VACS Service Manual Rev. E

VACS Service Manual Rev. E
Operation
& Service
Manual
Vehicle Access
Control System for
Utilimaster Walk-In Vans
Operation and Service Manual
Revision E
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Part Number 03102103
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Title: Vehicle Access Control System for Utilimaster Walk-In Vans Operation and Service Manual
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Contents
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), Body Serial Number, and Work Order Numbers ........ 8
VIN ......................................................................................................................................... 8
Body Serial Number ............................................................................................................. 8
Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 8
Work Order Number ............................................................................................................. 9
Recommend Tools ..................................................................................................................... 9
Notes, Cautions, and Warnings .............................................................................................. 10
Operation and Service Information ......................................................................................... 11
1.0 Overview ........................................................................................................................ 11
1.1 Definitions ................................................................................................................................. 11
1.2 Part Numbers ........................................................................................................................... 11
1.3 Types of Master Programming Cards..................................................................................... 12
1.4 Receiving New Vehicles (Fleets) ............................................................................................. 12
1.5 Receiving New Vehicles (Owners/Operators) ......................................................................... 12
1.6 Replacing Control Modules ..................................................................................................... 12
2.0 Fuses ............................................................................................................................. 13
3.0 Vehicle Access Control System (VACS) - Operation ................................................. 14
3.1 Waking Up and Unlocking System ......................................................................................... 14
3.1.1 Unlock From Outside .......................................................................................................................... 14
3.1.2 Unlock From Inside ............................................................................................................................. 14
3.1.3 Emergency Entrance and Exit ............................................................................................................. 14
3.1.4 Interior Lights ...................................................................................................................................... 15
3.2 Starting and Stopping Vehicle .................................................................................................. 15
3.2.1 Activating Accessories ........................................................................................................................ 15
3.2.2 Starting Engine .................................................................................................................................... 15
3.2.3 Stopping Engine .................................................................................................................................. 16
3.3 Vehicle Security ...................................................................................................................... 16
3.3.1 Operating Modes ................................................................................................................................. 16
3.3.2 Changing Security Mode ...................................................................................................................... 16
3.3.3 Disarming/Deactivation of Alarm ......................................................................................................... 17
3.4 Transponder Programming ..................................................................................................... 17
3.4.1 Programming via Access Reader ........................................................................................................ 17
3.4.2 Programming via Ignition Reader ......................................................................................................... 19
3.5 FCC Equipment Certification ................................................................................................... 19
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4.0 VACS - Troubleshooting .............................................................................................. 19
4.1 Troubleshooting Access Problems ......................................................................................... 19
4.1.1 Checking Control Module Harness Voltage ......................................................................................... 22
4.1.2 Checking Push-button Switch Continuity ............................................................................................ 22
4.1.3 Checking Access Reader Limits ......................................................................................................... 22
4.1.4 Checking Latch Activation Voltage ..................................................................................................... 23
4.1.5 Checking Latch Resistance ................................................................................................................ 23
4.1.6 Replacing Access Control Module ....................................................................................................... 24
4.2 Troubleshooting Ignition Problems .......................................................................................... 25
4.2.1 Ignition Control Module Connector Identification .................................................................................. 26
4.2.2 Checking Ignition Reader Antenna Limits - J2 .................................................................................... 27
4.2.3 Checking Ignition Reader Switches - J2 .............................................................................................. 27
4.2.4 Checking Ignition Reader LEDs - J2 ................................................................................................... 28
4.2.5 Checking Ignition Control Module J1 Harness Connector Parameters ................................................ 28
4.2.6 Checking Door Sensor Switches via Harness Connector J3 ............................................................... 28
4.2.7 Checking Interior Lights Relay and Horn Relay Coil via Harness Connector - J3 ................................ 29
4.2.8 Checking Motion Sensor Harness via connector J3 ............................................................................ 29
4.2.9 Replacing Ignition Control Module ....................................................................................................... 30
4.2.10 Adjusting the Motion Sensor .............................................................................................................. 30
4.3 Problems Caused by High Voltage on the Communication Bus ............................................. 31
4.3.1 Overview .............................................................................................................................................. 31
4.3.2 Symptoms ........................................................................................................................................... 31
4.3.3 Diagnosis ............................................................................................................................................ 31
4.3.4 Resolution ........................................................................................................................................... 31
4.4 Problems After Changing Master Programming Card ............................................................ 33
4.4.1 Situation .............................................................................................................................................. 33
4.4.2 Affected Units ..................................................................................................................................... 33
4.4.3 Resolution ........................................................................................................................................... 33
4.5 Replace a Lost Master Programming Code ........................................................................... 34
5.0 Service and Maintenance of VACS Components ...................................................... 36
5.1 Latch and Catch Maintenance ................................................................................................ 36
5.2 General Maintenance .............................................................................................................. 37
5.2.1 Access Readers .................................................................................................................................. 37
5.2.2 Harness Connectors ............................................................................................................................ 37
5.2.3 Door Dead Bolts .................................................................................................................................. 37
5.2.4 Door Access Modules ......................................................................................................................... 38
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6.0 Wiring Diagrams ............................................................................................................ 39
6.1 Model Year 1999–May 2001 ................................................................................................... 39
6.1.1 Wiring Diagram Overview .................................................................................................................... 39
6.1.2 Connectors .......................................................................................................................................... 40
6.1.3 RH Quarter Post ................................................................................................................................. 41
6.1.4 LH Quarter Post .................................................................................................................................. 41
6.1.5 Entry Door Switch ................................................................................................................................ 41
6.1.6 Dash .................................................................................................................................................... 41
6.1.7 Roof ..................................................................................................................................................... 42
6.1.8 Rear Jumper ........................................................................................................................................ 42
6.2 Model Year May 2001–2003 ................................................................................................... 43
6.2.1 Wiring Diagram Overview ..................................................................................................................... 43
6.2.2 Connectors .......................................................................................................................................... 44
6.2.3 RH Quarter Post .................................................................................................................................. 45
6.2.4 LH Quarter Post .................................................................................................................................. 45
6.2.5 Entry Door Switch ................................................................................................................................ 45
6.2.6 Power Feed ......................................................................................................................................... 45
6.2.7 Dash .................................................................................................................................................... 46
6.2.8 Roof ..................................................................................................................................................... 46
6.2.9 Rear Jumper ........................................................................................................................................ 47
6.3 Model Year 2003 and Later ..................................................................................................... 48
6.3.1 Wiring Diagram Overview ..................................................................................................................... 48
6.3.2 Connectors .......................................................................................................................................... 49
6.3.3 RH Quarter Post .................................................................................................................................. 51
6.3.4 Entry Door Switch ................................................................................................................................ 51
6.3.5 Power Feed ......................................................................................................................................... 51
6.3.6 Dash Passenger Door Override ........................................................................................................... 52
6.3.7 Roof ..................................................................................................................................................... 53
6.3.8 Rear Jumper ........................................................................................................................................ 54
6.4 Schematic Overview ............................................................................................................... 55
6.4.1 Model Year 2000–2001 ........................................................................................................................ 55
6.4.2 Model Year 2001½–2003 ..................................................................................................................... 56
6.4.3 Model Year 2003 and Later .................................................................................................................. 57
6.5 Chassis to Body Wiring Interface ........................................................................................... 58
6.5.1 Horn Interface (Freightliner) ................................................................................................................. 58
6.5.2 Ignition Interface (Freightliner) ............................................................................................................. 58
6.5.3 Chassis Interface (1999–2001 Freightliner) ......................................................................................... 59
6.5.4 Chassis Interface (2001–2003 Freightliner) ......................................................................................... 59
6.5.5 Chassis Interface (2003 and Later Freightliner) ................................................................................... 60
6.5.6 Chassis Interface (Navistar International) ............................................................................................ 61
6.6 Circuit Number Identification ................................................................................................... 62
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7.0 Recessing the Rear Access Reader ............................................................................ 63
7.1 Overview ................................................................................................................................. 63
7.2 Exploded Parts List ................................................................................................................. 63
7.3 Procedure ................................................................................................................................ 64
8.0 Assembly Drawings...................................................................................................... 67
8.1 Side Door ................................................................................................................................
8.2 Bulkhead Door ........................................................................................................................
8.3 Rear Door ................................................................................................................................
8.4 Ignition Module ........................................................................................................................
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8.4.1 (Model Year 1999–2001) ...................................................................................................................... 70
8.4.2 (Model Year May 2001–2003) ............................................................................................................... 71
Appendixes ............................................................................................................................... 72
VACS Operator's Guide ...................................................................................................... 72
VACS Programming Guide................................................................................................. 74
Filing Warranty Claims............................................................................................................. 76
Ordering Parts .......................................................................................................................... 77
How to Order ....................................................................................................................... 77
Returns ................................................................................................................................ 77
Parts Order Form ................................................................................................................ 78
Reporting Safety Defects ......................................................................................................... 79
United States Only .............................................................................................................. 79
Canada Only ........................................................................................................................ 79
Towing and Emergency Repairs ........................................................................................ 79
More Information ..................................................................................................................... 80
Download Files ................................................................................................................... 80
Utilimaster Quick Reference Parts Guide ......................................................................... 80
Utilimaster Detailed Parts and Wiring Manuals ................................................................ 80
Contact Utilimaster ............................................................................................................. 80
Index .......................................................................................................................................... 81
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Introduction
This manual lists operation, service, and maintenance procedures for Vehicle Access
Control System (VACS) in Utilimaster walk-in van bodies. It contains drawings and
procedures to aid in servicing the vehicle. This manual covers only those assemblies
manufactured by or installed by Utilimaster® Corporation. Items such as chassis and
drive train components or certain interior furnishings are covered by separate
manufacturer-supplied information.
NOTE: This service information is generic. Details in illustrations
and procedures may differ from the VACS installation in your vehicle. Use this
information as a guideline where it applies.
All information, specifications, and illustrations contained in this manual are based on the latest product
information available at the time of publication. Utilimaster reserves the right to amend the information in this
document at any time without prior notice.
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), Body Serial Number,
and Work Order Numbers
VIN
The 17-digit chassis Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
is the legal identifier for this vehicle and is the number
recorded in the license plate registration. The VIN appears
on a label on the dash cowl extrusion on the driver’s side.
You can read the VIN if you look through the quarter-panel
window. (See Illustrations LA–10 and LA–12.) The number
is also recorded on the Federal Certification Label. (See
Illustration LA–20.)
Body Serial Number
The 15-digit Utilimaster Body (or Unit) Serial Number is
recorded on the Federal Certification Label. This label is
a plastic decal (about 11" long and 2" high) that
contains a variety of manufacturing information
(including the VIN). This label is found between the
quarter window and door. (See Illustrations LA–15
and LA–20).
LA–10
Vehicle Identification Number
LA–12
Vehicle Identification Number Beside Dash
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Work Order Number
A 7-digit Work Order Number appears below the Unit Serial Number on the
Federal Certification Label. (See Illustration LA–20.)
LA–20
Federal Certification Label
LA–15
Federal Certification Label on
Door Post
Recommend Tools
Below are some tools that may also be required in addition to the more commonly used hand tools (drills,
wrenches, etc.) in vehicle body repair.
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Torque wrenches (any quality sets with in•lb and ft•lb [or N•m] measurements)
DVOM (Digital Voltmeter)
Terminal tool kit (Snap-On TT600 recommended)
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Terminal extraction tool (Mini-FitTM 11-03-0044 recommended)
Memory saver
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Notes, Cautions, and Warnings
As you read through the procedures, you will come across NOTES, CAUTIONS, and
WARNINGS. Each one is there for a specific purpose.
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NOTES give you additional information that will help you to complete the procedure.
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CAUTIONS warn you against making an error that could damage the vehicle.
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WARNINGS remind you to be careful when there is a risk of personal injury.
Below are some basic WARNINGS that you should heed when you work on the vehicle’s body. They are not
all inclusive, however, and common sense must be used when servicing vehicles.
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Always wear safety glasses and wear other
proper protective equipment (gloves, steel-toed
shoes, face shields, knee pads, hearing
protection) as appropriate to the process.
Keep hands and other objects clear of the
radiator fan blades. The electric fan can start
at any time even though the ignition is Off.
Disconnect the fan when working under the
hood.
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Use safety stands and/or wheel blocks
whenever you are underneath the vehicle.
Avoid contact with hot metal parts, such as the
radiator or exhaust system.
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Always remove rings, watches, hanging jewelry,
and loose clothing before working on a vehicle.
Tie long hair securely behind your head.
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Become familiar with all warning labels.
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Use only tools that are in good condition, and
use them only in the appropriate manner.
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If at any time you are not confident that
perform the described repairs or operate the
needed tools safely and correctly, STOP!
Call your local dealer or Utilimaster
representative.
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Always read and understand all the instructions
before starting the repair
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Put the transmission in Park and set the parking
brake before working on the vehicle.
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Be sure that the ignition switch is Off unless
otherwise required by the procedure.
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Operate engines only in well-ventilated areas.
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Keep yourself and your clothing away from the
radiator fan, belts, and any moving parts when
the engine is running.
NOTE: This service information is generic. Details in illustrations and procedures
may differ from your vehicle. Use this information as a guideline where it applies.
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Operation and Service Information
1.0 Overview
1.1 Definitions
VACS is a combined vehicle access, control, and security system which utilizes Radio Frequency Identification
(RFID) technology. This system allows a driver to enter and start a vehicle without a mechanical key while
maintaining a high level of security. The system is composed of the following components:
Wristband Transponder (arrow) and
(optional) Ignition Reader
Control Module
Master Programming Card
Access Reader
1.2 Part Numbers
Actuator, LH side and bulkhead door
Actuator, RH side door
Actuator, rear roll-up door
Control module
Reader
Transponder with wristband
Wristband only (12")
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P/N 08610834 598830AC1
P/N 08610835 598842AC1
P/N 08610836 599507AF1
P/N 16512776 599072AB1
P/N 16512777 599073AA1
P/N 16512627 599074AA1
P/N 21000525 3955T347
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1.3 Types of Master Programming Cards
Card Features
Label (on back)
Codes
Function
(fleets)
Function
(owners/operators)
T1000 Transport Card
T1000
Universal (all the same)
• Delivery of new vehicles
• Replacing control modules
• Replacing control modules
Depot (or Station) Card
A different 5-digit numeric code
Unique for location/unit
• Normal programming
• Replacing control modules
• Normal programming
• Replacing control modules
1.4 Receiving New Vehicles (Fleets)
When new VACS-equipped vehicles are shipped from Utilimaster, their VACS systems are usually
programmed to recognize the universal T1000 transport programming card. When the fleet customer
receives the vehicle, that vehicle’s system should be reprogrammed to recognize the customer’s unique depot
(or station) programming card. For this procedure, see Section 3.4.1.3 of this manual or Mode 3 on the
VACS Programming Guide (included as an appendix in this manual).
