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INSTALLATION GUIDE
1350
1350m
Advanced Remote Vehicle
Starting System
AUTOMATIC AND MANUAL
TRANSMISSION MODELS
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ATTENTION
-The system must be placed into Service Mode before any service work is started on
the vehicle. It is the sole responsibility of the vehicle owner to ensure that this is done.
The manufacturer accepts no liability or responsibility for accidental starting of the
vehicle.
- CARBON MONOXIDE - Never Start In A Enclosed Building (Garage, Carport etc...)
- The Hood Pin Safety Switch Must Always Be Installed!
- Never Install Automatic Transmission Remote Starters On Manual Transmission
Vehicles!
FCC/ID Notice
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is
subject to the following conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by
the part responsible for compliance void the user’s authority to
operate this devise.
Installation Guide
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1350 Wiring Diagram
Pre-Installation
Components
Pre Installation Check
Installation Procedures
Wire Connectors
6 Pin Connector
11 Pin Connector
5 Pin Connector
4 Pin Connector
Jumper Positions
Installation
Basic Installation - Quick start
Plug-In The Module
Auto Tach Learn
Programming
Program Overview & System Reset
Program Menu 1 (User Settings)
Program Menu 2 (Additional Settings)
Program Menu 3 (Starter Settings)
Program Menu 4 (Tach Settings)
Operations
Single & Dual Car Operation
Timer Mode
Manual Transmission (Reservation Mode)
Additional Operations
1st & Second Car Transmitter Programming
Emergency System Service Mode
Battery Replacement
Relay Diagrams
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Page 4
Page 5
Page 6
Page 7-9
Page 10
Page 11
Page 12
DIAGNOSTICS
PARK LIGHTS
3 Flashes
3 Slow Flashes
4 Slow Flashes
5 Flashes
5 Slow Flashes
6 Flashes
7 Flashes
8 Flashes
STATUS LED
Series of 3 Flashes
LED’s On Solid
Series of 4 Flashes
Series of 5 Flashes
Series of 5 Flashes
Series of 6 Flashes
Series of 7 Flashes
Series of 8 Flashes
DIAGNOSTIC CODE
Door Opened “M” Models
System Is In Service Mode
Not in Reservation Mode “M” units
Hood Pin Opened
Ignition On During Start Attempt
Brake Pedal Shutdown
Tach Lock-Out
3 Start Attempts with no start
If the remote starter has a failed start attempt or if a safety input is activated the Diagnostic Memory will
store up to four shutdowns in memory. This information can then be accessed to determine the source of
the shutdown.
To Enter Diagnostic Mode:
Step 1 - Turn the ignition on wait two seconds then turn off. Press the Program Button and release.
Step 2 - The system will respond with three park light flashes and the horn will honk (optional) the
same number of times as the events in memory. ( Maximum four events, four honks)
NOTE: If the horn does not honk, there are no events in memory.
Step 3 - Press the Program Button once to view the last shut down code. The (optional) Horn willhonk
once to confirm code one. (If the horn does not honk, there are no codes in memory).
Step 4 - The LED’s on the antenna will flash a code corresponding to a shut down trigger. Press the
Program Button again to check the second code. The horn will honk twice to confirm code two.
Step 5 - To Clear Diagnostic Memory. While in Diagnostic Mode press and hold the Program Button for
five seconds. The park lights will flash and the horn(optional) will honk once.
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NOTE: Once diagnostic memory has 4 shutdown events in memory, the system will not record any
further shutdown events until the system memory has been cleared.
