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Black Widow Security BW X-Z Series Operating instructions
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VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM
Optional Remote Start Module and 2-way Transmitter Instructions Included
SYSTEM MANUAL
STANDARD FEATURES
Some of the system’s standard features include:
• 4-button remote transmitter
• LED Status indicator
• Valet/Override switch
• Extended Range Receiver
• 125dB Multi-tone siren
• Dual stage impact detector
• Remote panic
• Remote Valet mode
• Remote chirp delete
• Remote sensor bypass
• Passive or active arming
• Flashing parking lights
• Auto Rearming
REMOTE TRANSMITTER BUTTONS
Button 1
Button 2
Button 3
Button 4
Transmitter Icons
NOTE: Transmitter cosmetics may differ
between models and between standard 1-way
and LCD 2-way transmitters, but button
functions remain the same as described below.
OPTIONAL FEATURES
This system has many optional features that
may require additional parts and/or labor.
Please contact your dealer for more details.
Each transmitter button has two operating
modes: standard and level shifted. Pressing a
transmitter button for less than one second
activates the standard function associated with
that button (such as arm or disarm). Pressing a
button for more than one second changes the
color of the standard transmitter’s LED to
green and activates the level shift feature.
While the LED is green (level shifted), pressing
any transmitter button accesses another level
of commands providing expanded operation.
• Remote keyless entry (door lock/unlock)
• Illuminated entry
• LCD 2-way Remote
• Hood & trunk protection
• Trunk/hatch release
• Window roll-up
• Additional sensors
• Remote Start (optional plug-in module)
• Stop & Go Feature
• Auto Cold Start
Note: Some features may not be appropriate
for certain vehicles.
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ARMING OPERATION
To arm the system press transmitter button 1:
• The siren will chirp once.
• The parking lights will flash once.
• The doors will lock.*
• The LED will turn solid for 10 seconds
then start flashing slowly. After 10
seconds the system is armed.
During Arming, if the hood or trunk is open or
the brake pedal is pressed, the system will wait
10 seconds for the zone to close. If a door is
open the system will wait up to 60 seconds for
the zone to close (depending on door zone
setting during installation). If a zone remains
open after the wait period, the siren will chirp
and the parking lights will flash 4 times to
indicate the zone is still open. That zone will be
ignored, but keep all other areas remain
protected.
While Armed, the system will trigger if:
• The door, hood, or trunk is opened.
• The brake pedal is pressed.
• The shock sensor detects an impact.
• An optional sensor is disturbed.
When triggered by the door or hood/trunk
input the siren will sound or the horn will honk,
and the parking lights will flash for 30 seconds.
If triggered by a sensor, the alarm cycle will last
15 seconds. If the alarm is triggered while the
optional remote start is engaged, the remote
start will immediately shut down.
PASSIVE ARMING OPERATION
The passive arming feature allows the system to
arm automatically without user intervention.
This feature can be toggled on/off using the
transmitter.
If a zone triggers the system 3 times during a
single arming cycle, the system will bypass that
zone, keeping the other zones protected, until
the next time the system is armed.
DISARMING OPERATION
To disarm the system press transmitter button 2.
• The siren will chirp twice.¥
• The parking lights will flash twice.¥
• The doors will unlock.*
• The dome light will turn on.*
To turn passive arming on/off:
1. Press and hold button 2 for level shift.
2. Press button 4.
• The system will enter passive arming
operation mode.
• The optional 2-way LCD transmitter
display will show “LAST DOOR ARM”.
To arm the system passively:
1. Turn the ignition key off.
2. Exit the vehicle and close all doors.
• The siren will chirp and parking lights
will flash once after closing the last door.
• The LED flashes rapidly indicating that
the system is preparing to arm. (The
system can be armed at any time by
pressing transmitter button 1.) NOTE:
Opening the hood/trunk or a door
resets the passive arming timer.
• After 30 seconds the siren will chirp to
indicate the system is armed.
• The parking lights will flash once.
• The doors will lock.†*
†
If the shock sensor detects a light impact to the
vehicle or an optional sensor is disturbed, the
system will chirp and the parking lights will flash
5 times to warn away the potential intruder.
*Optional Feature
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2
If Passive Locking was enabled during installation.
If the alarm was triggered while away, the system will respond
with 3 chirps and 4 parking light flashes.
Optional Feature.
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IGNITION CONTROLLED LOCKS
The ignition controlled locks feature allows the
doors to automatically lock when the brake
pedal is pressed (after turning on the ignition
and closing all doors), and automatically unlock
when the ignition key is turned off. The ignition
controlled locking feature may also be
programmed for ignition lock without ignition
unlock, and off (no ignition control).
NOTE: If the optional remote start module is
not installed and ignition locking is desired, the
feature must be programmed for use without
brake. See Alarm Programmable Features.
TAMPER ALERT
If the alarm was triggered while away from the
vehicle, the siren will chirp 3 times and the parking
lights will flash 4 times on disarming for tamper
indication. The triggered zone will be shown on the
optional 2-way LCD transmitter display.
AUTO REARM
If the system was armed for at least 10 seconds,
the Auto Rearm feature re-arms the system 30
seconds after disarming. The doors will also relock if selected during installation. NOTE:
Opening the door resets the rearm timer, and
opening the trunk, hood, or turning on ignition
cancels the auto rearm feature. The Auto Rearm
feature must be enabled during installation.
REMOTE PANIC
In the event of an emergency (PANIC)
situation, the system’s siren can be triggered for
30 seconds to attract attention.
To activate the Panic Feature:
Press transmitter buttons I&2 for 3 seconds.
• The siren will sound.
• The parking lights will flash.
Press button I to exit panic mode and rearm
the system. Press button 2 to exit panic mode
and disarm the system. The Panic Feature will
NOT operate when the ignition is on.
AUTO IMMOBILIZER
The Auto Immobilizer feature automatically
engages the starter defeat relay 30 seconds
after turning off the ignition. This feature
provides an extra level of security even when
when the alarm is not set. When immobilized,
the vehicle will not start with the key until
either transmitter button 2 is pressed, or the
override button is pressed with the ignition on.
NOTE: The auto immobilizer feature does not
operate while in the valet mode.
EMERGENCY OVERRIDE
If the transmitter becomes lost or fails to
operate, the system can be disarmed by using
the emergency override feature.
To override the system:
1. Enter the vehicle.
• Because the system is armed, the siren
will sound.
2. Turn on the ignition key.
3. Press the Valet switch for 3 seconds.
• The siren will stop sounding.
• The starter defeat is deactivated.
