COBY electronic TF-TV4217 Flat Panel Television User Manual

Remote Vehicle Control System
SRT 9000
Owner's Manual
Deluxe Vehicle Security and Remote
Start System with 900Mhz Two Way
Confirming OLED Remote Control
IMPORTANT NOTE: The operation of the Security and Convenience System as described in this
manual is applicable to most vehicles. However, due to the configuration of some vehicles, some
functions AND/OR SAFETY PRECAUTIONS may not apply. Please see your installing dealer for more
information.
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Table of Contents
2-Way Transmitter Main Display Screen ........................................................................................ 4
2-way transmitter button descriptions and locations
Charging the Battery ....................................................................................................................... 5
2-way transmitter main display page
Vehicle Menu Option on the 2-Way Transmitter .......................................................................... 7
Menu options for the 2-way transmitter
Settings for the 2-Way Transmitter .............................................................................................. 8
Button beeps
Button lock
Melody / vibration mode
Demo mode
Settings for the 2-Way Transmitter, continued ........................................................................... 9
Power save mode
Parking meter setting
Parking area setting
Settings for the 2-Way Transmitter, continued ......................................................................... 10
Lighting for the 2-way transmitter
Clock adjustment
Alert alarm timer
Settings for the 2-Way Transmitter, continued ......................................................................... 11
Count down timer
Daily start timer
Name of TX setting
Settings for the 2-Way Transmitter, continued ......................................................................... 12
Name of channel setting
Language setting
Set to defaults
Resetting the 2-way transmitter
Using Your Remote Control ........................................................................................................ 13
Arming the security system
Arm with sensor bypass
Hidden alarm feature
Active/Passive arming
Using Your Remote Control, continued ..................................................................................... 14
Disarming the security system
Two stage door unlock*
Attemped intrusion identification
Activating the trunk release feature*
* May require additional installation labor, components and installation cost
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Table of Contents, continued
Using Your Remote Control, continued ..................................................................................... 15
Activating optional AUX 1*
Activating optional AUX 2*
Activating optional AUX 3*
Activating optional AUX 4*
Using the progressive car finder feature
Using the personal protection alarm
Using Valet Mode .......................................................................................................................... 16
Using Your Remote Vehicle Starter ............................................................................................. 16
Remote starting your vehicle
Entering the vehicle while it’s running via remote start
Using Your Remote Vehicle Starter, continued ......................................................................... 17
Preheating or precooling the vehicle’s interior
Using the quick stop feature
Operating the 1/2/3 hour start up timer mode
Using Your Remote Vehicle Starter, continued ......................................................................... 18
Operating the daily start timer
Using the safety control switch
Remote start safety features
Using the optional turbo timer
Additional System Features .......................................................................................................... 19
Page call out
Check vehicle status
Check temperature
Trigger check
Multiple vehicle operation
Anti Hi-Jack Mode ......................................................................................................................... 20
Quick Reference Operation Guide .............................................................................................. 20
Quick Reference Operation Guide, continued .......................................................................... 21
Replacing Remote Control Batteries .......................................................................................... 22
Emergency Override Procedure ................................................................................................... 22
Lifetime Warranty .......................................................................................................................... 22
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2-Way Transmitter Main Display Screen
OLED MAIN DISPLAY SCREEN
Transmitter Name
Timer
Door Lock
In
Range Indicator
Door Unlock
Alarm Status
Temperature
Car Jacking
Engine Running
Battery Level
Count Down Timer
Parking Timer
Melody Mode
Timer Start
Vibration Mode
Alert Alarm
2-Way Transmitter Button Descriptions / Locations
SWITCH
BUTTON
CHARGING
PORT
SWITCH
BUTTONS 1 -4
RESET BUTTON
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Charging the Battery
Your 2-way transmitter is powered by a built-in 3.7V lithium polymer battery. When the screen displays low battery or
the
icon is flashing it is time to recharge your remote transmitter. Charge the transmitter battery using the
supplied plug-in home charger. While the battery of the transmitter is being charged you can push the “ ” side button
to check it’s charging status. When the screen displays “BATTERY FULL” unplug the charger. Note that it will be
necessary to charge the battery before use.
