Installation Manual
R
Automotive Security
Installation
Manual
Model: PLUS-5900
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference; and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note: The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized modifications
to this equipment. Such modifications could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
For Technical Assistance, please call (800) 638-3600,
or visit www.magnadyne.com
Contents
Component Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
10-Pin Main Harness Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
5-Pin Power Harness Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
LED, Valet Switch, Sock Sensor and Antenna Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Door Lock Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10
Optional Accessory Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-12
Transmitter Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Alarm Feature Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-17
Shock Sensor Testing and Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Reset to Factory Default Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..18
Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Warning! Do not plug the 10-pin or 5-pin wire harness into the alarm control module before you
begin installing the alarm. The wire harnesses must be plugged into the alarm control module after all
connections are made. Failure to follow this procedure could cause some confusion with transmitter
operation and or alarm function operation.
Component Installation
Mounting the Control Module:
Find a suitable location to secure the alarm control module within the passengers compartment of the vehicle.
Never mount the alarm control module in the engine compartment or in the trunk. In addition, never mount the
alarm control module in the direct path of the heater. Secure the alarm control module by using wire ties or drill
two 1/8" holes and secure the module to the frame of the vehicle with the screws provided.
Windshield Receiver/Antenna
The combination windshield receiver/antenna mounts on the windshield (inside vehicle). We suggest you mount
the receiver/antenna on the lower left-hand side of the windshield.
Warning! Do not mount the Windshield Receiver/Antenna in such a manner that it obstructs the driver’s view.
• The receiver/antenna can be mounted vertical or horizontal.
• Remove the protective tape backing.
• Carefully align the receiver/antenna and apply to windshield.
• Route the black connecting cable behind the trim and connect to receiver/antenna.
• Connect the other end to the control module.
Valet Switch
Select a mounting location for the switch that is easily accessible to the driver of the vehicle. The switch does
not have to be concealed. However, concealing the switch is always recommended, as this provides an even
higher level of security to the vehicle. Clean the mounting surface with alcohol to provide a good bond from the
double face mounting tape. Firmly press the switch onto the moutning surface. Route the valet switch wires to
the control module.
LED Status Indicator
The LED status indicator should be mounted in a highly visible area. Leave at least 6mm of space behind the
mounting location for LED housing. Once a suitable location is chosen, drill a 1/4" hole. Run the LED wires
through the hole then press the 2-pin LED housing into the place. Route the LED wires to the control module.
2
Wiring
The main wire harness contains 9 wires which all have a specific purpose. Follow the wiring recommendations
enclosed for each wire. Wires not used should be released from the harness connector or taped off to prevent
accidental shorting.
White 10-Pin Connector
Open (+12 Volt Battery Port)
Light Brown Wire Horn Output
VIolet/Black Wire Programmable Channel 4 Output
Brown Wire Siren Output (+)
Blue Wire Negative AUX Trigger Input
Green Wire Negative Door Pin Trigger Input
Violet Wire Positive Door Pin Trigger Input
White/Red Wire Programmable Channel 3 Output
White Wire Parking Lights Relay Output
White Wire Parking Lights Relay Input
10A
Open Socket: (For Use with ALA-RPT Relay Pack Only)
See Optional Accessory Connection for proper wiring.
Light BrownWire: (Pulsed Ground for Car Horn)
The Light Brown wire is a pulsed ground output designed to activate the vehicle’s existing car horn system in
place of or in addition to a siren sounding device. Connect the gray wire to the negative trigger wire on the
vehicle’s horn relay.
WARNING! Maximum output of this wire is 300mA. Horn systems requiring positive voltage or more than
300mA to trigger the horn relay will require an additional relay to increase current capabilities.
To Horn
Fuse
87
Light Brown Wire
To +12V
87a
85
86
30
+12V or Ground Depending
on System Requirements
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Wiring (Continued)
White 10-Pin Connector (continued)
Violet/Black Wire: (-) 200mA Programmable Channel 4 Output
(See Alarm Feature Programming Part 3) (Factory default setting on momentary ground) This wire is built-in
user programmable timer output provides a ground through this wire. You may program the built-in timer to
send ground signal for any time interval between 1 second and 2 minutes. For instance, this timer output may
be used to turn on the headlights with the remote control. Also, on certain Mercedes Benz, BMW, Jaguar and
Volkswagens you can use this unique timed output to allow remote closure of all power windows and sunroof
without the need for an external module.
