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SP-400
Remote Control Alarm & Remote Engine Starting System
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
INTRODUCTION
CONGRATULATIONS on your choice of a Super Rage™ Alarm & Remote Engine Starter with DP Technology
by Crimestopper Security Products Inc. This booklet contains the information necessary for operating your
system. If any questions arise, contact your installation dealer or Crimestopper Security Products Inc.
*IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Primary and Optional Features
-PRIMARY: These are features that must be connected in order for the system to operate properly i.e. Power,
Ground, Lights, Siren, etc.
-OPTIONAL: Optional features are connected only if desired or agreed upon by the installing dealer i.e. Door
Locks, Horn Honk, Dome light illumination, Starter Kill, L.E.D., Trunk Pop, etc. These features may require
additional parts and labor charges. Consult with your installer about these features before installation.
CONTACT INFORMATION:
TECHNICAL SUPPORT (800)-998-6880
Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm Pacific
Website: www.crimestopper.com
E-mail: tech-support@crimestopper.com
CRIMESTOPPER
SECURITY PRODUCTS, INC.
1770 S. TAPO STREET
SIMI VALLEY, CA. 93063
REV 11-2008
This device complies with FCC Rules part 15. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: 1) This device may not cause
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference that
may be received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation. The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV
interference caused by unauthorized modification to this
equipment. Such modification could void the user's authority to
operate the equipment.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Operation Cautions & Warnings……..………..……………….…………………………………………….………..…2
Quick Guide……………………………...………………………………………………………………………………...3
Operating Instructions - Alarm…………………………………….………………….………..……………..…….....4-6
LED Diagnostics………………..……………………………….…………………………………….………..……...….7
Remote Engine Control ………………………...…………………………………………………….………….…..7-11
Optional Turbo Timer Mode……………………...………………………………………………..……..…......….12-13
Anti-Carjack Protection...……………………………………….………….……..…………...…………..……..…..…14
Transmitter Programming……………………………….……………………………………………..………….....…15
Remote Start Diagnostics…..………………..……………………………………………………………………...….16
Battery Replacement………..………………..……………………………………………………………………...….16
OPERATION CAUTIONS & WARNINGS
CRIMESTOPPER SECURITY PRODUCTS, INC. and its VENDORS shall not be liable for any accident
resulting from the use of this equipment. This system is designed to be professionally installed into a car or
vehicle in good running order. Items, such as parking brake, door switches, and all engine safety features,
must be in perfect working condition.
DAMAGE resulting from misuse or negligence is NOT covered under warranty and will be subject to
repair and / or replacement charges.
IT IS ABSOLUTELY THE OWNER’S SOLE RESPONSIBILITY TO: A) Understand the operation of this
system and its safety features. B) Check for proper operation of these safety features prior to accepting
delivery of the vehicle from the installation facility. C) Check and maintain the condition of the vehicle and all
items relative to the proper operation of this system and its safety features.
DO NOT remote start the vehicle in a closed garage. Make sure that the vehicle is outdoors, a garage door
is open, or there is adequate exhaust ventilation. Failure to observe this rule could result in injury or death
from poisonous Carbon Monoxide fumes. This is especially important when using the Timed Self-Start feature
of the unit
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REMOTE OPERATION QUICK GUIDE
SLIDE COVER
UP
2nd Vehicle
2nd Function
DOWN
Replacement Battery
GP23A (12volt)
The slide cover is used to protect pressing buttons by accident.
Move cover to middle position to block all 4 buttons.
2nd Vehicle Button # 5: The LED will Flash Blue while in 2nd Vehicle Mode.
2nd Function Button # 6: The LED will turn solid Red for AUX 2, AUX 3, AUX #4
§ AUX #2: Press button 6 then press button 1 (Lock Icon).
§ AUX #3: Press button 6 then press button 2 (Unlock Icon).
§ AUX #4: Press button 6 then press button 4 (Start Icon).
