2-Way LCD Remote Starter Alarm Combo
Owner’s Guide
2-Way LCD
Remote Starter
Alarm Combo
For Automatic
Transmission Only
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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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SERVICE (VALET) MODE
System Service Mode (sometimes referred to as Valet Mode) will disable
the remote starter and alarm functions. The optional lock, unlock, and trunk
release features will still be operational. When the vehicle is to have any
under hood or service work done, the system must be placed into Service
Mode. This feature may also be used if a transmitter is lost, damaged, the
transmitter battery is dead, or if the system malfunctions.
5 secs
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Button Operations
Button
Functions
Conditions
Press 1 once
Sets alarm and lock doors
Alarm is disarmed
Lock doors
While driving
Press 1 and 3
Sets alarm with bypass shock sensor
Alarm is disarmed
Press and hold 1 for 2 seconds
Remote panic
Anytime
Press 2 once
Deactivates alarm & unlock doors
Alarm is armed
Unlock doors
While driving
Press and hold 2 for 2 seconds
Trunk release
Anytime
Press 1and 2
Sets silent arming/disarming mode
Anytime
Press 3 once
Remote engine starter on
Anytime
Press and hold 3 for 2 seconds
Remote engine starter off
Remote start
Press and hold 4 for 2 seconds
Car finder
Anytime
Press 4 once then 3 for 2 sec with 3
seconds
Remote timer mode on/off
Anytime/Timer start
Press 3+4
Program (T99 only)
Anytime
Press 5 once
System status query (T99 only)
Anytime
Note: This unit may include a secondary 1-way remote (T85S). This remote will perform all the
functions as the T99 remote with the exception of the S or Status button. This remote does not have
an LCD display and will not perform any 2-way functions or report the vehicle status back to the user.
It is supplied as a backup remote or for a second user. The range of this remote will be the same as
the T99 remote.
AM
PM
1
3
5
2
4
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T99 SETTING FUNCTION LIST
Button
Function
Press 3 and 4 for 2 seconds
Enter Program mode
Setting
Anytime
Press 5 once
Enter time of hour setting
Press button 1 for time increase
Press button 2 for time decrease
Press 5 once
Enter time of minute setting
Press button 1 for time increase
Press button 2 for time decrease
Press 5 once
Alarm clock ON/OFF
Press button 1 for alarm on
Press button 2 for alarm off
Press 5 once
Enter alarm hour setting
Press button 1 for time increase
Press button 2 for time decrease
Press 5 once
Enter alarm minute setting
Press button 1 for time increase
Press button 2 for time decrease
Press 5 once
Setting backlight LED ON/OFF
Press button 1 for LED on
Press button 2 for LED off
Press 5 once
Vibration motor ON/OFF
Press button 1 for vibration on
Press button 2 for vibration off
Press 3 and 4 for 2 seconds
Exit Program mode
Program mode
T99 SETTING FUNCTION
Anytime you press button 3 and button 4 for 2 seconds, the transmitter will enter program setting mode, then the
ICON of the time clock, alarm clock, horn and vibrate, or backlight LED will begin to flash. The first setting
is hour setting; use button 1or button 2 to adjust the hour up or down. After setting the hour, press button 5
to shift to minute setting. The operation is the same as the hour setting. After you are done setting the clock,
press button 5 to shift to alarm clock se tting. If the alarm clock setting is ON, then the remote will go
to alarm time setting. The procedure is the same as for time setting. After the alarm clock setting, pressing
button 5 will enter the backlight LED setting; press button 1 to set the backlight LED function to ON (with
any button press, the backlight will light 5 for seconds), press button 2 to set the backlight LED function to
OFF (backlight will not come on with any button press. After the backlight LED setting, pressing
button 5 will enter the vibration setting, press button 1 to set vibration function to ON, press button 2 to set
vibration function to OFF. The vibrate function only operates on ala rm or alarm/starter models when the alarm
is set off in the vehicle or when the alarm clock function that is built-in to the remote is used.
After setting vibration mode, press button 5 again to exit p rogram mode. Pressing no buttons for 5 seconds
will also exit program mode.
Alarm clock function:
If the ALARM CLOCK function is turned on, at the preset alarm time, the transmitter will chirp for 30
seconds and vibrate for 10 seconds. During the alarm period, any button push will shut off the alarm
clock. After the alarm clock has been shut off, it will stay set for the same time the next day unless you
go into programming and turn the alarm clock function off.
