SA1046 SUBARU DUAL STAGE SECURITY (ALARM) SYSTEM OPERATING INSTRUCTION MANUAL & SUBARU GENUINE ACCESSORIES gi Introduction Terminology Remote Operated System - Features Operation Trouble Shooting Keypad Operated System - Features Important User Tips O “Y O o uu SS ©) © Operation - Manual Arming Mode Changing from Manual Arming to Automatic Arming Mode © Automatic Arming Mode Changing from Automatic Arming to Manual Arming Mode 10 Valet Mode 10 Anti-Hijack Mode 11 INTRODUCTION The Subaru Dual Stage Security System consists of two totally separate systems. Therefore each system is controlled separately. There is the Remote Upgrade System which is remotely operated via the Unlock (or Open) and Lock buttons on the original vehicle keys, and there is the Keypad Operated System which requires the user to enter a User Code on the keypad to control its functions. The only link between these two systems is that they are both wired to the Internal Siren, which means that if the Keypad System is triggered, only the Internal Siren will sound. If the Remote Upgrade System is triggered, the Internal Siren and the External Siren (if switched on) will sound. Each of these systems is capable of immobilising three separate areas, giving a total of six immobilisation points in addition to the factory immobiliser system. IN ORDER FOR YOU TO UNDERSTAND THE FUNCTIONS OF YOUR SECURITY SYSTEM AND TO ENSURE MAXIMUM PROTECTION, IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU READ THIS OPERATING INSTRUCTION MANUAL. TERMINOLOGY DASH L.E.D. (Light Emitting Diode): The small red light protruding from the dash on the right hand side of the steering column, below the instrument panel. It flashes on and off when the Remote Upgrade System is armed. REMOTE CENTRAL LOCKING KEY BUTTONS: On the vehicles ignition key, there are two buttons labelled Unlock (or Open) and Lock. When pressed for one second, they lock or unlock the doors remotely and arm or disarm the Remote Upgrade System at the same time. INTERNAL SIREN: A small, high pitched siren that is mounted inside the car, under the dash. It will sound if one or both of the security systems is triggered. BACKUP SIREN: A high pitched siren mounted in engine compartment area that has its own backup battery so it will still sound even if the vehicles battery is flat or disconnected. It is controlled by the Remote Upgrade System and it also has a key operated switch that will allow you to switch the siren on or off. KEYPAD: A numbered panel (similar to numbers on a telephone) attached to the centre console inside the vehicle. It is used to activate, deactivate and choose options on the Keypad Operated System, by pressing certain buttons. USER CODE: A unique 4-digit code used to activate and deactivate the Keypad Operated system. FLASHING IN SEQUENCE: A row of keypad buttons light up one after the other and keep repeating the same sequence. RANDOM FLASHING: This is where the keypad buttons light up in a random pattern indicat- ing the Keypad Operated System is armed. EXIT COUNTDOWN DELAY: This is where the *741 buttons on the keypad flash in sequence for 40 seconds before arming the Keypad Operated System. REMOTE OPERATED SYSTEM FEATURES Auto Re-arm: When the Remote Upgrade System is switched off and the door by the remote central locking key, and no doors are opened within 30 seconds; tf Subaru security system will re-lock and re-arm itself. E y Key in Fail-Safe: The remote central locking key will not transmit if ignition key" in the ignition barrel. 7 Remote Central Locking Keys: These hand held transmitters communicate a different security code (every time a button is pressed) by radio signal to the security system in Че vehicle to control all functions. If you lose or damage your radio keys, you can purchase replacement through your dealer. Intrusion Alert: If the security system was triggered in your absence, when you switch the Remote Upgrade System off, two extra audible beeps and a long blinker flash indicate an attempted intrusion. If an intrusion alert is indicated, beware as the intruder may still be near your vehicle. False Alarm Prevention: If the security system is triggered more than 3 times consecutively from the same input (door, bonnet, boot or sensor), the security system will see this as a fault and isolate that input until security system is switched off. Internal Screamer: If the security system is triggered, an internal siren (screamer) will sound to deter intruders from staying inside the vehicle. Infrasonic sensor: When the Upgrade Remote System is switched on and there is a hard blow to the vehicle glass area, doors or boot, the security system will trigger the alarm. If a soft blow is detected, then the siren will beep and blinkers will flash 5 times (warning). Note: When warning is triggered and more blows are detected, then security system will trigger alarm. Passive Kill: If you forget to lock your vehicle, the Remote Upgrade System automatically immobilises the vehicle (but does not set the alarm or lock the doors), 40 seconds after the ignition has been switched off (key removed) and all doors are closed, or approximately 2 minutes if a door is open. This feature is not normally set when the security system is initially installed. If you or your insurance company wish to have this feature enabled, please