Low Battery Display
Battery Charging
2-Way Transmitter Main Display Page
To display the main page of the 2-way transmitter press the “ ” icon button, the screen will display the main display
page and the system status. In the case that an icon is flashing on the main display page press the “ ” icon button
once again to view the detail of the flashing icon as in the following examples.
Main Display Page
When “TRIGGERED” is displayed, press the “ ” icon button to display which input was triggered.
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2-Way Transmitter Main Display Page, continued
When the remote start “
” icon is flashing press the “ ” icon button to display the remote start status.
When the count down timer “
” icon is flashing press the “
” icon button to display the count down timer. Use
buttons numbered 1-4 to start, stop or exit the countdown timer mode.
When the start timer “
” icon is flashing press the “
” icon button to display the daily start timer, timer start or
temperature start, depending on which you have selected.
or
When the alert alarm timer “
” icon is flashing press the “
or
” icon button to display the alert alarm timer. Use
buttons numbered 1-4 to start, stop or exit the alert alarm timer mode.
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Vehicle Menu Options on the 2-Way Transmitter
The 2-way transmitter allows multiple operations from the main four buttons by scrolling through the menu screens
and selecting the desired function. To scroll through the menu screens press the “ ” switch up until the desired
function is displayed. Press the corresponding button number (1-4) within five seconds as displayed to the left of
each function.
Menu 3
Menu 2
Menu 1
Menu 5
Menu 4
Main
Menu 6
Menu Options for the 2-Way Transmitter
The 2-way transmitter has multiple convenience features that are selectable from the main four buttons by scrolling
through the menu screens and selecting the desired feature. To scroll through the menu screens press the “ ”
switch down until the desired function is displayed. Press the corresponding button number (1-4) within five seconds
.
as displayed to the left of each function
Menu 1
Menu 2
Menu 5
Menu 4
Menu 3
Menu 6
Main
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Settings for the 2-Way Transmitter
Button Beeps
The 2-way transmitter buttons will respond with a short “beep” sound when pressed. To turn this feature on or off
scroll to menu 1 and select BUTTON BEEPS, then use the corresponding transmitter buttons to make your
selections. Press the side “
” button in to exit and return to the main page.
or
Button Lock
To lock or unlock the 2-way transmitter buttons scroll to menu 1 and select BUTTON LOCK, then use the
corresponding transmitter buttons to make your selections. Press the side “
main page.
” button in to exit and return to the
or
Melody / Vibration Mode
The 2-way transmitter confirms vehicle commands with a melody and on screen display. To switch between melody,
vibration or both, scroll to menu 1 and select MELODY & VIBRATION, then use the corresponding transmitter
buttons to make your selections. Press the side “
” button in to exit and return to the main page.
or
Demo Mode
To view a quick demo of some of the on screen displays scroll to menu 1 and select DEMO MODE, then use the
corresponding transmitter buttons to make your selections. Press the side “
main page.
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” button in to exit and return to the
Settings for the 2-Way Transmitter, continued
Power Save Mode
While in power save mode the 2-way transmitter will not attempt to communicate with the vehicle to conserve
battery life. This feature is useful when leaving the vehicle for extended periods of time or if using the secondary 1
way transmitter. Note that if the alarm is to trigger the 2-way transmitter will NOT indicate the event. To turn this
feature on or off scroll to menu 2 and select POWER SAVE, then use the corresponding transmitter buttons to
make your selections. Press the side “
” button in to exit and return to the main page.
or
Parking Meter Setting
The 2-way transmitter can be set to alert you to an expired parking meter time, in the example below the time is set
for 30 minutes. During the countdown you can check the remaining time by pressing in the side button, the
remaining time will be displayed at the top of the screen. When the timer reaches 0:00 the 2-way transmitter will
sound an alert, press any button to silence the alert. To turn this feature on scroll to menu 2 and select PARKING
METER, then use the corresponding transmitter buttons to select the amount of time needed. Press the side “
button in to exit and return to the main page.
”
Parking Area Setting
The 2-way transmitter can be set to display the parking lot section when you park your vehicle in a large lot or
structure such as an airport parking garage. The example below shows section B120, To enter B120 as the
location scroll to menu 2 and select PARKING AREA, then use the corresponding transmitter buttons to change
the text. To recall the parking area scroll to menu 2 and select parking area, your previous entry of B120 will be
displayed at the top of the screen and will remain in the 2-way transmitter’s memory until changed or cleared.
