GTWY605 Fast Idle, Shift Interlock, I/O

GTWY605 Fast Idle, Shift Interlock, I/O
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GTWY605 Fast Idle, Shift Interlock, I/O
2009-2017 Chevy 610 Van - 6.0L and 6.6L Engines
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Introduction
The Gateway 605 is a wheelchair lift safety interlock which will only work with the ignition on. It will enable
the lift when certain vehicle safety conditions are met, and will lock the transmission shifter in Park when
the lift door is open and/or the Park Brake is applied. The Gateway 605 may also have the Fast Idle option.
The Advanced Fast Idle System (AFIS) elevates engine idle speed in response to a number of triggers in
order to assist electrical or mechanical systems on the vehicle.
Gateway 605 Add-On Options
In addition to interlock and Fast Idle features, InterMotive offers the following options:
Gateway with Brakemax: Automatically puts vehicle in Tow Haul mode at start up.
Gateway with Park Crank Only Module (PCOM): Allows the vehicle to be started in Park only.
Gateway with Door Ajar: Monitors an additional door other than lift door.
Gateway with Merlin: Used in conjunction with Merlin Multiplex system.
Installation Instructions
Disconnect vehicle battery before proceeding with installation.
IMPORTANT—READ BEFORE INSTALLATION
It is the installer’s responsibility to route and secure all wiring harnesses where they cannot be damaged
by sharp objects, mechanical moving parts and high heat sources. Failure to do so could result in damage to the system or vehicle and create possible safety concerns for the operator and passengers.
Avoid placing the module where it could encounter strong magnetic fields from high current cabling
connected to motors, solenoids, etc. Avoid radio frequency energy from antennas or inverters next
to the module. Avoid high voltage spikes in vehicle wiring by always using diode clamped relays
when installing upfitter circuits.
GTWY605 Module
Remove the lower dash panel below the steering column and find a suitable location to mount the module.
Do not actually mount the module until all wire harnesses are routed and secure. The last step of the installation is to mount the module. Mount the module is in an area away from any external heat sources
(engine heat, heater ducts, etc.). Route the harnesses so that the tilt steering column does not contact
them in the full down position. When installing the harnesses, leave several inches of take-out in order to
remove the module if necessary.
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Data Link Harness
1. Locate the vehicle OBDII Data Link Connector. It will be mounted below the lower left
dash panel.
2. Remove the mounting screws for the OBDII connector. Plug the Red connector
from the GTWY605 Data Link Harness into the vehicle’s OBDII connector. Ensure
the connection is fully seated and secure the connectors together with the supplied
wire tie.
3. Mount the Black pass-through connector from the GTWY605 Data Link Harness in the
former location of the vehicle’s OBDII connector.
4. Secure the GTWY605 Data Link harness so that it does not hang below the lower dash panel.
5. Plug the free end of the Data Link harness into the mating 6-pin connector on the GTWY605 module.
LED Display Panel
1. Locate a suitable position on the dashboard within view of the driver for
mounting the LED Display Panel. The length of the display harness is 40”.
This is the maximum distance the display can be mounted from the
GTWY605 module.
2. Drill a 5/8” hole in the dashboard where the center of the display will be
located, being careful not to damage anything behind the dashboard.
3. Attach the 4 Pin LED display harness to the GTWY605 Module’s 4-pin connector. (Note: on vehicles with Merlin systems,
a “Y” harness is provided which also connects to the MIM401A1 module. See MIM401-A1 instructions).
4. Run the free end of the display harness under the dash and out
through the 5/8” hole.
5. Attach the end of the display harness to the LED Display Panel.
6. Ensure panel is level, and secure using the supplied screws.
Control Outputs, Input, and Lift Inhibit Connections - 12-pin I/O connector
The GTWY605 provides three ground side configurable outputs and one configurable input/output. The outputs can provide vehicle information such as Vehicle Speed, Park, Park Brake, etc., and are configured per
customer requirements at InterMotive prior to shipping. These outputs can be used to control upfitter circuits
and can sink up to 1/2 amp. The input pin can be connected to a ground side switch to activate Fast Idle or
Shift Lock. Grounding the Lift Inhibit pin-2 input will prevent GTWY605 from supplying power on its Wheel
Chair Lift Output pin (see below). Note: The PCOM option requires one of these outputs to provide Park.
