install guide - Titan Innovations
INSTALL GUIDE
ADVANCED REMOTE STARTER
FOR AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION ONLY
Toll Free Support
1-800-279-0636
Revision 1.01
INSTALL MANUAL
Important Safety Notes- Please Read The Following
The owner/user MUST INSTALL a CARBON MONOXIDE
DETECTOR in the living area near to where the vehicle is being
stored or parked. It is the sole responsibility of the owner/user
to keep the remote transmitters away from the reach of
children and handle with care so that the system does not
unintentionally start. When the vehicle is parked in an enclosed
/partially enclosed area (ex: garage, car port...), being serviced
(ex: oil change) or if the vehicle is loaned to an operator not
familiar with a remote starter, the system MUST BE placed in
Service (Valet) Mode.
MANUAL TRANSMISSION STARTERS the installation of a
remote starter MUST only be done with a specified manual
transmission starter. It is the sole responsibility of the vehicles
owner to insure that the vehicle is left with the transmission in
neutral position when the remote starter is in use. The manual
transmission starter is designed to be an added measure of
safety ONLY! The manufacturer does not guarantee or insure
against any damages or loss of life that could result in the
event of a remote starter starting while the vehicle is in gear.
Manual transmission models are designed only to act as a
deterrent against the vehicle starting in gear, this is the
vehicle’s owner’s and operator’s responsibility.
NEVER OPERATE THE SYSTEM IN AN ENCLOSED/ PARTIALLY
ENCLOSED AREA!
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5 secs
TS131AXR
Wiring diagram
Starter Disable/
Anti-Grind
*The ouput on the PINK/WHITE wire is determined by the
position of the jumper.
J1J2J3
FUNCTION
JUMPER POSITION
Start signal output when remote start
Accessory output when remote start
JP1
Ignition signal output when remote start
JP3
JP2
OPTIONAL
85 86 87a 30
ACC
RED +12V
RED +12V
PURPLE - START
PINK/WHITE - (selectable)*
PINK - IGN1
ORANGE - ACC
OFF
ON
LO C
K
START
START
MOTOR
30A
FUSE
FUSE BOX
12V
GND
BATTERY
RELAY
+12V
TRUNK
OPTIONAL
30A
FUSE
VALET S.W & LED
HORN
BRAKEPEDAL
??? ?
GRAY/BLACK - WAIT TO START(-)
PURPLE/WHITE - TACH DETECTION (AC)
PINK - BRAKESWITCH INPUT (+)
BLACK - SYSTEM GROUND
GREEN - NOT USED
GRAY - HOOD PIN INPUT (-)
WHITE - PARKLIGHTS (+)
PURPLE - NOT USED
BLACK/WHITE - NOT USED
BROWN - HORN OUTPUT (-)
ORANGE - ANTI-GRIND/STARTER DISABLE OUT
GREEN/BLACK - DISARM (-300mA)
RED/WHITE - TRUNK OPEN (-300mA)
BLUE - REARM (-300mA)
+12v
RED 12VOLT OUTPUT
BLACK GROUND OUTPUT
PURPLE/WHITE GROUND WHEN RUNNING OUTPUT
BLUE DOOR UNLOCK OUTPUT
EMPTY
GREEN DOOR LOCK OUTPUT
TS131AXR
ENGINE COIL OR FUEL INJECTOR
HOODPIN
PARKING LIGHTS
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2
4
6
3 pin
3 Pin
Bypass Keyless
White Plug Red Plug
14 Pin Auxiliary Connector
6 Pin Connector
Pin Connector Layout
1
3
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
PURPLE
Starter Output (+)
ORANGE
Heater/Accessory Output (+)
RED
12volt Input (+)30amp
RED
12volt Input (+)30amp
PINK/WHITE*
Selectable Output (+)*
PINK
Ignition Output (+)
BLUE
Re-arm Output (-)250ma
RED/WHITE
Trunk Release Output (-)250ma
GREEN/BLACK
Dis-arm Output (-)250ma
ORANGE
Anti-Grind(GWR)/Starter Disable Out
BROWN
Horn Output (-)250ma
BLACK/WHITE
No Connection
VIOLET
No Connection
WHITE
Park Light Output (+)10amp
GRAY
Hood Pin Switch Input (-)
GREEN
No Connection
BLACK
System Ground Input (-)
PINK
Brake Light Switch Input (+)
VIOLET/WHITE
Tach Detection Input (A/C)***
GRAY/BLACK
Diesel Wait To Start Input (-)
1
2
3
GREEN
EMPTY
BLUE
Door Lock Output (-)250ma
12v Output (+)250ma (see notes)
Door Unlock Output (-)250ma
1
2
3
WHITE/VIOLET
BLACK
RED
(-) While Running Output (-)250ma
Ground Output (-)250ma
12Volt Output (+)250ma
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Wiring Side Connectors
*The center pin of the keyless entry harness is ONLY available with plug-in
devices such as the INV200US, PDLM3, or PDLMRUS.