To turn the immobilizer on/off:
1. Press and hold button 2 for level shift.
2. Press button 3.
• The optional 2-way LCD transmitter
display will show “IMMOBILIZE”.
SILENT OPERATION MODE
Press transmitter button 4 to turn the arm and
disarm chirps on/off. NOTE: If the system is
disarmed, pressing button 4 to change the siren
status also arms the system. To disarm the
system, press button 2.
NOTE: The optional 2-way transmitter will still
beep to confirm systems arm/disarm.
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before activating the trunk release.
NOTE: This feature must be programmed
during installation and only functions if auxiliary
is programmed for momentary output.
VALET MODE
When the system is placed into the Valet Mode
the security and remote start features will be
disabled. However, the optional keyless entry
and trunk release features will still function if
installed.The valet mode may be accessed with
either the valet switch or a remote transmitter.
To enter or exit valet mode using the switch:
1. Be sure the system is disarmed.
2. Turn ignition on.
3. Press and hold the valet switch for 3
seconds.
• The siren will chirp 3 times to enter or
exit valet.
4. Turn ignition off.
• The LED will turn on solid indicating
the system is in valet mode, or turn off
indicating valet mode exit.
CAR LOCATOR FEATURE
The activate the system’s car locator feature
press button 3 twice rapidly. The siren will
chirp and the parking lights will flash 6 times.
REMOTE SENSOR BYPASS
To bypass the shock sensor’s warn-away while
the system is armed, press button 1 twice
rapidly. To bypass the sensor completely, press
button 1 twice again. Pressing button 1 twice a
third time will re-activate the sensor. The
parking lights will flash to indicate the mode:
One Flashes = Normal
Two Flashes = Sensor 1 Warn away Bypass
Three Flashes = Sensor 1 Complete Bypass
To enter or exit valet mode using the remote:
1. Press and hold button 1 for level shift.
2. Press button 1 again to turn valet mode.
• The parking lights will flash 4 times to
enter and 3 times to exit valet.
• The LED will turn on solid indicating
the system is in Valet Mode, or turn off
indicating Valet Mode exit.
• The optional 2-way LCD transmitter
display will show “zzz” for valet .
If an optional dual-zone sensor is connected to
the optional sensor port, that sensor’s warnaway feature can be bypassed while the system
is armed by pressing button 4 twice rapidly. To
bypass the sensor completely, press button 4
twice again. Pressing button 4 twice a third
time will re-activate the sensor. The parking
lights will flash to indicate the mode:
Four Flashes = Sensor 2 Warn away Bypass
Five Flashes = Sensor 2 Complete Bypass
OPTIONAL TRUNK RELEASE
The activate the system’s auxiliary feature (or
trunk release) press button 3 for level shift,
then press button 3 again. If the vehicle’s trunk
pin is connected to the alarm, the optional 2way LCD transmitter will show the trunk open.
NOTE: The system must be armed for at least
10 seconds prior to activating the remote
sensor bypass feature.
ANTI-CARJACK FEATURE
When selected, the optional anti-carjacking
feature monitors the vehicle’s doors while the
ignition is on. If a door is opened, the anticarjacking feature will trigger, with progressively
higher levels of alert. The Anti-Carjacking feature
must be enabled during installation.
OPTIONAL TRUNK DISARM
The trunk disarm feature allows the alarm to
disarm automatically when the auxiliary output
is used to activate the optional trunk release.
This eliminates having to first disarm the alarm
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To activate anti-carjack protection:
1. Make sure the ignition is on and all doors
are closed.
2. Press the valet switch once.
4. Turn ignition off, then back on.
5. Press the override switch the number of
times equal to the second digit of the PIN.
6. Turn ignition off.
• The system will disarm.
Example: PIN=2,3 Press valet switch two
times, turn ignition off then back on, and
press valet switch 3 more times.
If the carjack feature is triggered:
• The LED will flash rapidly.
• Warn Trigger will activate after 30
seconds. The parking lights will begin
flashing and the siren will begin chirping.
• Full Trigger will activate after 60 seconds.
The siren will sound continuously and the
starter defeat will turn on and remain on
until the carjack feature is deactivated .
CREATING A SECURE PIN CODE
When first programmed for PIN code override
mode, the default code is set to 1,1. To change
the PIN code first program the system for PIN
code operation, then follow the steps below:
To change the PIN code:
1. Be sure the ignition is off and the system
is disarmed.
2. Press the valet switch 4 times.
3. Turn ignition on.
• The siren will chirp 4 times.
4. Press the valet switch once.
• The siren will chirp once and enter 1st
digit PIN programming.
5. Pick a 1st digit number from 1 to 4, and
press the transmitter button equal to that
number (example: number 2=button 2).
• The siren will chirp a number of times
equal to the button pressed.
6. Press the valet switch again.
• The siren will chirp twice and enter 2nd
digit PIN programming.
7. Pick a 2nd digit number from 1 to 4, and
press the transmitter button equal to that
number (example: number 3=button 3).
• The siren will chirp a number of times
equal to the button pressed.
8. Turn ignition off.
To deactivate anti-carjack if not triggered:
Press the valet switch for 3 seconds.
• The siren will chirp 3 times.
- or Turn off the ignition with all doors closed.
To deactivate anti-carjack after Warn Trigger:
Press the valet switch for 3 seconds.
• The siren will chirp 3 times.
- or Press transmitter button 2.
To deactivate anti-carjack after Full Trigger:
Press the valet switch for 5 seconds.
- or Enter PIN if programmed for PIN mode.
SECURE PIN CODE
The system may be programmed to override
only when a 2-digit personal identification
number is entered using the valet switch. PIN
code override mode must be selected during
installation or PIN code mode will not operate.
To disarm the system with a PIN code:
1. Open door, alarm system will trigger
2. Turn ignition on
3. Press the override switch the number of
times equal to the first digit of the PIN.
NOTE: Record the new PIN. Once the PIN
code mode is entered the standard Emergency
Override will not disarm the system.
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SURF MODE
The Surf Mode allows the system to be armed
or disarmed using just the key and override
switch. While in surf mode the transmitter may
be safely left at home or inside the vehicle’s
trunk when engaging in an activity that may
damage the transmitter such as surfing,
swimming, white-water rafting, going over
Niagara Falls in a barrel.
To arm the system in surf mode:
1. Make sure ignition is on and all doors are
closed.
2. Press valet switch 3 times.
• The siren will chirp once.
3. Turn ignition off and exit the vehicle.
• After 20 seconds the system will arm.