Installation Guide
WIRING DIAGRAM
Starter
YELLOW
30amp Output
Heater
GREEN
30amp Input
Power
RED
30amp Input
Power
RED
30amp Output
Jumper Selectable
WHITE
30amp Output
Ignition 1
BLUE
(-)500ma Output
Factory Re-arm
YELLOW
(-)500ma Output
Trunk Release
RED/WHITE
(-)500ma Output
Factory Disarm
(-)500ma Output
(-) When Running/Armed
(-)500ma Output
Negative Input
Positive Input
Positive Output
2
4
6
Park Brake*
BLACK/WHITE
(+) Door Trigger*
PURPLE
Park Lights
WHITE
Hood Pin Switch
GREEN/WHITE
(-) Door Trigger*
GREEN
Negative Input
Ground
BLACK
A/C Input
Positive Input
5
ORANGE
(-) Horn Honk
Negative Input
(+ or -) Input
3
BROWN
WHITE/BLUE
Negative Input
Negative Output
1
Access To
Jumpers
30amp Output
(-) When Running
White/Violet
Glow Plug (Diesel)
BLUE
Tach Detection
BLUE/WHITE
PINK
Brake Switch
* These connection’s are only necessary for installation’s on manual
transmission vehicles.
(-) 500ma Output
Door Lock
Green
Red
(-) 500ma Output
Blue
Door Unlock
3 PIN
RED
Program Button
Status Led’s
4 PIN
Blue
ACTIVE RF ANTENNA**
SIDE VIEW
Voltage Inverter Output
**The antenna Must be connected for the system to operate
Output on White wire
Second Starter
Second Accessory
Second Ignition
Negative Output
Sensor Ground Output
Negative Input
Input Trigger To Start
Jumper position
Position 1
Position 2
Position 3
1 2 3
The jumpers control the output from the white wire
from the six pin harness. Place the jumpers in the
following order to change the output.
Note: The default setting is second ignition.
Jumpers
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INSTALLATION TIPS
Components
- Control module
- Remote transmitter(s)
- Antenna with built in Program Button and LED’s
- 6 pin main harness with dual 30amp power inputs.
- 11 pin harness
- 5 pin harness
- 3 pin keyless entry harness
- Hood pin safety switch
- Cold Start Temperature Sensor
- Installation and Owners Manual
Recommended Pre-Installation Procedures
BEFORE STARTING INSTALLATION:
- Discuss the optional features with the customer.
- Take a few minutes to review the installation and owners manuals.
- Check if the vehicle has a factory security or anti-theft system.
*If equipped, inform the customer of addition parts and labour.
- Do a walk around the vehicle and check for any damage.
- If installing a LED discuss the placement with customer before installing.
Note: This remote starter is designed for fuel injected and diesel engines.
NEVER INSTALL AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION STARTER IN A MANUAL TRANSMISSION VEHICLE!!
Recommended Installation Procedures
Proper Connections - Remote Starters can handle loads of up to 30 amps for extended periods of
time. It is CRITICAL to insure that ALL high current connections are properly soldered and insulated with
quality electrical tape. Failing to insure proper connections will result in warranty being VOID and can
result in a FIRE. The manufacturer is not responsible for any such damages. It only takes a few more
minutes to do the job RIGHT.
Under Hood Connections - Route the hood pin and tach wires through the firewall into the engine
compartment. Always try to pull the wires through a factory rubber grommet. If drilling through the
firewall, BE CAREFUL. Check for obstructions on both sides of the firewall. After drilling use a snap in
grommet to protect the wires from sharp edges.
Installing the External Long Range Antenna - To insure the best possible reception, place the
antenna in the center of the windshield, behind the rear view mirror. Before attaching to the glass ensure
that the surface is clean and dry. For best results with range, place the antenna below the tint screen.
Run the cable under the headliner and behind the A-pillar panel. Be careful not to pinch the antenna
cable. Plug the antenna into the BLUE connector on the Control Module.
NOTE: This step is not used on Alarm Only Units with no External Antenna.
Mounting The Control Module - Never mount the module in the engine compartment. Select a
location under the dash to install the main module. Be certain that the module is securely attached and
does not obstruct any serviceable areas. Do not force or jam the module into tight places instead of
mounting. The module must be free from all moving parts such as brake and clutch as gas pedals
linkages. Do not place the module directly in front of a heater vent.
