6008-99 installation instructions
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INDEX:
* WIRING INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................ PG 2-6
* LED STATUS INDICATOR ............................................................... PG 7
* SHOCK SENSOR ........................................................................... PG 7
* VALET/OVERRIDE BUTTON ............................................................ PG 8
* EMERGENCY PROTECTION MODE.................................................. PG 8
* PROGRAMMABLE JUMPER-PINS................................................... PG 9
* CODE-LEARNING & PROGRAMMING SECTIONS............................. PG 9-12
* ANTI HI-JACK............................................................................... PG 13
* DOOR LOCKING SECTION.............................................................. PG 14-20
* QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE ............................................................ PG 21
* WIRING DIAGRAM.......................................................................... PG 24
Under the conditions of this warranty, MAS will repair the control module and transmitters if found to have a defect in material or factory workmanship for the lifetime of the
car in which it is originally installed. The installation must be performed by an authorized
MAS dealer for this warranty to be valid. This warranty is offered to the original purchase and is not transferrable. This warranty will be void if the product has been
abused, altered, improperly installed or subjected to any other factor that is beyond the
manufacturer’s control. This warranty does not cover labor costs for removal or reinstallation nor replacement costs of consumable items such as batteries, fuses, etc.
ANTI CODE-GRABBING PROTECTION
This Is An Anti Code-Grabbing System. The Remote Control
Changes The Code It Transmits Every Time It Operates The
Alarm. If A Used Or Duplicate Code Is Received The Alarm
Will Automatically Trigger.
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WIRING INSTRUCTIONS
MAIN HARNESS
RED: MAIN POWER CONNECTION.
• Connect To The (+)12 Volt Positive Battery Terminal, Fused At 15 AMPS.
WHITE: PARKING LIGHT OUTPUT
-
CONNECT This Wire To The Vehicle’s (+)12 Volt Positive Parking Light Circuit.
This Output Will Provide A Flashing (+)12 Volt Positive Signal To Energize The Vehicle’s Parking Lights.
The Vehicle’s Parking Light Wire Will Show (+)12 Volts Positive ONLY When The Light Switch Is Turned To
The “ PARKING LIGHT” And “HEADLIGHT” Positions.
The Vehicle’s Parking Light Wire Can Usually Be Found At The Light Switch, Fuse Junction Block,Or In The
Harness Which Runs To The Rear Of The Vehicle (Usually Found In The Driver’s Side Kick-Panel).
For Vehicle’s With Separately Fused LEFT & RIGHT Side Parking Light Circuits Either 2 Diodes
(6-10 amps each) Or 2 External Relays Can Be Used To Separate The Left Side Parking Lights From
The Right Side Parking Lights. (SEE DIAGRAM)
-
**** DO NOT Connect This Wire To The Dimmer Switch. This Could Cause Damage To The Vehicle’s Circuit.
**** DO NOT Connect The Modules Flashing Light Wire Directly To Flash The Vehicle’s Headlights. The Headlight
Circuit Is A Very High Amperage Circuit And Will Draw More Than The 7.5 Amp Maximum Load The Unit’s
On-Board Relay Can Provide. If Flashing Headlights Are Desired, An External Relay Is Required.
(NOTE: Halogen Lights Are Not Designed For Flashing Applications And May Therefore Burn Out Quickly).
SPECIAL CASE FLASHING LIGHTS HOOK-UP
VEHICLE HAS SEPARATELY FUSED LEFT & RIGHT
SIDE PARKING LIGHTS (EX: MERCEDES, BMW)
USING 2 RELAYS
RED WHITE
USING 2 DIODES
(+) CONSTANT (+) 12 VOLTS
FUSE EACH AT 10 AMPS
ALARM
ALARM
(+) CONSTANT (+) 12 VOLTS
FUSE EACH AT 10 AMPS
10
10
RED/WHITE
FUSE
87A
85
30
GROUND
FUSE
87
87
85
86
87A
86
30
GROUND
STRIPE FACING
THE LIGHT CIRCUIT
LEFT
LIGHT
LEFT
SIDE
LIGHT
RIGHT
LIGHT
RIGHT
SIDE
LIGHT
BROWN: (+)SIREN OUTPUT
This Wire Will Provide A (+)12 Volt Positive Output For Powering A Siren.
• CONNECT Alarm Brown wire To Siren’s Red Wire
• CONNECT Siren’s Black Wire To Ground
WARNING: Do Not Ground The Alarm’s Brown Wire Or Severe Damage Will Occur To The Unit.
NOTE: If More Than One Siren Is Desired Or If A High-Current Sounding Device Is To Be Used (ie: Mechanical Siren,
Air Horns, Etc) A Relay Will Be Necessary. (SEE DIAGRAM)
ALARM
BROWN (+)
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
FUSED
87
85
GROUND
87A
86
30
TO SOUNDING DEVICE (HORN, SIREN, ETC)
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ORANGE: ARMED OUTPUT (FOR STARTER-KILL RELAY)
This Output Will Provide A (-)Negative Signal ONLY When The Alarm Is Armed. This Output Can Be Used To Supply
Ground To One Side Of a Starter-Kill Relay’s Coil. The Other Side Of This Relay’s Coil Will Require A (+)12 Volts Positive
Signal Supplied By The Ignition Switch (ONLY When The Ignition Is Turned On Or When The Starter Motor Is Cranking).
In This Manner There Will ONLY Be A Current Draw If There Is A Start Attempt While The Alarm Is Armed.
It Will Be Necessary To Locate And Cut The Vehicle’s Starter Motor Wire:
• This Wire Will Show (+)12 Volts Positive ONLY When The Vehicle’s Starter Motor Is Actually “CRANKING”, If The
Starter Motor Is Not Cranking This Wire Will Usually Rest At Ground. (SEE DIAGRAM)
87
ALARM
ORANGE (-)
85
87A
86
30
CUT
MOTOR
SIDE
KEY SIDE OF
STARTER WIRE
STARTER MOTOR WIRE
BLUE: HOOD/TRUNK (-)INSTANT TRIGGER INPUT
The Hood/Trunk (-)Input Is An Instant Trigger Zone.
• This (-)Input Will Trigger The Alarm If it Becomes Grounded While The Alarm Is Armed.
• If This (-)Input Is Grounded At The Time The Alarm Is Armed, The Unit Will By-Pass This Particular Zone Until It
Becomes Ungrounded.
• If This (-)Input Is Grounded Before The Alarm Is Armed, The Unit Will NOT Passively Arm (Self-Arm) Until The Input
Is Ungrounded. (The Hood/Trunk Is Closed)
CONNECT The Alarm’s Blue Wire To An Aftermarket or Factory (-)Pin-Switch/Mercury Switch Or A (-)Trunk Light
Circuit Which Shows Ground ONLY When The Vehicle’s Hood Or Trunk Is Open.
NOTE: It Is Necessary To DIODE ISOLATE All Circuits And/Or Devices If Connecting The Alarm’s Blue (-)Input Wire
To More Than One Circuit Or Device. (SEE DIAGRAM)
HOOD
(-) PIN SWITCH
ALARM
(+)
BLUE (-) INPUT
DIODE
TRUNK LIGHT
DIODE
YELLOW: PRIMARY IGNITION POWER
This Input Will Provide The Alarm With A (+)12 Volt Positive Signal When The Vehicle Engine Is Running, Or
When The Ignition Is Turned “ON”. This Connection Is Necessary For Many Vital Functions Such As Passive/Active
Arming, Valet Mode, Override, Programming, LED & Memory Reset, Auto-Lock, Etc.
• CONNECT To The Vehicle’s (+)12 Volt Positive Primary Ignition Wire.
• The Vehicle’s Primary Ignition Wire Will Show (+)12 Volts When The Ignition Key Is Turned To The
ON & START Positions.
• This Wire Will NOT Drop Out During Starter Motor Cranking.
• This Wire Will NOT Show (+)12 Positive When The Vehicle’s Ignition Key Is Turned OFF.
