V ehicle Security System
Vehicle Security System
Installation Instructions
PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION
STRONGLY RECOMMENDED
Installation Precautions:
Roll down window to avoid locking
keys in vehicle during installation
Avoid mounting components or
routing wires near hot surfaces
Avoid mounting components or
routing wires near moving parts
Tape or loom wires under hood for
protection and appearance
Use grommets when routing wires
through metal surfaces
Use a voltmeter for testing and
verifying circuits
Technical Support
For Authorized Dealers - (800) 421-3209
Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. EST Monday thru Friday
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. EST Saturday
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules and with RSS-210 of the
industry Canada. 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.
Z13
INS0885
Rev. A
12/98
2
Brown
Unused
Siren / Horn Output (-)
Disarm Input
Door LOCK / UNLOCK Polarity
Refer to Wire Color / Location Chart for specific wire color,
location, and polarity information.
System Layout
System Specifications
System Arming
• The system will ignore all trigger inputs for 3 seconds after the second parking light
flash.
• SilentChoice
Allows selective arming or disarming of the security system with or without confirmation
chirps. Pressing the arm or disarm button the first time activates the selected function.
Then if the same transmitter button is pressed again within 5 seconds the siren (or horn)
will chirp, confirming the selected function.
Alarm Trip Cycle
• Siren will sound for 30 seconds. The alarm will then ignore all trigger inputs for 10
seconds, then rearm. The siren will not sound again until another intrusion is detected.
However, if the intruded zone stays open the alarm will continue to cycle until zone is
closed.
Panic
• Pressing button 3 on the remote transmitter activates the Panic feature. Panic duration
is 30 seconds. Panic cycle can be stopped prior to 30 seconds by pressing button 3
again.
Sensors
• Power and Ground are active at all times on Sensor Port 1.
• Ground on Sensor Port 2 is active only when the alarm is fully armed.
• Pressing buttons 1 and 2 together will deactivate the Lite-Touch and shock input on
sensor ports 1 and 2. The siren will chirp three times when these inputs are deactivated.
These inputs will remain deactivated until the alarm is rearmed.
• 10 Lite-touch trips within one arming period will cause the alarm to ignore any further
lite-touch inputs until the alarm is rearmed.
• 4 Full-trigger trips within one arming period will cause the alarm to ignore any further
full-trigger inputs until the alarm is rearmed.
Automatic Arming
• If the Automatic Arming option is enabled, the alarm will automatically arm and disable
the vehicle starter 1 minute after the ignition is turned off.
Valet
• Valet Mode prevents the alarm from arming automatically. Enter Valet Mode by pressing
the ARM button on the remote transmitter with the vehicle ignition on. Exit by pressing
DISARM with the ignition on.
• In Valet Mode, the LED will double-flash.
Illuminated Entry/Exit
• The Illuminated Entry/Exit Output is activated for 60 seconds after the alarm is disarmed
or the ignition is turned off.
Trunk Release
• The Trunk Release is activated by pressing and holding DISARM on the remote
transmitter.
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System Specifications (cont.)
Door Locks
• The Door Lock / Unlock Outputs are activated when the alarm is armed and disarmed.
Duration is .6 seconds or 6 seconds (selectable).
• The Door Lock Output is activated when all doors are closed and the vehicle ignition is
turned on (this option can be turned off).
• The Door Unlock Output is activated when the vehicle ignition is turned off (this option
can be turned off).
• The door unlock output can be programmed to provide a double unlock pulse for
vehicles requiring a pulse to the factory alarm.
Trip Identification
• Trip ID identifies the specific zone that triggered the alarm system.
• Upon returning to the vehicle, press DISARM. If the siren chirps 4 times, the alarm was
triggered.
• Press the override button. The siren will chirp a number of times, indicating the violated
zone.
Auxiliary Output
Output can be activated by pressing and holding the ARM button. The aux. output will
activate for 20 seconds. The aux. output can be shut off prior to 20 seconds by pressing
ARM again.