If the door, hood, or trunk zone is triggered, the
lights will flash but the siren will be delayed for
20 seconds allowing time to enter the
Emergency Override or PIN code.
To disarm the system in surf mode follow the
steps for Emergency Override, or PIN code
override if programmed.
the pre-programmed time. If the engine
fails to start on the first attempt, it will
attempt to start 3 more times. If the
vehicle fails to start after a total of 4
times the system will shut down.
To drive the vehicle after Remote Starting:
Unlock the door by pressing button 2 on the
remote transmitter. Enter vehicle, turn
ignition key to the on position
NOTE: Do not turn the key to the start position
as the engine is already running.
Once the ignition key is turned on, press the
brake pedal and shift the car into the proper
gear and you may now drive the vehicle.
NOTE: If brake pedal is pressed prior to turning
on ignition, engine will turn off.
REMOTE ENGINE SHUTDOWN
If the vehicle has been remotely started and
you desire to turn the vehicle off, simply press
and hold button 2 for level shift, then press
button 2 again. After the motor has turned off
the doors will relock. This feature must be
programmed during installation.
OPTIONAL REMOTE START FEATURES
Important: Only start the vehicle in a well
ventilated area. Do not use in a closed garage
or indoors. Be sure to familiarize yourself with
all features prior to using the remote start.
STOP AND GO
The Stop and Go feature allows the vehicle to
remain running without use of the ignition key
during short stops.
To activate the Stop and Go feature:
1. Make sure the engine is running.
2. Press and hold button 2 for level shift.
3. Press button 2 again.
4. Turn ignition off.
• The doors will unlock.
• The dome light will turn on.
• The engine will remain running.
5. Exit the vehicle and lock the doors using
transmitter button 1.
REMOTE STARTING THE VEHICLE
To remote start the vehicle:
1. Press and hold button 2 for level shift.
2. Press button 2 again.
• The parking lights will begin flashing (or
remain on depending on programming).
• Approximately 2 seconds later the
system will attempt to start the vehicle.
• Once the car has started, the heater or
air conditioner will turn on and run for
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MANUAL TRANSMISSION MODE
On manual transmission vehicles, the remote
start feature will not operate unless the proper
vehicle exit sequence is performed. This
operating mode protects against in-gear
starting but is not completely without risk.
Installation and safe use of the remote start
feature on a manual transmission vehicle is at
the sole risk of the vehicle’s owner, and the
manufacturer assumes no liability for
installation in manual transmission vehicles.
Manual Transmission Safe Mode Exit Sequence:
With the engine running and the parking brake
set, press the unlock button. Turn ignition off
(engine will stay running) and open the doors,
then exit the vehicle. When all doors are
closed, press lock button to turn off the engine
and arm the system. The system will be able to
remote start as long as the alarm is not
disarmed prior to remote starting.
NOTE: If the turbo timer feature is
programmed, the engine will not turn off until
the end of the turbo timer program cycle.
To resume driver control:
1. Unlock the doors by pressing transmitter
button 2.
2. Turn on the ignition.
• The vehicle resumes driver control,
when the brake pedal is pressed.
AUTO COLD START
This feature allows the system to start and run
the vehicle every 1, 2, 4, or 12 hours (selectable
by your installer) in a 24 hour period.This
allows the engine to remain at an operational
temperature in extremely cold weather. Auto
Cold Start interval timing must be chosen
during installation.
Engaging the Auto Cold Start feature:
To turn Auto Cold Start on:
1. Press and hold the brake pedal.
2. Press and hold button 2 for level shift.
3. Press button 1.
4. Release the brake pedal.
• The vehicle will start and run the first
interval to confirm cold start activation.
Use the Remote Engine Shutdown procedure
before first run cycle is completed. The Auto
Cold Start feature will remain engaged and
start at the pre-programmed intervals.
NOTE: The Auto Cold Start feature is not
compatible with manual transmission vehicles.
TURBO TIMER MODE
For vehicles equipped with a turbo-charged
engine, the optional turbo timer feature may be
programmed to run the engine at idle for an
additional period of time after the ignition is
turned off. The run-time may be programmed
for a 1, 3, or 6 minute cycle, allowing the turbo
proper time to cool down, extending its life.
Disengaging the Auto Cold Start feature:
The Auto Cold Start feature can be deactivated
by pressing the brake pedal.
To activate the Turbo Timer feature:
1. Make sure the engine is running.
2. Press button 2.
3. Turn ignition off.
• The engine will continue to run for 1, 3,
or 6 minutes.
4. Exit the vehicle.
SAFETY FEATURES
The System will not start the vehicle if the
brake pedal is pressed or the hood is open.
Also, if the brake is pressed or the hood is
opened while remote running, the remote start
will shut down.
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LED AND PARKING LIGHT INDICATIONS
STATUS INDICATOR (LED) FUNCTIONS
On Solid = Valet Mode
Slow Flash = System Armed
Rapid Flash = Passive Arming
Rapid Flash w/ Ignition on = Open Zone Warning
Rapid Flash while Ignition on and Anti-Carjack
Mode Active = Entering Carjack Warning Stage
Double Flash = Auto Cold Start Mode Activated
PARKING LIGHT FUNCTIONS
On Solid = Vehicle Remote Starting
Flash I x = System armed
Flash 2x = System disarmed
Flash 4x = Defective zone warning (after arming)
Flash 4x = Tamper indication (after disarming)
TRANSMITTER FUNCTION QUICK REFERENCE
TRANSMITTER OPERATION CHART
Operation
System Status
Arm
Disarmed
Disarm
Armed
Remote Valet
Disarmed
Remote Start
Either
Auxiliary 1
Either
Toggle Chirp Mode
Either
Immobilizer
Disarmed
Panic Mode
Either
Stop N Go
Disarmed
Turbo Timer
Disarmed
Manual Trans Mode
Disarmed
Auto Cold Start
Disarmed
Car Locator
Either
Shock Sensor Adjust
Disarmed
Sensor Bypass (Main) Armed
Sensor Bypass (Opt) Armed
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Ignition
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
1st Button
Button 1
Button 2
Button 1 Level Shift
Button 2 Level Shift
Button 3 Level Shift
Button 4*
Button 2 Level Shift
Buttons 1&2 together
Button 2 Level Shift
Button 2
Button 2
Button 2 Level Shift
Button 3
Button 4 Level Shift
Button 1
Button 4
2nd Button
Button 1
Button 2
Button 3
Button 1
Button 2
Button 1**
Button 3***
Button 4
Button 1****
Button 4****
If system is disarmed, Button 4 will arm system and change chirp mode (normal to silent or vice versa)
Brake pedal must be pressed while performing button sequence
Must press button two times very quickly
Press multiple times to switch between normal, warning bypass, and full bypass
Level Shift: Pressing and holding a transmitter button for more than one second enters the Level
Shift mode for two seconds. The 1-way transmitter’s LED turns Green to indicate level shift,
while the optional 2-way transmitter plays a chime to indicate level shift. While in level shift
mode, pressing a transmitter button accesses the system’s special features such as Valet,Auxiliary,
etc. After two seconds, the transmitter will automatically exit level shift mode if no other
transmitter button has been pressed.
