INSTALLATION HANDBOOK:
INSTALLATION HANDBOOK:
CS-2011RS IV / CS-2012TW1 / CS-2014FM / CS-2016FM
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your choice of a Crimestopper combination alarm & remote engine starter. This installation
Handbook covers the following models: CS2011RS IV, CS-2012TW1, CS-2014FM & CS-2016FM.
This installation book is designed for the installer or individual with an existing understanding of
automotive electrical systems, along with the ability to test and connect wires for proper operation. To ease
installation, we suggest that you READ THIS MANUAL before beginning your installation. This book is
provided as a GENERAL GUIDLINE and the information contained herein may differ from your vehicle.
DISCLAIMER:
Crimestopper Security Products, Inc. and its vendors shall not be liable for any accident resulting from the
use of this product. This system is designed to be professionally installed into a vehicle in which all
systems and associated components are in perfect working condition.
TECHNICAL SUPPORT (800)-998-6880
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CRIMESTOPPER SECURITY PRODUCTS, INC.
1770 S. TAPO STREET
SIMI VALLEY, CA. 93063
REV D 12.2004
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
Pre-Installation Considerations…………………...….…...…………...……………………………………………………….2
Cautions & Warnings…….…………………………..…..………………………………………………………………………3
Component Mounting………….……………………..……………………………………………….…………………..……..3
Wiring Information………….…………………………....……………...……………………………………………..…….4-10
Power Door Lock Wiring, Systems & Diagrams..….………………...….………..…….……..…………...……………11-13
Tachless, Tach Reference, Tach Finder, Timed Crank Modes………..………………………………………………14-16
Diesel Glow Plug Delay………………………………………………………………………………………………...………17
Programmable Options……...……………………………………………………………………….………….…………17-22
Remote Transmitter / Transceiver Programming (1-Way & 2-Way Remotes)……..…………………...…...…...….22-23
Alarm Trigger Diagnostics…………………....…………………………………………………………………….………….23
2-Vehicle Operation……………………………………………………………………………………………………...……..24
Remote Start Troubleshooting…….……………………..……………………………………………………………...…….25
Jumper Pin Diagram…………………………………………………………………………………………………………....26
Antenna Diagram…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….....27
System Wiring Diagram……………………………………………………...………………………………………...………28
PRE-INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS
BEFORE BEGINNING, check all vehicle manufacturer cautions and warnings regarding electrical service (AIR
BAGS, ABS BRAKES, ENGINE / BODY COMPUTER AND BATTERY).
PLAN OUT YOUR INSTALLATION. You should pre-determine the location of the Control Module (Brain), Valet
button, LED, and Siren locations. This will save time and ease the installation process.
USE VOLT/OHM METER to test and locate all connections. Test Lights or Lighted Probes could possibly damage a
vehicle’s computer system or cause an airbag to deploy.
ADDITIONAL PARTS, that are not included with this unit, may be needed for your particular vehicle. These
items may include extra relays, Door Lock Interface Modules, or Transponder Override modules.
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CAUTIONS & WARNINGS
DAMAGE RESULTING FROM IMPROPER INSTALLATION IS NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY!!
DO NOT remote start your vehicle in a closed garage. Make sure that the garage door is open or there is adequate
ventilation. Failure to observe this rule could result in injury or death from poisonous Carbon Monoxide fumes.
DO NOT ROUTE ANY WIRING THAT MAY BECOME ENTANGLED with the brake/gas pedals, steering column, or
any other moving parts in the vehicle.
REMOVE MAIN SYSTEM FUSE(S) before jump-starting the vehicle or charging the battery at high boost. DAMAGE
MAY OCCUR TO SYSTEM IF PROPER PRECAUTIONS ARE NOT OBSERVED.
DO NOT exceed the rated output current of any circuit on the Remote start module. Failure to observe this warning
will result in damage to the unit. Output currents are listed where applicable throughout this manual.
DO NOT extend the Remote start ignition harness length. Mount the module so that main harness reaches all
ignition switch wiring. Extending these wires could result in poor performance.
COMPONENT MOUNTING
CONTROL MODULE: The alarm control module should be mounted in a concealed location. DO NOT mount the
control unit in the engine compartment. Fasten the module to a bracket or wire harness using the cable ties
provided.
ANTENNA MODULE: For optimum range and performance, the antenna/receiver module should be located high up
on the front windshield glass. For example: behind the rearview mirror. Note: Window tints or Films may decrease
the range of the system. The mounting surface for the antenna should be clean and dry.
SIREN MOUNTING: Mount the siren under the hood to fender-well or other body surface with the open end facing
downward. Run the red siren wire through the firewall using a rubber grommet. Ground the black wire to the body
metal near the siren.
LED: Mount the red LED in a visible location on the dashboard or console.
SHOCK SENSOR: Mount the included shock sensor with wire ties to an under dash wire harness or fasten with
screws to firewall or side paneling.
OVERRIDE/PROGRAM/VALET BUTTON: Mount the Override/Program push-button in a hidden but accessible
location. This button is required for emergency disarm, programming, and valet mode.
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WIRING: 9-PIN Connector
Green: MODE A: (-) Start Activation Input
This wire allows an outside source or accessory to
activate a Remote Start. A 1-second Ground pulse
on this wire will trigger a remote start. This wire
can be used with an RS-400 temperature module.
Optional Turbo Timer Wiring
Momentary
Switch
GREEN
Green: MODE B (-) Optional Turbo Timer Input
This wire allows the system to keep a vehicle
(Not included)
running for 1-5 minutes [selectively] after removing
the key.
This mode requires the use of a
momentary switch that is not included with the kit. Connect a 2-pole momentary switch with one side to chassis
Ground and the other side to the Green input wire. If you own a turbo or turbo diesel vehicle, you can now allow the
CoolStart system to keep your engine running for 1-5 minutes after exiting/locking your vehicle to cool-down without
the need for an external “Turbo Timer”. See operator’s manual for more information. When using turbo timer and
passive arming, you must turn program option #20 “OFF”.
Brown: (+) Siren Output
Connect brown wire to siren red wire. Connect black wire of siren to chassis ground (body metal).
Brown/White: (-) Horn Honk Output (Optional, may require a relay)
Connect to the Negative Horn Trigger wire usually located near the steering column. If the vehicle horn circuit
requires +12V, then a relay is required. RELAY WIRING: Connect the Brown/White wire to terminal 85, connect
relay terminals 86 and 87 to +12V constant power. Connect terminal 30 of the relay to the +12V positive
device/circuit to be activated.
