transmitter is learned
during the normal key learn procedure. Except for the vehicle key learn, there is no specific learn procedure for
the keyless entry transmitter.
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
GARAGE DOOR OPENER DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
The garage door opener is fixed and rolling code capable. Rolling code is a system that allows the code that the
customers receiver receives from the garage door opener to change every time the garage door opener is used
within operating range of the receiver. Rolling code programming requires the customer to push a
learn/program button on the garage door opener receiver at their home. This button is usually located on the
receiver unit under a cover (light cover) on one end of the unit. The customer must follow the garage door
opener manufacturers instructions to program/learn the receiver to accept the Universal Home Remote System
as an authorized opener for their unit. When the receiver and the garage door opener are initially programmed
together, a code is established and a new code is created for every new transmission. The software in the
receiver recognizes the garage door opener and accepts the new code.
The garage door opener is compatible with most, but not all types and brands of transmitters.
The garage door opener is a transmitter operating between 288-434 MHz. The power and range of the
transmitter is limited to comply with laws governing the generation of radio frequency interference. The
transmitter is programmed by the user to accept the signal generated by the user's transmitters.
The garage door opener has 3 buttons that may be programmed for individual transmitter/receiver combinations
to control up to 3 garage door openers, security gates, lighting systems, etc. Each button represents a transmitter
code section of the transmitter, which operates separately from any other button, and may be considered a
separate transmitter. Operation consists of simply pressing a button to activate the corresponding transmitter.
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
The keyless entry system is a vehicle entry device. The keyless entry system is used in conjunction with the
body control module (BCM) to remotely activate certain vehicle features. Keyless entry will lock/unlock the
doors or open the trunk when a corresponding button on the keyless entry transmitter is pressed. This is
accomplished by the transmitter sending a radio frequency to the BCM. The BCM interprets the signal and
performs the requested function. A low transmitter or vehicle battery or radio frequency interference from
aftermarket devices, such as 2-way radios, power inverters, computers, etc., may cause a system malfunction.
High radio frequency traffic areas may also cause interference that could lead to a malfunction. Keyless entry
allows you to operate the following components:
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Door locks
Remote trunk release
Vehicle locator/Panic alarm
Remote vehicle starting, if equipped
The keyless entry system has the following components:
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Keyless entry transmitters
BCM
Remote Function Receiver Module
Keyless Entry Transmitters
The keyless entry transmitters are used to lock and unlock the vehicle door while away from the immediate are
of the vehicle. Vehicles without remote vehicle start will operate at a distance of up to 20 m (65 ft) away, except
for Japanese and South Korean vehicles, which are limited to 4 m (16 feet). Vehicles with remote vehicle start
will operate at a distance of up to 60 m (195 ft) away. Up to 8 transmitters may be programmed to a single
vehicle. The keyless entry transmitter is an integral part of the vehicle key.
Body Control Module (BCM)
The BCM is a multifunction module that operates the keyless entry system. When an radio frequency message
is received from a keyless entry transmitter, the BCM interprets this signal and performs the specific function,
i.e. door lock, door unlock, or vehicle locate.
Remote Function Receiver Module
The remote function receiver module is connected to the BCM with a dedicated link. When a button is pressed
on a keyless entry transmitter, the remote function receiver module receives this signal and sends the request to
the BCM. The BCM interprets the signal and performs the specific function, i.e. door lock, door unlock, or
vehicle locate.
Unlock Doors
Momentarily press the transmitter UNLOCK button in order to perform the following functions:
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Unlock only the driver door or all doors; this is customized through the DIC.
Illuminate the interior lamps for a determined length of time or until the ignition is turned ON.
Flash the exterior lights; this is customized through the DIC.
Disarm the content theft deterrent (CTD) system, if equipped.
Deactivate the CTD system when in the alarm mode.
Lock All Doors
Press the transmitter LOCK button to perform the following functions:
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Lock all vehicle doors.
Immediately turn OFF the interior lamps.
Flash the exterior lights and/or sound the horn; this is customized through the DIC.
Arm the CTD system.
Remote Trunk Release
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Press the remote trunk release button on the transmitter to open the trunk.
Vehicle Locator/Panic Alarm
A single press of the panic button performs the following functions. Some functions may be dependent on
personalization settings:
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Pulse the horn 3 times.
Flash the exterior lamps 3 times.
A press and hold of the panic button performs the following functions:
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Illuminate the interior lamps.
Pulse the horn and flash the exterior lamps for 30 seconds or until the following conditions occur:
 The panic button is pressed.
 The ignition switch is turned to the RUN position with a valid key.
Remote Vehicle Start, if equipped
The remote vehicle start function allows engine starting while not in the vehicle. It also allows the vehicle
HVAC system and other vehicle systems to enable, providing a comfortable vehicle upon entry. Remote
Vehicle Start functions have an operating range of up to 195 feet, depending on conditions. The remote vehicle
start sequence begins by pressing and releasing the lock button and then pressing and holding the remote
vehicle start buttons on the keyless entry transmitter. The turn signal lamps will illuminate to indicate the
vehicle has received the remote start request. Each time an remote vehicle start is performed, the vehicle doors
are locked, however they may then be unlocked/locked with the transmitter or vehicle key at any time. Once
activated, the engine is allowed to run for 10 minutes. The remote vehicle start time may be extended by an
additional 10 minutes by again pressing and releasing the lock button and then pressing and holding the remote
vehicle start buttons on the transmitter. This feature is called a remote vehicle start continue and allows a
maximum of 20 minutes of engine running. If the remote vehicle start continue is performed at 7 minutes into
the initial 10 minute time-out, a total of 17 minutes of engine running would occur. The remote vehicle start
event may be suspended at any time by pressing only the remote vehicle start button on the transmitter or by
entering the vehicle and turning ON the hazard lamps.
In between ignition cycles, only 2 remote vehicle start events may occur or be attempted. Once 2 events or
attempts have been made, future remote vehicle start events will be suspended until the vehicle is started using
the ignition.
Enable/Disable Remote Vehicle Start
Using the driver information center, remote vehicle start may be enabled or disabled as a part of vehicle
personalization. Refer to the vehicle owners manual for more information.
Hood Ajar Switch
The hood switch provides status of the hood to the BCM for remote vehicle start purposes. The switch is
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integrated into the hood latch assembly. The hood ajar switch provides 2 separate inputs to the BCM. These
separate inputs allow the BCM to actively monitor for a hood ajar switch fault.
Remote Vehicle Start Circuit Description
The BCM receives a signal from the keyless entry transmitter indicating a remote vehicle start request. A
message is then sent to the BCM which determines if a crank request message will be sent to the ECM to allow
engine starting. To determine if conditions are correct for an remote vehicle start event, the BCM will ensure
the following conditions are met:
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A valid hood ajar switch closed signal is present.
The doors are locked.
The hazard switch is OFF.
The vehicle power mode is correct.
No content theft deterrent (CTD) alarm triggers are present.
When the BCM determines all conditions meet those required for an remote vehicle start event, a message is
sent via serial data to the ECM. The ECM relies on the remote vehicle start message from BCM to enable
remote vehicle start when the crank request signal is received. If the ECM does not receive a valid remote
vehicle start message, it will not attempt to start the engine. While the ECM is in remote vehicle start mode it
will suspend engine operation if any of the following additional conditions occur:
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Vehicle speed is greater than 0.
Transmission is not in PARK.
Excessive engine coolant temperature
Low oil pressure
The malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) is commanded ON.
Engine crank time is greater than 30 seconds.
Excessive engine speed
Accelerator pedal position too high
Remote start timer equals 0.
Immobilizer system indicates tamper
Keyless Entry Personalization
Vehicle lock/unlock functions and remote vehicle start remote vehicle start settings may be personalized. For
functional descriptions and personalization instructions, refer to the vehicle owners manual.
SPECIAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL TOOLS
Illustration
Tool Number/ Description
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J 43241
Keyless Entry Tester
EL 47955
J 2534
Multi Diagnostic Interface MDI
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Quick Reference Install Guide
5000-series Security and Remote Start System
Main Harness (H1), 12-pin connector
Adjusting the Shock Sensor
2.
H1/1
RED/WHITE
(-) 200mA AUX TRUNK RELEASE OUTPUT
H/1
PURPLE
STARTER OUTPUT TO STARTER (STARTER SIDE)
RED
(+) CONSTANT POWER INPUT
H/2
GREEN
STARTER INPUT FROM IGNITION SWITCH (KEY SIDE)
H1/3
BROWN
(+) SIREN OUTPUT
H/3
RED
(+) 30A HIGH CURRENT 12V INPUT
NOT USED
H/4
ORANGE
OUTPUT TO ACCESSORY CIRCUIT
BLACK
(-) CHASSIS GROUND INPUT
H/5
RED
(+) (30A) HIGH CURRENT 12V INPUT
H1/6
VIOLET*
(+) DOOR TRIGGER INPUT, ZONE 3
H/6
PINK
OUTPUT TO PRIMARY IGNITION CIRCUIT
H1/7
BLUE
(-) INSTANT TRIGGER INPUT, ZONE 1
H/7
RED/WHITE
(+) (30A) HIGH CURRENT 12V INPUT
H1/8
GREEN*
(-) DOOR TRIGGER INPUT, ZONE 3
H/8
PINK/WHITE
OUTPUT TO SECOND IGNITION/ACCESSORY CIRCUIT
H1/9
BLACK/WHITE
(-) 200mA DOMELIGHT SUPERVISION OUTPUT
H1/10
WHITE/BLUE
(-) REMOTE START ACTIVATION INPUT
H1/11
WHITE
(+)/(-) SELECTABLE LIGHT FLASH OUTPUT
1
BLUE
(-) 200mA STATUS OUTPUT
H1/12
ORANGE
(-) 500mA GROUND WHEN ARMED OUTPUT
2
ORANGE
(-) 200mA ACCESSORY RELAY TURN ON
3
PURPLE
(-) 200mA STARTER RELAY TURN ON
4
PINK
(-) 200mA IGNITION RELAY TURN ON
Relay satellite 4-pin connector
* The door trigger wire will still need to be connected if the system is programmed
with security features OFF to allow the system to enter the programming modes.
Antenna/Receiver
Bitwriter
D2D port
Remote
Start port
Adjusting the sensor:
1. Disarm the system, turn the ignition Off.
2. With the sensor mounted in its permanent location, locate the trim pot on the
shock sensor module and using a trimmer tool:
• Turn the potentiometer clockwise for increased sensitivity or
• Turn it counterclockwise for decreased sensitivity
Note: You can test the new setting by cautiously impacting the vehicle with increasing intensity while noting the LED status on the shock sensor. The LED turns
on for a short duration for small impacts before turning off (indicating a warnaway trigger). The impact level required to fully trigger the alarm is indicated
when the LED remains on for a longer duration before turning off.
To learn the tach signal:
1. Start the vehicle with the key.
2. Within 5 seconds, press and hold the control center button.
3. After 3 seconds the LED will light constant when the tach signal is learned.
4. Release the control center button.
When programming tach learning with:
• Analog, the parking lights flash one time
• D2D inerface module, the parking lights flash twice
H
Relay
satellite port
If the tachometer input on the system is connected to the vehicle, the D2D tachometer
input will be ignored.
Jumper
light flash
H4 AUX 4/Horn, 2-pin connector
H4/1
ORANGE/BLACK
Shock Sensor
(side view)
BROWN
LIGHT BLUE
2
3
Note: Virtual tach is not recommended for diesel trucks
H3 Harness Remote Start, 5-pin connector
(-) 200mA AUX 4 OUTPUT
H3/1
BLACK/WHITE
(-) NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH INPUT
(-) 200 mA HORN OUTPUT
H3/2
VIOLET/WHITE
TACHOMETER INPUT WIRE
H3/3
BROWN
(+) BRAKE SHUTDOWN INPUT WIRE
H3/4
GRAY
(-) HOOD PIN SWITCH INPUT, ZONE 6
H3/5
BLUE/WHITE
(-) 200 mA 2ND STATUS/REAR DEFOGGER - Latched Pulsed
Sensitivity
Door Lock, 3-pin connector
Adjustment
1
Virtual Tach
Control Center button* input (use blue 2-pin
connector from Control Center cable)
Control Center LED output (use white 2-pin
connector from Control Center cable)
* Also referred to as Valet/Program button
(-) UNLOCK OUTPUT
NOT USED
GREEN
(-) LOCK OUTPUT
Remote Start ribbon harness*
1
H2 Harness, 6-pin connector
H2/1
LIGHT BLUE
(-) 200mA SECOND UNLOCK OUTPUT
H2/2
WHITE/BLACK
(-) 200mA AUX 3 OUTPUT
H2/3
VIOLET/BLACK
(-) 200mA AUX 2 OUTPUT
H2/4
GREEN/WHITE
(-) 200mA FACTORY ALARM REARM OUTPUT
H2/5
GRAY/BLACK
(-) WAIT-TO-START INPUT
H2/6
LIGHT GREEN/BLACK
(-) 200mA FACTORY ALARM DISARM OUTPUT
PINK/WHITE
(-) 200mA PROGRAMMABLE IGN2/ACC2 RELAY TURN ON
2
YELLOW
(+) IGNITION INPUT TO ALARM
3
PINK
(-) 200mA IGNITION RELAY TURN ON
4
ORANGE
(-) 200mA ACCESSORY RELAY TURN ON
5
PURPLE
(-) 200mA STARTER RELAY TURN ON
6
ORANGE/BLACK
(-) 500mA ANTI GRIND/GROUND WHEN ARMED OUTPUT
7
BLUE
(-) 200 mA STATUS OUTPUT
*The ribbon harness connects to the heavy gauge relay satellite.
To program Virtual Tach:
1. After the install is complete, remote start the car.
2. If the car does not start on the first attempt, let the remote start attempt again.
3. Once the car starts, let it run until the parking lights come on.
4. When the parking lights come on, shut off the remote start with the remote that’s it! Virtual Tach is programmed.
Virtual Tach handles disengaging the starter motor during remote starting – it does
not address over-rev. If the customer wants to have the over-rev protection capability, the tach wire must be connected. This may involve more installation shop
charges than initially quoted.
Important: If the Virtual Tach mode over cranks or doesn't crank the
vehicle long enough to start and run the car, use the Bitwriter to add or
subtract the starter output time. You can adjust the output time in increments of 50msec of the learned time using the Bitwriter.
Reset and Deletion
If a feature/virtual tach needs to be reset or the remote controls need to be deleted,
use the following procedure.
Open a door. (The GREEN wire, H1/8, or the VIO­LET, H1/6 must be connected.)
Turn the ignition to the ON position (The heavy gauge pink wire must be connected).
Within 10 seconds, press and release the control center button: 2 times if you
want to delete remotes, 3 times to reset features or 4 times to reset virtual tach.
These features are described next.
Delete remotes: This feature erases all remotes from the memory of the
security system. This is useful in cases when a customer’s remote is lost
or stolen.
Note: This does not reset the programmed features of the security system
or reset the Virtual Tach setting.
Reset Features: This resets all features of the security system to the factory
default settings.
Note: This feature does not delete the remotes from the security system
or reset the Virtual Tach setting or security features enabled/disabled
settings
Virtual Tach Reset: Deletes all previously learned values for Virtual Tach,
and on the next remote start sequence the unit begins virtual tach initialization.
Note: The “Zap” feature on the Bitwriter does not reset the Virtual tach
setting.
Tach Learning
Important: This unit can learn the tachometer with the analog input or
through D2D using an interface module. The unit confirms which source
is used.
To Remote
Start port
Shock Sensor port
H4/2
3.
Heavy gauge relay satellite
H1/2
H1/5
1.
Important! Make sure the vehicle is disarmed. The shock sensor sensitivity can be
adjusted by using a trimmer tool to turn the potentiometer.
Wiring Connections
H1/4
Installation Points
4.
5.
Once you have selected the function step, press the control center button once
more and hold it. The LED flashes and the siren chirps to confirm the selected
functional step. Do not release the control center button
button on the remote
While holding the control center button, press the
control. The unit chirps to confirm that the feature has been successfully reset.
AUX
Once the feature is reset, the control center button can be released.
Remote Start Shutdown Diagnostics
To perform shutdown diagnostics:
1. With the ignition Off, press and hold the control center button.
2. Turn the ignition On and then back Off while holding the control center
button.
3. Release the control center button.
4. Press and release the control center button. The LED flashes to report the last
shutdown for one minute or until the ignition is turned on, as shown in the
following table:
LED Flashes
1 flash
2 flashes
3 flashes
4 flashes
5 flashes
6 flashes
7 flashes
8 flashes
Shutdown Mode
Timed out
Over-rev shutdown
Low or no RPM, low battery (voltage and virtual tach modes)
Transmitter shutdown (or optional push button)
(-) Hood Shutdown (H3/4 GRAY)
(+) Shutdown (H3/3 BROWN)
(-) Neutral safety shutdown (H3/1 BLACK/WHITE)
Wait-to-start timed out
Bitwriters with a date code of 6a Directed
or olderLogo
require
Usagean IC
upgrade (p/n 998M). Some bitwriters with a date code
of 6B do not require the IC upgrade, refer to tech tip #
1112 for more information.
The Bitwriter® (p/n 998U)
requires chip version 2.7 or
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in USA.eps
newer
to program this unit.
See full Installation Guide for more
detailed information on this system.
Such information and more can be
found online at:
www.directechs.com
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Programming System Features
Note: When doing any programming with security features off, the horn function
(feature menu 1 item 13) must be programmed as Siren function to get an audible
confirmation from the unit.
The System Features Learn Routine dictates how the unit operates. It is possible to
access and change most of the feature settings using the control center button.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Open a door.
Turn the ignition on, then off.
Select a Menu. Press and hold the control center button. The number of siren
chirps indicates the menu number. 1 chirp indicates menu 1, 2 chirps - menu
2 and 3 chirps for menu 3.
When the desired menu chirps are heard, release the control center button.
Select a Feature. Press and release the control center button the number of
times corresponding to the feature you wish to change. Then press and hold
one more time to select the features.
Program the Feature. While holding the Control center button, you can
program the feature using the remote control.
For features with only two options;
= option 1 while
= option 2.
For features with more than two options;
selects the options in ascending order.
AUX
AUX
AUX
Once a feature is programmed:
• Other features can be programmed within the same menu
• Another menu can be selected
• The learn routine can be exited if programming is complete
To access another feature in the same menu:
1. Press and release the control center button the number of times necessary to
advance from the feature you just programmed to the next one you want to
program.
2. Then press the control center button once more and hold it.
To select another menu:
1. Press and hold the control center button.
2. After 3 seconds, the unit advances to the next menu and the siren chirps, indicating which menu has been accessed.
Full Trigger Operation
Armed While Driving
Automatic Engine Disable
Note: Disabled features with programmable options can still be programmed manually or with the Bitwriter but will not operate until the Security Features have been
enabled.
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Security Features Disable/enable routine exits if the following occurs:
The open door is closed
The ignition is turned on
There is no activity for 15 seconds
The control center button is pressed too many times
Bitwriter - Only Options
If programming with the Bitwriter®, the learn routine can be locked or unlocked. If the learn routine has previously been locked, it must be unlocked
with Bitwriter® - this cannot be done manually with the control center button.
The Bitwriter®
gives you access to a wider range of system options. These
features and the adjustments that may be programmed are described in the table
below.
Menu
Item
Feature
Default
Options
To program the feature.
1. Open a door.
2. Turn the ignition on, then off.
3. Press and hold the control center button until the LED flashes 3 times and the
siren (if connected) chirps 3 times.
4. Release the control center button.
Note: If the control center button is released and then pressed again, the system will enter the features programming menus.
5. Within 15 seconds, simultaneously press the
and
buttons of a programmed remote control.
6. The siren (if connected) will chirp and the parking lights will flash as listed
below
1 flash/chirp: Security features disabled
2 flashes/chirps: Security features enabled
AUX
AUX
Security Features Disabled will disable all security operations of the system, including but not limited to those listed below:
• Multi Level Arming
• Sensor Warn-away
Passive arming
10
Diesel timer: Wait-to-Start input
Timed 15 , 30 ,45 seconds
Arm/disarm chirps on
Arm/disarm chirps Off
11
Timer mode run time: 12 min
3, 6, 9, min
3
Ignition lock On
Ignition lock Off
12
Timer mode: Timed starts
Temp starts
4
Ignition unlock On
Ignition unlock Off
13
Short run (turbo): 1 min
3,5, 10 min
5
Active locking only
Passive locking
6
Panic with ignition On
No panic with ignition On
7
0.8 second door lock pulses (1)
3.5 (2), 0.4 (3) seconds
8
Forced passive arming on
Forced passive arming off
9
Automatic engine disable on
Automatic engine disable off
10
Armed When Driving (AWD) On
AWD Off
11
Code Hopping On
Code Hopping off
12
Horn Output Pulsed
Constant
13
Horn function Full Alarm Only (1)
Siren function - chirp length
20ms (2), 30ms (3), 40ms (4), 50ms (5)
14
Comfort Closure ON (1)
Comfort Closure OFF (2)
Comfort Closure 2 (3)
Menu 2 - Advanced
One-chirp setting
Two-chirp setting
1
30 second siren duration
60 second siren duration
2
Nuisance Prevention Circuitry On
Nuisance Prevention Circuitry OFF
3
Progressive door trigger
Instant door trigger
Menu
Item
Remote Programming
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open a door
Turn key to the ON position
Within 5 seconds, press and release the control center button one time.
Within 5 seconds, press and hold the control center button. The LED will flash
one time and the siren chirps to confirm entry into remote programing.
Press the
button on the remote control.
The siren will chirp to confirm the remote has been programmed.
Release the control center button.
The siren will emit one long chirp confirming that remote programming has
been exited.
5.
6.
7.
8.
AUX
The programming routine exits if any of the following occurs:
The open door is closed
The ignition is turned off
There is no activity for 30 seconds
The control center button is pressed too many times
Basic Remote Functions
30 sec.
1-180 sec.
2
Aux 2 Timed Output
30 sec.
1-90 sec.
3
Aux 3 Timed Output
30 sec.
1-90 sec.
4
Disarm from Valet, 1 pulse
Disarm from Valet, 2-5 pulses
ARM
4
Aux 4 Timed Output
30 sec.
1-90 sec.
5
Door trigger error chirp ON
Door trigger error chirp OFF
DISARM
5
Engine Runtime
12 min.
1-60 min.
6
Ignition controlled domelight On
Ignition controlled domelight OFF
6
Diesel Start Delay
15 sec.
1-90 sec.
7
Unlock output 1 pulse
Unlock output 2 pulses
7
Timer Mode Runtime
12 min.
1-16 min.
