Covers All 22xx and 23xx Series Remote Starter/Alarms

Covers All 22xx and 23xx Series Remote Starter/Alarms
-The system must be placed into Service Mode before any service work is started on the vehicle. It is
the sole responsibility of the vehicle owner to ensure that this is done. The manufacturer accepts no
liability or responsibility for accidental starting of the vehicle.
- CARBON MONOXIDE - Never Start in an Enclosed Building (Garage, Carport etc...)
- The Hood Pin Safety Switch Must Always be Installed!
- Never Install Automatic Transmission Remote Starters into a Manual Transmission Vehicle!
OWNER’S GUIDE
REMOTE VEHICLE STARTER
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Table Of Contents
Table Of Contents
Welcome
Feature List
About Ultra Start
FCC Notice
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Remote Starter Functions
Remote Starting
Extended Runtime
Remote Stop
Idle Mode
Turbo Timer Mode
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Reservation Mode (Manual Transmissions Vehicles)
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Alarm Functions & Optional Features
Lock Doors
Unlock Doors
Priority Unlock
Silent Lock and Unlock
Trunk Release *
Panic
Car Finder *
Garage Door Interface (optional) *
Shock Sensor Programming/Adjustment
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* Button 4(#) Programmable
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Cold Start/ Temperature Start Mode
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Service Mode
Activating & Deactivating Service Mode
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Diagnostics
Diagnostics Chart
Diagnostic Memory
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2nd Car Operations
Examples Of 2nd Car Operations
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Product Warranty
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Welcome
Congratulations on your purchase of an Ultra Start remote vehicle starter. Ultra Start
remote vehicle starters will provide years of comfort and convenience. To utilize and
understand this system to the fullest, please read this manual in detail.
Feature List
- Remote Keyless Entry.
- Engine Idle Mode.
- Starter Disable.
- Dual Car Operation- Safety Start Mode.
- Remote Service Mode- Park Light Diagnostics- Ignition Auto Locks.
- Panic Mode. (Personal Protection)
- Turbo Timer Mode.
- Anti-Grind Protection.
- User Extendable Runtime.
- System Override Protection.
- Dual Stage Shock Sensor
- Up to 4 Different Transmitter Codes.
- Cold Start Mode With 4 Start intervals.
About Ultra Start
It is our continuing objective to design and manufacture the absolute best Remote Car
Starters, Vehicle Security Systems, Keyless Entry Systems and Security Bypass units
available in today’s competitive market. This objective is met by utilizing installation
professionals with decades of industry experience to assist in each step of the design
process. This has allowed us to build products that are very installer and user friendly yet
offer advanced and innovative features. Our systems utilize intelligent programming and
auto learning systems and are designed to work properly in every vehicle. Our systems are
also designed wherever possible to be easily enhanced, allowing the consumer and the retailer
to enjoy easy and cost effective upgrades and additions to their system down the road. Our
limited lifetime warranty provides one of the best protection plans in the industry, giving
both the consumer and the retailer confidence when they invest in an Ultra Start product.
FCC Notice
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation of this device is subject to
the following conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the part responsible for
compliance voids the users authority to operate this device.
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Remote Sta r ter Functions
Remote Star ting
1.Press and release the button.
2.The park lights will flash and the siren will chirp one time.
3.The vehicle will then remote start. The park lights will flash four times
then remain on while the vehicle is running.*
Never remote start if the vehicle is parked in a garage or attached
carport! Operate in a well ventilated area only.
Note: If the remote starter fails to start, the park lights will flash a Trouble
Shooting Code. Count the number of flashes and refer to the
Diagnostics Chart on page 10.
Extended Run Time
1. Press and release the button while the vehicle is running.
2. The system will respond with one park light flash and siren chirp
to confirm Extended Runtime. The system will reset the run time*
Remote Stop
1.Press and hold the button for three seconds. The remote starter will
shut down. The park lights will flash and the siren will chirp 2
times to confirm shutdown.