contact your Subaru Dealer. NOTE: BEFORE YOU STEAM CLEAN OR WASH YOUR VEHICLES ENGINE BAY, IT IS ESSENTIAL TO SECURELY COVER THE SIREN WITH A WATERPROOF PLASTIC BAG. OPERATION Switching the Security System ON (arming) Exit the vehicle, ensuring that all the doors, boot, sunroof, windows are closed. NOTE 1: Remote central locking key will not switch the security system on or off if any of the doors or boot are open. Now press the LOCK button on the remote central locking key for 1 second. The security system will lock the doors, emit a single audible beep (if selected), will flash the indicators once and switch on the vehicle dash L.E.D. The dash L.E.D. will remain on for 20 seconds for vehicle interior air and electrical system to stabilise, it will then flash to indicate the security system is now armed. This will also act as a visual deterrent to intruders. NOTE 2: Close proximity to transmission towers (eg: TV transmitters) will affect the range of the remote central locking key to switch the security system on/off. Try moving closer to the vehicle if this happens. (Left hand front door hinge area on a Liberty/Outback and MYO3 Forester. Right hand front door hinge area on an Impreza or MY01/02 Forester). Switching the Security System OFF (disarming) As you approach your vehicle, press the UNLOCK or OPEN button on the remote central locking key for 1 second. The security system will unlock the doors, emit two audible beeps (if selected), flash indicators 2 times and switch off vehicle dash L.E.D. NOTE: When you switch the Remote Upgrade System off, two extra audible beeps and a long blinker flash, indicate an attempted intrusion. If an intrusion alert is indicated, be aware, as intruder might still be near your vehicle. Remote Central Locking Key selectable on/off beeps Depending on your preference, you can turn off, or on, the beeps that occur when you press the buttons on the remote central locking key. To turn off the beeps, press the UNLOCK or OPEN button 5 times. To turn on the beeps, press LOCK button 5 times. Radio Key operated electric boot release (optional) To open the boot, press the UNLOCK or OPEN button 2 times. NOTE: Will only operate if the security system is on. Remote Central Locking Key Batteries The remote central locking keys for your security system are powered by a small 3V battery. When the battery becomes weak, it can be replaced by removing the phillips head screw near the buttons and separate the 2 halves of the key head. Remove the battery taking note of which way the + and - are facing. Clip in the new battery noting correct polarity. Refit the key halves and tighten the screw. Note: Batteries are available through your local Subaru dealer. (Part number 57433AE000). Powering up your Backup Siren Your main siren is installed in the engine bay of your vehicle. It has a key barrel mounted on the top of the siren. You are provided with two service keys, which can be used to switch OFF the siren. To turn the siren OFF, insert the key into the siren key barrel and turn it anticlockwise. The siren should be ON (turn clockwise) during normal operation. TROUBLE SHOOTING Symptom — You accidentally trigger the alarm (sounding) but you cannot switch it off. Solution — See "NOTE 1” in 1. Switching the Security System On. Symptom - You switch on the security system, then try to trigger system eg: opening door, but security system does not trigger. Solution — See "NOTE 1” in 1. Switching the Security System On Symptom — You try to switch ON/OFF the security system but it does not respond. Solution — See "NOTE 1 and 2” in 1. Switching the Security System On and 5. Remote Central Locking Key Batteries. Symptom — Security system is OFF, but vehicle will not start. Ignition lights are on and it cranks over (starter works) or clicks. Solution — The vehicle battery is low or another security device fitted is activated or faulty. Symptom — Security system is OFF, but vehicle will not start. Ignition lights are on and it will not crank over (starter will not work). Solution — The vehicle may have a flat battery or in an automatic transmission vehicle, the gear shift selector is not in P (Park) or N (Neutral) position. The security system is faulty or another security device fitted is activated or faulty. KEYPAD OPERATED SYSTEM FEATURES User Code Operated - Each vehicle has its own unique 4-digit User Code that is used to arm and disarm the keypad system. Auto Arming Mode - When in auto arming mode, the keypad system will arm itself 40 seconds after turning off the ignition. When returning to your vehicle, you will need to enter your user code to disarm the keypad system to enable the engine to be started. Manual Arming Mode - When in manual arming mode, the keypad system will not arm by itself when turning the ignition off. If you wish to have the keypad armed in this mode, you need to enter your user code after turning off the ignition. If you have armed the keypad, then, when returning to your vehicle, you will need to enter your user code to disarm the keypad system to enable the engine to be started. Valet Mode - Valet mode allows the user to start the engine up to 9 times without having to enter the User Code. After this, the keypad will arm itself and require the User Code to start the engine. This feature is useful if you have to