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90-904
VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM
OPERATION/INSTALLATION
MANUAL
CAUTION!!!
This Security System must only be installed by a Qualified Technician to ensure proper operation.
If you are not familiar with proper installation procedures, DO NOT continue with the installation.
Improper Installation could damage the system or the vehicle in which it is installed and may also
void manufacturers' warranties.
Save this manual for future reference.
PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL
BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE INSTALLATION!!!
© 2002 T.R.C. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED V1.0
90-904 Operation Guidelines
• Remote Arming
Press
for one second. Doors will lock, siren will chirp once, the parking light will flash
once, and the red LED light on the dashboard will begin flashing slowly. The system is armed
NOTE: If the siren chirps three times during Arming, then one of the entry points (hood, doors,
trunk is left opened). The system will begin to protect your vehicle but will not lock the doors.
Closing the hood, doors or trunk will correct the problem.
Programming Alarm System Features
1. System must not be in valet, which is indicated by the solid green LED.
2. Select the feature you wish to program from the Programming Table below.
3. Turn ignition key ON and begin pressing the valet switch a preset number of times listed on
the Programming Table.
4. Press ,
or
on the remote to select the feature. Take note of the LED status.
5. Repeat steps 3 - 4 for other feature you wish to program.
6. Turn the ignition key off after you have completed the programming functions.
• Remote Disarming
To disarm, press
for one second. Doors will unlock, siren will chirp twice, the LED light will go
out, and the parking lights will flash twice. The system is disarmed. If the door lock option was
chosen, the doors will unlock at this time.
Note: While disarming the system, you may hear 4 chirps instead of the normal 2 chirps to
confirm disarming. This means that the system was triggered in your absence.
• Remote Chirp Delete
There may be occasions when you wish to arm or disarm the system, but do not want the chirps
to disturb anyone. Simply press
. The confirmation chirp(s) will be eliminated for that one
operation only.
• Remote Panic
This panic feature is particularly useful if someone is harassing you, or if you see suspicious
persons around your car and do not want to approach them directly. Press and hold down
for about 3 seconds. The system will automatically sound the alarm and lock the doors.
To shut off the remote panic feature, simply depress the
again.
Note: This feature works even when vehicle is running.
• Remote warn-away delete
By pressing
immediately after arming the system, siren will chirp once and the first stage
(warning stage) shock sensor will be deleted. The system will sound whenever any impact is
detected. Once the system has been disarmed, the system will revert to normal operation.
• Remote Shock Sensor Override
The shock sensor can be deleted by remote transmitter by pressing
+
after arming the
system, the system will chirp the siren, the horn will honk (if connected). The sensor will now be
deactivated. This will be for one time only. The system will resume normal sensor protection
upon rearming the alarm.
PROGRAMING FEATURE TABLE
FEATURE
#SWITCH
LED FLASH
Passive/Active
1
Active
Passive
–
1 Red
Passive Lock
2
OFF
ON
–
1 Red
Ignition Control
Door Lock
3
OFF
ON
Lock Only
3 Red
Door Lock Pulse
4
0.8 sec.
3.5 sec.
–
4 Red
Door Unlock Pulse
5
Single
Double
–
1 Green
Driver's Door
Unlock Priority
6
OFF
ON
–
1 Green
1 Red
Chirp Confirmation
7
ON
OFF
–
CH-3 Output
8
Continuous
Latch ON/OFF
Car Start Mode
1 Green
2 Red
1 Green
3 Red
2 Green
Siren / Horn
11
Siren
Horn
–
Auto Rearm
12
ON
OFF
–
• Remote Instant Trigger Override
The remote transmitter can delete the instant trigger by pressing
after arming the system, the
system will chirp the siren, the horn will honk (if connected). The instant trigger is now
deactivated. This will be for one time only. The system will resume normal operation upon
rearming the alarm.
Open Door Warning
When Armed
14
OFF
ON
–
2Green
4 Red
Door Unclosed
Warning w/ignition
15
OFF
ON
–
3 Green
• Remote Car Finder
Simply press
in arming mode, the siren will chirp once, the parking light will flash once.
Anti-Carjack
16
–
3 Green
1 Red
(Parking Lights Flash)
OFF
ON
1 Red
2 Green
2 Red
• Valet mode
If you are going to have your vehicle serviced, parked by a valet or washed you will want to put
your system into valet mode. Turn ignition key to ON position. Press and hold valet switch for
5 seconds. LED will turn to green, siren will chirp once, and parking lights will flash once. To
exit Valet Mode, repeat the previous procedure. The LED will turn off, siren will sound twice,
and parking lights will flash twice. The system returns to normal operation.
Note: In valet mode, remote door lock and unlock, and panic still function.
• Ignition Door Lock/Unlock
This feature will lock the doors when ignition key is turned ON and will unlock the doors when
ignition key is turned OFF.
Note: If any one of the doors is open, turning the ignition on will not lock the door.
1
6
Door Lock Output with On-Board Relays
Use the following guidelines to wire different types of door lock systems.
Door Lock Output Harness
• Multi-Vehicle Operation
may be programmed to operate ARM and DISARM on second vehicle. Consult with your
dealer for further details.
• Auto Rearm
This feature is designed to protect your vehicle in the event of unintentional disarming. In the
event of accidental disarming, the alarm will automatically rearm and lock the door within 30
seconds, unless the door is opened or the ignition is turned to the “ON” position.
• Malfunction By-Pass
The system will automatically by-pass faulty sensor until it is corrected. All remaining sensors
will function.
• Safety Lockout system
This alarm is equipped with a safety lockout system to keep the alarm from arming while the
vehicle is being driven.
