Avital 6500 Installation manual

Avital 6500 Installation manual
AviStart 6500 Installation Manual
Table of Contents
Important Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Recommended Installation Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Recommended Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Main Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Pin Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Installation Procedures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Control Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
RangeMaster™ Super Heterodyne Receiver Module . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Wireloom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
LED Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Valet Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Zone2™ Impact Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Additional Sensor Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Alarm Armed Signal (-) Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Brake Lights (Mandatory) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Parking Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Reverse Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Interior Light Illumination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Channel 2 Accessory Output (Trunk Release). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Channel 6 Accessory Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Channel 9 Accessory Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Remote Start Armed Signal (-) Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Factory Alarm Disarm (-) Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Accessory Remote Start (-) Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Trunk Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Ignition Switch Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Remote Engine Start Neutral Safety Switch Bulletin . . . . . . . . . . 13
Door Lock/Unlock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Door Lock Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Tach Wire (RPM Monitoring) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Hood Switch (Mandatory) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Siren . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Power and Ground Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Mandatory RPM Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Programmable Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Programming Table for System Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Programming Table for Remote Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
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Important Information
Recommended Installation Tools
Voltmeter
Wire Strippers
Electric Drill & Bits
Phillips Screwdriver
Convoluted Tubing *
Solder Gun *
Wire Crimpers
Shrink Tube or Electrical Tape
* Optional
Recommended Procedures
1. Test all circuits with a voltmeter.
2. Make all wiring connections with the supplied solderless crimp
connectors. DO NOT twist wires or use scotch-lok connectors.
3. Route the small and large RED, RED/WHITE and BLACK wires from the
control unit directly to the battery.
4. Keep extensions as short as possible. Use same gauge wires for short
extensions and larger gauge wires for longer extensions.
5. Before installing, discuss the placement of the LED indicator and valet
switch with the vehicle owner.
6. DO NOT disconnect the battery cables. Make all connections by
removing the bolts from the cable clamps without detaching the clamp.
7. Turn off dome light or remove dome light fuse to prevent battery drain.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Any changes or modifications
made to the system without the express approval of Avital Technologies, Inc.
could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
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Main Wiring Diagram - 16 Pin
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Main Wiring Diagram - 12 Pin
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Satellite Relay Module Diagram
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16 Pin Connector
Pin Number
Wire Color
Description
1
BLUE / ORANGE
Accessory Remote Start (-) Input
2
YELLOW
Brake Switch (+) Input
3
YELLOW / BLACK
Reverse Light (+) Input
4
TAN
Hood Switch (-) Input
5
TAN / BLACK
Trunk Switch (-) Input
6
GREEN
Second Stage Unlock (-) Output
7
PINK
Ignition Switched +12 Volt Input
8
WHITE / LIGHT GREEN
Tachometer Input
9
RED / WHITE
Parking Light Polarity Input (+) or (-) Select
10
RED / BLACK
Parking Light Output
11
GREEN / BLACK
Unlock Switch Side
12
GREEN / WHITE
Unlock Motor Side
13
GREEN / RED
Unlock Polarity (+) or (-) Select
Lock Switch Side
14
BLUE / BLACK
15
BLUE / WHITE
Lock Motor Side
16
BLUE / RED
Lock Polarity (+) or (-) Select
12 Pin Connector
Pin Number
Wire Color
Description
1
GRAY
Alarm Armed Signal (-) Output
Remote Start Activated (-) Output
2
GRAY / BLACK
3
GRAY / WHITE
Factory Alarm Disarm (-) Output
4
DARK BLUE
Channel 2 (-) Output (Trunk Release)
5
LIGHT BLUE
Channel 6 (-) Output
6
BLUE / YELLOW
Channel 9 (-) Output
7
RED
Battery (+)
8
WHITE
Door Trigger
9
VIOLET
Siren (-) Output
10
WHITE / BLACK
Door Trigger Input Polarity (+) or (-) Select
11
BLACK
Battery (-)
12
ORANGE
Optional Sensor (-) Input
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6 Pin Connector
Pin Number
Wire Color
Description
1
YELLOW
Starter Interrupt Switch Side
2
GRAY
Heater / AC Output
3
VIOLET
Starter Interrupt Starter Side
4
PINK
Ignition Output
5
RED
Battery (+)
6
PINK
Ignition Output
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Installation Procedures
Control Unit
1. Select a location under the dash that will allow you to use the tie wraps to
securely fasten the control unit.
