installation manual
“”PROTECT YOURSELF AND YOUR INVESTMENT
This device complies with FCC Rules part 15. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions, (1) This device may not cause harmful interference and, (2) This
device must accept any interference that may be received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
INSTALLATION MANUAL
The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by
unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Freedom 200+2
6/00 MI_FREEDOM-200+2
COPYRIGHT: OMEGA RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT, INC. 2000
Contents
WIRE CONNECTIONS
Wiring Diagram Overview.................................................................................................... 16-17
Black Wire (- Ground Input)..................................................................................................... 3-4
Red Wire (+12 Volts Input)....................................................................................................... 4-5
Yellow Wire (+12 Volts Ignition Input)........................................................................................5
Orange Wire (- Ground Output For Starter Interrupt)............................................................. 5-7
Brown Wire (Selectable Audible Output)............................................................................... 8-11
White Wire (+12 Volts Flashing Parking Light Output)...................................................... 11-13
Green Wire (- Ground Door Trigger Input).................................................................... 14-15, 17
Violet Wire (+12 Volts Door Trigger Input)......................................................................... 18-19
Blue Wire (- Ground Instant Trigger Input)......................................................................... 19-20
Gray Wire (- Ground Output For Optional Trunk Release)................................................. 20-21
Pink Wire (- Ground 3rd Channel Output For Optional Devices).............................................22
Black/White Wire (- Ground Output For Optional Dome Light Supervision)...........................23
PREWIRED PLUG-IN FEATURES
Red LED Status Light . ..............................................................................................................24
Valet Switch ...............................................................................................................................24
Plug-In Auxiliary Sensor Port............................................................................................... 24-25
Plug-In Power Doorlock Circuit.......................................................................................... 25-29
Programming Transmitters................................................................................................... 29-30
Programming Features................................................................................................................31
Programming Transmitters
Up to 4 different transmitters may be programmed to operate your security system.
When a new transmitter is programmed into the system, all previous transmitters will be
deleted. If a third or fourth transmitter is desired, all of the transmitters must be programmed
at the same time into system. To program transmitters to operate your system, follow this
procedure:
Step #1: Turn “on” the ignition; within 10 seconds press the Valet Switch 5 times. The
siren will sound a long siren chip indicating Transmitter Programming Mode.
Step #2: To program the first transmitter, within 10 seconds press the large upper transmitter
button until the siren sounds one short chirp. Repeat this step for each transmitter
which is to operate the system.
The system will exit Transmitter Programming Mode if 10 seconds pass without receiving
a new transmission, or immediately upon turning the ignition switch “off” or upon the entry
of a fourth transmitter. Exit from Transmitter Programming Mode is indicated by a long
siren chirp.
In the above Step #2, pressing the transmitter’s large upper button assigns that button
to arm, disarm and panic the system. The other two button’s functions are automatically
assigned per the operations as described in the Owner’s Manual.
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To exit Feature Programming Mode, allow 10 seconds to expire without programming
activity, or turn on the ignition switch. A long siren chirp indicates the system exiting
Feature Programming Mode.
The Programmable Features, and their factory-set default setting, are:
Feature #1:
Feature #2:
Feature #3:
Feature #4:
Feature #5:
Feature #6:
Feature #7:
Feature #8:
Feature #9:
Feature #10:
Feature #11:
Feature #12:
Feature #13:
Feature #14:
Feature #15:
Feature #16:
Current Sensing: Default ON.
3 Minute or 3 Second Current Sensing Delay: Default 3 Minute.
Last Door Arming: Default ON.
Doors Lock With Last Door Arming: Default OFF.
Automatic Rearming: Default ON.
Doors Lock with Automatic Rearming: Default OFF.
Steady Siren or Pulsed Horn Output: Default Steady Siren.
Doors Lock and Unlock With Ignition On and Off: Default ON.
30 or 60 Second Activation Duration: Default 30 Seconds.
Double Unlock Pulse: Default OFF.
Open Door Arming Alert: Default OFF.
Trunk Release Disarms System: Default ON.
Transmitter Activated Anti-Carjacking Protection: Default OFF.
Door Activated Anti-Carjacking Protection: Default OFF.