Brown Wire: (Siren + Output)
Connect the brown wire to the positive wire from a siren. Ground the remaining wire from the siren for proper
operation.
Blue Wire: (Optional Grounding Sensor Input)
The blue wire is an instant grounding trigger input for optional hood/trunk grounded pin switches or any
electronic sensor.
Green Wire: (Grounded Door Pin Switch Input)
The green wire connects to the common wire of the vehicle that switches on the dome light. Normally this wire is
located at one of the door jamb switches. For some vehicles it may be necessary to connect the green wire directly
to the switched turn on wire at the dome light. The green wire connects to negative switched circuits only.
Violet Wire: (Positive Door Pin Switch Input)
The violet wire connects to the common wire of the vehicle that switches on the dome light. Normally this wire is
located at one of the door jamb switches. For some vehicles it may be necessary to connect the violet wire directly
to the switched turn on wire at the dome light. The violet wire connects to positive switched circuits only.
White/Red Wire: (-) 300ma Programmable Channel 3 Output/Trunk Release
(See Alarm Feature Programming Part 3) (Factory default setting is 1 second pulse output for trunk release) The
White/Red wire can also provide Latch and timer controlled output. (See Optional Accessory Connections).
White: (Pulsed Parking Light Relay Output)
Connect the white wire to the parking light wire coming from the headlight switch. Do not connect the white
wire to the dashboard lighting dimmer switch. Damage to the dimmer will result. Use a volt meter to test the
connection point before connecting the white wire. While checking, rotate the dimmer switch to make sure you
do not have the dimmer lead. The limitation of the white wire is 10 Amp max. Do not exceed this limit or
damage to the alarm and parking light relay will result.
Headlight Switch
White Wire
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Piggyback
Connection
Parking
Lights
Only
Wiring (Continued)
White 10-Pin Connector (continued)
White Wire with Fuse: (Parking Light Relay Input)
The White wire is the input to the flashing parking light relay. The connection of the White wire will determine
the output polarity of the flashing parking light relay. Connect the White wire to (+) battery to have (+) output
from the relay or connect the White wire to frame ground to have ground output from the relay.
White 5-Pin Connector
Black/White Wire Domelight Supervision Output
Open (+12 Volt Battery Port)
Black Wire Ground to Vehicle Frame
Yellow Wire to Ignition Switched +12 V
Red Wire To Battery + 12V Input
5A
Black/White Wire: (Domelight Supervision Output)
The Black/White wire is a low current (300mA) grounded output wire that can be used to activate the vehicle’s
interior lighting system when the security system is disarmed. Typically an additional relay is required for
proper installation. Follow the diagram enclosed.
Output to Dome Light (+ or -)
87
Black/White Wire
(SPST ALA984H
Relay Not Supplied)
86
30
To Constant +12 Volts
85
Input to Relay (+ or -)
Open Socket:
See Optional Accessory Connections for wiring options.
Red Wire: (Main Power Input)
Connect the red wire directly to the (+) battery post for best operation of the alarm system. For best current
sensing capability from the alarm’s current sensing circuit, connect the red wire to the constant power wire
coming from the interior dome light.
Black Wire: (Main Ground Input)
Connect the black wire directly to the frame of the vehicle. Use a bolt and nut to secure the wire. Scrape away
any grease or paint that might prevent a good connection.
Yellow Wire: (Switched +12 Volts From the Ignition Switch)
Connect the yellow wire to a +12 volt wire that is switched on and off by the ignition key. The correct wire will
indicate +12 volts when the ignition key is in the on and start positions. Do not connect the yellow wire to the
“ACC” wire coming from the ignition switch.
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Wiring (Continued)
White 2-Pin Connector
Super Bright LED Status Indicator:
The LED indicator status should be mounted in a highly visible area such as top of the dashboard, on top of
the shifter console or on dashboard face. Leave at least 6mm space behind the mounting location for LED
housing. Once a suitable location is chosen, drill a 1/4" hole. Run the LED wires though the hole then press
the 2-Pin LED housing into the place. Route the LED wires to the control module.
Blue 2-Pin Connector
Valet Switch
Select a mounting location for the switch that is easily accessible to the driver of the vehicle. The switch does
not have to be concealed, however, concealing the switch is always recommended, as this provides an even
higher level of security to the vehicle. Clean the mounting surface with alcohol to provide a good bond from
the double face mounting tape. Firmly press the switch onto the moutning surface. Route the valet switch
wires to the control module.
