736T Alarm System – Owner`s Guide

736T Alarm System – Owner`s Guide
736T Alarm System – Owner’s Guide
Disarming - Diagnostics
If siren chirps and parking lights flash 4 times, this indicates that the
alarm had been activated. If in SILENT DISARMING MODE, only the
parking lights will flash.
Remote Siren Silencing
Remote siren silencing is a feature that makes it possible to silence and
reset the system when it is triggering without disarming the system. If
the system is triggered and the siren has been sounding, press the
button on the transmitter to stop the trigger and return the unit to the
armed state.
TRANSMITTER
Arm/Disarm
Valet
Trunk
VEHICLE PROTECTION FEATURES
Your vehicle is protected while parked in armed mode. If a door is
opened or the vehicle struck the parking lights will flash for 30-seconds
and siren will sound for 30-seconds. A Vehicle Recovery System offers
the means to recover your vehicle after a carjacking.
Emergency Override
If the transmitter is lost or misplaced while the system is armed, use
the following steps to disarm the system.
Arming – To arm the system.
2.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
Press the
button once.
Siren will chirp and parking lights will flash once.
The doors will lock (if connected).
The LED will start to flash once-per-second.
The engine starter will be disabled (if the starter kill relay is connected).
3-seconds later, the alarm is armed. If the shock sensor or an external sensor is triggered before 3-seconds, that sensor circuit will be
bypassed. The sensor will rearm itself only when the sensor is
stable for greater than 3-seconds.
3.
Press the
button once and then within 2-seconds—
2.
Press the
button once. This bypasses the shock sensor and
flashes is equal to your pin code.
4.
If the correct PIN code is entered the will disarm when the ignition
is shut off.
Note: If an incorrect PIN code is entered twice in a row the
system will flash the LED at a double rate and block all PIN
codes for 3 minutes.
1.
With IGN OFF, press and hold the
button for 3-seconds, the
siren will sound, and parking lights will flash.
2.
arms the system.
Press the
button to cancel panic mode.
Car Finder
Note: The system must be armed and ignition OFF before the
Car Finder can be used.
Silent Arming/Disarming - To arm/disarm system without siren sounding
and
Count these flashes and turn the ignition off after the number of
Panic
1.
Press the
The LED will flash rapidly for 3 seconds, then will flash once every
second.
Arming - bypass shock sensor
1.
Turn the ignition on and off three times
buttons simultaneously.
Pressing the
button will cause the siren to beep once and the
parking lights to flash 6 times to facilitate locating your car.
Silent Arming - bypassing sensors.
1.
Press the
and
Shock Sensor
1. If the car receives a light shock, the siren will chirp five times and
the parking lights will flash once for warning purposes.
2. If the car receives a heavy shock, the siren will sound and parking
lights will flash for 30 seconds.
buttons simultaneously, and then within
2-seconds—
2.
Press the
button again
Arming - Diagnostics
If any door is open (or sensor is active) while the system is being
armed, the LED will blink quickly and the siren will chirp 3 times. (The
open door or active sensor will not trip the alarm.) If the system is in
Silent Arming mode the chirps will not be bypassed.
Passive Arming
The system will passively arm (if programmed) when the ignition is
turned off, and 30 seconds after the last door is closed.
Passive Re-arming
When the alarm is disarmed, 30-seconds later, if the ignition is not
turned On, or the doors are not opened, the system will then automatically rearm and lock the doors.
Disarming – To disarm the system.
1.
Press the
button once.
2.
The siren will chirp and the lights will flash 2 times.
Trunk Release
3.
The doors will unlock (if connected).
Press and hold the
4.
The engine starter will be enabled (if the starter kill relay is connected).
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button for 2-seconds to open the trunk.
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VALET Mode
1.
2.
3.
4.
ANTI-CARJACKING ACTIVATION
1. Door is opened and closed with the ignition switched ON (Only the
driver’s door, if the driver’s door option is selected), there is a 30
second grace period to allow the driver to exit anti-carjacking.
During this period, the LED will slowly flash.
2. After the grace period, the 30 second warning period will start and
the siren will beep once every 5-seconds as a warning.