Ignition Activated Anti-Carjacking Protection: Default OFF.
Confirmation Chirps: Default ON.
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Installation
Mounting The Main Control Module: The Main Control Module contains the electronics necessary for the security system’s operation. Always mount this module in the
vehicle’s interior compartment, in a secure location that is not easily accessible. Ensure
that moisture, vibration and temperature extremes are minimized. Acceptable locations
may include mounting behind the dash, behind the glovebox or other interior panels.
Mounting The Siren: Find a location in the engine compartment away from the extreme
heat of the engine and manifold. A suitable location will offer a firm mounting surface,
will also allow sound dispersion out of the engine compartment, and not be accessible to
a thief. The siren must be pointed downward to avoid moisture collecting inside it and to
enhance sound dispersal.
Wiring Connections: The security system’s wires should be securely connected to
the appropriate vehicle wires with the proper terminals, connectors, or by soldering and
insulating with quality vinyl electrical tape or heat shrink tubing. All wiring should be
carefully routed to avoid the possibility of chaffing or otherwise being damaged. Make all
required connections, then plug the harnesses into the control module.
Wiring Connections
Black Wire - (- Ground Input): The Black wire’s function is to supply Ground,
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CONNECTION: Using the correct sized crimp-on ring terminal, connect the Black
wire
to the metal frame of the vehicle, preferably using an existing machine-threaded fastener.
Make sure that the ring terminal attached to the Black wire has contact with bright, clean
metal. If necessary, scrape any paint, rust or grease away from the connection point until
the metal is bright and clean. If the control module has an insufficient ground connection,
the security system can find partial ground through the wires that are connected to other
circuits, but the alarm will not function correctly, giving the impression of a defective
control module. The alarm can partially work, so a bad ground wire connection would
be suspected. In some cases the alarm could arm and disarm properly -but not function
correctly otherwise.
The Black wire attached to the control module is the antenna wire. Do not connect
this wire to anything or the transmitter’s range will be reduced or eliminated. Stretch
the Black antenna wire out and as high as possible for the best operating range.
Red Wire - (+12 Volts Input): The Red wire’s function is to supply Constant
+12 Volts to the security system. When +12 Volts is first applied to the Red wire, the system
will revert to the state it was in previously. The Red wire also supplies +12 Volts to the
built-in relay for flashing the parking lights.
CONNECTION: Connect the Red wire to a source which has +12 Volts at all times.
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5 Wire Reversal Rest At - Ground Systems: This power doorlock system differs from the - Ground and +12 Volts pulse systems in the fact that there are no relays or
doorlock control unit. In this type of system, the switches themselves supply the positive
voltage directly to the doorlock actuators, and, more importantly, provide the return ground
path. The correct doorlock interface for this type of system is the optional DLS and 2 SPDT
relays. The important thing to remember is that the wires in this system rest at - Ground,
which means that the wires must be “opened”, or cut, to make the connections.
Programming Features
Step #1: Turn “off” the ignition; within 10 seconds press the Valet Switch 5 times. The
siren will sound a long and short siren chip indicating Features Programming
Mode.
Step #2: Within 10 seconds select the desired feature by pressing the Valet Switch the
number of times as the feature number. The siren will chirp the same number of
times to confirm which feature is selected.
Step #3: Within 10 seconds press either the transmitter’s large upper button to turn the
feature on (response is one siren chirp), or the small center button to turn the feature
off (response is two siren chirps). Select and program each desired feature.
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5 Wire Reversal Rest At - Ground
with optional DLS and 2 SPDT
Relays.
Driver
Doorlock
Switch
DLS connector plugs
into control module.
Relay
DLS Violet
wire to
+12 Volts
Relay
Passenger
Doorlock
Switch
DLS
Unlock
Unlock
DLS White wire to
Lock wire, “Switch” side.
DLS Brown Wire to
Unlock wire, “Switch” side.
Lock
- Ground
+
Driver
Doorlock
Actuator
DLS Green wire to Lock
wire, “Motor” side
. +12 Volts
DLS Blue wire to Unlock
Cut both Lock and Wire, “Motor” side.