• Siren Duration
While the system is in armed condition, if the door or hood is opened the siren will sound and
parking light will flash for 30 seconds. Then it will stop and automatically reset and re-arm. If
one of the doors remains open, the system will sound a maximum of four cycles.
• Tamper Report
When disarming the system, you may hear 4 chirps instead of the normal 2 chirps. This means
that the system was triggered in your absence.
• Emergency Manual Override
The override switch is used in case of an emergency, such as the lost or malfunction of your
transmitter.
1. Open the driver’s door. Siren will sound and parking lights will flash.
2. Turn ignition key to the ON position.
3. Press and hold valet switch for 5 seconds. Siren and parking lights emit 4 chirps and 4 flashes.
4. Turn ignition switch OFF.
Code Learning
Using the following procedure, new remote code can be learned by the module.
Note: 1) Unit must be disarmed.
2) Unit will allow 3 remotes to be programmed. Program
ONLY on the new transmitter,
other buttons of the transmitter will be automatically configured.
3) When code learning procedure is initiated, all previously stored codes will be deleted, so
it is necessary to program all remotes at once.
1. Turn the ignition key ON/OFF 3 times (ON/OFF, ON/OFF, ON/OFF)
2. Press and hold the valet switch for 5 seconds. The Red LED light will stay on constant.
3. Press
of the new transmitter, the LED will turn to Green for 1 second, then turn back to
Red, Siren will chirp once. This confirms the new remote control transmitter has been learned.
Other buttons of the transmitter will be automatically configured at the same time.
4. Press
of the second transmitter then third transmitter within 15 seconds, or system will
exit Code Learning Mode after 15 seconds.
Button Configuration and Functions
Power and Ground Connections
Caution: Do not plug in the system fuses until the final step below.
1. Connect the alarm Black wire to chassis ground.
2. Connect the empty fuse assembly(s) to the positive battery post.
3. Inspect all alarm wiring. Make sure all wires are connected. Install the fuse in the alarm
module Red wire fuse case.
BUTTON
Hold
for 3 sec.
+
(ARMED) within 3 sec.
then
within 3 sec.
then +
within 3 sec.
then
5
SYSTEM FUNCTION
Arm/Panic
Disarm
Trunk Release (Ch-2)
2nd Car Operation
Ch-3 Ouput
Delete Light Shock Sensor
Delete Instant Trigger
Delete All Sensors
2
• Anti-Carjack Feature (Optional)
Anti-Carjack Feature is a safety feature that helps recover your vehicle from Car-Jackers.
This feature will activate whenever ignition is turned ON and if a door is opened and closed
while engine is running. LED will begin to flash slowly. After 15 sec. siren will begin to chirp and
30 sec. later, full siren and light flash with starter disable will engage and if the engine is turned
off manually at this time it will not be able to start again.
During this 30 seconds count down, turning the Valet Switch ON then OFF will reset the car-jack
feature this time until the next trigger is activated, such as opening and closing a door.
NOTE : this feature is always active so if the vehicle is taken to service or wash, put the system
in valet.
90-904 Installation Guidelines
Purple/Black: (-) 500mA Driver’s Door Unlock Priority
This wire will provide a (-) pulse output for unlocking the driver’s door only. (See Programming
Feature Table to turn this feature ON)
White: (+) 12V Parking Light Output
This wire provides +12VDC pulse to flash the vehicle’s parking lights.
Connect the white wire to the positive side of vehicle’s parking light wire.
Brown: (+) 12V Siren/Horn Output
Connect the siren Red wire to the Brown wire of the alarm module. Connect the siren Black wire to
ground. (See Programming Feature Table to change to (+) Horn output)
Yellow: Switch Ignition Input (+) 12V
1. Use a voltmeter to locate the wire that shows +12 volts when the ignition key is in the “ON”
and “Crank” position, and 0 volt when the ignition key is in the “OFF” position.
2. Connect the control unit Yellow wire to the vehicle’s ignition wire.
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
Right Connection Electronics, Inc. (TRC) warrants the control module (Central
Processing Unit) to be free from defects in material and workmanship to the
owner of the vehicle in which the system was originally installed, for the life of the
vehicle. This warranty is non-transferable. For the purpose of this warranty,
transfer includes but is not limited to sale of the vehicle or reinstallation of the system in a different vehicle. All other components of the system are warranted for
one year from the date of purchase. Additional TRC security products have a 90day warranty unless otherwise noted in writing by TRC. If a part becomes defective and is under warranty, TRC at their option will repair or replace the defective
part(s) at no charge, except as set forth below.
To obtain warranty repair or replacement as set forth above, the vehicle must be
returned to the original installing dealer or any authorized dealer for removal of
the defective parts. The dealer will send the system to Right Connection
Electronics Inc., 22745 Old Canal Road, Yorba Linda CA 92887. All products
sent in for warranty repair or replacement must be accompanied by a photocopy
of the original sales receipt or dated proof of purchase and a check or money
order for $15.00 ($10.00 processing fee + $5.00 shipping charge). If proof of purchase is not provided the warranty period shall be for one year from Manufacture
date. TRC will repair or replace the system and return it postage prepaid to the
dealer. Please allow adequate time (4 - 6 weeks) for shipping and processing.
Any damage as a result of abuse, misuse, accidents, improper installation,
improper wiring, neglect, unauthorized repair, modification or acts of God shall
render the warranty null and void.
This warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of defective parts only.
Therefore, TRC is not responsible for removal and reinstallation charges, shipping charges, theft of the vehicle or it's contents, damages either incidental or
consequential resulting from any malfunction or failure of the system. Under no
circumstance is this warranty or the product covered by this warranty to be construed as a guarantee against theft or loss of property.