After reprogramming the system, keep the T1000 card in a safe place in case a control module ever needs
replacing.
1.5 Receiving New Vehicles (Owners/Operators)
When new VACS-equipped vehicles are shipped from Utilimaster to owner/operators, their VACS systems are
usually already programmed to recognize the customer’s unique (unit) programming card. However, they still
receive a T1000 card in case a control module ever needs replacing.
1.6 Replacing Control Modules
After an Access Control Module (see Section 4.1.5) or Ignition Control Module (see Section 4.2.9) is
replaced, the new module must be resynchronized with the other modules. Both a T1000 transport
programming card and the customer’s unique depot programming card are required for this procedure.
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2.0 Fuses
In addition to the chassis fuses (that vary per manufacturer) there are two replaceable blade fuses on the body.
One is located at the vehicle batteries (Illustration VA–02) and one outside the horn box (Illustration VA–04).
Illustration VA–02
Fuse at battery
Illustration VA–04
Fuse by horn box
NOTE: This service information is generic. Details in illustrations and procedures
may differ from your vehicle. Use this information as a guideline where it applies.
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3.0 Vehicle Access Control System (VACS) - Operation
3.1 Waking Up and Unlocking System
NOTE: The door latches may be electronically activated a maximum of 3 times per minute. If this rate
is exceeded, then the red LED on the Access Reader will flash and the reader will be inoperative until
the rate limit has been met.
NOTE: For optimum performance, hold a wristband or key fob transponder 3–6 inches from the Access
Reader.
If the vehicle is unused for greater than an hour, then it is necessary to wake
up the system using one of the following methods:
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Hold the transponder in position by any Access Reader for up to 5
seconds.
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Pressing an interior door release switch.
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Starting the engine
5 seconds
Wake up
3.1.1 Unlock From Outside
• To unlock a cab exterior door from the outside, the rear door from the
outside, or the bulkhead door from the cab side, slowly pass the
transponder in front of the access reader. This will unlock the door for 5
seconds.
3.1.2 Unlock From Inside
Open door (outside)
NOTE: A transponder is not required to open a door from the inside.
• To open a cab door from inside the cab, press the door unlock switch
(mounted on the dash). This will unlock the door for 5 seconds.
• To open the bulkhead door from inside the cargo area, press the button
mounted beside the bulkhead door. This will unlock the door for 5
seconds.
• To open the rear door from inside the cargo area, press the button
Open door (inside)
mounted beside the rear door. This will unlock the door for 5 seconds.
• The side and bulkhead doors may be unlocked manually by pushing the
tab on the locking mechanism and pulling the door at the same time.
• The rear roll-up door may be unlocked manually by pushing the tab which is located on the bottom
of the locking mechanism while unlatching and pulling the door up.
3.1.3 Emergency Entrance and Exit
• In the event of a dead battery, the vehicle may be entered with a key
via the rear roll-up door. Remove the reflective decal if present to
allow key insertion.
Alternate
Key Access
• Each door deadbolt can be manually operated from the interior.
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3.1.4 Interior Lights
The interior lights will turn on when:
• A transponder is read by one of the Access Readers.
• One of the doors is opened.
• The ignition is shut off
The interior lights will turn off again after 10–60 seconds.
• If no doors are opened after the interior lights are activated, the lights will extinguish after 10
seconds.
• If a door is opened, the lights will extinguish 10 seconds after the door is closed.
• If a door is left open, the interior lights will extinguish after 60 seconds.
3.2 Starting and Stopping Vehicle
NOTE: Vehicle will not respond unless it reads a programmed
transponder.
NOTE: For optimum performance, hold transponder 3–6 inches from
the Ignition Reader.
NOTE: All doors (including the bulkhead door) must be closed to start
the vehicle in normal operation.
NOTE: A Red LED on the Ignition Control Reader will flash when the
Green Start Switch is pressed indicating that a door is ajar.
3.2.1 Activating Accessories
Close all doors
Less than
1/2 second
ST
AR
T
• Place the hand with the transponder strapped to the wrist above the
Ignition Control Reader and press the Green Start Switch for less than
1/2 second. This will activate the accessories.
Accessory Mode
3.2.2 Starting Engine
• On gas engines, place hand with the transponder above ignition control
reader, and press the green start switch until engine starts.
• On diesel engines, place hand with the transponder above ignition control
ST
AR
T
reader, and press the green start switch for less than 1/2 second or until
the instrument panel lights turn on. After the “Wait to Start” light goes off,
press the green start switch until engine starts.
Start engine
NOTE: You have 10 seconds after the start switch is released to try and
restart the vehicle. If this time has expired, the red stop switch has to be pressed, and
then the green start switch has to be pressed again to start the engine.
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3.2.3 Stopping Engine
NOTE: No transponder is needed to shut off the accessories or the engine.
• Press the Red Stop Switch for more than 1/4 second. The engine will stop, and interior lights will
activate for 10 seconds.
3.3 Vehicle Security
ST
OP
NOTE: All doors must be closed to start vehicle in normal operation.
3.3.1 Operating Modes
NOTE: If the alarm is disarmed/deactivated and the vehicle is not
started or in accessory mode, the system will arm itself after 10 seconds.
Stop engine
VACS has two operating modes. To toggle between modes (while in accessory mode or when engine is
running), press the black mode button.
• Door Opened (Red LED): The security system will be armed 10 seconds after any exterior door
is opened.
• Door Closed (Yellow LED): The security system will be armed 10 seconds after all exterior doors
are closed.
• Maintenance (No LED–Available only through programming card: The
Door open
security system will not activate. The vehicle may be started with open
doors.
Door
closed
3.3.2 Changing Security Mode
NOTE: Starting the engine with a Programming Card will automatically
place the vehicle in maintenance mode.
NOTE: Maintenance mode cannot be entered with a wrist band.
Operating modes
1. Place ignition in either Accessories On or Engine Run mode using a Wristband Transponder or
Programming Card.
2. Using either a Wristband Transponder or Programming Card, press the Black Alarm Control Switch.
When using the Programming Card, modes will cycle between:
• Door Open–Red LED illuminated.
• Door Closed–Yellow LED illuminated.
• Maintenance–No LED illuminated.
When using a Wristband Transponder, modes will cycle between:
• Door Open–Red LED illuminated.
• Door Closed–Yellow LED illuminated.
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3.3.3 Disarming/Deactivation of Alarm
The Alarm can be deactivated by any of the following methods:
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•
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A valid transponder code is read by an Access Reader.
Starting the vehicle with a valid transponder or Programming Card.
Placing the vehicle in Programming mode via the Ignition Switch Module.
Alarm will cease after three minutes of continuous activation.
ST
AR
T
Disarm alarm
NOTE: If the alarm is disarmed/deactivated and the vehicle is not started or put in
accessory mode, the system will arm itself after 10 seconds.
3.4 Transponder Programming
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NOTE: See also the VACS Programming Guide (P/N 03102519-RY01EN), which is a
single laminated sheet for easy reference (and reproduced as an appendix in the back of
this manual).
Programming can be conducted at any of the readers on the vehicle. (See Section 3.4.2 for Ignition
Reader programming.) All system modules will receive the new codes via a communications bus.
The system can hold up to 10 unique codes.
All Access Readers which are not the source of programming will be inactive while in programming
mode. This state is indicated by constant illumination of the Red LED.
The system provides three programming functions.
! Add new transponder codes to an existing bank of codes in memory (10 maximum).
! Delete existing transponder codes in memory and add new codes.
! Change Programming Card and delete existing transponder codes in memory.
3.4.1 Programming via Access Reader
3.4.1.1 Add New Transponder Codes to an Existing Bank of Codes in Memory
1. Slowly pass the Programming Card by the Access Reader and observe that the red LED in the Access
Reader will flash once. This indicates that the system is in the add mode of operation.
2. Slowly pass a non-programmed transponder by the Access Reader and observe that the red LED will
quickly flash twice. This indicates that the transponder has been added to the system’s memory.
3. You may continue to add codes to the system’s memory by simply passing non-programmed transponders by the Access Reader.
There are four methods of exiting this mode of operation.
• Pass a programmed transponder by the reader (for example, the transponder that was just added).
• Pass the Programming Card by the reader.
• Programming mode will be exited automatically after 10 codes have been stored.
• Programming mode will be exited automatically after 5 minutes of inactivity.
NOTE: The Red LED will illuminate for approximately 1 second to indicate that the
operator has exited the programming mode.
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3.4.1.2 Delete Current Transponder Codes in Memory and Add New Codes
1. Slowly pass the Programming Card by the Access Reader once, and then pass it by the reader a
second time. The red LED in the Access Reader will flash once and then twice. This indicates that the
system is in the delete mode of operation.
2. Slowly pass a transponder by the Access Reader. The Red LED will quickly flash twice. This indicates
that all existing codes in memory have now been deleted and the current transponder has been added to
the system’s memory.
3. You may continue to add codes to the system’s memory by simply passing non-programmed transponders by the Access Reader.
There are four methods of exiting this mode of operation.
• Pass a programmed transponder by the reader.
• Pass the Programming Card by the reader.
• Programming mode will be exited automatically after 10 codes have been stored.
• Programming mode will be exited automatically after 5 minutes of inactivity.
NOTE: The Red LED will flash once to indicate that the operator has exited the programming mode.
3.4.1.3 Add a New Programming Card and Delete Existing Transponder Codes in Memory
1. Slowly pass the Programming Card by the Access Reader once, twice, and again a third time while
observing that the Red LED in the Access Reader will flash once, and then twice, and then three times.
This indicates that the system is in the Add New Programming Card mode of operation.
NOTE: If the existing Programming Card is passed by the Access Reader a fourth time,
the red LED will flash once indicating that the operator has exited the programming
mode with no changes made to the stored codes.
2. Slowly pass the desired Programming Card by the Access Reader three consecutive times. Each time
the new card is passed, the red LED indicator will flash once for each time the card has been passed.
After the third pass the system will save the new Programming Card, delete all existing user codes, and
exit the programming mode automatically.
NOTE: The red LED will illuminate for approximately one second to indicate that the
operator has exited the programming mode.
NOTE: If the new Programming Card is not presented three consecutive times (i.e., any
other code is entered after the new Programing Card has been presented at least once),
then the programming mode will be exited immediately and no changes will occur.
NOTE: To add codes to the system, use the new Programming Card and enter the Add
Codes mode of operation.
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3.4.2 Programming via Ignition Reader
NOTE: Programming Modes can only be entered when the vehicle is off.
NOTE: The vehicle is not allowed to start if programming from the Ignition Control Reader.
Instructions for Access Readers apply with the following additions/exceptions:
• Hold the Programming Card above the Ignition Reader and press the Black Alarm Control Switch
in order to activate programming mode.
• Press the Black Alarm Control Switch in order to add and delete codes while holding the new
transponder above the Ignition Reader.
• Pressing the Black Control Switch while holding a programmed transponder will not result in any
action.
• Press the Red Stop Switch to exit programming mode.
• Black Alarm Control Switch is pressed to simulate passing the programming card by an Access
Reader.
3.5 FCC Equipment Certification
This device complies with FCC rules Part 15. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including that causing undesired operation.
4.0 VACS - Troubleshooting
4.1 Troubleshooting Access Problems
Perform the following steps then refer to Table 1.
1. Verify that both connectors at the Access Control Module are fully inserted.
2. Press the release switch and note the status of the Reader LED and the latch.
3. Use a wristband transponder and note the status of the reader LED and the latch.
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Problem
Neither the release switch
nor the transponder activate
the Door Latch and the
Reader LED.
Probable Cause
Defective wire harness. No
voltage at control module.
Recommended Action
1.
2.
Access Control Module.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Door Latch does not respond
to push-button switch. (Does
respond to Transponder.)
Disconnect the 10-pin connector from the control
module (if not done so from the previous step)
and leave disconnected for approximately 1
minute.
Reconnect the 10-pin connector. The red
indicator on the Access Reader will flash from 1
to 16 times. While the indicator is flashing, the
control module will not respond to inputs.
Check the operation of the latch with the release
switch and via the reader with a known valid
transponder. If both fail to activate the latch then
replace the control module per section 4.1.5.
If either the release switch or the transponder
causes the latch to activate then investigate the
next probable cause prior to replacing the control
module.
Access Reader and Pushbutton switch.
7.
Verify that both the release switch and the reader
assembly are functional and within specifications
per sections 4.1.2 and 4.1.3.
Defective Push-button
Switch or switch wiring.
1.
Check continuity of switch at control module
connector per section 4.1.2. If continuity is
present then investigate the next probable cause.
If no continuity is present then check at switch.
Replace switch or repair wiring as necessary.
2.
Door reader (Latch) does not
respond to a programmed
Transponder. (Does respond
to the release switch.)
Check voltage at control module connector. If
voltage is within limits per section 4.1.1 then
investigate the next probable cause.
If voltage is not present then troubleshoot and
replace or repair harness.
Access Control Module.
3.
Replace control module per section 4.1.5.
Transponder defective or not
programmed in system.
1.
Check transponder at another door reader or on
another vehicle.
If transponder is functional then try
reprogramming it in the non-responding reader.
If it does not program into the system or there is
no activity at the reader then investigate the next
probable cause.
2.
Access Reader.
3.
Check reader per section 4.1.3. If measurements
are within limits then investigate next probable
cause.
4.
Replace control module per section 4.1.5.
Access Control Module.
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Problem
Red LED illuminates but Latch
does not activate.
Latch activates but red LED does
not illuminate.
(In order of probability:)
A solenoid activated door latch
cycles too fast (does not stay open
for 5 seconds)
Probable Cause
Recommended Action
Defective Latch.
1. Check latch activation voltage at connector per
section 4.1.4. If voltage is within limits then
replace latch. If voltage is not within limits then
investigate the next probable cause.
Access Control Module.
2. Replace control module per section 4.1.5.
Access Reader.
1. Check reader per section 4.1.3. If measurements
are within limits then investigate next probable
cause.
Access Control Module.
2. Replace control module per section 4.1.5.
High voltage situation at 1. Check the voltage at J1 connector. (See Section
the communication bus.
4.3.)
2. Diagnosis and isolate the module.
3. Replace the defective module.
The engine will not start with the
VACS, the red LED indicates a
door is open although all doors
are closed.