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OPTIONAL 2-WAY TRANSMITTER WITH LCD DISPLAY
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
REMOTE TRANSMITTER LAYOUT
Button 3
Button 4
the 2-way transmitter also provides audible and
vibration alert in case the display is out of view.
And, for night-time use the LCD is equipped
with a backlight feature which is activated by
pressing button 5.
Button 5
SYSTEM STATUS RECALL
Real-time system status can also be recalled at
any time by pressing transmitter button 3 for
less than one second. The system’s current
status will be shown on the LCD display.
Button 2
Button 1
5-Button 2-way
LCD Transmitter
RANGE INDICATION
The LCD display has an antenna icon that
flashes every 4 seconds while the system is
armed, to indicate the transmitter is in-range of
the vehicle. 60 seconds after disarming the
antenna icon will stop flashing. If the
transmitter is not in-range of the vehicle when
pressing a button, a low pitched audible alert
will be heard.
Each LCD transmitter button has two
operating modes: standard and level shifted.
Pressing a transmitter button for less than one
second activates the standard function
associated with that button (such as arm or
disarm). Pressing a button for more than one
second activates the level shift feature, then
plays a chime and vibrates to signal the level is
shifted. While the transmitter is level shifted,
pressing transmitter buttons 1-4 accesses
another level of commands providing expanded
operation.
LOW BATTERY
When the transmitter battery is in need of
replacement, the display will show the battery
icon. Replace with a fresh AAA alkaline battery.
The basic operation of the optional 2-way LCD
transmitter is the same as the standard 4button transmitter, with a few added features.
The built-in LCD display provides visual
confirmation of system operations and status.
After a function such as arming is selected, the
LCD display will show confirming icons to
indicate that the function has taken place.
Additionally, the LCD display shows any
intrusion attempts as they occur, and indicates
the triggered zone. In addition to LCD display,
BUTTON LOCK
The transmitter is equipped with a button lock
feature to avoid accidental feature activation
while in a purse or pocket. To lock the buttons
press button 1 and button 5 together. To
unlock the buttons press button 2 and 5
together.
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OPTIONAL 2-WAY TRANSMITTER INDICATIONS
The optional 2-way LCD transmitter displays more than 20 different screens to provide real-time
indications for feature activation and system status. the different display indications are shown
below for reference.
Arm
Silent Arm
Disarm
Door Open
Hood Open
Trunk Open
Warn-Away Trigger
Shock Sensor Trigger
Warn-Away Bypass
Shock Trigger Bypass
Engine Run
Valet Mode
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Ignition Key On
Brake Pedal
Cold Start
Passive / Last Door Arm
Immobilize
Low Transmitter Battery
Range Indicator
Button Lock
Anti-Carjack Mode
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VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM
Optional Remote Start Module and 2-way Transmitter Instructions Included
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE INSTALLING THIS PRODUCT PLEASE READ
THE INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS THOROUGHLY!!
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
This system is compatible with electronic
fuel injected engines only! Not intended for
use with carbureted engines.
Mounting System Modules
Mount the security and optional remote start
module under the dash where it will be difficult
for a potential thief to locate them, and away
from moving parts such as brake pedals, etc.
• This product must be installed by qualified
personnel according to these instructions and
and observing all safety features.
• Check to see if the vehicle is equipped with
any type of factory security system.
• Check to see if there is a pin switch for the
hood, if not one must be installed.
• Verify that the vehicle starts and idles
properly before beginning the installation.
• Always use a multi-meter to verify wiring.
• Before mounting the product, verify with the
customer the desired location for the valet
switch and LED.
Mounting LED
Mount the LED in an area that is easily seen
from outside either side of the vehicle. Consult
with the vehicle’s owner to verify placement
before drilling.
Mounting Override Switch
Mount the override switch in an area that is not
easily seen yet within reach of the driver from
the seated position. Consult with the vehicle’s
owner to verify placement before drilling.
Mounting Extended Range Receiver
Mount the extended range receiver (or
transceiver on 2-way equipped systems) to the
inside of the windshield using the supplied
double-sided tape. Make sure the chosen
location does not obscure the driver’s view.
MOUNTING SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Mounting Siren
Mount the siren in a suitable place under the
hood, away from hot and moving engine parts
such as manifolds, fan belts, etc. Make sure the
siren cannot be accessed from underneath the
vehicle or through the grill. Face the siren down
so that water cannot accumulate inside the
siren bell. Protect wires running through the
firewall using either tape or split loom tubing. If
a new hole is needed, protect the wire from
chaffing by installing a proper size grommet.
Mounting Shock Sensor
Mount the shock sensor to an under dash
brace or similar support structure using a tiewrap or the supplied double-sided tape. Higher
sensitivity may be found in some vehicles by tiewrapping the sensor to a wire loom.
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ALARM MODULE WIRING
6-Pin Door Lock Harness
Plug-in connector port for door lock harness.
See Door Lock Wiring Diagrams
• BLUE/BLACK WIRE - Lock relay N/C (87a)
• BLUE WIRE - Lock relay Common (30).
• GREEN WIRE - Unlock relay Common (30).
• GREEN/BLACK WIRE - Unlock relay N/C
(87a).
• BLACK/RED WIRES - Lock/Unlock relays
N/O (87). Connect this wire to the 14-pin
harness short RED wire or short BLACK wire
for polarity input. See description for RED and
BLACK wires below.
NOTE: For vacuum locking systems, cut the
BLACK/RED jumper to allow separate polarity
inputs for lock and unlock relays.
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Window Roll-up: Connect to a relay or other
device to operate window modules or other
desired features.