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Settings for the 2-Way Transmitter, continued
Lighting for 2-Way Transmitter
This setting adjusts the amount of time the 2-way transmitter’s display will remain active without activity. To adjust
the amount of time the display stays active scroll to menu 2 and select LIGHTING FOR OLED, then use the
corresponding transmitter buttons to make your selections. Press the side “
main page.
” button in to exit and return to the
Clock Adjustment
To adjust the clock on the main page scroll to menu 3 and select CLOCK ADJUSTMENT, then use the
corresponding transmitter buttons to make your selections.
Alert Alarm Timer
To adjust the time of day in which you would like to be alerted, scroll to menu 3 and select ALERT ALARM TIMER,
then use the corresponding transmitter buttons to make your selections.
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Settings for the 2-Way Transmitter, continued
Count Down Timer
The 2-way transmitter is equipped with a count down timer that will sound an alert once the time reaches 0:00. To
adjust the count down time, scroll to menu 3 and select COUNT DOWN TIMER, then use the corresponding
transmitter buttons to make your selections.
Daily Start Timer
To adjust the daily start time scroll to menu 3 and select DAILY START TIMER, then use the corresponding
transmitter buttons to make your selections.
Name of TX Setting
The 2-way transmitter name can be modified and appears above the clock display on the main page. To edit the
transmitter name, scroll to menu 4 and select the transmitter , then use the corresponding transmitter buttons to
make your selections.
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Settings for the 2-Way Transmitter, continued
Name of Channel Setting
The 2-way transmitter’s AUX output names can be modified to reflect the accessory in which it controls, such as
window automation or garage door control. To edit the AUX output name, scroll to menu 5, then use the
corresponding transmitter buttons to make your selections.
Language Setting
To change the 2-way transmitters display text between English, Spanish or French, scroll to menu 6, then use the
corresponding transmitter buttons to make your selections.
Set to Defaults
To set the 2-way transmitter back to the factory default settings, scroll to menu 6, then use the corresponding
transmitter buttons to make your selections.
Reseting the 2-Way Transmitter
In some situations it may be necessary to reset the transmitter, to do so, press and release the reset button shown
on page 4 of this manual. After resetting the transmitter it may be necessary to re-sync the transmitter with the
vehicle, do this by pressing the lock button several times until the transmitter or vehicle responds.
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Using Your Remote Control
Arming the Security System
To arm the system, exit the vehicle, close all doors, then press the LOCK button on the remote control. The system
will sound 1 time and the parking lights will flash 1 time, indicating the system is armed, has locked the doors (if
equipped and connected) and activated the starter disable feature. The status indicator (blue warning light on the
dash) will blink steadily, once per second. To arm the system silently, press and hold the LOCK button for 2 seconds
or scroll to vehicle menu 1 and press button #1. The parking lights will flash 1 time, indicating the system is armed,
has locked the doors (if equipped and connected) and activated the starter disable feature. The status indicator
(blue warning light on the dash) will blink steadily, once per second.
The system will sound 3 times if a vehicle entry point has been left open and will be displayed on the 2-way
transmitter as shown below.
Arm with Sensor Bypass
To arm the system and bypass Shock Sensor Zone 4, scroll to
vehicle menu 2 and press button #1 or press LOCK , TRUNK
within 5 seconds.
To arm the system and bypass External Sensor Port Zone 6,
scroll to vehicle menu 2 and press button #2 or press LOCK,
TRUNK, TRUNK within 5 seconds.
To arm the system and bypass both Shock Sensor Zone 4 and External Sensor Port zone
6, scroll to vehicle menu 2 and press button #3 or press LOCK, TRUNK, TRUNK,
TRUNK within 5 seconds.
Hidden Alarm Function
The hidden alarm function disables the siren/horn when triggered, while still flashing the
parking lights and communicating to the 2-way transmitter. To arm the system and active
the hidden alarm feature, scroll to vehicle menu 1 and press button #3 or press TRUNK,
LOCK within 3 seconds.
Active/Passive Arming
Active Arming requires a signal from the transmitter to arm the system. Note that if Automatic Rearm is selected
in programming, the vehicle will rearm if disarmed and a vehicle door is not opened.