8
Lock output 1 pulse
Lock output 2 pulses
8
Virtual Tach Fine Tune
Not initialized
0-1000 in 50 millisecond increments
9
Transmitter Programming
Unlocked
Locked
Factory disarm with trunk release
ON
Factory disarm with trunk release OFF
9
10
FAD function with Unlock (1)
Before Unlock (2), Remote Start only (3)
11
FAD 1 pulse
2 pulses
12
AUX 2 validity (1)
Latched (2), Latch reset with ignition
(3), 30-secs timed (4), 60-secs (5),
90-secs (6)
13
AUX 2 Linking None (1)
Arm (2), Disarm (3), Remote Start (4)
14
AUX 3 validity (1)
Latched (2), Latch reset with ignition
(3), 30-sec. timed (4)60sec(5)90sec(6)
15
AUX 3 linking None (1)
Arm (2), Disarm (3), Remote Start (4)
16
AUX 4 validity (1)
Latched (2), Latch reset with ignition (3),
30-sec. timed (4) 60sec (5) 90 (6)
17
AUX 4 linking None (1)
Arm (2).Disarm (3), Remote Start (4)
10
Feature Programming
Unlocked
Locked
The Red 4-pin plug may be configured as a Bitwriter/ESP2 or D2D port.
The factory default is Bitwriter/ESP2 mode.
The system has the ability to function as a security/remote start system or keyless/
remote start system by enabling or disabling security. The default setting is Enabled.
Active Arming
2
Siren Duration
Red 4-pin port, Bitwriter/ESP2 or D2D programming
Security Features Disable/Enable
1
1
Note: The “Zap” feature on the Bitwriter does not reset the Virtual tach or security
features enabled/disabled settings
The learn routine exits if any of the following occurs:
• The open door is closed
• The ignition is turned On
• There is no activity for 30 seconds
• The control center button is pressed too many times
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To use as D2D mode follow the below steps:
1. Make sure White/Blue activation wire is grounded.
2. Power the unit up. The system LED flashes for 5 seconds to confirm D2D mode
change.
3. Remove the White/Blue wire from ground.
To change from D2D to Bitwriter/ESP2 mode:
1. Make sure the White/Blue activation wire is grounded.
2. Power the unit up, the system LED turns on solid for 5 seconds to confirm Bitwriter/ESP2 mode change.
3. Remove the White/Blue wire from ground.
The procedure can be repeated to toggle from one mode to the other.
Important: If you power up the system with the White/Blue activation
wire ungrounded, the system LED will come on solid for 5 seconds indicating the system is in Bitwriter/ESP2 mode.
Feature Menus
Default settings are in bold type.
Menu 1 - Basic
Menu
Item
One-chirp setting
Menu 3 - Remote start
One-chirp setting
Two-chirp setting
1
Engine checking: Virtual Tach
Voltage(2), OFF(3), Tachometer(4)
2
Remote start runtime: 12 min
24 min, 60 min
3
Parking light output: Flashing
Constant
4
Cranking time: 0.6 sec
0.8, 1.0, 1.2, 1.4, 1.6, 1.8, 2.0, 4.0
second
Menu
Item
AUX
AUX
Button
Function
REMOTE START
AUX
AUX
AUX
TRUNK RELEASE
Note: See Owner’s guide for more details
Long Term Event History
The system stores the last two full triggers in memory. These are not erasable. Each
time the unit sees a full trigger, the older of the two triggers in memory is replaced by
the new trigger. To access long term event history:
With the ignition Off, press and hold the control center button.
Turn the ignition On.
Release the control center button.
Within 5 seconds, press and release the control center button. The LED flashes
in groups indicating the last two zones that triggered the unit for 1 minute or
until the ignition is turned off. Refer to table of zones.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Note: The Warn Away triggers are not stored to memory and is not reported.
Table of Zones
A zone is represented by the number of LED flashes used by the system to identify a
particular type of input.
Zone
Trigger Type
Input Description
1
Instant Trigger
BLUE (H1/7)
2
Multiplexed Shock Sensor Input
Mux BLUE sensor port wire.
GREEN (H1/8) and VIOLET (H1/6).
5
Activation pulse 1
2
3
Door Trigger
6
2nd Ignition/Acc output: Ignition
Accessory
4
Multiplexed Shock Sensor Input
Mux GREEN wire
7
Acc state during wait-to-start Off
On
5
Ignition
Yellow ribbon harness wire
8
2nd status output: Normal
Rear defogger: latch 10 min.
rear defogger pulse
6
Hood Trigger
GRAY on the 6-pin shutdown harness
9
Anti grind: On
Off
Two-chirp setting
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Directed Digital System
HYUNDAI2
Firmware Specific Guide
This product is intended for installation by a professional
installer only! Attempts to install this product by a person
other than a trained professional may result in severe
damage to a vehicle’s electrical system and components.
© 2014 Directed, Vista, CA
Directed Digital System 2014-08
Contents
Warning! Safety first........................................................................................................................ 3
Introduction..................................................................................................................................... 4
Vehicle application guide............................................................................................................ 4
Wiring connections.......................................................................................................................... 5
Main power harness (H1), 12-pin thick gauge connector................................................................ 5
Auxiliary output harness (H2), 16-pin black connector ................................................................... 5
Analog harness (H3), 18-pin white connector ............................................................................... 6
MC501 harness (H4), 8 thick-gauge wires (optional)...................................................................... 6
Installation....................................................................................................................................... 7
Type 1...................................................................................................................................... 7
Type 2...................................................................................................................................... 8
Type 3...................................................................................................................................... 9
Type 4.................................................................................................................................... 10
Type 5.................................................................................................................................... 11
Type 6.................................................................................................................................... 12
Type 7.................................................................................................................................... 13
Type 8.................................................................................................................................... 14
Type 9.................................................................................................................................... 15
Vehicle wiring reference charts........................................................................................................ 16
Connecting the module................................................................................................................... 26
Important!............................................................................................................................... 26
Manual or automatic transmission selection................................................................................. 26
Optional sensors...................................................................................................................... 27
RF kits..................................................................................................................................... 27
When used in conjunction with SmartStart................................................................................... 27
Module programming............................................................................................................... 28
LED diagnostics and troubleshooting........................................................................................... 29
Module reset........................................................................................................................... 31
Hard reset............................................................................................................................... 31
Learning the Tach (not needed with Virtual Tach)................................................................................ 32
Initializing Virtual Tach (not needed with hardwired or data tach applications)...................................... 32
Limited lifetime consumer warranty................................................................................................... 33
Quick Reference Guide – Viper, Clifford, Python, Avital & Automate.................................................... 34
Quick Reference Guide – Autostart................................................................................................... 37
Warning! Safety first
The following safety warnings must be observed at all times:
• Due to the complexity of this system, installation of this product must only be performed by an authorized
Directed dealer.
• When properly installed, this system can start the vehicle via a command signal from the remote control.
Therefore, never operate the system in an area that does not have adequate ventilation.
The
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following precautions are the sole responsibility of the user; however, authorized Directed dealers should:
Never use a test light or logic probe when installing this unit. Always use a multimeter.
Never operate the system in an enclosed or partially enclosed area without ventilation (such as a garage).
When parking in an enclosed or partially enclosed area or when having the vehicle serviced, the
remote start system must be disabled using the installed toggle switch. It is the user’s sole responsibility to
properly handle and keep out of reach from children all remote controls to assure that the system does not
unintentionally remote start the vehicle.
• USER MUST INSTALL A CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR IN OR ABOUT THE LIVING AREA ADJACENT
TO THE VEHICLE. ALL DOORS LEADING FROM ADJACENT LIVING AREAS TO THE ENCLOSED OR
PARTIALLY ENCLOSED VEHICLE STORAGE AREA MUST REMAIN CLOSED AT ALL TIMES.
Use of this product in a manner contrary to its intended mode of operation may result in property damage,
personal injury, or death. Except when performing the Safety Check outlined in this installation guide, (1) Never
remotely start the vehicle with the vehicle in gear, and (2) Never remotely start the vehicle with the keys in the
ignition. The user is responsible for having the neutral safety feature of the vehicle periodically checked, wherein
the vehicle must not remotely start while the car is in gear. This testing should be performed by an authorized
Directed dealer in accordance with the Safety Check outlined in this product installation guide. If the vehicle
starts in gear, cease remote start operation immediately and consult with the user to fix the problem immediately.
OPERATION OF THE REMOTE START MODULE IF THE VEHICLE STARTS IN GEAR IS CONTRARY TO ITS
INTENDED MODE OF OPERATION. OPERATING THE REMOTE START SYSTEM UNDER THESE CONDITIONS
MAY RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE OR PERSONAL INJURY. IMMEDIATELY CEASE THE USE OF THE UNIT
AND REPAIR OR DISCONNECT THE INSTALLED REMOTE START MODULE. DIRECTED WILL NOT BE HELD
RESPONSIBLE OR PAY FOR INSTALLATION OR REINSTALLATION COSTS.
Remote starters for manual transmission pose significant risks if not properly installed and operated. When testing
to ensure the installation is working properly, only remote start the vehicle in neutral gear, on a flat surface and
with a functional, fully engaged parking brake. Do not allow anyone to stand in front of or behind the vehicle.
This product should not be installed in any convertible vehicles, soft or hard top with a manual transmission.
Installation in such vehicles may pose certain risk.
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Directed Digital System HYUNDAI2
© 2014 Directed. All rights reserved.
Introduction
The HYUNDAI2 firmware for Directed Digital Systems is a complete solution for remote start,
security (if applicable), bypass interface, and convenience needs compatible with specific
Hyundai and Kia vehicles.
Warning! This module can only be programmed via the web tool, which can be found on
www.xpresskit.com or using the Directechs Mobile application for smartphones. Features and
functions will become accessible when you connect the module using the XKLoader.
Vehicle application guide
DL-Disarm Factory Security
DL-Door Lock Control
DL-Door Unlock
DL-Driver Priority Unlock
EIPS
FOB-Control of aftermarket alarm with OEM remote
RS-3x LOCK START (Start control using OEM
Remote)
RS-3x LOCK STOP (Stop control using OEM Remote)
RS-Remote Start Takeover mode
RS-Tach / RPM Output
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)
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3
DL-Trunk / Hatch Release
DL-Arm Factory Security
2014
2
1
2
3
Hyundai
Elantra (Smart Key)
Elantra Coupe (Smart Key)
Elantra GT (Smart Key)
Veloster (Smart Key)
Kia
Optima (Smart Key)
Optima Hybrid
Rio (Smart Key)
Rondo (Smart Key)
Sorento (Smart Key)
Sportage (Smart Key)
AV-Panic Mode Activation
2011
1
Vehicles
PK-Immobilizer Bypass-Data No Key Req'd
2012
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.
Legend:
PK: Transponder & Immobilizer Override
AV: Horn & Lights Controls
DL: OE Door Lock & Alarm Controls
EIPS: Engine Idle Protection System
FOB: Sync CAN Interface w/ FOB Remote
RS: Remote Start & Engine Controls
SS: Integrated Security & Monitoring
ST: Function/Feature Status
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Wiring connections
Your module may come with one of two versions of wiring harnesses. It is clearly indicated in the following
tables which harnesses and wire colors can be different in your installation.
The wiring connections listed below are generic to this firwmare.
Main power harness (H1), 12-pin thick gauge connector
Conn./Pin
Color
Description
H1/1
White
Relay 3 COM – Ignition 2 Output
H1/2
White/Brown
Relay 3 N.O. – (+) Power 12 Volt
H1/3
Brown/Red
Relay 2 N.O. – (-) Ground
H1/4
Yellow/Red
Relay 2 COM – EIPS Alert
H1/5
Orange/Red
Relay 2 N.C. – No Connection
H1/6
Yellow
Relay 1 COM – Ignition 1 Output
1
H1/7
White
Relay 3 COM – Ignition 2 Output
1
H1/8
White/Brown
Relay 3 N.O.– (+) Power 12 Volt
1
H1/9
Black
(-) Ground
H1/10
Red
(+) 12 Volt (Battery)
H1/11
Orange/Yellow
Relay 1 N.C. – No Connection
H1/12
Brown
Relay 1 N.O.– (+) Power 12 Volt
1
1
1
1
Auxiliary output harness (H2), 16-pin black connector
Your module may come with one of two versions of wiring harnesses. The column in red is for old wire
colors, and the rows with italicized text indicate where differences may occur.
Conn./Pin
Color (CURRENT Harness) Color (OLD Harness)
Description
H2/1
Violet/Brown
Violet/Brown
No Connection
H2/2
Yellow/Black
Yellow/Black
No Connection
H2/3
Orange/Black
Orange/Black
EMS COM Data
H2/4
Tan
Tan
HS CAN Low
H2/5
Tan/Black
Tan/Black
HS CAN High
H2/6
Light Green
Light Green
No Connection
H2/7
Orange/Green
Orange/Green
FT CAN High
H2/8
Orange/Brown
Orange/Brown
FT CAN Low
H2/9
Violet/Green
Violet/Green
No Connection
H2/10
Green/Black
Lt. Green/White
(-) Parking Lights 2
H2/11
White/Violet
White/Violet
RAP Off (Type 3, 7 & 9)
H2/12
White/Red
White/Red
No Connection
H2/13
Lt. Blue/Black
Lt. Green/Black
(-) Push-to-Start 2
H2/14
Green/Red
Green/Red
(+) Starter
H2/15
N/A
Violet/Red
No Connection
H2/16
Violet/Yellow
Violet/Yellow
No Connection
1.
2.
5
2
2
2
If these outputs are not used by the firmware, they can be configured by the installer when the module is flashed.
If these outputs are not used by the firmware, they can be configured by the installer when the module is flashed. Note that they are
low current and a relay may be necessary.
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Analog harness (H3), 18-pin white connector
Your module may come with one of two versions of wiring harnesses. The column in red is for old wire
colors, and the rows with italicized text indicate where differences may occur.
Conn./Pin
Color (CURRENT Harness) Color (OLD Harness)
Description
H3/1
Lt. Blue/Red
Lt. Blue/Red
No Connection
H3/2
Black/White
White/Black
No Connection 2
H3/3
Gray
Gray
(-) Hood Input
H3/4
N/A
Black/White
No Connection
H3/5
Gray/Black
Gray/Black
No Connection
2
H3/6
Violet/White
Violet/White
No Connection
2
H3/7
Dark Blue
Dark Blue
No Connection
1
H3/8
Brown/Black
Brown/Black
No Connection
1
H3/9
Red/White
Red/White
No Connection
1
H3/10
White/Green
Green/Gray
No Connection 2
H3/11
Yellow/Green
Violet/Gray
No Connection 2
2
H3/12
Blue/Red
Blue/Red
No Connection
H3/13
Light Blue
Light Blue
No Connection
2
H3/14
Pink/Yellow
Blue/Black
No Connection
1
H3/15
Dark Green
Dark Green
No Connection
1
H3/16
Brown/White
Light Brown
No Connection
2
H3/17
Brown
Brown
(+) Siren Output
1
H3/18
Blue/White
Blue/White
No Connection
1
MC501 harness (H4), 8 thick-gauge wires (optional)
Conn./Pin
Color
Description
H4/1
Pink/White
No Connection
H4/2
Red/White
No Connection
H4/3
Pink
No Connection
H4/4
Red
No Connection
H4/5
Orange
No Connection
H4/6
Red
No Connection
H4/7
Green
No Connection
H4/8
Violet
No Connection
1.
2.
6
If these outputs are not used by the firmware, they can be configured by the installer when the module is flashed. Note that they are
low current and a relay may be necessary.
These connections are only required if the corresponding statuses are not supported by the firmware. See "Vehicle application guide"
on page 4 for a list of compatible features.
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Installation
Type 1
Refer to "Vehicle wiring reference charts" on page 16 for more information on vehicle-specific connections.
White conn. I/P-G
(Back of I/P Junction Box)
FT CAN Low:
Yellow/Orange
or White, pin 1
Diagnostic Connector OBDII
White Connector EM11
(Driver Kick Panel)
HS CAN High: White, pin 6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
1
8
9
16
HS CAN Low: Yellow, pin 14
FT CAN High:
White/Orange or Brown, pin 13
8 9 10 11
16 17 18
32 33
19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26
34 3536 37
38 39 40 41
42 43
44 45 46 47
48 49 50 51
31
White conn. M01-L
(at Headlight Switch)
Manual/Auto.
Manual/Auto. Transmission
Transmission Type
Type
2 3
14
28 15
29
*
*
*
*
*
39
12
26
2
*4
*
*7
8
*
10
11
12
13
17
*
19
20
21
*
*6
23
24
*8
27
28
12
* 9
* 11
*
I/P-H (MAIN)
Horn: White,
pin 44
31 15
32 16
FT CAN High: Orange/Green: 7
(-) Parking Lights:
Pink or Orange, pin 2
*
11 23
FT CAN Low: Orange/Brown: 8
22
* 21
* 20
* 19
*
* 17*
* 16
* 15
* 14
*1 13
All other
Type 1 Elantras
(-) Parking Lights: Green/Black: 10
(-) Push-to-Start: Lt. Blue/Black: 13
(-) PTS:
Yellow/Black, pin 1
(+) Starter: Green/Red: 14
2 3 4 5 6
Hood Pin
[3] (-)
Hood Input: Gray: 3
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011 12
13
(+) Starter:
Yellow,
pin 39
[1] (+)
Siren Output: Brown: 17
Siren
(+) 12V
12: Brown: (+) 12V
10: Red: (+) 12V
9: Black: (-) Ground
6: Yellow: Ignition 1
4: Yellow/Red: EIPS Alert [2]
3: Brown/Red: (-) Ground [2]
2 & 8: White/Brown: (+) 12V
1 & 7: White: Ignition 2
2 Wh
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27 282930313233 3435363738 39
12 White
(+) Ignition 2:
Orange, pin 1
18 White
Black conn. I/P-F (Back of I/P Junction Box)
The Remote Start
Safety Override
Switch MUST be in
the ON position.
4 Red
7 White
7 8 9 1 0 11 1 2
Black Conn. M04
(at Push-to-Start button)
Remote Start Safety
Override Switch
4 White
3 Wh
1
I/P Junction Box (rear)
(left side of dash panel)
2 Bk
I/P-G
(MAIN)
HS CAN High: Tan/Black: 5
* 13
* *
Elantra 2013
made in
US only.
OR
[2] (-)
HS CAN Low: Tan: 4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1
2
*4
52 53 54 55
EMS COM Data:
Brown/Orange,
pin 10
6 Green
32 19
20
34
22
36
24
38 25
1
16 Black
I/P-F
(MAIN)
*
* *
31 18
27 28 29 30
[2] (-) Horn: White,
pin 34
Prog.
Prog.
Button
Button
EMS COM Data: Orange/Black: 3
27
4 5 6 7
12 13 14 15
1
(+) Ignition 1: Pink, pin 27
siren is optional.
connection is only required when the EIPS (Engine Idle Protection System) feature is activated.
[3] The installation of an aftermarket hood pin is only required on vehicles that are not equipped with a factory hood pin.
[1] The
[2] This
With the exception of the OBDII diagnostic connector, all adapters are displayed from the wire side (unless specified otherwise).
While there are 2 possible versions of wiring harnesses, this diagram uses the CURRENT harness. Refer to the Wiring connections section for more information.
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Type 2
Refer to "Vehicle wiring reference charts" on page 16 for more information on vehicle-specific connections.
White Conn. I/P-G (Back of I/P Junction Box)
FT CAN Low:
Orange, pin 1
Diagnostic Connector OBDII
[2] (-) Horn:
White, pin 52
HS CAN High: White,
pin 6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
1
8
9
16
White Connector EM11
(Driver Kick Panel)
HS CAN Low:
Yellow, pin 14
FT CAN High:
Green, pin 13
58
32
26
57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49
38
29 28
27
25 24 15 14 13 12 11 18 17
16
47 46
31 30
23 22 21 20 19
10 9
White conn. M01-L
(at Headlight Switch)
8 7 6 5 4
14
28 15
29
Manual/Auto.
Manual/Auto. Transmission
Transmission Type
Type
*
*
*
12
26
2
*4
*
*7
8
*
10
11
12
13
17
*
*4
23
24
*8
28
12
*
Prog.
Prog.
Button
Button
*6
* 9
* *
27 11
I/P-H (MAIN)
FT CAN High: Orange/Green: 7
(-) Parking Lights:
Pink, pin 2
*
11 23
FT CAN Low: Orange/Brown: 8
* 22
* 21
* 20
* 19
* 17*
* 16
* 15
* 14
*1 13
OR
For Elantra
Sedan 2014
(-) Parking Lights: Green/Black: 10
(-) Push-to-Start: Lt. Blue/Black: 13
(-) PTS:
Yellow/Black, pin 1
(+) Starter: Green/Red: 14
2 3 4 5 6
Black Conn. M04
(at Push-to-Start button)
Hood Pin
[3] (-)
Hood Input: Gray: 3
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011 12
13
(+) Starter:
Yellow,
pin 39
[1] (+)
Siren Output: Brown: 17
Siren
(+) 12V
12: Brown: (+) 12V
10: Red: (+) 12V
9: Black: (-) Ground
6: Yellow: Ignition 1
4: Yellow/Red: EIPS Alert [2]
3: Brown/Red: (-) Ground [2]
2 & 8: White/Brown: (+) 12V
1 & 7: White: Ignition 2
2 Wh
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27 282930313233 3435363738 39
12 White
(+) Ignition 2:
Orange, pin 1
18 White
Black Conn. I/P-F (Back of I/P Junction Box)
The Remote Start
Safety Override
Switch MUST be in
the ON position.
4 Red
7 White
7 8 9 1 0 11 1 2
Remote Start Safety
Override Switch
4 White
3 Wh
1
I/P Junction Box (rear)
(left side of dash panel)
2 Bk
I/P-G
(MAIN)
HS CAN High: Tan/Black: 5
* 13
* *
31 15
32 16
For Elantra
2013-2014 GT
HS CAN Low: Tan: 4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1
2
19
20
21
1
6 Green
*
*
39
1
16 Black
I/P-F
(MAIN)
*
* *
31 18
32 19
20
34
22
36
24
38 25
3 2
[2] (-) Horn:
White, pin 4
EMS COM Data: Blue/Black or Brown/Orange, pin 12
EMS COM Data: Orange/Black: 3
27
48
45 44 43 42 41
37 36 35 34 33 40 39
(+) Ignition 1: Pink or White, pin 27
siren is optional.
connection is only required when the EIPS (Engine Idle Protection System) feature is activated.
[3] The installation of an aftermarket hood pin is only required on vehicles that are not equipped with a factory hood pin.
[1] The
[2] This
With the exception of the OBDII diagnostic connector, all adapters are displayed from the wire side (unless specified otherwise).
While there are 2 possible versions of wiring harnesses, this diagram uses the CURRENT harness. Refer to the Wiring connections section for more information.
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Type 3
Refer to "Vehicle wiring reference charts" on page 16 for more information on vehicle-specific connections.