• BLACK/RED WIRE - Starter defeat/anti-grind
output (-) 500mA. The BLACK/RED wire is
terminated beside the small YELLOW ignition
jumper in a 2-pin connector for the supplied
starter defeat relay socket. Connect the relay
socket for starter defeat (and anti-grind
protection with optional remote start module
connected). The starter defeat output is
programmable for normally open or normally
closed operation. See Starter Defeat Relay
Diagrams and Alarm Programmable Features
• ORANGE/VIOLET WIRE - Brake switch
input wire. Connect this wire to the brake
switch wire that provides +12V when the brake
pedal is pressed. This safety input must be
connected when used with the optional remote
start module or the remote start feature will
not operate. If the remote start module is not
connected, leave this wire disconnected and set
Alarm Programmable Feature #3 to either
button 2, 3 or 4 setting. See Alarm Programmable
Features
• BLUE/RED WIRE - Positive door trigger (+).
Connect to the door switch circuit wire that
shows +12V when the door is open. This type
of door circuit is usually found on Ford vehicles.
• ORANGE/WHITE WIRE - Trunk trigger (-).
Connect to an optional trunk pin switch that
shows ground when the trunk is open.
• GREEN/BLACK WIRE - Parking Light output
(+) 7.5A relay. Connect to the vehicle’s parking
light wire. If the vehicle is equipped with more
than four parking lights a relay is required. For
vehicle’s with independent left and right parking
light circuits, connect the GREEN/BLACK wire
to one side and the GREEN/YELLOW wire to
the other. NOTE: Do not connect the
GREEN/BLACK or GREEN/YELLOW wire to
the vehicle’s headlight circuit.
14-Pin Main Harness
• RED WIRE - +12V Battery input. Connect
the red fused wire on the main harness to a
constant +12V source. Connect the short RED
wire to the door lock polarity input on the 6pin harness for positive or reverse polarity lock
systems.
• BLACK WIRE - Ground input (-). Connect to
a solid chassis ground that is clean and free of
paint or dirt. Connect the short BLACK wire
to the door lock polarity input on the 6-pin
harness for negative lock systems.
• BLUE WIRE - Dome Light output (-) 500mA.
The BLUE wire can programmed for use as a 20
or 30 second timed output after either
disarming the system (Dome Light) or after
arming the system (Window Roll-up). See Alarm
Programmable Features
Dome Light (default): Connect to a relay to
activate the vehicle’s dome light.The dome light
relay output is usually connected to the same
wire used for the door trigger input (See
BLUE/RED and BLUE/BLACK wires).
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• GREEN/YELLOW WIRE - Parking Light
output (+) 7.5A relay. Used for vehicle’s with
independent left and right parking light circuits;
see GREEN/BLACK wire.
• YELLOW WIRE - +12V Ignition input.
Connect to a main ignition wire at the ignition
switch harness.This wire shows +12V when the
ignition is on and while cranking. The voltage
must not drop when the car is starting.
• GRAY WIRE - Siren output (+) 2A. Connect
to the siren’s red wire. Connect the siren’s
black wire to ground. If the siren is not
installed, the GRAY wire may be connected to
a relay to pulse the vehicle’s horn. Alarm
Programmable Feature step 8 must be set to
Horn mode. See Alarm Programmable Features
• YELLOW/BLACK WIRE - Auxiliary / trunk
release output (-) 500mA. Connect to a relay
for optional features such as trunk release, etc.
• BLUE/BLACK WIRE - Negative door trigger
(-). Connect to the door switch circuit wire
that shows ground when the door is open.
• ORANGE/GRAY WIRE - Hood trigger (-).
Connect to an optional hood pin switch that
shows ground when the hood is open.
defeat input. After cutting the vehicle’s starter
wire, connect the BLUE/RED wire to the key
side of the ignition wire if normally open
operation is desired. Alarm Programmable
Feature step 10 must be set to button 2. See
Alarm Programmable Features
Starter Defeat/Anti-Grind Relay Socket
See Starter Defeat Relay Wiring Diagrams for
expanded wiring and programming information.
• BLACK/RED and YELLOW WIRES Combined in 2-pin harness. Plug into 2-pin
connector from 14-pin main harness.
• BLUE WIRE - Starter defeat output to starter
wire. After cutting the vehicle’s starter wire,
connect the BLUE wire to the side running to
the starter.
• BLUE/WHITE WIRE - Normally closed
starter defeat input. After cutting the vehicle’s
starter wire, connect the BLUE/WHITE wire to
the key side of the ignition wire if normally
closed operation is desired (default).
• BLUE/RED WIRE - Normally open starter
OPTIONAL START MODULE WIRING
6-Pin Main Starter Harness
• BLUE WIRE - Main accessory output (+).
12V output for heater and/or air conditioning
system. For cars with more than one accessory
wire add a relay(s) to power the extra
accessory wire(s) or set dip switch #3 to ON
and use the GREEN wire for second accessory.
• YELLOW WIRE - Main ignition output (+).
Connect to the main ignition wire that switches
+12 V and does not drop out during cranking.
• GREEN WIRE - Second ignition output (+).
Connect to the vehicle’s second ignition wire (if
equipped). This wire may be optionally set for
use as a second accessory wire or second
starter wire. See Dip Switch Settings
Alarm Module Connectors
4-Pin Connector: Plug-in connector for
optional dual-zone sensor. See Alarm Module
Wiring Diagram for pin descriptions.
2-Pin Connector: Plug-in connector for
valet/override switch. Mount switch in an area
easily accessible from the driver’s position.
2-Pin Connector: Plug-in connector for LED.
Mount LED in an area where it may be easily
seen from either side of the vehicle.
4-Pin Connector: Plug-in connector for
extended range receiver.
3-Pin Blue Connector: Not used.
3-Pin Black Connector: This connector links
the alarm module to the optional remote start
module using a 3-wire data-link harness.
2-Pin White Connector: Plug-in connector for
shock sensor.
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• BLACK/YELLOW WIRE (small) - not used.
• BLACK/YELLOW WIRE (large) - Start output
(+). Connect to the vehicle’s starter wire.
NOTE: If using the supplied starter defeat/antigrind relay socket, the large BLACK/YELLOW
wire should be connected to the same point as
the solid BLUE wire from the relay socket.
• RED WIRE -Main power input (+). Using the
supplied inline fuse holder, connect directly to
the vehicle’s battery or alternate power source
with a minimum 30 Amp supply.
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wire can be used as an optional auxiliary start
or stop input when connected to an external
device that supplies a pulsed ground output.
• BLACK/RED WIRE - Ground when running
output (-). This wire provides a ground when
the remote start is engaged to activate an
optional factory security bypass module.
• ORANGE/GRAY WIRE - Hood trigger (-).
Connect this wire to an optional hood pin
switch.The switch must provide a ground when
the switch is opened.