BLACK: GROUND
• CONNECT This Wire To Chassis Ground.
• It Is Of Upmost Importance That The Location Of This Connection Be As Clean As Possible. Make Sure That The
Area Is Rust And Grease Free. Scrape Off Any Paint Or Debris So That The Surface Is Bright Clean Metal.
• If The Ground Connection Is Poor, The Alarm May Act In An Erratic Manner. The Alarm May Arm And Disarm
Correctly, But Would Otherwise Behave Very Strangely Making It Seem That The Unit Is Defective. One Possible
Symptom Is A Constant Low Volume Sound Coming From The Siren
NOTE: DO NOT Ground The Thin Black Wire Attached To The Brain Module, This Is The Unit’s ANTENNA.
Connecting This To Anything Would Severely Affect The Unit’s Range.
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VIOLET: (+)POSITIVE TRIGGER DOOR INPUT
The (+) Door Input Is An Instant Trigger Zone For Vehicles Equipped With A (+) Positive Type Pin-Switch/Dome-Light Circuit.
• This (+) Input Will Trigger The Alarm If It Receives (+)12 Volts While The Alarm Is Armed. (ie: A Door Is Opened)
• If This (+) Input Is Receiving (+)12 Volts At The Time The Alarm Is Armed, The Unit Will By-Pass This Particular
Zone Until It Is Removed From (+)12 Volts.
• If This (+)Input Is Receiving (+)12 Volts Before The Alarm Is Armed, The Unit Will NOT Passively Arm (Self-Arm)
Until The Input Is Removed From (+)12 Volts (The Doors Are Closed).
INSTALLATION NOTE: This Trigger Input Can Be Programmed For A 60 Second Delay Option Designed For
Vehicles With Extended Dome-Light Delays. (See Programmable Jumper-Pin Options: #4)
CONNECT The Alarm’s Violet Wire To The (+)12 Volt Positive Factory OEM Pin-Switch/Dome-Light Circuit. This
Circuit Will Show (+) 12 Volts ONLY When A Vehicle Door Is Open. (SEE DIAGRAM)
NOTE: It Is Necessary To Confirm That All Vehicle Doors Are Included In The Circuit.
VEHICLE DOOR
(+) PIN SWITCH
(+)
VIOLET (+) INPUT
ALARM
DOME LIGHT
GREEN: (-) NEGATIVE TRIGGER DOOR INPUT
The (-) Door Input Is An Instant Trigger Zone For Vehicles Equipped With A (-) Negative Type Pin-Switch/Dome-Light Circuit.
• This (-) Input Will Trigger The Alarm If It Becomes Grounded While The Alarm Is Armed. (ie: A Door Is Opened)
• If This (-) Input Is Grounded At The Time The Alarm Is Armed, The Unit Will By-Pass This Particular Zone Until It
Becomes Ungrounded.
• If This (-) Input Is Grounded Before The Alarm Is Armed, The Unit Will NOT Passively Arm (Self-Arm) Until The Input
Is Ungrounded (The Doors Are Closed).
INSTALLATION NOTE: This Trigger Input Can Be Programmed For A 60 Second Delay Option Designed For Vehicles
With Extended Dome-Light Delays. (See Programmable Jumper-Pin Options: #4)
CONNECT:
The Green Wire To The (-) Negative Factory OEM Pin-Switch/Dome-Light Circuit.
This Circuit Will Show (-) Negative Ground ONLY When A Vehicle Door Is Open. (SEE DIAGRAM)
NOTE:
It Is Necessary To Confirm That All Vehicle Doors Are Included In The Circuit.
VEHICLE DOOR
(-) PIN SWITCH
(+)
ALARM
GREEN (-) INPUT
DOME LIGHT
VIOLET/WHITE : ANTI HI-JACK TRIGGER WIRE
This Alarm Is Equipped With An Anti-Hijack Feature. This Feature Is Designed To Provide Vehicle Security In The Event
That The Vehicle Is Commandeered From The User.
If Programmed, The VIOLET/WHITE Anti-Hijack (-)Trigger Input Wire Will Activate A 60-Second Countdown If (-) Ground
Is Applied While The Vehicle’s Ignition Is “ON”.
Once Anti Hi-Jack Mode Is Entered, The LED Begins Flashing Rapidly & A 60-Second Countdown Begins. During This
60-Second Countdown The User Can Disarm The System Two Different Ways:
1) Press Button “UNLOCK” for 2 seconds On The Remote Control With The Ignition “ON”.
*** (OR) ***
2) Press The Valet/Override Button With The Vehicle’s Ignition “ON”.
If The Anti Hi-Jack Mode Is Not Disarmed Within The 60 Seconds The Alarm Will Trigger. Once Triggered, Anti Hi-Jack
Mode Can Only Be Disarmed By Performing An Emergency Override. Press The Valet/Override Button With The Vehicle’s
Ignition “ON”.(SEE PG.13)
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AUXILIARY OUTPUT PLUG
GREY: AUXILIARY OUTPUT CHANNEL #1: (PROGRAMMABLE)
This Programmable Auxiliary Channel Will Provide A Momentary (-) Negative Output When Button Labled “AUX” On The
Remote Is Pressed Momentarily. (See Programming Section: Setting #3)
PRESS & RELEASE
THE “AUX” BUTTONFOR CHANNEL #1
AUX
This Auxiliary Output Has 2 Programmable Settings:
1) TRUNK/HATCH RELEASE WITH DISARM. (DEFAULT)
• This Setting Will Automatically Disarm The Alarm & Provide A Momentary (-) Pulse For A Trunk/Hatch Release.
(SEE DIAGRAM ON NEXT PAGE)
(6)
AUXILARY OUTPUT
ALARM
DEPENDING ON
PARTICULAR APPLICATION
(+) or (-)
GREY(-)
87
85
87A
86
(+) CONSTANT (+) 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
30
VEHICLE’S TRUNK/HATCH
RELEASE WIRE
2) HIGH SECURITY CAR-START INTERFACE: (MUST BE PROGRAMMED)
• This Programmable Setting Is Designed To Activate A Car-Start Module Without Having To Disarm The Alarm,
Maintaining High Security While The Vehicle Is Running.
• This Setting Will Provide A Momentary (-)Pulse To Activate A Car-Start Module And Automatically By-Pass
The Sensor Zone When The Ignition Turns “ON”To Prevent False Alarms. (No Sensor By-Pass Relay Necessary).
The Door/Hood/Trunk Zones Remain Fully Armed.
• If The Alarm Is Triggered While The Vehicle Is Running, A Pulse Will Be Sent To The Car-Start Module To Turn
The Vehicle “OFF”.
CONNECT To A Car-Start Module’s (-)Activation Input Wire.
GREY/WHITE: AUXILIARY OUTPUT CHANNEL #2: (PROGRAMMABLE)
This Programmable Auxiliary Channel Will Provide A CONSTANT or LATCHED (-) Negative Output When Buttons “LOCK
& PANIC” Are Pressed And Held For 2 Seconds. (See Programming Section: Setting #4)
This Auxiliary Output Has 2 Programmable Settings:
1) CONSTANT OUTPUT: (DEFAULT)
• This Setting Will Provide A Constant (As Long As The Button
Is Held Down) (-)Negative Output.
2) LATCHED 30 SECONDS OUTPUT: (MUST BE PROGRAMMED)
• This Setting Will Provide A (-)Negative Latched Output For
30 Seconds.
• This Latched Output Will Reset Anytime The Remote Control
Is Used.
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AUX
PRESS & HOLD
BUTTONS “LOCK &
PANIC” FOR 2
SECONDS
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DOOR LOCK PLUG
GREEN: DOOR (-)LOCK OUTPUT
The Alarm’s Green Lock Wire Will Provide A (-) Lock Pulse When The Alarm Is Armed.
The Hook-Up & Interface Necessary Will Depend On The Type Of Door Locking System The Vehicle Is Equipped With.
Please Refer To The Door-Locking Section In This Manual.