3. If the anti-carjacking mode is not exited during the grace period or
the warning period, the system will move to alarming stage where
the siren will sound (constant), the parking lights will flash. The
immobiliser remains disengaged.
4. As soon as the ignition is turned OFF, the immobiliser will engage,
the siren will stop sounding, but the parking lights will continue to
flash.
When disarmed and with the ignition On, press the
for three
seconds.
The LED will be On continuously even with the ignition Off (this
indicates that system entered VALET mode).
In VALET mode, the siren will chirp twice and the parking lights will
flash twice when the door is locked.
Exit VALET mode: With the ignition On, press the
for three
seconds The LED will extinguish to indicate exit from VALET mode.
Ignition Door Lock/Unlock
1. Turn ignition On, the doors lock after 5-seconds (if programmed on).
Note: the doors will not lock after 5-seconds if a door is left open.
2. Turn ignition Off, the doors unlock immediately.
Memory Function
If the battery is disconnected, the system will remember the condition
prior to the removal of the 12V power.
LED
1.
2.
3.
4.
TO EXITING ANTI-CARJACKING MODE
Two methods exist for exiting Anti-carjacking mode depending on the
Conditions
Armed: The LED will flash slowly (once per second).
Passive arming mode: The LED will flash rapidly.
Valet Mode: LED continuously On.
Pin Code Entry Blocked: LED will flash at double rate.
current stage in the procedure.
1.
the incorrect button is pressed the system will immediately move
to the alarming stage.
Disarm Alarm Diagnostics
When the ignition is first turned on, any alarm trigger will be indicated
by the number of LED flashes.
LED Flashes
2
3
4
5
2.
Once the system has entered the alarming period, the
button
can not be used to exit the mode, all transmitter operations will be
Trigger Input
Shock Sensor
Doors
Hood/Trunk
Ignition
ignored and the driver must turn off the ignition and enter the PIN
code to exit anti-carjack mode.
EXIT FULL TRIGGER MODE
Transmitter Learning
The alarm system is supplied with 2 Code Hopping transmitters. The
system has the ability to recognize up to 4 transmitters at the same
time. New or replacement transmitters can be taught to the system
using the following procedure:
1. Turn the ignition ON and OFF twice and then turn the ignition back
ON within a 7-second period.
2. The LED will flash quickly for 3-seconds.
3. After the 3-second flashing, there is a 1 second break and then the
LED flashes at a 1-second rate.
4. Count the flashes and turn the ignition OFF after the number of
flashes equal to the PIN code.
5. Turn the ignition back ON and press the
button on a new
transmitter to teach it to the system.
6. Turn the ignition OFF. Leave the ignition OFF for 10-seconds to exit
the learn routine.
Full trigger mode is entered when the siren begins chirping. Only this
procedure will exit Anti-carjacking at this time.
Note: If you are driving the car at this time, pull to a safe
location away from traffic to perform this procedure.
1. Turn the ignition OFF.
2. Turn the ignition to the ON position or start the engine. (The
engine will not start if starter kill is connected.)
3. Within 15 seconds of turning the ignition on press the Valet®
switch and hold it for 1 second.
4. The siren will chirp twice and the lights will flash twice to indicate
Anti-carjacking mode has been exited.
ZONES
When the ignition is first turned on, the zone (sensor) that has triggered the alarm system will be indicated by the number of flashes from
the LED.
Zone
Trigger Input
ANTI -C AR JACKING
Anti-carjacking feature will stop a car thief from driving far from where
a theft attempt occurred, and to protect you whether the theft was
while you are driving your car or it is parked. The anti-carjacking triggering sequence begins after the thief is a safe distance away from you
and your passengers and allows time for you to notify the authorities of
the theft. Anti-carjacking can be programmed ON or OFF (default is OFF).
It is important to familiarize yourself with anti-carjacking operation.
Carefully read the following instruction so the anti-carjacking feature
can fully protect you and your car.
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During grace or warning periods pressing and holding the
button for 2-seconds can be used to exit the anti-carjack mode. If
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2
Shock Sensor
3
Doors
4
Hood/Trunk
5
Ignition
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