Passive Arming will automatically arm the system 30 seconds after all entrances are closed. If an entrance is
reopened during the 30 second countdown the system will wait for the entrance to close and restart the 30 second
countdown.
To bypass passive arming press and release the TRUNK button 2 times while the system is disarmed, the system
will chirp 1 time and the LED will turn on. To return to passive arming, press the LOCK or UNLOCK button.
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Using Your Remote Control, continued
Disarming the Security System
To disarm the system press the UNLOCK button. The system will sound and the parking
lights will flash 2 times, and the doors will unlock (if equipped and connected). To disarm
the system silently, press and hold the UNLOCK button for 2 seconds. The parking lights
will flash, indicating the system is disarmed and has unlocked the doors (if equipped and
connected).
Automatic Rearm: If this feature is selected in programming, the system will rearm automatically 60 seconds
after disarming unless a door is opened.
Two Stage Door Unlock (Optional)
If this feature is enabled on your system, pressing the UNLOCK button one time on the remote control will unlock
only the driver’s door. Press UNLOCK again to unlock the remaining doors.
Attempted Intrusion Identification
This system will inform you if an intrusion attempt has occurred while you were away from the vehicle. If an
intrusion attempt occurred, the system will sound 4 times and the parking lights will flash 3 times when disarming
the system. Enter the vehicle an observe the dash mounted status LED to Identify which zone was triggered. The
2-way transmitter will also display the intrusion identification when the system is disarmed.
1. Zone 1 Hood - 1 flash, pause 1 flash, etc.
2. Zone 2 Trunk - 2 flashes, pause 2 flashes, etc.
3. Zone 3 Door - 3 flashes, pause 3 flashes, etc.
4. Zone 4 Shock Sensor - 4 flashes, pause 4 flashes, etc.
5. Zone 5 Ignition - 5 flashes, pause 5 flashes, etc.
6. Zone 6 Optional Sensor - 6 flashes, pause 6 flashes, etc.
The intrusion warning indicators are stored in the system’s memory and will be erased when the ignition key is
turned on.
Activating the Trunk Release Feature (Optional)
If this feature is enabled on your system, pressing and holding the TRUNK button on the remote control for 2
seconds will open the vehicle’s trunk or hatch.
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Using Your Remote Control, continued
Activating Optional AUX 1 (Optional)
If this feature is enabled on your system, scroll to vehicle menu 3 and
press the AUX 1 button OR simultaneously press and release the
LOCK and TRUNK buttons on the remote control to activate an
optional feature. This feature can be programmed for a wide range of
functions like power window or sunroof automation, please consult your
installing dealer to determine functionality of your system.
Activating Optional AUX 2 (Optional)
If this feature is enabled on your system, scroll to vehicle menu 3 and
press the AUX 2 button OR simultaneously press and release the
UNLOCK and TRUNK buttons on the remote control to activate an
optional feature. This feature can be programmed for a wide range of
functions like power window or sunroof automation, please consult your
installing dealer to determine functionality of your system.
Activating Optional AUX 3 (Optional)
If this feature is enabled on your system, scroll to vehicle menu 3 and
press the AUX 3 button OR simultaneously press and release the
TRUNK and STAR buttons on the remote control to activate an
optional feature. This feature can be programmed for a wide range of
functions like power window or sunroof automation, please consult your
installing dealer to determine functionality of your system.
Activating Optional AUX 4 (Optional)
If this feature is enabled on your system, scroll to vehicle menu 3 and
press the AUX 4 button OR simultaneously press and release the
LOCK and STAR buttons on the remote control to activate an optional
feature. This feature can be programmed for a wide range of
functions like power window or sunroof automation, please consult your
installing dealer to determine functionality of your system.
Using the Progressive Car Finder Feature
Press the LOCK button and the UNLOCK button on the remote control to locate your
vehicle. The system will sound 5 times at low volume increasing in volume each of 3 times
the button is pressed.
Using the Personal Protection Alarm (Panic)
Press and hold the LOCK button and the UNLOCK button on the remote control for 3
seconds to activate the personal protection alarm. The system will sound for 30 seconds.
Pressing any button on the remote control will turn the personal protection alarm off.
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Using Valet Mode
Using Valet Mode
To engage valet mode:
1. Turn the ignition key to the ON position.
2. Press and hold the emergency override button.
3. The blue dashboard mounted LED will light solid
indicating that the system is in valet mode.