• A (-) Negative LOCK Pulse Will Be Provided When ARMING The Alarm.
PROGRAMMING NOTE: This Wire Can Be Programmed To Give A 1 Or 3 Second Pulse.
(SEE PROGRAMMABLE JUMPER OPTIONS).
PROGRAMMING NOTE: This Wire Can Be Programmed To Give a (-) Double Lock Pulse.
SIREN CHIRPS ONCE
TO CONFIRM
AUX
PRESS & RELEASE
LOCK BUTTON OR PRESS
& HOLD “AUX” FOR 3 SEC.
(SILENT ARM)
TO ARM THE ALARM &
LOCK THE DOORS
DOORS LOCK
(IF CONNECTED)
PARKING
LIGHTS
FLASH
ONCE
RED: CONSTANT (+)12 VOLTS POSITIVE:
This Red Wire Will Provide Constant (+)12 Volts For Powering Only The Coils On External Relays If Necessary.
NOTE: DO NOT Use The Red Wire To Power Any Other Device (ie: Aftermarket Actuators) Or Severe Damage Will
Occur To The Unit.
BLUE: DOOR (-)UNLOCK OUTPUT
The Alarm’s Blue Unlock Wire Will Provide A (-) Unlock Pulse When The Alarm Is Disarmed.
The Hook-Up & Interface Necessary Will Depend On The Type Of Door Locking System The Vehicle Is Equipped With.
Please Refer To The Door-Locking Section In This Manual.
• A (-) Negative UNLOCK Pulse Will Be Provided When DISARMING The Alarm.
PROGRAMMING NOTE: The Blue Wire Can Be Programmed To Provide A Double (-) Unlock Pulse. This Is
Necessary In 1995+ Nissan Maximas. The Double (-) Pulse Can Be Converted To A
Double (+) Pulse Using A Relay For Use In Some VW’s Which Require A Double (+) Pulse
To Unlock The Doors. (See Programming Section: Feature Setting #1)
PROGRAMMING NOTE: This Wire Can Be Programmed To Give A 1 Or 3 Second Pulse.
(SEE PROGRAMMABLE JUMPER OPTIONS).
SIREN CHIRPS TWICE
TO CONFIRM
AUX
PRESS & RELEASE
UNLOCK BUTTON OR “AUX”
BUTTON FOR 3 SEC.
(SILENT DISARM)
TO DISARM THE ALARM &
UNLOCK THE DOORS
DOORS UNLOCK
(IF CONNECTED)
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PARKING
LIGHTS
FLASH
TWICE
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LED: STATUS INDICATOR
LED:
Off
Flashing
Flashing
Flashing
Flashing
On Solid
STATUS:
Alarm Disarmed
Alarm Armed
Self-Arm Countdown
Intrusion Confirmation
Anti Hi-Jack Countdown
Valet Mode
Slowly
Rapidly (Alarm Disarmed)
Rapidly (Alarm Armed)
Rapidly (Ignition “ON”)
CONNECTION: Mount Where Desired And Plug It In.
DUAL-STAGE SHOCK SENSOR: (SINGLE-ADJUSTMENT)
This Alarm System Comes Equipped With A Shock Sensor. The First Stage Is A Warning Zone Which If Triggered Will
Emit A Series Of Siren Chirps. The Second Stage Is An Instant Trigger Zone.
ADJUSTMENT: When Adjusting This Sensor, It Is Recommended To Set The Screw At The Half Rotation First, Then
Adjust The Sensitivity.
NOTE: If The Sensor Zone Is Triggered 5 Times While The Alarm Is Armed, The Sensor Zone Will Be Bypassed. This
Zone Will Reset When Disarming The Alarm.
MOUNTING: Correct Placement Is Essential For Proper Operation. The Sensor Should Be Mounted To A Rigid Wire
Harness Under The Dash Using Plastic Cable-Ties Or Directly To The Firewall Using Double Sided Tape. Do Not Mount
With Screws And Do Not Place Under The Hood, This Unit Is Designed For Interior Use Only.
CONNECTION: Plug It In.
Red Wire:
Black wire:
White Wire:
Blue Wire:
Constant (+)12 Volts
(-) Armed Output (grounded only when the alarm is armed)
Warning Zone
Instant Trigger Zone
Black adjustment
Screw
+ 12vDC
(-)Armed output
Warning zone
Instant trigger zone
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VALET/OVERRIDE BUTTON:
The Valet/Override Button Has Two Functions:
1) To Allow The User To Place The Alarm In The Valet Mode.
2) To Perform An Emergency Override In The Case That The Remote Control Is Lost Or Broken.
CONNECTION: Mount Where Desired And Plug It In.
VALET MODE: Valet Is A Special Mode In Which All Of The Alarm’s Security Functions Are Disabled Converting The
Alarm Into A Deluxe Keyless Entry System. Valet Mode Allows The User To Turn Off The Security Portion Of The
System While Retaining All Convenience Features. Panic, Keyless Entry & Parking Light Illumination, As Well As Both
Auxiliary Channels Will Continue To Work In The Valet Mode. This Is For Situations In Which It Is Not Convenient For
The Alarm To Be Armed (ie: Car-wash, Mechanic, etc)
TO ENTER VALET MODE:
1. Turn Vehicle’s Ignition On.
2. Press And Hold The Valet/Override Button For 5 Seconds.
3. The LED Will Light Solid & The Siren Will Emit A Series Of Chirps To Confirm Entry Into Valet Mode.
TO EXIT VALET MODE:
1. Turn Vehicle’s Ignition On.
2. Press And Hold The Valet/Override Button For 5 Seconds.
3. The LED Will Turn Off & The Siren Will Emit A Series Of Chirps To Confirm Exit From Valet Mode.
EMERGENCY OVERRIDE: In The Case That The Alarm’s Remote Control Is Lost Or Broken, The User Can Perform An
Emergency Override To Disarm The Alarm. An Emergency Override Would Automatically Enter The Alarm Into An
Emergency Protection Mode Which Would Allow The User To Maintain Security On The Vehicle Until A Replacement
Remote Control Is Available.
NOTE: Emergency Protection Mode Only Operates If Alarm Is Programmed For Passive Arming.
EMERGENCY OVERRIDE PROCEDURE: (The Alarm Must Be Armed)
1. Turn Vehicle’s Ignition On.
2. Press And Hold The Valet/Override.
3. The LED Will Stop Flashing & The Siren Will Stop Sounding.
4. The Alarm Is Now In Emergency Protection Mode.
EMERGENCY PROTECTION MODE:
This Mode Is Automatically Entered Any Time An Emergency Override Is
Performed While The Alarm Is Armed. In This Mode, Only The Shock Sensor Is Bypassed. The Starter Kill Is Completely
Operational And The Doors Triggers Have A 30-Second Entry Delay. The User Must Turn “On” The Vehicle’s Ignition
Within 30-Seconds Of Opening A Door Or The Alarm Will Trigger.
Emergency Protection Mode Will Automatically Reset And The Alarm Will Return To Normal Operation As Soon As A
Remote Control Is Used To Operate The Alarm. If At Any Time The User Desires To Turn “OFF” The Emergency
Protection Mode, The Alarm May Be Entered Into Valet Mode. (See Valet Mode Section)
NOTE: Emergency Protection Mode Only Operates If Alarm Is Programmed For Passive Arming.
How It Works:
1. An Emergency Override Is Performed, The Alarm Is Now In Emergency Protection Mode.
2. The Emergency Protection Mode Will Self-Arm 30 Seconds After The Vehicle Is Turned Off And The Last Door Is
Closed. (Standard Self-Arming Procedure)
3. The Siren Will Emit A Chirp, The Lights Will Flash One Time, & The LED Will Flash Slowly To Confirm That The
System Is Armed.
4. If Any Vehicle Door Is Opened, A 30 Second Count Down Will Begin. The LED Will Flash Rapidly & The Siren Will
Emit A Chirp Every 2 Seconds To Alert The User That The System Must Be Disarmed.