White 4-Pin to Red 4-Pin Harness
Sensitivity Adjustment Screw
MIN
MAX
Red
LED
Green
LED
Plug into Security
System Module
Harness Supplied
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Wiring (Continued)
Black 4-Pin to Black 4-Pin Harness
Two-Way Transceiver/Antenna Module:
The two-way transceiver/antenna mounts on the windshield (inside). We suggest you mount it on the lower
left or upper left hand side of windshield (driver side). Warning! Do not mount in such a manner that it
obstructs the drivers view.
• Remove the protective tape backing.
• Carefully align the two-way transceiver/antenna and apply to
windshield.
• Route the black connector wire behind the trim and connect
to the two-way transceiver/antenna.
• Connect the other end to the control module.
• Special considerations must be made for windshield glass as
some newer vehicles utilize a metallic shielded window glass
Mount the antenna horizontally for
that will inhibit or restrict RF reception. In these vehicles,
best reception.
route the two way transceiver/antenna module away from
metallic shielded window glass as far away as possible.
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Wiring (Continued)
Black 3-Pin Mini Connector
3 Wire Positive Trigger Door Lock System
Green Wire: Connect to Lock
Blue Wire: Connect to Unlock
Black 3-Pin
Mini Connector
To Fused +12v
87
87
87A
85
87A
85
86
30
86
30
(+) Lock Out
Lock Control
Switch
+12 Volts Input
To Door Lock
Control Relays
(+) Unlock Out
3 Wire Ground Trigger Door Lock Systems
Green Wire: Connect to Lock
Black 3-Pin
Mini Connector
Blue Wire: Connect to Unlock
(-) Lock Out
Lock Control
Switch
Ground Input
To Door Lock
Control Relays
(-) Unlock Out
5 Wire Ground at Rest Door Locking Systems
Green Wire
Blue Wire
Red Wire: Lock
Violet Wire
Black 3-Pin
Mini Connector
87
Black Wire: Unlock
ALA-DL1
Relay Pack
85
87
87A
87A
86
30
85
86
30
White Wire: Lock
Brown Wire: Unlock
Note: Orange wire from ALA-DL1
must be connected to +12V
8
To +12 Volts
(Battery +)
Green Wire: Lock
Blue Wire: Unlock
To Power
Lock Switch
To Power
Lock Motors
Wiring (Continued)
Black 3-Pin Mini Connector (continued)
Newly Installed Power Door Lock Motors
Red Wire: Lock
Green Wire
Blue Wire
Violet Wire
To +12 Volts
(Battery +)
Black 3-Pin Connector
87
Black Wire: Unlock
85
ALA-DL1
Relay Pack
87
87A
85
86
White Wire
87A
Brown Wire
86
30
To Ground
30
To Newly
Installed Power
Door Lock Motors
Green Wire: Lock
Note: Orange wire from ALA-DL1
must be connected to +12V
Blue Wire: Unlock
Mercedes Door Lock/Unlock Activation
B+
Unlock
Door Lock
Switch
Green Wire: Lock
Blue Wire: Unlock
Lock
Lock
Black 3-Pin
Mini Connector
85
87
+ +
87A
85
86
87A
30
Unlock
To +12 Volts
(Battery +)
86
Cut
87
Green Wire
+
Door Lock
Compressor
One Wire Multiplexing Door Locking Systems
Some vehicles (Chrysler, Mazda and others) use one wire to lock and unlock the doors. Example: When the
door lock controller sees a signal thru a resistor it will unlock. If a signal is received without a resistor the
doors will lock. Some use 2 resistors. One for lock and one for unlock. We have developed patented plug-in
fuse resistors for this application. Simply remove the fuse from our door lock module and replace with
correct resistor value fuses that matches the vehicles door lock switch.
ALA-DL1 Wiring:
1. Connect both the green (lock) and the blue (unlock) wires to the vehicles one wire lock/unlock wire.
2. Connect our violet polarity input wire to +12V or to ground. To match vehicles door lock polarity.
3. The white and the brown wires will not be used.
Green Wire
Blue Wire
Red Wire
White Wire Lock
Brown Wire Unlock
ALA-DL1
Black 3-Pin
Mini Connector
Black Wire
Lock Fuse 1
Unlock Fuse 2
Green Wire Lock
Blue Wire Unlock
To Power
Lock Switch
To Power
Lock Motors
Violet Wire To +12 Volts Constant
Note: Orange wire from ALA-DL1 must be connected to +12V.