leave the vehicle in a parking station with valet parking or leaving it at a dealer for servicing, as it will maintain the secrecy of the User Code and still have some level of security on the vehicle. Anti-Hgack Mode - This mode is very effective in preventing a thief from getting too far with the vehicle # the driver was forcibly removed. Anti-Hijack Mode is placed into ready mode when the driver has started the engine. It is activated when the driver exits the vehicle while the engine is running. Changeable User Code If you wish, the user code can be changed. Please see your dealer for them to carry out this procedure. NOTE: If this is carried out, Subaru (Aust) Pty Limited records will no longer reflect the correct User Code and will therefore be unable to assist in any future enquiries for the changed number. We suggest you record the new user code in a secure location that you can access if ever needed. If you have lost or forgotten your new user code, please contact your Subaru dealer for assistance. Sleep Mode Helps conserve the systems internal battery if the vehicle battery is disconnected or falls below 10 Volts. IMPORTANT USER TIPS * When entering your user code, don't hold the button down too long as it will register that number more than once. If this occurs, or you have pressed the wrong number by mistake, the keypad system will beep twice and flash the number 5 twice to indicate an incorrect user code. If an incorrect entry was made, turn the ignition key off and back on again (if ignition was on while the incorrect entry was made), or turn the ignition key on and back off again (if ignition was off while the incorrect entry was made), and try again. * Don't leave the key in the ignition for long periods. This will flatten the vehicles battery quickly even if it is not turned to accessory or ignition. * Don't disconnect the vehicles battery for long periods or allow the battery to go flat as this may cause the keypad system to temporarily lose memory of the user code. OPERATION - MANUAL ARMING MODE 1. The keypad system in your vehicle is in manual mode if, when you switch the ignition off, all the keypad lights come on and stay lit. (See Fig. 1) 2. Two minutes after turning the ignition off, the keypad will change to show the 0 button flashing. This means that the keypad system is in manual arming mode and is not armed. This is what you would expect to see if you returned to your vehicle if the keypad was not armed. You will not need to enter your user code to start the engine in this case. (See Fig. 2) 3. When you are exiting the vehicle and the keypad system is in manual arming mode and you wish to arm the keypad. Turn the ignition off so all the keypad numbers are lit, and enter your user code. If the correct user code was entered, the keypad will flash the * 7 4 1 buttons in sequence for 40 seconds (this is called exit countdown delay), and then start to random flash. When random flashing, this means the keypad system is armed. (See Fig. 3) 4. When returning to your vehicle, the keypad will be random flashing until you open a door. It will then flash the 3 6 9 # buttons for 40 seconds before going back into random flash again. To start the engine, turn the key to the ignition on position. The normal instrument lights will come on except for the engine check light (a lit outline picture of an engine), and then all the keypad lights will come on and stay lit. Now you can enter your user code. If correctly entered, the keypad lights will go out, the engine check light will illuminate on the instrument panel and the engine can now be started. (See Fig. 4) CHANGING FROM MANUAL ARMING TO AUTOMATIC ARMING MODE NOTE: To change from one mode to another, you must have the keypad in exit countdown delay (* 7 4 1 flashing in sequence). 1. If you wish to change from manual to auto arming, start with the engine run- ning. Turn the engine off and all the keypad lights should come on and stay lit. (See Fig. 1) 2. Enter your user code to enter exit countdown delay (* 7 4 1 flashing in sequence). (See Fig. 2) 3. While in exit countdown delay, press and hold down for at least one second, the number 3 button. (See Fig. 3) The keypad system is now in automatic arming mode. You can now either start the engine before the keypad arms itself (random flashing pattern 40 seconds after exit countdown delay started), or exit the vehicle, lock the doors and allow the keypad system to arm itself. While in automatic arming mode, the keypad system will arm itself every time the ignition is turned off, which means you need to enter your user code to enable the engine to start when you return to your vehicle. AUTOMATIC ARMING MODE 1. The keypad system in your vehicle is in automatic mode if, when you switch the ignition off, the * 7 4 1 buttons flash in sequence. This is called exit countdown delay and will flash this sequence for 40 seconds before it enters a random flashing pattern indicating it is now armed. (See Fig. 1) 2. When returning to your vehicle, the keypad will be random flashing until you open a door. It will then flash the 3 6 9 # buttons for 40 seconds before going back into random flash again. To start the engine, turn the key to the ignition on position. The normal instrument lights will come on except for the engine check light (a lit outline picture