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6R / 5-BUTTON SERIES
VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM
System Operation
Button 1
ARMING OPERATION
To arm the system press transmitter button 1:
• The siren will chirp once.
• The parking lights will flash once.*
• The doors will lock.*
• The LED will turn solid for 10 seconds
then start flashing slowly. After 10
seconds the system is armed.
Button 2
Button 5
Button 3
Button 4
After Arming, if the system detects a bad sensor
or an open zone, the siren will chirp and the
parking lights will flash 4 times to indicate a
zone is open. The system will ignore that input,
but keep all other areas protected.
While Armed, the system will trigger if:
• The doors are opened.
• The shock sensor detects an impact.
• An optional sensor is disturbed.
• The hood or trunk is opened.
When triggered by the door or hood/trunk
input the siren will sound, the horn will honk,
and the parking lights will flash for 45 seconds.
If triggered by a sensor, the alarm cycle will last
30 seconds.
If the same input triggers the system 3 times
during a single arming cycle,the system will bypass
that input, keeping the other zones protected,
until the next time the system is armed.
If the shock sensor detects a light impact to the
vehicle or an optional sensor is disturbed, the
system will chirp and the parking lights will flash
5 times to warn away the potential intruder.
*Optional Feature
Standard Features:
Two 5-Button Remote Transmitters
Status indicator (LED)
Valet / override switch
Multi-tone siren
Dual stage impact sensor
Remote panic
Remote chirp mute
Remote sensor bypass
Passive or active arming
Optional Features:
Flashing parking lights
Starter disable
Keyless entry
Remote trunk or hatch release
Illuminated entry
Hood and trunk protection
Remote auto start
Power window roll up
Glass break sensor
Microwave sensor
Note: Some features may require additional parts
and labor, and may not be appropriate for certain
vehicles. Consult your authorized dealer.
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PASSIVE ARMING
The passive arming feature allows the system to
automatically arm after closing all doors. The
Passive Arming feature requires the ignition to
have been on for at least 10 seconds prior to
exiting the vehicle. This enables the key to be
turned on then off quickly to avoid passive
arming in the event of refueling, washing the
vehicle, etc. The Passive Arming feature may be
enabled during installation.
TAMPER ALERT
If the alarm was triggered while away from the
vehicle, the siren will chirp 3 times and the
parking lights will flash 3 times on disarming for
tamper indication. After disarming the alarm,
enter vehicle and turn ignition on.The LED will
flash the zone that was triggered 3 times (see
LED TAMPER ALERT INDICATIONS).
AUTO REARM
The Auto Rearm feature allows the system to
automatically re-arm itself and lock the doors*
in the event the system is disarmed and a
door is not opened within 30 seconds. This
programmable feature may be enabled during
installation.
To arm the system passively:
1. Turn the ignition key off (make sure
ignition was on for at least 10 seconds).
2. Exit the vehicle and close all doors.
• The LED flashes rapidly indicating that
the system is preparing to arm. (The
system can be armed at any time by
pressing transmitter button 1.)
• If the optional countdown feature is
programmed, the siren will chirp every
2 seconds until armed.
• The siren will chirp 30 seconds after
the last door is closed to indicate the
system is armed. NOTE: Opening the
hood/trunk or a door resets the passive
arming timer.
• The doors will lock.†*
†
SILENT ARMING/DISARMING
Press transmitter button 5 (the Shift Button)
then the Arm or Disarm button for one-time
silent operation.The system can also be
programmed for full-time silent operation
during installation.
IGNITION LOCK*
The ignition locking feature automatically locks
the doors 5 seconds after the ignition key is
turned on, and automatically unlocks when the
ignition key is turned off. To avoid locking keys
in the vehicle, the ignition locking feature will be
cancelled if a door is open when the ignition is
turned on. This feature may be disabled during
installation.
*Optional feature
If Passive Locking was enabled during installation.
DISARMING OPERATION
To disarm the system press transmitter button 2.
• The siren will chirp twice.