2. Mount the control unit as high as possible to ensure maximum security.
3. Do not mount the control unit near moving parts.
4. Avoid areas that are in the direct path of air blowing from the vents.
5. Route wires from this point, leaving slack for ease of service.
RangeMaster™ Super Heterodyne Receiver Module
1. Plug the receiver module WHITE connector into the control unit WHITE
plug.
2. Use tie wraps to fasten the receiver module as far from the control unit as
possible.
3. Route the antenna cable behind the driver side windshield pillar, above
the headliner and behind the rear view mirror.
4. Use the small mounting tabs to attach the antenna to the windshield,
behind the rear view mirror approximately 2" below the top of the
windshield. Attach verticaly for maximum performance.
Wireloom
1. Plug the wirelooms securely into the control unit and satellite relay
module.
2. Route wires from the control module and satellite relay module directly to
each connection point.
3. Separate the small and large RED, RED/WHITE, BLACK, TAN, VIOLET
and WHITE/GREEN wires.
4. Sleeve these wires with vinyl tubing or electrical tape and route them
through an existing rubber grommet into the engine compartment.
5. If an existing grommet is not available, drill a hole and install a snap
grommet.
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LED Indicator
1. Discuss placement with the owner.
2. Choose a location that is visible from both sides of the vehicle.
3. Drill a ¼" hole.
4. Route the LED wires through the hole and press LED into place.
5. Route the LED wires to the control unit.
6. Plug the RED LED connector into the control unit RED plug.
Valet Switch
1. Discuss placement with the owner.
2. Choose a location for the valet switch that is hidden, but convenient for
the owner to access.
3. Drill a ¼" hole and mount the switch.
4. Route the valet switch wires to the control unit.
5. Plug the valet switch WHITE connector into the control unit WHITE plug.
Zone2™ Impact Sensor
The sensor must be firmly mounted on a solid metal surface inside the vehicle.
We recommend tie wrapping the sensor to the steering column housing or
steering column support bracket. DO NOT mount the sensor near moving
parts or in the direct path of an air duct opening.
1. Plug the impact sensor BLUE 4-pin connector into the control unit BLUE
4-pin connector.
2. Route the impact sensor harness to the chosen mounting location.
3. Using the long tie wraps supplied, securely fasten the impact sensor
allowing access to the adjustment screws.
Additional Sensor Input
The ORANGE wire is a (-) trigger input with a 5 second arming delay. This
input can be used for optional sensors such a glass sensor, radar sensor or any
other type of sensor that provides a (-) ground output when triggered.
Alarm Armed Signal (-) Output
The GRAY wire will provide a continual 300 M.A. output whenever the alarm is
armed. This output can be used for voice modules, window roll-up modules and
any other optional accessory that requires a (-) output when the alarm is armed.
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Brake Lights (Mandatory)
As a safety feature, the unit monitors the brake light to
prevent an unauthorized driver from driving the car and to switch to
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normal engine operating condition. For this reason, the YELLOW
brake light input wire must be connected and the brake light must be
in working condition or the remote start will not operate properly.
1. Turn the ignition key to the "ON" position, then press the brake pedal and
make sure the brake light illuminates.
2. Use a voltmeter to find the one wire at the brake light switch (usually
located on the upper brake pedal arm) that shows +12 volts when you
press the brake pedal and 0 volts when the brake pedal is not depressed.
3. Connect the 18 ga YELLOW wire to the vehicle brake light switch wire.
Parking Lights
1. If the parking lights are positive trigger, connect the RED/WHITE wire to
the battery positive (+) terminal through the 20 amp fuse assembly.
NOTE: Do not connect the RED/WHITE wire to the control unit RED wire.
2. If the parking lights are negative (-) trigger, connect the RED/WHITE wire
to control unit BLACK wire.
3. Connect the RED/BLACK wire to the vehicle parking light wire.
Reverse Light
Some vehicles allow you to remove the gear shift
selector from "Park" even while the ignition key is not on. As a safety
I CAUTION:
feature, the system will monitor the reverse wire. If the vehicle is
removed from "Park" while in the remote start mode, the system will
shut down immediately.
1. Set the parking brake.
2. Turn the ignition key to the "ON" position and adjust the gear shift selector
to "Reverse."
3. Use a voltmeter to find the wire that will show +12 volts in "Reverse" and
0 volts in "Park."