Testing The System - When the installation is complete, it will be necessary to test that the system is
working correctly. The system’s default programming will work on the majority of vehicles, but might need
to be adjusted for some applications. If the installation requires special timing or additional features,
proceed to Program Mode.
ATTENTION: Hood Pin MUST always be connected!!
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NOTE: Always inform user to place system in Service Mode before any service work is performed on
the vehicle.
Installation Guide
WIRING CONNECTORS
6 Pin Power Connector
Yellow
Green
Red
Red
Blue
White
Starter
Heater
12 power
12 power
Ignition 1
Select Out
30amp output
30amp output
30amp input
30amp input
30amp output
30amp output
12volts during crank only.
12volts in accessory off during start.
Constant 12volt power at ignition harness.
Constant 12volt power at ignition harness.
12volts in ignition and start positions.
Selectable Output. See jumper diagram.
11 Pin Connector
Yellow
Red/White
Brown
Orange
White/Blue
Black/White
Purple
White
Green/White
Green
Black
Re-Arm
3rd CH
Disarm
(-) Out
Horn
Park Brake
(+) Door
Park Lights
Hood Pin
(-) Door
Ground
0.75sec Pulse With Lock And On Shutdown.
Trunk Release - Active When The Unlock Is Held For 3seconds.
0.75sec Pulse With Unlock And Before Start.
(-) While Running / Negative While Locked - **Starter Program Mode.
(-) Horn Honk Output - ** User Program Mode
Negative Park Brake Input - Manual Transmission Models Only.
Positive Door Trigger Input - Manual Transmission Models Only.
Positive Park light Output - 10 Amp Max.
Negative Hood Pin Input - MUST BE CONNECTED!!
Negative Door Trigger Input - Manual Transmission Models Only.
System Ground Input - MUST BE CONNECTED!!
4 Pin Connector
White/Violet
Blue
Blue/White
Pink
(-) Running
Glow Plug
Tach
Brake
(-) Output while running. (Output for security bypass modules...)
Diesel Glow plug input Positive or Negative. Programmable.
Tach Signal Input - MUST BE CONNECTED!!
Positive Brake Input - MUST BE CONNECTED!!
3 Pin Connector Red
Green
Red
Blue
Door Lock
12vlt Output
Door Unlock
Door Lock Output - Programmable - Menu 1 Setting 3.
Output for Voltage Inverter Only!
Door Unlock Output - Programmable - Menu 1 Setting 3.
2 Pin Connector
N/A
N/A
Ground
Temp Sensor
Ground output for Temperature Senor.
Input Trigger To Start.
4 Pin Connector Blue
Antenna/ Program Button Connector.
The Antenna Must Be Connected Before the System will Operate.
Jumper Selectable Output
This output is designed to power addition ignition circuits. Most new vehicles will have either a second
ignition, accessory or starter wire that must be energized. Connect the white wire from the 6-pin
connector to the additional circuit and set the jumper for the appropriate output.
Position One Second Starter Output From The White Wire On The 6-Pin Connector.
Position Two Second Accessory Output From The White Wire On The 6-Pin Connector.
Position Three Second Ignition* Output From The White Wire On The 6-Pin Connector.
* The Default Setting For The System Is Second Ignition Output.
The jumpers control the output from the white wire at the 6-pin harness. Place the jumper in the
following positions to change the output.
Output on White wire
Second Starter
Second Accessory
Second Ignition
Jumper position
Position 1
Position 2
Position 3
Jumpers
1 2 3
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QUICK START INSTALL
Step 1 - Connect All Of the Following Wires
6 Pin Power Connector
Yellow
Green
Red
Red
Blue
White
Starter Output
Heater Output
12 power Input
12 power Input
Ignition 1 Output
Selectable Output
Connect To The Vehicles Starter Wire.
Connect To The Vehicles Accessory Wire.
Connect To Constant 12 Volt Power Source- High Current.
Connect To Constant 12 Volt Power Source- High Current.
Connect To the Vehicles Primary Ignition.
Select Jumper Position (If Necessary). See Page 5.