Note: Pressing the brake pedal or opening the hood will also shut down
the remote starter.
Idle Mode
1. While the vehicle is running with key, press the button.
2. The park lights will turn on and the siren will chirp once.
3. Turn the ignition key off and the vehicle will continue to run for the
programmed run time.*
Turbo Timer Mode
1.While the vehicle is running with key, press the # button.
2.The park lights will turn on and the siren will chirp once.
3.Turn the ignition key off and the vehicle will continue to run for
approximately 2 minutes.
*(Default 15 minutes)
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Manual transmission remote starters must be set into Reservation Mode before
the remote starter will activate. There are two different ways to place the system
into Reservation Mode. The activation type of Reservation Mode is determined
when the system is installed. The default setting is Auto Reservation Mode.
Auto Reservation Mode
Step 1 - While the vehicle is running with the key, place the transmission into neutral
and apply the park brake.
Step 2 - Press and release the brake pedal twice. The park lights will flash twice,
the siren will chirp twice and the doors will unlock (optional).
Step 3 - Turn the ignition key off and the vehicle will continue running.
Step 4 - Exit the vehicle and close all the doors. The vehicle will then shut off *.
Manual Reservation Mode (Dealer Programmable Feature)
Step 1 - While the vehicle is running with the key, place the transmission into neutral
and apply the park brake.
Step 2 - Press and release the # button. The park lights will flash twice, the siren
will chirp twice and the doors will unlock (optional).
Step 3 - Turn the ignition key off and the vehicle will continue running.
Step 4 - Exit the vehicle and close all the doors.
Step 5 - Press and hold the button for 3 seconds, the vehicle will then shut off.
*****THE VEHICLE MAY NOW BE SAFELY REMOTE STARTED.*****
(See page 4 for Remote Starter Functions.)
If Reservation Mode is not set, the remote starter will not activate. When the
Button is pressed the park lights will flash 4 times. 4 flashes is the diagnostic
code for “Not in Reservation Mode”
Note: Reservation Mode will reset if the doors of the vehicle are opened. To re-enter
the vehicle without canceling the Reservation Mode (forgot something..) The
vehicle must first be remote started. While the vehicle is running the door may
be opened, when done in the vehicle, close the door and hold the button
until the remote starter shuts off.
* If the vehicle has dome light delay, the vehicle may stay running until the dome
light turns off. This is normally no longer than 30 seconds.
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Alarm Functions/Optional Features*
Arm the Alarm (Lock Doors)*
1.Press and release the LOCK button on the remote transmitter.
2.The park lights will flash and the siren will chirp one time.
3.The system will ARM and the doors will lock (optional).
4.The LEDs on the antenna will start flashing within five seconds.
Note: If installed, the starter disable will activate.
Disarm the Alarm (Unlock Doors)*
1.Press and release the UNLOCK button on the remote transmitter.
2.The park lights will flash and the siren will chirp two times.
3.The system will DISARM and the doors will unlock (optional).
4.The LEDs on the antenna will stop flashing.
Note: If installed, the starter disable will de-activate.
Silent Arm/(Lock)* and Disarm/(Unlock)*
1.Press and release the LOCK & UNLOCK buttons at the same time.
2.If the system is armed and the doors are locked this will disarm and
unlock the doors without chirps. The park lights will flash two times
to confirm the doors have unlocked.
3.If the system is disarmed and the doors are unlocked this will arm and
lock the doors without chirps. The park lights will flash one time to
confirm the doors have locked.
Trunk Release- Default Unlock Button
Press and hold the UNLOCK button doors will unlock (optional). Continue
holding until the trunk release will activates.
* The trunk release will be confirmed by one park light flash and siren chirp.
Note: The trunk release output will not activate when the ignition key is in the
On position.
Panic
1. Press and hold the Lock button
2. The park lights will flash and the siren will chirp(aprox. 30 sec).
Panic Mode Disable:
-Press and release the Lock button or
-Press and release the Unlock button.
Note: Panic will be active until disabled by the remote transmitter.