Seven terminal pins (two extra) are provided. To use any of these outputs, properly crimp a connector
terminal provided to the installer supplied wire using the correct crimping tool (Molex Part# 11-01-0197),
and insert into the correct connector pin housing. Ensure the terminals are fully seated in the connector.
The largest wire that can be used with these terminals is 16 AWG. Snap this connector into the GTWY605
module’s 12-pin connector.
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Control Outputs, Input, and Lift Inhibit Connections - 12-pin I/O connector (continued)
Shift Lock Control Input—Grounding Pin #11 on the 12 pin connector will lock the transmission shifter
while in Park. This can be used to prevent the vehicle from driving when equipment has not been properly
stowed or an emergency door is open, etc. This can be connected to any number of grounding switches
(connected in parallel) which can effectively “lock the vehicle down.”
Shift Lock Solenoid Harness - 8-pin connector
1. Remove the lower steering column trim cover.
2. Locate the OEM shift lock solenoid to the right side of the steering column.
3. Remove the OEM 2-pin black connector .
4. Locate the Black T-harness Blue wire Pin 1 of the 12 pin connector
5. Plug the Black connectors into the Shift Lock Solenoid.
6. Verify green locking tabs are in the locked position.
12-pin connector pin out definition
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Pin #1 - Blue - Shift Lock Output
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Pin #2 - Inhibit input - ground to Inhibit Lift
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Pin #3 - I/O 2 - Configured output
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Pin #4 - I/O 3 - Configured output
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Pin #5 - Green - Door Ajar Input - Ground Signal (Only with Door Ajar Panel Option)
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Pin #6 - Not Used
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Pin #7 - Red - 12V input from Pin #12
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Pin #8 - White - Tow Haul Switch Input (Only with BrakeMax option)
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Pin #9 - I/O 1 - Configured output
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Pin #10 - I/O 4 - Configured I/O Pin
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Pin #11 - Dedicated Shift Lock input - ground to activate Shift Lock
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Pin #12 - Red - 12V output to Pin #7
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Lift Connector 4-pin
This harness contains the ignition power, lift power/vehicle secure, and lift door circuits. The mating harness is
to be fabricated by the installer. The recommended mating connector is Molex Part # 0050841040. The recommended mating terminals are Molex Part # 0002081003. The recommended terminal extractor tool is Molex
Part # 0011010168. The recommended hand crimp tool is Molex # 0638116800.
Ignition Circuit – The lift must be power-side switched. Connect the Yellow wire from pin # 2 of the white 4pin connector to a fused ignition power source (Hot only with ignition on).
Lift Power/Vehicle Secure Circuit - Connect the Orange wire (Lift Power/Vehicle Secure) from pin #1 of
the white 4-pin connector to the vehicle secure input on the lift. The Vehicle Secure circuit must only activate
the vehicle secure input on the lift and must not draw more than 8.0 Amps (see lift manufacturers installation
instructions). Note: Do not power any other loads (i.e.: lights, motors, etc.) off this circuit that increase the
current draw to greater than 8.0 amps.
Lift Door Circuit – Locate the lift door switch circuit. Connect the Gray wire from pin # 4 of the white 4pin connector to this circuit. Note: the door switch must provide a ground with the door open. A switch
that provides power with the door open will not operate correctly. Finally, plug the White 4-pin connector
from the Lift Harness into the control module.
Plug the White 4– Pin connector from the Lift Harness in to the GTWY605 Control Module.
GTWY 605 System Options Installation
GTWY605-B - Gateway with BrakeMax
1. Pull the OEM TOW/HAUL switch forward to reveal the back of the switch.
2. Remove the OEM black, 4-pin connector from the OEM TOW/HAUL switch and connect the GTWY605
BrakeMax harness 4-pin connector in-series with the OEM connector and the switch.