Black/White: (-) 500mA Dome Light Illumination Output (Optional, Requires relay)
Negative Dome Light System: Connects to terminal 85 of a relay. Connect terminals 86 +12V Constant.
Connect terminal 87 to Chassis Ground and Connect Terminal 30 to the Negative dome light activation circuit.
Positive Dome Light System: Connects to terminal 85 of a relay. Connect terminals 86 & 87 to +12V Constant.
Connect terminal 30 to the Positive dome light activation circuit.
Green/Red: Remote Aux. Output 1 OR MAP-Mobile Accessories Protection (Optional, requires relay)
This is a programmable output that can operate two different ways: 1. (DEFAULT) A Remote Auxiliary Output that
provides a ½ Second (-) Negative pulse when Button #3 is pressed to open a Factory power trunk or hatch release.
It can function as an MAP output that provides a continuous (-) Negative output when in the system is put into
VALET PARK MODE.
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WIRING: 9-PIN Connector
M.A.P. can be used to interrupt power/accessory wiring to prevent unauthorized access of the vehicle’s audio or
entertainment systems when Valet Park mode is ON. See Mobile Accessories Protection Diagram below.
GREEN/RED
M.A.P. OUTPUT
85
86
87
+
IGN.
SWITCHED
87A 30
MOBILE ACCESSORY PROTECTION
Connect relay as shown to interrupt the power
wire of mobile accessories such as Audio system
or Cellular telephone. The Alarm will disconnect
these accessories when in VALET PARK MODE.
OFF
105. 5FM
ACC
IGN
CUT
RADIO
START
Blue/Black: (-) IGNITION OUT or REMOTE AUX. Output #2 (Programmable, See Programmable Option #17)
This wire functions as a Negative IGNITION OUTPUT (Ground while Remote Starting) for use when connecting
factory Security Bypass modules or when an additional external Ignition Relay is required for your installation. This
wire can be programmed to function as an AUXILIARY OUTPUT #2 providing a momentary (-) Negative output
when Button #3 (Trunk) is pressed and held for more than 2 seconds. The Aux Channel #2 output stays on as long
a the button is held down. Connect to the Negative activation circuit of an auxiliary module or device.
Blue/White: (-) Passenger Door Unlock Output (Optional, requires relay)
This wire activates when the unlock button on the remote is pressed a second time upon disarming. This wire is
used for the Optional Separate Driver’s/Passenger Unlock feature. Connects to unlock circuit for passenger door or
doors. See DOOR LOCK WIRING for special configuration options.
Orange: (-) Negative Starter Disable/Anti-Grind Output
This wire should be connected to the Yellow wire of the pre-wired relay socket for the starter disable. Connect the
blue wire of the relay socket to the Ignition switched wire on the vehicle. Cut the vehicle starter wire and connect
each half to an Orange wire on the relay socket. This output also turns on with remote start to function as an “Anti
Grind” wire to prevent the starter from grinding if you get in your car and turn the key too far after it was remote
started. See starter disable diagram on next page.
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WIRING: 9-PIN Connector
STARTER DISABLE:
IGNITION SWITCHED
"ON" & HOT THROUGH
CRANKING
IGN. SWITCHED
STARTER WIRE
CONNECT TO
ORANGE WIRE
OF ALARM
PRE-WIRED
STARTER DISABLE
RELAY & SOCKET
START OUTPUT
FROM ALARM
6-PIN HARNESS
CUT
YELLOW
STARTER
BLUE
ORANGE
ORANGE
MAKE CERTAIN TO
CONNECT BROWN
WIRE TO STARTER
MOTOR SIDE!!!
BROWN
Orange/Black: (-) OEM Disarm Output
This wire provides a Ground pulse to disarm vehicles' Factory anti-theft system prior to a Remote Start. Connect
this wire to the vehicles' anti-theft disarm wire. This wire is sometimes found coming off the Driver's door key switch
or at the Factory Anti-theft control module.
WIRING: 6-PIN High Current Connector
\
PIN 1: BROWN:
PIN 2: GRAY:
PIN 3: RED:
PIN 4: RED:
PIN 5: PINK:
PIN 6: PINK/WHITE:
STARTER OUTPUT (30A Max.)
ACCESSORY (HEAT/AC) (30A)
+12V POWER INPUT (BATTERY) FUSED (30A)
+12V POWER INPUT (BATTERY) FUSED (30A)
IGNITION 1 (30A Max.)
IGNITION or ACCESSORY #2 OUTPUT (30 Max.)
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NOTE!: Use External Relays
for High Current Ignition
and/or Accessory circuits
greater than 30A. Failure to
do so could result in damage
to the unit that is not covered
under warranty.
WIRING: 6-PIN High Current Connector
Diagram not to scale,
for illustration purposes
only. Your vehicle may
differ.
RED
FUSE
30A
RED
PINK/WHITE
FUSE
30A
+
FUEL
PUMP
ENGINE
ECU
PINK
BROWN
GRAY
STARTER
+
COIL
IGN
IGN 2
OR
ACC
ACC 2
IF NECESSARY
HEAT / AC
NOTE!: Use External Relays for High Current Ignition and/or Accessory
circuits greater than 30A. Failure to do so could result in damage to the
unit that is not covered under warranty.
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BATTERY
WIRING: 3-PIN Connector
White/Red: Tachometer Input
When installing this system in TACH REFERENCE mode, this wire must be connected to a valid source of AC
voltage. This wire allows the unit to sense the engine running. See Tach Section on Page 15 for more information.
Black: Chassis Ground
Connect to body metal of the vehicle using a sheet metal screw and a star washer to ensure a good ground. Keep
the Ground wire short. Scrape away and paint or debris from ground location.
WHITE: +12V or (-) 500mA NEGATIVE PARKING LIGHT OUTPUT:
Connect to vehicle parking light circuit at the back of light switch or if this is not possible, connect directly to one of
the parking lights at the front of the vehicle. If your vehicle has a multiplex lighting system that requires a (-)
Negative parking light output, then move the jumper from (+) to (-). See Jumper Pin Diagram (Pg. 26). Some
European vehicles require separate left and right circuits. Use a dual relay or diodes to isolate the output.
NOTES: (1) Default parking light output is +12 volts. (2) Use an external relay for vehicles that draw excess
current from extra running lights, light bars, or trailers. Parking light output is limited to +10 or -.5 AMPS
only.