• The parking lights will flash twice.*
• The doors will unlock.†*
• The dome light will turn on for 30
seconds.*
† If the Passenger Unlock Feature is installed, pressing
REMOTE PANIC
In the event of an emergency (PANIC) situation,
the system’s siren can be triggered for 30
seconds to attract attention.To activate the Panic
Feature, press transmitter button 1 for 3
seconds:
the unlock button will unlock only the driver's door.
Pressing the unlock button again unlocks all doors.
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• The siren will sound.
• The parking lights will flash*.
Press button 1 to exit panic mode and rearm
the system. Press button 2 to exit panic mode
and disarm the system. The Panic Feature will
not operate when the ignition is on.
To enter or exit valet mode using the remote:
1. Be sure the ignition key is off.
2. Press transmitter button 2 then button 1
and hold for 3 seconds..
• The siren will chirp once to enter valet
or twice for exit.
• The LED will turn on solid indicating
the system is in Valet Mode, or turn off
indicating Valet Mode exit.
EMERGENCY OVERRIDE
If the transmitter becomes lost or fails to
operate, the system can be disarmed by using
the emergency override feature.
OPTIONAL TRUNK RELEASE
Press button 3 for approximately 2 seconds to
open the trunk.
To override the system:
1. Enter the vehicle.
• Because the system is armed, the siren
will sound.
2. Turn on the ignition key.
3. Press the Valet switch for 3 seconds.
• The siren will stop sounding.
• The starter defeat will be bypassed.
• The system will enter valet mode.
OPTIONAL TRUNK DISARM
The trunk disarm feature allows the alarm to
disarm automatically whenever transmitter
button 3 is used to activate the optional trunk
release. This eliminates having to first disarm
the alarm before activating the trunk release.
This feature must be programmed during
installation.
VALET MODE
When the system is placed into the Valet Mode
the security system will be disabled. However,
the optional keyless entry and auxiliary
features will still function if installed. The valet
feature may be accessed using the valet switch
or using the remote transmitter.
To enter or exit valet mode using the switch:
1. Be sure the system is disarmed.
2. Turn the ignition key on.
3. Press and hold the valet switch for 3
seconds.
• The siren will chirp once to enter valet
or twice for exit.
• The LED will turn on solid indicating
the system is in valet mode, or turn off
indicating valet mode exit.
REMOTE SENSOR BYPASS
To arm the system and bypass the shock sensor,
press button 1 to arm, then within 2 seconds
press button 4. The siren will chirp once and
sensors will be ignored until the system is
disarmed and rearmed.
OPTIONAL ANTI-CARJACK FEATURE
The optional anti-carjacking feature provides
added security with three operating modes:
Active, Passive, and Full-time. The Anti-Carjacking
feature may be enabled during installation.
Active. Press transmitter button 4 with the
ignition on to manually activate the anticarjacking feature. Press button 4 again to
deactivate the Active carjack feature.
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Passive. When selected, the anti-carjacking
feature will activate whenever a door is opened
while the ignition is on. Press the valet switch
3 times to deactive the Passive carjack feature.
Transmitter Functions with Shift Key
(Button 5) pressed 1 time:
Button 1 Silent Arm
Button 2 Silent Disarm
Button 3 Auxiliary function 3
Button 4 Car Locator feature (flashes parking
lights, chirps siren, and honks horn 5 times)
Full-time. When selected, the anti-carjacking
feature will automatically activate each time the
ignition is turned on. Press the valet switch 3
times to deactive the Full-time carjack feature.
If the carjack feature is triggered:
• The parking lights will flash two times.
• 90 seconds later the parking lights will
flash, the horn will honk, and the siren will
sound for 5 minutes.
• The starter kill will turn on and remain on
until the carjack feature is deactivated.