4. Connect the YELLOW/BLACK wire to the vehicle’s reverse light wire.
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Interior Light Illumination
1. Connect the WHITE wire to the vehicle door trigger wire.
2. If the door trigger is negative, connect the WHITE/BLACK wire to ground.
3. If the door trigger wire is positive switching, connect the WHITE/BLACK
wire to a fused constant +12 volt source. Do note use the alarm RED wire.
Channel 2 Accessory Output (Trunk Release)
The DARK BLUE wire provides a 0.75 second ground output when the
TRUNK button is pressed for 1-2 seconds while the alarm is disarmed only. If
the TRUNK button is continually pressed, the output will stay at ground as
long as the button is held. Most factory trunk releases are positive trigger and
require an optional relay.
Channel 6 Accessory Output
The LIGHT BLUE wire provides a 0.75 second ground output when the
ARM/DISARM and SILENT buttons are pressed at the same time for 1-2
seconds. If the ARM/DISARM and SILENT buttons are continually pressed, the
output will stay at ground as long as the buttons are held. This output can be
used for optional accessories such as window roll-up/down or any other
accessory requiring a (-) input.
Channel 9 Accessory Output
The BLUE/YELLOW wire provides a 0.75 second output when the SILENT and
START buttons are pressed at the same time for 1-2 seconds. If the SILENT and
START button are continually pressed, the output will stay at ground as long
as the buttons are held. This output can be used for optional accessories such
as a fuel filler door release or any other accessory requiring a (-) input.
Remote Start Armed Signal (-) Output
The GRAY/BLACK wire will provide a continual ground output for as long as
the vehicle is in the remote start mode. This output can be used for additional
ignition, starter or heater/AC relays, as well as VATS, Passlok and Passkey
bypass.
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Factory Alarm Disarm (-) Output
The GRAY/WHITE wire will provide a 0.75 second ground output when the
START button is pressed.
1. Arm the vehicle factory alarm system.
2. Use a volt/ohmmeter to locate the one wire that will show ground only
when the driver door key cylinder is held in the unlock position.
NOTE: most factory alarm disarm wires will show 8-12 volts while
armed. A few vehicle disarm wires will rest at a neutral state while
armed. Regardless of type, both types will change to ground when the
key cylinder is turned to unlock.
3. Connect the GRAY/WHITE wire to the factory alarm disarm wire.
Accessory Remote Start (-) Input
The BLUE/ORANGE wire will accept a (-) input pulse to activate the
remote start.
Trunk Switch
1. Locate the vehicle trunk switch that shows ground when the trunk is
open only.
2. Connect the alarm module TAN/BLACK wire to the vehicle trunk switch
wire.
3. If the vehicle does not have a trunk switch, install a pin switch and
connect it to the alarm module TAN/BLACK wire.
Ignition Switch Connections
NOTE: Because these wires can draw high current, we recommend that they
be soldered and shrink tubed or taped. If only one PINK wire is needed, tape
the end of the second PINK wire to prevent a short circuit. The main control
module has an 18 ga PINK wire that must be connected to the vehicle
ignition wire with one of the satellite module 14 ga wires.
Ignition #1 Ignition #2
The satellite relay module has two onboard 30-amp relays. Most vehicles have
only one ignition wire necessary to start the vehicle. Some vehicles have two
ignition wires. Make all wire connections at the ignition switch wire harness.
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1. Use a voltmeter to locate the wire(s) that show +12 volts while the ignition
key is in the "ON," "CRANK" and "RUN" positions and 0 volts when the
ignition key is in the "OFF" position.
2. Connect the 18 and 14 ga PINK wires to the vehicle ignition wire.
3. If the vehicle has a second ignition wire, connect the other 14 ga wire.
Heater/AC
The satellite relay module has one onboard 30-amp relay. Most vehicles have
only one heater/AC wire. If additional heater/AC wires are required to activate
the vehicle’s heater/AC system, an additional 30-amp relay must be added.
Do not use the GRAY wire to power more than one heater/AC wire.
1. Use a voltmeter to find the wire(s) that show +12 volts when the ignition
key is in the "ON" position, 0 volts while the starter is cranking and +12
volts while running.
2. Cut this wire in half. Start the vehicle and turn the blower switch on. The
blower should not turn on.
3. Connect the GRAY wire to the heater/AC wire.
Starter
Review the "Safety Bulletin" and diagrams on pages
14-16 prior to installing the starter system.