NOTE: If the ORANGE/GRAY wire on the
alarm module is already connected to the hood
pin, this wire may be left disconnected.
• YELLOW/BLACK WIRE - Factory disarm
output (-). The YELLOW/BLACK wire can be
programmed for use as a Factory Disarm
output, Ignition 3 output, Pulsed Defrosted
output, or Latched Defroster output.
Factory Disarm (default): Connect to the wire
that requires a ground pulse to disarm the
factory alarm. The YELLOW/BLACK wire will
pulse on disarm or remote start.
Ignition 3: For vehicles with a 3rd ignition
circuit, the YELLOW/BLACK wire may used to
trigger a relay for Ignition 3 power supply.
Defroster: Most rear defroster circuits are
usually activated by either a pulsed or latched
output from a switch in the vehicle. Test the
vehicle’s switch with a multi-meter to
determine the type of activation pulse required,
and also verify that the defroster automatically
turns off when the defroster cycle is complete.
Connect the YELLOW/BLACK wire to a relay
to trigger the vehicle’s defroster circuit and
program Remote Start Programmable Feature
#8 for the proper circuit type. See Remote Start
Programmable Features
7-Pin Starter Options Harness
• BLACK WIRE - Ground input (-). Connect to
a solid chassis ground that is clean and free of
paint or dirt.
• GRAY/BLACK WIRE - Tachometer input. If
the tach wire is unavailable, leave the
GRAY/BLACK wire disconnected, and set dip
switch #2 to ON.
• ORANGE/VIOLET WIRE - Glow plug light
input (+). For diesel vehicles without a glow
plug wire, no connection is needed. A 10second timer will engage before cranking the
starter. Most diesel vehicles will have a glow
plug wire located in the instrument cluster. For
these vehicles, test the wire to confirm proper
operation and connect to it. Negative glow
plug wire systems will show +12V when the the
glow plug (wait-to-start) light is on, then show
ground when the light turns off. Positive glow
plug wire systems will show ground when the
wait-to-start light is on.The ORANGE/VIOLET
wire automatically senses the system type and
should be connected directly to the glow plug
wire. When using the glow plug input, program
Remote Start Programmable Feature #8 with
button 2. For vehicles without a glow plug
wire, a 10-second timer will automatically
countdown before cranking the starter if no
glow plug connection is sensed.
• PINK WIRE - Auxiliary start input (-). This
3-Pin Black Connector: The data-link 3-wire
harness links the remote start module with the
alarm module.
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Complete Default Reset
Follow this procedure to set the Programming
Features to factory default settings.
1. Enter Alarm or Remote Start Feature
program mode.
2. After entering programming mode, press
Transmitter Button 1.
• The siren will chirp once indicating the
reset signal was received.
• All Programming options are now set to
factory default settings.
3. Turn ignition off.
SYSTEM PROGRAMMING
Entering Programming
To enter System Programming
1. Turn on ignition.
2. Within 5 seconds, press valet the proper
number of times for the desired mode:
5 presses = Alarm Programming
10 presses = Remote Start Programming
• The siren will chirp to indicate
programming mode entered:
5 chirps = Alarm Mode
10 chirps = Remote Start Mode
3. Press the valet switch the number times
equal to the Feature you want to change.
• The siren will chirp each time the valet
switch is pressed. A long chirp is equal to
5 presses. (Example: step 7 = 1 long chirp
and 2 short chirps.)
4. Within 5 seconds, press the transmitter
button corresponding to the desired
operating mode for that Feature.
• The siren will chirp either 1, 2, 3, or 4
times to indicate the button setting.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to change additional
features.
6. Turn off ignition to save changes.
ALARM PROGRAMMABLE FEATURES
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Function
Auto Rearming
Blue Wire Activation
Ignition Lock/Unlock
Door Lock/Unlock Pulse
Passive Arm Locking
Override Mode
Open Door Report
Siren or Horn Mode
Auxiliary Output Timing
Starter Defeat Relay
Anti-Carjack Mode
Trunk Disarm Feature
Alarm Programmable Features
1. Auto Rearm. Automatically rearms the
system in case of accidental disarming. The
system must be armed for at least 10 seconds
before disarming, and the hood/trunk must not
be opened or Auto Rearm will be bypassed.
Auto Rearm with Lock will also lock the doors
upon rearming.
2. Blue Wire Programming. Selects between a
20 or 30 second output after disarming for
Dome light operation (default), and a 20 or 30
second output after arming for window roll-up.
3. Ignition Lock/Unlock. Automatically locks
the doors when ignition is turned on and
Button 1
Off
Disarm 20s
Brake/On
1secL/1secUL
No Lock
No PIN Code
60 seconds
Siren
Momentary
Normally Closed
Off
Off
Button 2
On/No Lock
Disarm 30s
On/On
3secL/3secUL
Lock
PIN Code
Instant
Horn
10s Timed
Normally Open
On
On
16
Button 3
On/Re-Lock
Arm 20s
On/Off
1secL/1secULx2
Button 4
30 seconds
45 seconds*
30s Timed
Latched
Arm 30s
Off/Off
30secL/1secUL
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unlocks when ignition is turned off.The system
will not lock if any door is open when the
ignition is turned on. Brake/On mode- the
doors will lock after closing all doors and
pressing the brake pedal with ignition on; the
doors will unlock when ignition is turned off.
On/On mode- the doors will automatically lock
or unlock when ignition is turned on and off.
On/Off mode- the doors will automatically lock
with ignition, but not unlock with ignition. Off
mode- no ignition control of door lock system.
4. Door Lock/Unlock Pulse. Selects between
four door lock configurations: a 1-second lock
and unlock pulse (standard), a 3-second lock
and unlock pulse (for vacuum locks), a 1-second
lock and two 1-second unlock pulses (for some
Japanese cars), or a 30-second lock pulse and 1second unlock pulse (for automatic window
roll-up on some European cars).
5. Passive Locking. Allows the system to
automatically lock the doors on Passive Arming.
6. Override Mode. Selects normal or PIN
code mode for Emergency Override feature.
7. Open Door Report. Sets the amount of
delay before providing an open door zone
warning after arming. Settings are 60-second
delay, instant (no delay), 30-second delay, and
45-second delay with instant triggering (no
warn after delay).
8. Siren / Horn Output. Selects between siren
or horn programming for the siren output wire.
Note: when the siren or horn mode is set for
chirps, the arm/disarm chirps may be toggled on
or off at any time using the transmitter. If the
siren or horn chirps are set to off, the chirps
cannot be toggled on/off using the transmitter.