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1. Installation
Remove all fuses from the wire harness before installation.
A. Siren or Horn (#20 ORANGE)
Follow the appropriate steps below:
Siren
• Mount bell housing downwards.
• Use at least two (2) screws to secure siren to mounting location.
• Connect siren BLACK wire to module ORANGE wire.
• Connect siren RED wire to a fused +12V source.
Horn
Circuit verification Negative Systems - Target wire will register ground when horn is pressed.
Positive Systems - Target wire registers voltage when horn is pressed.
Connection
Horn
Positive
Negative
Wire Relay Diagram 1
Connect to target wire.
+12V
Diagram 1
Fused
Module ORANGE wire
Horn
B. 12-volt Main Feed (#22 RED)
Circuit Verification - Target wire registers voltage at all times.
• Connect to vehicle battery or at main 12-volt lead at ignition switch harness.
C. 12-volt Switched Feed (#17 Lt. BLUE)
Circuit Verification - Target wire registers voltage when ignition key is turned to the
ON position and START position.
• Connect at switched 12-volt lead at ignition switch harness.*
D. Ground (#11 BLACK)
• Attach to grounded metal point of vehicle chassis.
Note: When installing multiple components (such as an alarm and remote starter),
ground the units separately.
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1. Installation
E. Starter Interrupt (WHITE/RED and WHITE on 2-pin Connector)
Circuit Verification - Target wire registers voltage only when ignition key is turned
to the START position.
Circuit Verification after starter wire is cut:
• KEY SIDE of starter wire registers voltage when ignition key is turned to
the START position.
• MOTOR SIDE of starter wire registers no voltage.
• Connect to WHITE/RED to Key Side at vehicle starter wire.
• Connect WHITE to Motor side of vehicle starter wire.
Note: Some vehicles have two starter wires. If so, cut both and connect to the
alarm module. Refer to Vehicle Wire Color and Location Chart.
F. Door Pin Switches (#8 YELLOW (-) or #19 WHITE (+))
Circuit Verification - Refer to Vehicle Wire Color and Location Chart for circuit
type and location, or verify the vehicle wire using the following guideline:
• Positive Systems - Target wire registers voltage when any door is opened.
• Negative Systems - Target wire registers ground when any door is opened.
• Connect the appropriate module wire to the targeted vehicle wire.
G. Illuminated Entry (#4 YELLOW and #3 YELLOW/BLACK)
• Circuit Verification - Target wire is usually the door pin switch wire. Refer to
section F for verification guideline.
• Connect #4 Lt. YELLOW wire to the target wire.
• Connect #3 YELLOW/BLACK wire to +12V if the door system is positive.
• Connect #3 YELLOW/BLACK wire to ground if the door system is negative.
H. Parking Lights (#2 ORANGE/BLACK and #1 BLACK/WHITE)
• Circuit Verification - Refer to Vehicle Wire Color and Location Chart for circuit
type and location, or verify the vehicle wire using the following guideline:
• Positive Systems - Target wire registers voltage when parking lights are on.
• Negative Systems - Target wire registers ground when parking lights are on.
• Connect #2 ORANGE/BLACK wire to the target wire.
• Connect #1 BLACK/WHITE wire to +12V if the system is positive.
• Connect #1 BLACK/WHITE wire to ground if the system is negative.
I. Hood / Trunk Pin Switch (#7 Lt. GREEN)
• Circuit Verification - Refer to Vehicle Wire Color and Location Chart for circuit
location, or install a pin switch and connect to the module #7 Lt. GREEN wire.
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1. Installation
J. Power Door Locks:
#14 Lt. BLUE
#13 Lt. BLUE/BLACK
#10 RED/BLACK
#16 GREEN
#15 GREEN/BLACK
• Circuit Verification - Refer to Vehicle Wire Color and Location Chart for circuit
type and location.