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS - ALARM
Arming / Locking:
Press and release button #1 (Lock symbol) on the transmitter. The System will arm and confirm with one siren
chirp, one light flash, and the LED will begin to flash. Power locks will lock (if equipped). Starter disable circuit
will turn on. After a short delay to allow the vehicle and electronics to settle, the system is completely armed.
Disarming: / Unlocking
Press and release button #2 (Unlock symbol) on the transmitter. System will disarm and confirm with two
siren chirps, two light flashes, and the LED will turn off. Power locks will Unlock and Interior Dome light will
turn on (if installed with these optional features)
Disarming While Tripped (Triggered):
Disarming the System while it is triggering requires TWO presses of the #2 Unlock Button. The first press of
Button #2 Resets the alarm cycle only (system still armed) while a second press will disarm/unlock the system.
Silent Arming/Disarming (On demand):
To Arm or Disarm the system without siren chirps, press and release both Buttons #2 (Unlock) and #4 (Start)
at the same time. System will Arm or Disarm without siren chirps that one time. Flashing lights and LED will
be the only indicators of Arm/Disarm status. If the system was tripped while you were way, 4 chirps will be
heard to notify you that the system was tripped.
Silent Arming/Disarming (Chirp Defeat):
This system can be programmed to silent arm and disarm using the normal lock and unlock buttons. Flashing
lights and LED will be the only indicators of armed or disarm status. Check with your installer or follow
programming option instructions in the installation manual.
Alarm Triggering
An intrusion into the vehicle or hard impact to the body will sound the alarm and flash the lights for 1 minute.
After 1 minute the trigger cycle will automatically stop and alarm will remain armed to continue protecting the
vehicle. If a door is left open after an intrusion then the unit will cycle a maximum of 2 minutes and continue to
protect the other un-tampered or unopened zones.
Prior intrusion Alert
This system will notify you if the alarm was tripped while you where away. Upon disarming, the two normal
disarm chirps will be heard then the system will emit 4 additional siren chirps. Check your vehicle for any
signs of a break in or tampering. Also see LED Diagnostics Section to determine the cause of the trigger.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS - ALARM
Remote Panic Protection
To sound the alarm in an emergency situation or to draw attention to your vehicle, press and hold Button #1
(Lock) for at least 3 seconds until the siren sounds. Press Button #2 (Unlock) to reset panic mode.
Arming With Shock Sensor Bypass
To arm the alarm and bypass shock sensor protection, press Button #1 as normal then press and release
Button #1 and #2 together within 2 seconds. You will hear 3 extra siren chirps indicating shock sensor bypass
for this arming cycle only.
Open Zone Alert / Bypass
Upon arming, this system will warn you if a door is left open. After a 60 second setup delay (for extended
dome lights) has elapsed, if the system detects a fault or a door left open, the siren will chirp 5 times along
with 5 light flashes. This zone will be automatically bypassed and the alarm will protect all other zones.
Pre-Warning Shock Protection
The Pre-warning (warn-away) feature will activate when a low-level shock or vibration detected by the
system’s shock sensor. The alarm will chirp the siren 5 times and flash the lights once to help deter any
further tampering with the vehicle.
Passive Arming Mode: (Programmable)
Passive (automatic) arming occurs 30 seconds after the ignition is turned off and the last door is closed. Upon
closing the last door, the unit will flash the lights twice and LED will be flashing rapidly to confirm passive
countdown. If a door is reopened within the 30 second period, the countdown stop and begin again when the
door is closed. Passive arming provides failsafe protection in case you forget to arm the system.
Passive Locking: (Programmable)
The system can be programmed to passively lock the doors when the system passively arms. The default
setting is OFF because passive locking increases the risk of locking the keys in the vehicle.
Dome Light Illumination (Optional)
This feature will turn on the vehicle’s dome light upon disarming for 30 seconds or until the key is inserted and
turned on. This will provide illuminated entry to your vehicle in dimly lit areas for safety and security.