WIRING: 5-PIN Connector
Violet: (+) Door Pin Switch Input
Same as the GREEN wire below except this wire is used for vehicles that show a positive voltage (+12 volts) when
the door is open and a ground when doors are closed as in many Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicles.
Green: (-) Door Pin Switch Input
Identify the wire that reads ground when any door is open and 12 volts when all doors are closed. Some vehicles
may have isolated door triggers. In this case you may need to run additional wires from other doors or go directly to
the wire that triggers the vehicle’s interior dome light. Sometimes newer vehicles contain a separate body control
module (BCM) where the door trigger circuit can be located. Most vehicles will NOT require the use of BOTH Green
and Violet door trigger wires.
Blue: (-) Hood/Trunk Pin Switch Input
Input trigger for a grounding hood or trunk pin switch. Connect to existing hood and trunk pin switches that read
ground when open. If no existing switches are available, install new pin switches if desired. Note: DO NOT mount
new pin switches in water pathways.
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WIRING: 5-PIN Connector
Pink: (+12V) +/- Diesel Glow Plug Input or Car Jack Input (Programmable Input Wire)
+/- Glow Plug Input (Diesel Vehicles Only)
Connect Pink wire to indicator circuit that shows a (- or +) Signal while the “WAIT TO START LAMP” is on.
When this wire is used, the system will wait until light turns off before attempting a remote start. Note: This
input is jumper selectable for Positive or Negative type signals. See Jumper Pin diagram (Pg. 26) for jumper
configuration.
Carjack Trigger
When using Carjack protection, connect this Pink wire to a toggle switch, or positive door trigger or ignition
depending on your level of Carjack protection. When +12V is applied to this wire, with the IGN on, then
Carjack is armed. If a door is opened then closed, a Carjack countdown will begin. See Diagram Below for
wiring configurations. DO NOT connect the Pink Carjack wire to Ignition unless there is extreme danger of a
Carjack. When using the Ignition, Carjack is armed all the time and must be reset each time a door is opened
and closed.
OPTIONAL CAR JACK WIRING:
HIDDEN BUTTON or
TOGGLE SWITCH
(Not Included)
PINK
IGN SW
+ IGN
+
12 V
PINK
FULL-TIME CARJACK
CONTROLLED W/SWITCH
White: (+12V) Brake Reset
Connect the White wire to the side of brake pedal switch that shows +12 volts ONLY when pedal is depressed. This
will turn off the remote start if someone attempts to drive the car without the keys or if the Ignition key is not turned
on all the way.
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WIRING: 2-PIN LED / 2-PIN Program-Valet Button (22 gauge wires)
Mount LED in a visible location on the Dash or Console. Connect the small 2-pin plug from the LED to the control
module. Note: Connectors are designed so that they will only plug into their appropriate slots.
Mount the Valet/Program/Override button in a suitable location. Connect the 2-pin plug from the Switch to the
control module. Note: Connectors are designed so that they will only plug into their appropriate slots.
WIRING: 4-PIN Shock Sensor (22 Gauge wires)
4 Pin Plug - Sensor Plug 22 Gauge :
White Wire: (-) Negative Trigger
Blue Wire: (-) Negative Warn Away
Black Wire: (-)Sensor Ground
Red Wire: +12Volt Sensor Power
SHOCK SENSOR: The sensor supplied with this system
does not require any additional wiring. Simply mount the
sensor in a suitable location, plug it in, and adjust for
sensitivity.
Sensor Adjustment
Adjust the main shock sensor with the small White dial. Clockwise will increase sensitivity and counter-clockwise
will decrease sensitivity. Adjust Pre-Warning level with small Black dial.
WIRING: 4-PIN (BLUE) Door Lock Connection Port (For External Modules)
There is now a Blue 4-pin output port for use when
installing your system along with an optional
Crimestopper Data Bus door lock interface module.
Some new vehicles require a special door lock
interface module. Check your Crimestopper catalog
or Crimestopper’s website for the latest list of vehicles
requiring Data Bus door lock interfaces. To save time
just connect the 4-pin input harness of a Crimestopper
Data Bus Interface Module into this Blue port and
make the remaining connections according to the data
module’s instructions. If using an External Data Bus
module, you will no longer require the standard 3-pin
door lock output plug for your installation.
New Connection for External Modules
Crimestopper External
Data Bus Door Lock
Adapter. (Optional) Check
Catalog for Part numbers
& Applications.
Blue
4-Pin
(-) LOCK
+12 VDC
(-) UNLOCK
(-) UNLOCK (#2)
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POWER DOOR LOCKS: WIRING & SYSTEM TYPES
GREEN: (-) LOCK / (+) UNLOCK
BLUE: (-) UNLOCK / (+) LOCK
RED: +12V Coil Power for external relays
[READ BELOW FOR COMMON DOOR LOCK TYPES]
HINT! This system provides BOTH Positive and Negative Door Lock Outputs on the same set of wires. Make note of this
and use diodes when installing this system on either Positive or Negative types of door lock systems to prevent damage to
the unit’s door lock outputs. See door lock diagrams on next page for diode use. With Reverse Polarity systems or when
installing Door Lock Actuators in the doors, external relays or a relay module is required.
NOTE: This door lock information is provided as a guide. Your particular vehicle may differ.
DETERMINING DOOR LOCK TYPE:
We recommend determining the type of locking system the vehicle has before connecting any wires. Incorrect
connection could result in damage to the alarm and/or the vehicle’s locking system. We have provided a brief
description and test procedure for common door locking systems under “DOOR LOCK SYSTEMS page 10.
Negative or Positive Trigger (-/+): Many Vehicles: Imports, Ford, GM, Chrysler and European
Negative trigger door lock systems send a Negative (Ground) pulse to existing factory relays to lock and unlock the
vehicle doors while positive systems send a +12 Volt signals.
Reverse Polarity: Many Ford/Lincoln/Mercury/Dodge/Chrysler/Plymouth and early 90’s GM Trucks
Reverse Polarity systems use no relays, but instead the door lock/unlock motors are controlled directly from the lock and
unlock switches in the door. The lock and unlock wires rest at Negative Ground when not in use. When the lock or unlock
button is pressed, one of the circuits is “Lifted” and replaced with +12V causing a lock or unlock to occur.