3
(2) Gray wires: 14 AWG Starter Interrupt
1. Locate the ignition switch wire loom under the dashboard.
2. Use a voltmeter to find the one wire that will show +12 volts while the ignition key is in the
cranking cycle only. This should be the starter solenoid wire.
3. Cut the starter wire. Test by trying to crank the starter with the key. If it will not crank, you have
the correct wire.
4. Connect one 14AWG Gray wire to the key side of starter wire.
5. Connect the other 14AWG Gray wire to the starter side wire.
6. Make sure the Starter Disable Relay is well hidden or kept out of sight.
Green Door Trigger Wire
Connect this wire to vehicle's door pin wire.
Black/White: Polarity Select (+/-) Door Trigger Connections
(-) Negative Trigger System
Connect Green to (-) door trigger
Wire of vehicle.
Connect Black/White wire to Ground.
(+) Positive Trigger System
Connect Green to (+) door trigger
Wire of vehicle.
Connect Black/White wire to fused +12V.
Open-Door Warning Bypass
If the vehicle is equipped with dome light supervision, which stays on for approx. 30 sec after the
door is closed, the alarm module sometimes will emit a door open warning signal (3 short chirps) to
alert user. This open-door warning can be deleted. Refer to the Programming Table for Alarm
Feature to deactivate this feature.
Red/White: (-) 500mA Channel 2/Trunk Output
To activate this output hold
for 3 seconds. This output will automatically bypass shock sensor and
trunk trigger when system is armed and will resume to normal operation when trunk is closed. A
relay is required to operate powered trunk release on most vehicles
White/Blue: (-) 500mA Channel 3 Output
This output provides a 0.5 sec. ground signal when momentarily activated. The signal will stay at
ground as long as the
&
is held. To program CH-3 output for Latch ON/OFF or Car Start
Mode, follow programming procedures on Programming Feature Table.
Blue: (-) Trunk/Hood Input (Instant Trigger)
1. Locate the vehicle’s trunk or hood pin switch that shows (-) ground when it is open.
2. Connect the alarm module to the vehicle hood or trunk switch wire.
3. If the vehicle does not have a hood switch, install an alarm pin switch and connect it to the
Blue wire.
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90-914
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM
CAUTION!!!
This Keyless Entry System must only be installed by a Qualified Technician to ensure proper operation. If you are not familiar with proper installation procedures, DO NOT continue with the installation. Improper Installation could damage the system or the vehicle in which it is installed and may
also void manufacturers' warranties.
Save this manual for future reference.
PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL
BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE INSTALLATION!!!
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
Right Connection Electronics, Inc. (TRC) warrants the control module (Central Processing Unit) to be free
from defects in material and workmanship to the owner of the vehicle in which the system was originally
installed, for the life of the vehicle. This warranty is non-transferable. For the purpose of this warranty, transfer includes but is not limited to sale of the vehicle or reinstallation of the system in a different vehicle. All
other components of the system are warranted for one year from the date of purchase. Additional TRC security products have a 90-day warranty unless otherwise noted in writing by TRC. If a part becomes defective
and is under warranty, TRC at their option will repair or replace the defective part(s) at no charge, except as
set forth below.
To obtain warranty repair or replacement as set forth above, the vehicle must be returned to the original
installing dealer or any authorized dealer for removal of the defective parts. The dealer will send the system
to Right Connection Electronics Inc., 22745 Old Canal Road, Yorba Linda CA 92887. All products sent in
for warranty repair or replacement must be accompanied by a photocopy of the original sales receipt or dated
proof of purchase and a check or money order for $15.00 ($10.00 processing fee + $5.00 shipping charge).
If proof of purchase is not provided the warranty period shall be for one year from Manufacture date. TRC
will repair or replace the system and return it postage prepaid to the dealer. Please allow adequate time (4
- 6 weeks) for shipping and processing. Any damage as a result of abuse, misuse, accidents, improper installation, improper wiring, neglect, unauthorized repair, modification or acts of God shall render the warranty
null and void.
This warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of defective parts only. Therefore, TRC is not responsible for removal and reinstallation charges, shipping charges, theft of the vehicle or it's contents, damages
either incidental or consequential resulting from any malfunction or failure of the system. Under no circumstance is this warranty or the product covered by this warranty to be construed as a guarantee against theft
or loss of property.
© 2002 T.R.C. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED V1.0
90-914 Installation Procedures
Control Unit
1. Select a location under the dash that will allow you to securely fasten the control unit.
2. Mount the control unit as high as possible to ensure maximum range.
3. Do not mount the control unit near moving parts.
4. Avoid areas that are in the direct path of air flowing from the vents.
5. Route wires from this point, leaving slack for ease of service.
Antenna
1. Do not shorten or lengthen the antenna.
2. Route the antenna away from the control unit.
3. Keep the antenna as far away from metal and wire harness as possible for optimum range.
Valet Switch
1. Discuss placement of valet switch with the owner.
2. Choose a location for the valet switch that is hidden, but convenient to the owner to access.
3. Drill a 5/16” hold and mount the switch.
4. Route the valet switch wires to the control unit.
5. Plug the valet switch blue connector into the control unit blue plug.
LED Indicator
1. Discuss placement of LED with the owner.
2. Choose a location that is visible from both sides of the vehicle.
3. Drill a 21/64” hole.
4. Route the LED wires through the hole and press LED into place.
5. Route the LED wires to the control unit.
6. Plug the red LED connector into the control unit red plug.
White: (+) 12V Parking Light Output
This wire provides +12VDC pulse to flash the vehicle’s parking lights.
Connect the white wire to the positive side of vehicle’s parking light wire.
Brown: (-) 500mA Horn Output
Connect this output to the vehicle (-) horn wire. Relay required on certain vehicles.