.
5. To Disarm The System, The Vehicle’s Ignition Must Be Turned ON Within 30 Seconds Of Opening A Door.
6. If The Ignition Is Not Turned On Within 30 Seconds The System Will Trigger. An Emergency Override Must Then Be
Performed To Disarm The System. (See Emergency Override Section).
7. Emergency Protection Mode Will Reset Any Time A Remote Control Is Used To Operate The System.
NOTE: Emergency Protection Mode Only Operates If Alarm Is Programmed For Passive Arming.
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PROGRAMMABLE JUMPER PINS SETTINGS:
Pin #
——1
Pin-In
———
Current Sensing ON
Pin-Removed
—————
Current Sensing OFF
2
Passive Arming
Active Arming
3
Passive Locking
Passive Locking OFF
4
Normal Door Trigger
60 Second Door Trigger
Arming Delay For Dome-Lights
5
Ignition Auto-Lock ON
Ignition Auto-Lock OFF
6
1 Second Door-Lock pulse
3 Second Door-Lock pulse
IMPORTANT NOTE: If Any Of The Jumper-Pin Settings Are Changed It Is Absolutely NECESSARY To Power-Down And
Power-Up The Unit Again. If This Is Not Done The Unit Will NOT Register The Change.
PROGRAMMING: REMOTE CONTROLS & FEATURE SETTINGS
This Is A Code-Learning System, The Alarm Will Learn The Remote Control(s). Therefore Programming New Or
Additional Remote Controls Is A Simple Procedure. This System Is Also Highly Programmable. There Are Many
Settings That Can Be Programmed Into The System.
ENTERING CODE-LEARNING & PROGRAMMING MODE:
1. Turn The Vehicle’s Ignition To The “ON” Position.
2. Press The Valet/Override Button 5 times.
• The Siren Will Emit A Long Chirp & The LED And Parking Lights Will Light Solid To Confirm Entry Into
Code-Learning & Programming Mode.
3. At This Point The Programmer Can Either Code-Learn Remote Control(s) Or Change
Programmable Feature Settings.
NOTE:
If At Any Time 7 Seconds Elapse Without Input, The Alarm Will Automatically Exit Code-Learning &
Programming Mode
CODE LEARNING REMOTE CONTROL(S):
Once In Code-Learning & Programming Mode:
1) PRESS THE LOCK BUTTON OF EACH REMOTE CONTROL THAT YOU WISH TO PROGRAM.
**** (OR) ****
• A Maximum Of 4 Remote Controls Can Be Programmed.
• The Siren Will Chirp & Parking Lights Will Flash To Confirm Each Time A Remote Has Been Learned According To
The Number Of The Remote Programmed.
EXAMPLE:
1st Remote Programmed = 1 Siren Chirp & 1 Light Flash
2nd Remote Programmed = 2 Siren Chirps & 2 Light Flashes
3rd Remote Programmed = 3 Siren Chirps & 3 Light Flashes
4th Remote Programmed = 4 Siren Chirps & 4 Light Flashes
2) IT IS ALWAYS ADVISABLE TO FILL ALL FOUR OF THE MEMORY SLOTS:
A) If You Only Have 1 Remote Control Program It 4 Times.
B) If You Have 2 Remote Controls Program Each One Twice.
3) THERE ARE 2 OPTIONS WHEN YOU ARE DONE CODE-LEARNING REMOTE CONTROLS:
A) If The Programmer Does NOT Need To Change Any Feature Settings Then Exit Code-Learning & Programming
Mode By Turning OFF The Vehicle’s Ignition. (Turn Off The Key)
B) If The Programmer Needs To Change Programmable Feature Settings Please Refer To The “Programming
Feature Settings” Section Below.
NOTE #1: The Remote Controls Provided With This System Are Already Programmed And Ready For Use. Programming
Is Necessary Only For New Or Replacement Remote Controls.
NOTE #2: Every Time A New Remote Control Is Programmed The Unit’s Memory Is Cleared. This Means That Any Remote
Control(s) Previously Programmed In The Memory Have Been Erased And Now HAVE TO BE REPROGRAMMED.
SPECIAL NOTE: If At Any Time 7 Seconds Elapse Without Input, The Alarm Will Automatically Exit Code-Learning Mode.
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PROGRAMMING FEATURE SETTINGS:
The Programmable Feature Settings Can Be Changed As Soon As The Code-Learning & Programming Mode Has Been
Entered. The Feature Settings Can Also Be Changed After The Programmer Has Completed Code-Learning Remote
Controls. Therefore It Is Not Necessary To Code-Learn Remote Controls In Order To Change Feature Settings.
There Are 5 Feature Settings Which Can Be Changed. Once In Programming Mode, Any Or All Of The Feature Settings
Can Be Changed Without Having To Exit The Programming Mode.
NOTE: When Programming Feature Settings, Each Setting Must Be Individually Accessed.
Once In Code-Learning & Programming Mode:
1) THE PROGRAMMER CAN “SCROLL” THROUGH THE FEATURE SETTINGS BY PRESSING THE
VALET/OVERRIDE BUTTON.
2) THE VALET/OVERRIDE BUTTON MUST BE PRESSED ACCORDING TO THE PARTICULAR
NUMBER OF THE FEATURE SETTING THAT THE PROGRAMMER WISHES TO CHANGE.
• EACH Time The Valet/Override Button Is Pressed The Siren Will Chirp To Confirm. This Is To Help The Programmer
Count & Keep Track Of Which Setting Has Been Accessed.
Example:
TO ACCESS FEATURE SETTING #1:
• Press The Valet/Override Button One Time. The Siren Will Chirp One Time To Confirm.
TO ACCESS FEATURE SETTING #2:
• Press The Valet/Override Button Two Times. Each Time The Button Is Pressed The Siren Will Chirp Once.
(In This Case 2 Button Presses = 1 Chirp every Time The button is pressed)
3) ONCE THE DESIRED SETTING HAS BEEN ACCESSED:
A) TO CHANGE THE DEFAULT SETTING TO A NEW SETTING:
• Press The “PANIC” Button On The Remote Control.
• The Siren Will Emit A Long Chirp To Confirm The Change.
B) TO RETURN A SETTING TO DEFAULT:
• Press The Button “LOCK” On The Remote Control.
• The Siren Will Emit A Short Chirp To Confirm.
NOTE: As Long As A Particular Feature Setting Is Selected, It Is Possible To “Toggle” Between The Default & The New
Setting By Pressing The Buttons On The Remote Control.
Example: If Feature Setting #1 Has Been Selected It Is Possible To:
• Press The “PANIC” Button To Change To New Setting.
• Then Press “LOCK” Button To Return To Default.
• Then Press “PANIC” Button To Change Again To New Setting.
4) ONCE A FEATURE SETTING HAS BEEN CHANGED THE PROGRAMMER CAN EITHER:
A) Continue Programming Feature Settings. (see Line #5)
**** (OR) ****
B) Exit Programming Mode By Turning OFF The Vehicle’s Ignition.
5) TO CONTINUE PROGRAMMING FEATURE SETTINGS:
• In Order To Program Another Feature Setting, The Setting Selection Process Must Be Repeated Each Time A
Setting Is Programmed.
• The Valet/Override Button Must Again Be Pressed According To The Number Of The Feature Setting That The
Programmer Wishes To Access. (See Line #2)
6) WHEN PROGRAMMING FEATURE SETTINGS IS COMPLETED, PROGRAMMING MODE
CAN BE EXITED BY TURNING OFF THE VEHICLE’S IGNITION.
SPECIAL NOTE: If At Any Time 7 Seconds Elapse Without Input, The Alarm Will Automatically Exit Code-Learning Mode
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PROGRAMMABLE FEATURE SETTINGS
QUICK REFERENCE
1) Turn ignition to the “on” position
2) Press valet/override switch 5 times
3) Press valet override switch the number of times corresponding
to the “feature setting chart.”