Trunk/Hatch Pop (Optional, Remote AUX. Output 1) Programmable Option # 8
This feature is designed to interface with existing Factory power trunk or power hatch release systems and
may require additional parts and/or labor charges. Press and release Button #3 (Trunk) on the transmitter to
pop/open the trunk/hatch. If the system is armed, it will also disarm when the button #3 is pressed.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS - ALARM
Remote AUX. Output 2 (Optional)
This system contains a second auxiliary output to activate other accessories or devices. To activate the
systems’ Second Auxiliary Output, Press button 6, then press button 1. Output stays on as long as the button
is held. Remote output #2 requires programming before operation. Check with your installer or follow
programming option instructions in the installation manual.
Remote AUX. Output 3 and 4 (Optional)
This system also has two programmable auxiliary outputs to activate other accessories or devices. To
activate Auxiliary Outputs 3 and 4, Press button 6 then press button 2 or 4. These outputs can be
programmed for momentary, timed or latched On/Off. Check with your installer or follow programming option
instructions in the installation manual.
Emergency Override (Disarm)
If the transmitter is lost or it stops working for any reason and the Alarm is armed, you will have to disarm the
system manually. Open the door with the key [alarm will sound], turn the ignition on, and press the override
program button for about 5 seconds. The Alarm will disarm and allow you to use the vehicle until you can
replace the remote. Note that you may need to put the system into valet mode to prevent passive arming.
Valet Mode (Enter manually or using the remote)
To disable Alarm and Remote Engine Starting for vehicle servicing or otherwise the system must be disarmed.
Turn the ignition on and press the override/program button [about 5-7 seconds] until you hear (3) siren chirps
and the LED turns on solid. Repeat the process to exit VALET mode. To enter / exit valet via the remote,
press and hold both buttons #1 (Lock) and Button #2 (unlock) together for about 3 seconds until 3 chirps are
heard. Repeat this step to exit via the remote transmitter. Lock/Unlock and AUX features will still operate in
when in VALET mode however remote start and alarm functions are inhibited.
Valet Park Mode (Using the remote transmitter only)
Note: Valet Park mode is only accessible when using the remote transmitter. Valet park mode allows you to
turn over the vehicle to a valet allowing access to drive/lock/unlock your vehicle, but alarm will trigger if the
trunk is opened. To activate Valet Park the system must be disarmed. Press and hold both buttons #1 (Lock)
and Button #2 (unlock) together for about 3 seconds. 3 chirps will be heard first when unit goes into regular
Valet. Release, press and hold both buttons again, you will hear 2 more chirps. LED will flash slowly when in
Valet Park. Repeat step to exit Valet Park mode.
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LED DIAGNOSTICS
The system includes disarm diagnostics, through the RED LED light, that will help in determining what caused
the last trigger of the alarm system. This is a valuable tool in determining how the vehicle was tampered with
or if there is a false alarm problem in which case you can make the necessary adjustments to correct the
problem. When the system is disarmed with the remote you will hear the normal 2 chirps, then 4 quick chirps
that indicate the alarm was triggered while you were away. Check the LED light for a sequence of flashes:
Shock Sensor = 1 Flash
Door = 2 Flashes
Hood/Trunk = 3 Flashes
Ignition = 4 Flashes
Diagnostics will reset when the Ignition is turned on or when the system is re-armed.
REMOTE ENGINE CONTROL
Remote Start & Auxiliary Output – Button Press Selection (Option # 8):
To eliminate the possibility of accidentally opening the trunk or starting the vehicle, there are (3) options for
button press selection. This option will allow you to change whether the Remote starter and Trunk release
activate by a:
1. Double button ½ second presses.
2. Single ½ second press.
3. Press and Hold 2 seconds.
*Default = Single ½ second press*
REMOTE ENGINE STARTING - SUCCESSFUL START
1) Press and release the remote start button on the remote transmitter. System will chirp 3 times for audible
confirmation. (Chirps can be programmed on or off-See Option programming in the installation manual.)
2) Parking lights flash once, then turn on solid, Ignition/Accessory circuits turn on.
3) After 6 seconds Starter Motor engages, Parking lights and Accessory circuits turn off while cranking.