11 Pin Power Connector
Black
White
Green/White
System Ground
Park Lights
Hood Pin
Connect To Chassis Ground.
Connect To (+) Park Light System.
Connect To The Hood Pin Safety Switch.
4 Pin Power Connector
Blue/White
Pink
Tach
Brake Switch
Connect To A/C Tach Source. (Above 2volts AC)
Connect To (+) When Brakes Is Applied.
Manual Transmissions Only
Purple
(+) Door Pin
Connect on vehicles with (+) door pin systems
Green
(-) Door Pin
Connect on vehicles with (-) door pin systems
Black/White
Park Brake
Connect to park brake switch. (-) When brake is applied.
Note: Manual Transmission units MUST be set into Reservation Mode to remote start.
See page 10. for details.
Step 2- Plug-In The Module
When all the connections are done, the control module can be plugged in. Before connecting the control
module, make sure the ignition is in the OFF position. Plug in the 6 pin harness then the 14 pin followed
by any other connectors that were used.
Step 3- Auto Tach Learn
1) Make all the required wire connections and plug-in the Unit.
**The park lights should flash twice upon power up.
2) Turn the Ignition Key ON. (Park Lights will turn on).
3) Start the vehicle, LED’s on antenna will come when proper tach signal is detected**, then after 30-35
seconds the park lights will turn off then flash twice to confirm tach learning.
* The system will flash the park lights seven times if not tach learned and the start button is
pressed. The system must be tach learned before remote starting.
** If the LED’s do not come on during tach learn, a proper tach signal was not detected
Note: If the park lights do not flash in auto tach learn mode it may be necessary to connect to a different
tach source. For best results connect the tach wire to the coil pack or to a fuel injector wire. See Page 8
for tach adjustment.
***New - A system reset must be done before a new tach signal can be learned to the system.
Your Basic Install Is Complete!
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NOTES:
1) If the unit does not start, check the starter is not in Tach Lock Out or in Program Mode.
2) If theYour
vehicle still
does not start,
check all connections
check for
factory security.
Basic
Installation
isand
Now
Complete!!
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PROGRAMMING
Programming Overview
Program mode allows you to adjust the settings and options of your system.
Your system has been intelligently designed by installers with years of experience. The system’s default
settings do not require any program changes in most cases. However, this system does incorporate a highly
advanced programming system that includes 4 menus with numerous options and settings that can be easily
adjusted for custom installations and applications.
User Settings - Page 8
This program menu contains settings that adjust the way the system operates for the user.
Additional Settings - Page 8
This program menu contains settings that control addition user options.
Starter Settings - Page 9
This menu controls features and settings associated with remote car starter applications.
Tach Settings - Page 10
This menu allows the programming of the tach signal and the manual adjustment of that setting.
Entering Program Mode
To Enter Program Mode
1) Make sure ignition is in the off position.
2) Within three seconds turn the key ON - OFF - ON - OFF - ON. Leave in the “ON” position.
3) Press and release the Program Button on the antenna 1 time.
4) Park lights will come on and the horn (optional) will honk to confirm entering Program Mode.
5) Select Desired Program Menu by the following:
Press Button #1
Lock
User Options
See Page 8
Press Button #2
Unlock
Additional Options
See Page 8
Press Button #3
Start
Remote Start Options
See Page 9
Press Button #4
Aux
Tach Adjustment Menu
See Page 10
6) The selected mode will be confirmed by a horn honk (if connected)and one park light flash.
7) The Program Menu may be changed at any time by pressing the transmitter buttons as above, this
allows the installer to change a setting from one menu, then quickly jump to another menu and change
another setting without re-entering the Program Mode.
8) Turning off the ignition or 30 seconds of no activity will exit the Program Mode. This will be confirmed
by 1 long horn honk and park light flash.
Note: If unit does not enter Program Mode, turn ignition off for 5 seconds and repeat steps 1-4.
** The first ignition(Blue)MUST be connected to the vehicle’s first ignition wire. If it is not connected
it will not be possible to enter the Program Modes.