White connector I/P-C
(rear of I/P Junction Box)
[2] (-) Horn:
White/Orange, pin 44
Diagnostic Connector OBDII
FT CAN Low: Yellow/Orange, pin 6
HS CAN High: White,
pin 6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
FT CAN High:
White/Orange,
pin 5
1
8
51
9
16
31
20
HS CAN Low: Yellow,
pin 14
(-) Parking Lights:
Pink, pin 11
1
Veloster late 2014
52
42
Black connector EM11
(Driver Kick Panel)
56 57 58
59
43 44 45 46 47 48 49
33 34 35 36 37 38 39
50
53 54 55
40
32
29
21
11
2
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
3 4 5
6 7 8
EMS COM Data: Blue, pin 16
Veloster 2012-2013
& early 2014
9 8
6 5
4
3
2 1
24
36 35 34
23 22
20 19
21
33 32 31
53 52 51 50 49 48
47 48
White conn. MF11 (Driver kick panel)
7 8 9 10 11 12
White conn. M04
(at Push-to-Start button)
I/P-E
I/P-F
42 43
48 49 50 51
52 53 54 55
(+) Starter:
Yellow, pin 5
[1] (+)
F use Panel (front)
I/P Junction Box
(left side of dash panel)
3
(+) Ignition 2: 11 12 13
Red, pin 4
4 5 6 7
8
9 10
14 15 16
(+) Ignition 1:
Pink, pin 7
Siren Output: Brown: 17
Siren
Veloster
Veloster
2012-2013 OR
late 2014
& early 2014
(+) 12V:
Red, pin 2
Remote Start Safety
Override Switch
The Remote Start
Safety Override
Switch MUST be in
the ON position.
12: Brown: (+) 12V
10: Red: (+) 12V
9: Black: (-) Ground
6: Yellow: Ignition 1
4: Yellow/Red: EIPS Alert [2]
3: Brown/Red: (-) Ground [2]
2 & 8: White/Brown: (+) 12V
1 & 7: White: Ignition 2
2 Wh
I/P-N
1 2
12 White
I/P-H
I/P-M
Hood Input: Gray: 3
18 White
Fus es
I/P- G
[3] (-)
EMS COM Data:
Blue, pin 10
White conn. I/P-L
(I/P Junction box)
Prog.
Prog.
Button
Button
Hood Pin
I/P-L
I/P-K
38 39 40 41
44 45 46 47
31
10
4 Red
7 White
1 2 3 4 5 6
23 24 25 26
34 3536 37
27 28 29 30
4 White
56 55 54
(-) PTS:
Yellow/Black,
pin 1
30 29
19 20 21 22
1 2 3 4
3 Wh
45 44 43 42 41 40 39
30
2 Bk
38 37
7
12 13 14 15
16 17 18
32 33
2 3
6 Green
EMS COM Data: Orange/Black: 3
HS CAN Low: Tan: 4
HS CAN High: Tan/Black: 5
FT CAN High: Orange/Green: 7
FT CAN Low: Orange/Brown: 8
(-) Parking Lights: Green/Black: 10
Autolights/RAP Off: White/Violet: 11
(-) Push-to-Start: Lt. Blue/Black: 13
(+) Starter: Green/Red: 14
18 17 16 15 14 13 12
28 27 26 25
41
4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11
1
Manual/Auto.
Manual/Auto. Transmission
Transmission Type
Type
16 Black
11 10
9
60
[2] (-) Horn:
White/Orange, pin 44
OR
(-) Driver Door Trigger:
Brown, pin 7
19
White Connector EM11
(Driver Kick Panel)
White conn. I/P-F
(I/P Junction Box)
siren is optional.
connection is only required when the EIPS (Engine Idle Protection System) feature is activated.
[3] The installation of an aftermarket hood pin is only required on vehicles that are not equipped with a factory hood pin.
[1] The
[2] This
With the exception of the OBDII diagnostic connector, all adapters are displayed from the wire side (unless specified otherwise).
While there are 2 possible versions of wiring harnesses, this diagram uses the CURRENT harness. Refer to the Wiring connections section for more information.
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Type 4
Refer to "Vehicle wiring reference charts" on page 16 for more information on vehicle-specific connections.
Diagnostic Connector OBDII
HS CAN High: White, pin 6
1
8
9
16
White Connector EM11
(in driver kick panel)
Black conn. I/P-C
1
Fuses
HS CAN Low: Yellow, pin 14
I/P Junction Box
(Left Side of Dash Panel)
2
3
EMS COM Data:
Brown/Orange
or Blue, pin 10
(+) 12V:
Pink, pin 1
1 2 3 4
5
6
7
19 2021 22 14
15
16 17
23
24
25 26
40 4142 43 32
33
34 35
10 11 12 13
28 2930 31
36 3738 39
White conn. M01-L
(at headlight switch)
8
9
18
27
[2] (-)
Horn:
White, pin 42
Manual/Auto.
Manual/Auto. Transmission
Transmission Type
Type
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Prog.
Prog.
Button
Button
EMS COM Data: Orange/Black: 3
(-) Parking Lights:
Pink, pin 1
HS CAN Low: Tan: 4
HS CAN High: Tan/Black: 5
13
(+) Starter:
Orange or Yellow,
pin 26
Hood Pin
[3] (-)
Hood Input: Gray: 3
FT CAN High: White/Orange, pin 25
[1] (+)
Siren Output: Brown: 17
The Remote Start
Safety Override
Switch MUST be in
the ON position.
12: Brown: (+) 12V
10: Red: (+) 12V
9: Black: (-) Ground
6: Yellow: Ignition 1
4: Yellow/Red: EIPS Alert [2]
3: Brown/Red: (-) Ground [2]
2 & 8: White/Brown: (+) 12V
1 & 7: White: Ignition 2
2 Wh
Siren
12 White
18 White
FT CAN Low: Yellow/Orange, pin 38
Remote Start Safety
Override Switch
4 Red
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27 28 2930313233 3435363738 39
(+) Starter: Green/Red: 14
4 White
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011 12
2 Bk
(+) Ignition 2:
Orange, pin 14
(-) Push-to-Start: Lt. Blue/Black: 13
Black conn. I/P-E (Back of I/P Junction Box,
located on left side of dash panel)
7 White
(+) Ignition 1: Pink, pin 1
(-) Parking Lights: Green/Black: 10
3 Wh
(-) PTS:
Yellow/Black,
pin 1
6 Green
FT CAN Low: Orange/Brown: 8
Black Conn. M04
1 2 3 4 5 (at Push-to-Start
6 7 8 9 10 button)
16 Black
FT CAN High: Orange/Green: 7
siren is optional.
connection is only required when the EIPS (Engine Idle Protection System) feature is activated.
[3] The installation of an aftermarket hood pin is only required on vehicles that are not equipped with a factory hood pin.
[1] The
[2] This
With the exception of the OBDII diagnostic connector, all adapters are displayed from the wire side (unless specified otherwise).
While there are 2 possible versions of wiring harnesses, this diagram uses the CURRENT harness. Refer to the Wiring connections section for more information.
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Type 5
Refer to "Vehicle wiring reference charts" on page 16 for more information on vehicle-specific connections.
Diagnostic Connector OBDII
White conn. I/P-G
(Back of I/P Junction Box,
located left side of dash panel)
FT CAN Low:
Yellow/Orange, pin 1
Black Conn. I/P-C
(front of I/P Junction box)
HS CAN High: White, pin 6
1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 1617 18 19 20 2122 23 24
9
White Conn. EM11 (in driver kick panel)
8
58
1
16
HS CAN Low: Yellow, pin 14
2
3
Fuses
FT CAN High:
White/Orange, pin 13
I/P Junction Box
(Left Side of Dash Panel )
32
57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49
47 46
(+) 12V:
Red, pin 1
38
29 28
27
31 30
26
25 24
10 9
48
45 44 43 42 41
37 36 35 34 33 40 39
23 22 21 20 19
18
15 14 13 12 11
8 7 6 5 4
17
3 2
[2] (-) Horn:
White, pin 39
16
1
EMS COM Data:
Brown/Orange
or Blue, pin 41
White conn. M01-L
(at headlight switch)
Manual/Auto.
Manual/Auto. Transmission
Transmission Type
Type
Prog.
Prog.
Button
Button
EMS COM Data: Orange/Black: 3
HS CAN Low: Tan: 4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
HS CAN High: Tan/Black: 5
6 Green
FT CAN Low: Orange/Brown: 8
16 Black
FT CAN High: Orange/Green: 7
(-) Parking Lights:
Pink, pin 1
(-) Parking Lights: Green/Black: 10
(+) Starter: Green/Red: 14
[1] (+)
Siren Output: Brown: 17
Siren
12: Brown: (+) 12V
10: Red: (+) 12V
9: Black: (-) Ground
6: Yellow: Ignition 1
4: Yellow/Red: EIPS Alert [2]
3: Brown/Red: (-) Ground [2]
2 & 8: White/Brown: (+) 12V
1 & 7: White: Ignition 2
2 Wh
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27 28 2930313233 3435363738 39
12 White
13
The Remote Start
Safety Override
Switch MUST be in
the ON position.
4 Red
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011 12
Hood Input: Gray: 3
18 White
(+) Starter:
Orange or Gray,
pin 14
1
7 White
(+) Ignition 1:
Pink, pin 1
Hood Pin
[3] (-)
Remote Start Safety
Override Switch
4 White
3 Wh
Black Conn. M04 1 2 3 4 5 6
(at Push-to-Start button) 7 8 9 1 0 11 1 2
Black conn. I/P-E
(Back of I/P Junction Box,
located left side of dash panel)
2 Bk
(-) Push-to-Start: Lt. Blue/Black: 13
(-) PTS:
Yellow/Black, pin 1
(+) Ignition 2:
Orange, pin 27
siren is optional.
connection is only required when the EIPS (Engine Idle Protection System) feature is activated.
[3] The installation of an aftermarket hood pin is only required on vehicles that are not equipped with a factory hood pin.
[1] The
[2] This
With the exception of the OBDII diagnostic connector, all adapters are displayed from the wire side (unless specified otherwise).
While there are 2 possible versions of wiring harnesses, this diagram uses the CURRENT harness. Refer to the Wiring connections section for more information.
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(+) Starter: Green, pin 49
White conn. I/P-G
(Back of I/P Junction Box,
located left side of dash panel)
FT CAN Low:
Blue, pin 1
Diagnostic Connector OBDII
(+) Ignition 1:
Pink, pin 58
HS CAN High: White, pin 6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
FT CAN High:
Orange, pin 13
1
8
9
16
(+) Ignition 2:
White, pin 32
58
32
26
HS CAN Low: Brown, pin 14
57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49
48
45 44 43 42 41
37 36 35 34 33
40 39
38
29 28
27
18 17
16
3 2
1
47 46
31 30
25 24
10 9
23 22 21 20 19
15 14 13 12 11
8 7 6 5 4
White Connector EM11
(in driver kick panel)
[2]
(-) Horn: White, pin 17
EMS COM Data: Blue/Orange, pin 37
White conn.
(at headlight switch)
Manual/Auto.
Manual/Auto. Transmission
Transmission Type
Type
Black Conn.
1
Prog.
Prog.
Button
Button
EMS COM Data: Orange/Black: 3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Fuses
HS CAN Low: Tan: 4
HS CAN High: Tan/Black: 5
FT CAN Low: Orange/Brown: 8
6 Green
(-) Parking Lights:
Pink, pin 14
16 Black
FT CAN High: Orange/Green: 7
I/P Junction Box
(Left Side of Dash Panel)
2 3
(+) 12V:
Green,
pin 1
(-) Parking Lights: Green/Black: 10
2 Bk
(-) Push-to-Start: Lt. Blue/Black: 13
(-) PTS:
Yellow/Black, pin 1
(+) Starter: Green/Red: 14
4 White
3 Wh
4 Red
7 White
White Conn. M04 1 2 3 4 5 6
(at Push-to-Start button) 7 8 9 1 0 11 1 2
Hood Pin
[3] (-)
Hood Input: Gray: 3
The Remote Start
Safety Override
Switch MUST be in
the ON position.
12: Brown: (+) 12V
10: Red: (+) 12V
9: Black: (-) Ground
6: Yellow: Ignition 1
4: Yellow/Red: EIPS Alert [2]
3: Brown/Red: (-) Ground [2]
2 & 8: White/Brown: (+) 12V
1 & 7: White: Ignition 2
2 Wh
Siren
Siren Output: Brown: 17
12 White
18 White
[1] (+)
Remote Start Safety
Override Switch
siren is optional.
connection is only required when the EIPS (Engine Idle Protection System) feature is activated.
[3] The installation of an aftermarket hood pin is only required on vehicles that are not equipped with a factory hood pin.
[1] The
[2] This
With the exception of the OBDII diagnostic connector, all adapters are displayed from the wire side (unless specified otherwise).
While there are 2 possible versions of wiring harnesses, this diagram uses the CURRENT harness. Refer to the Wiring connections section for more information.
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Diagnostic Connector OBDII
FT CAN High:
Black, pin 5
1 2
FT CAN Low:
White, pin 6
5 6
3 4
EMS COM Data: Blue/Orange, pin 15
HS CAN High: White, pin 6
7 8
9 1 0 11 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 6
1
8
9
16
1
21
HS CAN Low: Red, pin 14
36
White conn. I/P-M
(Back of I/P Junction Box,
located left side of dash panel)
1 2 3
4 5
19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26
(-) Parking Lights:
Blue, pin 2
5
6
7
8
10
28
19
20 2 1 2 2 2 3 2 4 2 5 2 6 27
38
30 3 1 3 2 3 3 3 4 3 5 3 6 37
25
29 30 31 32 33
34
35
37 38
39 40 41 42 43
44
45
11
26
[2] (-)
Horn:
Gray, pin 17
46
Prog.
Prog.
Button
Button
[3] (-)
(+) Ignition 1:
Red, pin 28
(+) Ignition 2:
White, pin 38
[1] (+)
Hood Input: Gray: 3
Siren Output: Brown: 17
Siren
Remote Start Safety
Override Switch
The Remote Start
Safety Override
Switch MUST be in
the ON position.
(+) 12V
12: Brown: (+) 12V
10: Red: (+) 12V
9: Black: (-) Ground
6: Yellow: Ignition 1
4: Yellow/Red: EIPS Alert [2]
3: Brown/Red: (-) Ground [2]
2 & 8: White/Brown: (+) 12V
1 & 7: White: Ignition 2
2 Wh
29
9
24
27 28
12 White
4
22 23
Hood Pin
18 White
3
11 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 6 1 7 18
13
4 Red
White conn. I/P-C
(Front of I/P Junction Box, located
left side of dash panel.)
7 White
Black conn. M57 1 2 3 4 5 6
(at Push-to-Start button) 7 8 9 1 0 11 1 2
2
10
12
4 White
3 Wh
(-) PTS:
Brown/Black, pin 1
1
9
15 16 17 18
2 Bk
EMS COM Data: Orange/Black: 3
HS CAN Low: Tan: 4
HS CAN High: Tan/Black: 5
FT CAN High: Orange/Green: 7
FT CAN Low: Orange/Brown: 8
(-) Parking Lights: Green/Black: 10
(-) Autolights/RAP Off: White/Violet: 11
(-) Push-to-Start: Lt. Blue/Black: 13
(+) Starter: Green/Red: 14
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
(-) Driver Door Trigger:
Red/Black, pin 6
4 5 6 7 8
14
6 Green
12 13
7 8
Manual/Auto.
Manual/Auto. Transmission
Transmission Type
Type
16 Black
14 15 16 17 18
9 10 11
6
3
Black or White conn. EM11
(Driver kick panel)
White conn. M14-L
(at Headlight Switch)
White conn. I/P-K
(back of I/P Junction Box,
located left side of dash panel)
2
12 13
(+) Starter:
Green, pin 37
siren is optional.
connection is only required when the EIPS (Engine Idle Protection System) feature is activated.
[3] The installation of an aftermarket hood pin is only required on vehicles that are not equipped with a factory hood pin.
[1] The
[2] This
With the exception of the OBDII diagnostic connector, all adapters are displayed from the wire side (unless specified otherwise).
While there are 2 possible versions of wiring harnesses, this diagram uses the CURRENT harness. Refer to the Wiring connections section for more information.
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White conn. M20-R
(at steering column.)
Yellow conn. MC11
(passenger kick panel)
Diagnostic Connector OBDII
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12
HS CAN High: Green, pin 6
1
8
9
16
1 2 3 4 5 6
7
13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24
HS CAN Low: Orange, pin 14
[2] (-) Horn:
White or Gray,
pin 6
8 9 10 11 12
I/P Junction Box
(Left Side of Dash Panel)
EMS COM Data:
Blue, pin 7
Black Conn. I/P-A
White conn. M20-L
(at Headlight Switch)
Black Conn. M61
(at Push-to-Start button)
2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
1
HS CAN Low: Tan: 4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Fuses
HS CAN High: Tan/Black: 5
2 3
(+) 12V:
Red, pin 1
(-) Parking Lights: Green/Black: 10
2 Bk
(-) Push-to-Start: Lt. Blue/Black: 13
(+) Starter: Green/Red: 14
(+) Starter:
Red, pin 1
27
28
32
33
4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21
22
23
28
29
25
31
Hood Pin
[3] (-)
24
30
34 35 36 37
38 39 40 41 42
43 44 45 46
47 48 49 50 51
52 53
White conn. I/P-E
(Back of I/P Junction box,
located left side of dash panel.)
Hood Input: Gray: 3
[1] (+)
54
Siren Output: Brown: 17
Siren
12 White
3
FT CAN High:
Blue, pin 53
12: Brown: (+) 12V
10: Red: (+) 12V
9: Black: (-) Ground
6: Yellow: Ignition 1
4: Yellow/Red: EIPS Alert [2]
3: Brown/Red: (-) Ground [2]
2 & 8: White/Brown: (+) 12V
1 & 7: White: Ignition 2
2 Wh
2
FT CAN Low:
Red, pin 52
18 White
1
(+) Ignition 1:
Blue, pin 25
The Remote Start
Safety Override
Switch MUST be in
the ON position.
4 Red
7 White
Black Conn. M61 1 2 3 4 5 6
(at Push-to-Start
button) 7 8 9 1 0 11 1 2
Remote Start Safety
Override Switch
4 White
3 Wh
Sportage
2014
(+) Ignition 2:
Blue or White, pin 31
6 Green
FT CAN Low: Orange/Brown: 8
16 Black
FT CAN High: Orange/Green: 7
(-) Parking Lights:
Blue, pin 1
Sportage
2011-2013
OR
(-) PTS:
White,
pin 1
Prog.
Prog.
Button
Button
EMS COM Data: Orange/Black: 3
1
(-) PTS:
White,
pin 1
Manual/Auto.
Manual/Auto. Transmission
Transmission Type
Type
:
siren is optional.
connection is only required when the EIPS (Engine Idle Protection System) feature is activated.
[3] The installation of an aftermarket hood pin is only required on vehicles that are not equipped with a factory hood pin.
[1] The
[2] This
With the exception of the OBDII diagnostic connector, all adapters are displayed from the wire side (unless specified otherwise).
While there are 2 possible versions of wiring harnesses, this diagram uses the CURRENT harness. Refer to the Wiring connections section for more information.
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Diagnostic Connector OBDII
Blue or Black conn. JM02
(left side of I/P Junction Box,
located left side of dash panel.)
HS CAN High: Red, pin 6
FT CAN High: Brown, pin 9
1 2 3 4
7
6
5
8
9 10
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Horn: Blue,
pin 26
EMS COM Data:
Blue/Black,
pin 36
28
29
52 53
54
3
13
[3] (-)
Hood Input: Gray: 3
1 2
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
[1] (+)
Siren Output: Brown: 17
White conn. I/P-A
Siren
(Back of I/P Junction Box,
located left side of dash panel.)
1
2
(+) 12V:
Red, pin 1
Remote Start Safety
Override Switch
The Remote Start
Safety Override
Switch MUST be in
the ON position.
12: Brown: (+) 12V
10: Red: (+) 12V
9: Black: (-) Ground
6: Yellow: Ignition 1
4: Yellow/Red: EIPS Alert [2]
3: Brown/Red: (-) Ground [2]
2 & 8: White/Brown: (+) 12V
1 & 7: White: Ignition 2
2 Wh
White conn. I/P-B
(Back of I/P Junction Box, located
left side of dash panel.)
Hood Pin
12 White
38 39 40 41 42
47 48 49 50 51
(+) Starter:
White,
pin 3
Prog.
Prog.
Button
Button
Black conn. I/P-D
(Front of I/P Junction Box,
located on left side of
dash panel)
4 Red
33
34 35 36 37
43 44 45 46
41
4 White
24
18 White
32
28
31
21
2 Bk
23
30
27
11
22 23
29 30
24 25 26 27 28
32 33
39 40
34 35 36 37 38
6 Green
22
2 3 4 5 6
8 9 10 11 12
7 White
8 9 10 11 12
17 18 19 20 21
3 Wh
White conn. M37
(at Push-to-Start button) 17
25
31
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
14 15 16 17 18
12 13
19 20
[2] (-)
16 Black
EMS COM Data: Orange/Black: 3
HS CAN Low: Tan: 4
HS CAN High: Tan/Black: 5
FT CAN High: Orange/Green: 7
FT CAN Low: Orange/Brown: 8
(-) Parking Lights: Green/Black: 10
Autolights/RAP Off: White/Violet: 11
(-) Push-to-Start: Lt. Blue/Black: 13
(+) Starter: Green/Red: 14
(-) Parking Lights:
Pink/Black, pin 2
(+) Ignition 2:
Red, pin 1
4 5 6 7
13 14 15 16
16
Manual/Auto.
Manual/Auto. Transmission
Transmission Type
Type
(-) PTS:
Pink, pin 1
3
9
White conn. M02-L
(at Headlight Switch)
11 12 13
(-) Driver Door Trigger:
Green, pin 2
2
8
1
FT CAN Low: White, pin 19
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39
1
1
HS CAN Low: Blue, pin 14
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
White conn. MF31
(Driver kick panel)
White conn. EM11
(Right side of I/P
Junction Box, located
left side of dash panel)
(+) Ignition 1:
Green, pin 25
siren is optional.
connection is only required when the EIPS (Engine Idle Protection System) feature is activated.
[3] The installation of an aftermarket hood pin is only required on vehicles that are not equipped with a factory hood pin.
[1] The
[2] This
With the exception of the OBDII diagnostic connector, all adapters are displayed from the wire side (unless specified otherwise).
While there are 2 possible versions of wiring harnesses, this diagram uses the CURRENT harness. Refer to the Wiring connections section for more information.
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Wire Information
Type
Function
Color
Connector Information
Pin
Polarity
Name, Location
Color
No-pins
2011 Hyundai Elantra (Smart Key)
1
HS CAN High
White
6
Data
OBDII, under driver dash
Black
16
HS CAN Low
Yellow
14
Data
OBDII, under driver dash
Black
16
FT CAN High
White/Orange
13
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction box located on left side of dash panel.
White
24
FT CAN Low
Yellow/Orange
1
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction box located on left side of dash panel.
White
24
Push-To-Start
Yellow/Black
1
(-)
At Push-to-Start button.
Black
12
Ignition 1
Pink
27
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction box located on left side of dash panel.
Black
39
Ignition 2
Orange
1
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction box located on left side of dash panel.
Black
39
Starter
Yellow
39
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction box located on left side of dash panel.
Black
39
Horn
White
44
(-)
EM11 in driver kick panel.
White
55
EMS COM Data
Brown/Orange
10
Data
EM11 in driver kick panel.
White
55
Parking Lights
Pink or Orange
2
(-)
M01-L at multifunction switch located at headlight switch.