4) Engine Starts and Runs. Parking Lights and Accessory turn back on, Doors Lock.
5) Engine will remain running for programmed run time until reset with Brake pedal. If needed, the engine can
be turned off with remote transmitter.
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REMOTE ENGINE CONTROL
REMOTE ENGINE STARTING - SUCCESSFUL START DIAGRAM:
SOLID
FLASH 1X
AFTER
IGN
4
SEC.
THEN
SOLID
STARTER
REMOTE ENGINE STARTING - UNSUCCESSFUL START
In the event that the engine does not start on the first attempt, the system shuts down for a few seconds, then
attempts to restart the engine a 2nd and 3rd time. For hard starting engines, the unit will allow a starter crank
time of up to13 seconds maximum. This should provide ample cranking time for difficult starts, but is limited to
13 seconds to help prevent damage to the starter from over cranking.
1) If engine starts on 2nd or 3rd attempt, see steps 4 & 5 above of "Successful Start".
2) If Third attempt fails to start engine, the system will turn off and doors will remain locked. NO FURTHER
ATTEMPTS WILL BE MADE AUTOMATICALLY UNLESS YOU PRESS THE START BUTTON AGAIN.
TURNING OFF A REMOTE STARTED ENGINE:
1) Engine is running in Remote Start (Parking lights ON).
2) Press and release the Start button.
3) Engine & parking lights turn OFF, Doors remain locked or will re-lock if applicable.
TURNING OFF A REMOTE STARTED ENGINE DIAGRAM:
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REMOTE ENGINE CONTROL
ENTERING YOUR REMOTE STARTED VEHICLE:
1) With engine running, Remote Unlock/Disarm system (If armed) or open door with key.
2) Enter vehicle and be careful not to step on brake pedal! (Remote Start Reset)
3) Turn Ignition to ON/RUN position, then press brake pedal to reset the Remote Starter & Shift out of park.
4) Remote starter will reset instantly when the brake is pressed. Parking lights will turn off and the ignition key
is now controlling your vehicle.
IDLE DOWN MODE (TAKE-OVER OPERATION)
This mode allows the unit to take over operation of your idling, parked vehicle while the ignition key is
removed and you exit the vehicle. The vehicle is put into a remote running condition before you exit and it will
remain running for the programmed run time, until you return, or until the remote start button is pressed.
Examples:
You pull up to a convenience store for a quick stop, "Idle Down" mode keeps engine running when you
exit the vehicle, (with keys in hand) remote lock/arm alarm. When you return, unlock/disarm alarm, turn
ignition ON and drive away. This mode can also be used on Turbo vehicles that need idle for cool-down.
IDLE DOWN MODE - EXITING THE VEHICLE:
1) With engine running, press and release the Start button. Siren will chirp 3 times for confirmation.
2) Parking Lights will turn ON.
3) Doors will unlock, or if brake pedal is being depressed doors will unlock when it is released.
4) Turn OFF Ignition and remove key. Engine should remain running.
5) Exit vehicle then remote lock doors if desired.
6) Engine will remain running for programmed run time, until you return, or press the remote start button.
SOLID
IGN
OFF
UNLOCK
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REMOTE ENGINE CONTROL
INFINITY RUN MODE
This mode allows the vehicle’s engine to remain running INDEFINITELY. This mode can be beneficial to law
enforcement vehicles or commercial vehicles that need to remain running unattended for long periods of time.
INFINITY RUN MODE – EXITING THE VEHICLE:
1) Follow steps on the last page for “IDLE DOWN MODE - EXITING THE VEHICLE”, except press the remote
start button TWO times at STEP #1.
2) Parking Lights will start flashing instead of coming on solid, and doors will unlock.
3) Turn Ignition switch OFF, remove key and exit the vehicle. Engine should remain running.
4) The vehicle’s parking lights will flash for the programmed run time of 12, 24, or 36, or 48 minutes and then
switch to solid while motor runs indefinitely or until fuel supply runs out.