Transmitter Functions with Shift Key
(Button 5) pressed 2 times:
Button 1 Arm car 2; press 3 seconds for panic
Button 2 Disarm car 2; press twice for optional
Passenger Unlock feature
Button 3 Auxiliary function 1 for car 2
Button 4 Auxiliary function 2 for car 2
TRANSMITTER FUNCTIONS
Button 1 Arm; press 3 seconds for panic
Button 2 Disarm; press twice for optional
Passenger Unlock feature
Button 3 Auxiliary function 1
Button 4 Auxiliary function 2
Transmitter Functions with Shift Key
(Button 5) pressed 3 times:
Button 1 Silent Arm car 2
Button 2 Silent Disarm car 2
Button 3 Auxiliary function 3 for car 2
Button 4 Car Locator feature for car 2
STATUS INDICATOR (LED)
FUNCTIONS
On Solid = Valet Mode
Slow Flash = System Armed
Rapid Flash when disarmed =
Passive Arming
Rapid Flash when armed =
Tamper Alert
On Solid when not in valet =
Open Zone
LED TAMPER ALERT
INDICATIONS
(after turning on ignition)
1 Flash = optional sensor
2 Flashes = shock sensor
4 Flashes = door
5 Flashes = hood or trunk
Example: flash-flash-pause-flashflash-pause = shock sensor
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PARKING LIGHT
INDICATIONS
1 Flash = System Armed
2 Flashes = System Disarmed
3 Flashes = Tamper Alert
4 Flashes = Open Zone
Indication (after arming)
5 Flashes = Warn Away
On Solid = System Disarmed
(optional programming for 30
second output on disarm)
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Before you begin the installation
• Read the INSTRUCTIONS!
• Always use a multi-meter when verifying
vehicle wiring.
• Before mounting the product, verify with the
customer the desired location for the valet
switch and LED.
• Protect the vehicle by using fender covers.
• Always look before drilling. Make sure you
will not cause damage to vehicle hoses,
electrical looms or physical damage to vehicle.
• Set the Polarity Jumpers inside the main unit.
(see Jumper Settings)
Mounting Shock Sensor
Secure the shock sensor to the steering
column, thick wire harness or a dash brace,
using a wire tie. Make sure that the adjustment
screw is accessible for later testing and
adjustment.
16-Pin Main Harness:
• BROWN WIRE - Siren wire output (+) 3A.
Connect to the siren’s red wire. Connect the
siren’s black wire to ground.
• BLACK WIRE - Ground input (-). Connect to
a solid chassis ground that is clean and free of
paint or dirt.
• ORANGE WIRE - Armed Output (-) 500mA.
Connect to a relay for optional circuit defeat
(See installation diagrams). The ORANGE wire
provides a ground when the unit is armed to
activate a fuel pump disable relay or other
device (i.e. window control module, etc.).
• EMPTY - not used.
• YELLOW WIRE - +12V Ignition input.
Connect to a main ignition wire at the ignition
switch harness.This wire shows +12V when the
ignition is on and while cranking. The voltage
must not drop when the car is starting.
• BROWN/WHITE WIRE - Horn output (-)
500mA. Connect to an optional relay to honk
the vehicle’s horn when the alarm is triggered.
• BLACK/YELLOW WIRE - Auxiliary 3 output
(-) 500mA. Connect to a relay for an optional
feature such as headlight activation, etc. This
output may be programmed for momentary,
timed, or latched operation.
Mounting System Module
Mount the system module under the dash
where it will be difficult for a potential thief to
locate the module, and away from moving parts
such as brake pedals, etc. Route the antenna
wire away from wire looms, computer modules
and metallic objects for better range.
Mounting Siren
Mount the siren in a suitable place under the
hood, away from hot and moving engine parts
such as manifolds, fan belts, etc. Make sure the
siren cannot be accessed from underneath the
vehicle or through the grill. Face the siren down
so that water cannot accumulate inside the
siren bell. Protect wires running through the
firewall using either tape or split loom tubing. If
a new hole is needed, protect the wire from
chaffing by installing a proper size grommet.
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• GRAY WIRE - Auxiliary 1 output (+/–) 15A
relay. Connect to an optional feature such as
trunk release, etc.