White
13
(+) 12V
Red
2
(+)
I/P-D, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
3
2012 Hyundai Elantra (Smart Key)
1
16
HS CAN High
White
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
HS CAN Low
Yellow
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
FT CAN High
White/Orange
13
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
FT CAN Low
Yellow/Orange
1
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
Push-to-Start
Yellow/Black
Ignition 1
Pink
Ignition 2
1
(-)
M04, at Push-to-Start Button
Black
12
27
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Orange
1
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Starter
Yellow
39
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Horn
White
44
(-)
EM11, driver kick panel
White
55
EMS COM Data
Brown/Orange
10
Data
EM11, driver kick panel
White
55
Parking Lights
Pink
2
(-)
M01-L, at headlight switch
White
13
(+) 12V
Red
2
(+)
I/P-D, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
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Wire Information
Type
Function
Color
Connector Information
Pin
Polarity
Name, Location
Color
No-pins
2013 Hyundai Elantra (Smart Key) (made in US only)
1
HS CAN High
White
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
HS CAN Low
Yellow
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
FT CAN High
White/Orange
13
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
FT CAN Low
Yellow/Orange
1
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
Push-to-Start
Yellow/Black
1
(-)
M04, at Push-to-Start Button
Black
12
Ignition 1
Pink
27
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Ignition 2
Orange
1
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Starter
Yellow
39
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Horn
White
34
(-)
EM11, driver kick panel
White
55
EMS COM Data
Brown/Orange
10
Data
EM11, driver kick panel
White
55
Parking Lights
Pink
2
(-)
M01-L, at headlight switch
White
13
(+) 12V
Red
2
(+)
I/P-D, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
3
2013 Hyundai Elantra (Smart Key) (made in Korea only) & 2013-2014 Elantra Coupe (Smart Key)
1
17
HS CAN High
White
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
HS CAN Low
Yellow
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
FT CAN High
Brown
13
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
FT CAN Low
White
1
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
Push-to-Start
Yellow/Black
1
(-)
M04, at Push-to-Start Button
Black
12
Ignition 1
Pink
27
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Ignition 2
Orange
1
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Starter
Yellow
39
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Horn
White
44
(-)
EM11, driver kick panel
White
55
EMS COM Data
Brown/Orange
10
Data
EM11, driver kick panel
White
55
Parking Lights
Pink
2
(-)
M01-L, at headlight switch
White
13
(+) 12V
Red
2
(+)
I/P-D, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
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Wire Information
Type
Function
Color
Connector Information
Pin
Polarity
Name, Location
Color
No-pins
2014 Hyundai Elantra (Smart Key)
2
HS CAN High
White
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
HS CAN Low
Yellow
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
FT CAN High
Green
13
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
FT CAN Low
Orange
1
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
Push-to-Start
Yellow/Black
Ignition 1
Pink
Ignition 2
Starter
1
(-)
M04, at Push-to-Start Button
Black
12
27
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Orange
1
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Yellow
39
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Horn
White
52
(-)
EM11, driver kick panel
White
58
EMS COM Data
Brown/Orange
12
Data
EM11, driver kick panel
White
58
Parking Lights
Pink
2
(-)
M01-L, at headlight switch
White
13
(+) 12V
Red
2
(+)
I/P-D, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
3
2013-2014 Hyundai Elantra GT (Smart Key)
2
18
HS CAN High
White
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
HS CAN Low
Yellow
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
FT CAN High
Green
13
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
FT CAN Low
Orange
1
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
Push-to-Start
Yellow/Black
1
(-)
M04, at Push-to-Start Button
Black
12
Ignition 1
White
27
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Ignition 2
Orange
1
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Starter
Yellow
39
(+)
I/P-F, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Horn
White
4
(-)
EM11, driver kick panel
White
58
EMS COM Data
Blue/Black
Data
EM11, driver kick panel
White
58
Parking Lights
Pink
2
(-)
M01-L, at headlight switch
White
13
(+) 12V
Red
2
(+)
I/P-D, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
3
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Wire Information
Type
Function
Color
Connector Information
Pin
Polarity
Name, Location
Color
No-pins
2012-2013 Hyundai Veloster (Smart Key)
3
HS CAN High
White
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
HS CAN Low
Yellow
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
FT CAN High
White/Orange
5
Data
I/P-C, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
FT CAN Low
Yellow/Orange
6
Data
I/P-C, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
Push-to-Start
Yellow/Black
1
(-)
M04, at Push-to-Start Button
White
12
Ignition 1
Pink
7
(+)
I/P-F, at I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
16
Ignition 2
Red
4
(+)
I/P-F, at I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
16
Starter
Yellow
5
(+)
I/P-F, at I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
16
Horn
White/Orange
44
(-)
EM11, driver kick panel
White
55
EMS COM Data
Blue
10
Data
EM11, driver kick panel
White
55
Parking Lights
Pink
11
(-)
I/P-C, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
(+) 12V
Red
2
(+)
I/P-L, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
4
Driver Door Trigger
Brown
7
(-)
MF11, at driver kick panel
White
56
2014 (early 2014) Hyundai Veloster (Smart Key)
3
19
HS CAN High
White
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
HS CAN Low
Yellow
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
FT CAN High
White/Orange
5
Data
I/P-C, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
FT CAN Low
Yellow/Orange
6
Data
I/P-C, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
Push-to-Start
Yellow/Black
1
(-)
M04, at Push-to-Start Button
White
12
Ignition 1
Pink
7
(+)
I/P-F, at I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
16
Ignition 2
Red
4
(+)
I/P-F, at I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
16
Starter
Yellow
5
(+)
I/P-F, at I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
16
Horn
White/Orange
44
(-)
EM11, driver kick panel
White
55
EMS COM Data
Blue
10
Data
EM11, driver kick panel
White
55
Parking Lights
Pink
11
(-)
I/P-C, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
(+) 12V
Red
2
(+)
I/P-L, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
4
Driver Door Trigger
Brown
7
(-)
MF11, at driver kick panel
White
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Wire Information
Type
Function
Color
Connector Information
Pin
Polarity
Name, Location
Color
No-pins
2014 (late 2014) Hyundai Veloster (Smart Key)
3
HS CAN High
White
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
HS CAN Low
Yellow
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
FT CAN High
White/Orange
5
Data
I/P-C, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
FT CAN Low
Yellow/Orange
6
Data
I/P-C, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
Push-to-Start
Yellow/Black
1
(-)
M04, at Push-to-Start Button
White
12
Ignition 1
Pink
7
(+)
I/P-F, at I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
16
Ignition 2
Red
4
(+)
I/P-F, at I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
16
Starter
Yellow
5
(+)
I/P-F, at I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
16
Horn
White/Orange
44
(-)
EM11, driver kick panel
Black
60
EMS COM Data
Blue
16
Data
EM11, driver kick panel
Black
60
Parking Lights
Pink
11
(-)
I/P-C, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
(+) 12V
Red
2
(+)
I/P-L, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
4
Driver Door Trigger
Brown
7
(-)
MF11, at driver kick panel
White
56
2011-2013 Kia Optima (Smart Key)
4
20
HS CAN High
White
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
HS CAN Low
Yellow
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
FT CAN High
White/Orange
25
Data
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
FT CAN Low
Yellow/Orange
38
Data
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Push-to-Start
Yellow/Black
1
(-)
M04, at Push-to-Start Button
Black
10
Ignition 1
Pink
1
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Ignition 2
Orange
14
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Starter
Orange
26
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Horn
White
42
(-)
EM11, driver kick panel
White
43
EMS COM Data
Brown/Orange
10
Data
EM11, driver kick panel
White
43
Parking Lights
Pink
1
(-)
M01-L, at headlight switch
White
13
(+) 12V
Pink
1
(+)
I/P-C, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
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Wire Information
Type
Function
Color
Connector Information
Pin
Polarity
Name, Location
Color
No-pins
2011-2013 Kia Optima Hybrid (Smart Key)
4
HS CAN High
White
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
HS CAN Low
Yellow
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
FT CAN High
White/Orange
25
Data
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
FT CAN Low
Yellow/Orange
38
Push-to-Start
Yellow/Black
Ignition 1
Pink
Ignition 2
Orange
Starter
Yellow
Horn
White
EMS COM Data
Parking Lights
(+) 12V
Data
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
1
(-)
M04, at Push-to-Start Button
Black
10
1
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
14
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
26
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
42
(-)
EM11, driver kick panel
White
43
Blue
10
Data
EM11, driver kick panel
White
43
Pink
1
(-)
M01-L, at headlight switch
White
13
Pink
1
(+)
I/P-C, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
3
2014 Kia Optima (Smart Key)
5
21
HS CAN High
White
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
HS CAN Low
Yellow
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
FT CAN High
White/Orange
13
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
FT CAN Low
Yellow/Orange
1
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
Push-to-Start
Yellow/Black
1
(-)
M04, at Push-to-Start Button
Black
12
Ignition 1
Pink
1
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Ignition 2
Orange
27
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Starter
Orange
14
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Horn
White
39
(-)
EM11, driver kick panel
White
58
EMS COM Data
Brown/Orange
41
Data
EM11, driver kick panel
White
58
Parking Lights
Pink
1
(-)
M01-L, at headlight switch
White
13
(+) 12V
Red
1
(+)
I/P-C, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
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Wire Information
Type
Function
Color
Connector Information
Pin
Polarity
Name, Location
Color
No-pins
2014 Kia Optima Hybrid (Smart Key)
5
HS CAN High
White
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
HS CAN Low
Yellow
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
FT CAN High
White/Orange
13
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
FT CAN Low
Yellow/Orange
1
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
Push-to-Start
Yellow/Black
1
(-)
M04, at Push-to-Start Button
Black
12
Ignition 1
Pink
1
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Ignition 2
Orange
27
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Starter
Gray
14
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
39
Horn
White
39
(-)
EM11, driver kick panel
White
58
EMS COM Data
Blue
41
Data
EM11, driver kick panel
White
58
Parking Lights
Pink
1
(-)
M01-L, at headlight switch
White
13
(+) 12V
Red
1
(+)
I/P-C, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
3
2014 Kia Rondo (Smart Key)
6
22
HS CAN High
White
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
HS CAN Low
Brown
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
FT CAN High
Orange
13
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
FT CAN Low
Blue
1
Data
I/P-G, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
24
Push-to-Start
Yellow/Black
1
(-)
M04, at Push-to-Start Button
White
12
Ignition 1
Pink
58
(+)
EM11, driver kick panel
White
58
Ignition 2
White
32
(+)
EM11, driver kick panel
White
58
Starter
Green
49
(+)
EM11, driver kick panel
White
58
Horn
White
17
(-)
EM11, driver kick panel
White
EMS COM Data
Blue/Orange
37
Data
EM11, driver kick panel
White
58
Parking Lights
Pink
14
(-)
M01-L, at headlight switch
White
58
(+) 12V
Green
1
(+)
Back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
16
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Wire Information
Type
Function
Color
Connector Information
Pin
Polarity
Name, Location
Color
No-pins
2014 Kia Sorento (Smart Key)
7
HS CAN High
White
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
HS CAN Low
Red
FT CAN High
Black
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
5
Data
I/P-M, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
16
FT CAN Low
Push-to-Start
White
6
Data
I/P-M, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
16
Brown/Black
1
(-)
M57, at Push-to-Start Button
Black
12
Ignition 1
Ignition 2
Red
28
(+)
I/P-C, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
38
White
38
(+)
I/P-C, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
38
Starter
Green
37
(+)
I/P-C, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
38
Horn
Gray
17
(-)
EM11, driver kick panel
Black or White
46
EMS COM Data
Blue/Orange
15
Data
EM11, driver kick panel
Black or White
46
Parking Lights
Blue
2
(-)
M14-L, at headlight switch
White
13
(+) 12V
Red
1
(+)
I/P-B, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
36
Driver Door Trigger
Red/Black
6
(-)
I/P-K, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
26
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
2011 (2,4L) Kia Sportage (Smart Key)
8
23
HS CAN High
Green
HS CAN Low
Orange
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
FT CAN High
Blue
53
Data
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
54
FT CAN Low
Red
52
Push-to-Start
White
Ignition 1
Ignition 2
Data
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
54
1
(-)
M61, at Push-to-Start Button
Black
10
Blue
25
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
54
Blue
31
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
54
Starter
Red
1
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
54
Horn
Gray
6
(-)
M20-R, at steering column
White
12
EMS COM Data
Blue
7
Data
MC11, passenger kick panel
Yellow
24
Parking Lights
Blue
1
(-)
M20-L, at headlight switch
White
13
(+) 12V
Red
1
(+)
I/P-A, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
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Wire Information
Type
Function
Color
Connector Information
Pin
Polarity
Name, Location
Color
No-pins
2012-2013 (2,0L) Kia Sportage (Smart Key)
8
HS CAN High
Green
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
HS CAN Low
FT CAN High
Orange
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
Blue
53
Data
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
54
FT CAN Low
Red
52
Push-to-Start
White
Ignition 1
Ignition 2
Data
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
54
1
(-)
M61, at Push-to-Start Button
Black
10
Blue
25
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
54
Blue
31
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
54
Starter
Red
1
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
54
Horn
White
6
(-)
M20-R, at steering column
White
12
EMS COM Data
Blue
7
Data
MC11, passenger kick panel
Yellow
24
Parking Lights
Blue
1
(-)
M20-L, at headlight switch
White
13
(+) 12V
Red
1
(+)
I/P-A, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
3
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
2014 Kia Sportage (Smart Key)
8
24
HS CAN High
Green
HS CAN Low
Orange
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
FT CAN High
Blue
53
Data
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
54
FT CAN Low
Red
52
Data
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
54
Push-to-Start
White
1
(-)
M61, at Push-to-Start Button
Black
12
Ignition 1
Blue
25
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
54
Ignition 2
Blue or White
31
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
54
Starter
Red
1
(+)
I/P-E, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
54
Horn
White
6
(-)
M20-R, at steering column
White
12
EMS COM Data
Blue
7
Data
MC11, passenger kick panel
Yellow
24
Parking Lights
Blue
1
(-)
M20-L, at headlight switch
White
13
(+) 12V
Red
1
(+)
I/P-A, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
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Wire Information
Type
Function
Color
Connector Information
Pin
Polarity
Name, Location
Color
No-pins
2012-2014 Kia Rio (Smart Key)
9
25
HS CAN High
Red
6
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
HS CAN Low
Blue
14
Data
OBDII Diagnostic Connector, under driver dash
Black
16
FT CAN High
Brown
9
Data
JM02, left side of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Blue or Black
20
FT CAN Low
White
19
Push-to-Start
Pink
Ignition 1
Green
Ignition 2
Red
Starter
White
Horn
Blue
EMS COM Data
Blue/Black
36
Parking Lights
Pink/Black
2
Data
JM02, left side of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Blue or Black
20
1
(-)
M37, at Push-to-Start Button
White
12
25
(+)
I/P-B, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
54
1
(+)
I/P-B, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
54
3
(+)
I/P-A, back of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
21
26
(-)
EM11, right side of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
41
Data
EM11, right side of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
White
41
(-)
M02-L, at headlight switch
White
13
(+) 12V
Red
1
(+)
I/P-D, front of I/P Junction Box (located on left side of dash panel)
Black
2
Driver Door Trigger
Green
2
(-)
MF31, at driver kick panel
White
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Connecting the module
Important!
Before connecting the Directed Digital System, it is important to ensure that the proper feature and function
programming is selected using the configuration wizard. Visit www.xpresskit.com to use the latest version of the
online tool.
To make this selection:
1. Disconnect the main module from any (+)12V power source, then connect it to your computer using the
XKLoader.
2. Open the Internet Explorer browser (version 6.0 and later) and go to www.xpresskit.com; the programming
window will be displayed automatically.
3. Follow the instructions in the pop up window that will be displayed when the module is detected.
Note: If the latest firmware is already loaded, only the feature options will be flashed. Check the Yes box if
you wish to flash the firmware as well.
Once the module is programmed, you can proceed with the instructions below.
Manual or automatic transmission selection
The yellow loop on the Directed Digital System controls which transmission type the unit is configured for. The
state of the loop (uncut or cut) when the main module is powered up will determine which type is selected.
• Uncut (default): Manual transmission.
• Cut: Automatic transmission.
For safety reasons, all Directed Digital Systems are shipped ready to use with a manual transmission (the
yellow loop is untouched). If the loop is cut after power has been applied, it is necessary to cycle power to the
main module (via the white 12-pin main power harness) so the unit will see the state change on the loop and
appropriately configure the transmission type.
Ready mode
To successfully remote start a vehicle equipped with a manual transmission, the Ready Mode feature must be
enabled before exiting the vehicle. Please refer to the Owner’s Guide for more details on this required process.
Additional connections required for vehicles equipped with a manual transmission (if not supported by firmware)
Connection
Description
(-) Emergency Brake Input
(black/white, pin 2)
Must be connected to a working emergency brake in the vehicle. Although most vehicles have simple
(-) trigger emergency brake circuits note some vehicles do not and may require unique integration
methodologies.
(-) Door Input (white/green,
pin 10) OR (+) Door Input
(yellow/green, pin 11)
Must be connected to a working door trigger in the vehicle, which monitors all doors. The unit must monitor
the door pins to allow the Ready Mode process to be enabled.
Note: Some vehicles may require unique integration methodologies for this circuit.
(AC) Tachometer Input
(violet/white, pin 6)
Must be connected to a working tachometer signal in the vehicle (fuel injector, ignition coil, true tach, etc.)
and learned successfully to the Directed Digital System.
Note: Refer to www.directechs.com for more information.
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Optional sensors
Note: The sensor port is only active on hybrid systems.
The
•
•
•
4-pin sensor port is compatible with a number of different Directed sensors including, but not limited to:
Shock Sensor – 504D
Field Disturbance Sensor – 508D
Ultrasonic Sensor – 509U
Note: In the case of 508D, power and ground must be hardwired to the vehicle – power and ground should
NOT be obtained from the 4-pin sensor port.
Each sensor will have its own instructions, which must be followed for installation and adjustment.
RF kits
An RF kit consists of one or multiple remotes, a Control Center (antenna), and an antenna cable – various
combinations exist. An RF kit allows the vehicle owner to control the system with enhanced range. Two-way
models are available. Please follow the instructions included with the kit for appropriate installation and
programming information.
When flashing the Directed Digital System, make sure to pick the remote you will be using. This way the main
module will have the necessary firmware to interact with the remote and Control Center (antenna) combination.
When used in conjunction with SmartStart
The Directed Digital System main module must be disconnected from any power source before SmartStart can be
connected to it. Failing to do so could damage main module.
To ensure that the D2D communication between the Directed Digital System and SmartStart works properly, one
of the following actions must be executed, depending on the hardware you are using:
• Rev A SmartStart – The brown or blue loop must be cut.
• Rev B SmartStart – The gray wire must be connected to a ground source.
Do NOT connect the SmartStart 2-pin power harness. Power and ground will be provided by the D2D connector
on main module.
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Module programming
Refer to "LED diagnostics and troubleshooting" on page 29 for more information and for troubleshooting
purposes.
To connect the module:
1
Please ensure that the vehicle is in a safe location an cannot move
forward during programming. For vehicles equipped with a manual
transmission, make sure the gearshift lever is in the neutral position.
2
Connect all the harnesses to the Directed Digital System, EXCEPT the
white12-pin main power harness.
3
Connect the white12-pin main power harness, and wait until the LED turns
ON solid red.
Turn Knob
to RUN
N
OR
with Key IN
For vehicles with Push-To-Start button:
Important! Do NOT press the brake pedal.
Press the Push-to-Start (PTS) button twice to turn the ignition ON.
Flashes
Orange
Turn vehicle ignition OFF once the module is successfully programmed.
Solid Green
x3 secs
7
Pair remotes (if applicable). For information on how to pair a specific
remote, please refer to its corresponding owner documentation, which
can be found inside the product packaging of the complete system or on
www.directechs.com.*
8
By default, the tachometer is preprogrammed for the vehicle. For
instructions on how to program tach, refer to the Analog Installation
Guide, which can be found on www.xpresskit.com.
OFF
N
Key IN
O
OFF
Key IN
N
&
START
O
Key OUT
OFF
Do NOT press
the brake
pedal
N
The LED blinks orange indicating Ignition was sensed then turns ON solid
green for 3 seconds.
PUSH x2
START
START
Turn Knob
to OFF
with Key IN
OR
Turn Knob
to RUN
Turn Knob
to OFF
Pair
remotes*
Initialize
tachometer
* Your aftermarket remote may differ from the model shown in the illustrations.
28
O
Turn Knob
to OFF
Turn Knob
to RUN
Turn Knob
to RUN
6
START
START
Solid
O
5
Key IN
O
&
N
Key OUT
For vehicles with knob: turn the ignition knob to RUN position.
4
OFF
Must be connected LAST
OFF
Connect all but the
white 12-pin harness
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K
LED diagnostics and troubleshooting
This section provides LED diagnostics and troubleshooting information to guide you through the various stages of
your installation.
Module programming
LED
Description
Troubleshooting
Comment
Make sure that all the connections are correct
(see
wiring diagram).
Normal operation.
Solid
Waiting to begin
the programming
sequence.
Detected VIN
Normal operation.
Normal operation.
Ignition successfully
detected.
Normal operation
Normal operation.
Module successfullly
programmed.
Normal operation
Normal operation.
Description
Troubleshooting
Comment
VIN not supported.
Check the firmware against vehicle year and
model coverage. Possible causes are that a
vehicle build date or a country code has yet
to be supported.
Connect module to XpressKit and call Tech Support
with the module ID in hand. If applicable, the new
VIN will be added to the solution.
Troubleshooting
Comment
Diagnostic data bus not detected.
Some features are not supported by SmartStart.
Check the Tan - Tan/Black and/or Orange/Green
- Orange/Brown wire for proper connections.
Refer to the wiring installation section to check the
connections.
Troubleshooting
Comment
Used to check the installation and for
troubleshooting purposes.
Used to check for internal safety operation. Does
not represent an error.
Flashes
Flashes
Solid x3 Secs
Module programming – Error codes
LED
Flashes red x 10
External module synchronization
LED
(Flashes red,
red, then
orange) x 10
Description
OBDII feature not
supported.
Shutdown codes
LED
Description
Brake shutdown.
Flashes red x 2
Flashes red x 3
No key detected
shutdown.
Speed detected.
Flashes red x 4
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Active ground when running (status)
LED
Flashes green
Flashes red &
orange
Flashes green
quickly
Description
Troubleshooting
Comment
GWR (Status)
command received.
Used to ensure the module has received the
remote start message and has enabled the
remote start runtime.
Commands can come from RF, D2D or W2W.
IGNITION ON
command received.
Used to ensure the module received the
ignition command.
START ON command
received.
Used to ensure the module received the start
command.
In a W2W install, it will show only if the ignition
input wire is used.
External commands
LED
Flashes orange
x1
Flashes orange
x2
Flashes orange
x3
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Description
Troubleshooting
Comment
If the bypass module fails to flash, it means
the module did not receive the signal.
Commands can come from RF, D2D or W2W.
LOCK command
received.
UNLOCK command
received.
TRUNK command
received.