The engine will not shut off with
the VACS.
When programming the VACS,
not ALL door reader LEDs light
up.
The VACS alarm sounds when
opening an exterior door with a
valid transponder.
When attempting to start the
engine, the cargo/dome lights
blink in sequence with the red
LED on the ignition reader.
Table 1b Access Troubleshooting
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4.1.1 Checking Control Module Harness Voltage
Measure the voltage between terminals 10 and 5 with a DVM.
RD
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
+
11.5 - 13.5 V
BK
-
4.1.2 Checking Push-button Switch Continuity
1. Measure the resistance between terminals 3 and 7 with a DVM.
2. With the Push-button pressed the measurement should be < 10 Ω.
3. With the Push-button released the measurement should be > 100K Ω.
YL (YL/BK Driver’s Door)
6
7
8
9
10
<10 Ohm
1
2
3
4
5
>100K Ohm
Pressed
Released
BK
NOTE: Connector Mating View
4.1.3 Checking Access Reader Limits
NOTE: Terminals are located in connector locations 3, 4 ,7 and 8 only.
1. Check Antenna continuity by measuring resistance between terminals 8 and 4 with
a DVM.
2. Check LED continuity by measuring voltage between terminals 7(+) and 3(–) with
a DVM that is set to the diode test function.
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RD
WT
+
5
6
7
8
2.5 - 4 Ohm
1
2
3
1.4 - 1.7V
4
-
BK
BK
4.1.4 Checking Latch Activation Voltage
Measure the voltage between terminals 1 and 2 with a DVM while the output is activated.
BK/WT
+
2
10.5 - 12.5 V
1
BK/WT
-
NOTE: Connector Mating View
4.1.5 Checking Latch Resistance
Measure the resistance between terminals 1 and 2 with a DVM.
NOTE: Resistance less than .5 OHMS indicates a defective activator.
BK/WT
2
1
+
3 - 4 Ohm
BK/WT
-
NOTE: Connector Mating View
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4.1.6 Replacing Access Control Module
NOTE: Whenever an Access Control Module is replaced, the Programming Card and all
desired wristband or key fob transponders must be reentered.
1. Prior to replacement, verify that no transponder or Programming Cards are within close proximity (< 3
feet) of any Access Reader on the vehicle.
2. Disconnect the 10-pin (larger) connector then the 8-pin (smaller) connector and remove the defective
module.
3. Install the new module. Reconnect the 8-pin connector and the 10-pin connector.
4. At another door location use the existing “Depot” Programming Card to convert to the T1000
“Transport” Programming Card (per Section 3.4.1.3). Then immediately, use the T1000 Programming
Card to transfer back to the desired Depot Programming Card (again per Section 3.4.1.3). See also
Section 1.0.
5. At any location on the vehicle reprogram all desired transponders (per Section 3.4.1.2).
6. Verify functionality of all transponder at all locations. Please note that each door latch can be activated
a maximum of three times per minute. After the third activation (in less than one minute) the red indicator on the reader will flash until one minute after the first activation has expired.
NOTE: See also Section 4.4.
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4.2 Troubleshooting Ignition Problems
Problem
Does not respond to Reader
switch activation.
Probable Cause
Recommended Action
Ignition Reader Module.
1.
Check reader antenna and switches per sections
4.2.2 and 4.2.3. If measurements are within
limits, then investigate next probable cause.
Defective wire harness. No
voltage at control module.
2.
Check connector terminals for signs of severe
deformation, excessive contamination, or poor
crimp connections. Repair or replace if
necessary.
Check J1 supply voltage per 4.2.5 (step 1). If
measurements are within limits then replace the
control module.
3.
Ignition Control Module.
4.
5.
6.
7.
LEDs do not illuminate.
Disconnect connectors J3 and J1 (if not done so
from previous step) and leave disconnected for
approximately 1 minute.
Reconnect J1 and J3. The red indicator on the
Ignition Reader will flash from 1 to 16 times.
While the indicator is flashing, the Control
Module will not respond to inputs.
If the Control Module fails to respond to the
reader switch input with a known valid wristband
then replace the Control Module per section
4.2.9.
If the system functions properly after
reconnecting the harness then investigate the next
probable causes.
Switches not depressed long
enough.
8.
Interference from CRT (if
applicable) or other metallic
objects.
9.
Ignition Reader Module.
1. Check reader LEDs per section 4.2.4. If
measurements are within limits then investigate
next probable cause.
Switches need to be depressed a minimum of 0.5
sections.
Remove or move metallic objects from the
vicinity of the Reader Module.
10. Reposition CRT.
Ignition Control Module.
2. Replace control module per section 4.2.9.
Reader LED(s) function but
one or more ignition relays
not activating.
Relays, wire harness.
1. Check the affected relay coil resistance at the J1
connector per section 4.2.5 (Steps 2–4).
2. If measurements are not within limits then replace
relay or repair harness as necessary.
Ignition Control Module.
3. Replace control module per section 4.2.9.
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Problem
Reader indicates open door
when all doors are closed.
Interior Lights or Horn not
activated by system.
Nuisance alarms.
Probable Cause
Recommended Action
Misadjusted defective door
sensor switches.
1. At each (or suspected) door location, check for
bare, pinched or shorted wires.
2. Independently check each switch by disconnecting
one wire and checking continuity in both the door
open and door closed state. When the door is
closed, check while pulling to extreme positions to
verify if an intermittent condition exists. Replace
or adjust switch/magnet as necessary.
Wire harness.
3. Check door inputs via harness connector J3 per
section 4.2.6. Troubleshoot and repair as
necessary.
Ignition Control Module.
4. Replace control module per section 4.2.9.
Relays, wire harness.
1. Check the affected relay coil resistance at the J3
connector per section 4.2.7.
2. If measurements are not within limits then replace
relay or repair harness as necessary.
Ignition Control Module.
3. Replace control module per section 4.2.9.
Misadjusted improperly
mounted motion sensor(s).
1. Check that each sensor is securely mounted.
2. Reduce sensitivity of suspected sensor per section
4.2.10.
Intermittent short in wire
harness.
3. Disconnect motion sensor(s) and check harness
continuity at harness connector J3 per section 4.2.8.
Table 2b Ignition/Security Troubleshooting
4.2.1 Ignition Control Module Connector Identification
Ignition Module, Top View
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4.2.2 Checking Ignition Reader Antenna Limits - J2
Check antenna continuity by measuring resistance between terminals 10 and 5 with a DVM.
WT
6
7
8
9
10
2 - 3.5 Ohm
1
2
3
5
4
BK
4.2.3 Checking Ignition Reader Switches - J2
1. Measure the resistance between the appropriate terminals with a DVM.
2. With the Push-button pressed the measurement should be < 10 Ω.
3. With the Push-button released the measurement should be > 100K Ω.
GRN
START SWITCH
6
7
8
9
10
< 10 Ohm
PRESSED
1
2
3
4
5
>100K Ohm
RELEASED
BK
BLU
MODE SWITCH
6
7
8
9
10
< 10 OHM
PRESSED
1
2
3
4
5
>100K OHM
RELEASED
BK
BK
STOP SWITCH
6
7
8
9
10
< 10 OHM
PRESSED
1
2
3
4
5
>100K OHM
RELEASED
BK
NOTE: Connector Mating View
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4.2.4 Checking Ignition Reader LEDs - J2
Check LED continuity by measuring voltage between the appropriate terminals with a DVM that is set
to the diode test function.
YEL
RD
6
7
8
9 10
1
2
3
4
RED
YELLOW
+
+
1.5 - 1.8V
5
1.6 - 2.0V
-
-
BK
BK
4.2.5 Checking Ignition Control Module J1 Harness Connector Parameters
NOTE: Disconnect connector J3 prior to disconnecting connector J1.
1. Measure the control module supply voltage between terminals 8 and 4 with a DVM.
2. Measure the ignition relay coil resistance between terminals 3 and 2 with a DVM.
3. Measure the accessory relay coil resistance between terminals 7 and 2 with a DVM.
4. Measure the starting relay coil resistance between terminals 6 and 2 with a DVM.
VT
RD
5 6
7
8
1 2
3
4
YL
PK
+
IGNITION
11.5 - 13.6V
70 - 110 Ohm
ACCESSORY
70 - 110 Ohm
START
70 - 110 Ohm
-
BK
OR/BK
Com Bus
5. Reconnect connector J1 prior to reconnecting connector J3.
4.2.6 Checking Door Sensor Switches via Harness Connector J3
1. Measure the resistance between the appropriate terminals and chassis ground with a DVM.
2. With the door(s) open the measurement should be < 10 Ω.
3. With the door(s) closed the measurement should be > 100K Ω.
DG
DG/WT
EXTERIOR
DOORS
BULKHEAD
DOOR
5
6
7
8
< 10 Ohm
OPENED
< 10 Ohm
OPENED
1
2
3
4
>100K Ohm
CLOSED
>100K Ohm
CLOSED
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4.2.7 Checking Interior Lights Relay and Horn Relay Coil via Harness Connector - J3
1. Measure the interior lights relay coil resistance between terminals 1 and 2 with a DVM.
2. Measure the horn relay coil resistance between terminals 1 and 5 with a DVM.
PK/BK
LB
5
1
6
2
7
3
8
70-110 Ohm
4
INTERIOR
LIGHTS
70-110 Ohm
HORN
OR
4.2.8 Checking Motion Sensor Harness via connector J3
1. Disconnect motion sensor(s).
2. Measure the resistance between the appropriate terminals and chassis ground with a DVM.
DB/WT
DB
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
>100K Ohm
CARGO
SENSOR
>100K Ohm
CABIN
SENSOR
NOTE: Connector Mating View
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4.2.9 Replacing Ignition Control Module
NOTE: Whenever an Ignition Control Module is replaced, the Programming Card and all
desired wristband transponders must be reentered.
1. Prior to replacement verify that no transponder or Programming Cards are within close proximity (< 3
feet) of any Access Reader on the vehicle.
2. Disconnect connector J3, then J2 and J1, and remove the defective module.
3. Install the new module. Reconnect J1, J2, and J3.
4. At any door location use the existing “Depot” Programming Card to convert the T1000 “Transport”
Programming Card (per Section 3.4.1.3). Then immediately, use the T1000 Programming Card to
transfer back to the desired Programming Card (again per Section 3.4.1.3). See also Section 1.0.
5. At any location on the vehicle, reprogram all desired wristband transponders (per Section 3.4.1.2).
6. Verify functionality of all transponders at all locations. Please note that each door latch can be activated
a maximum of 3 times per minute. After the third activation (in less than 1 minute), the red LED indicator light on the Reader will flash until 1 minute from the first activation has expired.
NOTE: See also Section 4.4.
4.2.10 Adjusting the Motion Sensor
NOTE: Turn clockwise to increase or counterclockwise to decrease sensitivity.
1. Wait approximately 1 minute to check results after making an adjustment.
2. Adjust the outer zone such that the Green LED on the sensor illuminates upon entering a doorway.
3. Adjust the inner zone such that the Red LED on the sensor illuminates while approaching the sensor just
prior to reaching it.
OUTER
ZONE
INNER
ZONE
Motion Sensor Adjustment
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4.3 Problems Caused by High Voltage on the Communication Bus
4.3.1 Overview
The VACS system installed on some vehicles has displayed characteristics that have been cause for confusion
and misdiagnosing component failures. A high voltage condition at the communication bus can create a variety
of symptoms that should be checked before replacing any components.
4.3.2 Symptoms
In order of probability:
1. A solenoid activated door latch cycles too fast (does not stay open for 5 seconds)
2. The engine will not start with the VACS, the red LED indicates a door is open although all doors are
closed.
3. The engine will not shut off with the VACS.
4. When programming the VACS, not ALL door reader LEDs light up.
5. The VACS alarm sounds when opening an exterior door with a valid transponder.
6. When attempting to start the engine, the cargo/dome lights blink in sequence with the red LED on the
ignition reader.
4.3.3 Diagnosis
1. Locate the J1 connector on the ignition module (see Section 4.2.1).
2. Locate circuits 5 and 1 in the J1 connector (see Section 4.2.5).
3. Both circuits 5 and 1 are positive circuits. With the J1 connector plugged into the ignition module, insert
the positive probe from the DVM into circuit 5 or 1 and touch the negative probe from the DVM to any
grounded surface.
4. The typical correct voltage should be 0.22V to 0.66V, and it should fluctuate. (Any reading less than 1V
is acceptable.)
5. The typical high incorrect voltage is 2.3V to 5.8V, and it will not fluctuate. (Any reading of more than
1V is unacceptable.)
6. Both circuits 5 and 1 should read approximately the same voltage.
4.3.4 Resolution
1. Once the existence of the high voltage condition is confirmed, certain critical steps must be followed to
ensure correct repair.
2. Even though the voltage readings are measured at the ignition module, the high voltage condition could
be generated by any of the modules.
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3. The modules must be disconnected one at a time to determine which module is causing the problem.
4. Disconnect the C822 connector at the rear door module (see Section 6.1 and 7.1).
5. Go back to the ignition module and follow Steps 1–6 in Section 4.3.3 above.
6. If the voltage readings drop to the correct level, as shown in Step 4 of Section 4.3.3, you have just
identified the module that is causing the problem.
7. If the voltage readings remain at the incorrect level, as shown in Step 5 of Section 4.3.3, leave the rear
door module disconnected, and move to the bulkhead door module.
8. Disconnect the C816 connector at the bulkhead door module.
9. Go back to the ignition module and follow Steps 1–6 in Section 4.3.3 above.
10. If the voltage readings drop to the correct level, as shown in Step 4 of Section 4.3.3, you have just
identified the module that is causing the problem.
11. If the voltage readings remain at the incorrect level, as shown in Step 5 of Section 4.3.3, leave the rear
door module and the bulkhead door module disconnected, and move to the RH door module.
12. Continue following this process of elimination until you find the module that is causing the problem.
13. If all door modules are disconnected, but you still have the incorrect high voltage, the ignition module is
the module probably causing the problem, since it is the only one still connected.
14. When the module is identified that is causing the problem, then reconnect all the modules to the
harnesses.
NOTE: It is important that the module causing the problem is identified prior to
disconnecting the batteries, as the high voltage condition on the communication bus may
be lost when power is cycled to the VACS.
15. After ALL modules are reconnected to the harnesses, disconnect the chassis batteries, and load test
each battery individually.
16. If the battery(s) do not withstand a load test, replace them.
17. Connect the new battery(s). The incorrect high voltage condition should be resolved, and no additional
action should be required with the VACS components.