Yellow: Switch Ignition Input (+)12V
1. Use a voltmeter to locate the wire that shows +12 volts when the ignition key is in the “ON”
and “Crank” position, and 0 volt when the ignition key is in the “OFF” position.
2. Connect the control unit Yellow wire to the vehicle’s ignition wire.
(2) Gray wires: 14 AWG Starter Interrupt
1. Locate the ignition switch wire loom under the dashboard.
2. Use a voltmeter to find the one wire that will show +12 volts while the ignition key is in the
cranking cycle only. This should be the starter solenoid wire.
3. Cut the starter wire. Test by trying to crank the starter with the key. If it will not crank, you have
the correct wire.
4. Connect one 14AWG Gray wire to the key side of starter wire.
5. Connect the other 14AWG Gray wire to the starter side wire.
6. Make sure the Starter Disable Relay is well hidden or kept out of sight.
Black/White: (-) 500mA Dome light Supervision Output
When unlocked, this wire provides a ground signal to illuminate interior light for 30 seconds or when
ignition is ON. A relay is required when installing this feature.
Purple/Black: (-) 500mA Driver’s Door Unlock Priority Output
This wire will provide a (-) output pulse to unlock the driver’s door first. (Please see Programming
Location #6 to turn this feature ON)
Note: A relay is required for this feature.
Dual Polarity Door Lock Output Harness
Green:
(-) Unlock / (+) Lock
Blue:
(-) Lock / (+) Unlock
Power and Ground Connections
Caution: Do not plug in the system fuses until the final step below.
1. Connect the unit Black wire to chassis ground.
2. Connect the empty fuse assembly(s) to the positive battery post.
3. Inspect all wiring. Make sure all wires are connected. Install the fuse in the module Red
wire fuse case.
Programming Alarm System Features
1. System must not be in valet, which is indicated by the solid green LED.
2. Select the feature you wish to program from the Programming Table below.
3. Turn ignition key ON and begin pressing the valet switch a preset number of times listed
on the Programming Table.
4. Press Button
,
or
on the remote to select the feature. Take note of the LED status.
5. Repeat steps 3 - 4 for other feature you wish to program. Turn the ignition key off after you
have completed the programming functions.
Keyless Entry Feature
FEATURE
# SWITCH
3
OFF
ON
Lock Only
Door Lock Pulse
4
3 Red
0.75 sec
3.0 sec
–
4 Red
Door Unlock Pulse
Driver's Door Unlock Priority
5
Single
Double
–
1 Green
6
OFF
ON
–
1 Green
1 Red
Horn Confirmation
7
ON
OFF
–
1 Green
2 Red
CH-3 Output
8
Continuous
Latch
On/Off
Car Start
Mode
1 Green
3 Red
Code Learning:
Using the following procedure, new remote code can be learned by the module.
Note:
a) Unit will allow 3 remotes to be programmed. Program
ONLY on the new
transmitter, other buttons of the transmitter will be automatically configured.
b) When code learning procedure is initiated, all previously stored codes will be
deleted, so it is necessary to program all remotes at once.
1. Turn the ignition key ON/OFF 3 times, (ON/OFF, ON/OFF, ON/OFF).
2. Press and hold valet switch for 3 seconds. The Red LED light will stay on constant.
3. Press
of the new transmitter, the LED will turn to Green for 1 second, then turn back to Red,
Horn will honk once. This confirms the new remote control transmitter has been accepted. Other buttons of the transmitter will be automatically configured at the same time.
4. Press
of the second transmitter then third transmitter within 15 seconds, or system will exit Code
Learning Mode after 15 seconds.
BUTTON
Red/White: (-) 500mA Trunk Release Output (CH-2)
To activate, press and hold
for 3 seconds. A relay is required to operate powered trunk release
on most vehicles
White/Blue: (-) 500mA CH-3 Output
This output provides a 0.5 sec. ground signal when momentarily activated. The signal will stay at
ground as long as the
1
&
is held.
LED FLASH
Ignition Control Door Lock
Hold
for 3 Seconds
Hold
for 3 Seconds
SYSTEM FUNCTION
Lock
Unlock
Silent Lock/Unlock
Trunk Ouput (Ch-2)
2nd Car Operation
Panic
2
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
Right Connection Electronics, Inc. (TRC) warrants the control module (Central
Processing Unit) to be free from defects in material and workmanship to the
owner of the vehicle in which the system was originally installed, for the life of the
vehicle. This warranty is non-transferable. For the purpose of this warranty, transfer includes but is not limited to sale of the vehicle or reinstallation of the system
in a different vehicle. All other components of the system are warranted for one
year from the date of purchase. Additional TRC security products have a 90-day
warranty unless otherwise noted in writing by TRC. If a part becomes defective
and is under warranty, TRC at their option will repair or replace the defective
part(s) at no charge, except as set forth below.
To obtain warranty repair or replacement as set forth above, the vehicle must be
returned to the original installing dealer or any authorized dealer for removal of the
defective parts. The dealer will send the system to Right Connection Electronics
Inc., 22745 Old Canal Road, Yorba Linda CA 92887. All products sent in for warranty repair or replacement must be accompanied by a photocopy of the original
sales receipt or dated proof of purchase and a check or money order for $15.00
($10.00 processing fee + $5.00 shipping charge). If proof of purchase is not provided the warranty period shall be for one year from Manufacture date. TRC will
repair or replace the system and return it postage prepaid to the dealer. Please
allow adequate time (4 - 6 weeks) for shipping and processing. Any damage as a
result of abuse, misuse, accidents, improper installation, improper wiring, neglect,
unauthorized repair, modification or acts of God shall render the warranty null and
void.
90-914
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM
This warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of defective parts only.