Single Wire (Dual Voltage): Late model Chrysler/Dodge/Plymouth Vehicles, some 2000-UP GM
Dual Voltage systems have lock/unlock switches that send varying levels of Positive voltage OR Negative ground current to
the SAME wire for both lock and unlock. When the vehicle’s Body Computer Module (BCM) or door lock module senses
different voltages on this wire, the system will either lock or unlock. Single wire door lock systems require relays and
resistors.
Databus Systems 2003-UP GM Trucks & SUV’s, ‘99-04 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Databus systems send low current “Data messages” to the door lock controllers in order to lock and unlock the vehicle. To
install aftermarket systems in these vehicles, an interface module is required that converts the regular lock/unlock pulses into
“Data messages” to allow locking & unlocking. Interface modules are sold separately.
Semi Automatic: European makes and some Imports Saab, Volvo, Isuzu, Hyundai
Semi Automatic systems use a power lock control for all doors EXCEPT the Driver’s door. The only way to control
lock/unlock on this type of system is install an actuator motor to control the driver’s door lock itself.
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DOOR LOCK WIRING
NEGATIVE TRIGGER DOORLOCK WIRING
POSITIVE TRIGGER DOORLOCK WIRING
GREEN
GREEN
RED
RED
BLUE
BLUE
L
IN4001
IN4001
DIODES
DIODES
UL
L
FACTORY
POWER
LOCKING
RELAYS
LOCK
UNLOCK
UL
REVERSE POLARITY DOOR LOCK WIRING
GREEN
BLUE
85
86
87
87A 30
85
GREEN
L
UL
FUSED
+12V
+
RED
BLUE
85
86
86
87
87A 30
87
87A 30
MASTER
SWITCH
+
UNLOCK
AFTERMARKET MOTOR/DOOR LOCK WIRING
FUSED
+12V
+
RED
FACTORY
POWER
LOCKING
RELAYS
LOCK
CUT
CUT
12
85
86
87
87A 30
SEPARATE DRIVER’S DOOR UNLOCK WIRING
NEGATIVE TRIGGER DOOR LOCKS
BLUE/WHITE
GREEN
RED
BLUE
DRIVER'S
DOOR MOTOR
85
86
87
30 87A
L
L
UL
UL
FACTORY LOCK
RELAYS
+12V
+
FUSED
UNLOCK WIRE
CUT
WIRING FOR REVERSE POLARITY DOOR LOCKS
BLUE/WHITE
GREEN
RED
FUSED
+12V
BLUE
MASTER
SWITCH
+
85
85
86
86
87
87A 30
87
30 87A
+
L
86
87
87A 30
CUT
UL
CUT
85
CUT
LOCK WIRE
UNLOCK WIRE
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TACHLESS MODE
Your system includes a Tach-less mode that actively monitors and compares the vehicle’s resting voltage versus its
running voltage each a remote start is performed; [instead of the conventional tach-pulse method]. Smart Tachless
mode adjusts automatically to maintain optimum efficiency over the life of the life of the installation.
IMPORTANT NOTES:
(1) SETUP may be required for the Tachless Mode. If your vehicle has NOT been at rest for a period of time (Hot
engine), then you must drain the surface charge from the battery. Unplug main power harness from system, turn
HEADLIGHTS ON for 4 minutes to drain off excess surface charge on vehicle’s battery then reconnect.
(2) On the rare occasion that Tachless mode does not operate satisfactorily, change the voltage reference level as
described below, or use a different mode such as “Tach Reference” mode, or “Timed Crank” mode.
TACHLESS ADJUSTMENT:
In the event Tachless over-cranks or under-cranks your starter, the settings can be changed. The purpose of
adjusting the “Smart Tachless” Mode is to raise or lower the voltage reference threshold from the 90% default point.
Raising or lowering this 90% point should increase or decrease your cranking time respectively. You can adjust the
range from 80% to 100% in one percent increments. Factory default setting [starting point] is in the middle at 90%
which should work for most vehicles. If you feel you need to fine tune the Tachless mode, then follow the steps
below to adjust its reference level.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open hood (or ground Blue wire if no hood pin is installed)
Turn the key to the ON position
Press program button 5 times, after a few seconds the unit will flash the lights 5 times.
Carefully press the program button 24 times to get to option level 24. You must get a light flash after each press.
If the lights didn’t flash, then the unit did not register your button press. Only count the light flash.
5. Press the Lock Button #1 on the remote to decrease by 1% (lights will flash 1X for each press); Press the Unlock
Button #2 to increase by 1% (lights will flash 2X for each press); Press the Trunk Button #3 to reset to 90% (lights
will flash 3X). The unit will stop providing light flashes when you reach the bottom (80%) or the top (100%) of the
adjustment range. If you lost track, then just press Button #3 to reset back to 90% and begin again.
6. Turn Ignition OFF, Close hood (or un-ground the Blue wire) and check operation.
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TACH MODE & TACH FINDER FEATURE
Tach Reference Mode provides reliable remote starting performance though engine speed sensing. When using
Tach Reference Mode, the WHITE/RED wire is used for Tach signal [Engine RPM] input. Most modern engines
include various points where the Engine Speed [Tach] or A/C signal may be obtained. Tach Signal examples:
Negative (-) side of ignition coil, at the Distributor or Ignition Control Module, Coil Pack, Engine Computer, or
Crankshaft Sensor. Sometimes Fuel injection solenoids, and Alternator stator pins can be used. These Tach Signal
locations mentioned are provided as a guide, your vehicle may differ. Some locations will NOT be a good location
for Tach source due to RF noise or Computer Data. Use the TACH FINDER feature if needed.
TACH FINDER FEATURE:
The Tach Finder mode can assist you in locating or verifying a Tach source for your installation. Follow the Tach
Finder steps below to locate signal. The unit will begin to flash the parking lights if you have the White/Red wire
connected to a valid tach source. If lights do not flash, then try another wire until you locate a tach signal that will
cause the Parking lights to flash. NOTE: On vehicles equipped with daytime running lights, it may be difficult to see
any flashing parking lights. In this case your only notification will be the slight “ticking” sound coming out of the
module from the on-board flashing light relay.
TACH FINDER:
1. Open hood (Ground the Blue Hood Pin wire if no hood pin is installed)
2. Start Engine with the key.
3. Press the Program button for 2 seconds
4. Lights will begin flashing if the White/Red wire is connected to a valid tach
5. Once Tach is located then turn off engine and close hood to abort.
6. See Tach Reference programming below.
TACH PROGRAMMING:
1. Open hood (Ground Blue wire if no hood pin installed.)
2. Connect WHITE/RED wire to a valid Tach source.
3. Start engine with key.
4. Press program button 5 times, then wait for 5 light flashes.
5. Wait at least one second then push program button again (1) time, you should get a light flash with the button
press. This unit is now at option #1 for Tach Learning.