4) Press the “panic” button to change to feature setting
Press the “lock” button to return to default setting
FEATURE
DEFAULT
FEATURE
SINGLE
DOUBLE
ILLUMINATION
OFF
ILLUMINATION
ON
3) AUXILIARY
OUTPUT #1
TRUNK POP
CAR START
4) AUXILIARY
OUTPUT #2
CONSTANT
LATCHED
ANTI HI-JACK
OFF
ANTI HI-JACK
ON
1) SINGLE OR DOUBLE
LOCK/UNLOCK PULSE(S)
2) PARKING LIGHT
ILLUMINATION
5) ANTI HI-JACK
PROTECTION
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LIST OF PROGRAMMABLE FEATURE SETTINGS
• To Change A Setting From Default Press the “PANIC” Button On The Remote Control. (Siren Will Emit A Long Chirp)
• To Return A Setting To Default, Press the “LOCK” Button On The Remote Control. (Siren Will Emit A Short Chirp)
1.
Features:
BLUE WIRE: SINGLE (OR) DOUBLE LOCK/UNLOCK PULSE(S):
The Blue Unlock Wire, Which Provides A (-) Unlock Pulse When The Alarm Is Disarmed, Will Provide
Either A (Default) SINGLE (-) Unlock Pulse (OR) A Programmable DOUBLE (-) Unlock Pulse When The Alarm Is Disarmed.
This Wire Will Provide A Double (-) Lock Pulse When Arming Alarm.
NOTE: The Double (-) Unlock Pulse Is For 1995+ Nissan Maximas. The Double (-) Pulses Can Be Converted To
Double (+) Pulses Using A Relay For Use In Some VW’s Which Require Double (+) Pulses To Unlock The Doors.
**NOTE: When Double Pulse Feature Is Activated Both “UNLOCK & LOCK” Will Have Double Pulse Outputs.
DEFAULT: * SINGLE UNLOCK PULSE:
The Blue Unlock Wire Will Provide A Single (-) Pulse Upon Disarming
The Alarm.
* DOUBLE LOCK/UNLOCK PULSE: The Blue Unlock Wire Will Provide 2 (-) Pulses Upon Disarming The
Alarm & The Green Wire Will Provide 2 (-) Lock Pulses Upon Arm
2.
PARKING-LIGHT ILLUMINATION:
The Vehicle’s Parking-Lights Can Be Programmed To Stay On For 30-Seconds After Disarming The Alarm.
They Will Reset (Turn Off) With Any Remote Control Command Or By Turning “ON” The Vehicle’s Ignition.
DEFAULT: * PARKING-LIGHT ILLUMINATION OFF.
* PARKING-LIGHT ILLUMINATION ON.
NOTE: The Parking Lights Still Flash Twice Upon Disarming If Parking Light Illumination Is Defeated.
3.
AUXILIARY OUTPUT CHANNEL #1 (TRUNK-POP or REMOTE START)
The Alarm’s Auxiliary Output Channel #1 Can Be Programmed To Disarm The Alarm & Provide A (-)Pulse For A
Trunk/Hatch Release (OR) To Provide A (-)Pulse With Sensor By-Pass For Interface With A Remote Start Module.
(The Alarm Remains Armed)
DEFAULT: * AUX #1 TRUNK-POP OUTPUT WITH DISARM.
* AUX #1 CAR-START INTERFACE WITH SENSOR BY-PASS. (The Alarm Remains Armed)
4.
AUXILIARY OUTPUT CHANNEL #2: (CONSTANT or LATCHED)
The Alarm’s Auxiliary Channel Output #2 Can Be Programmed To Provide a Constant ( As Long As Button Is Held
Down) (-)Pulse (OR) A Latched (-)Output For 30-Seconds. The Latched Output Would Reset With (Turn Off) A
Remote Control Command.
DEFAULT: * AUX #2 CONSTANT PULSE.
* AUX #2 LATCHED 30-SECONDS OUTPUT.
5.
ANTI HI-JACK PROTECTION
DEFAULT: * ACTIVE ANTI HI-JACK PROTECTION OFF
* ACTIVE ANTI HI-JACK PROTECTION ON
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ANTI HI-JACK ACTIVATION (MUST BE PROGRAMMED)
To Activate Anti Hi-Jack: Press & Hold Both “PANIC & AUX” Buttons For 2 Sec. With The
Vehicle’s Ignition “ON”.
Anti Hi-Jack Operation/Deactivation:
If The Anti Hi-Jack Feature Is Activated, The Alarm Will Respond In The Following Manner:
1) L.E.D. Begins To Rapid Flash. Approximately One Minute Later, The Following Will Happen:
2) Parking Lights Start To Flash.
3) Siren Output Will Sound (This Will Be A Pulsing Output While In Anti Hi-Jack Mode).
4) The Door Lock Output Will Pulse Every 10 Seconds, To Ensure The Doors Are Locked.
5) The Starter Interrupt Will Be Energized.
All Functions Will Continue While The Ignition Is “ON”. Once The Ignition Is Turned “OFF”, Functions 1-5
Will Continue For Approximately 2 Minutes. After 2 Minutes, The L.E.D. Will Remain Flashing, The Doors
Will Be Locked And The Starter Interrupt Will Remain Engaged. The Alarm Will Continue To Monitor The
Doors For Any Intrusion. If A Door Is Opened, The Anti Hi-Jack Sequence (2-5) Begins Again.
To Deactivate Anti Hi-Jack:
Once Anti Hi-Jack Mode Is Entered, A 60-Second Countdown Begins. During This 60-Second Countdown
The User Can Disarm The System 2 Ways:
1) Press & Hold The “UNLOCK” Button On The Remote Control For 2 Seconds With The Ignition “ON”.
2) Press & Hold The Valet Button For 5 Seconds With The Ignition “ON”.
If The Anti Hi-Jack System Is Allowed To Continue Past The Initial Countdown And The Siren Begins To
Sound, The Anti Hi-Jack Can Only Be Deactivated As Follows:
1) With The Vehicle’s Ignition “ON”, Press & Hold The Valet Button For Approximately 2-4 Seconds.
This Will Disable The Anti Hi-Jack Feature.
TO DEACTIVATE:
TO ACTIVATE:
AUX
PRESS & HOLD
BOTH BUTTONS
“Panic & Aux”
FOR 2 SECONDS
WITH THE VEHICLE’S
IGNITION “ON”
THEN
AUX
P.13
PRESS & HOLD
BUTTON “UNLOCK”
FOR 2 SECONDS
WITH THE VEHICLE’S
IGNITION “ON”.
WITHIN 60 SECONDS OF
ACTIVATION.
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DOOR LOCKING SECTION
This Comprehensive Guide Will Hopefully Answer Most If Not All Of Your Questions...
AFTERMARKET ACTUATORS:
(SEE DIAGRAM)
BLUE(UNLOCK) (-)
(+) CONSTANT (+) 12 VOLTS
FUSE EACH AT 10 AMPS
ALARM
GREEN
(LOCK)
(-)
(+) CONSTANT (+) 12 VOLTS
FUSE EACH AT 10 AMPS
87
87
85
87A
85
86
87A
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
30
GROUND
86
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
30
GROUND
BLUE
ACTUATOR
GREEN
TYPE #1:
3-WIRE NEGATIVE TRIGGER TYPE
• This Is The Simplest Of All Door Locking Systems. If You Were To Look At The Door Lock/Unlock Switch In The
Driver’s Door It Would Have 3 Wires Coming Out Of It. (A Lock Wire, An Unlock Wire, & A Constant -Negative
Ground Wire)
• The Lock & Unlock Wires Will Show A (-)Negative Ground Pulse Only While Actually Locking And Unlocking The
Doors, Otherwise They Will “Float”.
• The LOCK Command Will Be A (-)Negative Pulse.
• The UNLOCK Command Will Be A (-)Negative Pulse.