9. Auxiliary Function. Selectable for
Momentary,Timed, or Latched operation.
Momentary operation provides an output for .8
seconds.
Timed operation provides an output that turns
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on for 10 /30 seconds or each time the
transmitter button is pressed. If the button is
pressed again during the timed period, the
output will turn off.
Latched operation provides an output that
turns on when the transmitter button is pressed
and turns off when the button is pressed again.
10. Starter Defeat Relay operation. Selects
between normally closed (default) or normally
open operation.
11. Anti-Carjack Mode. Enables the AntiCarjacking feature.
12. Trunk Disarm Feature. When selected,
activating the Auxiliary function to open the
trunk will automatically disarm the system.
IMPACT SENSOR ADJUST
The system’s impact sensor has 8 levels of
sensitivity (level 1=most sensitive) which can be
adjusted using the remote transmitter.
To adjust the system’s impact sensor:
1. Make sure the system is disarmed and
ignition is turned off.
2. Press and hold button 4 for level shift.
3. Press button 4 again to enter adjust mode.
• The siren will chirp a number of times
to indicate the current sensitivity level.
4. Press button 1 to decrease sensitivity or
button 2 to increase sensitivity.
• The siren will chirp a number of times
to indicate the new sensitivity level.
5. Test the sensitivity.
• The siren will chirp 5 times to indicate
warn-away and sound for 3 seconds to
indicate full trigger.
5. When desired sensitivity is reached, press
and hold button 4 for level shift.
6. Press button 4 again to exit adjust mode.
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Remote Start Programmable Features
1. Engine Run Time. Selects between 10, 15,
20, and 30 minute run cycles.
2. Turbo Timer Feature. For vehicles equipped
with a turbocharger, this feature allows the
engine to continue running for up to 6 minutes
after the ignition is turned off, so the turbo has
time to cool down.
3. Cold Temperature Starting. Allows the
vehicle to automatically start and run every 1,
2, 4, or 12 hours for severe cold weather.
4. Parking Light Mode. Selects the operation
of the parking light output while the vehicle is
remote started. Choose between flashing
output, constant output, and off.
5. Lock with Remote Start. Automatically
locks the doors after remote starting.
6. Lock with Remote Shutdown. Automatically locks the doors 5 seconds after the
remote start is shut down.
7. Yellow/Black Wire Programming. Selects
between Factory Disarm, 3rd ignition (relay
required), and Pulsed or Latched Defroster
output. When set for Factory Disarm output,
the Yellow/Black wire pulses on disarm and
remote start to turn off a factory alarm. When
set for 3rd Ignition output, the wire turns on
with Ignition 1 and 2 relays. When set to Pulsed
Defroster output, the wire pulses 10 seconds
after remote starting. When set to Latched
Defroster, the wire turns on 10 seconds after
remote starting and remains on for 5 minutes.
8. Diesel Wait-to-Start Mode. Selects between
the 10 second countdown timer for diesel
vehicles without a glow plug wire, or between
glow plug wire monitoring for vehicles with a
wait-to-start indicator light.
REMOTE START DIP SWITCHES
1. Tachless Mode Crank Time. OFF= standard
(0.8 seconds) crank time. ON= extended (1.8
seconds) crank time for the tachless operation
mode. Not used when RPM monitoring with
tach wire is connected.
2. Engine Start Sense. OFF= Tach Start for
actual RPM monitored starting. ON= Smart
Start for tachless operation.
3. Ignition 2 Relay Program. OFF= Ignition 2
operation. ON= Accessory 2 operation. In
accessory 2 mode the output will not turn on
until after engine cranking.
4. Transmission Mode. OFF= automatic
transmission. ON= manual transmission.
5. Gas/Diesel Mode. Sets the crank delay after
ignition turns on. OFF= gasoline engine. ON=
diesel engine. See Orange/Violet (Glow Plug) wire
description and Remote Start Programmable
Features step#8
6. RPM Signal LED. ON= Turns on the RPM
LED for tach wire locating/testing.
REMOTE START PROGRAMMABLE FEATURES
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Function
Engine Run Time
Turbo Timer Mode
Cold Start Timer
Parking Light w/Start
Lock on Remote Start
Lock on End Start Cycle
Yellow/Black Wire Program
Diesel Wait-to-Start Mode
Button 1
10 minutes
Off
1 hour
Flashing
No lock
No Lock
Factory Disarm
10 second timer
Button 2
15 minutes
I minute
2 hours
Continuous
Lock
Lock
Ignition 3 output
Glow Plug Input
18
Button 3
20 minutes
3 minutes
4 hours
Off
Button 4
30 minutes
6 minutes
12 hours
Defroster pulse
Defroster latch
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REMOTE START NOTES
Smart Start and Tach Start
In order for the system to properly start and
run the vehicle, the unit must be able to
determine if the engine is cranking or if the
engine is actually running. This system is
equipped with two means of detecting the
engine’s run status: Smart Start and Tach Start.
The Smart Start feature detects the engine’s run
status using specially designed software that
interprets certain characteristics of the engine,
without connection to the vehicle’s tachometer
wire.This feature allows a faster installation, but
may not be compatible with all vehicles, or
under extreme temperatures.
The Tach Start feature requires connection the
the vehicle’s tachometer wire, or an injector
wire if the tach wire is not available. The Tach
Start provides reliable operation with virtually
any vehicle, even under extreme temperatures.
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Gas and Diesel Modes
The default setting for the engine mode is Gas
Engine. For diesel vehicles, the engine type for
dip switch #5 must be set to Diesel Engine.
When programmed for diesel engines, the
Orange/Violet wire (glow plug input) is
monitored to make sure the glow plugs have
warmed up before the engine begins cranking. If
the glow plug wire is not connected, the unit
has a built-in timer that waits 10 seconds
before cranking the starter.
BYPASSING FACTORY THEFT
DETERRENT SYSTEMS
Many newer vehicles are now factory-equipped
with anti-theft systems that use either a
resistor coded key or a passive transponder
that disables the fuel system unless a properly
coded key is inserted into the ignition cylinder.
To integrate a remote starter into these
vehicles, you must determine which type of
factory anti-theft system is equipped, then use
the proper bypass module for that system.
Tach Wire Locator
To aid in the locating and testing of a suitable
tach wire, the start module is equipped with a
LED that flashes to indicate presence of a RPM
signal. To use this tach locator, set dip switch #6
to On and be sure dip switch #2 is set for RPM
(Off). With the engine running, probe the
suspected tach wire with the Gray/Black wire
(tach input). The LED will begin flashing if the
Gray/Black wire is reading a proper tach signal.
