OWNER'S GUIDE ADVANCED REMOTE STARTER FOR MANUAL TRANSMISSION ONLY www.titan-innovations.ca Revision 1.01 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! Button Operations Lock Unlock Car Finder Start ACTION Press LOCK Press LOCK once then press and hold Press UNLOCK button once Press and hold LOCK for 3 sec & UNLOCK Press START Press and hold START Press and hold the Press button once then Locks doors* and activates Starter Disable** Window Roll-up*** Unlocks doors* and deactivates Starter Disable** Remote panic* for 3 sec Trunk release* buttons simultaneously Silent Lock or Unlock Press and hold UNLOCK Press LOCK FUNCTION button once button once Remote engine starter on button for 3 seconds Remote engine starter off button for 3 sec button for 3 sec Car finder* Timer Start mode on/off * This feature is not available for all vehicles. ** Optional feature, requires additional parts & installation. *** Vehicle must be equipped with factory window roll-up feature. LOCK A. Press LOCK button momentarily. B. Parking lights will flash 1 time, horn will honk 1 time*, doors will 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 A. Press UNLOCK button momentarily. B. Parking lights will flash 2 times, horn will honk 2 times*, doors will 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/UNLOCK A. Press both LOCK and UNLOCK buttons simultaneously. B. Parking lights will flash once or twice to indicate doors locking or unlocking. C. Any programmed horn confirmations are temporarily bypassed. 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 horn*. 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 VALET mode. F. To cancel VALET mode, repeat steps A and B. After 5 seconds, you will see 2 parking light flashes and the horn will chirp 2 times*. G. The system should now be out of VALET mode. 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 CAR OPERATION The system can be setup to operate a 2nd vehicle. This feature must be setup at the time of installation. See your dealer for details. A. Press the CAR FINDER button in conjunction with any other button to perform that function on the 2nd vehicle. 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 Horn 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 horn will chirp 2 times*. C. Remove the ignition key and the engine will continue to run for approximately 2 minutes. PANIC MODE To use Panic mode, the vehicle’s horn must be connected to your remote starter. A. Press the LOCK button for 3 seconds. B. The horn will sound and the parking lights will flash for 60 seconds. C. Pressing the LOCK or UNLOCK buttons will cancel Panic mode. CAR FINDER To use Car Finder mode, the vehicle’s horn must be connected to your remote starter. A. Press and hold the CAR FINDER button for 3 seconds. B. The parking lights will flash and the horn will chirp 5 times. NOTE: Car Finder option is not available when the trunk release option has been programmed to work on this button TIMER START MODE This option allows you to 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 parking lights turn on. B. With the parking lights on solid, select your start interval using one of the 4 buttons on the remote. (See table below) C. Once you have selected your start interval, the parking light will shut off and then flash the setting according to the selection you have made. Example: 2 flashes = 2 hours 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 horn will chirp 2 times* NOTE: Starting the vehicle by key or by remote will automatically cancel timer start mode. Button Flashes Start interval LOCK 1 Flash Vehicle with start every hour UNLOCK 2 Flashes Vehicle will start every 2 hours START 3 Flashes Vehicle will start every 3 hours CAR FINDER 4 Flashes Vehicle will start every 4 hours REMOTE START SETUP (Ready Mode) To remote start the vehicle, you must first place the system in’ready mode’. There are 3 different programming options for doing this. To use a method other than the default, you must have your system re-programmed by an authorized dealer. DEFAULT - Transmitter activation 1. With the engine on, transmission in NEUTRAL, apply the park brake. 2. Press and release the START button on the remote transmitter. 3. Remove the key from the ignition (vehicle will stay running) 4. Exit the vehicle and make sure all doors are closed. 5. Press and hold START button on the transmitter to shut the vehicle down. 6. The vehicle can now be started by remote. (ready mode) OPTION - Brake switch activation 1. With the engine on, transmission in NEUTRAL, apply the park brake. 2. Press and release the brake pedal 2 times (once if it was already on when you applied the park brake in step 1). 3. Remove the key from the ignition (vehicle will stay running) 4. Exit the vehicle, upon closing the last door, the vehicle will shut down.*** 5. The vehicle can now be started by remote. (ready mode) OPTION - Park brake activation 1. With the engine on, transmission in NEUTRAL, apply the park brake. 2. Remove the key from the ignition (vehicle will stay running) 3. Exit the vehicle, upon closing the last door, the vehicle will shut down.*** 4. The vehicle can now be started by remote. (ready mode) REMOTE STARTING - All modes A. With the engine off, press the START button. B. The parking lights will flash and the horn will chirp once (if connected). 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 minutes default). REMOTE START SETUP (Ready Mode) (con’t.) *** If you press the START button on the transmitter while the door is open, the system will go into continuous run and NOT shut down when you close the door. It will run for the programmed run time or until it is shut down by remote. This feature is convenient if you need to open other doors after having closed yours.*** IMPORTANT: If a door is opened while the vehicle is not running and in ‘ready mode’, the system will go out of ready mode and will not remote start. You will need to start the vehicle with the key and repeat the procedure. If you need to open doors and want to avoid repeating the ‘ready mode’ setup again, simply remote start the vehicle and open the door while the vehicle is running. When you are done, and the doors are closed, you can shut down the vehicle with the remote and ready mode will still be engaged. 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 The transmitter battery should be changed at least once every year to maintain proper operating range. Replace with the appropriate batteries. SERVICE (VALET) MODE 5 secs 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 horn (optional) will honk once. Continue to hold the Program Button, the park lights will turn “OFF” and the horn (optional) will honk 5 times quickly. NOTE: If the parking lights do not turn “ON”, release the Program Button and turn the ignition to the “OFF” position, wait 5sec and repeat steps 1 & 2. STEP 3a (Default) - 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. STEP 3b (PadLoc/ - While holding the Program Button, press and 2nd Car)* release the button on each of the remote transmitters to be programmed. PadLoc is a safety feature that “LOCKS” the remote transmitter. To “UNLOCK” the remote transmitter the button must be pressed simultaneously with the function chosen. or 2nd Car function allows the operation of two remote starter systems (in two separate vehicles) with one remote transmitter. Example: Press and release and simultaneously to remote start. NOTE: Some features not available with PadLoc or 2nd car mode. 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. 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