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Button 4(#) - Optional operations(Dealer programmable feature)
Car Finder (Default Setting)
1. Press and hold the # button for 3 seconds.
2.The park lights will flash and the horn(optional) will honk 5 times.
Note: This feature can be used to locate the vehicle in a crowded parking lot.
Trunk Release on the # button.
1. Press and hold the # button for 3 seconds. The park lights will flash and the
horn (optional) will honk once. Continue holding the unlock button until the
trunk release activates.
Garage Door Activation (Requires Garage Door Interface)
1. Press and hold the # button for 3 seconds. The optional garage door
interface will activate.
* The system will have no conformation for Garage Door Activation.
Shock Sensor Programming/Adjustment
To Enter Shock Sensor Programming
Method 1
5 times
Method 2
1st
2nd
Method 1 - Press & Release the LOCK button 5 times (once every one
second). The Siren will chirp 3 times and the park lights will stay on.
Method 2 - Press & Hold the LOCK & UNLOCK buttons for 3 seconds.
The siren will chirp 3 times and the park lights will stay on.
While the park lights are on strike the vehicle with the amount of force
wanted to trigger the alarm*. Strike the vehicle the same amount of force
3 times. The siren will chirp each time the system detects impact.
* Strike the vehicle with the palm of the hand, be careful not to impact
the vehicle in an area that may cause damage. The most common
location for testing and setting the shock sensor is the A-pillar.
The A-pillar is the metal support that runs from the roof of the vehicle
to the hood area. Avoid hitting the windshield when programming.
Press UNLOCK to exit shock sensor programming.
Temporary Shock Sensor Bypass
1. Press and Release the LOCK button(to arm system).
2. Press and Release
button (within 3 seconds).
The system will chirp once to arm and once again to confirm
Temporary Shock Sensor Bypass.
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Cold Start/Timer Mode
Cold Start/Timer Mode will start the vehicle at a user selectable start
interval or temperature setting. The vehicle can be set to start once every
1, 2, 3 or 4 hours in Timer Mode or 0,-5,-15 or -25 Celsius in Temperature
Mode (LT Models Only) for a maximum 12 starts.
The vehicle will start at the selected start interval/temperature and run for the
programmed runtime(default 15min). Cold Start/Timer Mode must be set
each time the user wishes to use the feature.
Example- Timer Mode. If the 4 hour start cycle was selected, the vehicle
will start once every 4 hours and run for the programmed runtime.*
Example- Temperature Mode (LT models only). If the -15 Celsius start
cycle was selected, the system will monitor the temperature
(every 2 hours) until it falls below -15. The remote starter will start
and run for the programmed runtime.*
*(Default 15 min)
To Enter Cold Start/Timer Mode.
Method 1- Press and release the # button, then press and hold the
button for 6 seconds or until park lights turn on.
Method 2 - Press the LOCK and buttons at the same time for 3
seconds or until the park lights will turn on.
While the park lights are on the start cycle can be selected.
1 hour or 0C
Press LOCK button 1 Park light flash
2 hour or -5C
Press UNLOCK button
2 Park light flashes
3 hour or -15C
Press START button 3 Park light flashes
4 hour or -25C
Press # button 4 Park light flashes
Note: The optional Low Temp sensor must be installed for the temperature
settings to be available. (LT Models only)
To Cancel Cold Start/Timer Mode
Method 1- Press and release the # button, then press and hold the START
button for 6 seconds.
Method 2- Press the LOCK and buttons at the same time for 3
seconds.
Note: Pressing the brake pedal or turning the ignition to the ON position will
cancel Cold Start/Timer Mode. Cancellation will be confirmed with 2
park light flashes and 2 siren chirps.
*****Never remote start or set the Cold Start Mode if the vehicle is
parked in a Garage or Attached Carport!******
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System Service Mode (Valet Mode)
System Service Mode will disable the remote starter. This will only effect the remote start
portion of the system. The optional lock, unlock and trunk release features will still be
operational.