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T99 LCD INSTRUCTIONS
TIME CLOCK
AM
PM
DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK
SIREN
ALARM CLOCK
SENDING SIGNAL
SIGNAL SIGN
VALET MODE
VIBRATION REMINDER
TRUNK RELEASED
SHOCK SENSOR
STARTED
DOOR OPEN
KEY ON
CAR HOOD
PARKING LIGHT
ENGINE TURBO
ARM
BATT ERY
STARTING
TIMER START
SHIFT
ICON
Explanation
Indicates that your car is locked or unlocked
Indicates horn is honking when locking or unlocking your vehicle
Indicate that your remote-pager is sending signals to the controller unit
Indicates alarm clock mode is on
Display time
Indicates that parking lights are flashing
Indicates that your trunk is open
Indicates that your hood is open
Indicates that your door is open
Indicates if you are in valet mode
Indicates that vibration mode is on
Indicates that your vehicle has actually started and is running
Indicates the key on status
Displays remaining battery life
Indicates the turbo mode is on
Indicates function transfer and setting mode
Indicates your vehicle is in remote-start mode
Indicates timer start mode is on
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LOCK & ARM
A. Press LOCK
button momentarily.
B. Park lights will flash and siren will chirp once. System will arm and doors lock.*
C. The LED on the antenna will begin to flash slowly.
D. If the optional starter-disable circuit has been installed, it will activate as well.
UNLOCK & DISARM
A. Press UNLOCK
button momentarily.
B. Park lights will flash and siren will chirp twice. System will disarm and doors unlock.
C. The LED on the antenna will stop flashing. (If passive starter-disable is
programmed, the LED will flash quickly for 60 seconds then rearm automatically.)
D. If the optional starter-disable is installed, it will be deactivated to allow the
vehicle to be started by key.
SILENT LOCK/ARM - DISARM/UNLOCK
A. Press both LOCK
and UNLOCK
buttons simultaneously.
B. Park lights will flash once or twice to indicate arm/lock or disarm/unlock.
C. Any programmed siren confirmations are temporarily bypassed.
REMOTE START
A. With the engine off, press the START
button.
B. The parking lights will flash and the siren will chirp once.
C. The vehicle’s ignition system will come on and within 3 seconds, the vehicle will
start. (If vehicle does not start, see the diagnostics section for possible solutions.)
D. The parking lights will flash 5 times to confirm a successful start.
E. The vehicle will run for the programmed runtime (15 minute default). To change
your remote starter runtime, contact your dealer.
F. The vehicle can be remotely shutdown by pressing and holding the START button
for 3 seconds.
* Lock, Unlock, and Trunk functions and some horn honk/siren chirp functions are
optional and dependent on features installed at time of installation. Please consult
your dealer or installation facility for details on specific features in your vehicle.
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TRUNK RELEASE --OPTIONAL-The vehicle must be equipped with a power trunk release switch or a power sliding door to
use this option.
A. Press and hold the UNLOCK
button.
B. The doors will unlock and after 3 seconds, the trunk release will activate.
C. The trunk release can also be programmed to work independently on the CAR
FINDER button. If programmed, press and hold the CAR FINDER
button for 3
seconds to activate trunk release.
2nd VEHICLE OPERATION
Your transmitter is capable of controlling a second TS151/TS251 system installed on
another vehicle. (Requires some special programming, see your dealer for details.)
Switching control from one vehicle to the other is simple:
A. Press and hold the S button until the transmitter’s blue backlight and Shift
indicator comes on solid.
B. Within 3 seconds, press any button to activate the corresponding feature for
your second vehicle.
C. The transmitter automatically defaults back to your primary vehicle after any
command to the 2nd vehicle or if no command is issued within 5 seconds.
PANIC MODE
A. Press the LOCK button for 3 seconds.
B. The siren will sound and the parking lights will flash for 60 seconds.
C. Pressing the LOCK or UNLOCK buttons will cancel Panic mode.
CAR FINDER
A. Press and hold the CAR FINDER button for 3 seconds.
B. The parking lights will flash and the siren will chirp 5 times.
NOTE: Car Finder option is not available when the trunk release option has been
programmed to work on this button
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IDLE MODE (CONTINUOUS RUN)
This option allows you to remove your key and leave the engine running up to the
programmed runtime
A. With the engine running, press the START button.
B. The siren will chirp twice and the remote starter will come on.
C. Remove the ignition key and the vehicle will stay running for the length of the
programmed runtime (15 min. default)
D. The vehicle can be shutdown anytime by holding down the START button for 3
seconds or by depressing the brake pedal.