6. Press the #1 Lock Button on remote transmitter. The unit will read and program the Tach source. The lights
should flash once for confirmation.
7. If lights do not flash for confirmation, then try another tach source or try the tach finder feature above.
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TIMED CRANK MODE
As an alternative to Tach or Tachless mode, “Timed Crank” provides an additional method of starting the vehicle
without locating an exact tach wire. It uses a timed cranking output combined with the use of the Red/White tach
wire as an engine ON/OFF monitor. The Red/White Tach wire MUST STILL be used with this mode. THIS
FEATURE MUST BE PROGRAMMED BEFORE USE! THERE ARE 2 LEVELS of programming required: First, set
the system for “Timed Crank” operation, and secondly you may need to adjust the amount of cranking time. There
are 4 different crank times available for use. SEE OPTION PROGRAMMING CHART FOR SETTINGS.
HOW TO USE THIS FEATURE:
1. Go to the “Programmable Options” section, and set Option #16 to “Pre -Set". (It is normally set to “Tach Monitor”)
2. With “Pre-Set” Cranking time turned ON, you will STILL have to connect the Red/White Tach wire to a tach
source on the engine. The Red/White Tach wire becomes a simple “Engine Monitor”. Although the unit will not
be using the Red/White wire to start the motor, it will be using this wire to determine whether the motor is running
or not. This is a mandatory connection. A “crude” or “less exact” tach source can be used only when in “Time
Crank” mode.
3. Using the vehicle key, start the engine to get a “feel” of how long the cranking time is. Once the “Timed Crank”
mode is turned on, the default cranking time is set to a Default of 0.50 seconds. We recommend beginning with
this setting. Try a remote start and see if the cranking is appropriate for your vehicle
4. If 0.50 seconds is not an appropriate starter cranking time, then go to Programming Option #21 and change the
crank time setting to a longer value. The values are as follows: 0.5, 0.75. 1.0, and 1.5 seconds.
WARNING: This method of starting the vehicle is not as reliable as using regular “Tach” or “Ultra-Smart”
Tachless modes. This method should be used only in the event that a tach wire cannot be located using the
normal tach programming and tach finder. When using this method, there may be certain operating
anomalies requiring seasonal adjustments. These are, but not limited to:
• Starter may under-crank in extreme cold weather. Vehicle may not start on 1 st attempt and may require a
2nd try, 3 rd try, or may not start at all if unsuccessful after 3 attempts.
• In warm weather when your vehicle may start very quickly, “Timed Crank” mode may tend to over-crank
the starter.
• The only way to possibly correct the above issues is to go to the Option #21 and adjust the cranking
time. When in “Timed Crank” mode, the cranking time can only be adjusted manually through option
#21. When using Ultra-Smart Tachless or Regular Tach modes, cranking time is adjusted automatically.
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DIESEL GLOW PLUG DELAY
This feature provides a solution for diesel vehicles without having to connect to the Glow Plug-“Wait to Start Circuit”
input. This may be due to a variety of reasons for example: If your vehicle does not have a viable “Wait to Start
Circuit” or you cannot locate and identify the circuit. You can choose from a selection of “pre-cranking” delay times.
Once this mode is activated, the system will NO LONGER monitor the PINK glow plug input wire and will use a
delay setting chosen by the installer in the option chart.
NOTES: This feature is OFF by default and must be programmed before use. Once this feature is turned ON, the
Pink Glow plug input wire is not used. The Remote start unit will always wait the programmed time before cranking
EVEN IF the glow plugs warm up first. There are 3 different Delay times available for use: 10, 20, or 30 seconds.
SEE PROGRAMMING OPTION CHART, next section.
HOW TO USE THIS FEATURE:
1. See the “Programmable Options” next section and change Option #22 from "Monitor Glow Plug Light" to one of
the delayed time values. (Default setting is to always monitor the PINK Glow Plug input wire.)
2. Once this option has changed the system will wait for the selected time before cranking the engine.
PROGRAMMABLE OPTIONS
You can program multiple options in one session if you start with the lowest option and continue on to higher options
[if needed] without repeating steps #1-3 below. For example, you can follow the programming steps to change
Option #2 to “OFF” by pressing the lock button on the remote, then you can continue pressing the program button
additional times to get to a high number option and change the setting without having to repeat Steps 1-5. You can
only go from low to higher option numbers in one session.
To Engage Option Programming:
1. Open hood (ground the Blue wire if no hood pin switch is installed)
2. Turn Key to the ON position
3. Press program / valet button 5 times, after a few seconds the unit will flash the lights 5 times.
4. Push the valet/program button [again] the number of times that corresponds to the option number desired (1 thru
20). You must get a light flash after each button press. See chart on next page for option list.
5. When you reach the desired programming level, Press button #1(Lock) or #2 (Unlock) to change the option.
(Options 21, 22, 23 and 24 have selections for more than just the Lock/Unlock transmitter buttons.)
6. Turn Ignition OFF, Close hood and check for changed features. Change each option individually repeating #1-5.
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PROGRAMMABLE OPTIONS TABLE
Option #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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Option Description
Engine Monitoring
Auto lock with Ignition
Passive Arming
Active Re-Arm
Passive Locks
Parking Lights on w/Disarm
GREEN/RED Wire function
PINK Wire function
Siren Chirps on Remote Start
Disarm on Trunk pop
Open Door Warning
Door Lock Pulse Time
Double Unlock Pulse
Lock After Remote Start/Abort
NOT USED
Timed Crank Mode or Tach
Monitor
Blue/Black Wire Function
Siren Chirps with Arm/Disarm
“Wake up” Pulse on Unlock
(1-sec. +12V to IGN)
Passive Arming with Last Door
Open/Close
Starter Cranking Time
(Only when option #16 is set to
Pre-Set)
Diesel Glow Plug Delay
Option values
Tach (Engine RPM)or Tachless
ON or OFF.
ON or OFF
ON or OFF
ON or OFF
ON or OFF
Trunk POP or M.A.P. output
Glow Plug or Carjack Trigger
ON or OFF
ON or OFF
5 Sec. or 60 Sec.
0.75 Sec. or 3.0 Sec.
1 or 2 Unlock pulses
ON or OFF
NO OPTION
Timed Crank: Pre-Set Cranking
or Tach Monitor
(-) IGN or AUX #2
ON or OFF
ON or OFF
ON or OFF
Button #1 = 0.75 Sec
Button #2 = 0.5 Sec.