of an engine), and all the keypad lights will come on and stay lit. Now you can enter your user code. If correctly entered, the keypad lights will go out, the engine check light will illuminate on the dash and the engine can now be started. (See Fig. 2) 10 CHANGING FROM AUTOMATIC ARMING TO MANUAL ARMING MODE 1. If you wish to change from automatic to manual arming, start with the engine running. Turn the engine off and the keypad will go directly into exit countdown delay (* 7 4 1 flashing in sequence). (See Fig. 1) 2. While in exit countdown delay, press and hold down for at least one second, the number 2 button. The keypad system is now in manual arming mode. (See Fig. 2) You can now either start the engine before the keypad arms itself (random flashing pat- tern 40 seconds after exit countdown delay started), or exit the vehicle, lock the doors and allow the keypad system to arm itself. The next time you start the engine and switch it off, the keypad lights will come on and stay lit for two minutes, after which the 0 button will flash. This indicates that the keypad system is in manual arming mode and not armed. If you wish to arm the keypad when exiting the vehicle, you need to enter your user code during the two minutes that all the keypad numbers are lit. VALET MODE 1. To select valet mode, the keypad must first be in exit countdown delay (* 7 4 1 flashing in sequence). Start with the engine running. Turn the ignition off. If the keypad is in auto arming mode, exit countdown delay will occur directly after the ignition is switched off. If in manual arming, turn the ignition off so that all the keypad lights come on and stay lit. Enter your user code and exit countdown delay will be displayed. (See Fig. 1) 2. While in exit countdown delay (only for 40 seconds), press and hold down the number 1 button for at least one second. (See Fig. 2) 3. If this has been carried out successfully, the * 7 4 1 numbers will stop flashing and the number 1 button will remain lit (not flashing). If this did not occur, try holding down the number 1 button for a slightly longer time. A lit number 1 indicates the keypad system is in valet mode. (See Fig. 3) Each time the ignition switch is turned off, the number 1 button will illuminate indicating its in Valet Mode. When the ignition is turned on, the number 1 goes out and a number will flash three times indicating the number of starts remaining. e.g. The number 8 flashing three times indicates there are eight starts remaining. 11 On the 10 th start, all the keypad lights will light up and stay lit when the ignition is turned on, requiring the user code to be entered to start the engine. If you wish to exit valet mode before the 9 starts expire, you can simulate the remaining starts by simply turning the ignition switch on and off alternately until all the keypad lights are lit. Then the user code can be entered to start the engine and the keypad system will then revert back to whatever mode (manual or automatic) it was set to prior to selecting valet mode. ANTI-HIJACK MODE Anti-Hijack Mode is placed into ready mode when the driver has started the engine, closed all doors and buckled up his seat belt. It is activated when the drivers’ seat belt has been unbuckled and any of the doors are opened while the engine is running. Approximately 40 seconds after activation, the keypad numbers *7412369#0 will begin to flash in sequence, and the internal siren will give one beep every 4 seconds or so. (See Fig.) * At approximately 50 seconds, the security systems immobiliser will acti vate for a fraction of a second, causing the engine to stumble. * At approximately 60 seconds, the security systems immobiliser will activate for a slightly longer period than previous, causing the engine to stumble more than before. * At approximately 70 seconds, the security systems immobiliser will activate for a slightly longer period than previous again, causing the engine to stumble even more than before. * At approximately 80 seconds, the security systems immobiliser will stay active, causing the engine to cut out completely. To restart the engine, ensure ignition is ON and all the keypad numbers are lit. Enter the correct 4-digit User Code and start the engine. NOTE: If the Anti-Hijack Mode has been inadvertently activated, it can be cancelled before the engine cuts out by switching the ignition OFF and back ON again, and then entering the correct 4-digit User Code and restarting engine. This should be done within the first 40 seconds, before the keypad starts to flash in sequence. SLEEP MODE If the vehicles battery is disconnected or its voltage drops below 10 volts, the system will automati- cally enter Sleep Mode (no lights on keypad when ignition is off) to conserve its internal battery. Press any button to wake up from Sleep Mode. NOTE: The system will not wake up from Sleep Mode if: * The vehicle battery is disconnected. * The vehicle battery is below 10 volts. If after reconnecting the vehicle battery and pressing any button on the keypad did not wake up system, disconnect battery, turn ignition to on position and reconnect the battery. Pressing any button will now wake the system from sleep mode. If you require any further assistance, you may wish to contact your Subaru dealer.
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