3-WIRE NEGATIVE TRIGGER
BLUE(UNLOCK) (-)
GROUND
GROUND
ALARM
GREEN
(LOCK)
(-)
87
87
85
87A
85
86
30
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
TO VEHICLE LOCK WIRE
87A
86
30
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
TO VEHICLE UNLOCK WIRE
** SPECIAL NOTE FOR TOYOTAS:
Many Toyotas Have A Child-Safe Door Locking System. If The Vehicle Doors Are Locked By The Unit, Then The Unit
CAN UNLOCK the Doors. But If The Vehicle’s Doors Are Locked With the Vehicle Door Lock/Unlock Switch The Unit
Will NOT Be Able To Unlock Them. This Happens Because The Vehicle Switch Sends A “Lock-Out’ Command
Disabling The Door Locking system.
The Solution Is Very Simple And Only REQUIRES 2 DIODES. Both The Vehicle UNLOCK WIRE And The CHILDSAFETY WIRE Must Be Pulsed With A (-)Negative UNLOCK Pulse At The Same Time. This CHILD-SAFETY Wire
Can Be Found In the Same Plugs That The Regular LOCK & UNLOCK Wires Are Located In.
BLUE(UNLOCK) (-)
VEHICLE
WIRE COLOR
LOCATION
GROUND
ALARM
———————————————————————————
GREEN
(LOCK)
Camry
Blue/Red
Driver’s Side Kick Panel
(-)
87
Celica
Green
“
87A
Cressida
Light Green
“
85
86
MR-2
Blue/Red
“
30
Supra
White/Blue
“
PickUp
Red/Blue
“
TO VEHICLE LOCK WIRE
4-Runner
Red/Blue
“
Land Cruiser Blue/Orange
“
GROUND
87
85
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
87A
30
86
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
TO VEHICLE
UNLOCK WIRE
TO VEHICLE
CHILD SAFETY
OVERRIDE WIRE
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TYPE #2:
3-WIRE POSITIVE TRIGGER TYPE (Relays Or Inverter Required)
• This Type Door Of Locking System Is Common On Many GM’s And Other Makes. If You Were To Look At The Door
Lock/Unlock Switch In The Driver’s Door It Would Have 3 Wires Coming Out Of It. (A Lock Wire, An Unlock Wire, &
A Constant +12 Volt Positive Wire)
• The Lock & Unlock Wires Will Show A (+)12 Volt Positive Pulse Only While The Locking And Unlocking The Doors,
Otherwise They Will “Float”.
3-WIRE POSITIVE TRIGGER
BLUE(UNLOCK) (-)
(+) CONSTANT (+) 12 VOLTS
FUSE EACH AT 10 AMPS
ALARM
GREEN
(LOCK)
(-)
(+) CONSTANT (+) 12 VOLTS
FUSE EACH AT 10 AMPS
87
87
85
87A
85
86
30
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
TO VEHICLE LOCK WIRE
87A
86
30
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
TO VEHICLE UNLOCK WIRE
TYPE #3: 5-WIRE REVERSING POLARITY TYPE (Rest At Ground) (Relays Required)
• Reversing Polarity Is Often Confused With The 3-Wire Positive Trigger Type System. This Happens Because Both
Systems Show (+) Positive Lock & Unlock Pulses, The Difference Is That In A Reversing Polarity System The LOCK
& UNLOCK Wires REST AT (-)GROUND. Because Of Things Like The Just Mentioned This Type Of System Can Be
Intimidating. But If The Directions Are Followed Very Carefully Then It Will Not Be So Bad. Here You Will Be Cutting
Wires And Routing Them Through External Relays. Carefully Observe That You Do NOT Accidentally Reverse Any
Of The Connections And Most Importantly USE FUSES!!!!!
• In This Type Of Locking System There Are NO Factory Relays. The Actual Lock/Unlock Switch Directly Operates The
Motors. The Switches Do This By Reversing The Polarity Of The Motor Wires.
**This System Rests At (-) Negative Ground, So If (+)12 Volts Positive Is Pulsed Into The Lock Or Unlock Wire There
Will Be A Short-Circuit. This Is Why Relays Are Necessary To Mimic The Actions Of The Actual Lock/Unlock Switch.
Both The Lock And The Unlock Wires Will Be Cut (ONE WIRE AT A TIME) And Run Through Relays Which Will
Momentarily Interrupt The Circuit Allowing A (+)Positive Pulse To Safely Operate The System. ONLY 1 Relay for The
Lock Wire And 1 Relay For The Unlock Wire Will Be Necessary.
** As Mentioned Before, The Positioning Of The Relay Terminal Connections Is Of SUPREME IMPORTANCE. If The
Terminal Connections Are Reversed By Accident, SEVERE DAMAGE Can Occur To Both The Vehicle And The Unit.
• If You Were To Look at The Lock/Unlock Switch Inside The Driver’s Door There Would Be 5 Wires Coming Out Of
The Switch. There Will Be A Constant (+)12 Volt Positive Wire, 2 Wires Showing Constant (-) Negative Ground, And
2 Wires Which REST AT (-) NEGATIVE GROUND But Invert Polarity (Show A Positive Pulse) When The Lock/Unlock
Switch Is Pressed.
FOR EXAMPLE: When The LOCK Button Is Being Pressed One Wire Will Show (+)12 Volts Positive (This Is The
Lock Wire) While The Second Wire Is STILL RESTING AT (-)NEGATIVE GROUND.
When The UNLOCK Button Is Being Pressed The Polarity Of The 2 Wires Will Reverse. The Wire That Was Still
Resting At (-)Negative Ground Will Now Show (+)12 Volts Positive (This Is The UNLOCK Wire) And The Other Wire
Will Now Be RESTING AT (-) NEGATIVE GROUND.
** IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO ACTUALLY CATCH THE WIRES INSIDE THE DOOR. THEY CAN USUALLY BE FOUND IN
THE KICK PANELS.
• It Is Of Upmost Importance To Figure Out Which Of The 2 Reversing Wires Is The Lock Wire And Which Is The
Unlock Wire.
a) The Lock Wire Will Be The One That Shows (+)12 Volt Positive While The Vehicle’s LOCK Button Is Being Pressed.
b) The Unlock Wire Will Be The One That Shows (+)12 Volt Positive While The Vehicle’s UNLOCK Button Is Being
Pressed.
Once You Have Determined This We Can Start.........
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TYPE #3: 5-WIRE REVERSING POLARITY TYPE (CONTINUED)
1) CUT The LOCK Wire. At This Time You Will Have 2 Halves Of The Wire.
2) Press BOTH The Lock And Unlock Button. If You Have Cut The Correct Wire The Door Locking System Should NOT
OPERATE At All (The Doors Should NOT Lock Or Unlock).
NOTE: If The System Still Operates In Either Direction (Lock Or Unlock) You Have Either Cut The WRONG Wire
Or This Is Not A Reversing Polarity System).
3) Next We Need To Figure Out Which Side Of The Cut Wire Is Coming From The Door Lock SWITCH And Which Side Is
Going To The Actual MOTORS (THIS IS VERY VERY IMPORTANT). Once You Have Confirmed That This Is Truly A
Reversing Polarity System And That You Have Cut The Correct LOCK Wire PRESS & HOLD THE LOCK Button Down
(MAKE SURE THAT YOU ARE PRESSING DOWN THE LOCK BUTTON NOT THE UNLOCK).
• The SWITCH Side Will Be The One That Shows (+)12 Volt Positive When Pressing The “LOCK “ Button (This Will
ONLY Be True If You Have Cut The LOCK Wire). NOW Connect The SWITCH Side Of The Cut LOCK Wire To Terminal
#87A On The LOCK Relay.
• The Other Side Of The CUT LOCK WIRE Will Be The MOTOR Side. NOW Connect The MOTOR Side Of The Cut
LOCK Wire To Terminal #30 On The LOCK Relay.
4) Next CUT The UNLOCK Wire. This Will Be The Wire That Shows (+)12 Volt Positive While Pressing The “UNLOCK” Button.
NOTE: After CUTTING The UNLOCK Wire The Entire Locking System Should NOT Operate In Either Direction.