Button #3 = 1.0 Sec.
Button #4 = 1.5 Sec.
Button #1 = 10 Sec.
Button #2 = Monitor Glow Plug
Button #3 = 20 Sec.
Button #4 = 30 Sec.
(* = Default)
Lock Button #1
Learn Tach
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
M.A.P.
Carjack
OFF
OFF
5 Sec.
3 Sec.
2 Pulses
OFF
N/A
Pre-Set
Unlock Button #2
*Tachless
*ON
*OFF
*OFF
*OFF
*ON
*Trunk Pop
*Glow Plug
*ON
*ON
*60 Sec.
*0.75 Sec.
*1 Pulse
*ON
N/A
*Tach Monitor
AUX #2
OFF
ON
*(-) IGN
*ON
*OFF
OFF
*ON
0.75 Sec.
*0.5 Sec.
10 Sec.
*Monitor Glow
Plug
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PROGRAMMABLE OPTIONS Cont.
Option #
Option Description
Cont.
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Remote Start Engine Run Time
24
25
Smart Tachless Voltage Adjust
80-100%
(Only when option #1 is set to
Tachless)
Factory Horn Chirps / Pulses
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Option reset to default (*) values
Option values
Button #1 = 12 Min.
Button #2 = 24 Min.
Button #3 = 36 Min.
Button #4 = 48 Min.
Button #1 = Decrease by 1%
Button #2 = Increase by 1%
Button #3 = Set to 93% default
Button #1 = Pulse with Trips
Button #2 = Arm/Disarm Chirp
& Pulse with Trip
Button #3 = Arm/Disarm
/Warning Chirp & Pulse with
Trip DEFAULT
Button #2 Only
Lock Button #1
Unlock Button #2
12 Min.
*24 Min.
-1%
+1%
Pulse with Trip
Arm / Disarm Chirp
& Pulse with Trip
Reset options
PROGRAMMABLE OPTION DESCRIPTIONS:
1. ENGINE MONITORING:
This option sets how the unit monitors your engine. You can program either for Tach mode in which the unit uses a
Tach signal (RPM) or for “Ultra-Smart” Tachless mode that monitors voltage level. See pages 14-15 for more
information and additional steps for actual Tach learning and Tach finder modes.
2. AUTOLOCK/UNLOCK W/IGNITION:
Controls whether the doors will automatically lock when the ignition is turned on and unlock when the ignition is
turned off. Doors will not lock if they are open to prevent locking the keys in.
3. PASSIVE ARMING:
With this option ON, the unit will arm itself 30 Seconds after the ignition is turned off and the last door has been
closed. Lights will flash twice when last door is closed indicating passive countdown. If a door is reopened, the
system will wait and begin countdown again when closed.
4. ACTIVE RE-ARM:
Active Re-arming allows the system to re-arm itself 30 seconds after disarmed with the transmitter if a door has not
been opened. This is handy if the vehicle is accidentally disarmed without your knowledge.
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PROGRAMMABLE OPTIONS
5. PASSIVE LOCKS:
This option controls whether the doors will lock when Passive Arming occurs. Note: This may increase the risk of
locking keys in the vehicle.
6. PARKING LIGHTS ON WITH DISARM:
Keeps parking lights on when system is disarmed to assist in locating and providing illumination near your vehicle
when approaching at night for safety.
7. GREEN/RED WIRE PROGRAMMING: TRUNK POP (AUX 1) or M.A.P. OUTPUT:
This option controls whether the system’s GREEN/RED wire functions as Remote Aux. Output 1, or functions as an
Output for (MAP) Mobile Accessories Protection. Mobile accessory protection activates only in Valet Park Mode.
See Wiring Section page 4 for specific details and a diagram.
8. PINK WIRE PROGRAMMING: CAR JACK TRIGGER or GLOW PLUG INPUT:
This option controls whether the system’s PINK input wire functions as a Glow Plug input wire for Diesel Engines or
a +12V input for tripping a Carjack countdown. For Glow plug, this wire should be connected to the wait to start light
circuit and for Carjack this wire can be connected to a hidden button, switch, or a (+) Positive door pin circuit.
9. SIREN CHIRPS WITH REMOTE START ACTIVATION:
This option controls whether the system gives 3 short siren chirps when engaging a remote start.
10. DISARM WITH TRUNK POP (AUX. OUTPUT 1):
Controls whether the system will or will not DISARM when the trunk pop or AUX. feature is used. When the feature
is turned on the unit will DISARM when opening trunk or using an auxiliary device controlled by the Gray wire.
11. 10/60 Sec. OPEN DOOR WARNING:
This setting changes the delay time in which the alarm system begins to monitor the Door circuit. This option can
prevent the alarm from giving warning chirps on vehicles with a delayed dome light.
12. DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK PULSE TIME:
This option controls the amount of time (0.75 sec. or 3 sec.) for the lock/unlock pulse. The standard pulse time for
most vehicles is 0.75 Sec. The 3 sec. setting may be required for Mid 1980’s through Mid 1990’s European
Vehicles that require a long lock and unlock pulse to operate Vacuum door lock systems.
13. DOUBLE UNLOCK PULSE:
With this option ON, the unit will send 2 unlock pulses when the system is disarmed. This feature may be required
for interfacing a Factory alarm or keyless entry system.
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PROGRAMMABLE OPTIONS
14. LOCK DURING/AFTER REMOTE START:
This option controls whether the unit will automatically lock during and after a remote Start abort or time-out.
15. NO OPTION / NOT USED
16. TIMED CRANK or TACH MONITOR MODE:
This option controls whether the system uses a tach wire to control the starter or uses a pre-set cranking time.
17. BLUE/BLACK WIRE PROGRAMMING: (NEG.) IGNITION OUTPUT or AUX #2 OUTPUT:
This option controls the function of the Blue/Black wire as either a Ground with Remote Start or a 2 nd Aux. Channel
18. SIREN CHIRPS WITH ARM/DISARM:
With this feature, siren chirps with Arm/Disarm can be programmed either ON or OFF when using the regular
Lock/Unlock Buttons. When chirp are OFF, the Flashing parking lights will be the only Arm/Disarm confirmation.