Unlock wires in car
Examine the wires on the back of the switch. Normally 5 wires
will be found. Of the wires, one will be +12 Volts, regardless of the
switch’s position. Two wires will be - Ground regardless of the switch’s
position. Of the two remaining wires, one will show +12 Volts when the
switch is pushed to “lock”, and the other will show +12 Volts positive
when the switch is pushed to “unlock”. When the correct wires are
found, they must be cut. Notice in the diagram that the driver’s switch
is the primary switch and referred to as the “switch” wires. The wires
that go to the secondary switch are referred to as the “motor” wires.
Even though the cut is made between the switches, the two sides are
still correctly called the “switch” and the “motor” sides.
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Lock
Passenger
Doorlock
Actuator
block or the fuse/junction block. Never just insert the Red wire or any other security system wire behind a fuse. Also, please note that connecting directly to the battery’s Positive
terminal will expose this connection to failure due to a corrosive environment. The source
connection must have at least a 15 Amp capacity at all times.
Yellow Wire - (+12 Volts Ignition Input): The Yellow wire is an ignition “on”
input to the security system. This connection is critical to the proper operation of many of
the security system’s operations.
CONNECTION: This wire supplies +12 Volts to the control module whenever the
ignition switch is “on”. This connection should be made at the ignition switch harness, to
the primary ignition circuit. Primary ignition has 0 Volts when the ignition key is in the
“Lock”, “Off” and “Accessory” positions; and +12 Volts in the “Run” and “Start” positions.
Locate the correct wire at the ignition switch harness and securely splice the Yellow wire
to it. This connection is critical to the proper operation of “Enhanced 3rd Channel Operation”, which is explained in the Owner’s Manual.
+
Orange Wire - (- Ground Output For Starter Interrupt): The Orange
wire is for the starter disable socket and relay. The function of this wire is to provide a
500mA - Ground Output whenever the security system is in an armed state. This output
supplies - Ground to one side of the relay’s coil. The other side of the relay coil will be
supplied with +12 Volts from the ignition switch, but only if the ignition switch is turned
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Starter Disable Socket Red Wire
To The Ignition Switch Side Of
The Cut.
87a
30
87
85
86
COIL
Socket
Orange
Wire
Ignition
Switch
Cutting The Vehicle’s
Starter Wire Will Leave
Two Sides- The Ignition
Switch Side And The
Starter Solenoid Side.
Starter Disable Socket
White Wire To The Starter
Solenoid Side Of The Cut.
Security
System
Control
Unit
Control
Module
Orange
Wire
Starter
Solenoid
3 Wire +12 Volts Pulse Systems: This power doorlock system is very similar to the
3 wire - Ground pulse system except the vehicle’s doorlock switches use +12 Volts pulses
to operate the doorlock relays/control unit. Examine the wires on the back of the switch.
Of the three wires, one will be +12 Volts, regardless of the switch’s position. Of the two
remaining wires, one will show +12 Volts when the switch is pushed to “lock”, and the
other
will show +12 Volts when
the switch is
pushed to
Relay
+
Relay
DLS Violet wire to +12 Volts
DLS connector
plugs into control
module.
DLS
To +12 Volts
DLS Green wire
to Switch Lock wire.
DLS Blue wire to
Switch Unlock wire.
Unlock
Lock
Door Lock
Switch
Configuring a Starter Disable using the Socket & Relay.
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DLS Brown & White wires
are not used in this system
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Vehicle’s Doorlock
Relay Control Unit
3 Wire +12 Volts doorlocks with the optional DLS and 2 SPDT Relays.
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+
3 Wire - Ground Pulse Systems: This power doorlock system is indicated by the
presence of three wires at the switch. Of these, one will show constant - Ground, regardless
of whether the switch is being operated or not (at rest). Of the remaining two wires, one
will show - Ground when the switch is pushed to the “lock” position, and the other wire
will show - Ground when the switch is pushed to the “unlock” position. With the switch
at rest, these two wires will read voltage, usually +12 Volts, but in some cases less. The
the switches operate doorlock relays or a doorlock control unit with built-in relays. The
correct connection point is between the switches and the relays. In most cases, vehicles
that have this type of power doorlock system may be wired direct,
because all that’s needed to
Doorlock
Actuators
operate the vehicle’s relays
are - Ground pulses.