Therefore, TRC is not responsible for removal and reinstallation charges, shipping
charges, theft of the vehicle or it's contents, damages either incidental or consequential resulting from any malfunction or failure of the system. Under no circumstance is this warranty or the product covered by this warranty to be construed as a guarantee against theft or loss of property.
OWNERS
MANUAL
90-914
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM
© 2001 T.R.C. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED V2.1
YOUR SECURITY SYSTEM OFFERS THE FOLLOWING FEATURES
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
(2) 2-Button Remote Transmitters
3 Transmitter Capability
Remote Lock/Unlock
Horn Delete
Remote Panic
Remote Car Finder
Valet Mode
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
Auto Rearm (Optional)
Ignition Door Lock/Unlock
Horn Sound Limitation
Emergency Override
Flashing Parking Light
Status Memory When Power Off
OPTIONAL FEATURES
◆ Dome Light Supervision (Optional)
When unlocking the system, this safety option will illuminate the vehicle’s interior dome light for
approximately 30 sec.
◆ Starter Disable System (Optional)
This feature will be active as soon as all doors are locked. Vehicle will not start until Keyless Entry
System is turned OFF.
◆ Trunk Release (Optional)
For vehicles equipped with an electronic trunk release button, there is an option which allows you
to pop your trunk open with your remote control transmitter.
TRANSMITTER CONTROL
◆ Remote Lock
Press
for one second. The horn will honk once. Doors will lock, parking lights will flash
once, and the red LED light on the dashboard will begin flashing slowly.
◆ Remote Unlock
Press
for one second. Horn will honk twice. Doors will unlock, the LED light will go out,
and the parking lights will flash twice.
◆ Horn Delete
The horn confirmation for lock and unlock can be turned OFF. Parking lights flash and Panic
Feature remain active. Consult your dealer to turn this feature OFF.
◆ Remote Panic
This panic feature is particularly useful if someone is harassing you, or if you see suspicious
people around your car and do not want to approach them directly. Press and hold down
for about 4 seconds. The factory horn will automatically sound and lock the doors. To shut off the
remote panic feature, simply press
again or it will reset in 30 sec.
Note: This feature works even when vehicle is running.
◆ Remote Car Finder
Use this feature to locate your vehicle. Simply press
in locked mode, the parking light will
flash 10 times.
◆ Valet mode
If you are going to have your vehicle serviced, parked by a valet or washed you will want to put
your system into valet mode. Turn ignition key to ON position. Turn valet switch ON. LED will turn
to green, horn will honk once, and parking lights will flash once. Turn valet switch OFF and the
system is in Valet Mode. To exit Valet Mode, turn the ignition key to the ON position, Turn valet
switch ON. The LED will turn off, horn will sound twice, and parking lights will flash twice. Turn
valet switch OFF and the system returns to normal operation.
Note: In valet mode, remote door lock and unlock, and panic still function.
◆ Auto Rearm (Optional)
This feature is designed to protect your vehicle in the event of unintentional unlocking of all doors.
In the event of accidental unlocking, the Unit will automatically rearm and lock the door within 30
seconds, unless the door is opened or the ignition is turned to the “ON” position.
◆ Ignition Door Lock/Unlock
This feature will lock the doors when ignition key is turned ON and will unlock the doors when
ignition key is turned OFF.
◆ Trunk Release (Optional)
For vehicles equipped with an electronic trunk release button, there is an option, which allows you
to pop your trunk open with your remote control transmitter. Press and hold down
for
approximately 3 seconds. The trunk will automatically open
Emergency Override for Starter Disable System (Optional)
The override switch is used in case of an emergency, such as the loss or malfunction of your
transmitter.
1. Open the driver’s door manually with the key. horn will honk and parking lights will flash.
2. Turn ignition key to the ON position.
3. Hold Valet Switch for 5 sec.
4. Horn and flashing lights will stop in 5 sec
Code Learning
Using the following procedure, new remote code can be learned by the module.
Note: a) Unit must be OFF.
b) Unit will allow 3 remotes to be programmed. Program
ONLY on the new
transmitter, other buttons of the transmitter will be automatically configured.
c) When code learning procedure is initiated, all previously stored codes will be deleted, so it
is necessary to program all remotes at once.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Turn the ignition key ON/OFF 3 times. (ON/OFF, ON/OFF, ON/OFF)
Hold the valet switch for 5 seconds.
The Red LED light will stay on constant.
Press
of the new transmitter, the LED will turn to Green for 1 second, then turn back
to Red, horn will honk once. This confirms the new remote control transmitter has been
learned. Other buttons of the transmitter will be automatically configured at the same time.
Press
of the second transmitter then third transmitter within 15 seconds, or system
will exit Code Learning Mode after 15 seconds.
4 Button Configuration and Functions
BUTTON
CHANNEL
Hold
for 3 sec
+
Simultaneously
2
3
SYSTEM FUNCTION
Lock*
Unlock*
Trunk Release (Ch-2)
AUX (Ch-3)
Panic
• LED Reference
Use the following chart to determine the status of your system (make sure all doors are closed).
FUNCTIONS AT A GLANCE
KEYLESS STATUS
HORN
LOCK
1
UNLOCK
2
VALET
1
VALET
2
PARKING LIGHT FLASH
1
2
1
2
LED
SLOW FLASH
OFF
GREEN CONSTANT
OFF
90-944C
Red
+12 volt input from battery
MODULAR
Parking lights output (+)
90-944C
ALARM MODULE
90-944 ALARM MODULE
White
Brown
(+) Siren output
(3 amp maximum)
Blue/White
Door lock output (-)
White/Red
Door unlock output (-)
Orange
(-) Ground when armed
output (optional features)
Brown/White
No Connection
Black/White
Domelight supervision output
(-). Must add relay.