Overloading this output will damage the remote starter.
Door Lock Output (-)250ma
12v Output (+)250ma (see notes)
Door Unlock Output (-)250ma
GREEN
RED*
BLUE
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
ACTIVE RF ANTENNA**
Status Led’s
Program Button
**The antenna MUST be connected for the system to operate
Ground While Running Output (-)250ma
Ground Output (-)250ma
12Volt Output (+)250ma
Output on Pink White Jumper position
Second Starter
Second Accessory
Second Ignition
Position 1
Position 2
Position 3
WHITE/VIOLET
BLACK
RED
1 23
1
2
3
Jumpers
NOTE: The jumpers control the output from the PINK/WHITE wire on
the main 6- pin harness. This is an 30amp relayed output.
*The factory default setting of the Selectable Output jumper is position #3.
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Wire Description
MAIN CONNECTOR (6pin)
Pin
1-PURPLE
2-ORANGE
3-RED
4-RED
5-PINK
6-PNK/WHT
Function
Description
Starter Output This wire will test 0V in OFF, ACCESSORY and in
the ON key positions. 12v during START ONLY.
Heater/Acc Output - This wire will test 0V in the OFF and START
key positions. 12-14V in the ACCESSORY and RUN key positions.
12volt Input(30amp) - Supplies 12votls for the IGNITION, PARK
LIGHT and SELECTABLE outputs.
12volt Input(30amp) - Supplies 12 volts for ACCESSORY and
STARTER outputs.
Ignition Output - This wire will test 0V in the OFF and ACCESSORY
key positions.12V in the IGNITION, START and RUN positions
Selectable Output - Output for 2nd IGNITION, 2nd ACCESSORY or
2nd STARTER.
AUXILIARY CONNECTOR (14pin)
Pin
1-BLUE
2-RED/WHT
3-GREEN/BLK
4-ORANGE
5-BROWN
6-BLK/WHT
7-VIOLET
8-WHITE
Function
Description
Re-arm(-) - 0.75 second pulse output when
is pressed and after
remote start shutdown. Used for factory alarm re-arm.
Trunk Release(-) - Programmable output. Hold
or
button for
3 seconds, output will stay active (max 5 seconds) or (-)park light.
Dis-arm(-) - 0.75 second pulse when
and is pressed and before
remote starter activation. Used for factory alarm dis-arm.
Ground When Running(-) - Output active during remote start.
/Starter Kill (-) Programmable Starter Kill.
Horn(-) - Output to activate factory horn.
No Connection
No Connection
Park Light(+) - 10amp positive output to activate park lights.
Programmable output
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Wire Description
Pin
Function
9-GRAY
Hood Pin(-) - Input to detect ground when hood is open.
MUST BE CONNECTED.
No Connection
Ground(-) - System chassis ground input.
Brake Light (+) - Positive brake light switch input. Used to detect the
brake switch being applied.
Tach(A/C) - A/C Tach signal input. Used to detect engine speed to
indicate vehicle is running. (Coil, Injector, cam/crank position sensors)
MUST BE CONNECTED
Diesel (-) - Programmable Wait to Start Input. Detects negative
signals.
10-GREEN
11-BLACK
12-PINK
13-VIOLET/
WHITE
14-GRAY/
BLACK
Description
LOCK/ UNLOCK CONNECTOR (3pin red)
Pin
1-GREEN
2-EMPTY
3-BLUE
Function
Description
Lock (-) - Programmable LOCK output. (Menu 1)
Unlock (-) - Programmable UNLOCK output. (Menu 1)
ANTENNA CONNECTOR (4pin Blue)
RF Antenna with Program Button and LEDs
AUXILIARY CONNECTOR (3pin white)
Pin
1-WHITE/
VIOLET
2-BLACK
3-RED
Function
Description
Ground While Running(-) - 250ma ground output while remote starter
is active.
Ground(-) - 250ma ground output.
12volts(+) - 250ma 12volt output.
Important!
Never install an AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION module
into a MANUAL TRANSMISSION vehicle!