Relay
+
Relay
DLS Violet wire to - Ground
DLS connector
plugs into control
module.
DLS
Doorlock
Switch
DLS Green wire
to Switch Lock wire.
Ground
DLS Blue wire to
Switch Unlock wire.
Unlock
+
to the “start” position. If this occurs, the coil will energize, activating the relay, which in
turn will open the starter circuit. The starter interrupt prevents the vehicle from starting
only if the alarm is armed (including while the alarm is activated), and will draw current
from the vehicle’s electrical system only if an attempt is made to start the vehicle.
CONNECTION: To interrupt the vehicle’s starter circuit, the starter wire must be located
and cut. It is recommended that this connection be done as close to the ignition switch as
possible. Use a voltmeter, not a test light, to find the correct wire, which is the wire from
the ignition switch to the starter solenoid. CAUTION! Avoid the airbag circuit! Improper
use of a test light can cause deployment of the airbag, which may result in bodily injury!
Test lights can also damage on-board computers and associated sensors.
The starter wire will read +12 Volts only when ignition key is in “start” position (cranking the engine). Cut this wire at a suitable location. Confirm that this is the correct wire
by turning the ignition switch to the “start” position. The starter should not engage.
Connect the starter disable socket’s Red wire to the ignition switch side, and its White
wire to the starter solenoid side. Be sure that good, solid electrical connections are made
as this generally is a high amperage circuit. Connect the security system’s Orange wire to
the Orange wire of the starter disable socket. Note: If the Orange wire touches 12 volts
positive directly or has more than a 500ma ground load, the circuit will be damaged.
Lock
Vehicle’s Doorlock
Relay Control Unit
3 Wire - Ground doorlocks with the optional DLS and 2 SPDT Relays.
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Brown Wire - (Audible Output): The Brown wire is the system’s audible out-
plug directly into the control module. Omega sensors are available which include those that
monitor shock to the vehicle, detect changes in atmospheric pressure within the vehicle,
and radar sensors that can detect motion inside and outside the vehicle. When adding an
optional sensor, follow the installation instructions included with the sensor. After installing,
route the harness and connector from the sensor to the security system control module. Plug
the sensor’s connector into the module’s White port marked “Aux.”.
Using The Siren: Confirm that the control module is configured for its “as shipped”
configuration of +12 Volts. The top of the control module has an access panel marked
“(-) Horn” on its left side and “(+) Siren” on its right side. Open this panel by sliding it to
the right, and pivoting it down. Below is a 3-pin standup; ensure that the attached jumper
is installed on the right two pins, in the “(+)” position. Replace the access panel. This
standup and jumper are shown in the Wiring Diagram Overview on pages 16-17.
Mounting The Siren: Find a location in the engine compartment away from the extreme
heat of the engine and manifold. A suitable location will offer a firm mounting surface,
will also allow sound dispersion out of the engine compartment, and not be accessible to
a thief.
The last point is most important; it is advisable to seek a location for the siren which
requires removal of engine compartment components, the battery, for example, to access
the siren. This greatly reduces the “defeatability” of the security system. The siren must
be pointed downward to avoid moisture collecting inside it and to enhance sound dispersal. The siren’s wires should be carefully routed so as to be not easily detectable, and to
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Plug-In Power Doorlock Interface Port: This security system features a
plug-in port for an optional doorlock interface. The 3 pin port on the alarm control module
produces a - Ground pulse for lock, a +12 Volts pin for the optional relay coils only, and
a - Ground pulse for unlocking the doors. The doorlock connections needed will depend
upon the type of power doorlocks the vehicle has. The vehicle must have existing power
doorlocks. If not present, power doorlocks may be added to the vehicle by utilizing one of
several Omega power doorlock kits. The vast majority of power doorlocks are found as
three system types: 3 wire - Ground pulse, 3 wire +12 Volts pulse and 5 wire reversal. The
best way to identify a doorlock system is to examine the doorlock switch’s wiring. The
following pages will show schematic diagrams of how to connect an optional DLS (also
requires two relays) to these power doorlock systems. The DLS is a dual relay socket with
a harness and connector to plug into the alarm control module and non-terminated wires to
splice into the vehicle’s wiring. The DLS and two relays are the most universal doorlock
interface available. The relays used with it are standard 30 amp single pole, double throw
(SPDT) automotive relays.