If the LED does not flash, continue testing
suspected tach wires until the correct wire is
found. After the proper tach wire is located
and all start module connections have been
made, test the remote start by pressing the
engine start button on the module located next
to the RPM signal LED. If the engine starts and
runs properly, press the button again to stop
the engine.
General Motors Anti-theft Systems:
Many late-model GM vehicles are equipped
with one of three basic anti-theft systems;
Passkey, Passlock, and Passkey 3. Standard
Passkey systems are easily identified by the
resistor chip visible on the shaft of the key.
Passlock systems do not rely on a resistor
equipped key. Instead they use a resistance
code generated when the key is turned in the
ignition cylinder. Both of these systems have an
anti-theft indicator in the instrument cluster.
To properly interface into these systems and
retain full functionality of the factory anti-theft
system, VATS/PASSLOCK bypass module must
be installed.
The Passkey 3 system, which is found on GM
vehicles 1999 and newer, is a transponder based
system described below.
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Passive Transponder Systems:
Passive transponder systems have become the
most popular anti-theft system among vehicle
manufacturers (Ford, Honda, BMW, Toyota,
Nissan and others). This system requires use of
a tiny passive transmitter housed in the base of
the key. This device activates when placed close
to the vehicle’s ignition switch. The starter will
usually crank but the fuel system will be
disabled, not allowing the vehicle to run, if the
transponder is not detected. To properly
interface i n t o transponder systems, a
transponder bypass module must be
installed. These modules allow full
functionality of the factory anti-theft system
and usually require the use of a spare key.
ADDING TRANSMITTERS
To add a new transmitter to the system have
the desired transmitters ready and follow the
Code Learning sequence.
To enter Code Learning Mode:
1. Turn the ignition on, off, on, off and leave on.
• The siren will chirp.
2. Press and hold the Override switch.
• The siren will chirp 3 times.
3. Release the Override switch.
4. Press the Lock Button on the transmitter.
• The siren will chirp once.
5. Repeat step 3 for each additional
transmitter, up to four total transmitters.
• The siren will chirp an additional time for
each added transmitter.
6. Turn off the ignition.
• The siren will chirp 3 times.
NOTE: If a transmitter is lost or stolen, make sure
to code all 4 transmitter memory locations.
(Example: If only one transmitter is used, repeat
step 3 three more times to remove any
previously programmed transmitters.)
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STARTER DEFEAT RELAY WIRING DIAGRAMS
The Starter Defeat/Anti-Grind relay socket can be wired in either normally closed or normally
open configuration. In either configuration, the Starter Defeat relay also provides Anti-Grind
protection during remote start control, to prevent accidentally grinding the starter if attempting
to start the vehicle using the key. The main unit default setting is normally closed operation.
In normally closed configuration (default), the starter is only disabled when the alarm is powered
up and in the armed state. In the event power to the alarm module is disconnected, the vehicle
will be able to start using the key, even if the alarm had been armed prior to power loss. The
normally closed configuration is considered a fail-safe because the vehicle will still start if the
alarm loses power (blown fuse, etc.). This is the recommended installation method.
The normally open configuration provides a higher level of security by only allowing the vehicle
to start if the system powered up and is in the disarmed state. If power to the system is lost
for any reason, even while disarmed, the vehicle will be unable to start. The normally open
configuration provides the highest level of security but without fail-safe. If the normally open
configuration is selected, Programmable Alarm Feature step 10 must be set to button 2.
STARTER DEFEAT NORMALLY CLOSED
STARTER DEFEAT NORMALLY OPEN
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RELAY WIRING DIAGRAMS
HORN HONK DIAGRAMS
DOME LIGHT DIAGRAMS
DEFROSTER DIAGRAMS
TRUNK RELEASE DIAGRAM
OPTIONAL HEADLIGHT ACTIVATION
Program the Auxiliary output for timed operation and
the headlights will turn on with Auxiliary for the preset
timer duration then automatically turn off.
Program the Auxiliary output for latched operation
and the headlights will turn on with Auxiliary and
remain on until the Auxiliary function is pressed again.
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DOOR LOCK WIRING DIAGRAMS
NEGATIVE PULSE LOCK SYSTEM
POSITIVE PULSE LOCK SYSTEM
ADDING ACTUATORS
VACUUM LOCK SYSTEM
REVERSE POLARITY LOCK SYSTEM
NOTE: The Black/Red door lock polarity input wire connects to the short Red or short Black wire in the 14pin main harness depending on door lock circuit type. For vacuum systems cut the Red/Black jumper to
separate the lock/unlock relay inputs, and connect each side of the wire to the proper polarity.
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ALARM MODULE WIRING DIAGRAM
Blue
Black/Red
Blue/Black
Green
Black/Red
Green/Black
Lock relay common 30 [10A fuse]
Lock relay normally open 87
Lock relay normally closed 87a
Unlock relay common 30 [10A fuse]
Unlock relay normally open 87
Unlock relay normally closed 87a
Red
Black
Blue
Black/Yellow
Orange/Violet
Blue/Red
Orange/White
Green/Black
Green/Yellow
Yellow
Gray
Yellow/Black
Blue/Black
Orange/Gray
+12V Battery input (+)
Ground (-)
Dome light output (-) 500mA
Starter defeat/anti-grind output (-) 500mA
Brake input (+)
Door trigger input (+)
Trunk input (-)
Parking light output (+ built-in relay)
Parking light output (+ built-in relay)
Ignition input (+)
Siren output (+) 3A
Auxiliary output (-) 500mA
Door trigger input (-)
Hood input (-)
Optional sensor +12V output
Ground
Optional sensor instant trigger input (-)
Optional sensor warn input (-)
Valet switch
LED
3-Pin Data-Link cable
2-Pin Shock Sensor
Antenna cable
Not Used
module side view
OPTIONAL START MODULE WIRING DIAGRAM
Red
Green
Blue
Yellow
Black/Yellow
Black/Yellow
+12V Battery input (+)
Ignition 2 output (+)
Accessory output (+)
Ignition 1 input (+)
Starter output (+)
(small gauge) not used
Black
Gray/Black
Orange/Violet
Pink
Black/Red
Orange/Gray
Yellow/Black
Ground (-)
Tachometer input
Glow plug input (+/-)
Remote start input (-)
Remote start output (-) 500mA
Hood input (-)
Progammable output (-) 500mA
Data-Link Cable (links alarm and start module)
DIP Switches - Default setting is OFF position (see Remote Start Dip Switches)
Starter Test Button
RPM Signal LED
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