3. Route the wire harness and insert into the GTWY605 12 pin connector Pin #8.
GTWY605-D Door Ajar Display Panel - the green wire included with the panel. Insert one end of the
Green wire into Pin #5 of the GTWY605 12 pin connector Attach the other end of the Green wire to the
door switch wire that provides a ground when the chosen door is open.
GTWY605-M - Gateway with Merlin. See LED display panel instructions.
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GTWY605-C - Gateway 605 with Park Crank Only Module PCOM Ignition Switch Connectors
1. Remove the under dash panel and the lower steering column trim cover.
2. Locate the OEM ignition switch connector and disconnect it from the switch., noting the
Pin Numbers on the connector.
3. Locate the Pin #3 (Brown wire), and the Pin #2 (Pink wire).
Confirm that the Pink wire is located next to the Brown wire on the connector.
Do not use the second pink wire at Pin #5.
Find a place on the vehicle Ignition Harness with ample space to install the 2-pin PCOM connectors.
Performing one step at a time, attach the correct color wire to each White 2-pin connector wire
end. These connections must be made by using solder and heat shrink tubing. Cut the tubing to 1”
lengths for this purpose.
1. Cut the Ignition Switch Pin #3 (Brown wire) and attach the ignition side of the
Brown wire to the female PCOM connector Pin #2 (Brown wire).
2. Attach the harness side of the Brown wire to the male PCOM connector Pin #2
(Yellow wire).
3. Cut the Ignition Switch Pin #2 (Pink wire) and attach the ignition switch side of the
Pink wire to the female PCOM connector #1 (Red wire).
Ignition switch connector
4. Attach the Harness side of the Pink wire to the male PCOM connector Pin #1 (Blue
wire).
5. Attach the PCOM Ignition connectors to the PCOM Harness from the PCOM
Module.
6. Locate the OEM 4-pin brake switch harness on the left side of the instrument panel
above the parking brake pedal..
Brake Switch Harness
7. Locate the Pink wire in pin B (hot in run/crank).
8. Attach the PCOM Red Battery Voltage Input wire, in parallel, to this
circuit by stripping the insulation, soldering, and using the heat shrink
tubing.
9. Attach the PCOM Black Park Input wire to the GTWY605 I/O port that provides a ground signal when in
park. The actual pin number is determined by the customers configuration of GTWY605-C.
10. Reattach the Ignition Switch Connector to the Ignition Switch
11. Secure the PCOM601B module ensuring there is strain relief on the wires.
12. Reinstall the column trim cover under dash panel
GTWY605 Module Mounting
Ensure all harnesses are properly connected and routed and are not hanging below the dash area. Mount the
module as described on page one and secure using supplied screws or double sided tape.
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Post Installation / Check List
The following checks must be made after installation of the system, to ensure correct and safe operation of the lift. If any of the checks do not pass, do not deliver the vehicle. Recheck all connections as per the installation instructions.
Begin the checklist with the vehicle in the following state:
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Lift stowed
Lift Door Closed
Park Brake set (PB)
Transmission in Park (P)
Ignition off (Key off). Wait until the module goes
into “Sleep” mode which takes approximately 40
seconds.
Active LEDs
Backlit LEDs
Vehicle Secure Lift Door Park Brake Park Shift Lock
1. Turn ignition key on (to “Run”), verify the module
wakes up and all 5 LEDs illuminate for approximately 2 seconds, then turn off. The lower icon LEDs are
backlit and will remain illuminated whenever the module is awake.
2. Verify that the Park LED, the Park Brake LED, and the Shift Lock LED remain illuminated.
3. Attempt to deploy the Lift. The Lift must not deploy with the Lift Door closed.
4. With key on, Lift Door open, Park Brake set and transmission in Park, all 5 LEDs will be illuminated. Attempt to deploy the Lift. Verify lift deploys, then stow the lift. Note: If the Lift does not operate, check
the GTWY605 LIFT connector. Pin 4 should have 12V (Lift power input), and pin 2 should have 12V (Lift
Power/Vehicle Secure output).
5. With key on, Lift Door open, transmission in Park, release Park Brake. Verify that the Park Brake (PB) LED
goes out
6. Attempt to deploy the Lift. The Lift should not deploy.
7. With key on, Lift Door closed, Park Brake set, attempt to shift transmission out of Park. Verify transmission
will not shift out of Park.