When valet mode is activated the dash mounted status LED will light
solid, and all security functions will be disabled.
To disengage valet mode:
1. Turn the ignition key to the ON position.
2. Press and hold the emergency override button.
3. The blue dashboard mounted LED will turn off indicating
that the system has exited valet mode.
VALET OFF:
SECURITY ON
When the valet mode has been deactivated the dash mounted status
LED will turn off and all security functions will be enabled the next time the system is armed.
Using Your Remote Vehicle Starter
Remote Starting Your Vehicle
To activate the remote vehicle start function, press and release the STAR
button on the remote control 2 times
within 2 seconds. The system will sound, the parking lights will flash 1 time and the system will check the vehicle
to ensure it is safe to start, if all safety parameters are correct, the vehicle will start within 10 seconds (diesel
vehicles will take longer). The vehicle’s parking lights will turn on (or flash depending on system settings) as a
visual indication that the vehicle has started and is running. Press and release the STAR button on the remote
control 2 times within 2 seconds again to turn the vehicle off.
If your vehicle stalls or does not start, the system will pause 3 seconds, then try 2 more times to start the vehicle (a
total of 3 attempts). The system will pause 3 seconds between each start attempt. If the vehicle does not start after
the 3rd attempt, the system will abort the remote vehicle start process.
Entering the Vehicle while it is running via Remote Vehicle Start
1. Unlock the vehicle’s doors.
2. Enter the vehicle. DO NOT PRESS THE BRAKE PEDAL!
3. Insert the key into the ignition switch and turn to the ON or RUN position.
4. Press the brake pedal. The remote vehicle starter will disengage and the vehicle will operate normally.
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Using Your Remote Vehicle Starter, continued
Preheating or Precooling the Vehicle’s interior
Before exiting the vehicle, set the temperature controls to the desired setting and operation. After the system starts
the vehicle, the heater or air conditioning will activate and heat or cool the vehicle’s interior to your setting.
Using the “Quick-stop” Feature
If you want to make a short stop and keep your vehicle running (to keep the interior warm or cool), the quick-stop
feature allows you to do this while keeping your vehicle secure and your keys with you.
To engage quick stop:
1. Stop the vehicle and place the transmission in PARK.
2. With your foot off the brake pedal, press and release the STAR button on the remote control 2 times
within 2 seconds. The parking lights will turn on indicating the vehicle is now running via remote vehicle
start.
3. Remove the keys from the ignition and exit the vehicle. Press the LOCK button on the remote control
to lock the vehicle’s doors if desired.
Note: Do not leave children or animals unattended in the vehicle when using the quick-stop feature.
Operating the 1 / 2 / 3 Hour Start Up Timer Mode
The system has the ability to start the vehicle every 1, 2 or 3 hours with
a maximun of 6 cycles. The system also has the ability to monitor
temperature and only start during 1, 2 or 3 hour times if the
temperature falls below a preset mark. This feature is especially useful
in cold climates where the only means to keep the engine and engine
fluids warm is to periodically start the engine. Note that temperature
and 1, 2 or 3 hours must be selected in options programming, see your
installing dealer for details.
WARNING!
Be certain that the vehicle is outdoors before using this or any remote starting device. A running engine produces
dangerous carbon monoxide fumes which can be harmful or fatal if prolonged exposure occurs. DO NOT remote
start the vehicle if it is garaged.
To begin the 1 / 2 / 3 hour start up timer mode:
1 a. Turn the ignition key ON then OFF.
2 a. Within 15 seconds scroll to vehicle menu 5 and select TIMER START.
OR
1 b. Turn the ignition key ON then OFF.
2 b. Within 15 seconds press the TRUNK then STAR buttons.
3. The parking lights will flash and the siren will chirp 3 times indicating timer start is active.
The vehicle will start every 1, 2 or 3 hours and run for the preset time limit (5, 10, 20 or 30 minutes) and
then shutdown. This will continue for a maximum of 6 cycles unless the timer start is cancelled.
To cancel the 1 / 2 / 3 hour start up timer mode, start the vehicle using the ignition key.