18. Go back to the ignition module and follow Steps 1–6 in Section 4.3.3 above.
19. If the incorrect high voltage condition continues to exists, replace the module identified in Steps 4–12.
20. If the battery(s) do withstand a load test. Reconnect the battery(s).
21. Go back to the ignition module and follow Steps 1–6 in Section 4.3.3 above.
22. If the incorrect high voltage condition continues to exists, replace the module identified in Steps 4–12.
23. Whenever a module is replaced, you need to reprogram the VACS (see Section 4.1.5 and 4.2.9).
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4.4 Problems After Changing Master Programming Card
4.4.1 Situation
Vehicles equipped with Keyless Entry or VACS systems may experience an anomaly when changing from one
master programming card to another. This could occur in the following cases:
• When changing from the transport programming card (T1000) to the unique depot programming
card or vice versa. See Section 1.0.
• When a vehicle is transferred in from another depot where it was already in service.
• When any control module on the vehicle is replaced.
• When a new master programming card is needed because existing programming cards are no longer
in use.
When entering codes (such as adding a new master programming card or transponder) into a VACS ignition or
access reader, the information added to that reader location (and its corresponding control module) is
automatically transmitted to all other reader locations (and control modules) in that vehicle.
In some vehicles, however, some reader locations may not receive the new master programming card
information. In those cases, the affected reader location(s) will continue to recognize only the previously stored
card number.
This situation will become apparent only if you attempt to use a programming card at a reader location where
that (new) programming card has not successfully been stored.
4.4.2 Affected Units
Some vehicles manufactured from 1999 through May of 2001.
4.4.3 Resolution
It is necessary to confirm that the correct master programming code is stored at each reader location
whenever changing to a new master programming card:
1. Verify that the correct master programming card is recognized at each vehicle reader location
(ignition and all doors). Use the instructions in the VACS Programming Guide
(P/N 03102519-RY01EN), which is a single laminated sheet for easy reference (and reproduced as
an appendix in the back of this manual). If the card is recognized at all locations, no further
checking is required.
2. If the correct new master programming card is not recognized at a specific reader location:
A. Use the original master programming card to add the new master programming card at that
reader.
B. Verify that the desired new master programming card is now recognized at all locations.
C. Upon completion, reenter all desired transponder (wristband or key fob) codes.
Note: If cards are lost or unavailable, replacements for original programming cards can
be ordered from Utilimaster.
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4.5 Replace a Lost Master Programming Code
If the master programming code is lost or otherwise unavailable, there are three options for replacing the existing
programming code with a new code.
1. Temporarily connect a module that has a known programming code already installed.
A. At a convenient location (e.g., rear door), disconnect both connectors from the module.
Temporarily connect both connectors to a module that contains a known (available) programming
code (i.e., a module borrowed from another truck).
B. Using the available programming code (card), change the programming code to a transponder
temporarily. (See Section 3.4.1.3.)
C. Using the transponder, change the programming code back to the programming card. (See Section
3.4.1.3.)
D. Disconnect the temporary module and reconnect the original module.
E. The original module that was just reconnected still does not contain the proper programming code.
Go to another door location and perform Steps B and C again.
F. All modules now contain the proper programming code, however, all transponders have been
erased. Reprogram all desired transponders from any location. (See Section 3.4.1.1.)
G. Return the temporary module to its original location. This module contains the proper programming
code, however, all of its previously stored transponders have been erased. Reprogram all desired
transponders from this location. (See Section 3.4.1.2.)
2. Temporarily connect a service replacement module which has no programming code or transponders
installed.
CAUTION: Service parts arrive with no previously stored codes. Once connected to a system,
the first valid code that is read is saved as a programming code. Therefore, extreme care
must be exercised when replacing modules with service parts. Make sure all transponders
are located away from the associated reader and that the desired programming code is the
first one presented to the reader.
A. At a convenient location (e.g., rear door), disconnect both connectors from the module.
Temporarily connect both connectors to the service module.
B. Slowly wave the desired programming code (card) past the associated reader. The indicator on the
reader will flicker three times (fast) indicating the code has been saved as the new programming
code.
C. If the indicator also flashes long (1 second), then the reader has also placed itself in programming
mode #1. Wave the programming card past the reader three more times to exit the programming
sequence. (See Section 3.4.1.)
D. Disconnect the temporary module and reconnect the original module.
E. The module that was just reconnected still does not contain the proper programming code. Go to
another door location, temporarily replace the programming card with a transponder, and then
replace the programming “transponder” with the programming card. (See Section 3.4.1.3.)
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F. All modules now contain the proper programming code, however, all transponders have been
erased. Reprogram all desired transponders from any location. (See Section 3.4.1.1.)
G. The service module that was used now contains a programming code. It should probably be
marked to indicate this.
3. Reset a control module PCB.
A. At a convenient location (e.g., rear door or bulkhead door), disconnect both connectors from the
module. Remove the center screw from the connector side of the module and remove the four
corner screws from the side opposite the connector side.
B. Carefully pull the PCB (Printed Circuit Board) from the enclosure until the four-position DIP switch
is visible. Slide switch #2 to the ON position.
C. Push the PCB back into the enclosure and hold while reconnecting both connectors.
D. Disconnect both connectors again. Carefully pull the PCB from the enclosure until the four-position
DIP switch is visible. Slide switch #2 back to the OFF position.
E. Push the PCB back into the enclosure and replace all screws. Reconnect both connectors.
F. This module has been cleared and is equivalent to a service part.
CAUTION: Service parts arrive with no previously stored codes. Once connected to a system,
the first valid code that is read is saved as a programming code. Therefore, extreme care
must be exercised when replacing modules with service parts. Make sure all transponders
are located away from the associated reader and that the desired programming code is the
first one presented to the reader.
G. Slowly wave the desired programming code (card) past the associated reader. The indicator on the
reader will flicker three times (fast) indicating the code has been saved as the new programming
code.
H. If the indicator also flashes long (1 second), then the reader has also placed itself in programming
mode #1. Wave the programming card past the reader three more times to exit the programming
sequence. (See Section 3.4.1.)
All modules now contain the proper programming code, however, all transponders have been erased from the
cleared module. Reprogram all desired transponders from the cleared module location. (See Section 3.4.1.2.)
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5.0 Service and Maintenance of VACS Components
5.1 Latch and Catch Maintenance
Part
Service Check
Requirements
Service Action
Latch (Left, Right and
Bulkhead)
Check for wear on latch
tongue.
Latch tongue must have a
minimum 1/8" contact
with catch plate.
Adjust catch position. If
insufficient metal remains on
tongue, replace latch as a unit.
Catch (Left, Right and
Bulkhead)
Check for wear on catch
plate.
Latch tongue must have a
minimum 1/8" contact
with catch plate.
Lubricate each side of the slide
bolt with dry graphite
lubrication at six-month
intervals or as needed. See
Section 5.2.3.
Adjust catch position. If
insufficient metal remains on
tongue, replace latch as a unit.
Rear Rollup Latch
Wear on deadbolt.
Bolt must extend
minimum 1/2" from
track.
Lubricate the three zerk fittings
with #2 grease at six month
intervals or three-month
intervals in hot, dusty
conditions. See Section 5.2.3.
Grease with #2 grease every 6
months under normal
conditions, every 3 months in
hot or dusty conditions. See
Section 5.2.3.
Replace solenoid unit if bolt is
worn beyond specification.
Rear Lock Cylinder
Reflective sticker over
key slot
Reflective sticker must be
securely in place. Sticker
must be replaced after
each use.
Check at each PM for free
operation of lock if seal is
broken; replace sticker if
peeling, damaged, or missing.
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5.2 General Maintenance
5.2.1 Access Readers
1. To avoid needing to replace the rear door access reader (see
Illustration VA–10) be very careful when backing up the vehicle.
Access readers are impact resistant, but they will not withstand
the force of a vehicle backing into a dock or other obstacle.
2. A kit to mount the reader in a recessed position is available. See
Section 7.0.
Illustration VA–10 Access Reader
CAUTION: Access readers are impact
resistant, but they will not withstand
the force of a vehicle backing into a
dock or other obstacle. Avoid hitting
any obstacles while backing.
5.2.2 Harness Connectors
1. To maintain a proper electrical connection, add dielectric grease
to female harness connectors (see Illustration VA–20) throughout
the VACS system. This is a onetime application done during any
normal preventive maintenance cycle.
Illustration VA–20 Harness Connector
5.2.3 Door Dead Bolts
1. To maintain proper operation of the rear door dead bolt, lubricate
the three zerk fittings with #2 grease at six month intervals or
three-month intervals in hot, dusty conditions. (See Illustration
VA–30.)
2. To maintain proper operation of the bulkhead and both side door
dead bolts, lubricate each side of the slide bolt with dry graphite
lubrication at six month intervals or as needed. (See Illustration
VA–40 and VA–50.)
Illustration VA–40
Side Door Dead Bolt
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Illustration VA–30 Rear Door Dead
Bolt
Illustration VA–50
Bulkhead Door Dead Bolt
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5.2.4 Door Access Modules
1. To prevent damage to the circuit boards, do not subject door
access modules to direct contact with water. (See Illustrations
VA–60 through VA–80.)
2. To further protect the rear door access module from water
intrusion, add silicone sealant to the top middle slot and screw (if
there is none already there). (See Illustration VA–80.)
CAUTION: To prevent damage to the
circuit boards, do not subject door
access modules to direct contact with
water.
Illustration VA–70
Right-Hand Door Access Module
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Illustration VA–60
Left-Hand Door Access Module
Illustration VA–80
Rear Door Access Module
VACS for Utilimaster Walk-In Vans
6.0 Wiring Diagrams
6.1 Model Year 1999–May 2001
6.1.1 Wiring Diagram Overview
C819 & C820
INTERFACE
C822
REAR
MODULE
C821
REAR
LATCH
SWITCH
S4
MAGNETIC
SWITCH
C823
SOLENOID
C817
MOTION
SENSOR
S7
MAGNETIC
SWITCH
C818
MOTION
DETECTOR
C814
INTERFACE
C815
BULKHEAD
LATCH
SWITCH
C816
BULKHEAD
MODULE
C813
INTERFACE
S6
MAGNETIC
SWITCH
C824
BULKHEAD
SOLENOID
C808 & C809
INTERFACE
C804
IGNITION
SWITCH
C807
SOLENOID
S5
MAGNETIC
SWITCH
C801
RIGHT
FRONT
MODULE
RELAY
BANK
F1
FUSES
C803
IGNITION
SWITCH
C826
INTERFACE
C806
RH LATCH
SWITCH
C805
LH LATCH
SWITCH
C811
INTERFACE
HORN
INTERFACE
C800
LH FRONT
MODULE
C812
SOLENOID
C810
INTERFACE
Note: 20 Amp fuse located
in the auxiliary horn box.
See also Section 8.5.