Blue
Hood/Trunk/Sensor trigger input (-)
Gray
2nd channel output (-)
500mA max
Yellow
Ignition + 12 Volt input from
ignition switch
Black
Chassis ground
Violet
Green
OPERATION
MANUAL
Door trigger positive input (+)
Door trigger input (-)
Thin Black
Receiving antenna
"No Connection"
Red 2-pin port
LED output
Blue 2-pin port
Valet/Program switch
Red 4-pin port
Dual zone shock sensor
IMPORTANT:
Please read the entire manual for complete details on the features, accessories and
operation before attempting to use your security system.
SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
This Security system must be installed by a qualified technician to ensure proper
operation. Do not attempt to install or modify this system yourself as
this may void your warranty.
© COPYRIGHT 2002 T.R.C. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED V1.1
ALARM FEATURES
•
2 Dual button 3 channel remote transmitters
•
Code learning (up to 3 remote codes)
•
Starter disable output (-)
•
Parking light flash output (+)
•
Domelight supervision (-)
•
LED alarm status indicator (plug-in)
•
Emergency override/valet switch (plug-in)
•
Adjustable dual zone electronic shock sensor (plug-in)
•
125dB six tone siren
•
Audible and visible arm/disarm, pre-warn, and intrusion alert
•
Open zone warning
•
Defective zone bypass warning
•
Valet mode with full keyless entry operation
•
Panic mode with auto reset (by remote)
•
Shock sensor and door trigger bypass (by remote)
•
Permanent chirp delete on/off (programmable)
•
Passive/active arming (programmable)
•
Automatic alarm re-arm ( programmable)
•
Auxiliary channel 2 output (for trunk release, car starter or window roll-up)
•
Doorlock outputs (for keyless-entry and auto lock)
•
Auto lock/unlock through ignition key on/off (programmable)
•
Anti-car jack feature (optional)
•
Limited lifetime warranty
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
Right Connection Electronics, Inc. (TRC) warrants the control module (Central Processing Unit) to
be free from defects in material and workmanship to the owner of the vehicle in which the system
was originally installed, for the life of the vehicle. This warranty is non-transferable. For the
purpose of this warranty, transfer includes but is not limited to sale of the vehicle or reinstallation of
the system in a different vehicle. All other components of the system are warranted for one year
from the date of purchase. Additional TRC security products have a 90-day warranty unless
otherwise noted in writing by TRC. If a part becomes defective and is under warranty, TRC at their
option will repair or replace the defective part(s) at no charge, except as set forth below.
To obtain warranty repair or replacement as set forth above, the vehicle must be returned to the
original installing dealer or any authorized dealer for removal of the defective parts. The dealer will
send the system to Right Connection Electronics Inc., 22745 Old Canal Road, Yorba Linda CA
92887 All products sent in for warranty repair or replacement must be accompanied by a photocopy
of the original sales receipt or dated proof of purchase and a check or money order for $15.00
($10.00 processing fee + $5.00 shipping charge). If proof of purchase is not provided the warranty
period shall be for one year from Manufacture date. TRC will repair or replace the system and
return it postage prepaid to the dealer. Please allow adequate time (4 - 6 weeks) for shipping and
processing. Any damage as a result of abuse, misuse, accidents, improper installation, improper
wiring, neglect, unauthorized repair, modification or acts of God shall render the warranty null and
void.
This warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of defective parts only. Therefore, TRC is not
responsible for removal and reinstallation charges, shipping charges, theft of the vehicle or it's
contents, damages either incidental or consequential resulting from any malfunction or failure of the
system. Under no circumstance is this warranty or the product covered by this warranty to be
construed as a guarantee against theft or loss of property. A security system is intended to be a
theft deterrent only.
MODULAR
Some features may require additional labor and/or parts!! Consult your dealer for more information.
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6
EMERGENCY OVERRIDE OR LOST/NON-WORKING REMOTES
If your remote transmitters are lost or not working you can manually disarm your system as follows.
1. Open the door closest to the valet/override button (The alarm will go off)
2. Insert the ignition key and turn to ON (run) position.
3. Press and hold the valet/override switch for approximately 5 seconds.
This will disarm your system and automatically put it in the Valet Mode.
IMPORTANT: You must exit the valet mode once you have found or repaired your remotes.
Note: Your remote transmitters each contain a special 12-Volt lighter battery (Part No. 90-23A). If you
notice a decrease in operating range from your transmitters this may indicate that your battery is becoming
weak (even if the red LED on the transmitter is still illuminating) and may require replacement. We
recommend you consult your dealer for battery replacement because improper installation may damage
your remote transmitter and void the warranty.
REMOTE PROGRAMMABLE FEATURE
To enter Program Mode and access feature change:
1. Turn Ignition key to the ON position
2. Within 10 seconds press the valet switch 5 times. The siren will provide a warble sound.
3. Press the valet switch the same number of times as the feature number listed below. (i.e. To change
feature #2 press the valet switch 2 times (every time the switch is pressed the siren will chirp)
4. Press
on the remote to activate the selected feature (Siren will chirp once) or press
on the remote to activate the selected feature (Siren will chip twice)
NOTE: Program mode must be initiated for every feature change.
CODE LEARNING
FEATURE
LOCATION
The control module is capable of learning up to 3 transmitter codes. When the Code Learning procedure is
initiated, all previously stored codes will be lost, so it is necessary to program all the remotes at the same time.
To
1
2
3
4
Enter Code Learning:
Turn Ignition key ON-OFF, ON-OFF, ON and leave in ON position. The siren will chirp once.
Press and hold the Valet switch for 2 seconds. The siren will chirp 3 times and the LED will be ON solid.
Press
on the transmitter. The system will chirp to confirm a valid code has been learned.