Connections
Type 1
Dia. 1
Type 2 Type 3
Dia. 2
Dia. 3
Type 4
Dia. 4
Type 5
Dia. 5
Other
See specifications in
Vehicle Wire Color /
Location Guide or call
Technical Support
Diagram 1
Type 1 - Positive 3-Wire Door Lock System
Diagram 2
Type 2 - Positive 5-Wire Door Lock System
Diagram 3
Type 3 - Negative 3-Wire Door Lock System
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Diagram 4
12V+
RED/BLACK
87
BLUE/BLACK
MODULE
WIRES
87a
85
GREEN
86
30
GREEN/BLACK
Type 4 - Vacuum Door Lock System
Diagram 5
MODULE
WIRES
LT. BLUE
UNUSED
GREEN
UNUSED
RED/BLACK
12V+ or
BLUE/BLACK
GREEN/BLACK
Type 5 - Resistor Door Lock System
K. Status Indicator (#18 GRAY)
• Locate a visible location on the dash with 1” clearance behind the location.
• Drill a 1/4” hole and snap the status indicator in place.
• Connect the status indicator BLACK wire to the module GRAY wire.
• Connect the status indicator RED wire to a fused +12-volt source.
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1. Installation
L. Trunk Release (#5 VIOLET and #12 TAN)
• Refer to Vehicle Wire Color and Location Chart for circuit type and location, or
verify the vehicle wire using the following guideline:
• Circuit Verification:
• Positive Systems - Target wire registers voltage when the trunk / hatch is
opened using the vehicle button.
• Negative Systems - Target wire registers ground when the trunk / hatch is
opened using the vehicle button.
• Connect TAN to targeted vehicle wire
• Connect VIOLET to +12V for positive systems or ground for negative systems.
M. Auxiliary Output - Headlight Control (#9 BLACK/GREEN)
• Determine the polarity needed for the accessory.
• Wire relay as shown.
Positive
Diagram 6
Negative
Note: A relay is only required if accessory
draws over 500mA.
Fused 12V+
Fused 12V+
N. Impact Detector
• Using the supplied tie wrap mount the impact detector to the steering column or to
a sturdy wire harness.
• Plug the impact detector into SENSOR PORT 1 on the module.
Note: any additional sensors connect to sensor port 2
O. Armed Output (BLACK on Sensor Port 2)
• Connect to a device requiring a ground signal when the alarm system is armed.
N. Override/Programming Button
The override/programming button must be installed for all installations
• Find a suitable mounting location for the override/programming button. The
selected mounting location should be as difficult as possible for an unauthorized
person to find. It is recommended that the override button be mounted in different
location in each installation.
• Drill a 9/32 hole mounting hole in the selected mounting location and mount as
shown.
• Connect one of the override button wires to the module brown wire.
• Connect the remaining override / programming button wire to a solid chassis
ground.
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2. System Power-Up
• Check all connections and wire routing.
• Turn ignition to the ON position.
• Replace all fuses in the module harness.
3. Programming Selectable Options
NOTE: Transmitters supplied with system are preprogrammed. See page 13 for
instructions on programming additional transmitters.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Open driver’s door.
Turn vehicle ignition ON.
Press and hold programming button in. After 10-15 seconds siren will sound 3
times to indicate transmitter learn mode.
Release, press and release programming button. Siren will sound 4 times.
Using a programmed transmitter, press LOCK button to advance to the next
option. Siren will sound to indicate option number.
Press DISARM to turn selected option ON or OFF. Status Indicator will light if an
option is ON.
Turn Ignition OFF to end option programming.
Button 1
Press to
Advance to
Next Option
ARM
DISARM
TRUNK
Button 2
Press to
Turn Option
ON or OFF
Status Indicator
Displays Option Status
(ON or OFF)
PANIC
Press Button 3
to Reset all Options
to Factory Settings
Option Number and Description Bold Type indicates Factory Setting
1. System arms automatically 60 seconds after ignition key is turned off
2. SilentChoice
3. Doors lock when ignition is turned on enabled
4. Doors unlock when ignition is turned off enabled
5. Illuminated exit enabled
6. Lock / unlock output duration
7. Double unlock pulse enabled
8. Siren or Horn
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Number of Siren Chirps
Indicate Option Number
Status Indicator
ON
Status Indicator
OFF
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
6 SEC.
YES
SIREN
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
.6 SEC.