Changing the Programmable Settings
To Select and Change A Program Setting:
1) Enter Program Mode.
2) Select the desired Program Menu. (See pages 8 - 10)
3) Press & release the Program Button the correct number of times to select the desired Program
Setting(as listed on pages 8 -10). The park lights will flash and the horn (optional) will honk to indicate the
current setting that is selected.
4) Press and hold the Program Button until the parking lights / horn confirm the selected setting. The park
lights will flash and the horn (optional) will honk to indicate the option selected within the setting.
5) Turn the ignition key “Off” to exit Program Mode.
NOTE: This procedure is listed in detail below each program setting on pages 8 - 10 of this manual.
SYSTEM RESET
STEP 1 - Within 3 seconds turn the key ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON (Leaving Key ON).
STEP 2 - Press and release the Program Button.
STEP 3 - Park Lights will come ON
STEP 4 - Press the Program Button a second time and hold for 8 seconds until the park lights flash 3
Times and horn (Optional) honks 3 times.
System is now re-set to factory defaults.
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PROGRAMMING
PROGRAM MODE 1 - USER SETTINGS
Setting 1- Ignition Auto Lock
1 Ignition Lock & Unlock Enabled
1 Light Flash
Doors Lock / Unlock when the key is turned On/ Off
2 Ignition Lock Only
2 Light Flashes
Doors Lock when ignition key is turned ON only
*3 Ignition Auto Lock Disabled
3 Light Flashes Doors do not Lock or Unlock with Ignition key
Press the Program Button 1 time to select setting 1 (This will be confirmed by 1 LED flash)
Press and hold the Program Button until you receive the appropriate # of park light flashes and/or horn honks.
Release the Program Button. Press Program Button momentarily to move to next program step or repeat to change selection.
Setting 2- Horn Honk Settings
1 Lock & Unlock chirps Disabled
1 Flash
Honks for Panic and Car Finder Mode only.
2 Lock & Unlock chirps Enabled
2 Flashes
Honks for Lock, Unlock, Panic and Car Finder Mode Only.
*3 All chirps enabled
3 Flashes
Honks for Lock, Unlock, Start, Panic and Car Finder Mode.
Press the Program Button 2 times to select setting 2 (This will be confirmed by 2 LED flashes)
Press and hold the Program Button until you receive the appropriate # of park light flashes and/or horn honks
Release the Program Button. Press Program Button momentarily to move to next program step or repeat to change selection.
Setting 3- Door Lock Options
1 Double Pulse Unlock
1 Flash
Single .75sec.Lock pulse and double Unlock Pulse
2 3 Second Lock & Unlock
2 Flashes
3 second pulses for Lock & Unlock
*3 0.75 Second Pulses
3 Flashes
0.75 second pulses for Lock and Unlock
See setting 4 for door unlock and disarm output durations.
Press the Program Button 3 times to select setting 3 (This will be confirmed by 3 LED flashes)
Press and hold the Program Button until you receive the appropriate # of park light flashes and/or horn honks.
Release the Program Button. Press Program Button momentarily to move to next program step or repeat to change selection.
Setting 4 - Door Unlock & Disarm Pulse Duration
1 Short Pulses
1 Flash
125ms pulses with Unlock and on the disarm output. (.125 second)
2* Normal
2 Flashes
750ms pulses with Lock, Unlock and on disarm output. (.75 second)
Press the Program Button 7 times to select setting 7 (This will be confirmed by 7 LED flashes)
Press and hold the Program Button until you receive the appropriate # of park light flashes and siren chirps.
Release the Program Button . Press momentarily to move to next program step or repeat to change selection.
Note: Programming this option will change the pulse length of this output from 750ms to a
Much shorter pulse of 125ms.