put. It is capable of being configured for either +12 Volts or Negative output, and it can
be programmed to be a steady output or pulsed output. Configured +12 Volts it is a high
amperage output to drive an electronic siren; configured Negative it is a low amperage output
to operate a relay to sound the vehicle’s existing horn. Typically, the former configuration
is programmed as steady, and the later configuration is programmed as pulsed.
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Prewired Plug-In Features
Red LED Status Light: The Red LED Status Light may be mounted in the
included combination LED Status Light and Valet Switch holder. Mount the holder in a
location where it can easily be seen by the driver, and preferably where it can be seen from
outside, as the LED Status Light provides a level of visual deterrence. After mounting the
combination holder, route the Red connector to the security system control module and
insert it into the Red port on the control module. For a complete description of the LED
Status Light’s operation, please see the Owner’s Manual.
Valet Switch: The Valet Switch may also be mounted in the included combination
LED Status Light and Valet Switch holder. The Valet Switch allows the operator access to
Easy ValetTM and Valet Override modes. The Valet Switch is also part of the programming
operations for encoding transmitters and changing the 16 Programmable Features. These
operations are explained in detail in the Owner’s Manual. After mounting the combination
holder, route the Blue connector to the security system control module and insert it into the
Blue port on the control module.
Auxiliary Sensor Port: This security system features a plug-in port for an
additional sensor device, and includes a dual zone shock sensor. This port supplies +12
Volts, - Ground output when the system is armed, a - Ground instant trigger input, and a
- Ground prewarn trigger input. Most Omega Research and Development, Inc. sensors
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CONNECTION: The Brown wire must be connected directly to the siren’s Red wire,
and the siren’s Black wire is connected to - Ground, which may be to any clean, bare metal
point of the vehicle’s chassis. The use of an existing grounding point is a good location.
Do not configure the control module’s 3-pin standup jumper for “(-) Horn” and connect
the Brown wire to the siren’s Black wire.
Using The Vehicle’s Existing Horn: This will require that the control module
be configured for “(-) Horn” and that programmable feature #7 be changed from “Steady
Siren” to “Pulsed Horn. To change Brown wire’s polarity from the “as shipped” configuration of +12 Volts, locate the access panel marked “(-) Horn” on its left side and “(+) Siren”
on its right side on top of the control module. Open this panel by sliding it to the right, and
pivoting it down. Below is a 3-pin standup; remove the attached jumper from the right two
pins (the “(+)” position), and reinstall it onto the two left pins (the “(-)” position). Replace
the access panel. This standup and jumper are shown in the Wiring Diagram Overview
on pages 16-17. Upon completion of all wiring connections, consult the Owner’s Manual
and program feature #7 for “Pulsed Horn” audible output setting.
CONNECTION: The Brown wire may be connected directly to the vehicle’s horn
switch wire, provided the circuit operates with .25 Amp of current or less. First, ensure that
the vehicle’s horn operates with the ignition switch “off”; if not, an optional relay and the
“direct to horn” method is needed. If the horn sounds when the ignition if “off”, the next
step is to locate the vehicle’s horn switch wire to determine the presence of an existing
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horn relay. CAUTION! Avoid the airbag circuit! The target wire is typically found around
the steering column; the correct wire will show +12 Volts normally, and no voltage when
the horn is being sounded. Once the vehicle’s horn wire is identified, the electrical switching load must be determined.