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1. Use a voltmeter to find the wire that shows +12 volts while the ignition
key is in the "CRANK" position only and 0 volts while the key is in the
"OFF," "ON" and "RUN" positions.
2. Cut the wire in half. Test by trying to crank the starter with the ignition
key. If it will not crank, you have the correct wire.
3. Connect the YELLOW wire to the ignition switch side of the starter wire.
4. Connect the VIOLET wire to the starter solenoid side of the starter wire.
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Remote Engine Start Neutral Safety Switch Bulletin
A neutral safety switch is a mechanism on almost every vehicle equipped with
an automatic transmission. The neutral safety switch prevents the vehicle from
starting while the gear shift selector is in "Reverse" or "Forward" gear positions.
There are basically two types of neutral safety switches. The most common is
the mechanical (separate) neutral safety switch. A small group of vehicles use
a combined neutral safety switch.
Type "A" (separate)
The mechanical neutral safety switch is located between the ignition switch
and the starter solenoid. The starter wire runs directly from the back of the
ignition switch to the neutral safety switch and then to the starter solenoid.
When adding a remote engine starter, make starter wire connections as close
to the ignition switch as possible to ensure your connections are between the
ignition switch and the neutral safety switch.
Type "B" (combined)
Some vehicles combine the neutral safety switch and the steering column shift
mechanism together. The starter wires run from the "combined" switch directly
to the starter solenoid. The remote start wire connection cannot be made
between the ignition switch and the neutral safety switch. As a result, if the
vehicle was left in gear with the key in the ignition and not in the locked
position, the vehicle could move forward or backward if a remote start
attempt was made.
The combined type neutral safety switch requires an additional relay to
prevent the vehicle from remote starting while the key is in the ignition. Use
the attached test procedure and relay wiring diagrams. Install the complete
remote start unit and test all safety features before conducting the test
procedure.
Currently, the only vehicles with the combined neutral safety switch that
Avital is aware of are General Motors trucks, GM sport utility vehicles, GM
column shift passenger cars and Dodge Dakota pickup trucks. There may be
additional vehicles with the combined neutral safety switch that require the
additional relay.
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NOTE: Use the following test procedure upon completion of every remote
start regardless of the make and model of the vehicle
Test Procedure
Be sure there is at least 5 feet of unobstructed clearance
at the front and rear of the vehicle. Make sure to alert anyone near
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the vehicle you are testing that the vehicle may move forward
slightly.
1. Apply the parking brake.
2. Turn the ignition key to the "ON" position and place the vehicle in
"DRIVE."
3. Turn the ignition as close to the "OFF" position as possible. (Most vehicles
will not allow the key to turn off completely.)
4. Place your foot over the brake pedal without touching it. Be prepared to
step on the brake if the starter engages.
5. Activate the remote engine starter.
6. If the vehicle starter engages, immediately press the brake pedal to
disengage (shut down) the remote start. You have a "combined" type
neutral safety switch and you will have to add an additional relay as
shown in the diagram.
7. If the vehicle starter does not engage, no additional relays are required.
All vehicles have a "key in the ignition" reminder circuit (key minder) that will
sound a chime or buzzer while the key is in the ignition and the driver’s door
is open. The following diagrams will illustrate how to interface the key-minder
wires and a relay to prevent the vehicle from remote starting while the key is
in the ignition.
The wire color codes are subject to change. Check all wires with a
volt/ohmmeter. If you have any questions, please contact the Avital Technical
Support Department.
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General Motors Sport Utility Vehicles, Trucks and
Column Shift Passenger Vehicles
Dodge Dakota Pickup Trucks
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Door Lock/Unlock
The system has onboard door lock relays to lock and unlock all of the doors as
well as a two-stage unlock. The diagrams on pages 17-20 will illustrate
standard lock/unlock and two-stage unlock.
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Tach Wire (RPM Monitoring)
The AviStart is designed to monitor the vehicle RPM by connecting directly to
the vehicle tachometer wire which is usually located at the distributor,
ignition coil or diagnostic plug. On most vehicles, the tach wire is easily
accessible. If the tach wire is not accessible, there are several alternative
choices. Contact Avital Technical Support Department for alternate choices.
The following procedure for testing the vehicle tach wire is not exact and may
vary with different vehicle make, model and year. We recommend that you
refer to your AviFax documents for tach color code and location information.