When the vehicle is to have any under hood or service work done, the system must be
placed into Service Mode. This feature may also be used if a transmitter is lost, damaged
or if the system malfunctions.
ENTERING SERVICE MODE
1. Turn the ignition key to the On position.
2. Press and hold the Program Button (Located on the antenna) for 5
seconds or until the siren chirps five times.
Note: The LEDs on the antenna will turn on solid to confirm Service Mode.
If the start button is pressed while the system is in Service Mode the
park lights will flash 3 times slowly.
EXITING SERVICE MODE
1.Turn the ignition key to the On position.
2. Press and hold the Program Button (Located on the antenna) for 5
seconds or until the siren chirps two times.
Note: Remote starter functions will be reenabled and the LEDs on the
antenna will turn off.
ATTENTION:
TO AVOID SERIOUS INJURY, this remote start system must be set into
Service Mode before any under hood servicing is started. Service
Mode will prevent the vehicle from starting while the vehicle is being
serviced. It is the sole responsibility of the vehicle’s owner to place the
system into Service Mode. The manufacture accepts no responsibility
for accidental starting of the vehicle while the vehicle is being serviced.
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Diagnostics/ Diagnostics Chart
If the remote starter does not activate when the start button is pressed the park lights
will flash a diagnostic to indicate what shutdown input has been triggered.
Example when the start button is pressed the park lights flash 3 times slowly. Looking at
the chart below this would indicate that the system is in Service Mode.
Park Lights
Status LEDs
3 Flashes
Series of 3 Flashes
3 Slow Flashes Solid
4 Slow Flashes Series of 4 Flashes
5 Flashes
Series of 5 Flashes
5 Slow Flashes Series of 5 Flashes
6 Flashes
Series of 6 Flashes
7 Flashes
Series of 7 Flashes
Diagnostic Code
Door Opened “M” Models
System is in Service Mode
Not in Reservation Mode “M” units
Hood Pin Opened
Ignition On During Start Attempt
Brake Pedal Shutdown
Tach Lock-Out
DIAGNOSTIC MEMORY
LED Flashes
5 Flashes
6 Flashes
7 Flashes
8 Flashes
Diagnostic
The system was shutdown by the hood pin input
The system was shutdown by the brake switch input
The system did not detect the tach signal
The system made 3 start attempts without starting
Being that the installer does not always see when the system shuts down or fails to
start, Diagnostic Memory will store in memory up to four shutdown codes.
This information can then be accessed to determine the source of the shutdown.
To Enter Diagnostic Mode:
Step 1 - Turn the ignition on then off. Press the Program Button and release.
Step 2 - The system will respond with three park light flashes and the siren will chirp
the same number of times as the events in memory.
(Maximum 4 events, 4 chirps).
NOTE: If the siren does not chirp, there are no events in memory.
Step 3 - Press the Program Button once to view the last shut down code. The siren
will chirp once to confirm code one.
(If the siren does not chirp, there are no codes in memory.)
Step 4 - The LEDs on the antenna will flash a code corresponding to a shut down
trigger. Press the Program Button again to check the second code.
The siren will chirp twice to confirm code two.
Step 5 - To Clear Diagnostic Memory. While in Diagnostic Mode press and hold the
Program Button for five seconds.
The park lights will flash and the siren will chirp once.
NOTE: Once diagnostic memory has 4 shutdown events in memory, the system will not
Record any further shutdown events until the system memory has been cleared.
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2nd Car Operation
This feature will allow the operation of two Ultra Start remote car starters with one remote
transmitter. This feature requires special programming from the dealer. To control 2nd car
functions, press the # button at the same time as the command for the second vehicle.
Example - Press and release the LOCK button. The 1st vehicle will lock the doors
(optional). Press and release (at the same time) the # and LOCK buttons. The 2nd vehicle
will lock the doors(optional).
Lock Doors
1. Press and release the # and LOCK buttons at the same time.
2. The doors will lock (optional), the park lights will flash and the siren
will chirp once.