• WHITE WIRE - Parking Light output (+/-)
10A relay. Connect to the vehicle’s parking light
wire. If the vehicle’s parking light circuit exceeds
10 amps a relay is required. For vehicle’s with
independent left and right parking light circuits,
the parking light wires must be connected using
diodes to keep the circuits separate.
NOTE: Do not connect the WHITE wire to the
vehicle’s headlight circuit.
• RED WIRE - +12V Battery input. Connect
the red fused wire on the main harness to a
constant +12V source.This source wire should
be at least 20 amp supply.
• BLACK/WHITE WIRE - Dome Light output
(+/–) 15A relay. Connect to the wire that
activates the vehicle’s dome light, usually the
door pin switch wire. NOTE: The dome light
output is usually connected to the same wire
used for the door trigger input (See GREEN
and VIOLET door trigger wires).
• BLUE/WHITE WIRE - Passenger Unlock
output (-) 500mA. Connect to an optional relay
to unlock the passenger doors when configured
for Driver Priority Unlocking.
• WHITE/RED WIRE - Auxiliary 2 output (-)
500mA. Connect to a relay or module for an
optional feature such as power window roll-up,
etc. This output may be programmed for
momentary, timed, or latched operation.
• VIOLET WIRE - Positive door trigger (+).
Connect to the door switch circuit wire that
shows +12V when the door is open. This type
of door circuit is usually found on Ford vehicles.
• GREEN WIRE - Negative door trigger (-).
Connect to the door switch circuit wire that
shows ground when the door is open.
• BLUE WIRE - Trunk/Hood trigger (-).
Connect the Blue wire to the trunk and/or
optional hood pin switches. The switch must
provide a ground output when switch is
opened.
6-Pin Door Lock Connector
Plug-in connector port for door lock harness.
• WHITE WIRE - Lock relay N/C (87a).
• GREEN WIRE - Lock relay Common (30).
• BLUE WIRE - Unlock relay Common (30).
• BROWN WIRE - Unlock relay N/C (87a).
• VIOLET/BLACK WIRE - Lock relay N/O (87).
• VIOLET WIRE - Unlock relay N/O (87).
Starter Defeat Connectors
Using a volt/ohm meter locate the starter wire
(normally a heavier gauge wire) at the ignition
switch. This wire will show +12V only during
cranking. When this wire is cut the vehicle will
be unable to start.
Cut the BROWN starter disable wire (with the
two female connectors), and connect one side to
the vehicle’s starter wire coming from the key
switch. Connect the other BROWN wire to the
wire going to the starter.
Plug the female connectors on the BROWN
wires to the .250 male spade lugs on the module.
With the BROWN wires connected to the
module, the vehicle should be able to start.
Plug in Connectors
2-Pin Red Connector: Plug-in connector port
for LED. Mount LED in an area where it may be
easily seen from either side of the vehicle.
2-Pin Blue Connector: Plug-in connector port
for valet switch. Mount switch in an area that is
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easily accessible from the driver’s seat.
4-Pin White Connector A: Plug-in connector
port for dual stage shock sensor.
4-Pin White Connector B: Plug-in connector
port for optional dual stage radar sensor.
Entering Programming
To enter System Programming:
1. Turn on ignition.
2. Within 5 seconds, press valet switch 5
times.
• The siren will emit a long chirp, to
indicate entering program mode.
3. Press the valet switch the number times
equal to the desired feature.
• The siren will chirp each time the valet
switch is pressed. A long chirp is equal to
5 presses. (Example: step 7 = 1 long chirp
and 2 short chirps.)
4. Within 5 seconds, press the transmitter
button corresponding to the desired
operating mode for that feature.
• The siren will chirp to indicate the
setting.
One chirp = Button 1
Two chirps = Button 2
Three chirps = Button 3
Four chirps = Button 4
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to change additional
features.
6. Turn off ignition to save changes.
Adding Transmitters
To add a new transmitter to the system have the
desired transmitters ready and follow the Code
Learning sequence.