1. Set your voltmeter to the AC voltage scale.
2. Start the vehicle. Use the voltmeter to find a wire that will show 1 to 5
volts AC while the vehicle is idle and increase an additional 1 to 5 volts
AC when the engine RPM is raised to 3000-4000 RPM.
3. Connect the WHITE/GREEN wire to the vehicle tach wire.
Hood Switch (Mandatory)
As a safety precaution, the hood switch prevents the vehicle from starting
when the hood is open. If the vehicle is in the remote start mode and the hood
is opened, the remote start will immediately shut down. The hood switch will
also trigger the alarm when opened.
1. Choose a location under the hood away from direct exposure to water or
water drain areas.
2. Check for proper hood clearance.
3. Make sure the hood switch will make contact with a flat surface on the
hood when closed.
4. Drill a 5/16" mounting hole.
5. Mount the hood switch.
6. Connect the TAN wire to the hood switch.
7. Make sure the hood makes contact with hood switch when closed and
presses the hood switch straight down to prevent wear.
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Siren
1. Choose a location in the engine compartment away from high heat engine
components, moving parts and direct exposure to water.
2. Make sure the siren and siren wires cannot be seen or reached from below
the vehicle.
3. Mount the siren with the two self tapping screws to a solid metal surface.
4. Connect the siren BLACK wire to the alarm module VIOLET wire.
5. Connect the siren RED wire to the alarm module RED wire.
Power and Ground Connections
Do not plug in the system fuses until the final step
below.
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1. Connect the 18 ga RED wire to one end of a supplied 20 amp fuse
assembly.
2. If the vehicle parking lights are positive trigger, connect the RED/WHITE
wire to one end of the other supplied 20 amp fuse assembly.
3. Connect the BLACK wire to the 10 mm ring terminal.
4. Connect the 10 ga RED wire to one end of both 30-amp fuse assemblies.
5. Connect the other ends of the 18 ga RED and RED/WHITE wire fuse
assemblies to the 10 mm ring terminal.
6. Connect the other end of the 10 ga RED wire fuse assembly to the other
10 mm ring terminal.
7. Remove the (+) and (-) battery bolts. Do not disconnect the battery clamps.
8. Connect the empty fuse assemblies to the (+) battery terminal.
9. Connect the BLACK wire to the (-) battery terminal.
10. Inspect all wiring. Make sure all wires are connected correctly.
11. Install the 5 amp fuse in the 18 ga RED wire fuse assembly.
12. Install the 20 amp fuse in the RED/WHITE wire fuse assembly.
13. Install the two 20 amp fuses in the 10 ga RED wire fuse assemblies.
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Mandatory RPM Programming
In order to remote start the vehicle engine and prevent over-grinding of the
starter motor, the engine RPM must be programmed into the system memory.
1. Start the engine with the ignition key. Let the engine warm up until it
reaches a normal idle RPM (typically 700-900 RPM).
2. Turn the ignition key "OFF."
3. Start the engine with the ignition key.
4. Within 10 seconds of starting the vehicle, begin flicking the valet switch
on then off 15 times (counting the siren chirps).
NOTE: Stop on the 15th chirp. See the "Programming Table for System
Features" on page 24.
5. Press and hold the remote START button.
6. The parking lights will flash two times to confirm the RPMs have been
memorized.
7. Release the START button.
8. Turn the engine off.
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Programmable Features
All AviStart system and remote control programmable features are
accomplished by turning the ignition key to the "ON" position or starting
the engine and flicking the valet switch on and off a preset number of times.
The siren will chirp for audible programming confirmation.
The AviStart also allows the user to add new remote controls in one step,
delete lost or stolen remote controls or rearrange the factory preset remote
control functions.
1. Remove the system from Protected Valet Mode. Programming cannot be
accessed while the system is in Protected Valet Mode indicated by the
LED on solid red.
2. Select the feature you wish to program from the "Programming Table for
System Features" or the "Programming Table for Remote Controls" on
pages 24-25. Note the number of chirps associated with that feature.
3. Turn the ignition key to the "ON" position.
4. Within 10 seconds, begin flicking the valet switch on and off. The siren
will chirp once each time you flick the switch on then off.
5. Continue flicking the switch on and off, counting the number of chirps.
NOTE: Stop when you reach the number of chirps associated with your
chosen feature.
6. Follow the "Secondary Action." You will hear a number of chirps to
confirm that you have changed the setting of that feature.