Program the 2nd code within 5 seconds by repeating step #3, and again for the 3rd code. The system will
automatically exit the Code Learning Mode.
5
Turn OFF ignition key.
LED
STATUS
1
PASSIVE
ACTIVE
1 RED
2
IGN. DOOR LOCK
NO IGN. DOOR LOCK
2 RED
3
ANTI-CARJACK OFF
ANTI-CARJACK ON
3 RED
4
PASSIVE LOCK OFF
PASSIVE LOCK ON
4 RED
SECURITY SYSTEM STATUS CHART
CHIRPS
LT FLASHES
LED
SYSTEM STATUS
ARM/DISARM CHIRP DELETE
0
0
OFF
System Off
0
0
SOLID
Valet Mode or Door Open
To Disable Arm/Disarm Chirps:
1. Turn ignition key ON (RUN) position.
0
0
FAST FLASHING
Preparing to Passive Arm
0
0
OFF
Automatic Rearm Enabled
2
0
FLASHING
Automatic Rearm Disabled
1
1
SLOW FLASHING
System Armed
0
1
SLOW FLASHING
System Armed (without chirp confirmation)
2
2
OFF
System Disarmed
0
2
OFF
System Disarmed (without chirp confirmation)
3
3
FLASHING
4
4
SLOW FLASHING
Defective Zone Alert
4
1
SLOW FLASHING
Warn Away alert
Violation Attempt alert
Anti-Carjack Feature (Optional)
Anti-Carjack Feature is a safety feature that helps recover your vehicle from Car-Jackers.
This feature will activate whenever ignition is turned ON and if a door is opened and closed while engine is running. LED will begin to flash slowly. After 15 sec. siren will begin to chirp and 30 sec. later, full siren and light flash
with starter disable will engage and if the engine is turned off manually at this time it will not be able to start again.
During this 30 seconds count down, turning the Valet Switch ON then OFF will reset the car-jack feature this time
until the next trigger is activated, such as opening and closing a door.
2.
Within 10 seconds, press and hold
on your remote until you hear two chirps from the siren.
Now the alarm will always arm and disarm without any chirps.
To Enable Arm/Disarm Chirps:
1.
Turn ignition key ON (RUN) position.
2.
Within 10 seconds, press and hold
on your remote until you hear two chirps, pause, then
another two chirps from the siren.
Now the alarm will always arm/disarm with chirps.
AUTOMATIC REARM
If the system is disarmed by remote and a door is not opened within approximately 30 seconds the system
will automatically rearm itself. This feature guards against disarming caused by accidental or unintended
operation of the remote transmitter.
To Enable the Auto Rearm Feature:
1. Turn ignition key to ON (RUN) position
2.
Press
on the remote for approximately 3 seconds until the siren chirps once.
To Disable the Auto Rearm Feature:
1. Turn ignition key to ON (RUN) position.
2.
Press
on the remote for approximately 3 seconds until the siren chirps twice.
NOTE: this feature is always active so if the vehicle is taken to service or wash, put the system in valet mode.
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2
TO ARM THE SYSTEM
To arm your system within proper operating range, simply press
The system will respond as follows:
1. One Siren Chirp (if not disabled).
2. Parking Light flash will flash one time.
3. Doors Lock (if so equipped, see your dealer)
4. Disable the Starter circuit (if so equipped, see your dealer)
5. LED will begin flashing continuously when fully armed.
SENSOR AND TRIGGER BYPASS
on your remote transmitter.
Open Zone Alert
If after 30 seconds the system responds with 4 siren chirps and 4 parking light flashes, the system is
indicating one of the protected zones or sensors is open or malfunctioning, such as an improperly closed
door. Once the system is armed it will continuously monitor the vehicle's entry points and shock sensor for
any attempts to violate the vehicle.
Auto Reset
If a violation occurs the system will respond by sounding the siren and alternately flashing the parking
lights and dome light (if so equipped), for approximately one minute before the system resets itself and
continues to monitor your vehicle for any further violations.
Defective Zone Bypass
If armed, and a defective zone is detected and triggers the alarm continually, the system will respond by
activating the siren and flashing the parking lights for 2 cycles of approximately 60 seconds each.
(2 minutes) After the 2 cycles the alarm will automatically reset and bypass the defective zone. Upon
disarming, the system will respond with 3 chirps and 3 parking light flashes. This indicates the alarm has been
triggered while you were away.
Under certain circumstances you may wish to temporarily disable the sensor and trigger inputs (Shock
Sensor, Glass Break Sensor, Radar Sensor, Warn Away, Door, Hood or Trunk Inputs). Disabling these
inputs will prevent the system from being triggered by non threatening situations such as the vibrations
created in a multi-level parking structure, parking next to railroad tracks or faulty door or trunk pin switches.
To Disable Sensor Inputs:
1. Arm system as usual by pressing
confirmation.
2. Immediately press
and
on your remote. You will hear the normal one chirp
simultaneously. You will hear another single chirp to confirm the
sensors have been disabled.
Note: You must repeat this procedure each time you want to disable sensors.
To Disable Sensor and Trigger Inputs:
1. Arm system as usual by pressing
on your remote. You will hear the normal one chirp
confirmation.
2. Immediately press
. You will hear another single chirp to confirm the sensors and trigger
inputs have been disabled.
Note: You must repeat this procedure each time you want to disable sensor and trigger inputs.
PANIC MODE
If you are within operating range the system may be triggered to sound the siren, flash the parking lights
and dome light (if so equipped) to attract attention or scare off possible attackers by pressing
on
your remote for approximately 3 seconds or until the siren sounds. The panic mode will continue for
approximately 60 seconds or until
is pressed again.
CHANNEL 2
Channel 2 is a negative (-) output for optional features. (car starter, trunk release, window roll-up,
etc.) See your dealer for details.