PROGRAM MODE 2 - ADDITIONAL
Setting 1 - Secure Valet Mode
1 Secure Valet Active
1 Flash
Valet only if ignition “ON” and Program Button is held for 15 seconds
2* Normal Valet Active
2 Flashes
Valet if ignition “ON” and Program Button is held for 5 seconds
Press the Program Button 1 time to select setting 1 (This will be confirmed by 1 LED flash)
Press and hold the Program Button until you receive the appropriate # of park light flashes and siren chirps.
Release the Program Button . Press momentarily to move to next program step or repeat to change selection.
Setting 2 - Parking Light Output
1 30 Second Parking Lights on Disarm 1 Flash
Park Lights on for 30 seconds on disarm
2 Negative Park Light
2 Flashes
Switches the Park Light and the Trunk Release (3rd Ch) Outputs
3* Normal Parking Lights
3 Flashes
2 Park Light Flashes on disarm
Press the Program Button 2 times to select setting 2 (This will be confirmed by 2 LED flashes)
Press and hold the Program Button until you receive the appropriate # of park light flashes and siren chirps.
Release the Program Button . Press momentarily to move to next program step or repeat to change selection.
Setting 3 Horn Honk Timing
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1 5ms Pulsed Output
2 20ms Pulsed Output
*3 10ms Pulsed Output
1 Flash
2 Flashes
3 Flashes
Short (Quiet) Pulses
Long (Loud) Pulses
Normal (Medium) Pulses
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PROGRAMMING
PROGRAM MODE 3 - STARTER SETTINGS
Setting 1- Special Door Lock/ Unlock
1 Type 1
2 Type 2
3*
1 Flash
2 Flashes
Normal Operation 3 Flashes
Unlock before start. Lock pulse after start and shutdown
Lock pulse only after remote starter shuts off
No additional re-lock pulses
Press the Program Button 1 time to select setting 1 (This will be confirmed by 1 LED flash)
Press and hold the Program Button until you receive the appropriate # of park light flashes and siren chirps.
Release the Program Button . Press momentarily to move to next program step or repeat to change selection.
Setting 2- Gas/ Diesel Mode- Blue Wire on 14-Pin
1 Positive Glow/ 30seconds
1 Flash
Waits a maximum 30 seconds before starting.
2 Timed Delay/ 15 Seconds
2 Flashes
Ignition ON for 15 seconds before engaging remote starter
3*Gas/ Negative Glow Plug
3 Flashes
Waits 2 seconds to start if no diesel input is detected
Press the Program Button 2 time to select setting 2 (This will be confirmed by 2 LED flash)
Press and hold the Program Button until you receive the appropriate # of park light flashes and siren chirps.
Release the Program Button . Press momentarily to move to next program step or repeat to change selection.
Setting 3- Rearm Output- Yellow Wire on 14-Pin
1 Type 1
1 Flash
Pulse after start and with lock
2 Type 2
2 Flashes
Pulse after start only
3* Factory Re-arm
3 Flashes
0.75 second pulse with lock and after shutdown
Press the Program Button 3 times to select setting 3 (This will be confirmed by 3 LED flashes)
Press and hold the Program Button until you receive the appropriate # of park light flashes and/or horn honks.
Release the Program Button. Press Program Button momentarily to move to next program step or repeat to change selection.
Setting 4- Run Time
1 30 Min Run Time
1 Flash
Remote Starter runs for 30min when activated
2 45 Min Run Time
2 Flashes
Remote Starter runs for 45min when activated
3* 15 Min Run Time
3 Flashes
Remote Starter runs for 15 min when activated
Press the Program Button 4 times to select setting 4 (This will be confirmed by 4 LED flashes)
Press and hold the Program Button until you receive the appropriate # of park light flashes and/or horn honks.
Release the Program Button. Press Program Button momentarily to move to next program step or repeat to change selection.
Setting 5-Maximum Crank Time
1 10 Seconds
2 3 Seconds
3* 5 seconds
1 Flash
2 Flashes
3 Flashes
10 sec Max time that starter will stay engaged
3 sec Max time that starter will stay engaged
5 sec Max time that starter will stay engaged
Press the Program Button 5 times to select setting 5 (This will be confirmed by 5 LED flashes)
Press and hold the Program Button until you receive the appropriate # of park light flashes and/or horn honks.