NO
HORN
Testing the Alarm System
1. Arming and Disarming / Sensor Override______________________________________________________
Close all doors and press ARM.
• All doors lock.
• Parking lights flash two times.
• Status indicator begins to flash.
Press ARM again within 5 seconds._________• Siren chirps twice._____________________________________
Press Disarm.
• All doors unlock.
• Parking lights flash.
• Status indicator turns off.
• Courtesy light turns on (if connected) and illuminated exit
is set.
Press Disarm again within 5 seconds.
• Siren chirps one time.
2. Alarm Triggering / Starter Interrupt / Trip ID / Lock Options_______________________________________
Arm system. Wait 5 seconds, then
• Siren sounds / parking lights flash.
open door.
• horn output will also activate (certain models only).
With siren sounding, attempt to
• Vehicle will not start.
start vehicle.
Wait until siren stops, then press DISARM.
• Siren chirps / parking lights flash 4 times
(system was triggered).
Press override button.
• Siren chirps three times (system was triggered by door).
Close doors and attempt to start vehicle.
• Vehicle starts.
• Doors lock (if Ignition Lock Option is activated).
Turn ignition off.
• Doors unlock (if Ignition Unlock Option is activated).
3. Trunk Release_____________________________________________________________________________
Press and hold DISARM.
• Trunk opens.
4. Panic____________________________________________________________________________________
Press PANIC.
• Siren sounds / parking lights flash for 30 seconds.
for one second.
Press PANIC button to stop.
5. Automatic Arming (Test only if Automatic Option is activated)____________________________________
Enter vehicle and close doors. Turn ignition
• Alarm arms 60 seconds after door is closed.
on for five seconds, then turn off. Exit vehicle
and close doors.
6. Valet (Only active if passive arming is enabled)________________________________________________
With system disarmed, turn ignition on,
• Status Indicator Flashes double blink.
then press ARM.
Press DISARM.
• Flashing stops.
7. Auxiliary Outputs (Test if connected)__________________________________________________________
Press and hold ARM button on the remote
• Accessory connected to Aux. Output activates for 20 seconds.
transmitter.
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Adjusting the Impact Detector
1.
2.
3.
Turn the white knob on the impact
detector clockwise until it stops, then
turn counterclockwise approximately
1 of a turn.
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Test the sensitivity by arming the alarm system,
waiting 30 seconds, then slapping various parts
of the vehicle with an open hand.
• A light slap should cause the siren to emit a
warning chirp.
• A heavier slap should trigger the alarm.
Adjust the sensitivity until the desired setting is achieved.
Antenna Placement / Mounting the Module
1.
2.
If the module has a short antenna (approx. 8”), keep the antenna as straight as
possible, and route away from vehicle harnesses.
Mount the module using supplied long tie wraps. Make sure the module and
harnesses are clear of moving vehicle parts.
Installation is Complete.
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Programming Additional Remote Transmitters
Note: Each system module has four “slots”, or memory locations, to store remote
transmitter codes, giving it the ability to operate from up to four remote transmitters.
For proper operation, a transmitter code must be stored into each memory slot.
When using less than four transmitters, follow the suggested programming
parameters:
• One Remote Transmitter - Program four (4) times
• Two Remote Transmitters - Program each remote transmitter two (2) times
• Three Remote Transmitters - Program one remote transmitter twice, and each
remaining remote transmitter once.
1. Open driver’s door.
2. Turn vehicle ignition ON.
3. Press and hold programming buttton.
4. After 10-15 seconds, siren will sound 3 times. Release programming button.
5. Press button 1 on new transmitter.
6. Repeat step 5 to program additional transmitters (up to four).
7. Turn vehicle ignition OFF.
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