7. Turn the ignition key "OFF."
8. Repeat steps 1-7 for any other feature you wish to program.
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Programming Table for System Features
Factory No. of
Setting Chirps
Feature
Secondary Action
Active/Passive Arming
Passive
4
Wait 3 seconds, the siren will chirp once
for active, twice for passive.
Passive Door Lock
OFF
5
Wait 3 seconds, the siren will chirp once
for OFF, twice for ON.
Passive Arming Chirp/Light
Flash Confirmation
ON
6
Wait 3 seconds, the siren will chirp once
for OFF, twice for ON.
Remote Arming Siren Chirps
ON
7
Wait 3 seconds, the siren will chirp once
for OFF, twice for ON
Siren Duration
30-60 Seconds
30
8
Wait 3 seconds, the siren will chir.p once
for 60, twice for 30.
2 Pulse Unlock
1 Pulse
9
Wait 3 seconds, the siren will chirp once
for 2 pulse, twice for 1 pulse.
Door Lock/Unlock Output
Duration
1 or 3 Seconds
1
Second
10
Wait 3 seconds, the siren will chirp once
for 3 second, twice for 1 second.
Ignition-Controlled Door
Lock/Unlock
ON
11
Wait 3 seconds, the siren will chirp once
for OFF, twice for ON.
Programmable 0 or 3 Second
Delay for Ignition-Controlled
Door Lock
0
Seconds
12
Wait 3 seconds, the siren will chirp once
for 3 seconds, twice for 0 seconds.
RPM Door Lock
OFF
13
Wait 3 seconds, the siren will chirp once
for OFF, twice for ON.
Door Ajar Indication
ON
14
Wait 3 seconds, the siren will chirp once
for OFF, twice for ON.
Mandatory RPM Programming
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See "Mandatory RPM Programming"
on page 23.
Remote Start Run Time
20 or 30 Minutes
20
16
Wait 3 seconds, the siren will chirp once
for 30 minutes, twice for 20 minutes.
Remote Start Pre-Ignition
2 or 15 Seconds
2
Seconds
17
Wait 3 seconds, the siren will chirp once
for 15 seconds, twice for 2.
Temperature-Controlled
Starting
OFF or 5°F (-15°C)
OFF
18
Wait 3 seconds, the siren will chirp once
for OFF, twice for 5°F (-15°C).
Temperature-Controlled
Starting
-7°F (-20°C) or -22°F (-30°C)
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19
Wait 3 seconds, the siren will chirp once
for -7°F (-20°C), twice for -22°F (-30°C).
Security Start Locks™
ON
20
Wait 3 seconds, the siren will chirp once
for OFF, twice for ON.
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Programming Table for Remote Controls
Feature
Factory Setting
No. of
Chirps
Secondary Action
Arm/Disarm
ARM/DISARM
Button
21
Press ARM/DISARM Button, the siren
will chirp 1 time.
Remote Controlled Trunk
Release Output
TRUNK Button
22
Press TRUNK Button, the siren will
chirp 2 times.
Remote Start
START Button
23
Press START Button, the siren will
chirp 3 times
Silent Arm/Disarm
SILENT Button
24
Press SILENT Button, the sir.en will
chirp 4 times.
Remote-Controlled Valet
ARM/DISARM +
START Buttons
25
Press ARM/DISARM + START
Buttons, the siren will chirp 5 times.
Channel 6
Remote-Controlled
Accessory Output
ARM/DISARM +
SILENT Buttons
26
Press ARM/DISARM + SILENT
Buttons, the siren will chirp 6 times
Remote-Controlled
Sensor Bypass
TRUNK + SILENT
Buttons
27
Press TRUNK + SILENT Buttons, the
.siren will chirp 7 times.
Temperature-Controlled
Start Active/Inactive
TRUNK + START
Buttons
28
Press TRUNK + START Buttons, the
siren will chirp 8 times.
Channel 9
Remote-Controlled
Accessory Output
SILENT + START
Buttons
29
Press SILENT + START Buttons, the
siren will chirp 9 times.
One-Step Remote Code
Learning
ARM/DISARM
Button
30
Press ARM/DISARM Button, the siren
will chirp 1 time.
Instant Remote Control
Code Deletion
—
31
Wait 3 seconds, the siren will chirp
twice, all codes are erased
out of memory.
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AviStart 6500 Installation Manual
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