TURBO MODE
This option allows for a cool down on turbo equipped vehicles.
A. With the engine running, press the CAR FINDER
button. (Brake pedal must
not be depressed)
B. The parking lights will flash and the siren will chirp 2 times.
C. Remove the ignition key and the engine will continue to run for approximately 2
minutes.
SERVICE (VALET) MODE
This mode disables remote starting and bypasses the starter-disable circuit (if installed).
A. Turn the vehicle ignition key to the on position (you do not need to start the
vehicle).
B. Press and hold the button on the windshield antenna.
C. After about 5 seconds, the parking lights will flash once and you will hear 5 chips
from the vehicle’s siren.
D. Turn the ignition key to the OFF position. The LED on the antenna will come on
solid.
E. The system should now be in SERVICE mode.
F. To cancel SERVICE mode, repeat steps A & B. After 5 seconds, you will see 2
parking light flashes and the siren will chirp 2 times.
G. The system should now be out of SERVICE mode.
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SHOCK SENSOR ADJUSTMENT
A. Make sure your system is disarmed. Press buttons 1 & 2 together and
hold for 2 seconds. The siren will chirp and the park lights will flash 3 times
and the park lights will stay ON.
B. While the park lights are on, strike the vehicle with the same amount of
force wanted to trigger the alarm*. The vehicle will record the sensitivity for
the next 3 seconds. It is best to use both hands curled into fists and perform
a “drum roll” for 3 seconds with the force you desire.
C. Press are release buttons 1 & 2 together momentarily to exit shock
sensor programming.
Note: If you enter into shock sensor programming and no impact is detected
within 30 seconds, the unit will exit shock sensor learning mode and the
original sensitivity will remain unchanged. A system power down (dead
battery) does not affect shock sensor sensitivity.
*
When striking the vehicle, be careful not to strike it in an area that may cause damage.
The most common location for testing and setting the shock sensor is the A-pillar. The Apillar is the metal support that runs from the roof of the vehicle to the hood area. Avoid
hitting the windshield when programming. Slight cracks can easily spread with even the
smallest of impacts, especially if the windshield is cold.
Titan will not be responsible for any damage done to the vehicle due to careless shock
sensor setup.
TEMPORARY SHOCK SENSOR BYPASS
A. Press buttons 1 & 3 together.
B. System will chirp once to arm and bypass the shock sensor temporarily.
DUAL-STAGE SHOCK SENSOR
The TS251A has a built in dual-stage shock sensor that automatically sets
up the same time the main shock sensor sets up. There is no separate
adjustment. If the car receives a light impact, the siren will chirp 3 times and
the park lights will flash to warn away any would-be intruders. If the car
receives a heavy impact, the siren will sound and the parking lights will flash
for a full 30 seconds (This is adjustable to 60 seconds at time of install).
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TIMER START MODE
This option allows you start your vehicle automatically at preset intervals over a 24-hour
time period.
A. Press and release the CAR FINDER button, then press and hold the START button
for about 3 seconds until the timer indicator on the transmitter comes on; the
parking lights on the vehicle turn on as well.
B. Within 5 seconds, select your start interval by pressing one of the 3 buttons on
the transmitter. (See table). If you do not select an interval, timer will not be set.
C. Once you have selected your start interval, the park lights will flash the hour
setting you have chosen. The transmitter will display the setting as well.
D. The vehicle will start every (your selection) hours for a period of 24 hours.
E. To cancel timer start mode, repeat step 1. The parking lights will flash and the
siren will chirp 2 times. The timer indicator on the transmitter will flash.
NOTE: Starting the vehicle by key or by remote will automatically cancel timer
start mode.
Button
Flashes on vehicle lights
Indication on Display
LOCK (button 1)
1 Flash
H 01
Vehicle with start every hour
Start interval
UNLOCK (button 2)
2 Flashes
H 02
Vehicle will start every 2 hours
START (button 3)
3 Flashes
H 03
Vehicle will start every 3 hours
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TRANSMITTER LEARNING
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 siren will chirp once.
Continue to hold the Program Button,
the park lights will turn “OFF” and the
siren will chirp 5 times quickly.
5 se
c
s
NOTE: If the parking lights do not turn “ON”, release the Program Button and
turn the ignition to the “OFF” position, wait 5 sec and repeat steps 1 & 2.