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6.1.2 Connectors
946 YL 16
1430C RD 14
1430B RD 14
1430A RD 14
927 BK/WT
923 YL/BK
936 RD
944 LB 18
1
942B OR/BK 18
1
945 OR 18
1
1
942A OR/BK 18
934 RD
940 VT 18
941 YL 18
3
5
3
5
2
942C OR/BK 18
4
3
5
2
4
5
2
943 PK 18
4
3
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
2
4
935 BK
500 BK
936B RD 16
1086 WT 18
1019 RD 14
INT LIGHTS RELAY
550 BK
931 BK/WT
1535 WT 16
ACC RELAY
C800
IGN RELAY
START RELAY
924 YL
928 BK/WT
934 RD
936 RD
940 VT 18
10
9
8
4
5
5
1
2
5
1
944 LB 18
6
2
921 DG/WT 18
7
3
8
4
920A DG 18
1
500 BK
945 OR 18
942 OR/BK 18
6
7
3
947 PK/BK 18
935A BK 18
934A RD 18
941 YL 18
6
2
943 PK 18
936B RD 16
7
3
500C BK 18
8
4
938 DB/WT 22
939 DB 22
935 BK
930 BK/WT
540 BK
C803
C801
C804
921 DG/WT
921 DG/WT
500 BK
930 BK/WT
924 YL
550 BK
923 YL/BK
500 BK
936 RD
938 DB/WT
936 RD
540 BK
2
920 DG
928 BK/WT
1
935 BK
C807
C806
C805
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
935 BK
3
2
1
6
5
4
9
8
7
920 DG
939 DB
939 DB
938 DB/WT
934 RD
934 RD
C809
C808
920 DG
936 RD
947 PK/BK
931 BK/WT
500 BK
500 BK
920 DG
927 BK/WT
947 PK/BK
A
A
A
2
1
HORN INTERFACE
C811
C810
939 DB
934 RD
939 DB
934 RD
7
920 DG
935 BK
8
938 DB/WT
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
921 DG/WT
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
500 BK
520 BK
925 YL
936 RD
934 RD
500 BK
C815
500 BK
921 DG/WT
C813
500 BK
939 DB
500 BK
938 DB/WT
936 RD
4
4
1
5
2
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
520 BK
935 BK
6
3
C816
500 BK
500 BK
934 RD
1
1
4
2
5
3
6
950 BK
935 BK
960 YL
934 RD
C818
C817
9
936 RD
920 DG
936 RD
4
10
920 DG
935 BK
1
933 BK/WT
C814
936 RD
936 RD
929 BK/WT
925 YL
920 DG
935 BK
938 DB/WT
936 RD
F1
C812
C820
C819
C821
936 RD
926 BK/WT
934 RD
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
961 BK/WT
962 BK/WT
2
902 BK
933 BK/WT
1
500 BK
930 BK/WT
510 BK
942 OR/BK 18
936 RD 16
922 YL
2
C823
941 YL 18
929 BK/WT
1
C824
901 YL
C825
935 BK
940 VT 18
500 BK 16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
944 LB 18
943 PK 18
945 OR 18
947 PK/BK 18
C826
C822
936A RD 16
500 BK 16
940 VT 18
943 PK 18
3
2
1
6
5
4
9
8
7
942 OR/BK 18
941 YL 18
945 OR 18
944 LB 18
947 PK/BK 18
C827
58231040 Rev B
40
1430 RED 10 GA
1535 WT 16 GA
1019 RED 18 GA
(NOT USED)
1019 RED 16 GA
Denotes Communications Bus
1086 RED 18 GA
IGN SWITCH CONN 1999
IGN SWITCH CONN 2000–MAY 2001
Connectors shown in terminal insertion view
VACS for Utilimaster Walk-In Vans
6.1.3 RH Quarter Post
C813
C809
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
936 RD
POWER CIRCUIT
936 RD
500 BK
GROUND CIRCUIT
500 BK
921 DG/WT
921 DG/WT
920 DG
920 DG
935 BK
935 BK
938 DB/WT
938 DB/WT
939 DB
939 DB
934 RD
934 RD
920 DG
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
500 BK
MAGNETIC
SWITCH
S6
6.1.4 LH Quarter Post
C811
1
2
920 DG
920 DG
500 BK
500 BK
MAGNETIC
SWITCH
S5
6.1.5 Entry Door Switch
C825
1
2
901 YEL
901 YEL
920 BK
920 BK
DOOR PUSH
BUTTON SWITCH
6.1.6 Dash
3
10
944 LB
4
5
6
7
9
928 BK/WT
943 PK
3
924 YL
942 OR/BK
1
934 RD
941 YL
8
930 BK/WT
940 VT
9
500 BK
7
925 BK
6
935 BK
5
947 PK/BK
4
945 OR
3
936 RD
936 RD
C801
2
500 BK
CONN 19
1
10
936 RD
7
922 BK
931 BK/WT
6
923 YL
927 BK/WT
5
500 BK
4
934 RD
9
935 BK
C800
1
C808
C810
1
2
920 DG
936 RD
500 BK
500 BK
921 DG/WT
920 DG
935 BK
938 DB/WT
939 DB
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928 BK/WT
930 BK/WT
4
936B RD
3
941 YL
2
934 RD
1
940 VT
8
500 BK
7
943 PK
5
935 BK
4
942 OR/BK
3
C804
920 DG
2
938 DB/WT
1
947 PK/BK
3
C806
939 DB
2
921 DG/WT
3
C805
944 LB
924 YL
2
945 OR
922 BK
2
C812
925 BK
923 YL/BK
1
58231040 Rev B
931 BK/WT
927 BK/WT
934 RD
5
6
7
8
1
2
C803
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
C807
41
6.1.7 Roof
500 BK
938 DB/WT
MAGNETIC SWITCH
S7
C814
920 DG
935 BK
935 BK
4
2
3
1
5
938 DB/WT
939 DB
C815
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
1
C824
939 DB
936 RD
1
500 BK
2
936 RD
1
929 BK/WT
520 BK
1 2
926 YL
934 RD
926 YL
8
920 DG
934 RD
7
934 RD
500 BK
6
921 DG/WT
933 BK/WT
5
500 BK
935 BK
4
500 BK
520 BK
3
936 RD
933 BK/WT
2
C819
936 RD
929 BK/WT
1
500 BK
3
921 DG/WT
2
936 RD
C818
1
2
3
C817
C816
6.1.8 Rear Jumper
500 BK
920 DG
MAGNETIC SWITCH
S4
C820
1
2
3
4
5
920 DG
500 BK
934 RD
936 RD
C823
935 BK
962 BK/WT
C821
42
4
5
6
7
9
1
2
936 RD
962 BK/WT
3
960 YL
950 BK
1
934 RD
935 BK
2
500 BK
950 BK
1
961 BK/WT
960 YL
961 BK/WT
10
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VACS for Utilimaster Walk-In Vans
6.2 Model Year May 2001–2003
6.2.1 Wiring Diagram Overview
C819 & C820
INTERFACE
C822
REAR
MODULE
C821
REAR
LATCH
SWITCH
S4
MAGNETIC
SWITCH
C823
SOLENOID
C817
MOTION
SENSOR
S7
MAGNETIC
SWITCH
C816
BULKHEAD
MODULE
C814
INTERFACE
C815
BULKHEAD
LATCH
SWITCH
C813
INTERFACE
S6
MAGNETIC
SWITCH
C824
BULKHEAD
SOLENOID
C808 & C809
INTERFACE
C804
IGNITION
SWITCH
C807
SOLENOID
C801
RIGHT
FRONT
MODULE
F1
FUSES
C803
IGNITION
SWITCH
RELAY
BANK
S5
MAGNETIC
SWITCH
C806
RH LATCH
SWITCH
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C805
LH LATCH
SWITCH
C811
INTERFACE
HORN
INTERFACE
C800
LH FRONT
MODULE
C812
SOLENOID
C810
INTERFACE
Note: 20 Amp fuse located in
the auxiliary horn box.
See also Section 8.5.
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6.2.2 Connectors
946 YL
52 RD
52 RD
927 BK/WT
923 YL/BK
936 RD
944 LB
1
945 OR
3
5
942 OR/BK
1
2
3
5
4
1
942 OR/BK
3
5
2
948 LG
4
940 VT
4
500 BK
936 RD
71 WT
15 WT
ACC/IGN RELAY
934 RD
940 VT
10 9 8 7 6
5 4 3 2 1
500 BK
5
941 YL
936 RD
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
521 RD
947 PK/BK
935 BK
934 RD
942 OR/BK
C800
522 OR
START RELAY
924 YL
928 BK/WT
945 OR
920 DG
943 PK
500 BK
A B C D
1
944 LB
6
2
921 DG/WT
7
3
8
4
5
G
939 DB
F E
71 WT
52 RD
935 BK
930 BK/WT
935 BK
550 BK
931 BK/WT
INT LIGHTS RELAY
936 RD
934 RD
10 9 8 7 6
5 4 3 2 1
2
15 WT
540 BK
C803
C801
IGNITION CONNECTOR
C804
921 DG/WT
921 DG/WT
500 BK
930 BK/WT
924 YL
550 BK
923 YL/BK
936 RD
500 BK
938 DB/WT
936 RD
540 BK
2
928 BK/WT
920 DG
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
935 BK
C807
C806
C805
935 BK
939 DB
3
2
1
6
5
4
9
8
7
939 DB
938 DB/WT
934 RD
920 DG
934 RD
C809
C808
920 DG
931 BK/WT
500 BK
500 BK
920 DG
927 BK/WT
947 PK/BK
947 PK/BK
A
A
2
1
C811
C810
934 RD
7
920 DG
935 BK
8
938 DB/WT
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
921 DG/WT
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
500 BK
520 BK
925 YL
936 RD
934 RD
500 BK
C815
500 BK
921 DG/WT
C813
933 BK/WT
C814
500 BK
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
520 BK
935 BK
920 DG
939 DB
936 RD
935 BK
4
1
5
2
6
3
C816
936 RD
920 DG
936 RD
500 BK
500 BK
934 RD
4
1
936 RD
929 BK/WT
925 YL
920 DG
935 BK
938 DB/WT
936 RD
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939 DB
934 RD
939 DB
HORN INTERFACE
1999–2004
C812
1
4
2
5
3
6
950 BK
960 YL
935 BK
934 RD
C817
C820
C819
C821
936 RD
926 BK/WT
934 RD
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
961 BK/WT
962 BK/WT
902 BK
933 BK/WT
2
2
C823
936A RD
500 BK
940 VT
3
2
1
6
5
4
9
8
7
15 WT
A
F
941 YL
E
522 OR
B
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
943 PK
944 LB
945 OR
947 PK/BK
Denotes Communications Bus
D
C
71 WT
944 LB
C827
2
52 RD
521 RD
942 OR/BK
945 OR
947 PK/BK
1
C826
C822
44
901 YL
C825
935 BK
943 PK
1
C824
940 VT
500 BK
941 YL
929 BK/WT
1
500 BK
930 BK/WT
510 BK
942 OR/BK
936 RD
922 YL
IGNITION SWITCH
Connectors shown in terminal insertion view
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6.2.3 RH Quarter Post
C813
C809
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
936 RD
POWER CIRCUIT
936 RD
500 BK
GROUND CIRCUIT
500 BK
921 DG/WT
921 DG/WT
920 DG
920 DG
935 BK
935 BK
938 DB/WT
938 DB/WT
939 DB
939 DB
934 RD
934 RD
920 DG
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
500 BK
MAGNETIC
SWITCH
S6
6.2.4 LH Quarter Post
C811
1
2
920 DG
920 DG
500 BK
500 BK
MAGNETIC
SWITCH
S5
6.2.5 Entry Door Switch
C825
1
2
901 YEL
901 YEL
920 BK
920 BK
DOOR PUSH
BUTTON SWITCH
6.2.6 Power Feed
POWER
CONNECTOR
TO COWL
CONNECTOR CAVITY "L"
1
20 AMP FUSE
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46
926 YL
929 BK/WT
2
3
2
C806
3
1
2
C815
C824
C804
5
6.2.8 Roof
1
2
3
C816
934 RD
941 YL
936B RD
928 BK/WT
930 BK/WT
4
940 VT
500 BK
943 PK
8
935 BK
7
942 OR/BK
920 DG
4
938 DB/WT
3
C803
1
2
1
2
1
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
939 DB
C805
500 BK
944 LB
940 VT
941 YL
942 OR/BK
943 PK
944 LB
5
6
7
8
1
2
1
2
3
C817
4
5
6
7
9
500 BK
934 RD
924 YL
928 BK/WT
C826
936 RD
3
925 BK
1
930 BK/WT
8
935 BK
936 RD
9
947 PK/BK
7
945 OR
6
500 BK
945 OR
5
947 PK/BK
925 BK
4
936 RD
C814
921 DG/WT
924 YL
3
500 BK
936 RD
922 BK
923 YL
934 RD
2
939 DB
922 BK
931 BK/WT
1
921 DG/WT
923 YL/BK
927 BK/WT
500 BK
935 BK
3
936 RD
934 RD
8
500 BK
7
933 BK/WT
5
2
7
520 BK
4
1
6
935 BK
C812
5
933 BK/WT
3
4
929 BK/WT
2
9
520 BK
1
1
926 YL
2
931 BK/WT
1
927 BK/WT
6.2.7 Dash
C800
10
C801
10
C810
920 DG
936 RD
C808
500 BK
500 BK
921 DG/WT
920 DG
935 BK
938 DB/WT
939 DB
934 RD
C807
936 RD
936 RD
500 BK
500 BK
921 DG/WT
934 RD
920 DG
920 DG
935 BK
935 BK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
58231134a5
MAGNETIC SWITCH
S7
C819
4
2
3
1
6
5
939 DB
934 RD
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6.2.9 Rear Jumper
500 BK
920 DG
MAGNETIC SWITCH
S4
C820
1
2
3
4
5
920 DG
500 BK
934 RD
936 RD
C823
935 BK
962 BK/WT
960 YL
950 BK
935 BK
950 BK
961 BK/WT
500 BK
934 RD
960 YL
962 BK/WT
936 RD
961 BK/WT
1
2
1
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
C821
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C822
1
2
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6.3 Model Year 2003 and Later
6.3.1 Wiring Diagram Overview
16512475
C820
INTERFACE
C819
INTERFACE
16513928
C837
DR SWITCH
PIGTAIL
16512774
S6
MAGNETIC
SWITCH
C838
DOOR
PIGTAIL
16512774
S4
MAGNETIC
SWITCH C821
REAR
LATCH
C817
MOTION
SENSOR
C822
REAR
MODULE
C823
SOLENOID
C815
BLKHD
SWITCH
C816
BLHD
MODULE
C813-814
INTERFACE
S6
MAGNETIC
SWITCH
16513813
C808-809
INTERFACE
C807
SOLENOID
C801
RIGHT FRT
MODULE
HARNESS 16513144 (UNDER
THE HOOD) SUPPLIES POWER
TO THE SYSTEM.
THERE IS A 15 AMP FUSE
AT THE AUX. HORN BOX.
S7
MAGNETIC
SWITCH
C803-804
IGN MOD
C833-C836
RELAYS
S5
MAGNETIC
SWITCH
C806
RH LATCH
SWITCH
C805
LH LATCH
SWITCH
48
C800
LEFT FRONT
MODULE
C826
IGN HARN
INTERFACE
C824
BLKHD
C810
SOLENOID
INTERFACE
C812
SOLENOID
C831
KYLS PWR
INTERFACE
HORN
INTERFACE
C826-827
IGN HARN
INTERFACE
C830
AUX IGN
OPTION
C829
IGNITION
INTERFACE
16513739
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6.3.2 Connectors
Operation and Service Manual
49
50
VACS for Utilimaster Walk-In Vans
Operation and Service Manual
51
6.3.5 Power Feed
6.3.4 Entry Door Switch
6.3.3 RH Quarter Post
6.3.6 Dash Passenger Door Override
52
VACS for Utilimaster Walk-In Vans
6.3.7 Roof
Operation and Service Manual
53
6.3.8 Rear Jumper
54
VACS for Utilimaster Walk-In Vans
MAGNETIC
SWITCH 8
C800
9
C800
4
C812
1
C812
2
931 BK/WT 18
LEFT
DOOR
SOLENOID
927 BK/WT 18
IGNITION MODULE
500 BK 16
(GROUND)
936 RD 16
C810
2
C811
2
930 BK/WT 18
C810
1
C811
1
C801
4
C801
10
LEFT DOOR MODULE
936 RD 16
C800
10
C807
2
C800
7
C800
3
924 YL 18
C806
2
C801
7
C805
3
IGNITION MODULE
923 YL/BK 18
LEFT DOOR
RELEASE
SWITCH
922 BK 18
C805
2
500 BK 16
936 RD 16
921 DG/WT 18
934 RD 18
935 BK 18
C809
8
C809
3
C809
1
C809
2
C809
4
C809
6
C809
7
C808
8
C808
3
C808
1
C808
2
C808
4
C808
6
C808
7
C816
9
C816
4
C824
1
C824
2
C814
8
C814
3
C814
1
C814
2
C814
4
C814
6
C814
7
C813
8
C813
3
C813
1
C813
2
C813
4
C813
6
C813
7
C822
9
C822
4
C823
1
C823
2
962 BK/WT 18
ROLL-UP
DOOR
SOLENOID
961 BK/WT 18
C814
5
C813
5
933 BK/WT 18
BULKHEAD
DOOR
SOLENOID
MAGNETIC
SWITCH 6
C809
5
C808
5
935 BK 18
C803
1
C801
5
500 BK 16
C800
5
RIGHT DOOR
RELEASE
SWITCH
921 DG/WT 18
C804
3
RIGHT DOOR MODULE
936 RD 16
C803
8
9
934 RD 18
C803
5
1
500 BK 16
C803
.
RIGHT
DOOR
SOLENOID
920 DG 18
C804
7
C801
6
934 RD 18
C800
6
C806
3
938 DB/WT
C804
8
C801
1
935 BK 18
C800
1
C801
3
920 DG 18
C801
500 BK 16
C807
939 DB
C803
.