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Basic Installation- Connect All Of the Following Wires
Main Connector (6pin)
PURPLE
ORANGE
RED
RED
PINK
PINK/
WHITE*
Starter Output - 12volts during start position only.
Heater/Acc Output - 12volts in the accessory position off during
start and 14volts during run.
12volt 30amp Input - 12volts from ignition harness or battery.
12volt 30amp Input - 12volts from ignition harness or battery.
Ignition Output - 12volts in the ignition, start and run positions.
Selectable Output - Selectable Output for vehicles that may
require a 2nd Ignition, Accessory or Start.
Auxiliary Connector (14pin)
BLACK
WHITE
GRAY
VIOLET/WHT*
PINK
System Ground Input - Connect to Chassis Ground.
Park Light Output - Connect to Park Light system.
Hood Pin Input - Connect to the Hood Pin Safety Switch.
Tach Input - Connect to A/C Tach source. (Above 2 volts AC)
Brake Switch Input - Connect to (+) when the brake pedal
is applied.
System Reset
The system reset will clear any changes made to the Program Menu’s as well
as the Tach setting. When the system reset is complete the system must be
Tach learned before the remote starter will operate.
1) Turn the ignition key from “Off” to “On” 3 times, ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON within
three seconds. (Leave the key in the ON position)
2) Press and release the Program Button located on the antenna. The park
lights will turn on and the horn (optional) will honk one time.
3) Then press and hold the Program Button until the park lights flash and the
horn (optional) will honk 3 times slowly to confirm system reset.
System is now reset to factory defaults.
NOTE: System Reset does not delete the transmitter codes from memory.
* See the following pages for more detailed programming instructions.
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Tach Learning
NOTE: The System MUST be “Tach Learned” before the attempting
to start the vehicle with the remote starter.
Tach Learning the remote starter is one of the most important steps in
the installation process. Do not tach learn vehicle while the engine is
in high idle. To ensure the best possible tach setting, ensure that the
vehicle is at low idle/ normal operating RPM. Vehicles such as Toyota
and Honda may idle much higher when the engine is warm compared
to starting the vehicle when the engine is cold. The Tach Learn
feature may be used to tach learn the vehicle again but at a normal
engine RPM.
Learning Tach
Tach Learn can be done at any time but is most effective when it
is performed while the vehicle is at normal idle RPM. The following steps
should be followed for an accurate tach learn:
1) Start the vehicle and leave it running with the ignition key
until the engine idles down.
2) Press and hold the brake pedal.
BRAKE
3) Press and release, then press and hold the Program Button.
4) The park lights will flash twice and the horn will honk twice to confirm
a successful tach learn. If you get three flashes and three horn honks,
it may be necessary to connect to a different tach source. It is also important
that the ignition output from the remote starter is connected to a wire that
does not turn off in the crank position. The remote starter will not tach learn
if ignition is connected to the wrong wire.
TIP: “Manual Low Idle Learn”. While in “Tach Learn” mode, firmly
apply the park brake and press the brake pedal. Place the
transmission into reverse gear this will lower the Engine Idle.
Note - If the original Tach source is changed, tach must be re-learned
before attempting to start the vehicle with the remote starter.
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Remote Transmitter Learn
Important! The remote starter will hold 4 transmitter codes. It is
recommended that when programming in transmitters, you fill up all
four transmitter codes, even if only using one or two transmitters.
This will clear all other transmitter coding from the unit and prevent
stray coding or possible interference from other remote transmitters.
STEP 1 - Within 3 seconds turn the ignition key to the “ON”
position three times leaving “ON” the third time.
STEP 2 - Press and hold the Program Button. The park
lights will turn “ON” and the horn (optional) will
honk once. Continue to hold the Program
Button, the park lights will turn “OFF” and the
horn (optional) will honk 5 times quickly.
NOTE: If the parking lights do not turn “ON”, release the Program Button and
turn the ignition to the “OFF” position, wait 5sec and repeat steps 1 & 2.
STEP 3a (Default) - While holding the Program Button, press and
release the button on each of the remote
transmitters to be programmed. If using two
transmitters, code in each transmitter twice.
STEP 3b (PadLoc/ - While holding the Program Button, press and
2nd Car)* release the button on each of the remote
transmitters to be programmed.
PadLoc is a safety feature that “LOCKS” the remote transmitter. To
“UNLOCK” the remote transmitter the button must be
pressed simultaneously with the function chosen.
or
2nd Car function allows the operation of two remote starter systems
(in two separate vehicles) with one remote transmitter.