5) REPEAT The Procedure Of Finding Which Side Is The SWITCH Side And Which Side Is The MOTOR Side. ALWAYS
Connect The SWITCH Side To Terminal #87A On The Relay (In This Case The UNLOCK Relay). Always Connect The
MOTOR Side To Terminal #30 On The Relay (In This Case The UNLOCK Relay).
****THE DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM SHOULD NOW OPERATE NORMALLY****
Follow The Diagram For The Rest Of The Connections:
5-WIRE REVERSING POLARITY
(REST AT GROUND)
BLUE(UNLOCK) (-)
(+) CONSTANT (+) 12 VOLTS
FUSE EACH AT 10 AMPS
ALARM
GREEN
(LOCK)
(-)
87
87
85
87A
30
SWITCH SIDE OF
LOCK WIRE
(+) CONSTANT (+) 12 VOLTS
FUSE EACH AT 10 AMPS
MOTOR SIDE OF
LOCK WIRE
85
86
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
SWITCH SIDE OF
UNLOCK WIRE
P.16
87A
30
86
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
MOTOR SIDE OF
UNLOCK WIRE
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TYPE #4:
VACUUM OPERATED TYPE
This Type Of System Uses A COMPRESSOR To LOCK And UNLOCK The Vehicle’s Doors. Depending On What Signal The
Compressor Receives From The Actual Door Lock Motors It Will Either PULL or PUSH The Motors.
The COMPRESSOR CONTROLLING WIRE Must Be Located And CUT.
******************** WARNING ***************************
IT IS OF SUPREME IMPORTANCE THAT THE SWITCH SIDE AND THE COMPRESSOR SIDE OF THE WIRE BE NOTED. REVERSING THE SIDES OF THE COMPRESSOR CONTROLLING WIRE CAN PERMANENTLY DAMAGE THE COMPRESSOR.
******************** WARNING ****************************
DO NOT PROBE THIS WIRE WITH A TEST LIGHT OR DAMAGE MAY OCCUR TO THE VEHICLE. IF NECESSARY USE A VOLTMETER.
NOTE: For Most Mercedes Benz The Compressor Construing Wire Will Either Be A GREEN Or A BLUE Wire Located
In The Vehicle’s KICK PANELS. This Wire Will Show (+)12 Volts Positive When The Doors Are UNLOCKED And Will
Show (-)Negative Ground When The Doors LOCK.
NOTE: Test Wire Doors Unlocked Only. Compressor Side Will Lock With (-) Ground And Unlock Wirh (+) 12 Volts.
VACUUM OPERATE SYSTEM
BLUE(UNLOCK) (-)
GROUND
ALARM
GREEN
(LOCK)
(-)
85
(+) CONSTANT (+) 12 VOLTS
FUSE EACH AT 10 AMPS
87
87
87A
87A
85
86
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
30
86
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
30
CUT
COMPRESSOR
SWITCH
COMPRESSOR WIRE
TYPE# 5: FORD PROBE (+)SINGLE WIRE SYSTEM
-The Ford Probe Uses A Single Wire (+)12 Volt Positive Door Lock System. This Singe Vehicle Wire Controls BOTH LOCK &
UNLOCK. This Means That Both The Unit’s LOCK and UNLOCK Pulse Wires Have To Be Connected To The SAME Vehicle
Wire.
- The (+)12 Volt Positive LOCK Command Is Simply A Regular (+)12 Volt Positive Pulse.
- The (+)12 Volt Positive UNLOCK Pulse Command Must Be Resisted Through A 4.7K OHM Resistor.
-The Single Lock/Unlock Wire Is Found In The Kick Panels And Is Green/Black.
FORD PROBE (+) SINGLE WIRE SYSTEM
BLUE(UNLOCK)
(+) CONSTANT (+) 12 VOLTS
FUSE EACH AT 10 AMPS
ALARM
10
10
GREEN
(LOCK)
(+) CONSTANT (+) 12 VOLTS
FUSE EACH AT 10 AMPS
FUSE
85
FUSE
87
87
87A
30
85
86
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
87A
86
30
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
4.7K OHM
RESISTOR
GREEN/BLACK VEHICLE WIRE
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TYPE# 6: CHRYSLER SINGLE WIRE SYSTEM
-This Is A Single Wire System. This Singe Vehicle Wire Controls BOTH LOCK & UNLOCK. This Means That Both The
Unit’s LOCK And UNLOCK Pulse Wires Have To Be Connected To The SAME Vehicle Wire.
-Models Such As The 1995 Cirrus/Dodge Stratus Use This System.
-Other Chrysler Models Such As The 1993-95 New Yorker, Concorde, LHS, Dodge Intrepid, & Eagle Vision Can Be Wired
Using This Single Wire Method Or As A 3-Wire (+)Positive Trigger Type. (Since The Factory Door Locking Relays Are
Difficult To Access, The Single Wire Method Is Much Faster)
NOTE: For Dodge Caravan, Chrysler Town & Country, & Plymouth Voager SEE TYPE #7: SINGLE WIRE SYSTEM.
- This Single Wire System Is Basically A RESISTED (+)12 Volt Positive Trigger System. The Lock Command Is A 3 Volt
Pulse And The UNLOCK Command Is A 6 Volt Pulse. Resistors Can Be Used To Convert The Unit’s Regular (+)12 Volt
Positive Pulse To Operate This System.
- A (+)12 Volt Positive LOCK Pulse Needs To Be Resisted Through A 620 OHM Resistor.
- A (+)12 Volt Positive UNLOCK Pulse Needs To Be Resisted Through A 2.7K OHM Resistor.
VEHICLE WIRE COLORS & LOCATIONS
Vehicle:
Color:
Plug:
Location:
1995 Chrysler Cirrus / Dodge Stratus
White/Light Green
16-Pin Brown Connector
Driver’s Side Kick Panel
Vehicle:
1993-95 Chrysler New Yorker, Concorde, LHS,
Eagle Vision, Dodge Intrepid
Orange/Violet
16-Pin Blue Or Black Connector
Driver’s Side Kick Panel
Color:
Plug:
Location:
CHRYSLER SINGLE WIRE SYSTEM
BLUE(UNLOCK)
(+) CONSTANT (+) 12 VOLTS
FUSE EACH AT 10 AMPS
ALARM
(+) CONSTANT (+) 12 VOLTS
FUSE EACH AT 10 AMPS
10
10
GREEN
(LOCK)
FUSE
85
FUSE
87
87
87A
85
56
30
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
620 OHM
RESISTOR
87A
86
30
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
2.7K OHM
RESISTOR
VEHICLE SINGLE LOCK/UNLOCK WIRE
TYPE #7: SINGLE WIRE TYPE FOR 1996 DODGE CARAVAN, CHRYSLER TOWN
& COUNTRY, & PLYMOUTH VOAGER.
-This Is Also A SINGLE WIRE System Which Is Very Similar To The Type #6 General Chrysler System. The Difference Is
That This Is A Resisted (-)NEGATIVE GROUND Pulse System.
-The (-)Negative LOCK Command MUST Be Resisted Through A 1.5K OHM Resistor.
-The (-)NEGATIVE UNLOCK Command MUST Be Resisted Through A 249 OHM Resistor.
VEHICLE WIRE COLORS & LOCATIONS:
Vehicle: 1996 Dodge Caravan, Chrysler Town & Country,
& Plymouth Voager
Color:
White/Dark Green
Plug:
40-Pin Tan Connector (pin #5)
Location: Under The Driver’s Side Dash Panel At The Body Control Module (BCM) Which Is Behind The Fuse Block.