929 BK/WT 18
BULKHEAD
DOOR MODULE
ROLL-UP
DOOR MODULE
C822
7
C822
3
939 DB
938 DB/WT
920 DG 18
500 BK 16
936 RD 16
921 DG/WT 18
C825
CAB MOTION
SENSOR
926 YL 18
C815
1
C816
7
C825
520 BK 18
C815
2
C816
3
C818
4
C821
C825 C821
C825
MAGNETIC
SWITCH 7
BULKHEAD
DOOR
RELEASE
SWITCH
ROLL-UP
DOOR
RELEASE
SWITCH
MAGNETIC
SWITCH 8
58231090a23 (2000-2001)
960 YL/BK 18
C821
1
C821
2
510 BK 18
500 BK 16
CARGO MOTION
SENSOR
C817
4
925 BK 18
C816
1
C819
5
935 BK 18
C822
1
C820
5
C816
6
C819
3
934 RD 18
C820
3
C816
5
C819
2
C822
6
C820
2
500 BK 16
C822
5
C818
1
936 RD 16
C817
1
C818
2
500 BK 16
C817
2
C816
10
C819
4
C820
4
936 RD 16
C822
10
920 DG 18
C819
1
C820
1
Operation and Service Manual
500 BK 16
928 BK/WT 18
6.4 Schematic Overview
6.4.1 Model Year 2000–2001
55
MAGNETIC
SWITCH 8
931 BK/WT
LEFT
DOOR
SOLENOID
927 BK/WT
C800
9
C800
4
C812
1
C812
2
IGNITION MODULE
500 BK
(GROUND)
936 RD
C810
2
C811
2
930 BK/WT
C810
1
C811
1
C801
4
C801
10
LEFT DOOR MODULE
936 RD
C800
10
C801
5
500 BK
C800
5
C807
2
C800
7
C800
3
924 YL
C806
2
C801
7
C805
3
IGNITION MODULE
923 YL/BK
LEFT DOOR
RELEASE
SWITCH
922 BK
C805
2
500 BK
936 RD
921 DG/WT
934 RD
935 BK
935 BK
C803
1
RIGHT DOOR
RELEASE
SWITCH
921 DG/WT
C804
3
RIGHT DOOR MODULE
936 RD
C803
8
9
934 RD
C803
5
1
500 BK
C803
RIGHT
DOOR
SOLENOID
920 DG
C804
7
C801
6
934 RD
C800
6
C806
3
939 DB
C803
C801
1
935 BK
C800
1
C801
3
C809
8
C809
3
C809
1
C809
2
C809
4
C809
7
C808
8
C808
3
C808
1
C808
2
C808
4
C808
7
962 BK/WT
ROLL-UP
DOOR
SOLENOID
961 BK/WT
MAGNETIC
SWITCH 6
C809
5
C808
5
933 BK/WT
BULKHEAD
DOOR
SOLENOID
920 DG
C801
500 BK
C807
C822
4
C814
7
C813
7
C823
2
C814
4
C813
4
9
C814
2
C813
2
C822
C814
1
C813
1
1
C814
3
C813
3
C823
C814
8
C813
8
C816
4
C824
2
C814
5
9
1
C813
5
C816
C824
BULKHEAD
DOOR MODULE
ROLL-UP
DOOR MODULE
C822
7
C822
3
939 DB
920 DG
500 BK
936 RD
921 DG/WT
926 YL
C815
1
C816
7
520 BK
C815
2
C816
3
C825
C825
C821
C825 C821
C825
MAGNETIC
SWITCH 7
BULKHEAD
DOOR
RELEASE
SWITCH
ROLL-UP
DOOR
RELEASE
SWITCH
MAGNETIC
SWITCH 8
58231160a24 (2001-1/2 – 2002)
960 YL/BK
C821
1
C821
2
510 BK
500 BK
CARGO MOTION
SENSOR
C817
4
929 BK/WT
936 RD
C817
1
925 BK
C816
1
C819
5
935 BK
C822
1
C820
5
C816
6
C819
3
934 RD
C822
6
C820
3
C816
5
C819
2
C820
2
500 BK
C822
5
500 BK
C817
2
C816
10
C819
4
C820
4
936 RD
C822
10
920 DG
C819
1
C820
1
56
500 BK
928 BK/WT
6.4.2 Model Year 2001½–2003
VACS for Utilimaster Walk-In Vans
6.4.3 Model Year 2003 and Later
Operation and Service Manual
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6.5 Chassis to Body Wiring Interface
6.5.1 Horn Interface (Freightliner)
(4) DOVETAIL RELAYS
(UNDER DASH)
PINK/BLACK
WIRE
YELLOW
WIRE
CHASSIS
HARNESS
PINK/BLACK
WIRE
WHITE
WIRE
VACS
HARNESS
16512767
58231084 Rev A
6.5.2 Ignition Interface (Freightliner)
1430 RED 10 GA
(VACS)
1430 RED 10 GA
(CHASSIS)
1430 RED 10 GA
1535 WT 16 GA
bu
1535 WT 16 GA
(VACS)
ub
3
1999 Only
1019 RED 16 GA
1535 WT 16 GA
(CHASSIS)
1086 RED 18 GA
1086 RED 18 GA
(CHASSIS)
1019 RED 16 GA
(CHASSIS)
1019 RED 16 GA
1019 RED 18
(VACS)
1086 RED 18 GA
(VACS)
522 OR
1430 RED 10 GA
521 RD
1535 WT 16 GA
A B C D
1019 RED 18 GA
(NOT USED)
G F
71 WT
1019 RED 16 GA
52 RD
15 WT
1086 RED 18 GA
IGNITION SWITCH CONNECTOR
ONLY 1999
E
IGNITION SWITCH CONNECTOR
2000 - MAY 2001
IGNITION SWITCH CONNECTOR
MAY 2001 - 2004
58231085 Rev A
Connectors shown in terminal insertion view
58
VACS for Utilimaster Walk-In Vans
6.5.3 Chassis Interface (1999–2001 Freightliner)
1
2
3
4
5
1535 WT
1086 WT
1430 RD
1
5
4
2
1
5
4
2
1
5
4
2
1
5
4
946 YL
945 OR
936 RD
941 YL
1430 RD
942 OR/BK
1086 WT
943 PK
1430 RD
942 OR/BK
1019 RD
940 VT
1430 RD
942 OR/BK
1535 WT
START RELAY
2
944 LB
IGN RELAY
1019 RD
ACC RELAY
INT LIGHTS
1019 RD
6-WAY WEATHER PACK
FCCC HARNESS
WIRE COLORS MATCH
IS-1
CONN 1
F1
A
936 RD
936 RD
500 BK
500 BK
943 PK
941 YL
942 OR/BK
947 PK/BK
944 LB
940 VT
A
1
6
4
5
8
7
3
9
946 YL
947 PK/BK
947 PK/BK
945 OR
2
A
HORN
INTERFACE
6.5.4 Chassis Interface (2001–2003 Freightliner)
G
E
A
B
C
E
F
521 RD
F
522 OR
A
71 WT
B
15 WT
52 RD
4
52 RD
948 LG
5
52 RD
936 RD
1
71 WT
945 OR
2
15 WT
946 YL
4
521 RD
944 LB
5
522 OR
1
15 WT
2
942 OR/BK
4
52 RD
5
940 VT
1
942 OR/BK
2
IGNITION
SWITCH
CONNECTOR
IGNITION
CONNECTOR
START RELAY
71 RD
IGN RELAY
INT LIGHTS
CONN 1
936 RD
936 RD
500 BK
500 BK
943 PK
941 YL
942 OR/BK
947 PK/BK
944 LB
940 VT
947 PK/BK
A
A
1
6
4
5
8
7
3
9
946 YL
947 PK/BK
945 OR
2
HORN
INTERFACE
Operation and Service Manual
58231134a8
59
6.5.5 Chassis Interface (2003 and Later Freightliner)
60
VACS for Utilimaster Walk-In Vans
6.5.6 Chassis Interface (Navistar International)
2
3
770021-1
4
5
6
7
8
9
936 RD
A
B
C
12 LB
5
E
13 PK/WT
4
17 PK
2
MECH IGN
CONN
6
02984017
15 RD
1
942 OR/BK
5
940 VT
4
17 PK
2
15 RD
1
970 WT
A
START RELAY
CONN
7D
12033871
947 PK/BK
5
970 WT
4
HORN RELAY
CONN
7C
12033871
971 OR
2
CONN 4
ALARM HORN
PARTED
STRIP
936 RD
1
948 LG
945 OR
936 RD
944 LB
500 BK
ACC RELAY
CONN
7B
12033871
942 OR/BK
1
946 YL
CONN
1
936 RD
A
INT LIGHT RELAY
CONN
7A
12033871
1
2
4
5
CONN 9
ALARM HORN PWR
12010996
12 LB
CONN 8
CARGO LGT SWT (CAV 6)
PARTED
STRIP
15 RD
CONN 2
VCS PWR CIRCUIT
12015791
CONN 3
GRD STUD
BB-225-56X W/H.S.
17 PK
940 VT
941 YL
942 OR/BK
BUTT SPLICE
IGN CONN
5
SC-12-10
943 PK
12 LB
944 LB
13 PK/WT
947 PK/BK
945 OR
15 RD
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM FOR 16513024
VACS WIRES AT POSITIVE BATTERY POST
Red wire = VACS power at battery - 20 Amp Fuse
Orange wire = VACS alarm horn at battery - 15 Amp Fuse
VACS current draw > 80 ma AWAKE
VACS current draw < 20 ma ASLEEP
VACS current draw = 20 ma ASLEEP AND ONE DOOR OPEN
Operation and Service Manual
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6.6 Circuit Number Identification
62
VACS for Utilimaster Walk-In Vans
7.0 Recessing the Rear Access Reader
7.1 Overview
VACS access readers are impact resistant, but they will not withstand the force of a vehicle backing into a dock
or other obstacle. To prevent damaging the rear access reader, the reader can be removed and reinstalled into
a recessed position. To remount the rear access reader in a recessed location, order the Recessed Rear
Reader Retrofit Kit (P/N 23002142SK).
WARNING: Put the transmission in PARK and set the parking brake before working
on the vehicle.
WARNING: Always wear safety glasses while working on the vehicle.
7.2 Exploded Parts List
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
DET
2
HEYCO DOME PLUG
08611175
4
WASHER 1/4 FLAT USS (149/LB) ZINC .
11008114
4
NUT 1/4-20 FNSH HEX SS 18-8 04201NF
11600811
REF
LATCH RR DR KYLS ENTRY 599507AF1
08610836
REF
PLATE SHIM REAR ALUM KEYLESS ENTRY
06922628
REF
SHIELD SECURITY LWR RR DR KYLS ENTRY
22817011
REF
SHIELD UPR SECURITY RR DR KYLS ENTRY
22816756
SCREW #10-24 X 1/2 SLT IDHXWH FZ
REF
11600724
BOLT HXCP 1/4-20 x 1 G5Z 14C1HC5Z
REF
11005597
REF
WASHER, FLAT #10 SAEZ 10SAEFWZ
11008411
SCREW 1/4-20 x 1-1/2 14C112TPMSS1
4
11305083
REF
READER, ACCESS KYLE ENTRY 599073AA1
16512777
1
GASKET, RECESSED READER
05705688
SPACER 3/4" PLENUM 01-05197
4
17900528
PLATE, RECESSED READER MOUNT
1
06924258
QTY PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
15
5
Ref
2
7
4
1
Ref
13
Ref
9
14
3
6
12
11
10
Ref
Ref
Ref
8
Ref
Ref
Illustration VA–100 Recessed Reader Kit Parts and Reference Parts
Operation and Service Manual
63
7.3 Procedure
NOTE: Read all instructions before beginning.
1. Disconnect the main wire harness to the rear door access
module (aluminum box). Disconnecting this first will protect the
rest of the system. This is the larger of the two harnesses that
plug into the module. (See Illustration VA–105.)
2. Disconnect the access reader wire harness.
3. Carefully cut the wire ties holding the harnesses together.
4. Disconnect the electrical connection to the rear door solenoid
and unhook the wire harness from the taillight cover. (See
Illustration VA–110.)
Illustration VA–105
Disconnect Module
5. Remove the one Torx® head screw attaching the taillight cover to
the floor. Retain the screw for reinstallation. (See Illustration
VA–110.)
NOTE: The rear latch solenoid has been removed to
clarify these instructions. See Illustration VA–115.
6. Remove the four #10 screws holding the reader in place and
remove the reader. Remove the plastic wire grommet from the
rear structure and retain.
7. Line up the reader plate as shown. (See Illustration VA–120.)
CAUTION: This step is going to use the recessed
reader mounting plate as a drill fixture. Please read
twice and drill once!
Notice the new reader location will be located below and to the
left of the existing holes! Use the 3/8" diameter bolts to temporarily hold the plate in place using the existing hole. Do not
tighten more than finger-tight.
Illustration VA–110 Remove Cover
8. Drill four 0.257" diameter (17/64") holes located 1" from edge of
plate. (See Illustration VA–120.)
0.257" Dia. Holes
Pilot Hole for Hole Saw
Illustration VA–115 Latch Solenoid
64
Illustration VA–120 Reader Plate
VACS for Utilimaster Walk-In Vans
9. Drill the center hole to the same diameter as the guide
drill of your hole saw. (See Illustrations VA–120 and
VA–125.)
CAUTION: Use a quality hole saw because the
hole diameter is important to good sealing.
10. Remove the plate.
Illustration VA–125 Drill 4" Hole
11. Use a hole saw to drill a 4" diameter hole in the rear
structure. (See Illustration VA–125.)
12. Deburr the hole to remove sharp edges. (See
Illustration VA–130.)
13. Thoroughly clean the interior surface of the rear wall.
14. Peel off the paper from the back of the gasket and
install it on the inside of rear structure. Be very careful
to line up the center hole and mounting holes. (See
Illustration VA–135.)
15. Install 1/4-20 stainless screws, and then install 3/4"
long spacers. (See Illustration VA–135.)
Illustration VA–130
Deburr Opening
16. Install the plastic wire grommet on the reader mounting
plate. (See Illustration VA–140.)
17. Attach the reader to the plate using 4 screws removed
earlier. Torque to 10 to 15 in•lb.
18. Install the plate with the reader attached to the rear
structure. (See Illustration VA–145.) Tighten the
Illustration VA–135
Gasket with Spacers
Illustration VA–140
Feed Harness with Grommet
Operation and Service Manual
Illustration VA–145
Attach Mounting Plate
65
1/4-20 nuts until the spacers bottom out. Do not
over tighten. (Torque to 4 lb•ft.)