8. With key on, Lift Door open, Park Brake released, attempt to shift transmission out of Park. Verify transmission will not shift out of Park.
9. With key on, Lift Door closed, Park Brake released and the Service Brake applied, attempt
to shift transmission out of Park. The transmission shift lever will now shift out of Park.
Lift Door/Aux Door
Door Ajar LED Panel
Perform the same checks as above.
When an additional door (Aux Door), is open, the
Door Ajar LED will blink on the display panel until
the door is closed. If the Lift Door is open, the
Door Ajar LED will stay on steady, taking priority
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Post Installation (continued)
Fast Idle
The Fast Idle option has several “auto triggers” that will increase engine RPM. These include low
battery voltage, air conditioner on, engine cold, and external switch input on pin #10 of the 12 Pin
connector (I/O 4).
1. Press the Service Brake for 1 second. Fast idle will temporarily disengage anytime the brake pedal is
pushed, but will automatically reengage after approximately 2 seconds once the Service Brake pedal is
released.
2. Exit Fast Idle mode by pressing the Service Brake and the Yellow Manual ENGAGE button together. Fast
Idle will cancel and the Green LED will turn off. This will disable Fast Idle until the key or transmission
range is cycled.
3. Shut down the engine and verify that all LED’s turn off, which may take a few minutes. Do not
activate any vehicle controls during this time (windows, mirrors, doors, etc.).
Setting Fast Idle RPM Speeds (900 RPM - 2000 RPM)*
The GTWY506 has two separate configurable RPM settings (heater boost and the default setting). The heater
boost is triggered on engine start-up and aids in warming up the engine quickly. The default setting is triggered by low battery voltage, air conditioner On, or external switch inputs. The two settings are changed by
doing the following procedure:
Heater Boost Configuration (Auto Triggers Enabled)
1. Momentarily short the two “test” pads together TWO times. The
Status LED on the module will flash a 2-2 code (two short flashes, a
pause, and two more short flashes).
2. The vehicle RPM will increase to the currently configured setting.
3. To raise the RPM by 50, momentarily ground pin 1 on the 4-pin
connector until the desired RPM is set.
4. Short the “test” pads TWO more times until no LED’s are lit on
the module.
Default Configuration
1. Momentarily short the two “test” pads together THREE times. The status LED
on the module will flash a 3-3 code (three short flashes, a pause, and three
more short flashes).
2. The vehicle RPM will increase to the currently configured setting.
3. To raise the RPM by 50, momentarily ground pin 1 on the 4-pin connector
until the desired RPM is set.
4. Short the “test” pads ONE more time until no LED’s are lit on the module.
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BrakeMax (optional)
The BrakeMax option automatically engages Tow Haul mode when the vehicle is started
1. Set the Park Brake and start the engine.
2. Verify that the “Tow/Haul” light illuminates on the shifter handle.
3. Press the Tow-Haul button. Verify Tow/Haul light is no longer illuminated. Mode is now deactivated.
4. Turn off and restart vehicle. Verify tow-haul mode automatically reengaged.
Park Crank Only (optional)
The PCOM option only allows the vehicle to be started with the transmission in Park
1. Verify the starter will crank only when the transmission is in the “Park” position.
DO NOT PUT VEHICLE IN SERVICE IF IT DOES NOT PASS ALL OF THE ABOVE TESTS
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Gateway 605 Operation
The Gateway 605 initializes when the vehicle ignition is on. During initialization, LED display panels connected to the Gateway 605 perform prove-out for 2 seconds. After the initialization, the Gateway 605 requests
various vehicle data by sending data request messages across the OEM CAN diagnostic data network and all
control logic is performed. When the Gateway 605 module has been running and the vehicle ignition is
turned to the off or accessory positions, the module goes into a low current consumption “sleep” mode. This
may take up to 5 minutes.
The Gateway 605 module obtains data from the onboard vehicle data port. In order to not interfere with a
possible scan tool communication, the Gateway 605 will refrain from transmitting CAN messages for 10 seconds if a scan tool CAN communication is detected. If during these 10 seconds another scan tool message is
received, an additional 10 seconds will be added to the end of the first 10 second timeout. When no scan
tool messages have been received for at least 10 seconds, the Gateway 605 module will restart
communication.