3. The LEDs on the antenna will start flashing within five seconds.
Note: If installed the starter disable will activate.
Unlock Doors
1. Press and release the # and UNLOCK buttons at the same time.
2. The doors will unlock (optional), the park lights will flash and the siren
will chirp two times.
3. The LEDs on the antenna will stop flashing
Note: If installed the starter disable will deactivate.
Remote Starting
1.Press and release the # and buttons.
2.The park lights will flash and the siren will chirp once.
3.The vehicle will then remote start. The park lights will flash four times then
remain on while the vehicle is running.
4. The vehicle will continue to run for the programmed runtime.*
* (default 15 minutes)
Remote Stop
1.Press and hold the # and buttons for three seconds.
2.The park lights will flash and the siren will chirp two times, the
Remote starter will then shut off.
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Limited Lifetime Warranty
The manufacturer warrants to the original purchaser of their remote starters and alarms, that the product
shall be free from defects in material and workmanship. However, should this product be proven to be
defective, within a two year period from the original date of purchase, the manufacturer will, without
charge to the purchaser (excluding any charges incurred to have the product delivered to the
manufacturer), repair or replace any part of the remote starter and/or alarm which the manufacturer agrees
to be defective. After the initial 2 year period the manufacture shall repair or replace defective products with
a nominal processing fee of $30.00 USD. All warranties apply to the original purchaser and the vehicle in
which it was originally installed ONLY. Repairs or replacement of defective modules shall remain at the
discretion of the manufacturer. All other parts, components, accessories and/or optional equipment
pertaining to the remote starter and alarm are not included in the manufacturer’s warranty.
This warranty is non-transferable. Request for warranty service from any Factory Authorized Dealer
must be accompanied with the original purchase receipt or have product registered by authorized
dealer on manufacturer’s website.
Failure to comply with any of these conditions may result in warranty being voided.
This warranty does not cover the following: removal and reinstall labor charges, shipping charges, abuse,
misuse, or accidental damages to the remote starter and alarm, automobile, and/or parts there of. This
warranty is void upon modification, repairs, or alterations of any part of the product. The manufacturer does
not guarantee or insure against theft of the vehicle or its contents. Alarm models are designed only to act
as a deterrent against possible theft. This alarm may qualify for auto insurance discounts, contact your
Insurance Agent for further information . The manufacturer shall not be held liable for any consequential
damages due to breach of this or any other warranty, expressed, or implied. This warranty gives you
specific legal rights. Your specific legal rights may vary for each region.
CERTAIN DAMAGES EXCLUDED - The manufacturer expressly disclaims any liability or responsibility
for incidental damages caused by the product, including economic loss, loss of use of the product, car
rentals, or any other costs relating to the care and custody of the product. The manufacturer disclaims
liability or responsibility for any consequential damages caused by the product or resulting from its use,
including the cost of repairing or replacing other property damaged by the product or caused by its use,
whether or not the product is working properly. The product is intended to deter unauthorized use of the
vehicles in which it is installed. The manufacturer does not warrant that the product is fool-safe against
theft and/or vandalism and/or human error or misuse. The manufacturer accepts no liability or
responsibility for any damage of any kind whatsoever caused to any vehicle in which the product is
installed or any resulting damage from its use. The manufacturer accepts no responsibility or liability for
any damage resulting to or theft of the vehicle or its contents, caused or alleged to be caused, directly or
indirectly, by failure of the product.
MANUAL TRANSMISSION STARTERS the installation of a remote starter MUST only be done with a
specified manual transmission starter. It is the sole responsibility of the vehicles operator to
insure that the vehicle is left with the transmission in neutral position when the remote starter is in
use. The manual transmission starter is designed to be an added measure of safety ONLY! The
manufacturer does not guarantee or insure against any damages or loss of life that could result in
the event of a remote starter starting while the vehicle is in gear. Manual transmission models are
designed only to act as a deterrent against the vehicle starting in gear, this is the vehicle’s owner’s
and operator’s responsibility.