The most direct method is to cut the wire and measure the switching load with a digital
multimeter (DMM). Connect the meter’s Black lead to the cut wire from the switch, and
its Red lead to the cut wire to the horn. Set the meter to its highest scale first, then press
the horn switch to obtain the switching load reading. If the results are a switching load of
.25 Amp (250 milliamperes, or mA), then the control module’s Brown wire may be connected directly to the vehicle’s horn switch wire. Other alternative testing methods include
disconnecting the horns, then operate the horn switch. Typically, a “clicking” sound from
the vehicle can heard as the horn button is pressed, and released, which confirms the presence of an existing horn relay. Yet another alternative is to consult a wiring schematic of
the vehicle in question to determine if an existing horn relay is present. The least desirable
testing method is the use of a standard +12 Volt test light. CAUTION! Avoid the airbag
circuit! This is one of the few uses left for a standard test light in a modern vehicle; use a
digital multimeter (DMM) to identify the horn wire first. Probing an airbag circuit with a
standard test light can cause the Airbag to deploy! Connect the test light clip to _ Ground,
and probe the wire. If the horn sounds when probed, a direct connection may be made. If
not, use the following diagram to configure an optional relay. When the control module
is configured for “(-) Horn” output, exceeding its .25 Amp capability will cause damage
to the control module.
Black/White Wire - (- Ground Output For Domelight Supervi-
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sion): The Black/White wire is provided for domelight supervision, by configuring an
optional SPDT relay. This feature will illuminate the interior lights of the vehicle upon
disarming the system.
CONNECTION: For all applications an optional relay will be needed- use the following diagram. If Automatic Rearming is not desired but Last Door Arming is, connect the
Green or Violet Door Trigger Wire to relay pin 87a.
Wiring an optional Relay for a - ground Dome Light.
Dome
Light
To - Ground
87
To +12 Volt
86
87a 85
30
To +12
Volts
Factory Domelight Wire
Security
System
Control
Unit
Black/White
Wire
Pink Wire - 3rd Channel Output: The function of the Pink wire is to provide
an output similar to the Gray trunk release wire. Press the small lower transmitter button
for 3 seconds to activate this output. Once activated, this output will last for one second,
or, for as long as the transmitter button is held down, until the transmitter battery-saver
feature turns the transmitter off. This feature can be used to activate other optional modules
(Example: car starting equipment or power window roll up units).
CONNECTION: For most applications an optional relay will be needed- use the following diagram. This output will not disarm the security system when activated.
Optional Relay Wiring Diagram
Security
System
Control
Unit
To +12 Volts or
- Ground as needed.
Optional Relay wiring diagram.
To vehicle’s
horn wire.
To +12 Volts.
30
86
87a
85
87
Connect to +12 Volts
or
- Ground as needed
to operate the horn.
Brown wire
from control
module.
White Wire - (+12 Volts Flashing Light Output): This is a +12 Volts output
87
Pink Wire
85
87a
86
30
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To +12 Volts
Output to
optional device.
for exterior flashing light confirmation and to attract attention to the vehicle if the security
system is activated.
CONNECTION: Connect this wire to the vehicle’s +12 Volts parking light circuit.
This wire can usually be found at the following locations: at the headlight switch, at the
fuse/junction block, or in the rear body harness in the driver kick panel. Some vehicles,
notably Toyotas, have a parking light relay which is triggered by a - Ground circuit wire.
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from the headlight switch. These cars can still be connected directly to the White wire by
finding the parking light circuit after the relay, usually at the Fuse/Junction Block.
The correct wire will show +12 Volts when the headlight switch is in the “Parking
Light” and “Head Light” positions. When such a wire is located, be sure to also test that
it is non-rheostated: while metering the wire, operate the dash light dimmer control. The
correct wire will show no change in voltage when the dimmer is operated. Do not attempt
to flash the parking lights by connecting the White wire to a rheostated (dimmer) circuit!
This will backfeed the parking lights through the rheostat or illumination control module,
and possibly cause damage to the vehicle or the control unit. Also, if the White wire contacts - Ground, the system’s control module may be damaged.
3 Suggested
Parking Light
Connections:
Do not connect to
the dimmer circuit!
Damage to the control unit or vehicle
can occur!
Dash Lights
White
Wire
10 Amp
Dimmer
Junction
Block
Parking Lights
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Security
System
Control
Unit
Head
Light
Switch
Rear Body Harness
Also, if selected, the security system will automatically disarm, unlock the doors and illuminate the exterior lights on for 30 seconds (unless a door is opened or the ignition switch
is turned “on”). The trunk release feature can be operated anytime with the ignition switch
“off”, but not when it is “on”. Unless the vehicle’s trunk release switch negatively triggers
a release relay which draws no more than 250mA, an optional relay must be used.