Advance Fast Idle Option
The Advanced Fast-Idle System (AFIS) option of the Gateway 605 includes Charge-Protect as well as FullyAutomatic and Manual engage modes. Charge-Protect is a feature that maintains vehicle charging system
voltage by increasing and controlling vehicle idle speed when necessary. Whenever charging system voltage falls below a minimum voltage (determined by each bus manufacturer), this AFIS feature will increase
idle speed and maintain fast idle until one of the safety conditions is no longer met or the voltage is raised
above the minimum level plus .5V. The Fully-Automatic and Manual engage modes also require that all
safety conditions are met.
Safety conditions that must be met to engage or maintain Fast Idle operation
Vehicle NOT moving (speed = 0 MPH).
Service Brake NOT pressed.
Vehicle Transmission Range in Park
RPM inside of safe operating range.
Transmission Fluid Temperature below 250° F.
Engine Coolant Temperature below 230° F.
Control/Display Panel
The left side of the Control/Display Panel consists of one LED and a Manual Engage Switch. The green LED will
illuminate when Fast Idle is in progress. When the vehicle’s ignition switch is first turned on, the LED will illuminate for 2 seconds as a prove out of proper LED operation. The LED is also used for diagnostic code retrieval by an authorized service technician. The Manual Engage Switch can be used to engage Fast Idle operation if
the voltage is above the minimum level and all safety conditions are met.
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Fast Idle Operation
Fast Idle may be initiated by either a manual or automatic Fast Idle trigger. The AFIS strategy can only
command elevated idle when certain safety conditions are met (see previous section). Fast Idle operation
can be terminated by a safety condition violation, a Merlin Multiplex Network Command, or an automatic
Fast Idle disengagement trigger. An automatic Fast Idle disengagement trigger will only act if the vehicle is
in the particular type of automatic Fast Idle corresponding with the disengagement trigger. If an automatic
Fast Idle is in progress and an automatic Fast Idle disengagement trigger occurs that would cause the Fast
Idle to cease, yet there is a different pending automatic Fast Idle trigger, Fast Idle operation will NOT
cease. In this case, automatic Fast Idle will continue under the new automatic Fast Idle triggering condition.
If a Fast Idle Operation terminates due to an automatic Fast Idle disengagement trigger, automatic Fast
Idle is available pending another automatic trigger. If a Fast Idle operation terminates due to a safety
condition violation, automatic Fast Idle is unavailable until Park is de-asserted and re-asserted. (Shift out of
Park and back into Park). The base Fast Idle RPM level is determined by the type of engine (Gas or Diesel)
in the vehicle. For Gas engine vehicles, the idle speed is 1500 RPM and may be increased in increments of
100 RPM by subsequent presses of the manual engage button up to a maximum of 2000 RPM. Diesel
applications remain fixed at 1200 RPM.
Manual Fast Idle Start Triggers:
Manual Engage Switch.
Merlin Multiplex Network Command.
Fast Idle Input – ground applied to 12 Pin connector Pin #10 of the Gateway 605 Module, such as an input
from Coach AC (OPTIONAL)
Automatic Fast Idle Start Triggers:
Charge Protection - Battery voltage stays below minimum voltage for 2 seconds and engine running for 5
seconds.
Chassis A/C Boost - OEM A/C on with ambient temperature above 70° F and engine running > 5 seconds.
Heater Boost – Ambient air temperature below 70° F and Engine Coolant Temperature below 170° F.
Fast Idle Disengagement Triggers:
Safety Condition Violation.
Merlin Multiplex Network Command.
Battery Voltage > 0.5 volts above minimum voltage setting. (Automatic Fast Idle Disengagement Trigger –
Active only in Charge Protect mode).
Engine Coolant Temperature > 170° F (Automatic Fast Idle Disengagement Trigger – Active only in Heater
Boost mode).