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Wiring (Continued)
Black 3-Pin Mini Connector (continued)
Unlock Driver's Door First for 3-Wire Negative Door Lock Systems
Green Wire
Light Blue Wire
87
Blue Wire
85
30
Lock
Driver's Door
Switch
+12V
ALA984H
Relay
87A
86
Unlock
Lock
To +12V or Ground
Driver's Door
To +12V or Ground
Door Lock Relay
Control Module
Cut
Unlock Wire
Passenger's
Door Switch
Unlock
Passenger's Door
Rear Doors
Unlock Driver's Door First Wiring for 3-Wire Positive Door Locking Systems
Green Wire
Light Blue Wire
Blue Wire
To +12 Volts
(Battery +)
87
Driver's
Door
Motor
87
87A
85
86
87A
85
30
+ Unlock
87
86
87A
85
86
30
30
Lock
Unlock
Cut
To Power
Door Lock
Switch
Lock/Unlock
Wires
Unlock Driver's Door First Wiring for 5-Wire Ground at Rest Door Locking Systems
Green Wire
Light Blue Wire
87
Blue Wire
Driver's
Door Motor
85
87A
30
+ Unlock
Cut
10
87
86
85
To +12 Volts
(Battery +)
87
87A
30
86
85
87A
86
30
Lock
Unlock
To Power
Lock Switch
Lock
Unlock
To Power
Lock Motors
Optional Accessory Connection
Orange 2-Pin Mini Port
Starter Disable Wiring Using a Common Relay
Using the wiring information and diagram below, connect the optional starter disable relay as follows:
A. Locate the “Start Only Wire” coming from the ignition key switch and cut it.
B. Connect the ends of the cut start wire to pins #30 and 87a of the relay pack.
C. Connect the single gray wire harness supplied (with 2-pin black connector) to pin #85 on the relay.
D. Connect pin #86 to the true ignition switched wire from the ignition key.
To test the starter disable system refer to the starter disable testing procedures located in the testing section of
this manual.
Orange Wire
(Ground when Armed Alarm Output)
87
87a
2-Pin Orange
Connector
(Supplied)
85
86
"OFF"
30
"IGN"
"START"
"ACC"
Starter
Black
Cut
Black
Starter Disable Wiring Using ALA-RPS Relay Pack
Using the wiring information and diagram below, connect the optional starter disable relay as follows:
A. Locate the “Start Only Wire” coming from the ignition key switch and cut it.
B. Connect the ends of the cut start wire to the black wires coming from the ALA-RPS relay pack.
C. Plug in the orange 2-pin plug into the orange socket located at the rear of alarm module.
To test the starter disable system refer to the starter disable testing procedures located in the testing section of
this manual.
Red Wire
(Ign. Switched +12VDC)
ALA-RPS
Relay Pack
87
Black Wire
(Ground when Armed Alarm Output)
87a
85
86
"OFF"
"ACC"
30
"ON"
"START"
Starter
Black
Cut
Black
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Optional Accessory Connection (Continued)
Dome Light Supervision Using Optional ALA-RPT Relay Pack:
Release Black/White Wire from Socket
Insert Black Wire into the First Socket
Insert Red Wire into the Second Socket
Orange Wire
Output to Dome Light (+ or -)
ALA-RPT
Relay Pack
Black Wire
Purple Wire
Input to Relay (+ or -)
Red Wire
Dome Light Supervision Using Optional 30 Amp Relay:
Output to Dome Light (+ or -)
87
Black/White Wire
(SPST ALA984H
Relay Not Supplied)
86
To Constant +12 Volts
85
30
Input to Relay (+ or -)
#2 Button Power Trunk Activation Using Optional ALA-RPT Relay Pack
Release White/Red Wire from Eighth Socket
Insert Red Wire into the First Socket
Insert Black Wire into the Eighth Socket
Red Wire
Black Wire
ALA-RPT
Relay Pack
Orange Wire
Output to Trunk Switch
Purple Wire
Input to Relay (+ or -)
#2 Button Power Trunk Activation Using Optional 30 Amp Relay
Output to Power Trunk Switch
87
White/Red Wire
(SPST ALA984H
Relay Not Supplied)
12
86
30
To Constant +12 Volts
85
Input to Relay (+ or -)
Programming the Transmitter
Programming the Remote Transmitter
(Includes the Standard Type and LCD Transmitter Type)
Note: This mode will only retain the last 4 remote transmitters programmed. If the transmitter memory is
exceeded, the security system will start deleting transmitters from memory in chronological order.