Example: Press and release
and
simultaneously to remote start.
NOTE: Some features not available with PadLoc or 2nd car mode.
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Entering Program Mode
Ignition On Press & Release For Menu 1, For Menu 2, For Menu 3,
press the
press the
Off-On-Off the Program
press the
On
Button 3 Times.
button
button
button
1) With the ignition in the OFF position, turn the ignition key from “Off” to “On” 3
times, ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON within three seconds.
NOTE: Leave the key in the ON position
2) Press and release the Program Button. The park lights will flash and the horn
(optional) will honk to confirm entering program mode.
3) Select desired Program Menu (See below). The park lights will flash and
horn (optional) will honk to confirm the selected menu.
4) Select Programmable Setting:
a) Press and release the Program Button the correct number of times to
select the desired Program Setting. The park lights and LEDs will flash
and the horn (optional) will honk to indicate the Program Setting that has
been selected. For example: 1 flash/honk= Program Setting 1;
2 flashes/honks= Program Setting 2; etc…
b) Press and Hold the Program Button until the park lights flash and the
horn(optional) honks to confirm the desired setting. For example: 1 flash/
honk= Setting 1; 2 flashes/honks= Setting 2; 3 flashes/honks= Setting 3.
c) Turning the ignition key to the “Off” position or 30 seconds of no activity
will exit Program Mode. This will be confirmed with a light flash and a
long horn (optional) honk. The Program Menu may be changed at any
time by pressing the transmitter button (below), this will allow the
installer to jump from one menu, then quickly jump to another menu and
change another setting without re-entering Program Mode.
Program Menus
Menu 1: User Settings ( Button)
This program menu is for the adjustments for the user and door lock options.
Menu 2: Additional Settings (
Button)
This program menu is for additional settings.
Menu 3: Starter Settings (
Button)
This program menu is for various remote car starter applications.
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Quick View Programming
MENU 1 (LOCK button)
M1-1 Ignition Auto Lock/Unlock
M1-2 Door Lock Options
M1-3 Unlock/Disarm Pulse Duration
1 Flash
**** Bold text indicates default settings ****
2 Flashes
3 Flashes
Enabled
Lock only
Disabled
Double unlock
3 second pulses
750ms pulses
125ms pulses
750ms pulses
M1-4 Special Doorlock Options
Type 1
Type 2
Normal
M1-5 Horn Honks
Type 1
Type 2
All horn honks
5ms output
50ms output
10ms output
3 Flashes
M1-6 Horn Honk timing
MENU 2 (UNLOCK button)
1 Flash
2 Flashes
M2-1 Safety Start Mode
Press start twice
Press start once
M2-2 Parking Light Output
On for 30 seconds
(-) Parking lights
Trunk release
Car finder
Type 1
Type 2
Rearm
GWR
M2-3 Button 4 ( # ) operation
M2-4 Rearm Output
(+) Parking lights
M2-5 Starter Disable/GWR
Active
Passive
M2-6 Secure Valet Mode
15 seconds
5 seconds
MENU 3 (START button)
1 Flash
2 Flashes
M3-1 Gas/Diesel
15 seconds
Gas/Negative (-)
M3-2 Run time
4 minutes
45 minutes
15 minutes
M3-3 Crank time
10 seconds
3 seconds
5 seconds
3 Flashes
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Menu 1- User Settings
****Bold text indicates default settings****
M1–1 Ignition Auto Lock
1. Enable – Doors Lock/Unlock with ignition key on/off
2. Ignition Lock – Doors Lock when ignition is turned on
3. Disable – Lock/Unlock wit remote transmitter ONLY
M1–2 Door Lock Options
1. Double Unlock Pulse - .75 second lock & 2 – unlock pulses
2. 3 Second Lock & Unlock – 3 second lock and unlock pulses
3. .75 Second Lock & Unlock - .75 second lock and unlock pulses
M1-3 Unlock/DisarmPulse Duration
1. Short Pulses - .125 second pulses on Unlock & Disarm outputs
2. Normal Pulses - .75 second pulses on Unlock and Disarm outputs
M1-4 Lock/Unlock Type (Special Door Lock/Unlock Operations)
1. Type 1 – Unlock before start. Lock pulse after start and after shutdown
2. Type 2 – Lock pulse after remote start shutdown