STEP 3 - 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.
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Diagnostics
If the remote starter does not activate when the
button is pressed,
the park lights will flash a diagnostic code to indicate what shutdown
input has been triggered.
Flashes
Problem
Solution
3 slow flashes
System is in valet mode
Cancel Valet Mode
4 slow flashes
Door Open
Manual trans. models only
5 slow flashes
Ignition ON
Turn off Ignition key and try again
5 flashes
Brakeswitch
Contact your product dealer
6 flashes
Hoodswitch
Contact your product dealer
7 flashes
Tach lock-out
Start vehicle with key, after 5 sec. try again
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
When your starter system begins to show a significant reduction in transmitter range, or the
remote does not respond correctly, it may be time to change the battery. The transmitter
uses 1-1.5 Volt AAA (Triple A) battery. If your system was supplied with a secondary oneway transmitter, it will use 2 - 3 volt Cr2032 lithium batteries.
If the transmitter shows no significant improvement after replacing the batteries, contact
your product dealer to have the system inspected.
TEXT READY
This TS251A unit is TEXT READY. This unit is fully
compatible with one of Titan’s new SMS text messaging
systems. This new advanced technology allows you to
control and monitor your vehicle from anywhere you
have GSM/GPRS cellular phone coverage. Ask your
Titan dealer for details about this exciting new product.
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The manufacturer warrants to the original purchaser of the remote starter and/or alarm, that the product shall be
free from defects in material and workmanship. However, should this product be proven to be defective, within
a three year period from the original date of purchase, the manufacturer will, without charge to the purchaser
(excluding any charges incurred to have the product delivered to the manufacturer), repair or replace any part of
the remote starter and/or alarm which the manufacturer agrees to be defective. After the initial three year
period the manufacturer shall repair or replace defective products with a nominal processing fee of $35.00
USD. All warranties apply to the original purchaser and the vehicle in which the unit was originally installed
ONLY. Repairs or replacement of defective modules shall remain at the discretion of the manufacturer. All
other parts, components, accessories, and/or optional equipment pertaining to the remote starter and/or alarm
are not included in the manufacturer's warranty. This warranty is non-transferable. Request for warranty
service from any Factory Authorized Dealer must be accompanied with the original purchase receipt. Failure to
comply with any of these conditions may result in warranty being voided. This warranty does not cover the
following: removal and reinstall labor charges, shipping charges, abuse, misuse, or accidental damages to the
remote starter and/or alarm, automobile, and/or parts thereof. This warranty is void upon modification, repairs,
or alterations to any part of the product. The manufacturer does not guarantee or insure against theft of the
vehicle or its contents. Alarm models are designed only to act as a deterrent against possible theft. This alarm
may qualify for auto insurance discounts. Contact your insurance agent for further information. The
manufacturer shall not be held liable for any consequential damages due to breach of this or any other warranty,
expressed or implied. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. Your specific legal rights may vary for each
region.
CERTAIN DAMAGES EXCLUDED – The manufacturer expressly disclaims any liability or responsibility for
incidental damages caused by the product, including economic loss, loss of use of the product, car rentals, or
any other costs relating to the care and custody of the product. The manufacturer disclaims liability or
responsibility for any consequential damages caused by the product or resulting from its use, including the cost
of repairing or replacing other property damaged by the product or caused by its use, whether or not the product
is working properly. The product is intended to deter unauthorized use of the vehicles in which it is installed.
The manufacturer does not warrant that the product is fool-safe against theft and/or vandalism and/or human
error or misuse. The manufacturer accepts no liability or responsibility for any damage of any kind whatsoever
caused to any vehicle in which the product is installed or any resulting damage from its use. The manufacturer
accepts no responsibility or liability for any damage resulting to or theft of the vehicle or its contents caused or
alleged to be caused, directly or indirectly, by failure of the product.
MANUAL TRANSMISSION STARTERS – The installation of a remote starter in a manual
transmission vehicle MUST only be done with a specified manual transmission starter. 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. It is the sole
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation of this device 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.
(3)
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the part responsible for
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Notes:
This TS251A unit is TEXT READY. This unit is fully
compatible with one of Titan’s new SMS Text Messaging
Systems. This new advanced technology allows you to
control and monitor your vehicle from anywhere you
have GSM/GPRS cellular phone coverage. Ask your
Titan dealer for details about this exciting new product.
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