Step 2
Step 1
OFF
ON
2X + 1X (Hold)
3X
Before 15 seconds has passed, push and release the valet
switch 2 times then push the valet switch a third time and
hold it down until a long chirp or beep is heard, then
release it. You are now in transmitter programming mode.
Turn the ignition switch from the OFF position to the
ON position 3 times leaving it in the ON position the
third time.
Step 3
Step 5
Step 4
O FF
Press the “Lock” button on the first
transmitter until you hear a
confirmation chirp/beep. The
transmitter is now coded into the
system.
Repeat for each additional
transmitter.
When finished, either turn off the
ignition key or wait for 15 seconds to
get out of transmitter programming
mode. You will hear 3 long
chirps/beeps and the parking lights will
flash 3 times to indicate you are out of
the transmitter programming mode.
Alarm Feature Programming (Part 1)
Examine the 3 different feature charts enclosed and decide which feature will get changed. Circling the feature to
be changed will make the programming process much easier to perform.
Step 2
Step 1
ON
OFF
3X
Turn the ignition switch from the OFF position to the
ON position 3 times leaving it in the OFF position the
third time.
1X + 1X (Hold)
Before 15 seconds has passed, push and release the
valet switch 1 time then push the valet switch a second
time and hold it down until 1 short and 1 long chirp or
beep is heard, then release it. You are now in Alarm
Feature Programming Part 1 programming mode
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Alarm Feature Programming (Part 1 Continued)
Step 3
Remote Feature Programming
Use the transmitter buttons as illustrated to adjust the features required. Keep repressing the transmitter button
that relates to the feature you want to adjust until the correct amount of chirps/beeps is heard. Move on to the
next feature.
Button
+
One Chirp
LED One Pulse
(Factory Default Setting)
Two Chirps
LED Two Pulses
Three Chirps
LED Three Pulses
Four Chirps
LED Four Pulses
Arm/Disarm Chirps On
Arm/Diasarm Chirps
Siren Output Only
Arm/Diasarm Chirps
Horn Output Only
All Arm/Disarm Chirps Off
Manual Arming
Automatic Arming without
Automatic Door Locking
Automatic Arming with
Automatic Door Locking
Automatic Rearm Off
Automatic Rearm On
Instant Door Ajar Warning
45 Seconds Delay
Door Ajar Warning*
Door Ajar Warning Off
Car-Jack Mode Off
Manual Car-Jack Mode On
Automatic Car
Jack Mode On
Turn On the Ignition
3 long chirps and 3 flashes of the parking lights will
confirm exit of the programming mode.
Step 4
Note: Waiting 15 seconds after the last command will
also cause the system to automatically exit the
programming mode.
ON
*Instant / 45 Seconds Delay Door Ajar Warning
This feature controls the error chirp that is generated if the system is armed with the door trigger active. This is
useful in a vehicle that has a long dome light delays after the door has been closed. If the system is armed before
the dome light has turned off, the security system will generate the door trigger error chirp. Use this feature to
disable the door open error chirp.
Alarm Feature Programming (Part 2)
Step 2
Step 1
ON
OFF
3X
Turn the ignition switch from the OFF position to the
ON position 3 times leaving it in the OFF position the
third time.
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3X + 1X (Hold)
Before 15 seconds has passed, push and release the
valet switch 3 times then push the valet switch a fourth
time and hold it down until 2 short chirps/beeps + 1
long chirp/beep is heard then release it. You are now in
Part 2 programming mode.
Alarm Feature Programming (Part 1 Continued)
Step 3
Remote Feature Programming
Use the transmitter buttons as illustrated to adjust the features required. Keep repressing the transmitter button that
relates to the feature you want to adjust until the correct amount of chirps/beeps is heard. Move on to the next feature.