Release the Program Button. Press Program Button momentarily to move to next program step or repeat to change selection.
Setting 6- Starter Kill/ Bypass Module Output- Orange wire on 14-Pin Con.
1 Active Starter Kill
2 Passive Starter Kill
3* Bypass Module
1 Flash
On when locked, Before ignition and 2 seconds after ignition turns off.
2 Flashes Same as setting 1 but will arm 60sec after the ignition turns off.
3 Flashes Output before ignition. Stays on 2 seconds after ignition turns off.
Setting 7- Safety Start Mode
1 Safety ON
2* Safety OFF
1 Flash
Must press the start button twice to remote start the vehicle
2 Flashes Press the start button once to remote start the vehicle.
Press the Program Button 7 times to select setting 7 (This will be confirmed by 7 LED flashes)
Press and hold the Program Button until you receive the appropriate # of park light flashes and/or horn honks.
Release the Program Button. Press Program Button momentarily to move to next program step or repeat to change selection.
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OPERATIONS
PROGRAM MODE 4 - TACH SETTINGS
Setting 1- Auto Tach Learn.
1) Make all the required wire connections and plug-in the Unit.
**The park lights should flash twice upon power up.
2) Turn the Ignition Key ON. (Park Lights will turn on).
3) Start the vehicle, LED’s on antenna will come when proper tach signal is detected**, then after 30-35
seconds the park lights will turn off then flash twice to confirm tach learning.
Note: A system reset must be done before a new tach signal can be learned to the module.
Setting 1- Method 2- Low Idle Learn
This option is used for vehicles that maintain a High or Erratic idle after starting and need more than 10
seconds to establish a stable idle.
Step 1 - Enter Program Mode (Ignition ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON) then press the Program Button on the antenna 1 time.
Step 2 - Enter Program Menu 4 - Press the # button on the remote.(Button #4).
Step 3 - Start Vehicle - Using the ignition key, make sure not to turn the key off at any time or your will exit programming.
Step 4 - Press the Button - One time (Led will start flashing in single cycles) then press and hold Program Button for(5sec).
Step 5 - Release the Button - Led should come on steady to indicate correct tach signal the park light will flash to confirm.
Setting 2- Adjust For Over-Crank
Step 1 - Enter Program Mode (Ignition ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON) then press the Program button on the antenna 1 time.
Step 2 - Enter Program Menu 4 - Press the # button on the remote.(Button #4).
Step 3 - Press the Program Button - 2 times (Led will start flashing 2 times).
Step 4 - Hold the Program Button - For 5 seconds until park lights flash (each time lights flash the setting is reduced).
Step 5 - Release the Button - Exit Program Mode and remote start to test.
Setting 3- Adjust For Under-Crank
Step 1 - Enter Program Mode (Ignition ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON) then press the Program button on the antenna 1 time.
Step 2 - Enter Program Mode 4 - Press the # on the remote.(Button #4).
Step 3 - Press the Program Button - 3 times (Led will start flashing 3 times).
Step 4 - Press and Hold Program - For 5 seconds until park lights flash (each time lights flash the setting is increased).
Step 5 - Release Program - Exit Program Mode then remote start to test.
Reservation Mode - Manual Transmissions Only.
Manual Transmission Remote Starters must have both the door trigger and park brake wires connected.
Most installs will require a clutch bypass. This is a temporary bypass. The clutch should only be
bypassed during the activation of the remote starter. Never disconnect or alter the switch to be always
bypassed. Always use a “M” Series Remote Starter on a manual transmission vehicle.
Never install a automatic Remote Starter model into a manual transmission vehicle. It is not
recommended to install a remote starter on a convertible type vehicle. If doing so It is highly
recommended that a radar sensor is installed to cover the proximity of the gear shift lever. If the radar
sensor is tripped the remote starter will exit Reservation Mode.
To enter Reservation Mode, the following steps must be followed.