To enter Code Learning Mode:
1. Turn the ignition on, off, on, off and leave on.
• The siren will chirp once.
2. Press and hold the Valet switch for 5
seconds.
• The siren will chirp 3 times.
3. Press the Lock Button on the transmitter.
• The siren will chirp once.
4. Press Lock Button on the transmitter again.
• The siren will chirp twice.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each additional
transmitter (up to 4 total).
6. Turn off the ignition.
• The siren will chirp 3 times.
Two Car Operation
With the supplied 5-button transmitter it is
possible to control a second vehicle using the
same primary transmitter. For Car 2 enter the
Code Learning Mode as described above then
substitute the steps below for 3 and 4 above.
3. Press Button 5 twice followed by the Lock
Button.
• The siren will chirp once.
4. Press Button 5 twice followed by the Lock
Button again.
• The siren will chirp twice.
Complete Default Reset
This procedure will set all Programmable
Features to factory default settings.
1. Enter System Programming.
2. Press Transmitter Button 3.
• The siren will chirp 6 times indicating the
reset signal was received.
• All Installer and User Programming options
are now set to factory default settings.
3. Turn ignition off.
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Programmable Features
1. Arming Mode. Select between manual
arming (Active), automatic arming (Passive), and
automatic arming with chirps that countdown
every 2 seconds until armed.
2. Parking Light Operation. Selects whether
the parking lights flash twice or remain on for
30 seconds after disarming the system.
3. Auto Rearm. Automatically rearms the
system in case of accidental disarming. The
system must be armed for at least 10 seconds
before disarming, and the hood/trunk must not
be opened or auto rearm is bypassed. If button
3 is selected, the doors will lock on auto rearm.
4. Arming Chirps. Select Normal or Silent
Arming.
5. Trunk Disarm Feature. When selected,
activating the Auxiliary function to open the
trunk will automatically disarm the system.
6. Ignition Locking. Automatically locks and
unlocks the doors with the ignition.The system
will not lock the doors if any door is open
when the ignition is turned on.
7. Ignition Unlocking. Automatically unlocks
all doors or just the driver’s door with ignition.
8. Door Lock/Unlock Pulse. Selects between a
1 second lock/1 second unlock for standard
vehicles, 3 second lock/3 second unlock for
vacuum lock systems, 1 second lock/1 second
unlock 2 times for some Japanese vehicles, and
30 second lock/1 second unlock to roll up
windows with lock on some German vehicles.
9. Passive Locking. Selects whether or not the
doors will lock with Passive Arming.
10. Open Door Report. Siren will chirp 4 times
if a door remains open 10 seconds after arming.
If vehicle has delayed dome light, program for
60 seconds (the sensor and trunk still report
after 10 seconds).
11. Siren / Horn Chirps. When set for Horn
Chirps the horn will honk when the alarm is
armed, disarmed, and triggered, allowing the
siren to NOT be installed. Button 3 adds horn
chirps with the warn away feature as well.1.
12. Auxiliary I. Selectable for Momentary,
Timed, or Latched operation.
Momentary operation - the system provides an
output as long as the transmitter button is held.
Timed operation - the system provides an
output that turns on for 30 seconds each time
the transmitter button is pressed. If the button
is pressed again during the 30 seconds, the
output turns off.
Latched operation - the system provides an
output that turns on when the transmitter
button is pressed and turns off when the
transmitter button is pressed again.
13. Auxiliary 2. Selectable for Momentary,
Timed, or Latched operation.
14. Auxiliary 3. Selectable for Momentary,
Timed, Latched operation or Ignition Latched
operation (turns on with ignition and remains
on until a door is opened).
15. Auxiliary 2 Auto Activate. When selected,
the Auxiliary 2 output can activate upon system
arming or upon system disarming to turn on
accessory items or turn on sensors, etc.
16. Door Entry Delay with Passive Arming.
When selected, the door input trigger will be
delayed for 15 seconds, allowing access to the
emergency override switch. Only delays when
the system is armed passively.