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Module reset
A module reset will only erase the steps perfomed in "Module programming" on page 28. All settings
(firmware) and settings flashed to the module using the web configuration tool will not be affected.
1
2
5th
If required for your installation, connect both black 16-pin and white
18-pin harnesses, as well as the white 7-pin harness to the module. Press
and hold the programming button, then connect the white 12-pin harness
to the module.
Wait 3 seconds until the LED turns ON solid orange then release the
programming button. The LED turns ON solid red.
4th
1st
&
Solid
3rd
2rd
&
Solid
Release
Hard reset
Warning Against Executing a Hard Reset!
A hard reset will revert the flashed firmware back to its default settings. Depending on the installation, some
settings may need to be reconfigured. Connect your module to a computer and use the web configuration tool to
edit its programmable features.
1
2
3
5th
If required for your installation, connect both black 16-pin and white
18-pin harnesses, as well as the white 7-pin harness to the module. Press
and hold the programming button, then connect the white 12-pin harness
to the module.
After 3 seconds the LED turns ON solid orange. Keep holding the
programming button until the LED flashes red, then orange slowly.
4th
1st
&
Solid
2rd
&
Hold
Release the programming button. The LED turns ON solid red.
Flashes
&
Release
31
3rd
Solid
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Learning the Tach (not needed with Virtual Tach)
Tach comes preprogrammed, therefore learning is not required; however, it can be readjusted with the following
operations:
1. Start the vehicle using the key.
2. Within 5 seconds, press and hold the Control Center* (antenna) or the main module programming button,
until the LED on the Control Center (antenna) or the main module turns ON soild.
3. Release the button. Tachometer value is now stored in memory.
If the LED does not turn ON solid, find an alternate tach source.
* If the Control Center (antenna) was not included in your kit, the tach can be programmed using the
programming button directly on the main module.
Note: When the tachometer is programmed, the main module automatically enters the Tachometer engine
checking mode.
Initializing Virtual Tach (not needed with hardwired or data tach applications)
To program Virtual Tach:
1. After the install is complete, remote start the engine. The programming operation may require 3 cranks of
the starter before the engine starts and runs. Do not turn off the remote start if this happens, it is a normal
programming operation.
2. Once the engine begins running, let it run for at least 30 seconds.
3. Using the Remote, send the Remote start command to turn remote start off. Virtual Tach is programmed. To
reset Virtual Tach, a module reset must be done.
Note: Virtual Tach cannot be used in Manual Transmission Mode. It is also not recommended for diesel trucks.
Virtual Tach handles disengaging the starter motor during remote starting – it does not address over-rev. If the
customer wants to have the over-rev protection capability, the tach wire or data tach must be used.
Important! After successfully learning Virtual Tach, a small minority of vehicle starters may over crank or under
crank during remote start. Use the VirtualTach Fine tune feature in the configuration wizard to adjust the starter
output time in 50mS increments to compensate for such an occurrence.
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Limited lifetime consumer warranty
Directed Electronics. (“Directed”) promises to the original purchaser to repair or replace (at Directed’s election) with a comparable
reconditioned model any Directed unit (hereafter the “unit”), excluding without limitation the siren, the remote transmitters, the associated
sensors and accessories, which proves to be defective in workmanship or material under reasonable use during the lifetime of the vehicle
provided the following conditions are met: the unit was purchased from an authorized Directed dealer, the unit was professionally installed
and serviced by an authorized Directed dealer; the unit will be professionally reinstalled in the vehicle in which it was originally installed by
an authorized Directed dealer; and the unit is returned to Directed, shipping prepaid with a legible copy of the bill of sale or other dated
proof of purchase bearing the following information: consumer’s name, telephone number and address; the authorized dealers name,
telephone number and address; complete product description, including accessories; the year, make and model of the vehicle; vehicle
license number and vehicle identification number. All components other than the unit, including without limitation the siren, the remote
transmitters and the associated sensors and accessories, carry a one-year warranty from the date of purchase of the same. ALL PRODUCTS
RECEIVED BY DIRECTED FOR WARRANTY REPAIR WITHOUT PROOF OF PURCHASE FROM AN AUTHORIZED DEALER WILL BE DENIED.
This warranty is non-transferable and is automatically void if: the unit’s date code or serial number is defaced, missing or altered; the unit has
been modified or used in a manner contrary to its intended purpose; the unit has been damaged by accident, unreasonable use, neglect,
improper service, installation or other causes not arising out of defects in materials or construction. The warranty does not cover damage to
the unit caused by installation or removal of the unit. Directed, in its sole discretion, will determine what constitutes excessive damage and
may refuse the return of any unit with excessive damage.
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, ALL WARRANTIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO EXPRESS WARRANTY, IMPLIED
WARRANTY, WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND WARRANTY OF NON-INFRINGEMENT 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 DISCLAIMS AND
HAS ABSOLUTELY NO LIABILITY FOR ANY AND ALL ACTS OF THIRD PARTIES INCLUDING ITS AUTHORIZED DEALERS OR INSTALLERS.
DIRECTED SECURITY SYSTEMS, INCLUDING THIS UNIT, ARE DETERRENTS AGAINST POSSIBLE THEFT. DIRECTED IS NOT OFFERING A
GUARANTEE OR INSURANCE AGAINST VANDALISM, DAMAGE OR THEFT OF THE AUTOMOBILE, ITS PARTS OR CONTENTS; AND
HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY LIABILITY WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, LIABILITY FOR THEFT, DAMAGE
AND/OR VANDALISM. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER LABOR COSTS FOR MAINTENANCE, REMOVAL OR REINSTALLATION OF
THE UNIT OR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND. IN THE EVENT OF A CLAIM OR A DISPUTE INVOLVING DIRECTED
OR ITS SUBSIDIARY, THE 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 UNIT. DIRECTED SHALL
NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, DAMAGE TO VEHICLE, 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 THE CONTROL MODULE SUBJECT TO THE CONDITIONS AS DESCRIBED HEREIN. THIS
WARRANTY IS VOID IF THE UNIT HAS NOT BEEN PURCHASED FROM DIRECTED, OR AN AUTHORIZED DIRECTED DEALER, OR IF THE
UNIT HAS BEEN DAMAGED BY ACCIDENT, UNREASONABLE USE, NEGLIGENCE, ACTS OF GOD, NEGLECT, IMPROPER SERVICE, OR
OTHER CAUSES NOT ARISING OUT OF DEFECT IN MATERIALS OR CONSTRUCTION.
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.
This warranty is only valid for sale of product(s) within the United States of America and in Canada. Product(s) sold outside of the United
States of America or Canada are sold “AS-IS” and shall have NO WARRANTY, express or implied.
For further details relating to warranty information of Directed products, please visit the support section of Directed’s website at: www.
directed.com.
This product may be covered by a Guaranteed Protection Plan (“GPP”). See your authorized Directed dealer for details of the plan or call
Directed Customer Service at 1-800-876-0800.
(920-10011-01 2011-06)
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Quick Reference Guide – Viper, Clifford, Python, Avital & Automate
Vehicle takeover with Get In and Go
1
2
Manual transmission ready mode
Close the vehicle doors, hood and trunk, then
press the Remote Start button on the transmitter to
start the vehicle.*
Press the Unlock button on the factory or
aftermarket remote.*
Press Remote
Start button*
HOLD
Press Unlock on
either remote*
OR
Enter the vehicle, while making sure the factory
remote is inside with you.
4
Depress the brake pedal, put the car in gear and
drive off.
While the vehicle is running, put the gear in
Neutral (N).
2
Depress the vehicle’s foot brake.
3
Apply the emergency brake.
Put
gear in
Neutral
Depress
brake
pedal
Apply
emergency
brake
Release the vehicle’s foot brake.
Complete the following steps within 45 seconds or the vehicle will shut down.
3
1
4
HOLD
Enter vehicle
with remote
Ready to
drive off
5
* Your aftermarket remote may differ from the model shown in the illustrations.
Get In and Go
Get In and Go is designed to provide users with easy takeover when entering their
Push-to-Start (PTS) equipped vehicle, once it has been remote started.
Typically, users would have to remote start their vehicle, then get inside and press
the vehicle start button to perform a takeover. There is therefore a physical action
required to drive away. With Get In and Go technology, you simply remote start the
vehicle, unlock the doors, get in and go... All that's left to do is put the gear in drive
and enjoy your vehicle.
6
7
Release
brake
pedal
Warning! Depressing the brake pedal again after this
step will disable the remote start feature.
Press any button on the transmitter.* The parking
lights flash 5 times confirming that the remote start
feature is active.
&
Note: If the parking lights do not flash 5 times, you
have not entered manual transmission mode and will
need to repeat steps 1 to 5.
Press any
button*
Exit the vehicle.
Exit vehicle
Press the Lock button on the factory or aftermarket
remote.*
HOLD
The vehicle engine will shut Off after locking
the system.
Parking lights flash x5
Press Lock on
either remote*
OR
* Your aftermarket remote may differ from the model shown in the illustrations.
This unique feature monitors a variety of parameters such as the key fob, vehicle
speed sensor and door sensor, in order to perform takeover securely.
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Pit stop mode
1
SmartStart compatible
Stop the vehicle in a safe parking spot and put the
gear in Park (P).
Put
gear in
Park
What is SmartStart?
Press the Remote Start button on the transmitter.*
2
3
The parking lights will flash once to indicate the
vehicle is now in Pit Stop Mode.
&
Press Remote
Start button*
Parking lights flash x1
It is safe to leave the engine running and exit the
vehicle with the factory remote in hand.
HOLD
Note: We recommend that you always lock the doors
of your vehicle when leaving it unattended.
Exit vehicle
with remote
* Your aftermarket remote may differ from the model shown in the illustrations.
List of available commands
Note that the information below is for Viper, Clifford and Python models. Icons and
commands may differ depending on the remote brand and model purchased. Refer
to your authorized installation center for more information.
Button(s)
This system is compatible with Directed SmartStart 3.0. For a complete list of
supported features, please visit www.mysmartstart.com.
Actions
Press & hold for 1 second to lock.
Press & hold for 1 second to unlock.
Press & hold for 1 second to remote start.
Now you can remote start, lock and unlock your car just by pushing a button on your
smartphone; using the SmartStart App from Directed, the leader in vehicle security
and remote start. The simple graphical interface gives you control over the following
features of your installed remote start or security with remote start system:
• Lock/Arm
• Unlock/Disarm
• Remote Car Starter
• Trunk Release
• Panic
• Aux Channels
You can also control multiple vehicles – great for families – and assign more than
one user to control a vehicle. It's easy with SmartStart! But, this is only the beginning!
SmartStart is loaded with additional features including GPS tracking, SmartSchedule,
vehicle status, roadside assistance, home control, parked car finder and more.
3.0 enables a "Cloud-Connected Car" like never before, providing an entirely new
level of 2-way interaction with your vehicle. Connectivity is managed through the
Directed Cloud Services (DCS) network linking car, app, end user, and the Internet.
For more information, visit www.mysmartstart.com.
Press & hold for 5 seconds to activate the trunk release (optional).
x1 +
Press
once, then
to activate the panic mode.*
x1 +
Press
once, then
to reset the remote starter runtime.
* This output is configurable. see your authorized installation center for more information.
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Engine Idle Protection System (EIPS)
Notes
Vehicles equipped with a push button start or push-to-start keyless ignition and start
system work by using various antennas throughout the vehicle to detect the presence
of the vehicle's electronic Smart Key. If the Smart Key has been removed from the
interior cabin of these vehicles while the engine is running, the engine will still
continue to run indefinitely unless action is taken by the user to shut the ignition system
off, becoming a potential hazard if the vehicle has been left unattended in a garage
or other confined space.
The Engine Idle Protection System (EIPS) available on this product has been designed
as a convenience feature that can detect the presence of the vehicle's Smart Key
within the cabin using the vehicle's OEM antennas and communications network.
If the key has been removed from the vehicle, EIPS will engage and monitor the
vehicle for a pre-defined amount of time configured at the time of installation (i.e.
1 to 5 minutes). Once engaged, if the EIPS timer expires and the key has still not
been detected inside the vehicle, the EIPS feature will assume the vehicle has been
unintentionally left idling and will shut the engine off.
EIPS (Engine Idle Protection System) will:
• Notify the user about the idling engine by sounding the horn with a series of
short beeps.
• Shut down the engine after a pre-defined period of time (i.e. 1 to 5 minutes).
• If the engine fails to shut down due to some malfunction, EIPS will go into alarm
mode and will notify the user by all means possible (e.g. horn or siren).
Note:
• EIPS is configured using the configuration wizard.
• 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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Quick Reference Guide – Autostart
Vehicle takeover with Get In and Go
1
2
Manual transmission ready/idle mode sequence
Close the vehicle doors, hood and trunk, then
press the Remote Start button on the transmitter to
start the vehicle.*
Press the Unlock button on the factory or
aftermarket remote.*
14:36
OR
HOLD
Press Unlock on
either remote*
Press Remote
Start button*
Enter the vehicle, while making sure the factory
remote is inside with you.
4
Depress the brake pedal, put the car in gear and
drive off.
While the vehicle is running, put the gear in
Neutral (N).
2
Depress the vehicle’s foot brake.
3
Enter vehicle
with remote
4
* Your aftermarket remote may differ from the model shown in the illustrations.
Get In and Go
Get In and Go is designed to provide users with easy takeover when entering their
Push-to-Start (PTS) equipped vehicle, once it has been remote started.
Typically, users would have to remote start their vehicle, then get inside and press
the vehicle start button to perform a takeover. There is therefore a physical action
required to drive away. With Get In and Go technology, you simply remote start the
vehicle, unlock the doors, get in and go... All that's left to do is put the gear in drive
and enjoy your vehicle.
This unique feature monitors a variety of parameters such as the key fob, vehicle
speed sensor and door sensor, in order to perform takeover securely.
Depress
brake
pedal
OR
Apply the emergency brake, then release the vehicle's
foot brake.
Apply emergency
brake x1 OR 2
&
Release
brake pedal
Warning! Depressing the brake pedal again after this
step will disable the remote start feature.
HOLD
Ready to
drive off
Put
gear in
Neutral
Apply the emergency brake twice (2), then release
the vehicle's foot brake and skip to step 5.
14:36
Complete the following steps within 45 seconds or the vehicle will shut down.
3
1
Within 10 seconds, press any button on the
transmitter.*
14:36
Press any
button*
The parking lights flash 5 times confirming that the
remote start feature is active.
5
Note: If the parking lights do not flash 5 times, you
have not entered manual transmission sequence and
will need to repeat steps 1 to 5.
6
Exit the vehicle.
7
Press the:
• Lock button on the factory or aftermarket remote*
to shut the vehicle Off and lock the doors.
• Trunk button on the aftermarket remote only to
lock the doors and enter idle mode.
Parking lights flash x5
Exit vehicle
HOLD
OR
14:36
Press Lock to shut vehicle Off
or Trunk (aftermarket remote
only) to enter idle mode
* Your aftermarket remote may differ from the model shown in the illustrations.
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Idle mode (automatic transmission only)
1
SmartStart compatible
Stop the vehicle in a safe parking spot and put the
gear in Park (P).
Put
gear in
Park
What is SmartStart?
Press the Remote Start button on the transmitter.*
2
3
The parking lights will flash once to indicate the
vehicle is now in Idle Mode.
14:36
&
Press Remote
Start button*
Parking lights flash x1
It is safe to leave the engine running and exit the
vehicle with the factory remote in hand.
HOLD
Note: We recommend that you always lock the doors
of your vehicle when leaving it unattended.
Exit vehicle
with remote
* Your aftermarket remote may differ from the model shown in the illustrations.
List of available commands
Note that the information below is for Viper, Clifford and Python models. Icons and
commands may differ depending on the remote brand and model purchased. Refer
to your authorized installation center for more information.
Button(s)
This system is compatible with Directed SmartStart 3.0. For a complete list of
supported features, please visit www.mysmartstart.com.
Actions
Press & hold for 1 second to lock.
Press & hold for 1 second to unlock.
Press & hold for 1 second to remote start.
Now you can remote start, lock and unlock your car just by pushing a button on your
smartphone; using the SmartStart App from Directed, the leader in vehicle security
and remote start. The simple graphical interface gives you control over the following
features of your installed remote start or security with remote start system:
• Lock/Arm
• Unlock/Disarm
• Remote Car Starter
• Trunk Release
• Panic
• Aux Channels
You can also control multiple vehicles – great for families – and assign more than
one user to control a vehicle. It's easy with SmartStart! But, this is only the beginning!
SmartStart is loaded with additional features including GPS tracking, SmartSchedule,
vehicle status, roadside assistance, home control, parked car finder and more.
3.0 enables a "Cloud-Connected Car" like never before, providing an entirely new
level of 2-way interaction with your vehicle. Connectivity is managed through the
Directed Cloud Services (DCS) network linking car, app, end user, and the Internet.
For more information, visit www.mysmartstart.com.
Press & hold for 5 seconds to activate the trunk release (optional).
x1 +
Press
once, then
to activate the panic mode.*
x1 +
Press
once, then
to reset the remote starter runtime.
* This output is configurable. see your authorized installation center for more information.
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Engine Idle Protection System (EIPS)
Notes
Vehicles equipped with a push button start or push-to-start keyless ignition and start
system work by using various antennas throughout the vehicle to detect the presence
of the vehicle's electronic Smart Key. If the Smart Key has been removed from the
interior cabin of these vehicles while the engine is running, the engine will still
continue to run indefinitely unless action is taken by the user to shut the ignition system
off, becoming a potential hazard if the vehicle has been left unattended in a garage
or other confined space.
The Engine Idle Protection System (EIPS) available on this product has been designed
as a convenience feature that can detect the presence of the vehicle's Smart Key
within the cabin using the vehicle's OEM antennas and communications network.
If the key has been removed from the vehicle, EIPS will engage and monitor the
vehicle for a pre-defined amount of time configured at the time of installation (i.e.
1 to 5 minutes). Once engaged, if the EIPS timer expires and the key has still not
been detected inside the vehicle, the EIPS feature will assume the vehicle has been
unintentionally left idling and will shut the engine off.
EIPS (Engine Idle Protection System) will:
• Notify the user about the idling engine by sounding the horn with a series of
short beeps.
• Shut down the engine after a pre-defined period of time (i.e. 1 to 5 minutes).
• If the engine fails to shut down due to some malfunction, EIPS will go into alarm
mode and will notify the user by all means possible (e.g. horn or siren).
Note:
• EIPS is configured using the configuration wizard.
• 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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Directed Digital System
GM1
Firmware Specific Guide
This product is intended for installation by a professional
installer only! Attempts to install this product by a person
other than a trained professional may result in severe
damage to a vehicle’s electrical system and components.
© 2014 Directed, Vista, CA
Directed Digital System 2014-08
Contents
Warning! Safety first........................................................................................................................ 3
Introduction..................................................................................................................................... 4
Vehicle application guide............................................................................................................ 4
Wiring connections.......................................................................................................................... 5
Main power harness (H1), 12-pin thick gauge connector................................................................ 5
Auxiliary output harness (H2), 16-pin black connector ................................................................... 5
Analog harness (H3), 18-pin white connector ............................................................................... 6
MC501 harness (H4), 8 thick-gauge wires (optional)...................................................................... 6
Installation....................................................................................................................................... 7
Wiring Diagram......................................................................................................................... 7
Connecting the module..................................................................................................................... 8
Important!................................................................................................................................. 8
Manual or automatic transmission selection................................................................................... 8
Optional sensors........................................................................................................................ 9
RF kits....................................................................................................................................... 9
When used in conjunction with SmartStart..................................................................................... 9
Module programming............................................................................................................... 10
LED diagnostics and troubleshooting........................................................................................... 11
Module reset........................................................................................................................... 13
Hard reset............................................................................................................................... 13
Learning the Tach (not needed with Virtual Tach)................................................................................ 14
Initializing Virtual Tach (not needed with hardwired or data tach applications)...................................... 14
Limited lifetime consumer warranty................................................................................................... 15
Quick Reference Guide – Viper, Clifford, Python, Avital & Automate.................................................... 16
Quick Reference Guide – Autostart...................................................................................................18
Warning! Safety first
The following safety warnings must be observed at all times:
• Due to the complexity of this system, installation of this product must only be performed by an authorized
Directed dealer.
• When properly installed, this system can start the vehicle via a command signal from the remote control.
Therefore, never operate the system in an area that does not have adequate ventilation.
The
•
•
•
following precautions are the sole responsibility of the user; however, authorized Directed dealers should:
Never use a test light or logic probe when installing this unit. Always use a multimeter.
Never operate the system in an enclosed or partially enclosed area without ventilation (such as a garage).
When parking in an enclosed or partially enclosed area or when having the vehicle serviced, the
remote start system must be disabled using the installed toggle switch. It is the user’s sole responsibility to
properly handle and keep out of reach from children all remote controls to assure that the system does not
unintentionally remote start the vehicle.
• USER MUST INSTALL A CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR IN OR ABOUT THE LIVING AREA ADJACENT
TO THE VEHICLE. ALL DOORS LEADING FROM ADJACENT LIVING AREAS TO THE ENCLOSED OR
PARTIALLY ENCLOSED VEHICLE STORAGE AREA MUST REMAIN CLOSED AT ALL TIMES.
Use of this product in a manner contrary to its intended mode of operation may result in property damage,
personal injury, or death. Except when performing the Safety Check outlined in this installation guide, (1) Never
remotely start the vehicle with the vehicle in gear, and (2) Never remotely start the vehicle with the keys in the
ignition. The user is responsible for having the neutral safety feature of the vehicle periodically checked, wherein
the vehicle must not remotely start while the car is in gear. This testing should be performed by an authorized
Directed dealer in accordance with the Safety Check outlined in this product installation guide. If the vehicle
starts in gear, cease remote start operation immediately and consult with the user to fix the problem immediately.
OPERATION OF THE REMOTE START MODULE IF THE VEHICLE STARTS IN GEAR IS CONTRARY TO ITS
INTENDED MODE OF OPERATION. OPERATING THE REMOTE START SYSTEM UNDER THESE CONDITIONS
MAY RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE OR PERSONAL INJURY. IMMEDIATELY CEASE THE USE OF THE UNIT
AND REPAIR OR DISCONNECT THE INSTALLED REMOTE START MODULE. DIRECTED WILL NOT BE HELD
RESPONSIBLE OR PAY FOR INSTALLATION OR REINSTALLATION COSTS.
Remote starters for manual transmission pose significant risks if not properly installed and operated. When testing
to ensure the installation is working properly, only remote start the vehicle in neutral gear, on a flat surface and
with a functional, fully engaged parking brake. Do not allow anyone to stand in front of or behind the vehicle.
This product should not be installed in any convertible vehicles, soft or hard top with a manual transmission.
Installation in such vehicles may pose certain risk.
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Introduction
The GM1 firmware for Directed Digital Systems is a complete solution for remote start, security
(if applicable), bypass interface, and convenience needs compatible with specific Buick,
Chevrolet and GMC vehicles.
Warning! This module can only be programmed via the web tool, which can be found on
www.xpresskit.com or using the Directechs Mobile application for smartphones. Features and
functions will become accessible when you connect the module using the XKLoader.