19. +12V “WAKE UP” PULSE:
This option allows the unit to provide a 1-second pulse on the Pink main ignition output when unlocking. The
Ignition pulse serves to “Wake up” vehicle control modules or body computers that “time out” or go into power
saving mode. This is required on many late model Ford vehicles with a “Slam” lock system in order to actually
unlock the vehicle after it has been at rest for a short period of time.
20. PASSIVE ARMING WITH LAST DOOR OPEN/CLOSE:
With this option ON, the unit will arm itself 30 Seconds after the ignition is turned off and the last door has been
closed. If you require Passive Arming AND you use the optional “Turbo Timer” mode, we recommend setting this
option to OFF so the system will arm when your engine shuts down without a door being opened and closed [as you
will have already left the premises].
21. PRE-SET STARTER CRANKING TIME: (Requires Option #16 in “Pre-Set” Setting)
This option controls the starter cranking time when in “Timed Crank” Mode. Choices are 0.5, 0.75, 1.0, or 1.5 sec.
22. DIESEL GLOW PLUG DELAY
This option controls the system’s Diesel vehicle interface. Using this option you can control whether the unit
monitors the vehicle’s glow plug circuit using the Pink input wire (Default), or you may select a specific delay time
before cranking. This option is helpful if you are unable to locate a glow plug signal. Just select a delay time and do
not connect the Pink Glow Plug wire. Selections: 10, 20, 30 seconds, or Monitor Pink Wire (Default).
23. REMOTE START ENGINE RUN TIME: Set engine run time for 12, 24, 36 or 48 minutes as desired.
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PROGRAMMABLE OPTIONS
24. ULTRA-SMART TACHLESS VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT:
This option controls the voltage reference point when using smart Tachless mode. Pressing the Lock or Unlock
buttons on the remote raises or lowers the reference level in 1% increments from 80%-%100. Button #3 resets the
unit to the factory default reference point of 90%. The default 90% setting works for most vehicles. See page 14 for
additional Ultra-Smart Tachless mode information.
25. Horn Chirps / Pulses:
This option controls the systems horn honk output. There are three selections Button 1(lock) = Horn Pulse with trip,
Button 2 (unlock) = Arm/Disarm Chirp and pulse with trip and Button 3 (trunk pop) = Arm/Disarm/Warning Chirps
and pulse with Trip (Default)
PROGRAMMING – TRANSCEIVERS & TRANSMITTERS
MAKE a NOTE of the following transmitter / transceiver compatibilities:
d
•
•
•
•
CS-2011RS Series IV 1-WAY SYSTEM: CS-411TX Remotes ONLY
CS-2012TW1 2-Way System: CS-369LED Remote / CS-398 “Sidekick” non-paging remote
CS-2014FM 2-Way System: CS-599FM LCD Remote / CS-398 “Sidekick” non-paging remote
CS-2016FM 2-Way System: CS-699FM LCD Remote / CS-397TW “Sidekick” non-paging remote
Use the part numbers referenced above when ordering remotes. Some remotes are NOT interchangeable between systems.
When re-learning remotes or adding remotes, ALL your system’s remotes must be learned at time of programming! These
systems allow storage of up to 4 different remote codes in memory.
PROGRAMMING – TRANSCEIVERS & TRANSMITTERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open Hood (Ground the Blue wire if no hood pin is installed.)
Turn key to the ON position. (Doors will lock if Autolock is programmed)
Press Programming button 4 times, then after a few seconds the unit will flash the parking lights 4 times.
For CS2011RS systems: Press button #1 (Lock) of the transmitter; For 2-Way paging systems and “Sidekick” remotes:
Press Buttons #1 & 2 together. You should get 2 light flashes indication the unit is waiting for a 2nd code, then press the
same combination of buttons on a second remote, the unit will flash 3 times indicating its waiting for the 3r d code and lights
will flash 4 times for 4th code. If all 4 codes are learned, the unit will automatically exit code-learning mode, otherwise turn
key off and close hood.
NOTE: When learning 2-Way LCD or 2-Way LED remotes, wait for the confirmation beep or LCD “Antenna Icon” message
before learning the next remote.
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REMOTE PROGRAMMING DIAGRAM
IGN
OFF
WAIT FOR
4 FLASHES
(BLUE WIRE GROUNDED)
PRESS 4X's
2-WAY SYSTEMS &
"SideKick" REMOTES
ONE WAY CS-2011RS
IGN
OFF
FLASH 2, 3, or 4 X's
LOCK &
UNLOCK
PRESS TOGETHER
COMPLETE
PRESS
LOCK ONLY
ALARM TRIGGER DIAGNOSTICS
This systems includes disarm diagnostics, through the 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 Violation = 1 Flash
Door Violation = 2 Flashes
Hood/Trunk = 3 Flashes
Ignition Violation = 4 Flashes
Diagnostics will reset when the Ignition is turned on or when the system is re-armed.
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2-VEHICLE OPERATION
The CS-2011RS Series IV, CS-2014FM and CS-2016FM systems can be used for 2 car operation. A single remote
can control two independent vehicles with identical systems installed, for example, two 2011’s or two 2016’s.
NOTE: These systems ARE NOT interchangeable. A CS-2011RS system remote CANNOT control a CS2014FM or CS-2016FM system and vice versa!
See diagram below on how to switch your remote(s) to vehicle #2 operation. To set up the 2-Vehicle operation you
must first program your remotes to Vehicle #2. Follow the “Transmitter Programming” steps at the second vehicle
and learn YOUR remote, along with vehicle #2’s existing remotes.
VEHICLE #2 CONTROL:
CS-2011RS &
CS-2016FM
"Sidekick"
CS-2014FM
PM
PM
START
CrimeStopper
Press & hold side button
Press & release side
START
Lock or Unlock to change
button, then you have
4 seconds to
control vehicle #2.
for 2 seconds. Then press
vehicles. A numeral 1 or 2
Press & hold side button
will appear in upper right
for 5 seconds. Remote
corner of LCD screen.
will beep and "II" icon will
appear in lower right LCD screen.
PROGRAMMABLE OPTION RESET
This system provides a reset method to restore all options to FACTORY DEFAULT VALUES as listed in the “Button
#2” column of the programmable option chart on pages 18-19. This can be helpful if you have lost track of the
option settings on your system, or when you are moving the system from car to car and want a “clean slate”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open hood (ground the Blue wire if no hood pin is installed)
Turn Key to the ON position
Press program / valet button 5 times, after a few seconds the unit will flash the lights 5 times.