Step 1 - While the vehicle is running, place the transmission in neutral and apply the parking brake.
Step 2 - Press and release the brake pedal. The park lights will flash.
Step 3 - Turn the ignition key off and the vehicle will stay running.
Step 4 - Exit the vehicle and close the door. The vehicle will then shut off.
Step 5 - The vehicle can now be safely remote started.
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NOTE: If the vehicle has a dome light delay, the vehicle may stay running until the dome light turns off.
This is normally no longer than 30 seconds. Reservation Mode will automatically be exited if the doors
of the vehicle are opened. The set-up mode will then have to be repeated . Reservation Mode Must
Be set-up each time the vehicle is parked.
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OTHER FEATURES
Transmitter Programming
Step 1 - Within three seconds turn the ignition Key ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON - Leaving Key ON
Step 2 - Press and hold the Program Switch - Parking Lights will come ON **if park-lights do not come
on at this point, turn key off for 5 seconds, then repeat step 1.
Step 3 - Continue to hold the Program Switch, the park lights go out. (Do not release Program Button)
Step 4 - Press the LOCK button on each of 1st car remote’s and press the # button on each of the 2nd
car remote’s of the transmitters to be programmed. The park lights will flash once and the
horn will honk once each time a new code is learned.
Note: Transmitter programming must done quickly. Do not pause more than one second between each
transmitter. All the transmitters to be used must be programmed at the same time. All transmitters
not programmed at this time will be erased from memory for security. The system holds a
maximum of 4 transmitter codes including 2nd car remote codes.
You can program the same remote as a 1st car remote in one vehicle and as a 2nd car remote in a
second vehicle.
System Service Mode
ACTIVATING Service Mode
1. While the ignition is “ON” press and hold the Program Button for five seconds. The
park lights will flash five times and the horn (optional)will honk five times to confirm
that the system is in Service Mode.
2. While in Service Mode the remote start functions will be disabled and LED’s will be
“ON” steady. Door locks and trunk release are still operational.
DEACTIVATING Service Mode
1. While the ignition is “ON” press and hold the Program Button for five seconds. The
park lights will flash two times and the horn (optional)will honk two times to confirm
that the system has exited Service Mode.
2. Remote start functions will return to normal operation.
System Service Mode - By Remote
ACTIVATE Service Mode
1 - Press and Release button #4 then press and hold Button #4 again for 6
seconds until Status LED comes on Steady
NOTE: If horn is connected the horn will honk 5 times.
DEACTIVATE Service Mode
1 - Press and Release button #4 then press and hold Button #4 again for 6
seconds until Status LED turn off.
NOTE: If horn is connected the horn will honk 2 times.
Battery Replacement
The transmitter battery should be changed at least once every year to maintain proper operating range.
Replace with quality23A 12volt Alkaline battery.
Step #1
Step #2
Step #4
+
-
Carefully remove the
screw from back of
the remote.
Step #3
Remove top case
then replace the
battery.
Replace top case.
Re-install screw.
Test remote for
proper operation.
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Installation Guide
RELAY DIAGRAMS
Use 30A SPDT Automotive Type Relays
Negative Type Door Locks
Vehicle
Lock/Unlock
Switch
Lock
To Control
Relay or
Actuators
Un
lock
Green
Blue
Positive Type Door Locks
Fused +12V
Un
Lock
lock
87
Green
87
87a
86
30
Blue
Vehicle
Lock/Unlock
Switch
87a
86
85
85
30
To Control Relay
or Actuator
Note: Always install a in-line fuse when suppling 12volts to relays.
Never use the center pin of the keyless entry harness to power relays.
5 Wire / Reverse Polarity Type Door Locks
Fused +12V
87
87
Green
Blue
Vehicle
Lock/Unlock
Switch
Lock
Unlock
87a
87a
86
85
30
86
85
30
x
Cut
x
Cut
Note: Always install a in-line fuse when suppling 12volts to relays.
Never use the center pin of the keyless entry harness to power relays.
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