*******(or)******
Plug:
14-Pin Black Connector
Location: At Fuse-Block Or In Driver’s Side Kick Panel
DIAGRAM ON NEXT PAGE
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TYPE #7: CONTINUED
SINGLE WIRE DODGE CARAVAN, CHRYSLER T&C & PLYMOUTH VOAGER
BLUE(UNLOCK)
ALARM
GROUND
GROUND
GREEN
(LOCK)
85
87
87
87A
87A
86
85
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
30
1.5K OHM
RESISTOR
86
30
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
249 OHM
RESISTOR
VEHICLE SINGLE LOCK/UNLOCK WIRE
TYPE# 8: SINGLE WIRE MAZDA TYPE
-This Is Basically A PARTIALLY RESISTED (-)NEGATIVE PULSE System. Partially Resisted Because ONLY THE LOCK
COMMAND NEEDS A RESISTOR.
-The (-)NEGATIVE LOCK Command MUST Be Resisted Through A 1K OHM Resistor.
-The (-)NEGATIVE UNLOCK Command Is A Regular (-)NEGATIVE GROUND Pulse.
VEHICLE WIRE COLORS & LOCATIONS
Vehicle:
Color:
Plug:
Location:
Mazda Protoge
White/Blue
18-Pin White Connector (White/Blue Wire Is Repeated 3 Times On This plug)
Driver’s Side Kick Panel
Vehicle:
Color:
Plug:
Location:
Mazda 929
Light Green/Black (or)
20-Pin Black Connector
Driver’s Side Kick Panel
Yellow/Black
6-Pin White Connector
Passenger Side Kick
Vehicle:
Color:
Plug:
Location:
Mazda Mellenia
Red/Black
(or)
28-Pin White Connector
Driver’s Side Kick Panel
Blue/Yellow
28-Pin White Connector
Passenger Side Kick
SINGLE WIRE MAZDA SYSTEM
BLUE(UNLOCK)
ALARM
GROUND
GREEN
(LOCK)
87
85
87A
86
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
30
1K OHM
RESISTOR
VEHICLE SINGLE LOCK/UNLOCK WIRE
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TYPE# 9: SINGLE WIRE NISSAN & 1991 MAZDA MPV TYPE
-The 1991 MAZDA MPV And Some NISSANS Use This Type Of Single Wire System.
-To LOCK The Vehicle’s Doors The Single Wire Circuit Must Be Opened. This Is Done Through The Use Of A Relay.
-To UNLOCK The Vehicle’s Doors Only A Normal (-)NEGATIVE GROUND Pulse Is Needed. Therefore The UNLOCK
Command Is A (-)NEGATIVE Pulse.
VEHICLE WIRE COLORS & LOCATIONS:
Vehicle: 1991-1994 Nissan 240SX
Color:
Orange/ Blue
(or)
Orange/ Black
Plug:
Look For The Wires Coming from the Door
Location: Driver’s Side Kick Panel
Vehicle: 1992-1995 300ZX
Color:
Brown
(or)
Brown/ Yellow
Plug:
Look For The Wires Coming from the Door
Location: Driver’s Side Kick Panel
Vehicle: 1991 Mazda MPV
Color:
Green/White
Plug:
At The Door-Lock Control Module
Location: Behind The Glove Compartment
SINGLE WIRE NISSAN AND 1991 MAZDA MPV SYSTEM
NISSAN AND 1991 MAZDA MPV SYSTEM
BLUE(UNLOCK)
ALARM
GREEN
(LOCK)
87
85
87A
86
(+) CONSTANT 12 VOLTS
USE 3.5 AMP FUSE
30
SWITCH SIDE OF SINGLE
LOCK/UNLOCK WIRE
MOTOR SIDE OF SINGLE LOCK/UNLOCK WIRE
SPECIAL NOTE: MICRO AUTO SECURITY IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCURACY:
VERIFY ALL WIRE FUNCTIONS BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS!
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QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
ARMING/DISARMING THE ALARM
AUX
PRESS & RELEASE
THE “LOCK” BUTTON TO
ARM THE ALARM &
LOCK THE DOORS
PRESS & RELEASE
THE “UNLOCK” BUTTON
TO DISARM THE ALARM
& UNLOCK THE DOORS
SIREN CHIRPS
TO CONFIRM
DOORS LOCK/UNLOCK
(IF CONNECTED)
PARKING LIGHTS
FLASH
SILENT ARMING/DISARMING THE ALARM
AUX
PRESS & HOLD
THE “AUX” BUTTON
FOR 2 SECONDS
TO ARM/DISARM
THE ALARM
DOORS LOCK/UNLOCK
(IF CONNECTED)
PARKING LIGHTS
FLASH
2 CAR OPERATION
AUX
PANIC
PRESS AND
RELEASE BUTTONS
“LOCK & UNLOCK”
SIMUTANEOUSLY TO
ARM OR DISARM
THE 2ND VEHICLE
AUX
AUXILIARY CHANNEL #1
AUX
PRESS & RELEASE THE
“PANIC” BUTTON
TO ACTIVATE.
TO DEACTIVATE PANIC
PRESS THE “UNLOCK”
BUTTON MOMENTARILY.
AUXILIARY CHANNEL #2
PRESS & RELEASE
THE “AUX” BUTTON
TO ACTIVATE
CHANNEL # 1
PRESS & HOLD
BUTTONS “PANIC &
LOCK” TO ACTIVATE
CH # 2
AUX
ENTER/EXIT VALET THROUGH THE REMOTE
AUX
TO ENTER VALET
PRESS & HOLD
“UNLOCK” BUTTON
FOR 4 SECONDS THE
ALARM WILL EMIT A
SERIES OF CHIRPS
TO CONFIRM ENTRY
INTO VALET
TO EXIT VALET:
PRESS & HOLD THE
“UNLOCK” BUTTON
FOR 4 SECONDS
THEN
AUX
SENSOR DEFEAT THROUGH THE REMOTE “TWO METHODS”
AUX
PRESS AND RELEASE
“LOCK” TO ARM ALARM,
WITH-IN TWO SECONDS
PRESS LOCK A 2ND
TIME FOR 2 SECONDS
TO ACTIVATE SENSOR
DEFEAT
OR
AUX
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PRESS & HOLD BUTTONS “PANIC &
UNLOCK ” FOR 2
SECONDS WITHIN 3
SEC. OF ARMING
THE ALARM
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NOTE
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LED
JUMPERS 1 2 3 4 5 6
PIN#
VALET/OVERRIDE
BUTTON
1
CURRENT SENSING ON
PIN-IN
PIN-REMOVED CURRENT SENSING OFF
VIOLET/WHITE (-) ANTI-HIJACK
PIN#
2
PASSIVE ARMING
PIN-IN
PIN-REMOVED ACTIVE ARMING
GREEN (-) DOOR TRIGGER
(-)
PIN#
3
PASSIVE LOCKING ON
PIN-IN
PIN-REMOVED PASSIVE LOCKING OFF
VIOLET (+) DOOR TRIGGER
BLACK GROUND
(+)
PIN#
4
NORMAL DOOR TRIGGER
PIN-IN
PIN-REMOVED 60 SECOND DOOR TRIGGER
ARMING DELAY FOR DOME-LIGHT
PIN#
5
IGNITION AUTO-LOCK ON
PIN-IN
PIN-REMOVED IGNITION AUTO-LOCK OFF
YELLOW IGN. (+)12 VOLTS
PIN#
6
1 SECOND DOOR-LOCK PULSE
PIN-IN
PIN-REMOVED 3 SECOND DOOR-LOCK PULSE
BROWN (+) SIREN OUTPUT 3A
BLUE (-) HOOD/TRUNK TRIGGER
(-)
ORANGE (-) STARTER KILL OUTPUT
(+)
RELAY
WHITE (+) PARKING LIGHTS OUTPUT
RED (+) 12 VOLTS
BLUE (-) DOOR UNLOCK
RED (+) 12 VOLTS (LOW CURRENT)
GREEN (-) DOOR LOCK
GREY/WHITE (-) AUX #2
AUX
GREY (-) AUX #1
WHITE (-)PRE WARNING
BLUE (-) INSTANT TRIGGER
BLACK GROUND
RED (+) 12 VOLTS
SENSOR
DOOR
LOCKS
©2001 Micro Alarm Systems, Inc.
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