Push the valet/program button 25 times. Press carefully, do not lose count! You must get a light flash each time
you press the button. If the unit didn’t flash the lights, then the system did not register your press.
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5. Press button #2 (Unlock) to reset the options. (Lights should flash twice)
6. Turn Ignition OFF, Close hood (un-ground Blue wire). All features should be set at *DEFAULT values.
REMOTE START TROUBLESHOOTING
UNIT CHIRPS 3X, FLASHES LIGHTS ONCE, BUT WILL NOT ATTEMPT A REMOTE START:
1. The system may sense a fault if the vehicle hood is up or open (Blue wire grounded). [Assuming you are using a
grounding hoop pin or switch that is connected to the Blue wire of the system. This is a safety feature of the unit. Make
sure hood is closed or that the Blue hood pin wire is not shorted to Ground.
2. The system may sense a fault at the Brake (White wire is active), check installation for faults.
SYSTEM IS UNSUCCESSFUL AT REMOTE START DURING EXTREME COLD CONDITIONS:
Please be aware that during sub-freezing conditions your remote starter may take more that one attempt to start, or it may
not successfully start the vehicle after 3 attempts. During these conditions the vehicle may not properly start even using the
key, therefore trying to start by the remote would also be unsuccessful.
UNIT FLASHES THE LIGHTS ONCE AND WILL NOT ATTEMPT A REMOTE START:
The system is in Valet mode. Check the systems LED light and if it is on solid Red LED (with doors closed) then the
system is in VALET mode. To exit VALET, turn the Ignition on, press and hold valet/programming button for about 5
seconds until LED goes out. Unit is now out of valet mode and should perform a remote start.
ENGINE CRANKS VEHICLE BUT VEHICLE NEVER STARTS:
1. In some vehicles, there may be a Factory anti-theft system that will not allow the engine to run without the key in the
ignition. These systems may include Factory Security Modules, GM Passkey®/Passlock®, and RF Transponder systems
(Ford P.A.T.S.®). Many late 1990’s, 2000 and Later vehicles may include some type of Anti-Theft system. Check vehicle
owner’s manual to see if the vehicle equipped with a security system.
2.
The vehicle may have more than one Ignition/or Accessory circuit that requires power for the vehicle to start. This is
common on some Toyota vehicles where (2) Ignition “ON through cranking” wires are required.
VEHICLE STARTS BUT CHECK ENGINE LIGHT COMES ON OR ENGINE RUNS BADLY:
1. Many 1995-UP GM cars/trucks require a secondary ignition circuit for the Transmission computer. If the vehicle is started
without this wire energized, the vehicle will display a “Check Engine” or “Service Engine” light on the dash. This may
cause transmission damage if the vehicle is driven. Be sure to check for any additional WHITE (or GREEN) Ignition wires
on GM cars and trucks that power up when started with the key.
2.
Some Vehicles [Commonly Nissan] require 2 Start (Cranking) circuits for the vehicle to run properly. If this is the case,
then an additional relay must be installed with the output connected to the extra starter wire in the vehicle.
NO RESPONSE TO/FROM REMOTE:
1. Check for proper power/ground wiring connections.
2. Check Antenna Module connec tion. The antenna included with this system must be plugged in to send/receive signals.
Antenna Module gets voltage from the control module. See antenna diagrams on Page 27.
3. The Remotes may need to be reprogrammed to operate the system. See Transmitter programming.
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JUMPER PIN DIAGRAM
P11 PINK/WHITE = ACC #2
P10 PINK/WHITE = IGN #2 (DEFAULT)
SECURING JUMPERS
JUMPER
PLUG
P10/11 JUMPERS:
PINK WHITE for
IGN2 or ACC2
SIDE VIEW
JUMPER
PINS
GLOW PLUG
JUMPER
PINK WIRE:
Jumper Select for
PARKING LIGHT
JUMPER
Postive or Negative
WHITE WIRE:
Jumper Select for
Postive or Negative
Type Light Circuits
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Type "Wait" Circuits
ANTENNA DIAGRAM
ANTENNA
LOCATIONS
WINDSHIELD
Color of plug
should match
CS-2011RS IV
color of socket.
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2-WAY SYSTEM
30AMP
FUSE
BATTERY
Antenna Plug
IGN 2 or ACC 2
30AMP
FUSE
RED: +12V
PINK/WHITE
RED: +12V
PINK
GRAY
FLASHING
LIGHTS
ALARM &
REMOTE
START
BROWN
WHITE
+10A or (-) 500mA
DUAL-STAGE
SHOCK SENSOR
BLACK
IGNITION 1
ACCESSORY
(Heat/Air)
IGNITION
SWITCH
STARTER
(-) NEG. PULSE
FOR FACTORY
ALARM DISARM
ORANGE/BLACK
(-) OEM DISARM
BROWN
ORANGE
(-) LOCK / (+) UNLOCK
+12V FOR RELAYS
(-) UNLOCK / (+) LOCK
(-) ARMED OUTPUT (500mA)
ACTIVATES ON
2ND PRESS OF
UNLOCK BUTTON
4-Pin connection port for optional ext.
door lock interface module. See Pg. 10
BLUE/WHITE
(-) PASSENGER UNLOCK
(-) GROUND WHEN
REMOTE STARTING
or (-) AUX OUTPUT #2
(-) AUX. OUTPUT
OR
(-) M.A.P. OUTPUT
INCLUDED)
GREEN
RED
BLUE
(+) SIREN
(-) NEG. ARMED
OUTPUT
STARTER DISABLE
(RELAYS NOT
STATUS
LED
WHITE/RED
TACH INPUT
86 85
87A
87 30
VALET/
OVERRIDE
BLUE/BLACK
GREEN
(-) START ACTIVATION INPUT
(FOR OPTIONAL ACCESSORY)
VIOLET
(+) DOOR SWITCH
(-) IGN. or AUX. #2 (500mA)
WHITE
GREEN/RED
(+) BRAKE SWITCH
INPUT
GREEN
(-) DOOR SWITCH
PINK
BLACK/WHITE
(-) NEG. DOME LIGHT (500mA)
86 85
87A
87 30
BROWN/WHITE
(-) NEG. HORN HONK (500mA)
BLUE
(+) Pos. or (-) Neg. GLOW PLUG or
(+) CARJACK INPUT
(-) HOOD /TRUNK SWITCH
SEE PAGES 4-13 FOR DETAILED WIRING INFORMATION!
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