Open or battery voltage on 12 Pin connector Pin #10 while in Fast Idle caused by 12 Pin connector Pin #10
fast idle input. (OPTIONAL)
Transmission Fluid Temperature above 250° F.
Ambient Temperature below 70° F (Only in A/C Boost).
Note: Fast idle will temporarily stop anytime the brake pedal is depressed, but will automatically
reengage after approximately 2 seconds once the brake pedal is released. Fast idle may be manually cancelled by depressing the service brake pedal while simultaneously pressing the manual
engage switch.
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Fast Idle Operation (continued)
Manual Operation:
To manually engage Fast Idle, the manual engagement switch must be pressed for at least a quarter second
and released. The Fast Idle operation will begin when the button is released, not when first pressed. Holding
the switch for more than five seconds will initiate a diagnostic routine that displays stored status codes from
previous operations. If the driver accidentally enters this routine, it can be exited by cycling the vehicle’s ignition off and then back on. To exit Fast Idle operation, the driver can depress the service brake pedal while
simultaneously pressing the manual engage switch.
Note: When additional electrical or A/C loads are in use, engine RPM may drop. The AFIS feature
will then raise the RPM back up to the fast idle speed. When the load is removed, engine RPM
will increase. AFIS will lower the RPM back to the fast idle speed. This may be more noticeable
on cold engine startup.
Lift Operation
The Intelligent Lift Interlock System of the Gateway 605 is a microprocessor driven system for controlling
wheelchair lift operation. Lift operation will only be allowed when all of the following conditions are met:
The vehicle is in “Park”
The parking brake is applied.
The vehicle ignition is on.
The lift door is open.
Lift inhibit is not activated.
The Gateway 605 will not allow the vehicle to be shifted out of park if the lift door is open. The vehicle
can be shifted out of park if only the passenger door is open. As an added feature, it also will not allow
the vehicle to be shifted out of park when the parking brake is applied. This feature eliminates excessive
parking brake wear due to driving with the parking brake applied. The shift lock can also be activated
through 12 Pin connector Pin #10, if the proper configuration is installed or through a command by the
InterMotive Merlin Multiplex system, if equipped.
When the vehicle is first started, or if the key is turned to the “Run” position, the five upper LED’s on the
display panel will illuminate for 2 seconds as a prove out of the LED’s. The lower icon LED’s are backlit and
should remain illuminated whenever the Gateway 605 module is awake. The module will stay awake for
several minutes after the ignition is turned off.
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Lift Operation (continued)
After prove out, the operation of the LED panel is as follows:
Vehicle Secure – Illuminates in green if the lift is enabled. This means that all conditions for lift operation have been met and the lift has been supplied a vehicle secure signal.
Park Brake – Illuminates in red when the parking brake is applied.
Park - Illuminates in red when the vehicle transmission is in the park range.
Door Open - Lift Door Display Panel only- Illuminates in red when the lift door is open.
Door Ajar - Door Ajar Display Panel only- Illuminates in red when the lift door is open, flashes in
red when the passenger door is open.
Shift Lock - Illuminates in red when the lift door is open and/or the parking brake is applied. It can also be illuminated from an external command through the I/O 4 input at Pin #10 of the 12 pin connector, if the proper configuration is installed. Also a command by the InterMotive Merlin Multiplex system, if
equipped, will illuminate the shift lock LED. If illuminated, the driver will not be allowed to shift out of
park.
GTWY605 Options Operating Instructions
BrakeMax:
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When the vehicle is started, tow-haul mode is automatically engaged and the tow-haul light will
be on.
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To deactivate tow-haul mode, press the tow-haul mode button.
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When vehicle is restarted, tow-haul mode will again be automatically reengaged.
Park Crank Only Module (PCOM):
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Once installed, the starter will crank only when the transmission is in the “Park” position.
Door AJAR:
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When an additional door is open, the Door Ajar LED will blink on the display panel until
the door is closed.
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If the Lift Door is open, the Door Ajar LED will stay on steady, taking priority over the
additional door input.
If the GTWY605 fails any step in the System Operating Instructions,
call InterMotive Technical Support at (530) 823-1048.
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If the GTWY605 fails any step in the Post Installation Test, review the installation instructions and check all connections.
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