To +12 Volts or - Ground as needed. In
this drawing, - Ground is needed; in other
applications +12 Volts may be needed.
87
To +12 Volts
Parking
Lights
Gray Wire
86
87a
Security
System
Control
Unit
85
30
Release
Switch
Release
Solenoid
To
+12
Volts
Wiring an optional Relay for Trunk Release.
CONNECTION: An optional relay is required. Connect the Gray wire to relay pin 85,
and connect +12 Volts to relay pin 86. Connect pins 87, 87a & 30 as indicated in the diaPage - 21
when combining electronic sensors together, or, in the same circuit with pin switches:
Note: Use IN4002 diodes.
Security
System
Control
Unit
Trunk
Trunk
Pin
Switch
Hood
Pin
Switch
Optional
Electronic
Sensor
Blue - Ground Instant Trigger Wire.
Many European-made vehicles have separate left and right side parking lights. When
left & right parking lights are on separate circuits, a pair of 6 Amp to 10 Amp diodes must
be used to connect the White wire to each parking light circuit. Flashing the headlights
is not recommended- the halogen headlights found in modern vehicles are not designed
to be rapidly turned on and off. If connected to the security system, a reduction of their
useful life may be noticed. If flashing the headlights is still desired, a relay must be used,
since the headlights’ current draw exceeds the 7 Amp rating of the built-in relay. If flashing
headlights and parking lights are desired, use two relays - one relay will supply the parking
lights and the other relay will supply the headlights.
Connecting Left & Right Parking Lights using two Diodes.
Diode-Isolating multiple - Ground instant triggers.
Gray Wire - (- Ground Output For Optional Trunk Release): The func-
tion of the Gray wire is to provide an optional output, the primary use being trunk release.
Press and hold the small transmitter button for three seconds to activate this output. When
activated the Gray wire will provide a 250mA Negative Ground pulse for 1 second; or,
stay grounded for as long as the small transmitter button is depressed, for up to 15 seconds.
Using this output can also disarm the system.
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Security
System
Control
Unit
Note: Use Two
IN4006 Diodes.
White
Wire
Right Parking Lights
Head
Light
Switch
10 Amp
Left Parking Lights
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Green Wire - (- Ground Door Trigger Input): The Green wire’s function is
an open door input to the control module for vehicles having - Ground switching door pin
switches. This circuit has effects on many security system operations, the primary being
the activation of the system (sounding the siren and flashing the parking lights) if it is in an
armed state. If the Last Door Arming features is utilized, closing the door will cause the
Last Door Arming sequence will begin, and it will be suspended if a door is reopened.
Note: The Driver Pin Switch often will have an
extra wire that goes to the Ignition Key Warning.
This circuit will trigger the security system, but
only from the driver’s door; this is the incorrect
activation wire.
Dome
Driver
Pin
Switch
To +12 Volts
Passenger
Pin
Switch
This is the correct trigger
wire. Connection may be
made at any point.
Typical - Ground Type
Dome Light System.
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CONNECTION: Connect the Violet wire to a wire in the vehicle which is common to
all the door pin switches. The correct wire for this type of dome light/door jamb pin switch
system will have +12 Volts present when the doors are opened, and - Ground when the doors
are closed. The correct wire will show this change when any of the doors are opened.
Blue Wire - (- Ground Instant Trigger Input): The Blue wire is a - Ground
instant trigger used to detect entry into the hood or trunk area of a vehicle. If the security
system is armed, grounding the Blue will activate it.
CONNECTION: The included pin switches may be installed to provide this trigger
circuit Or, if there are existing switches (example: a light in the luggage compartment or
a “Trunk Ajar” light in the dash), the Blue wire may be connected directly, provided this
is a- Ground switching circuit. An indication of such a circuit is the wire having no voltage present when the hood or trunk is open, and up to +12 Volts when the hood or trunk
is closed. This circuit cannot be used with mercury switch types of hood or trunk lights.
If the vehicle is equipped with a usable trunk or hood circuit, locate the proper wire and
splice the Blue wire directly to the vehicle’s wire.