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Using Your Remote Vehicle Starter, continued
Operating the Daily Start Timer
The system has the ability to start your vehicle based on a preset time entered into the 2-way transmitter. Prior to
activating this feature it will be necessary to enter the desired start time, refer to Daily Start Timer on page 11. The
daily start timer will only start the vehicle once per activation. When you have finished using the vehicle for the day,
follow the steps below to active the daily start timer.
1. Turn the ignition ON then OFF.
2. Within 15 seconds, scroll to vehicle menu 5 and select DAILY START.
3. The parking lights will flash and the siren will chirp 6 times indicating daily start mode has been
activated.
To cancel daily start, start the vehicle manually.
Using the Safety (Red Handled) Control Switch
The safety (red handled) control switch allows you to temporarily disable the remote vehicle starter feature, this is
especially helpful when having your vehicle serviced or valet parked. To disable the remote start, move the safety
(red handled) control switch to the OFF position.
Remote Start Safety Features
For safety and security reasons, the system will shutdown or prevent the remote vehicle starter from activating if
any of the following occur:
1.
2.
3.
4.
The vehicle’s hood is open.
The brake pedal is pressed prior to turning the ignition key to the ON position.
The engine reaches 3 times its normal idle speed.
The safety (red handled) control switch is moved to the OFF position.
Using the Optional Turbo Timer Feature
The Turbo Timer feature keeps the vehicle running after arriving at your destination for a pre programmed amount
of time to cool down the vehicle’s turbo after you have left the vehicle.
To engage the turbo timer feature:
1. With the vehicle running via the ignition key, and your foot off of the brake pedal.
2. Engage the vehicle’s parking brake.
3. Scroll to vehicle menu 5 and select TURBO TIMER or press and release the UNLOCK and STAR
buttons at the same time.
4. The parking lights will turn on indicating that the turbo time is active.
5. Turn the ignition key OFF, the vehicle will continue to run for the preset time.
To disengage the turbo timer feature:
1. Press the vehicle’s brake pedal.
Or
2. Press the STAR button 2 times.
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Additional System Features
Page Call Out
From within the vehicle, press and hold the emergency override button for 4 seconds, the
2-way remote control will emit a beep and the vehicle call page will be displayed to
indicate that someone is calling you to the vehicle.
Check Vehicle Status
To check the vehicle status, scroll to vehicle menu 4 and select STATUS CHECK.
Check Temperature
The temperature is displayed on the main page but can also be updated by scrolling to
vehicle menu 4 and selecting MONITOR TEMP.
Trigger Check
To check the triggered events scroll to vehicle menu 4 and select TRIGGER CHECK.
Multiple Vehicle Operation
1-Way Remote Control Transmitter
The 1-way transmitter can operate up to 2 vehicles, the additional vehicle must also have this system installed and
the transmitter programmed to it. For 2nd vehicle operation:
1. Press the “II“ button, the LED on the transmitter will turn on for 3.5 seconds.
2. While the LED is on, press the desired button to control the 2nd vehicle.
Note that for the 1-way transmitter you will need to do step 1 each time you wish to use the transmitter with the 2nd
vehicle
2-Way Remote Control Transmitter
The 2-way transmitter can operate up to 4 vehicles, the additional vehicles must also have this system installed and
the transmitter programmed to it. For 2nd, 3rd or 4th vehicle operation scroll to vehicle menu 6 and select the
vehicle. The vehicles are represented by TX1, TX2, TX3 and TX4, once selected the main page will display the
new vehicle.
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Anti Hi-Jack Mode
Anti Hi-Jack
Active Anti Hi-Jack
When Active Anti Hi-Jack is selected it must be activated by the transmitter each time it is needed.
1. While the ignition is ON, scroll to vehicle menu 1 and select CAR JACKING or press simultaneously
press START and UNLOCK for 5 seconds.
2. If the vehicle’s door is opened and closed while the ignition is ON, anti hi-jack will be triggered.
Passive Anti Hi-Jack
When Passive Anti Hi-Jack is selected it is activated each time the ignition is turned on.
1. Turn the ignition ON.
2. If the vehicle’s door is opened and closed while the ignition is ON, anti hi-jack will be triggered.
Anti Hi-Jack Trigger Sequence
1. 50 seconds after the anti hi-jack has been triggered the siren will chirp for 15 seconds.