Vehicle application guide
PK-Immobilizer Bypass-Data No Key Req'd
CC-Heated Mirrors
CC-Heated Seats Activation
CC-Power Mirror Memory
CC-Power Seat Memory
CC-Radio Channel Memory
DL-Arm Factory Security
DL-Disarm Factory Security
DL-Door Lock Control
DL-Door Unlock
DL-Driver Priority Unlock
DL-Trunk / Hatch Release
FOB-Control of aftermarket alarm with OEM remote
RS-RAP Shut Down (Retained ACC Power)
RS-Tach / RPM Output
SS-Entry Monitoring Front Door Pins
SS-Entry Monitoring Trunk/Hatch Pin
ST-Ignition Status
ST-Keysense Status
The table below lists the vehicles and features which are compatible with this product. Refer to the following
pages for more information on installation wiring, programming and troubleshooting for these vehicle.
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CC: Comfort & Convenience Controls
DL: OE Door Lock & Alarm Controls
FOB: Sync CAN Interface w/ FOB Remote
PK: Transponder & Immobilizer Override
RS: Remote Start & Engine Controls
SS: Integrated Security & Monitoring
ST: Function/Feature Status
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Wiring connections
Your module may come with one of two versions of wiring harnesses. It is clearly indicated in the following
tables which harnesses and wire colors can be different in your installation.
The wiring connections listed below are generic to this firwmare.
Main power harness (H1), 12-pin thick gauge connector
Conn./Pin
Color
Description
H1/1
White
Relay 3 COM – Parking Light Output
H1/2
White/Brown
Relay 3 N.O.– Parking Light Input
H1/3
Brown/Red
Relay 2 N.O.– No Connection
H1/4
Yellow/Red
Relay 2 COM – No Connection
H1/5
Orange/Red
Relay 2 N.C. – No Connection
H1/6
Yellow
Relay 1 COM –No Connection
H1/7
White
Relay 3 COM – Parking Light Output
H1/8
White/Brown
Relay 3 N.O.– Parking Light Input
H1/9
Black
(-) Ground
H1/10
Red
(+) 12 Volt (Battery)
H1/11
Orange/Yellow
Relay 1 N.C. – No Connection
H1/12
Brown
Relay 1 N.O.–No Connection
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1
1
1
1
1
1
Auxiliary output harness (H2), 16-pin black connector
Your module may come with one of two versions of wiring harnesses. The column in red is for old wire
colors, and the rows with italicized text indicate where differences may occur.
Conn./Pin
Color (CURRENT Harness) Color (OLD Harness)
Description
H2/1
Violet/Brown
Violet/Brown
No Connection
H2/2
Yellow/Black
Yellow/Black
No Connection
H2/3
Orange/Black
Orange/Black
No Connection
H2/4
Tan
Tan
No Connection
H2/5
Tan/Black
Tan/Black
No Connection
H2/6
Light Green
Light Green
No Connection
H2/7
Orange/Green
Orange/Green
No Connection
H2/8
Orange/Brown
Orange/Brown
No Connection
H2/9
Violet/Green
Violet/Green
No Connection
H2/10
Green/Black
Lt. Green/White
No Connection 2
H2/11
White/Violet
White/Violet
No Connection
H2/12
White/Red
White/Red
No Connection
2
H2/13
Lt. Blue/Black
Lt. Green/Black
No Connection
2
H2/14
Green/Red
Green/Red
No Connection
2
H2/15
N/A
Violet/Red
No Connection
H2/16
Violet/Yellow
Violet/Yellow
J1850
1.
2.
5
2
If these outputs are not used by the firmware, they can be configured by the installer when the module is flashed.
If these outputs are not used by the firmware, they can be configured by the installer when the module is flashed. Note that they are
low current and a relay may be necessary.
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Analog harness (H3), 18-pin white connector
Your module may come with one of two versions of wiring harnesses. The column in red is for old wire
colors, and the rows with italicized text indicate where differences may occur.
Conn./Pin
Color (CURRENT Harness) Color (OLD Harness)
Description
H3/1
Lt. Blue/Red
Lt. Blue/Red
No Connection
H3/2
Black/White
White/Black
(-) Parking Brake Input (Manual Transmission) 2
H3/3
Gray
Gray
(-) Hood Input
H3/4
N/A
Black/White
No Connection
H3/5
Gray/Black
Gray/Black
(+) Glow Plug Input
H3/6
Violet/White
Violet/White
(AC) Tach Input
2
H3/7
Dark Blue
Dark Blue
No Connection
1
H3/8
Brown/Black
Brown/Black
No Connection
1
H3/9
Red/White
Red/White
No Connection
1
H3/10
White/Green
Green/Gray
(-) Door Input 2
H3/11
Yellow/Green
Violet/Gray
(+) Door Input 2
H3/12
Blue/Red
Blue/Red
No Connection
H3/13
Light Blue
Light Blue
(-) Trunk Trigger Input
H3/14
Pink/Yellow
Blue/Black
No Connection
H3/15
Dark Green
Dark Green
No Connection
H3/16
Brown/White
Light Brown
(+) Brake Input
H3/17
Brown
Brown
(+) Siren Output
1
H3/18
Blue/White
Blue/White
No Connection
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2
2
2
1
1
2
MC501 harness (H4), 8 thick-gauge wires (optional)
Conn./Pin
Color
Description
H4/1
Pink/White
(+) Ignition 2/Flex Relay Output
H4/2
Red/White
(+) Fused (30A) Ignition 2/Flex Relay Input
H4/3
Pink
(+) Ignition Output (Also Input to Yellow in Ribbon Cable)
H4/4
Red
(+) 12 Volt (Battery) Input
H4/5
Orange
(+) Accessory Output
H4/6
Red
(+) 12 Volt (Battery) Input
H4/7
Green
Starter Input (From Key Switch)
H4/8
Violet
(+) Starter Output (To Starter)
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2.
3.
4.
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4
If these outputs are not used by the firmware, they can be configured by the installer when the module is flashed. Note that they are
low current and a relay may be necessary.
These connections are only required if the corresponding statuses are not supported by the firmware. See "Vehicle application guide"
on page 4 for a list of compatible features.
If these outputs are not used by the firmware, they can be configured by the installer when the module is flashed.
The Green wire is only required for starter kill and antigrind applications.
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Wiring Diagram
Refer to www.directechs.com for more information on vehicle-specific connections.
Violet, pin 2
1
8
9
16
Manual/Auto.
Manual/Auto. Transmission
Transmission Type
Type
2 Bk
MC501
[1] (-)
Hood Input: Gray: 3
[2] (+)
Siren Output: Brown: 17
10: Red: (+) 12V
12 White
(+) Brake Input: Brown/White: 16
18 White
Hood Pin
The Remote Start
Safety Override
Switch MUST be in
the ON position.
4 Red
7 White
(+) Ignition 2/Flex Relay
Output: Pink/White
Remote Start Safety
Override Switch
4 White
3 Wh
(+) Fused (30A) Ignition 2/
Flex Relay Input: Red/White
Prog.
Prog.
Button
Button
6 Green
(+) 12V Input: Red
(+) Ignition Output (also input
to Yellow wire in ribbon
cable): Pink
7 White
Go to
www.directechs.com
for more information
on vehicle-specific
wiring connections.
J1850: Violet/Yellow: 16
4 White
(+) 12V Input: Red
(+) Accessory Output: Orange
8 thick-gauge wires
Starter Input (from
key switch): Green
16 Black
(+) Starter Output
(to starter): Violet
Diagnostic Connector OBDII
(connector side view)
(+) 12V
9: Black: (-) Ground
2 & 8: White/Brown: Parking Light Input
1 & 7: White: Parking Light Output
Siren
2 Wh
While there are 2 possible versions of wiring harnesses, this diagram uses the CURRENT harness. Refer to the Wiring connections section for more information.
installation of an aftermarket hood pin is only required on vehicles that are not equipped with a factory hood pin.
[2] The siren is optional.
[1] The
With the exception of the OBDII diagnostic connector, all adapters are displayed from the wire side (unless specified otherwise).
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Connecting the module
Important!
Before connecting the Directed Digital System, it is important to ensure that the proper feature and function
programming is selected using the configuration wizard. Visit www.xpresskit.com to use the latest version of the
online tool.
To make this selection:
1. Disconnect the main module from any (+)12V power source, then connect it to your computer using the
XKLoader.
2. Open the Internet Explorer browser (version 6.0 and later) and go to www.xpresskit.com; the programming
window will be displayed automatically.
3. Follow the instructions in the pop up window that will be displayed when the module is detected.
Note: If the latest firmware is already loaded, only the feature options will be flashed. Check the Yes box if
you wish to flash the firmware as well.
Once the module is programmed, you can proceed with the instructions below.
Manual or automatic transmission selection
The yellow loop on the Directed Digital System controls which transmission type the unit is configured for. The
state of the loop (uncut or cut) when the main module is powered up will determine which type is selected.
• Uncut (default): Manual transmission.
• Cut: Automatic transmission.
For safety reasons, all Directed Digital Systems are shipped ready to use with a manual transmission (the
yellow loop is untouched). If the loop is cut after power has been applied, it is necessary to cycle power to the
main module (via the white 12-pin main power harness) so the unit will see the state change on the loop and
appropriately configure the transmission type.
Note: Refer to www.directechs.com for more information.
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Optional sensors
Note: The sensor port is only active on hybrid systems.
The
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4-pin sensor port is compatible with a number of different Directed sensors including, but not limited to:
Shock Sensor – 504D
Field Disturbance Sensor – 508D
Ultrasonic Sensor – 509U
Note: In the case of 508D, power and ground must be hardwired to the vehicle – power and ground should
NOT be obtained from the 4-pin sensor port.
Each sensor will have its own instructions, which must be followed for installation and adjustment.
RF kits
An RF kit consists of one or multiple remotes, a Control Center (antenna), and an antenna cable – various
combinations exist. An RF kit allows the vehicle owner to control the system with enhanced range. Two-way
models are available. Please follow the instructions included with the kit for appropriate installation and
programming information.
When flashing the Directed Digital System, make sure to pick the remote you will be using. This way the main
module will have the necessary firmware to interact with the remote and Control Center (antenna) combination.
When used in conjunction with SmartStart
The Directed Digital System main module must be disconnected from any power source before SmartStart can be
connected to it. Failing to do so could damage main module.
To ensure that the D2D communication between the Directed Digital System and SmartStart works properly, one
of the following actions must be executed, depending on the hardware you are using:
• Rev A SmartStart – The brown or blue loop must be cut.
• Rev B SmartStart – The gray wire must be connected to a ground source.
Do NOT connect the SmartStart 2-pin power harness. Power and ground will be provided by the D2D connector
on main module.
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Module programming
Refer to "LED diagnostics and troubleshooting" on page 11 for more information and for troubleshooting
purposes.
To connect the module:
1
Please ensure that the vehicle is in a safe location an cannot
move forward during programming. For vehicles equipped
with a manual transmission, make sure the gearshift lever is
in the neutral position.
Connect all but the
white 12-pin harness
2
Connect all the harnesses to the Directed Digital System,
EXCEPT the white12-pin main power harness.
3
Connect the white12-pin main power harness, and wait until
the LED turns ON solid red.
4
Insert the key into the ignition barrel and turn it to to start the
Key IN
Key IN
Key OUT
vehicle. The LED turns ON solid START
green for 3 seconds,
then
START
shuts OFF.
&
START
Pair
remotes*
Initialize
tachometer
* Your aftermarket remote may differ from the model shown in the illustrations.
Important! If connected to a SmartStart, please ensure that its Gray wire is connected to a ground source or
the D2D communication between the two (2) modules will NOT work.
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Key IN
OFF
Key OUT
Off
N
Solid Green
x3 secs
O
OFF
N
O
&
OFF
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By default, the tachometer is preprogrammed for the vehicle.
For instructions on how to program tach, refer to the Analog
Installation Guide, which can be found on www.xpresskit.
com.
START
N
6
Pair remotes (if applicable). For information on how to pair
a specific remote, please refer to its corresponding owner
documentation, which can be found inside the product
packaging of the complete system or on www.directechs.
com.*
Key IN
START
O
Turn vehicle ignition OFF once the module is successfully
programmed.
Solid
N
OFF
5
&
O
OFF
N
O
OFF
O
N
Must be connected LAST
START
LED diagnostics and troubleshooting
This section provides LED diagnostics and troubleshooting information to guide you through the various stages of
your installation.
Module programming
LED
Description
Troubleshooting
Comment
Solid red
Waiting to begin the
programming
sequence.
Make sure that all the connections are correct
(see
wiring diagram).
Normal operation.
Normal operation.
Solid x3 Secs
Module successfully
programmed.
Troubleshooting
Comment
Diagnostic data bus not detected.
Some features are not supported by SmartStart.
This can be caused by missing wire connections
or module hardware limitation. Refer to the wiring
installation section to check the connections.
External module synchronization
LED
(Flashes red,
red, then
orange) x 10
Description
OBDII feature not
supported.
Active ground when running (status)
LED
Description
Troubleshooting
Comment
Used to ensure the module has received the
remote start message and has enabled the
remote start runtime.
Commands can come from RF, D2D or W2W.
Flashes green
GWR (Status)
command received.
IGNITION ON
command received.
Used to ensure the module received the
ignition command.
START ON command
received.
Used to ensure the module received the start
command.
Flashes red &
orange
Flashes green
quickly
In a W2W install, it will show only if the ignition
input wire is used.
Shutdown codes
LED
Description
Troubleshooting
Comment
Used to check the installation and for
troubleshooting purposes.
Used to check for internal safety operation. Does
not represent an error.
RXT start command not executed.
Module received the command, but the vehicle did
not perform the action.
Run safe shutdown.
Flashes red x 1
Brake shutdown.
Flashes red x 2
Flashes red x 3
No key detected
shutdown.
Start fail.
Flashes red x 5
Stop fail.
Flashes red x 6
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LED
Description
Troubleshooting
Comment
RFTD disabled.
3x OEM Lock Remote Start Activation was
attempted when RFTD feature was disabled.
Activated from Web automatically when using RXT
flash tool or can be done manually. Refer to feature
programing section for more information.
OEM RS disabled.
RXT start not possible when OEM system is
disabled.
Refer to the owner documentation to activate it.
Troubleshooting
Comment
If the bypass module fails to flash, it means
the module did not receive the signal.
Commands can come from RF, D2D or W2W.
Flashes red x 7
Flashes red x 8
External commands
LED
Flashes orange
x1
Flashes orange
x2
Flashes orange
x3
Flashes orange
x4
Flashes orange
x5
12
Description
LOCK command
received.
UNLOCK command
received.
TRUNK command
received.
AUX1 command
received.
AUX2 command
received.
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Module reset
A module reset will only erase the steps perfomed in "Module programming" on page 10. All settings
(firmware) and settings flashed to the module using the web configuration tool will not be affected.
1
2
5th
If required for your installation, connect both black 6-pin and white18-pin
harnesses, as well as the white 7-pin harness to the module. Press and
hold the programming button, then connect the white 12-pin harness to the
module.
Wait 3 seconds until the LED turns ON solid orange then release the
programming button. The LED turns ON solid red.
4th
1st
&
Solid
3rd
2rd
&
Solid
Release
Hard reset
Warning Against Executing a Hard Reset!
A hard reset will revert the flashed firmware back to its default settings. Depending on the installation, some
settings may need to be reconfigured. Connect your module to a computer and use the web configuration tool to
edit its programmable features.
1
2
3
5th
If required for your installation, connect both black16-pin and white18-pin
harnesses, as well as the white 7-pin harness to the module. Press and
hold the programming button, then connect the white 12-pin harness to
the module.
After 3 seconds the LED turns ON solid orange. Keep holding the
programming button until the LED flashes red, then orange slowly.
4th
1st
&
Solid
2rd
&
Hold
Release the programming button. The LED turns ON solid red.
Flashes
&
Release
13
3rd
Solid
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Learning the Tach (not needed with Virtual Tach)
Tach comes preprogrammed, therefore learning is not required; however, it can be readjusted with the following
operations:
1. Start the vehicle using the key.
2. Within 5 seconds, press and hold the Control Center* (antenna) or the main module programming button,
until the LED on the Control Center (antenna) or the main module turns ON soild.
3. Release the button. Tachometer value is now stored in memory.
If the LED does not turn ON solid, find an alternate tach source.
* If the Control Center (antenna) was not included in your kit, the tach can be programmed using the
programming button directly on the main module.
Note: When the tachometer is programmed, the main module automatically enters the Tachometer engine
checking mode.
Initializing Virtual Tach (not needed with hardwired or data tach applications)
To program Virtual Tach:
1. After the install is complete, remote start the engine. The programming operation may require 3 cranks of
the starter before the engine starts and runs. Do not turn off the remote start if this happens, it is a normal
programming operation.
2. Once the engine begins running, let it run for at least 30 seconds.
3. Using the Remote, send the Remote start command to turn remote start off. Virtual Tach is programmed. To
reset Virtual Tach, a module reset must be done.
Note: Virtual Tach cannot be used in Manual Transmission Mode. It is also not recommended for diesel trucks.
Virtual Tach handles disengaging the starter motor during remote starting – it does not address over-rev. If the
customer wants to have the over-rev protection capability, the tach wire or data tach must be used.
Important! After successfully learning Virtual Tach, a small minority of vehicle starters may over crank or under
crank during remote start. Use the VirtualTach Fine tune feature in the configuration wizard to adjust the starter
output time in 50mS increments to compensate for such an occurrence.
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Limited lifetime consumer warranty
Directed Electronics. (“Directed”) promises to the original purchaser to repair or replace (at Directed’s election) with a comparable
reconditioned model any Directed unit (hereafter the “unit”), excluding without limitation the siren, the remote transmitters, the associated
sensors and accessories, which proves to be defective in workmanship or material under reasonable use during the lifetime of the vehicle
provided the following conditions are met: the unit was purchased from an authorized Directed dealer, the unit was professionally installed
and serviced by an authorized Directed dealer; the unit will be professionally reinstalled in the vehicle in which it was originally installed by
an authorized Directed dealer; and the unit is returned to Directed, shipping prepaid with a legible copy of the bill of sale or other dated
proof of purchase bearing the following information: consumer’s name, telephone number and address; the authorized dealers name,
telephone number and address; complete product description, including accessories; the year, make and model of the vehicle; vehicle
license number and vehicle identification number. All components other than the unit, including without limitation the siren, the remote
transmitters and the associated sensors and accessories, carry a one-year warranty from the date of purchase of the same. ALL PRODUCTS
RECEIVED BY DIRECTED FOR WARRANTY REPAIR WITHOUT PROOF OF PURCHASE FROM AN AUTHORIZED DEALER WILL BE DENIED.
This warranty is non-transferable and is automatically void if: the unit’s date code or serial number is defaced, missing or altered; the unit has
been modified or used in a manner contrary to its intended purpose; the unit has been damaged by accident, unreasonable use, neglect,
improper service, installation or other causes not arising out of defects in materials or construction. The warranty does not cover damage to
the unit caused by installation or removal of the unit. Directed, in its sole discretion, will determine what constitutes excessive damage and
may refuse the return of any unit with excessive damage.
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, ALL WARRANTIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO EXPRESS WARRANTY, IMPLIED
WARRANTY, WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND WARRANTY OF NON-INFRINGEMENT 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 DISCLAIMS AND
HAS ABSOLUTELY NO LIABILITY FOR ANY AND ALL ACTS OF THIRD PARTIES INCLUDING ITS AUTHORIZED DEALERS OR INSTALLERS.
DIRECTED SECURITY SYSTEMS, INCLUDING THIS UNIT, ARE DETERRENTS AGAINST POSSIBLE THEFT. DIRECTED IS NOT OFFERING A
GUARANTEE OR INSURANCE AGAINST VANDALISM, DAMAGE OR THEFT OF THE AUTOMOBILE, ITS PARTS OR CONTENTS; AND
HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY LIABILITY WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, LIABILITY FOR THEFT, DAMAGE
AND/OR VANDALISM. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER LABOR COSTS FOR MAINTENANCE, REMOVAL OR REINSTALLATION OF
THE UNIT OR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND. IN THE EVENT OF A CLAIM OR A DISPUTE INVOLVING DIRECTED
OR ITS SUBSIDIARY, THE 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 UNIT. DIRECTED SHALL
NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, DAMAGE TO VEHICLE, 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 THE CONTROL MODULE SUBJECT TO THE CONDITIONS AS DESCRIBED HEREIN. THIS
WARRANTY IS VOID IF THE UNIT HAS NOT BEEN PURCHASED FROM DIRECTED, OR AN AUTHORIZED DIRECTED DEALER, OR IF THE
UNIT HAS BEEN DAMAGED BY ACCIDENT, UNREASONABLE USE, NEGLIGENCE, ACTS OF GOD, NEGLECT, IMPROPER SERVICE, OR
OTHER CAUSES NOT ARISING OUT OF DEFECT IN MATERIALS OR CONSTRUCTION.
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.
This warranty is only valid for sale of product(s) within the United States of America and in Canada. Product(s) sold outside of the United
States of America or Canada are sold “AS-IS” and shall have NO WARRANTY, express or implied.
For further details relating to warranty information of Directed products, please visit the support section of Directed’s website at: www.
directed.com.
This product may be covered by a Guaranteed Protection Plan (“GPP”). See your authorized Directed dealer for details of the plan or call
Directed Customer Service at 1-800-876-0800.
(920-10011-01 2011-06)
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Quick Reference Guide – Viper, Clifford, Python, Avital & Automate
Vehicle takeover with regular key
Apply the emergency brake.
Apply
emergency
brake
Key IN
6
Turn ignition OFF and remove the key from the
ignition barrel.
7
Exit the vehicle.
8
Press any
button*
Parking lights flash x5
Key OUT
OFF
&
Note: If the parking lights do not flash 5 times, you
have not entered manual transmission mode and will
need to repeat steps 1 to 5.
N
* Your aftermarket remote may differ from the model shown in the illustrations.
Key IN
Press
on the transmitter.*
START any button START
STARTThe parking
lights flash 5 times confirming that the remote start
feature is active.
O
5
Release
brake
pedal
Warning! Depressing the brake pedal again after this
step will disable the remote start feature.
OFF
Key IN
START
Ready to
drive off
Depress
brake
pedal
O
N
Depress the brake pedal, put the car in gear and
drive off.
OFF
4
Key OUT
3
4
O
N
Enter the vehicle, and turn the key into ON
position.
Depress the vehicle’s foot brake.
Put
gear in
Neutral
Release the vehicle’s foot brake.
Complete the following steps within 45 seconds or the vehicle will shut
down.
3
2
OFF
Press Unlock on
either remote*
OR
While the vehicle is running, put the gear in
Neutral (N).
O
N
Press the Unlock button on the factory or
aftermarket remote.*
Press Remote
Start button*
1
OFF
2
Close the vehicle doors, hood and trunk, then
press the Remote Start button on the transmitter to
start the vehicle.*
O
N
1
Manual transmission ready mode
START
Exit vehicle
Press the Lock button on the factory or aftermarket
remote.*
The vehicle engine will shut Off after locking
the system.