Button
One Chirp /
LED One Pulse
(Factory Default Setting)
Two Chirps /
LED Two Pulse
Three Chirps /
LED Three Pulse
Four Chirps /
LED Four Pulse
0.8 Second
Door Lock Pulses
0.6 Second
Door Lock Pulses
3.5 Second
Door Lock Pulse
Door Lock with
“Comfort Feature”
See Note Below
Ignition Controlled
Door Unlock Only
Without Ignition Controlled
Door Lock and Unlock
5 Chirps = 0.8 Second Double Pulse Unlock
6 Chirps = 0.6 Second Double Pulse Unlock
Ignition Controlled
Door Lock and Unlock
The Vehicle is
without Turbo
+
Ignition Controlled
Door Lock Only
The Vehicle has Aftermarket Turbo Timer Installed.
(The System Can be Armed with the Engine Running and . . .)
(The System Can Not
be Armed with the
Engine Running)
The Shock Sensor will be
Bypassed as Long as the
Engine is Running
The Shock Sensor will be
Bypassed for 1 Minute
Pathway Illumination
Feature “Off”
Parking Light “On” for
30 Seconds Upon an
Unlock Signal
Parking Light “On” for 30
Seconds Upon an Unlock
Signal and 10 Second Upon
a Lock Signal
Disables the Out-ofRange Check
Enables the Out-ofRange Check
The Shock Sensor will be
Bypassed for 3 Minutes
Comfort Feature:
Some vehicles have a special “Comfort Feature”. When you lock the door with the key, you have to hold the key in the
lock position for about 5 to 7 seconds and the windows will close automatically. If you wish the vehicle’s Comfort
Feature to be activated when you remotely lock the doors, program Door Lock with Comfort Feature “ON”.
Step 4
ON
Turn On the Ignition
3 long chirps and 3 flashes of the
parking lights will confirm exit of
the programming mode.
Note: Waiting 15 seconds after the
last command will also cause the
system to automatically exit the
programming mode.
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Alarm Feature Programming (Part 3)
Step 2
Step 1
ON
OF F
5X + 1X (Hold)
3X
Before 15 seconds has passed, push and release the
valet switch 5 times then push the valet switch a sixth
time and hold it down until 3 short chirp/beeps + 1
long chirp/beep is heard then release it. You are now in
Part 3 programming mode.
Turn the ignition switch from the OFF position to the
ON position 3 times leaving it in the OFF position the
third time.
Step 3
Remote Feature Programming
Use the transmitter buttons as illustrated to adjust the features required. Keep repressing the transmitter button that
relates to the feature you want to adjust until the correct amount of chirps/beeps is heard. Move on to the next feature.
Button
One Chirp
LED One Pulse
(Factory Default Setting)
Two Chirps
LED Two Pulse
Three Chirps
LED Three Pulse
Four Chirps
LED Four Pulse
White/Red Wire Output =
1 Second Pulse Output for
Trunk Release. Alarm is
Disarmed when activated
White/Red Wire Output =
1 Second Pulse Output for
Trunk Release. Alarm is not
Disarmed when Activated
White/Red Wire Output =
Latch Output. No Disarm
Function
White/Red Wire Output =
Timer Controlled Output**
No Disarm Function
(See Explanation Below)
Violet/Black Wire Output =
1 Second Pulse Output
Violet/Black Wire Output =
Latched Output
Shock Sensor
Test Mode Off
Shock Sensor
Test Mode On
Step 4
ON
Violet/Black Wire Output = Violet/Black Wire Output =
Timer Programming**
Latched Output and Reset
(See Explanation Below)
with Ignition “On”
Turn On the Ignition
3 long chirps and 3 flashes of the
parking lights will confirm exit of
the programming mode.
Note: Waiting 15 seconds after the
last command will also cause the
system to automatically exit the
programming mode.
** Channel 2 and 3 Timer Control Output Programming.
1. Turn the ignition switch ON/OFF 3 times and keep it in the OFF position.
2. Push the valet switch 6 times, and hold it in on the 6th push until three chirps with a long chirp is heard then
release the switch. You are now in the Alarm feature ‘III’ programming mode.
3a. Press and release the
button 3 times. 3 LED flashes, 3 siren/horn chirps to indicate your are in features
“Channel 2 Timer Programming Mode”.