3. Default Lock/Unlock Pulses
M1-5 Horn Honk Settings
1. Type 1 – Lock/Unlock Chirps Disable – Honks for Panic & Car Finder only
2. Type 2 – Lock/Unlock Chirps Enable – All honks EXCEPT for START
3. All Chirps Enable – Honks for all features
M1-6 Horn Honk Timing
1. 5 ms Horn Output Pulses
2. 50 ms Horn Output Pulses
3. 10 ms Horn Output Pulses
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Menu 2- Additional Settings
****Bold text indicates default settings****
M2–1 Safety Start
1. Safety On – Press the start button twice with 3 seconds to remote start
2. Saftety Off – Press the start button once to remote start vehicle
M2–2 Parking Light/Trunk Output
1. 30 Seconds – Parking lights stay on for 30 seconds when doors unlocked
2. Negative Parking Lights – Switches the Park Light/Trunk outputs
3. Default On All Outputs
M2-3 Trunk Release on (#) Button
1. (#) Button activates Trunk Release (Hold down for 3 seconds)
2. (#) Button activates Car Finder Mode
M2-4 Re-ArmOutput
1. Type 1 – Pulse after start and with lock
2. Type 2 – Pulse after start only
3. Factory AlarmRe-Arm– Pulse with lock and after remote starter
shutdown
M2-5 Starter Disable/GWR
1. Active – (-) When locked and during remote start (Anti-Grind)
2. Passive – (-) When locked or 30 sec. after ignition OFF and with remote
start
3. GWR – (-) Output during remote start only
M2-6 Secure Valet Mode (time required to set VALET mode)
1. Secure Valet – Hold the VALET button for 15 seconds
2. Normal Valet – Hold the VALET button for 5 seconds
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Menu 3- Starter Settings
****Bold text indicates default settings****
M3–1 Gas/Diesel Mode
1. Time Delay – Waits for approximately 15 seconds before cranking
2. (-) Glow Plug input – Waits max. 90 seconds to crank (2 sec. if no
signal detected)
M3–2 Run Time
1. 4 Minutes – Runs for approx. 4 minutes when activated
2. 45 Minutes – Runs for approx. 45 minutes when activated
3. 15 Minutes – Runs for approx. 15 minutes when activated
M3-3 Maximum Crank Time
1. 10 seconds – 10 seconds maximum that the starter will stay engaged
2. 3 seconds - 3 seconds maximum that the starter will stay engaged
3. 5 seconds - 5 seconds maximum that the starter will stay engaged
Your Install Is Complete!
NOTES:
1) If the vehicle does not start when the remote starter is activated, the
park lights will flash a diagnostic code. (See Diagnostic Chart below).
2) If the vehicle still does not start, check all connections and check for
factory Anti-Theft system.
Flashes
Problem
Solution
3 slow flashes
System is in valet mode
Cancel Valet Mode (see owner's guide)
4 slow flashes
Door Open
Manual trans. models only
5 slow flashes
Ignition ON
Verify Ignition input
5 flashes
Brakeswitch
Test Brakeswitch input
6 flashes
Hoodswitch
Test Hoodswitch input
7 flashes
Tach lock-out
Repeat Tach programming procedure
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Door Lock Relay Wiring Diagrams
Negative Type Door Locks 250ma
Vehicle
Lock/Unlock
Switch
Lock
To Control
Relay or
Actuators
Un
lock
Green
Blue
Negative Door Locks (More Than 250ma)
Fused +12V
Vehicle
Lock/Unlock
Switch
Ground
87
Green
87
87a
86
87a
86
85
Blue
Un
Lock
lock
30
85
30
To Control Relay
or Actuator
Positive Type Door Locks
Vehicle
Un
Lock Lock/Unlock
lock
Switch
Fused +12V
Green
87
87
87a
86
Blue
87a
85
30
86
85
30
To Control Relay
or Actuator
NOTE: When installing relays always use a fused power source.
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Door Lock Relay Wiring Diagrams
5 Wire / Reverse Polarity Type Door Locks
Fused +12V
87
Green
87
87a
87a
86
Vehicle
Lock/Unlock
Switch
86
85
Blue
30
Lock
85
30
x
Cut
Un
lock
To Actuator
x
Cut
Aftermarket Doorlock Actuators
Ground
87
87a
86
85
30
Vacuum Type Door Locks
DIAGNOSTICS
Ground
Fused +12V
Blue
Lock
Un
lock
87
87
87a
87a
86
85
86
30
85
30
x
Cut
To Vacuum
Pump
13
Green
NOTE: When installing relays always use a fused power source.
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.
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