2. During this 15 second period of chirping pushing the valet button 1 time will cancel anti hi-jack.
3. After 65 seconds the siren and parking lights go into alarm mode.
4. After 90 seconds the starterkill will activate to prevent the vehicle from be re-started if it is shut off, hijack mode will remain active untill the vehicle’s battery power is drained.
Anti Hi-Jack Override
Turn the ignition from OFF to ON and within 10 seconds push the emergency override button. Note that
if you are using the coded override method you will need to enter the pin number at this time.
Quick Reference Operation Guide
Vehicle horn/siren chirps and parking light flashes.
Chirp
1 chirp
2 chirps
3 chirps
4 chirps
5 chirps
Function
Arm
Disarm
Door Ajar Warning
Disarm / Triggered
Car Locator
Parking light
1 flash
2 flashes
3 flashes
5 flashes
Constant On
Function
Arm
Disarm
Disarm / Triggered
Car Locator
Under Remote Start
LED
1
flash...
pause
2
flashes...
pause
3
flashes...
pause
4
flashes...
pause
5
flashes...
pause
6
flashes...
pause
Function
Zone 1 / Trigger on Hood
System LED light flashes.
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LED
Off
Function
Disarmed
Slow
Flash
Fast
Flash
On (Solid)
Armed
Passive Arming
Valet Mode
Zone 2 / Trigger on Trunk
Zone 3
Switch
Zone 4
Sensor
Zone 5
Switch
Zone 6
Sensor
/ Trigger on Door
/ Trigger on Shock
/ Trigger on Ignition
/ Trigger on Optional
Quick Reference Operation Guide, continued
Remote control button operation.
Transmitter Button
/ Button 1
Arm/Lock
Notes
Press and release
-
Arm and Double Lock Pulse
Press twice within 3 seconds
-
Arm/Lock and Bypass Zone 4
Press within 5 seconds
Arm/Lock and Bypass Zone 6
Press within 5 seconds
Arm/Lock and Bypass Zone 4 and 6
Press within 5 seconds
-
System Function
-
-
-
Arm/Lock w/Hidden Alarm Function
Press within 3 seconds
+
Car Finder
Press and release
+
Panic
Press and hold for 3 seconds.
/ Button 2
Silent Arming
Press and hold for 2 seconds
Disarm/Unlock
Press and release
Silent Disarming
Press and hold for 2 seconds
-
Disarm/2 Step Unlock
Press twice within 3 seconds.
+
Activate Anti Hi-Jacking Mode
Press and hold for 5 sec. w/ignition ON
Trunk Release
Press and hold for 2 seconds
/ Button 3
/ Button 4
Bypass Passive Arming
Press twice within 5 seconds
Remote Start Shutdown
Press twice within 3 seconds.
-
Activate Remote Start
Press twice within 3 seconds.
+
AUX 1
Press and release
+
AUX 2
Press and release
+
AUX 3
Press and release
+
AUX 4
Press and release
II
2 Car Mode
1-Way Transmitter
Vehicle Menu
2-Way Transmitter
Confirm Button / Back to Main Page
2-Way Transmitter
Transmitter Menu
2-Way Transmitter
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Replacing Remote Control Batteries
1-way 5 Button Remote Control:
The two 3 volt lithium batteries inside the remote control should last approximately 1 year under normal use. When
the battery becomes weak you will notice the remote control range (the distance from the vehicle the remote
control will work) deteriorate and the small LED on the remote control will dim. To replace the remote control
batteries:
1. Using a small (#1) philips screwdriver, remove the screw from the back of the remote control.
2. Gently unsnap the halves of the remote control apart.
3. Slide the batteries out of the circuit board, observing the +/- symbols on the batteries and replace with
new lithium 3 volt batteries.
4. Gently snap the halves of the remote control back together and reinstall the philips screw on the back
of the remote control.
5. Test the operation of the remote control.
2-way Remote Control:
The 2-way remote control is equipped with a rechargeable battery and is unnecessary to replace, please refer to
the Charging the Battery section on page 5.
Emergency Override Procedure
Emergency Override Procedure
If your transmitter is lost or disabled, it will be necessary use the emergency override button to turn the security
system off. There are two types of emergency override procedures. Check with your installing dealer to find out
what has been activated on your system.
Standard Emergency Override Procedure
1.
Enter the vehicle (the security system will trigger).
2.
Turn the ignition key to the ON position.