19. Use metal shears or a saber saw to notch the
taillight cover. The notch is 1" deep, extending 4"
below solenoid notch and 1" above solenoid
notch. (See Illustration VA–150.)
CAUTION: Make sure wires do not get pinched
and that they are fastened securely.
20. Reinstall the taillight cover using the same fastener.
(See Illustration VA–155.)
Illustration VA–150
Notch Light Cover
21. Reconnect the access reader harness.
22. Reconnect the control module harness.
23. Secure the wires to their original positions with
wire ties.
24. Install dome plugs from the exterior. (See
Illustration VA–160.)
25. Follow the standard paint repair procedure to
touch up the paint around the reader. (See
Illustration VA–165.) Refer to Utilimaster Body
Service Manual.
Illustration VA–160
Install Dome Plugs
66
Illustration VA–155
Install Light Cover
Illustration VA–165
Recessed Access Reader Completed
VACS for Utilimaster Walk-In Vans
8.0 Assembly Drawings
8.1 Side Door
1) ALL DIMENSIONS TO OUTSIDE UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
2) .19 - .25 GAP BETWEEN MAGNET & SENSOR (DET.3) IS REQ'D.
3 TORQUE DET.13 10-24 SELF THREADING FASTENERS TO 10 TO 15 IN.LBS.ONLY.
4) ASSEMBLY MUST COMPLY WITH FMVSS-206.
11
11
12
10
16
1
2
8
9
15
3
.50
.50
4
WIRE HARNESS
7
14
WIRE HARNESS
17
DETAIL
A
STRIKER PLATE &
NUT-PLATE ASSY.
21.50
3
13
6
A
18
1
OUTSIDE MTD. READER
WIRING GOES THROUGH
DET.6. BUSHING PULLED
OUT TO SHOW PART &
LOCATION.
RH SHOWN
LH OPPOSITE
18 4
17 2
16 4
15 2
14 2
13 4
12 2
11
4
10 2
9
1
8
2
7
1
6
1
4
1
3
1
1
2
1
1
DET QTY
11008411
11005612
11305103
11008114
11008115
11600724
11600002
11300206
11400207
08610831
08610832
06919199
16500073
16500132
16512556
06921297
08610835
PART NO.
WASHER, #10 FLAT
BOLT, 1/4-20 X 1 3/4 HEX.CAP
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 1.0 PH SS
WASHER, PLAIN 1/4
WASHER, LOCK 1/4
SCREW, #10-24 X .50 SLT HEX HD.
SCREW CAP BLACK 137 X 3/4
SCREW, #8 X 1.00 DRILL PT.SS
RIVET, POP PLAIN
ASSY NUT PL. STRIKER SPACER INNER
ASSY NUT PL. STRIKER SPACER OUTER
PLATE, DOOR STRIKER BASE
BUSHING, 7/8
BUSHING, 3/8
REED SWITCH & MAGNET
ANGLE, MTG MAG SIDE DR KYLS ENT
LATCH, RIGHT HAND
PART TITLE
INSTAL DR LATCH RH KYLS ENT
54232736
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8.2 Bulkhead Door
NOTES: 1) ALL DIMENSIONS TO OUTSIDE UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
2) .19 - .25 GAP BETWEEN MAGNET & SENSOR (DET.3) IS REQ'D.
3 TORQUE DET.10 10-24 SELF THREADING FASTENER TO 10 TO 15 IN.LBS.ONLY.
22
WIRE HARNESS
21
9
4
8
21
4
20
21
18
6
17
16
5
5
21
19
3
3
15
15
13
12
16
11
A
23
24
26
7
25
1
10
3
1
2
68
23
25
4
24
2
23
4
3
22
4
21
4
20
2
19
2
18
2
17
2
16
2
15
6
14
2
13
2
12
11
4
10
4
9
1
8
1
7
1
6
1
5
1
4
2
3
1
2
1
1
1
DET QTY
11008411
11008114
11400108-0308H
11400025
11400207
11301314
11600002
11301624
11300206
11301833
11303638
11000039
11000067
11305103
11305180
11600724
06921217
16512776
16500073
16512556
06921295
08706376
16512554
06919180
08610834
PART NUMBER
WASHER, #10 FLAT
WASHER, 1/4 PLAIN
RIVET,BR HD 3/16 X 3/8 AN455AD6-8
MONOBOLT 3/16" ALUM.SHORT
RIVET, POP PLAIN AD48BS
SCREW, 8-32 X.50 LG.TR.HD.DR.PT.
CAP,SCREW BLACK 137 X 3/4
SCREW, 8-32 X 1.0 ZINC
SCREW, 8-32 X 1.0 DR.PT.SS
NUT, HEX KEPS 8-32 ZINC
SCREW, 10 X.50 LG. PTR 10C12TPMSZ
NUT, LOCK 1/4-20 2 WAY
NUT, HEX KEPS 10-24 ZINC
SCREW,1/4-20 X 1.00 LG. PH.HD.
SCREW,1/4-20 X 2.75 LG. PH.HD.
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BRACKET, MODULE MOUNTING
MODULE, ACCESS CONTROL
BUSHING, 7/8 SB500-6
REED SWITCH & MAGNET #1000-51W
PLATE, MTG MAG BULKHD DR KYLS ENT
J-CLAMP 1/2"
BUTTON, HORN
BRACKET, BULKHEAD DOOR LATCH
LATCH, LEFT HAND (#598830)
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2 .19 - .25 GAP BETWEEN MAGNET & SENSOR (DET.3) IS REQ'D.
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STRAP, PLASTIC BLACK 8.5"
CAP, SCREW BLACK 137 X 3/4
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ANGLE, AE 06002025 IA1999 x 3.00"
BUTTON, HORN
PLATE, SHIM AL RR. KYLS ENT.
MODULE, ACCESS CONTROL
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LATCH, REAR
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ASSY, INSTR PANEL AC
ASSY, INSTR PANEL (Heat Only)
ANGLE, SHIFTER SUPPORT
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 3/4
WASHER, NEOBOND 1/4 X 5/8 OD
RIVET, POP BLACK
TOGGLE PNL ISB ENG W/ABS
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Appendixes
VACS Operator's Guide
1.0 Waking Up and Unlocking VACS System
VACS
Operator’s
Guide
Hold for 5 seconds
NOTE: This guide may describe options that are not available on your vehicle.
1.1 Waking Up System
NOTE: Vehicle will not respond unless it reads a programmed transponder.
NOTE: For optimum performance, hold transponder 3–6 inches from the reader.
If the vehicle is unused for more than an hour, it is necessary to wake up the VACS
(Vehicle Access Control System) by using one of the following methods:
• Hold the transponder in position by any access reader for up to 5 seconds.
• Pressing an interior door release switch.
• Starting the engine.
1.1 Wake up
1.2 Unlock From Outside
NOTE: Electronic door latches will be inoperative if activated more than 3 times per
minute until the cycle time elapses.
•
To unlock a cab exterior door from the outside, the rear door from the outside,
or the bulkhead door from the cab side, slowly pass the transponder in front of
the access reader. This will unlock the door for 5 seconds.
1.2 Open door (outside)
1.3 Unlock From Inside
NOTE: A transponder is not required to exit from the vehicle.
•
•
•
To open a cab door from inside the cab, press the door unlock switch (mounted
on the dash). This will unlock the door for 5 seconds.
To open the bulkhead door from inside the cargo area, press the button mounted
beside the bulkhead door. This will unlock the door for 5 seconds.
To open the rear door from inside the cargo area, press the button mounted
beside the rear door. This will unlock the door for 5 seconds.
1.4 Emergency Entrance and Exit
• In the event of a dead battery, the vehicle may be entered with a key via the rear
roll-up door. Contact your maintenance facility for assistance.
• Each door dead bolt can be manually operated from the interior.
2.0 Starting and Stopping Vehicle
2.1 Activating Accessories
• Place the hand with the transponder strapped to the wrist above the ignition
control reader and press the green start switch for less than 1/2 second. This
will activate the accessory mode.
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1.3 Open door (inside)
Less than 1/2
second
ST
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2.1 Accessory mode
VACS for Utilimaster Walk-In Vans
2.2 Starting Engine
NOTE: All doors must be closed (including bulkhead)
to start vehicle in normal operation. If a door is ajar, a
red LED on the ignition reader will flash when
attempting to start the unit.
•
On gas engines, place hand with the transponder above ignition control reader, and press
the green start switch until engine starts.
•
On diesel engines, place hand with the tranClose
allalldoors
2.2
Close
doors
sponder above ignition control reader, and
press the green start switch for less than 1/2 second or until the instrument
panel lights turn on. After the “Wait to Start” light goes off, press the green
start switch until engine starts.
ST
AR
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2.2 Start engine
ST
OP
NOTE: You have 10 seconds after the start switch is released to try and restart the
vehicle. If this time has expired, the red stop switch has to be pressed, and then the
green start switch has to be pressed again to start the engine.
2.3 Stopping Engine
NOTE: No transponder is needed to shut off the engine.
•
Press the red stop switch for more than 1/4 second. The engine will stop,
and the interior lights will activate for 10 seconds.
2.3 Stop engine
Door closed
Door open
3.0 Vehicle Security
3.1 Operating Modes
NOTE: If the alarm is disarmed/deactivated and the vehicle is not started or in
accessory mode, the system will arm itself after 10 seconds.
VACS has two operating modes. To toggle between modes (while in accessory
mode or when engine is running), press the black mode button.
• Door Opened (Red LED): The security system will be armed 10 seconds
after any exterior door is opened.
• Door Closed (Yellow LED): The security system will be armed 10 seconds
after all exterior doors are closed.
3.1 Operating modes
ST
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3.2 Disarming/Deactivating the Alarm
The alarm can be deactivated by any one of the following methods:
• A valid transponder is read by any access reader.
• Starting the vehicle with a valid transponder.
Disarm
3.2
Disarm alarm
alarm
For additional information, browse www.utilimaster.com/vacs. From there, the Vehicle Access
Controls System Operation and Service Manual (Part Number 03102103) can be downloaded in
Adobe Acrobat format. Also, a (paper) copy can be ordered by emailing CustSvc@Utilimaster.com,
calling 800–237–7806 (574–862–3219), or faxing 574–862–7637.
VACS Operator’s Guide (Part Number 03102240) Revision C
®
©2003, Utilimaster. Rev. C, printed Aug 2003 in U.S.A. Utilimaster Corporation, 65906 State Road 19, P.O. Box 585, Wakarusa, Indiana, 46573–0585.
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VACS Programming Guide
VACS
Programming
Guide
Programming Modes
Red switch
There are three modes of programming on a VACS (Vehicle Access Control System) or keyless-entry vehicle:
• Mode 1: Adding new user transponder code(s).
• Mode 2: Deleting all existing user transponder code(s) and adding new user transponder code(s).
• Mode 3: Changing to a new master programming card (which automatically deletes all existing user
transponder codes).
‰
Black switch
You may experience an anomaly when performing Mode 3 programming. In some cases, the new programming
card information may not be stored in all vehicle reader (and corresponding control module) locations. Please
note that Modes 1 and 2 are not affected by this programming anomaly and the anomaly will not affect the dayto-day operation of any keyless entry vehicle for a driver with a valid user transponder (wristband or key fob).
Note that instructions for access readers in the following sections also apply to the ignition reader with the
following additions and exceptions:
‰ To use the ignition reader for programming, the vehicle must be off. (The red switch shuts off the engine.)
‰ Hold the master programming card above the ignition reader and press the black switch in order to activate
programming mode. The black switch is pressed (once) to simulate each pass of the master programming card
by an access reader.
‰ Press the black switch in order to add codes while holding the new transponder above the ignition reader.
‰ Press the red switch to exit programming mode.
Ignition Reader
1 flash
1
2 quick
flashes
2
2 quick
flashes
3
Mode 1—Adding New User Transponder Codes
1.
2.
3.
Slowly pass the master programming card by the access reader and observe that the red LED in the access
reader will flash once. This indicates that the system is in the add mode of operation.
Slowly pass a non-programmed transponder by the access reader and observe that the red LED will flash
quickly twice. This indicates that the transponder has been added to the system’s memory.
You may continue to add codes to the system’s memory by simply passing non-programmed transponders by
the access reader.
There are four methods of exiting this mode of operation:
• Pass a programmed transponder by the access reader.
• Pass the master programming card by the access reader.
• Programming mode will be exited automatically after 10 codes have been stored.
• Programming mode will be exited automatically after 5 minutes of inactivity.
Mode 1 Programming
Note: The red LED will illuminate for about 1 second to indicate the operator has exited the programming mode.
1st Pass:
1 flash
1
2nd Pass:
2 flashes
Mode 2—Deleting All Existing User Transponder Codes and Adding New
User Transponder Codes
1.
2.
3.
Slowly pass the master programming card by the access reader once, and then pass it by the access reader a
second time. The red LED in the access reader will flash once and then twice. This indicates that the system is
in the delete mode of operation.
Slowly pass a transponder by the access reader. The red LED will flash quickly twice. This indicates that all
existing codes in memory have now been deleted and the transponder that you just passed by the access reader
has been added to the system’s memory.
You may continue to add codes to the system’s memory by simply passing non-programmed transponders by
the access reader.
2 quick
flashes
There are four methods of exiting this mode of operation:
• Pass a programmed transponder by the access reader.
• Pass the master programming card by the access reader.
• Programming mode will be exited automatically after 10 codes have been stored.
• Programming mode will be exited automatically after 5 minutes of inactivity.
Note: The red LED will illuminate for about 1 second to indicate the operator has exited the programming mode.
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2 quick
flashes
2
3
Mode 2 Programming
VACS for Utilimaster Walk-In Vans
Mode 3—Changing to a New Master Programming Card (which
Automatically Deletes All Existing User Transponder Codes)
1st Pass:
1 flash
Programming New Card
2nd Pass:
2 flashes
1.
3rd Pass:
3 flashes
Slowly pass the master programming card by the access reader once, twice, and again a third time while
observing that the red LED in the access reader will flash once, and then twice, and then three times. This
indicates that the system is in the add new master programming card mode of operation.
Note: If the master programming card is passed by the access reader a fourth time, the red LED will flash once
indicating that the operator has exited the programming mode with no changes made to the system.
2.
Slowly pass the desired new master programming card by the access reader once, twice, and again a third time
while observing that the red LED in the access reader will flash once, and then twice, and then three times.