When wiring more than one of the vehicle’s circuits and/or additional circuits to this
wire, diode-isolation may be required to maintain each circuit’s proper operation. An
example would be wiring a hood pin switch and trunk light switch together. Without isolating, the trunk light will illuminate whenever the hood is raised. Also, diode-isolation is
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to connect to in this type of system is the common wire which is routed to the dome light
itself.
Violet Wire - (+12 Volts Door Trigger Input): The Violet wire’s functions
are identical to the Green Door Trigger wire, with the sole exception that it is an open
door input to the control module for vehicles having +12 Volts door pin switches. For a
description of the Violet wires complete effects upon the system’s operations, please see
the Green wire’s description.
Typical Positive
Dome Light System.
Driver
Pin
Switch
Dome
This is
the correct
trigger wire.
To - Ground
To +12 Volts
Ignition Key Warning.
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Passenger
Pin
Switch
Opening a door during Automatic Rearming will also suspend that feature. Last Door
Arming and Automatic Rearming are related automatic arming features. If the system has
been programmed to lock and unlock the doors with the ignition switch being turned “on”
and “off”, an open door will cancel the automatic locking or unlocking.
CONNECTION: Connect the Green wire to a wire in the vehicle which is common to
all the door pin switches. The correct wire in this type of dome light/door jamb pin switch
system typically has no voltage present and will also show - Ground when the doors are
opened, and also up to +12 Volts when the doors are closed. The correct wire will show this
change when any of the doors are opened. If the vehicle has delay dome lights, remember
to take this into account when testing the wire. If the car has a delay dome light the system
can be armed from the transmitter, and will start protecting the Green wire circuit when the
dome light turns off. In Last Door Arming mode, the system arms 30 seconds after the delay
dome light turns off. The diagram illustrates a basic negative courtesy light system.
If the pin switch is mounted in the metal structure of the vehicle, and the dome light
goes out when the switch is removed, suspect a grounding-type dome light system. If the
switch
is mounted in plastic, a constant ground wire will also be present. While the traditional pin
switch is mounted in the front door jamb area, also be aware that many vehicles utilize other
types of switch devices to operate the interior lights. Some imports have a sliding type of
switch and many have the pin or sliding switches in the rear door jamb area.
Also be aware of vehicles which diode-isolate each door. Typically, this is usually enPage - 15
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Wiring Diagram Overview
Relay
AU-SOCKET &
1 SPDT RELAY FOR
STARTER INTERRUPT
Starter
Relay
Ignition
Switch
YELLOW = ACC.12V
GRAY = TRUNK ORANGE = STARTERBLK/WHT = RELAYWHITE = LIGHTS+
BROWN = HORN/SIREN+
VIOLET = DOOR+
BLUE = TRIGGREEN = DOORPINK = #3 CHANNEL-
Black: (-) Ground
Battery
Red: (+) 12 Volts
(+) Door
Pin Switch
Siren
Black
Wire
15 Amp
Yellow: Ignition (+) 12 Volts
+
Siren
Gray: (-)
Trunk
Release
Output
Siren OR
Red
Wire
Factory Horn
Wire or Relay
Brown: (+) Siren or (-) Horn Output
Hood /
Trunk (-)
Pin Switch
Violet: (+) Door
White: (+) Parking Light Output
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(-) Door
Pin Switch
Green: (-) Door
Blue: (-) Instant
Access Panel
for Audible
DOOR LOCK
Output Jumper
Slide &
RED = +12V
Rotate
BLACK = GROUND
LED LIGHT
(-)
(+)
Horn Siren
OPTIONAL
SPDT
RELAY FOR
3RD CHANNEL
OUTPUT
Orange: Armed (-) Output
Red: To
Ignition
Switch
White:
To Starter
Relay
OPTIONAL
SPDT RELAY FOR
TRUNK RELEASE
VALET SWITCH
10 Amp
OPTIONAL SPDT
RELAY FOR DOME Relay
LIGHT SUPERVISION
AUX. PLUG
Black/White:
Dome Light Output - Connect To Relay Coil
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v
Jumper
2 right pins = (+)
OR
2 left pins = (-)
Audible Output
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