3.
Press and release the emergency override button (The security system will turn off).
Note: If the automatic arming feature is enabled on your system. The security system will rearm the next time the
ignition key is turned off and the vehicle’s doors are closed.
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Emergency Override Procedure, continued
Coded Override Procedure
The system has an optional override mode that allows you to program a 2-digit personal code using the emergency
override button offering a higher level of security. This feature must be enabled by your installing dealer, the
default override code is 11.
1.
Enter the vehicle (the security system will trigger).
2.
Turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
3.
Within 5 seconds press the emergency override button the number of times corresponding to
the first digit of your personal code (Default digit is 1).
4.
Within 15 seconds turn the ignition key OFF, then ON.
5.
Within 15 seconds press the emergency override button the number of times corresponding to
the second digit of your personal code (Default digit is 1).
6.
Within 15 seconds turn the ignition key OFF, then ON.
7.
If entered correctly the security system will turn off.
8.
Turn the ignition key to the OFF position.
Programming Your Personal Override Code
Programming your Pin Code (pin code must be two digits).
1.
Turn the ignition ON.
2.
Press and hold the programming button for 10 seconds, the system will chirp 3 times.
3.
Advance to Feature Bank 3, (5 chirps).
4.
Press and hold TRUNK button for three seconds to enter pin code programming, the siren will
chirp twice and the LED will flash twice.
5.
Enter the first digit by pressing the LOCK button 1-9 times.
6.
Enter the second digit by pressing the UNLOCK button 1-9 times.
7.
Press and hold TRUNK button for three seconds to confirm digit entry and exit programming, the
system will give one long chirp and report entry by flashing the LED.
If the new pin code has been accepted (example pin code is 87), the unit will report back by flashing the LED 8
times to indicate the first digit, pause and then flash 7 times indicating the second digit.
Example: If the desired pin code is 87, during step 5 you will press the LOCK button 8 times and during step 6 you
will press the UNLOCK button 7 times.
Note: Custom Code must be turned ON in feature bank 3 before a pin code can be programed. The default setting
for this feature is OFF.
Note: Do not lose your “Personal Override Code”. Reprogramming a new code without the original code
can only be performed by an authorized dealer.
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Code Systems, Inc. Limited Lifetime Warranty
Code Systems Inc. (“CODE”) warrants to the ORIGINAL PURCHASER of this
CODE vehicle security product (the “Product”), purchased from an authorized CODE dealer, that
(except as provided below) should this Product under normal use and conditions, be proven
defective in material or workmanship DURING THE LIFETIME OF THE VEHICLE IN WHICH IT
WAS ORIGINALLY INSTALLED, such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced (at CODE’s option)
without charge for parts directly related to repairs of the defect(s).
Switches, indicator lights, and transmitter cases are similarly warranted to the original
purchaser for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase of the Product.
CODE accessories, sold separately, are covered by the applicable warranty accompanying the accessory.
This warranty is non-transferable, non-assignable and is voided when: (1) the Product
is removed from the vehicle in which it was originally installed; or (2) the vehicle in which the
Product was originally installed is transferred to another party.
This warranty does not apply to any product damaged by accident, physical or
electrical abuse, improper installation, alteration, or use contrary to its intended function, fire,
flood, or other natural acts.
In order for the Product to be repaired or replaced under the terms of this warranty,
the defective Product must be returned to an authorized CODE dealer and accompanied by a
copy of the retail sales receipt. The date of purchase and year, make and model of the vehicle
in which the Product was originally installed must be clearly indicated on the sales receipt.
This warranty is exclusive and CODE MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESSED
OR IMPLIED. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, SHALL BE LIMITED TO
THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY. IN NO CASE SHALL CODE BE LIABLE FOR
ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER
WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WHATSOEVER.
CODE does not warrant that the Product cannot be compromised or circumvented. THE EXTENT
OF CODE’S LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE AND, IN NO EVENT SHALL CODE’S LIABILITY EXCEED THE
PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER OF THE PRODUCT WITHOUT
INSTALLATION LABOR.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal
rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state
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Code Systems, Inc.
Customer Service 1-800-421-3209
WWW.CODE-ALARM.COM
FCC COMPLIANCE
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules and with RSS-210 of Industry
Canada. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including any interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Warning!
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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