17. Horn Honk Output. Selects between pulsed
or constant output for the Brown/white wire.
18. Anti-Carjack Mode. Selects one of three
Anti-Carjacking modes: Active, Passive, or FullTime. Anti-Carjack Activation must be enabled
for any Anti-Carjack mode to operate.
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Programmable Features
Step
Function
Button 1 (default)
1. Arming Mode
Active
2. Parking Light Output Flash twice
3. Auto Rearm
Off
4. Arming Chirps
Normal
5. Trunk Disarm
Off
6. Ignition Locking
On
7. Ignition Unlocking
All doors
8. Door Unlock Pulse
1 sec L/1 sec UL
9. Passive Locking
Off
10. Open Door Report
10 seconds
11. Siren / Horn Chirps
Siren only
12. Auxiliary 1 Output
Momentary
13. Auxiliary 2 Output
Momentary
14. Auxiliary 3 Output
Momentary
15. Auto Activate Aux 2 Off
16. Entry Delay w/Passive Off
17. Horn Honk Output
Flashing
18. Car Jack Mode
Off
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Button 2
Passive
30 seconds
Auto rearm
Silent
On
Off
Driver only
3 sec L/3 sec UL
On
60 seconds
Horn chirps
Timed
Timed
Timed
On Arming
On
Continuous
Active
Active. Pressing transmitter button 4 with the
ignition on will manually activate the AntiCarjacking feature.
Passive. When selected, the Anti-Carjacking
feature will activate whenever a door is opened
while the ignition is on.
Full-time. When selected, the Anti-Carjacking
feature will automatically activate each time the
ignition is turned on.
Button 3
Button 4
Passive w/countdown
Auto rearm w/lock
Off
1 sec L/1 sec UL x2 30 sec L/1 sec UL
Horn chirps w/warn
Latched
Latched
Latched
Ignition latched
On Disarming
Passive
Full-time
Short chirp = warn (shock or optional)
Long chirp = Shock Trigger
2 long chirps = Optional Trigger
4. Turn off the ignition.
Testing System
Arm and disarm system, checking that the siren
chirps and parking lights are functioning
normally. Make sure that the programmed
features are performing correctly, ie.: ignition
locks, passive arming, passive locks, etc. Test the
doors and hood/trunk inputs (make sure all
doors trigger the system, not just the drivers
door). Arm the system and try starting the
vehicle, it should not start. Disarm the system
using the emergency override. Check the range
of the remote transmitters. Make sure the
customer has physical knowledge of the
location of the valet/override switch.
Adjusting Sensors
The sensor test mode allows quick and easy
sensor tuning.
To adjust the sensor(s):
1. Turn on the ignition.
2. Press Transmitter Button 5 then button 4.
3. Test the sensors.
• The siren chirps to indicate the zone.
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DOOR LOCK WIRING DIAGRAMS
NEGATIVE PULSE LOCK SYSTEM
POSITIVE PULSE LOCK SYSTEM
ADDING ACTUATORS
VACUUM LOCK SYSTEM
REVERSE POLARITY LOCK SYSTEM
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OPTIONAL TWO-STEP UNLOCK WIRING DIAGRAMS
TWO-STEP UNLOCK NEGATIVE PULSE
TWO-STEP UNLOCK POSITIVE PULSE
TWO-STEP UNLOCK REVERSE POLARITY TWO-STEP UNLOCK ADDING ACTUATORS
OPTIONAL RELAY WIRING DIAGRAMS
POSITIVE TRIGGER
NEGATIVE TRIGGER
TO WIRE
IN VEHICLE
TO WIRE
IN VEHICLE
(-) OUTPUT
FROM ALARM
86 87 85
87a
(-) OUTPUT
FROM ALARM
86 87 85
87a
30
30
+12V
+12V
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WIRING DIAGRAM
JUMPER SETTINGS
The polarity for the built-in parking light, dome light, and auxiliary relay is set by the placement
of the jumper on the 3 pins next to each relay. The default settings are illustrated below.
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