After the third pass, the system will save the new master programming card, delete all existing user transponder code(s), and exit the programming mode automatically.
Note: The red LED will illuminate for about 1 second to indicate the operator has exited the programming mode.
1
2
1st Pass:
1 flash
2nd Pass:
2 flashes
New
card
3rd Pass:
3 flashes
Mode 3 Programming
To determine if the Mode 3 programming anomaly exists, you must check every door access module location
and the ignition module location to verify each location recognizes the correct master programming card.
Checking Door Access Modules
1st Pass:
1 flash
At each door, perform the following sequence:
1. Hold the master programming card about 2 inches away from the reader and observe a single red flash.
2. Move the master programming card away from the reader. (Note: Remaining access locations should have
their red indicators illuminated and will be inactive at this time.)
3. Present the master programming card a second time and observe two red flashes.
4. Move the master programming card away from the reader.
5. Present the master programming card a third time and observe three red flashes.
6. Move the master programming card away from the reader.
7. Present the master programming card a fourth time and observe a 1–second red flash. (Note: Remaining
access locations should have their red indicators extinguished at this time.)
2nd Pass:
2 flashes
1–6
3rd Pass:
3 flashes
7
4th Pass:
1–second
flash
This process simply cycles through the programming options of the system without making any changes.
Checking Ignition Module
1.
2.
3.
Checking Door Access
If the engine is not already off, stop the engine by pressing the red switch.
Hold the master programming card approximately 2 inches above the spherical area of the ignition reader, and
then press and release the black switch. Observe a single red flash. (Note: Remaining access locations should
have their red indicators illuminated and will be inactive at this time.)
Remove the master programming card. Press and release the red switch and observe a 1–second red flash.
(Note: Remaining access locations should have their red indicators extinguished at this time.) Again, this
process does not make any changes to the system.
Stop engine (if not
already off)
1
STO
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If each reader location recognizes the correct master programming card, then no further action is required.
If a reader location does not recognize the correct master programming card, then it still contains the information
from a previously stored master programming card. Typically, the information from a previously stored master
programming card would be the T1000 transport card. The steps in the next section must be taken at the affected
reader location.
Present card,
press black
switch, and
observe 1
flash
2
Remove card, press
red switch, and
observe a 1–second
flash
3
Reprogramming an Affected Module
1.
2.
3.
Use the previously stored master programming card to enter the desired new master programming card by
following Steps 1 and 2 under “Programming New Card” above.
Using the master programming card you have just programmed into the system, follow Steps 1 through 7
under “Checking Door Access Modules” and Steps 1 through 3 under “Checking Ignition Module” above.
After each location recognizes the correct master programming card, then you must reenter all desired
transponder codes.
STO
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Whenever Mode 3 programming is performed on a vehicle, it is necessary to confirm that the correct master
programming card is recognized at all door module locations and the ignition module location.
Checking Ignition
For additional information, browse www.utilimaster.com/vacs. From there, the Vehicle Access Controls System Operation and Service Manual (Part
Number 03102103) can be downloaded in Adobe Acrobat format. Also, a (paper) copy can be ordered by emailing CustSvc@Utilimaster.com, calling
800–237–7806 (574–862–3219), or faxing 574–862–7637.
VACS Programming Guide (Part Number 03102519-RY01EN) Revision B
©2003, Utilimaster.® Rev. B, printed August 2003 in U.S.A. Utilimaster Corporation 65906 State Road 19, P.O. Box 585
Wakarusa, Indiana, 46573-0585, (800–862–4561).
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Filing Warranty Claims
If a problem on the Utilimaster body is caused by a
defect in materials or workmanship during the warranty
period, it will be covered by our Limited Warranty.
Chassis, engine, tires, and battery failures are covered
by the individual manufacturers.
Claims must meet the requirements listed below.
Failure to meet these requirements may result in a
denied or delayed claim.
Complete a repair order with the following
information:
• Chassis VIN or Utilimaster Body Serial
Number.
• Year and model of vehicle.
• Owner’s and/or service facility’s name and
complete address.
• Service center representative’s signature
(or name).
• Date vehicle was repaired.
• Mileage at time of failure.
• Itemized description of the problem, including complaint, cause of failure (if known),
and correction (describe in detail).
• Service center labor rate and total time of
repair.
• Total claim amount, including cost of parts
(include Utilimaster P/Ns), labor, miscellaneous charges, and sales tax (if applicable).
• Your claim or repair order number.
NOTE: The claim or repair order
number is the number used to
match Utilimaster payment with
the work done. It will be noted on
your payment.
• Utilimaster authorization number (repairs
costing over $150 U.S. or for structural warranty require prior authorization from
Utilimaster).
Other claim requirements:
• Any repairs over $150 U.S. or for structural
warranty require prior authorization from
Utilimaster, and that number must appear on the
repair order. Contact the Warranty Department.
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• Any claim that is not legible and complete will
be returned for completion.
• All paint claims require pictures, estimates, and
prior authorization.
• Shipping damage claims also require pictures,
estimates, and prior authorization. The damage
must also be noted on the Delivery Acceptance
form. This form requires the signature of the
carrier driver.
• Sublet work must have the sublet repair order
attached to the service facility’s repair order that
is being submitted.
• Claims must be submitted within 30 days after
the repair is completed.
The claim can be mailed, faxed, emailed, or
performed on-line on our web site (assuming all
required information is included).
• Warranty claims should be mailed to:
Utilimaster
Attn: Warranty Department
65528 State Road 19
P.O. Box 585
Wakarusa, IN 46573-0585
U.S.A.
• Alternately, you can fax your claim (if no photographs are involved) with the above information
to 574-862-7637. (The resolution of the
received copies must be acceptable, or you will
be asked to mail your hard copies.)
• Or you can email your claim with the above
information to Warranty@Utilimaster.com.
(You can download a customizable Warranty
Claim Form template from the Utilimaster web
site www.utilimaster.com. The template has a
header that you can customize with your name
and address. Then, to file a claim, you only have
to enter the specific information about the
vehicle—saving retyping the same address
information repeatedly. After completing the
form information, the file can be emailed as an
attachment. This form can also be used for
mailing or faxing.)
VACS for Utilimaster Walk-In Vans
Claims are paid semimonthly. Utilimaster generally does not pay sales tax on claims. If you do not have our tax
exemption number on file, please call 800-582-3454 or 574-862-4561 and ask for the accounting department
to obtain the number.
Before returning any parts, contact a Utilimaster Warranty representative.
CAUTION: Utilimaster vehicles are built to designed specifications. Improper use or
overloading can cause damage to the equipment and void the warranty.
WARNING: Unauthorized alteration or improper maintenance or repair can result in possible
dangerous driving conditions.
Ordering Parts
How to Order
To order parts for this vehicle, gather the
following information:
• Model and year of vehicle (200_ Aeromaster
on _____ chassis).
• Chassis VIN or Utilimaster Body Number
• Complete shipping address
• Preferred method of shipping
• Complete description of all the necessary
parts (see the Part Numbers section in this
manual or the relevant Utilimaster Body parts
manual)
• Method of payment
NOTE: Customer Service prefers
payment by Visa, MasterCard,
Discover, or American Express
credit cards. Purchase Orders from
customers with established open
accounts are also accepted.
Then contact Utilimaster Customer Service by
using one of the following methods:
• Email your order to
CustSvc@Utilimaster.com. (See the
Customizable Parts Order Form section.)
• Fax your order to 574-862-7637.
• Call 800-237-7806 (574-862-3219) and ask
for the Parts Department.
• Mail or express service your order to the
following address:
Utilimaster Corp.
Attn: Parts Department
65528 State Road 19
P.O. Box 585
Wakarusa, IN 46573-0585
U.S.A.
Returns
To return parts for credit, call the Customer Service
Department for prior authorization. All returns must be
shipped prepaid freight. A restocking fee will be charged
to all returns. Special-order parts are not returnable.
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Parts Order Form
U tilim aster C orp.
Address
Service Center Nam e
City, State, Zip
C ontact Person
Phone
Em ail
Fax
To
Utilimaster Parts Department
FAX
574–862–7637
65528 State Road 19, P.O. Box 585
Wakarusa, IN 46573–0585, U.S.A.
Date
Preferred Shipping
(i.e., type of carrier and service priority)
Re
Parts Order
or Request for Quote Only
Credit Card #
(or PO# for customers with open accounts)
Special Instructions
Signature
(e.g., different shipping address)
Service center representative's signature
Vehicle Model
Utilimaster Body S/N or Chassis VIN
Application
Maintenance __ Accident __
or Warranty __
Order
Item #
Utilimaster
Part Number
Part
Description
Quantity
Comments (optional)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Utilimaster Customer Service 800-237-7806
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Utilimaster Parts Order
VACS for Utilimaster Walk-In Vans
Reporting Safety Defects
United States Only
If you believe that your vehicle has a defect that could
cause a crash, injury, or death, you should immediately inform the National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration (NHTSA), in addition to notifying
Utilimaster.
If NHTSA receives similar complaints, it may open an
investigation, and if it finds that a safety defect exists
in a group of vehicles, it may order a recall and
remedy campaign. However, NHTSA cannot
become involved in individual problems between you,
your dealer, or Utilimaster.
To contact NHTSA, you may either call the Auto Safety
Hotline toll-free at 800-424-9393 (or 202-366-0123 in
the Washington, D.C., area) or write to:
NHTSA
U.S. Department of Transportation
400 Seventh Street
Washington, DC 20590
Towing and Emergency Repairs
Problems with the Utilimaster body are unlikely to
disable a vehicle enough to make it undrivable. See
the chassis operator’s manual and the engine
service manual for emergency information.
See the chassis operator’s manual for information on towing procedures. Utilimaster recommends the following:
•
A wheel lift or flatbed equipment is the
preferred method of towing.
You can also obtain other information about motor
vehicle safety from the Hotline.
•
Unload the vehicle when possible to reduce
stress on the chassis during towing.
Canada Only
•
Be sure to place the transmission in Neutral
and fully release the parking brake if towing.
If you believe that your Canadian-registered vehicle
has a defect that could cause a crash, injury, or death,
you should immediately inform Transport Canada, in
addition to notifying Utilimaster.
To contact Transport Canada, call 800-333-0510 (or
613-993-9851 in the Ottawa region) or write to:
Transport Canada
Motor Vehicle Defect Investigation
PO Box 8880
Ottawa, Ontario, K1G 3J2
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More Information
Download Files
Many support documents, including those described here, are downloadable (as
Adobe® Acrobat® PDF files) from our award-winning web site at
www.utilimaster.com. Click on the Technical Manuals button, to access the
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Utilimaster Quick Reference Parts Guide
Easily find commonly replaced parts for most Utilimaster vehicles in the Utilimaster
Quick Reference Parts Guide. This illustrated document includes part numbers for
door hardware, electrical components, mirrors, vents, mud flaps, roll-up door parts,
and many other parts. It also includes sealants and repair kits.
Utilimaster Detailed Parts and Wiring Manuals
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Contact Utilimaster
Browse our site for more information about Utilimaster and its products or
contact Utilimaster Customer Service by using one of the following
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• Call 800-237-7806 (or 574-862-3219).
• Fax to 574-862-7637.
• Email to CustSvc@Utilimaster.com.
• Mail to the following address:
Utilimaster
Attn: Customer Service Department
65528 State Road 19
P.O. Box 585
Wakarusa, IN 46573-0585
U.S.A.
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Index
A
Access control module. See Control module
Access reader 11, 37, 63, 67
Accessories 15
Address
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 79
Transport Canada 79
U.S. Department of Transportation 79
Utilimaster
Customer Service 80
Parts department 77
Warranty department 76
Alarm 17
Appendixes 74
Assembly drawings 67
B
Battery 13
Body serial number 8
Bumper 80
C
Cautions 10
Chassis interface 58, 59, 60, 61
Circuit number identification 62
Componet failures 31
Connectors 40, 44, 49
Control module 11, 24, 28, 30
D
Dash 41, 46
Depot (or station) programming
card. See Master programming card
Digital voltmeter (DVOM) 9
Disarming the alarm 17
Door
Assembly drawings 67
Hardware
28, 36, 37, 63, 67, 68, 69
Switch 14, 38, 41, 45, 67, 68, 69
Unlocking 14
DVOM (digital voltmeter) 9
E
Electrical 80
Email 76, 77, 80
Emergency exit 14
Emergency repairs 79
Engine, starting 15
Engine, stopping 16
F
FCC equipment certification 19
Federal Certification Label 8
Forms 78
Fuses 13
H
Harness layouts 39, 43, 48
Horn 13, 29, 58
I
Ignition 11, 25, 28, 58, 70, 71
Ignition control module. See Control
module
Ignition reader 11, 70, 71
J
Jumper, rear 54
K
Key fob. See Transponder
L
Lights 15, 29
Operation and Service Manual
81
M
R
Maintenance and service 36, 37
Master programming card 12, 24, 30, 33
Memory saver 9
Motion sensor 29, 30
Return parts 77
Revision 3
Roof 42, 46, 53
N
Notes 10
Notices 3
Numbers
Body serial number 8
Part 11
Phone 76, 77, 79, 80
VIN 8
Work order 8
Numbers, circuit identification 62
O
Operation (VACS) 14
Override switch 52
P
Parts
Assembly 67
Guide 80
Numbers 11
Ordering 77, 78
Return 77
Passenger door 52
Phone numbers
NHTSA 79
Transport Canada 79
Utilimaster Customer Service 77, 80
Warranty claims (fax) 76
Power feed 45
Program card. See Master programming
card
Programming 11, 17, 74
Programming Guide, VACS 74
Q
S
Safety
Considerations 10
Defects, reporting 79
Security modes 16
Serial number, body 8
Service 36, 37
Starting the engine 15
Station (or depot) programming card. See
Master programming card
Stopping the alarm 17
Stopping the engine 15, 16
T
T1000 transport card. See Master programming card
Terminal extraction tool 9
Terminal tool kit 9
Tools 9
Torque wrench 9
Towing 79
Transponder 11, 14, 17, 74
Troubleshooting 19
U
Unlocking, doors 14
Utilimaster body serial number 8
Utilimaster Customer Service 76, 77, 80
Utilimaster Quick Reference Parts Guide
80
V
VACS Programming Guide 74
Vehicle Access Control System (VACS)
defined 14
VIN 8
Quarter post 41, 45, 51
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W
Waking up system 14
Warnings 10
Warranty claims 76
Web site 3, 76, 80
Wire diagrams 39, 43, 58
Work order number 9
Wristband. See Transponder
Operation and Service Manual
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Notes
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