3b. Press and release the
button 4 times. 4 LED flashes, 4 siren/horn chirps to indicate your are in features
“Channel 3 Timer Programming Mode”.
4. Press and hold the valet switch, the timer will then immediately start.
5. When the desired interval has passed, release the valet switch. One long chirp for confirmation (Set to any
interval between 1 second and 2 minutes).
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Alarm Feature Programming (Part 3 Continued)
Note 1: If your built-in timer controls window/sunroof closure in your car DO NOT change the timer setting! This
requires installer-only programming. Changing the value will adversely effect operation and may cause damage.
Note 2:
Momentary Output = The momentary output selection will output a negative signal from the Channel 3 output
immediately when the channel 3 button is pressed and will continue until the button is released.
Latched Output = The latched output selection will output a negative signal as soon as the Channel 2 or
Channel 3 button is pressed and will continue until the button is pressed again.
Latched Output / Reset with Ignition = The latched / reset with ignition output selection operates just like the
latched output but will reset or stop when the ignition is turned on.
Shock Sensor Testing and Adjustment
Step 1
ON
Step 2
Step 3
OFF
5X + 1X (Hold)
3X
Turn the ignition switch from the
OFF position to the ON position 3
times leaving it in the Off position
the third time.
Before 15 seconds has passed,
push and release the valet switch 5
times then push the valet switch a
sixth time and hold it down until 3
short chirps/beeps and 1 long
chirp/beep is heard then release it.
Step 5
Step 4
MIN
MAX
Press and release the (
)
button to enter the Shock Sensor
Test mode, there will be a 2 chirp
confirmation.
Step 6
ON
Red
LED
Green
LED
A light impact to the vehicle will
activate the warn-away (first stage
shock sensor / Zone 1), the system
will emit a short chirp.
A more forceful impact will activate
the full alarm (second stage shock
sensor / Zone 4), the system will
emit a long chirp.
Using a small screw driver to adjust
the sensitivity. Turn the screw to the
“-” direction decreases the
sensitivity. Turn the screw to the “+”
direction increased the sensitivity.
Turn ignition “On” and 3 long chirps
and 3 parking light flashes will
confirm exit Shock Sensor Test
mode.
Continue to test the shock sensor
until the proper sensitivity is
reached.
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Returning to Factory Default Settings
Step 2
Step 1
ON
3X
Turn the ignition switch from the
OFF position to the ON position 3
times leaving it in the Off position
the third time.
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Step 3
OFF
11X + 1X(Hold)
Before 15 seconds has passed, push
and release the valet switch 11 times
then push the valet switch a twelfth
time and hold it down until 6 short
chirps/beeps and 1 long chirp/beep
is heard then release it.
Press and hold the ( +
) buttons
at the same time for 5 seconds, there
will be 6 short confirmation chirps and
3 long chirps/beeps to confirm the
system “Alarm Feature 1, 2 and 3
Programming return to factory default
settings.
Wiring Diagram
Black/White Wire (-) Domelight Supervision Output
Open Socket (+12 Volt Battery Power Port)
Black Wire Ground to Vehicle Frame
Yellow Wire to Ignition Switched +12 V
Red Wire To Battery +12V Input
5A
Valet Switch
Red Wire: +12V Power
Black Wire: Negative Power
Blue Wire: Zone 4 Ground Trigger
Green Wire: Warn Away Ground Trigger
Green Wire: (-/+) Lock Pulse
Light Blue Wire: (-) 2nd Unlock
BLue Wire: (-/+) Unlock Pulse
Starter Disable Port (See Optional Accessory Connection)
5-Pin
White
4-Pin 3-Pin 2-Pin
White Black Orange
2-Pin
Blue
10-Pin
White
4-Pin
Black
2-Pin
White
LED Indicator
Window RF Transceiver
Open Socket (+12 Volt Battery Power Port)
Light Brown Wire Horn Output
Violet/Black Wire Programmable Channel 4 Output
Brown Wire Siren Output (+)
Blue Wire Negative AUX Trigger Input
Green Wire Negative Door Pin Trigger Input
Violet Wire Positive Door Pin Trigger Input
White/Red Wire Programmable Channel 3 Output (Trunk)
White Wire Parking Lights Relay Output
WhiteWire Parking Lights Relay Input
10A
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© Copyright 2009 Magnadyne Corporation
PLUS5900-IM 03-26-09 Rev.A
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