IGN
OFF
FLASH FOR PROGRAMMED
2X
RUN TIME, THEN SOLID
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REMOTE ENGINE CONTROL
TIMED SELF START MODE
This mode allows the vehicle to be programmed to self-start every 4 hours and run for the programmed run
time. This can be helpful during extremely cold conditions where engine fluid freeze-up is a concern. THE
VEHICLE MUST BE OUTDOORS OR IN A WELL VENILATED AREA.
TIMED SELF-START MODE – EXITING THE VEHICLE:
1) Have engine running with the Key, then press and release the Start button.
2) Within the next 10 seconds press the valet/program button once.
3) Parking Lights will turn OFF for about 5 seconds, and doors will unlock.
4) Turn Ignition switch OFF, remove key and exit the vehicle. Engine should remain running.
5) To turn off the engine, press the remote start button. The parking lights will flash 4 TIMES as a
confirmation that the unit is in Timed Self-Start Mode.
6) The Vehicle will Start by itself every 4 hours until driven with key or started via remote control.
SOLID
WITHIN 10 SEC.
PRESS 1X
UNLOCK
LIGHTS OFF 5 SEC.
FLASH 4X
IGN
OFF
LOCK
RESETTING TIMED SELF START MODE
To reset the timed self-start mode, start the vehicle using the key or the remote control
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OPTIONAL TURBO TIMER MODE
The optional Turbo Timer mode allows the system to keep a Turbo or Turbo Diesel vehicle running for 1 to 5
minutes [selectively] after you remove the key and exit the vehicle. This is handy for turbo cool-down without
the need for expensive turbo timers. This mode requires the use of an extra part called a momentary
switch/button that is not included with the kit. There are (3) modes of operation for the Turbo Timer Mode.
Option # 30 selects the Turbo Timer Mode.
1. Brake Pedal Set Mode. With the engine running by key, press Remote Start Button with brake pedal
depressed. As you release the brake pedal, the Parking Lights and Status LED will blink the number of
minutes for the Turbo Timer setting. The doors unlock after confirmation. The run time can be changed
by using the push button switch attached to the green start activation wire (see Always Set Mode).
2. Always Set Mode (default). The Turbo Timer Run Time must always be set. With brake pedal
depressed and engine running by key, Press the “Turbo Timer” button 1 to 5 times for each minute of
run time you desire. (1 press = 1 min.) As you release the brake pedal, your system will confirm by
flashing the lights the same number of times the button was pressed. The doors unlock after
confirmation. Turn Ignition switch OFF, remove key and exit the vehicle.
3. Idle Down Mode. This replaces the normal Idle Down Mode. Can’t use Infinity Run or Manual
Transmission Mode with this option. With the engine running by key, press the Remote Start
Button. The Parking Lights and Status LED will blink the number of minutes for the Turbo Timer setting.
The doors unlock after confirmation. The run time can be changed by using the push button switch
attached to the green start activation wire (see Always Set Mode).
Note: Mode 1 and 3, the run timer (1 to 5 min.) is set one time. The system always remembers the Turbo
Timer setting even with battery disconnection.
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SETTING THE TURBO TIMER RUN TIME
RUNNING
LIGHTS
FLASH 1-5X
PRESS TURBO
TIMER BUTTON
1-5 TIMES
PRESS
AND HOLD
BRAKE
RELEASE
BRAKE
REMOVE KEY
EXIT VEH.
REMAIN
RUNNING
1-5 MIN.
CAUTION!! IF YOU PRESS THE TURBO TIMER BUTTON WHEN ENGINE IS NOT RUNNING IT WILL
TRIGGER A REMOTE START! MAKE A NOTE OF THIS IF YOU HAVE CHILDREN. CONSIDER THIS
WHEN CHOOSING A LOCATION FOR YOUR TURBO TIMER BUTTON.