Press Lock on
either remote*
OR
* Your aftermarket remote may differ from the model shown in the illustrations.
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Key IN
Pit stop mode
Stop the vehicle in a safe parking spot and put the
gear in Park (P). For a manual transmission vehicle,
open the driver door.
This system is compatible with Directed SmartStart 3.0. For a complete list of
supported features, please visit www.mysmartstart.com.
Put
gear in
Park
What is SmartStart?
4
START
It is safe to leave the engine running and exit the
vehicle with the key in hand.
Note: We recommend that you always lock the doors
of your vehicle when leaving it unattended.
Exit vehicle
with remote
* Your aftermarket remote may differ from the model shown in the illustrations.
List of available commands
Note that the information below is for Viper, Clifford and Python models. Icons and
commands may differ depending on the remote brand and model purchased. Refer
to your authorized installation center for more information.
Button(s)
Actions
OFF
O
N
Key OUT
OFF
Turn ignition OFF and remove the key from the
ignition barrel.
Parking lights flash x1
Now you can remote start, lock and unlock your car just by pushing a button on your
smartphone; using the SmartStart App from Directed, the leader in vehicle security
and remote start. The simple graphical interface gives you control over the following
features of your installed remote start or security with remote start system:
• Lock/Arm
Key IN
Key IN
Key IN
• Unlock/Disarm
START
START
START
• Remote Car Starter
• Trunk Release
• Panic
• Aux Channels
O
N
Press Remote
Start button*
OFF
3
The parking lights will flash once to indicate the
vehicle is now in Pit Stop Mode.
O
N
2
&
OFF
Press the Remote Start button on the transmitter.*
O
N
1
SmartStart compatible
You can also control multiple vehicles – great for families – and assign more than
one user to control a vehicle. It's easy with SmartStart! But, this is only the beginning!
SmartStart is loaded with additional features including GPS tracking, SmartSchedule,
vehicle status, roadside assistance, home control, parked car finder and more.
3.0 enables a "Cloud-Connected Car" like never before, providing an entirely new
level of 2-way interaction with your vehicle. Connectivity is managed through the
Directed Cloud Services (DCS) network linking car, app, end user, and the Internet.
For more information, visit www.mysmartstart.com.
Press & hold for 1 second to lock.
Press & hold for 1 second to unlock.
Press & hold for 1 second to remote start.
Press & hold for 5 seconds to activate the trunk release (optional).
* This output is configurable. see your authorized installation center for more information.
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Quick Reference Guide – Autostart
Manual transmission ready/idle mode sequence
Vehicle takeover with regular key
1
While the vehicle is running, put the gear in
Neutral (N).
2
Depress the vehicle’s foot brake.
OR
3
Apply the emergency brake, then release the vehicle's
foot brake.
4
START
Key IN
OFF
Key IN
START
Within 10 seconds, press any button on the
transmitter.*
14:36
Press any
button*
The parking lights flash 5 times confirming that the
remote start feature is active.
Note: If the parking lights do not flash 5 times, you
have not entered manual transmission sequence and
will need to repeat steps 1 to 5.
6
Turn ignition OFF and remove the key from the
ignition barrel.
7
Exit the vehicle.
8
Press the:
• Lock button on the factory or aftermarket remote*
to shut the vehicle Off and lock the doors.
• Trunk button on the aftermarket remote only to
lock the doors and enter idle mode.
Parking lights flash x5
Key OUT
START
Exit vehicle
OR
14:36
Press Lock to shut vehicle Off
or Trunk (aftermarket remote
only) to enter idle mode
* Your aftermarket remote may differ from the model shown in the illustrations.
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Key IN
OFF
5
OFF
* Your aftermarket remote may differ from the model shown in the illustrations.
O
N
Ready to
drive off
Release
brake pedal
Warning! Depressing the brake pedal again after this
step will disable the remote start feature.
START
START
&
N
Key IN
OFF
4
Depress the brake pedal, put the car in gear and
drive off.
Key OUT
OFF
Enter the vehicle, and turn the key into ON
position.
O
3
N
Complete the following steps within 45 seconds or the vehicle will shut down.
Apply emergency
brake x1 OR 2
O
14:36
OFF
OR
N
Press Unlock on
either remote*
O
Press the Unlock button on the factory or
aftermarket remote.*
Depress
brake
pedal
Apply the emergency brake twice (2), then release
the vehicle's foot brake and skip to step 5.
Press Remote
Start button*
N
2
14:36
O
1
Close the vehicle doors, hood and trunk, then
press the Remote Start button on the transmitter to
start the vehicle.*
Put
gear in
Neutral
Idle mode (automatic transmission only)
Stop the vehicle in a safe parking spot and put the
gear in Park (P).
This system is compatible with Directed SmartStart 3.0. For a complete list of
supported features, please visit www.mysmartstart.com.
Put
gear in
Park
What is SmartStart?
4
START
It is safe to leave the engine running and exit the
vehicle with the key in hand.
Note: We recommend that you always lock the doors
of your vehicle when leaving it unattended.
Exit vehicle
with remote
* Your aftermarket remote may differ from the model shown in the illustrations.
List of available commands
Note that the information below is for Viper, Clifford and Python models. Icons and
commands may differ depending on the remote brand and model purchased. Refer
to your authorized installation center for more information.
Button(s)
Actions
OFF
Key OUT
O
N
Turn ignition OFF and remove the key from the
ignition barrel.
Now you can remote start, lock and unlock your car just by pushing a button on your
smartphone; using the SmartStart App from Directed, the leader in vehicle security
and remote start. The simple graphical interface gives you control over the following
features of your installed remote start or security with remote start system:
Key IN
Key IN
• Lock/ArmKey IN
START
START
START
• Unlock/Disarm
• Remote Car Starter
• Trunk Release
• Panic
• Aux Channels
OFF
Press Remote
Start button*
Parking lights flash x1
O
N
&
OFF
3
The parking lights will flash once to indicate the
vehicle is now in Idle Mode.
O
N
2
14:36
OFF
Press the Remote Start button on the transmitter.*
O
N
1
SmartStart compatible
You can also control multiple vehicles – great for families – and assign more than
one user to control a vehicle. It's easy with SmartStart! But, this is only the beginning!
SmartStart is loaded with additional features including GPS tracking, SmartSchedule,
vehicle status, roadside assistance, home control, parked car finder and more.
3.0 enables a "Cloud-Connected Car" like never before, providing an entirely new
level of 2-way interaction with your vehicle. Connectivity is managed through the
Directed Cloud Services (DCS) network linking car, app, end user, and the Internet.
For more information, visit www.mysmartstart.com.
Press & hold for 1 second to lock.
Press & hold for 1 second to unlock.
Press & hold for 1 second to remote start.
Press & hold for 5 seconds to activate the trunk release (optional).
* This output is configurable. see your authorized installation center for more information.
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Directed Digital System
Analog Mode
(Non Digital Install Type)
Installation Guide
Viper, Clifford, Python, Avital & Automate
This product is intended for installation by a professional
installer only! Attempts to install this product by a person
other than a trained professional may result in severe
damage to a vehicle’s electrical system and components.
© 2014 Directed, Vista, CA
Directed Digital System 2014-07
Contents
Warning! Safety first........................................................................................................................ 3
Introduction..................................................................................................................................... 4
System compatibilities................................................................................................................. 4
What you get............................................................................................................................ 4
Main module connections................................................................................................................. 5
Wiring connections.......................................................................................................................... 6
Main power harness (H1), 12-pin thick gauge connector................................................................ 6
Auxiliary output harness (H2), 16-pin black connector ................................................................... 6
Analog harness (H3), 18-pin white connector ............................................................................... 7
MC501 harness (H4), 8 thick-gauge wires (sold separately)............................................................ 7
Wiring diagram............................................................................................................................... 8
Connecting the module..................................................................................................................... 9
Important!................................................................................................................................. 9
Manual or automatic transmission selection................................................................................... 9
Optional sensor descriptions...................................................................................................... 10
When used in conjunction with SmartStart................................................................................... 10
LED diagnostics and troubleshooting........................................................................................... 11
Module programming............................................................................................................... 12
Programmable features................................................................................................................... 12
Learning the Tach (not needed with Virtual Tach)................................................................................ 12
Initializing Virtual Tach (not needed with hardwired tach applications).................................................. 13
Remote start shutdown/startup diagnostics ....................................................................................... 13
Remote management...................................................................................................................... 14
Long-term event history (hybrid systems only)..................................................................................... 14
Table of zones (hybrid systems only)................................................................................................. 14
Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................. 15
Glossary of terms........................................................................................................................... 17
Limited lifetime consumer warranty................................................................................................... 18
Quick Reference Guide................................................................................................................... 19
Warning! Safety first
The following safety warnings must be observed at all times:
• Due to the complexity of this system, installation of this product must only be performed by an authorized
Directed dealer.
• When properly installed, this system can start the vehicle via a command signal from the remote control.
Therefore, never operate the system in an area that does not have adequate ventilation.
The
•
•
•
following precautions are the sole responsibility of the user; however, authorized Directed dealers should:
Never use a test light or logic probe when installing this unit. Always use a multimeter.
Never operate the system in an enclosed or partially enclosed area without ventilation (such as a garage).
When parking in an enclosed or partially enclosed area or when having the vehicle serviced, the
remote start system must be disabled using the installed toggle switch. It is the user’s sole responsibility to
properly handle and keep out of reach from children all remote controls to assure that the system does not
unintentionally remote start the vehicle.
• USER MUST INSTALL A CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR IN OR ABOUT THE LIVING AREA ADJACENT
TO THE VEHICLE. ALL DOORS LEADING FROM ADJACENT LIVING AREAS TO THE ENCLOSED OR
PARTIALLY ENCLOSED VEHICLE STORAGE AREA MUST REMAIN CLOSED AT ALL TIMES.
Use of this product in a manner contrary to its intended mode of operation may result in property damage,
personal injury, or death. Except when performing the Safety Check outlined in this installation guide, (1) Never
remotely start the vehicle with the vehicle in gear, and (2) Never remotely start the vehicle with the keys in the
ignition. The user is responsible for having the neutral safety feature of the vehicle periodically checked, wherein
the vehicle must not remotely start while the car is in gear. This testing should be performed by an authorized
Directed dealer in accordance with the Safety Check outlined in this product installation guide. If the vehicle
starts in gear, cease remote start operation immediately and consult with the user to fix the problem immediately.
OPERATION OF THE REMOTE START MODULE IF THE VEHICLE STARTS IN GEAR IS CONTRARY TO ITS
INTENDED MODE OF OPERATION. OPERATING THE REMOTE START SYSTEM UNDER THESE CONDITIONS
MAY RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE OR PERSONAL INJURY. IMMEDIATELY CEASE THE USE OF THE UNIT
AND REPAIR OR DISCONNECT THE INSTALLED REMOTE START MODULE. DIRECTED WILL NOT BE HELD
RESPONSIBLE OR PAY FOR INSTALLATION OR REINSTALLATION COSTS.
Remote starters for manual transmission pose significant risks if not properly installed and operated. When testing
to ensure the installation is working properly, only remote start the vehicle in neutral gear, on a flat surface and
with a functional, fully engaged parking brake. Do not allow anyone to stand in front of or behind the vehicle.
This product should not be installed in any convertible vehicles, soft or hard top with a manual transmission.
Installation in such vehicles may pose certain risk.
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Introduction
The Directed Digital System is a complete solution for remote start, security (if applicable),
bypass interface, and convenience. This guide provides information on the installation of the
module as an analog unit. If you would prefer using this system as a digital solution, go to
www.xpresskit.com and search for the make, model and year of the vehicle. This will allow
you to find the proper firmware and corresponding installation guide.
Warning! This module can only be programmed via the web tool, which can be found on www.xpresskit.
com or using the Directechs Mobile application for smartphones. Features and functions will become accessible
when you connect the module using the XKLoader.
System compatibilities
For further information on the products listed below, refer to the corresponding documentation.
Product
Description
SmartStart
Remote start, lock and unlock your car by only pushing a button on your smartphone; using the simple
graphical interface of the Directed SmartStart App.
SmartStart BLUETOOTH®
Access and remote start your vehicle using the Bluetooth® technology from your smartphone, with the simple
graphical interface of the Directed SmartStart App.
Passive Keyless Entry (PKE)
Unlock your vehicle doors simply by walking up to the vehicle, or walking away to lock. It can be installed in
combination with any Directed or Autostart remote start by connecting to the D2D port – with no additional
wires to connect.
RF kits
An RF kit consists of one or multiple remotes, a Control Center (antenna), and an antenna cable – various
combinations exist. An RF kit allows the vehicle owner to control the system with enhanced range. Two-way
models are available. Please follow the instructions included with the kit for appropriate installation and
programming information. When flashing the Directed Digital System, make sure to pick the remote you
will be using. This way the module will have the necessary firmware to interact with the remote and Control
Center (antenna) combination.
What you get
Welcome to the best generation of security and remote start. Your system contains everything you need to get
started.
•
•
•
•
•
4X10/5X10 main module.
Main and secondary harness kits.
Output harness.
Safety kit (hood pin).
Introduction guide.
Note: Depending on the system you have purchased, it may be equipped with an RF kit, a siren or a shock
sensor.
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Main module connections
Programming Button
Optional
(Used to reset the firmware programming)
Manual/Auto Transmission Type Selector
Uncut: Manual Type - Cut: Automatic Type
(See Connecting the module section)
Prog.
Prog.
Button
Button
6 Green
16 Black
Auxiliary Output Harness (H2)
16 pins, Black
Control
Center
Manual/Auto.
Manual/Auto. Transmission
Transmission Type
Type
2 Bk
18 White
Transponder RF Loop
2 pins, White
2 Wh
Security Sensor Port
4 pins, Red
Only with hybrid units
12 White
7 White
Analog Harness (H3)
18 pins, White
Remote Start Safety
Override Switch
2 pins, Black
SmartStart/XKLoader Port
4 pins, White
4 Red
3 Wh
Satellite Relay Harness
7 pins, White
4 White
Future Use
3 pins, White
RF Harness
6 pins, Green
Main Power
Harness (H1)
12 pins, White
NOT included
4 White
8 thick-gauge wires
7 White
MC501
Main Ignition Harness (H4)
8 thick-gauge wires
The XKLoader is required
to program the unit. It
must be disconnected at
the time of installation.
Sold separately
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Wiring connections
Your module may come with one of two versions of wiring harnesses. It is clearly indicated in the following
tables which harnesses and wire colors can be different in your installation.
The wiring connections listed below are generic to this firwmare.
Main power harness (H1), 12-pin thick gauge connector
Conn./Pin
Color
Description
H1/1
White
Relay 3 COM – Parking Light Output
H1/2
White/Brown
Relay 3 N.O. – Parking Light Input
H1/3
Brown/Red
Relay 2 N.O.
1
H1/4
Yellow/Red
Relay 2 COM
1
H1/5
Orange/Red
Relay 2 N.C.
H1/6
Yellow
Relay 1 COM
H1/7
White
Relay 3 COM – Parking Light Output
H1/8
1
1
1
1
White/Brown
Relay 3 N.O. – Parking Light Input
H1/9
Black
(-) Ground
H1/10
Red
(+) 12 Volt (Battery)
H1/11
Orange/Yellow
Relay 1 N.C.
1
H1/12
Brown
Relay 1 N.O.
1
1
1
Auxiliary output harness (H2), 16-pin black connector
Your module may come with one of two versions of wiring harnesses. The column in red is for old wire
colors, and the rows with italicized text indicate where differences may occur.
Conn./Pin
Color (CURRENT Harness) Color (OLD Harness)
Description
H2/1
Violet/Brown
Violet/Brown
No Connection
H2/2
Yellow/Black
Yellow/Black
No Connection
H2/3
Orange/Black
Orange/Black
No Connection
H2/4
Tan
Tan
No Connection
H2/5
Tan/Black
Tan/Black
No Connection
H2/6
Light Green
Light Green
No Connection
H2/7
Orange/Green
Orange/Green
No Connection
H2/8
Orange/Brown
Orange/Brown
No Connection
H2/9
Violet/Green
Violet/Green
No Connection
H2/10
Green/Black
Lt. Green/White
(-) Factory Alarm Arm Output 2
H2/11
White/Violet
White/Violet
(-) Aux 1 Output
H2/12
White/Red
White/Red
(+) Aux 1 Output
H2/13
Lt. Blue/Black
Lt. Green/Black
(-) Factory Alarm Disarm Output 2
H2/14
Green/Red
Green/Red
(+) Aux 4 Output
H2/15
N/A
Violet/Red
No Connection
H2/16
Violet/Yellow
Violet/Yellow
No Connection
1.
2.
6
2
2
2
These outputs are configurable by the installer when the module is flashed.
These outputs are configurable by the installer when the module is flashed. Note that they are low current and a relay may be
necessary.
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Analog harness (H3), 18-pin white connector
Your module may come with one of two versions of wiring harnesses. The column in red is for old wire
colors, and the rows with italicized text indicate where differences may occur.
Conn./Pin
Color (CURRENT Harness) Color (OLD Harness)
Description
H3/1
Lt. Blue/Red
Lt. Blue/Red
No Connection
H3/2
Black/White
White/Black
(-) Parking Brake Input (Manual Transmission) 2
H3/3
Gray
Gray
(-) Hood Input
2
H3/4
N/A
Black/White
No Connection
H3/5
Gray/Black
Gray/Black
(+) Glow Plug Input
H3/6
Violet/White
Violet/White
AC Tach Input
H3/7
Dark Blue
Dark Blue
(-) Unlock Output
H3/8
Brown/Black
Brown/Black
(-) Horn Output
H3/9
Red/White
Red/White
(-) Trunk Release Output
H3/10
White/Green
Green/Gray
(-) Door Trigger Input
H3/11
Yellow/Green
Violet/Gray
(+) Door Trigger Input 2
H3/12
Blue/Red
Blue/Red
No Connection
H3/13
Light Blue
Light Blue
(-) Trunk Trigger Input
H3/14
Pink/Yellow
Blue/Black
No Connection 1
H3/15
Dark Green
Dark Green
(-) Lock Output
H3/16
Brown/White
Light Brown
(+) Brake Input 2
H3/17
Brown
Brown
(+) Siren Output
H3/18
Blue/White
Blue/White
(-) Ground When Running (Status) Output1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
MC501 harness (H4), 8 thick-gauge wires (sold separately)
Conn./Pin
Color
Description
H4/1
Pink/White
(+) Ignition 2/Flex Relay Output
2
H4/2
Red/White
(+) Fused (30A) Ignition 2/Flex Relay Input
H4/3
Pink
(+) Ignition Output (Also Input to Yellow in Ribbon Cable)
H4/4
Red
(+) 12 Volt (Battery) Input
H4/5
Orange
(+) Accessory Output
H4/6
Red
(+) 12 Volt (Battery) Input
H4/7
Green
Starter Input (From Key Switch)
H4/8
Violet
(+) Starter Output (To Starter)
1.
2.
3.
4.
7
3
If these outputs are not used by the firmware, they can be configured by the installer when the module is flashed. Note that they are
low current and a relay may be necessary.
These connections are only required if the corresponding statuses are not supported by the firmware.
If these outputs are not used by the firmware, they can be configured by the installer when the module is flashed.
The Green wire is only required for starter kill and antigrind applications.
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Wiring diagram
The diagram below lists the wires that are common to most of the vehicle installations.
While there are 2 possible versions of wiring harnesses, this diagram uses the CURRENT harness. Refer to the Wiring
connections section for more information.
Manual/Auto.
Manual/Auto. Transmission
Transmission Type
Type
6 Green
16 Black
(-) Factory Alarm Arm Output: Green/Black: 10
(-) Factory Alarm Disarm Output: Lt. Blue/Black: 13
Prog.
Prog.
Button
Button
2 Bk
12 White
Pink/White: (+) Ignition 2/Flex Relay Output
MC501
4 White
(sold separately)
8 thick-gauge wires
7 White
8
10: Red: (+) 12V
9: Black: (-) Ground
8: White/Brown: Relay 3 N.O. - Parking Light Input
7: White: Relay 3 COM - Parking Light Output
2: White/Brown: Relay 3 N.O. - Parking Light Input
1: White: Relay 3 COM - Parking Light Output
2 Wh
[1] The
4 Red
18 White
(+) Ignition Output: Yellow: 1
(-) Starter Input: Violet: 2
(-) Ignition Input: Pink: 3
(-) Accessory Input: Orange: 4
(-) Ignition 2 Input: Pink/White: 5
(-) Ground When Armed: Orange/Black: 6
No Connection: 7
7 White
(-) Parking Brake Input (Manual Trans.): Black/White: 2
(-) Hood Input: Gray: 3
(+) Glow Plug Input: Gray/Black: 5
AC Tach Input: Violet/White: 6
(-) Unlock Output: Dk. Blue: 7
(-) Horn Output: Brown/Black: 8
(-) Trunk Release Output: Red/White: 9
(-) Door Input: White/Green: 10
(+) Door Input: Yellow/Green: 11
(-) Lock Output: Dk. Green: 15
(+) Brake Input: Brown/White: 16
(+) Siren Output: Brown: 17
(-) Ground When Running (Status) Output: Blue/White: 18
4 White
3 Wh
(+) Ignition Input: Yellow: 1
(-) Starter Output: Violet: 2
(-) Ignition Output: Pink: 3
(-) Accessory Output: Orange: 4
(-) Ignition 2 Output: Pink/White: 5
(-) Ground When Armed: Orange/Black: 6
Red/White: (+) Fused (30A) Ignition 2/Flex Relay Input
Pink: (+) Ignition Output (also input to Yellow wire in ribbon cable)
Red: (+) 12V Input
Orange: (+) Accessory Output
Red: (+) 12V Input
Green: Starter Input (from key switch) [1]
Violet: (+) Starter Output (to starter)
Green wire is only required for starter kill and antigrind applications.
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Connecting the module
Important!
Before connecting the Directed Digital System, it is important to ensure that the proper feature and function
programming is selected using the configuration wizard. Visit www.xpresskit.com to use the latest version of the
online tool.
To make this selection:
1. Disconnect the main module from any (+)12V power source, then connect it to your computer using the
XKLoader.
2. Open the Internet Explorer browser (version 6.0 and later) and go to www.xpresskit.com; the programming
window will be displayed automatically.
3. Follow the instructions in the pop up window that will be displayed when the module is detected.
Once the module is programmed, you can proceed with the instructions below.
Manual or automatic transmission selection
The yellow loop on the Directed Digital System controls which transmission type the unit is configured for. The
state of the loop (uncut or cut) when the main module is powered up will determine which type is selected.
• Uncut (default): Manual transmission.
• Cut: Automatic transmission.
For safety reasons, all Directed Digital Systems are shipped ready to use with a manual transmission (the yellow
loop is untouched). If the loop is cut after power has been applied, it is necessary to cycle power to the module
(via the white 12-pin main power harness) so the unit will see the state change on the loop and appropriately
configure the transmission type.