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ANTI CARJACK PROTECTION
REMOTE OPERATED CARJACK PROTECTION
This feature provides Active Carjack protection through the remote control. When the Ignition is on (vehicle is
running), press and hold the #1 LOCK Button and #3 TRUNK Button for 2 seconds. The parking lights will
flash 2 times and the LED will begin to flash rapidly to confirm the beginning of a Carjack countdown. 30
Seconds later, the unit will begin a Carjack Cycle consisting of 20 seconds of pre-warning chirps turning into a
full system activation with siren / flashing light pulses for up to 5 min. If the Ignition is turned off during a
Carjack trigger the siren and lights stop but Carjack protection is still active. The Siren and Lights will resume
if the Carjacker tries to turn the Ignition back ON. TO RESET: Press Button #2 (UNLOCK) on the remote and
the siren will chirp once, or turn the key on and press and hold the override button for at least 5 seconds.
SWITCH-CONTROLLED & FULL TIME CARJACK (PINK WIRE CONFIGURATION)
This feature can provide Passive or Manual control Carjack protection depending on the configuration of the
Pink Carjack wire of the alarm system. The system must programmed for the Pink wire to be used as a
Carjack trigger at Programming Option #20 in the Installation Manual. Once the Pink wire is programmed to
serve as a Carjack trigger, it can be configured in different ways to provide different levels of protection. It can
be connected to a hidden +12V toggle/momentary switch or to +12V Ignition Power See installation manual.
Read the sections below for further descriptions.
HIDDEN SWITCH CONTROLLED CARJACK:
This configuration will enable the vehicle owner to activate a Carjack countdown by pressing a hidden
push-button (not included with kit) during a Carjack situation. A Carjack countdown will begin under the
following conditions: Ignition is ON (vehicle is running), the push-button is pressed, and the door
opens/closes. Upon these 3 events, in that order, the alarm will start a Carjack countdown. After a delay of
one minute, the system will begin chirping for 20 seconds then trigger into a full cycle for up to 5 minutes.
To reset this Carjack mode, Ignition must be ON then press and hold the override/valet button for 5
seconds (until LED goes out.)
FULL-TIME [Permanent] CARJACK WITH IGNITION ON:
We recommend that this configuration only be used in serious situations. When the Ignition is on (vehicle
is running), anytime a door is opened the Carjack countdown sequence will be initiated. There will be 2
light flashes and the LED will change from solid to quick pulsing as confirmation of a countdown sequence.
To reset FULL TIME Carjack, the Ignition has to be ON, then press and hold the override/program button 5
seconds until LED stops pulsing. The LED will be on SOLID when in this mode anytime the Ignition is ON
(or while driving) as a reminder that Carjack is waiting for a door to open.
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TRANSMITTER PROGRAMMING
Note: Remotes Transmitters come pre-programmed from the Factory. When re-learning remotes or
adding remotes, ALL your system’s remote codes must be learned at time of programming!! This
system allow storage of up to 4 different remote codes in memory.
1. Turn key to the ON position. (Starting the vehicle is not necessary.)
2. Press Program/Valet button 4 times. After a few seconds, the unit will flash the parking lights 4 times.
3. Press Button #1 (Lock) of the transmitter to be learned. You should get 2 light flashes indicating the codelearn. Now the unit is waiting for a 2nd code, so repeat this step as needed with up to 3 additional remotes.
The unit will flash the lights in succession after each code learned for up to 4 codes. (2 flashes for the 2nd
code, 3 flashes for the 3rd code etc.) If all 4 codes are learned, the unit will automatically exit code learning
mode, otherwise turn key OFF and close the hood.
IGN
OFF
WAIT FOR
4 FLASHES
PRESS 4X's
IGN
OFF
FLASH 2, 3, or 4 X's
PRESS LOCK BUTTON
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REMOTE START DIAGNOSTICS
If the system flashes the parking lights one to three times and doesn’t attempt remote, it means the following:
1 Parking Light Flash = Problem with Brake Switch.
2 Parking Light Flashes = Problem with Hood Switch.
3 Parking Light Flashes = Valet Service Mode.
7 Parking Light Flashes = Manual Transmission Error.
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
To replace the battery: Simply remove the 3 screws on back of the transmitter and open the case.
Remove the battery and replace. The replacement battery is GP23A.
Remove
3 Screws
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