Ready mode
To successfully remote start a vehicle equipped with a manual transmission, the Ready Mode feature must be
enabled before exiting the vehicle. Please refer to the Owner’s Guide for more details on this required process.
Additional connections required for vehicles equipped with a manual transmission (if not supported by firmware)
Connection
Description
(-) Emergency Brake Input
(black/white, pin 2)
Must be connected to a working emergency brake in the vehicle. Although most vehicles have simple
(-) trigger emergency brake circuits note some vehicles do not and may require unique integration
methodologies.
(-) Door Input (white/green,
pin 10) OR (+) Door Input
(yellow/green, pin 11)
Must be connected to a working door trigger in the vehicle, which monitors all doors. The unit must monitor
the door pins to allow the Ready Mode process to be enabled.
Note: Some vehicles may require unique integration methodologies for this circuit.
(AC) Tachometer Input
(violet/white, pin 6)
Must be connected to a working tachometer signal in the vehicle (fuel injector, ignition coil, true tach, etc.)
and learned successfully to the Directed Digital System.
Note: Refer to www.directechs.com for more information.
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Optional sensor descriptions
Note: The sensor port is only active on hybrid systems.
The
•
•
•
4-pin sensor port is compatible with a number of different Directed sensors including, but not limited to:
Shock Sensor – 504D
Field Disturbance Sensor – 508D
Ultrasonic Sensor – 509U
Note: In the case of 508D, power and ground must be hardwired to the vehicle – power and ground should
NOT be obtained from the 4-pin sensor port.
Each sensor will have its own instructions, which must be followed for installation and adjustment.
When used in conjunction with SmartStart
The Directed Digital System main module must be disconnected from any power source before SmartStart can be
connected to it. Failing to do so could damage main module.
To ensure that the D2D communication between the Directed Digital System and SmartStart works properly, one
of the following actions must be executed, depending on the hardware you are using:
• Rev A SmartStart – The brown or blue loop must be cut.
• Rev B SmartStart – The gray wire must be connected to a ground source.
Do NOT connect the SmartStart 2-pin power harness. Power and ground will be provided by the D2D connector
on main module.
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LED diagnostics and troubleshooting
This section provides LED diagnostics and troubleshooting information to guide you through the various stages of
your installation.
Shutdown codes
LED
Description
Troubleshooting
Comment
Used to check the installation and for
troubleshooting purposes.
Used to check for internal safety operation. Does
not represent an error.
Description
Troubleshooting
Comment
GWR (Status)
command received.
Used to ensure the module has received the
remote start message and has enabled the
remote start runtime.
Commands can come from RF, D2D or W2W.
IGNITION ON
command received.
Used to ensure the module received the
ignition command.
START ON command
received.
Used to ensure the module received the start
command.
Run safe shutdown.
Flashes red x 1
Brake shutdown.
Flashes red x 2
Flashes red x 3
No key detected
shutdown.
Speed detected.
Flashes red x 4
Active ground when running (status)
LED
Flashes green
Flashes red &
orange
Flashes green
quickly
In a W2W install, it will show only if the ignition
input wire is used.
External commands
LED
Flashes orange
x1
Flashes orange
x2
Flashes orange
x3
Flashes orange
x4
Flashes orange
x5
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Description
Troubleshooting
Comment
If the bypass module fails to flash, it means
the module did not receive the signal.
Commands can come from RF, D2D or W2W.
LOCK command
received.
UNLOCK command
received.
TRUNK command
received.
AUX1 command
received.
AUX2 command
received.
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Hard reset
Warning Against Executing a Hard Reset!
A hard reset will revert the flashed firmware back to its default settings. Depending on the installation, some
settings may have to be reconfigured. See "Programmable features" on page 12 for more information.
1
2
3
5th
If required for your installation, connect both black and white 16-pin
harnesses, as well as the white 7-pin harness to the module. Press and
hold the programming button, then connect the white 12-pin harness to
the module.
After 3 seconds the LED turns ON solid orange. Keep holding the
programming button until the LED flashes red, then orange slowly.
4
th
1st
&
Solid
3rd
2rd
&
Hold
Release the programming button. The LED turns ON solid red.
Flashes
&
Release
Solid
Module programming
Module programming is only required when the Directed Digital System is used as a digital solution with a
specific vehicle make, model and year. Go to www.xpresskit.com for more information.
Programmable features
The following requirements are mandatory for the successful configuration of the programmable features:
• XKLoader module.
• XpressVIP application (version 4.5 or higher).
• Web connection.
Features can only be programmed via the web tool, which can be found on www.xpresskit.com or using the
Directechs Mobile application for smart phones. They will become accessible when you connect the Directed
Digital System via the XKLoader module.
Learning the Tach (not needed with Virtual Tach)
To learn the Tach:
1. Start the vehicle using the key.
2. Within 5 seconds, press and hold the Control Center* (antenna) or the main module programming button,
until the LED on the Control Center (antenna) or the main module turns ON soild.
3. Release the button. Tachometer value is now stored in memory.
If the LED does not turn ON solid, find an alternate tach source.
* If the Control Center (antenna) was not included in your kit, the tach can be programmed using the
programming button directly on the module.
Note: When the tachometer is programmed, the main unit automatically enters the Tachometer engine checking
mode.
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Initializing Virtual Tach (not needed with hardwired tach applications)
To program Virtual Tach:
1. After the install is complete, remote start the engine. The programming operation may require 3 cranks of
the starter before the engine starts and runs. Do not turn off the remote start if this happens, it is a normal
programming operation.
2. Once the engine begins running, let it run for at least 30 seconds.
3. Using the Remote, send the Remote start command to turn remote start off. Virtual Tach is programmed. To
reset Virtual Tach, a module reset must be done.
Note: Virtual Tach cannot be used in Manual Transmission Mode. It is also not recommended for diesel trucks.
Virtual Tach handles disengaging the starter motor during remote starting – it does not address over-rev. If the
customer wants to have the over-rev protection capability, the tach wire or data tach must be used.
Important! After successfully learning Virtual Tach, a small minority of vehicle starters may over crank or under
crank during remote start. Use the VirtualTach Fine tune feature in the configuration wizard to adjust the starter
output time in 50mS increments to compensate for such an occurrence.
Remote start shutdown/startup diagnostics
Shutdown diagnostics: If the remote start activates but fails to stay running, the remote start module has the
ability to inform you of what may have caused the failure. Before performing shutdown diagnostics it is important
that you let the remote start shut off on its own (i.e. let it attempt to start 3 times then shut down), if this is not done
the unit will report the shutdown you used to shut off the remote start.
Note: Shutdown diagnostics does not report if the vehicles factory immobilizer is causing the problem.
To perform shutdown diagnostics:
1. With the ignition Off, press and hold the Control button (on the Control Center/antenna).
2. Turn the ignition On and then back Off while holding the Control button.
3. Release the Control button.
4. Press and release the Control button. The status LED flashes to report the last shutdown for one minute (or until
the ignition is turned on) , as shown in the following table:
Status LED
Flashes
Shutdown Mode
1
Runtime expired.
2
Over-rev shutdown.
3
Low or no RPM.
4
Transmitter shutdown (or optional push button).
5
(+) Brake shutdown.
6
(-) Hood shutdown
7
Time mode/Turbo mode/Manual mode error.1
8
N/A
9
Low battery (voltage mode).
13
10
Alarm triggered.2
11
Wait-to-start input timed out.
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Startup Diagnostics: If the vehicle fails to activate the remote start, the module will notify you via your remote
control, and will flash the parking lights on the vehicle to notify you of what caused the no-start situation.
Parking Light
Flashes
1.
Definition
5
Brake wire is active.
6
Hood pin wire is active.
7
Manual transmission mode is enabled and not initialized.
8
Remote start safety override wire is not connected to ground or the remote start safety override switch is off.
Time mode error: Ignition is on or shutdown input is active when activating timer mode.
Turbo mode error: Turbo mode is programmed off, engine is not on or shutdown input is active.
Manual mode error: Manual Transmission Mode not enabled.
Alarm was triggered during remote start sequence.
2.
Remote management
For information on how to pair a specific remote or how to reset/delete from the memory, please refer to its
corresponding owner documentation, which can be found inside the product packaging of the RF kit.
Long-term event history (hybrid systems only)
The system stores the last two full alarm triggers in memory. Each new trigger is added to the history while the
oldest are deleted. Trigger history is reported in order of newest to oldest. To access long term event history:
1. With the ignition Off, press and hold the Control button (on the Control Center/antenna).
2. Turn the ignition On.
3. Release the Control button.
4. Within 5 seconds, press and release the Control button. The status LED flashes in groups indicating the
triggered zones for 1 minute or until the ignition is turned off. Refer to table of zones.
Note: The Warn Away triggers are not stored to memory and are not reported.
Table of zones (hybrid systems only)
A zone is represented by the number of status LED flashes used by the system to identify a particular type of input.
Zone
Description
1
Trunk trigger.
2
External sensor trigger.
3
Door trigger.
4
Not used.
5
Ignition on trigger.
6
Hood trigger.
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Troubleshooting
Alarm
Issue
Troubleshooting
Shock sensor doesn’t trigger the alarm.
Has the Nuisance Prevention Circuitry® (NPC) system been triggered? If so, you hear 5 chirps
when disarming. To check this, turn the ignition key on and off to clear the NPC® memory, and
then retest the shock sensor.
Door input does not immediately
trigger full alarm.
This is a normal operation to allow the user time to disarm before a constant siren output in case
of an accidental door trigger.
Closing the door triggers the system,
but opening the door does not.
Have you correctly identified the type of door switch system? This happens often when the wrong
door input has been used.
Door input does not respond with the
progressive trigger, but with immediate
full alarm.
Does the Status LED indicate that the trigger was caused by the shock sensor? (See "Table of
zones (hybrid systems only)" section of this guide.) The shock sensor, if set to extreme sensitivity,
may be detecting the door unlatching before the door switch sends its signal. Reducing the
sensitivity can solve this problem.
Door locks operate backwards.
This unit has easily-reversed lock/unlock outputs. Recheck wire connections to see if you have
reversed these.
Remote start
Issue
Troubleshooting
The remote start will not
remote start the vehicle
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
The remote start will
activate, but the starter
never engages.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
The vehicle starts, but
immediately dies.
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Check remote startup diagnostics.
Is the remote start safety override switch installed and turned on?
If the vehicle has an automatic transmission, make sure the remote start is programmed for Automatic
Transmission mode.
Is the remote programmed to the system?
Check the harnesses and their connections. Make sure that the harnesses are completely plugged into
the remote start module. Make sure there are good connections to the vehicle wiring.
Check voltage and fuses on all wires and harnesses with fuse holders.
Check for voltage on the starter output wire two seconds after the remote start becomes active. If there is
voltage present, skip to Step 8. If there is not voltage present, advance to Step 2.
Check all fuses.
If the wait-to-start wire is detecting ground upon activation, the starter will not crank.
Is the tach wire connected? If so disconnect it and remote start the vehicle to see if the starter output wire
sends out voltage. If you get voltage you will need to go to an alternate tach source, the tach wire you
are currently on has a voltage spike upon ignition power up which can cause the remote start to not
send out the crank voltage.
If this is a manual transmission vehicle, the clutch will need to be bypassed (see tech tip # 10000 at
www.directechs.com).
Make sure the starter output wire is connected on the starter side of any optional starter kill/anti-grind
relay.
Does the vehicle have an immobilizer? Some immobilizer systems will not allow the vehicle to crank if
active.
Check connections. The heavy gauge remote start input wires on the relay pack should have a solid
connection. “T-taps” or “scotch locks” are not recommended.
Does the vehicle have an immobilizer? The vehicle’s immobilizer can cut the fuel and/or spark during
unauthorized starting attempts.
Is the remote start programmed engine checking off or voltage sense? If so, the crank time may not be
set high enough. Voltage sense will not work on some vehicles.
Is the remote start in tach mode? If so has the tach been programmed to the system?
Check diagnostics. Sometimes a shutdown will become active during cranking or just after cranking.
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Issue
Troubleshooting
The vehicle starts, but the
starter keeps running.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Is the system programmed for engine checking off or voltage sense? When programmed for either of
these features, the engine cranks for the pre programmed crank time regardless of how long it takes for
the vehicle to actually start. Adjust to a shorter cranking time.
Was the Tach Learn successful? The LED must light solid and bright to indicate a successful learn.
Make sure that there is a tach signal at the tach input wire of the remote start. If there is not a tach
signal, recheck the connection to the vehicle’s tach wire and make sure the wire is not broken or shorted
to ground leading to the remote start.
Is an ignition or accessory output wire connected to the starter wire of the vehicle? Verify the color of the
starter wire in the vehicle and confirm that an ignition or an accessory output is not connected to that
wire.
The vehicle starts, but will
only run for 10 seconds.
1.
2.
Is the remote start programmed for voltage sense? If this does not work, a tach wire should be used.
Check shutdown diagnostics.
The climate control system
does not work while
the unit is operating the
vehicle.
1.
Either the wrong accessory wire is being energized or more than one ignition or accessory wire must be
energized in order to operate the climate control system.
If the vehicle has an electronic climate control system some will reset when the key is turned off and then
back on, unfortunately this is a function of the vehicle and cannot be bypassed.
Manual Transmission
Mode Start diagnostics.
When enabling Manual Transmission Mode, if you get a failure notification from the remote or the vehicle fails
to remain started check for following:
• Tachometer not connected or programmed.
• Parking brake set status is not known. The parking brake must be set to enable Manual Transmission
Mode. Connect the parking brake input wire to the vehicle parking brake wire or use the parking brake
data message.
• Foot must be off the brake when activating the Manual Transmission Mode on the remote.
• Is the door open when enabling the Manual Transmission Mode? If so this would cause the unit to enter
Pit Stop Mode and the remote start will continue to run when arming/locking the system.
• Is the door input connected? The system needs to see a door open then close after initiating the remote
start.
• Does the vehicle have a delayed dome light? If you are connected to the dome light wire and the dome
light is staying on after arming/locking the system, the system can exit the Manual Transmission Mode.
• Make sure the remote start safety override switch is plugged in and turned on.
Manual Transmission
Mode exiting diagnostics.
If the remote start has entered the Manual Transmission Mode but exits the mode after the system is armed/
locked. Check these for possible causes:
• The vehicle door has been opened or the security system has been triggered in your absence.
• Does the vehicle have a delayed dome light circuit or does the dome light come on when the ignition
is shut off? If the door trigger input wires are connected, you may need to go to the independent door
inputs of the vehicle.
• If the door trigger input wire is connected to the dome light wire in the vehicle and cannot connect the
system to the individual door inputs of the vehicle due to it having normally closed door inputs, you can
use Tech Tip # 1921 at www.directechs.com to interface with these types of circuits.
• If the parking brake input wire connected to the vehicles parking brake wire loses ground when ignition
is turned off or after a certain amount of time, there is no analog work around. The data parking brake
messages must be used.
• If the contacts of the vehicle’s parking brake switch is not adequate when the brake is set, clean the
contacts or replace the switch.
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Glossary of terms
Document terminology
Analog
Non digital installation type.
Aux
Auxiliary.
COM
Common.
Control Button
A small push button located on your system’s Control Center (antenna). It is used to
override (disarm) the alarm when a remote is not available or to enter or exit Valet
Mode.
Control Center
(antenna)
The Control Center (antenna) contains the system’s radio-frequency antenna, the
control button, and the Status LED. For maximum remote-control range, the Control
Center (antenna) is usually located at the top of the windshield, centered near the
rear-view mirror.
Main Module
The “brain” of your system. Usually hidden underneath the dash area of the vehicle.
It houses the microprocessor which monitors your vehicle and controls all of the
system’s functions.
Configuration Wizard
Web tool used to program the main module.
Digital
Vehicle-specific installation type.
EIPS
Engine Idle Protection System.
Flex Relay
Relay that can be programmed for Ignition, Accessory or Start.
LED
Light Emitting Diode – An electronic semiconductor device that emits light when an
electric current passes through it.
LCs
Liquid Crystals.
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display – An electronic visual display that uses the light modulating
properties of liquid crystals (LCs). LCs do not emit light directly.
N.C.
Normally Closed.
N.O.
Normally Opened.
RS
Remote Start.
RSS
Remote Start and Security.
Shutdown Toggle
Switch
Normally located near the main module or mounted around the dashboard, this
Shutdown switch is used to disable the remote start feature.
Status LED
A light used to indicate the status of your system. It is located on your system’s
Control Center (antenna).
Transmit LED
Indicator on the remote control, it turns on when a button is pressed or
communication is active.
VIP
A flash utility that can be used to verify and save firmware images onto the main
module.
XKLoader
Device used to link your main module to the USB port of a computer.
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Limited lifetime consumer warranty
Directed Electronics. (“Directed”) promises to the original purchaser to repair or replace (at Directed’s election) with a comparable
reconditioned model any Directed unit (hereafter the “unit”), excluding without limitation the siren, the remote transmitters, the associated
sensors and accessories, which proves to be defective in workmanship or material under reasonable use during the lifetime of the vehicle
provided the following conditions are met: the unit was purchased from an authorized Directed dealer, the unit was professionally installed
and serviced by an authorized Directed dealer; the unit will be professionally reinstalled in the vehicle in which it was originally installed by
an authorized Directed dealer; and the unit is returned to Directed, shipping prepaid with a legible copy of the bill of sale or other dated
proof of purchase bearing the following information: consumer’s name, telephone number and address; the authorized dealers name,
telephone number and address; complete product description, including accessories; the year, make and model of the vehicle; vehicle
license number and vehicle identification number. All components other than the unit, including without limitation the siren, the remote
transmitters and the associated sensors and accessories, carry a one-year warranty from the date of purchase of the same. ALL PRODUCTS
RECEIVED BY DIRECTED FOR WARRANTY REPAIR WITHOUT PROOF OF PURCHASE FROM AN AUTHORIZED DEALER WILL BE DENIED.
This warranty is non-transferable and is automatically void if: the unit’s date code or serial number is defaced, missing or altered; the unit has
been modified or used in a manner contrary to its intended purpose; the unit has been damaged by accident, unreasonable use, neglect,
improper service, installation or other causes not arising out of defects in materials or construction. The warranty does not cover damage to
the unit caused by installation or removal of the unit. Directed, in its sole discretion, will determine what constitutes excessive damage and
may refuse the return of any unit with excessive damage.
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NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, DAMAGE TO VEHICLE, 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 THE CONTROL MODULE SUBJECT TO THE CONDITIONS AS DESCRIBED HEREIN. THIS
WARRANTY IS VOID IF THE UNIT HAS NOT BEEN PURCHASED FROM DIRECTED, OR AN AUTHORIZED DIRECTED DEALER, OR IF THE
UNIT HAS BEEN DAMAGED BY ACCIDENT, UNREASONABLE USE, NEGLIGENCE, ACTS OF GOD, NEGLECT, IMPROPER SERVICE, OR
OTHER CAUSES NOT ARISING OUT OF DEFECT IN MATERIALS OR CONSTRUCTION.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty will last or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
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This warranty is only valid for sale of product(s) within the United States of America and in Canada. Product(s) sold outside of the United
States of America or Canada are sold “AS-IS” and shall have NO WARRANTY, express or implied.
For further details relating to warranty information of Directed products, please visit the support section of Directed’s website at: www.
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This product may be covered by a Guaranteed Protection Plan (“GPP”). See your authorized Directed dealer for details of the plan or call
Directed Customer Service at 1-800-876-0800.
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Quick Reference Guide
3
Press Remote
Start button*
Press the Unlock button on the aftermarket
remote.*
Press Unlock
on remote*
1
While the vehicle is running, put the gear in
Neutral (N).
2
Depress the vehicle’s foot brake.
3
Apply the emergency brake.
Enter vehicle
4
Depress the brake pedal, put the car in gear and
drive off.
* Your aftermarket remote may differ from the model shown in the illustrations.
Depress
brake
pedal
Apply
emergency
brake
Release the vehicle’s foot brake.
4
Enter the vehicle.
Put
gear in
Neutral
Ready to
drive off
5
Release
brake
pedal
Warning! Depressing the brake pedal again after this
step will disable the remote start feature.
Press any button on the transmitter.* The parking
lights flash 5 times confirming that the remote start
feature is active.
&
Note: If the parking lights do not flash 5 times, you
have not entered manual transmission mode and will
need to repeat steps 1 thru 5.
6
Turn Off the ignition (the car will keep running).
7
Exit the vehicle.
Press any
button*
Parking lights flash x5
Key OUT
OFF
2
Close the vehicle doors, hood and trunk, then
press the Remote Start button on the transmitter to
start the vehicle.*
N
1
Manual transmission ready mode
O
Vehicle takeover
START
Exit vehicle
Press the Lock button on the aftermarket remote.*
8
The vehicle engine will shut Off after locking
the system.
Press Lock
on remote*
* Your aftermarket remote may differ from the model shown in the illustrations.
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Key IN
Pit stop mode
Stop the vehicle in a safe parking spot and put the
gear in Park (P).
This system is compatible with Directed SmartStart 3.0. For a complete list of
supported features, please visit www.mysmartstart.com.
Put
gear in
Park
What is SmartStart?
4
START
It is safe to leave the engine running and exit the
vehicle.
Note: We recommend that you always lock the doors
of your vehicle when leaving it unattended.
Exit vehicle
* Your aftermarket remote may differ from the model shown in the illustrations.
List of available commands
Note that the information below is for Viper, Clifford and Python models. Icons and
commands may differ depending on the remote brand and model purchased. Refer
to your authorized installation center for more information.
Button(s)
Actions
Press & hold for 1 second to lock.
Press & hold for 1 second to unlock.
OFF
Key OUT
O
N
Turn Off the ignition (the car will keep running).
Now you can remote start, lock and unlock your car just by pushing a button on your
smartphone; using the SmartStart App from Directed, the leader in vehicle security
and remote start. The simple graphical interface gives you control over the following
features of your installed remote start or security with remote start system:
Key IN
Key IN
Key IN
• Lock/Arm
START
START
START
• Unlock/Disarm
• Remote Car Starter
• Trunk Release
• Panic
• Aux Channels
OFF
Press Remote
Start button*
Parking lights flash x1
O
N
&
OFF
3
The parking lights will flash once to indicate the
vehicle is now in Pit Stop Mode.
O
N
2
OFF
Press the Remote Start button on the transmitter.*
O
N
1
SmartStart compatible
You can also control multiple vehicles – great for families – and assign more than
one user to control a vehicle. It's easy with SmartStart! But, this is only the beginning!
SmartStart is loaded with additional features including GPS tracking, SmartSchedule,
vehicle status, roadside assistance, home control, parked car finder and more.
3.0 enables a "Cloud-Connected Car" like never before, providing an entirely new
level of 2-way interaction with your vehicle. Connectivity is managed through the
Directed Cloud Services (DCS) network linking car, app, end user, and the Internet.
For more information, visit www.mysmartstart.com.
Notes
Press & hold for 1 second to remote start.
Press & hold for 5 seconds to activate the trunk release (optional).
x1 +
[CONDITIONAL TO EACH FIRMWARE.]*
x2 +
[CONDITIONAL TO EACH FIRMWARE.]
* This output is configurable. see your authorized installation center for more information.
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