TO DISARM THE SYSTEM
To disarm your system within proper operating range, simply press
transmitter. The system will respond as follows:
on your remote
To Activate Channel 2:
Press
on the transmitter for 2 seconds to activate channel 2 output. (After the initial 2 seconds the
output will remain active until
is released)
1.
The siren will chirp twice (if not disabled).
2.
The parking lights will flash twice (if so equipped, see your dealer)
3.
Doors Unlock (if so equipped, see your dealer)
4.
Enable your starter circuit (if so equipped, see your dealer)
VALET MODE
5.
The dome light will turn on for approximately 30 seconds or until the ignition key is turned ON (if so
equipped, see your dealer)
If you are going to have your vehicle serviced, parked by a valet or washed you will want to put your
security system into valet mode. When the system is in the valet mode it cannot be armed. The door lock
and unlock features (if so equipped) will still function as a keyless entry system.
6.
LED will stop flashing. (Note: LED will come on solid for 30 seconds if dome light supervision is installed)
Intrusion Alert
Upon disarming the system, if the LED is flashing fast and the system responds with 3 siren chirps and 3
parking light flashes, this indicates that a violation was detected while the system was armed. Immediately
inspect the vehicle for any signs of a break-in.
To Enter Valet Mode:
1. Disarm the system if it is armed.
2. Turn ignition to ON (RUN) position.
3. Within 10 seconds push & hold the valet/override switch for 3 seconds.
4. The LED will come on solid.
THE SYSTEM WILL REMAIN IN VALET MODE UNTIL YOU EXIT THE VALET MODE!!
To Exit Valet Mode:
1. Turn ignition key to ON (RUN) position
2. Push and Hold the Valet/Override switch for 5 seconds or until the LED goes out and the siren chirps twice.
3
4
GREEN
PURPLE
CS-14
SECURITY SYSTEM
90-948
(–) DOOR TRIGGER I/P
SELECT ONE
(+) DOOR TRIGGER I/P
LED
OVERRIDE
SWITCH
TWO STAGE
SHOCK SENSOR
DOOR LOCK OUTPUTS
(+) Lock Pulse
GREEN
(–) Unlock Pulse
(+) Unlock Pulse
BLUE
(–) Lock Pulse
90-948
ANTENNA
INSTALLATION
MANUAL
ORANGE
ARM OUTPUT (–)
GRAY (14 AWG)
STARTER
SOLENOID
IGNITION
PARKING LIGHT (+)
85
87
87a
30
CUT
SIREN
86
DOME LIGHT OUTPUT (–)
WHITE
SIREN (+)
BLACK/WHITE
BROWN
PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL
BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE INSTALLATION!!!
CHANNEL 2 OUTPUT (–)
–
BATTERY
+
PARKING LIGHT
IGNITION SWITCH
GRAY (14 AWG)
RED/WHITE
CHANNEL 3 OUTPUT (–)
3A
20A
(–) CHASSIS GROUND
IGNITION
+12V
YELLOW
BLACK
RED
+12V
CAUTION!!!
WHITE/BLUE
BLUE TRUNK TRIGGER (–)
RED
This Security System must only be installed by a Qualified Technician to ensure proper operation.
If you are not familiar with proper installation procedures, DO NOT continue with the installation.
Improper Installation could damage the system or the vehicle in which it is installed and may also
void manufacturers' warranties.
Save this manual for future reference.
© 2001 T.R.C. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED V2.1
90-948 Installation Procedures
Control Unit
1. Select a location under the dash that will allow you to securely fasten the control unit.
2. Mount the control unit as high as possible to ensure maximum range.
3. Do not mount the control unit near moving parts.
4. Avoid areas that are in the direct path of air flowing from the vents.
5. Route wires from this point, leaving slack for ease of service.
Siren
1. Choose a location in the engine compartment away from high heat, engine components, moving
parts and direct exposure to water. Point the siren down when mounting to avoid water collecting
in it.
2. Make sure the siren and siren wires cannot be seen or reached from below the vehicle.
3. Mount the siren with the two self-tapping screws to a solid metal surface.
4. Connect the siren with Red wire to the alarm module Brown wire.
5. Connect the siren Black wire to the Ground.
Antenna
1. Do not shorten or lengthen the antenna.
2. Route the antenna away from the control unit.
3. Keep the antenna as far away from metal and wire harness as possible for optimum range.
Wire Harnesses
1. Route wires from the control unit directly to each connection point.
2. Make all wire connections before plugging the wire harness securely into the control unit.
3. Sleeve the siren wires with vinyl tubing or electrical tape and route them through an existing
rubber grommet into the engine compartment.
4. If an existing grommet is not available, drill a hole and install a snap grommet.
2-Stage Shock Sensor
We recommend tie wrapping the sensor to the vehicle’s main harness. DO NOT mount the sensor
near moving parts or in the direct path of an air duct opening.
1. Plug the shock sensor red 4 pin connector into the control unit red 4 pin connector.
2. Route the shock sensor to the chosen mounting location.
Valet Switch
1. Discuss placement of valet switch with the owner.
2. Choose a location for the valet switch that is hidden, but convenient to the owner to access.
3. Drill a 5/16” hold and mount the switch.
4. Route the valet switch wires to the control unit.
5. Plug the valet switch blue connector into the control unit blue plug.
LED Indicator
1. Discuss placement of LED with the owner.
2. Choose a location that is visible from both sides of the vehicle.
3. Drill a 21/64” hole.
4. Route the LED wires through the hole and press LED into place.
5. Route the LED wires to the control unit.
6. Plug the red LED connector into the control unit red plug.
White: (+) 12V Parking Light Output
This wire provides +12VDC pulse to flash the vehicle’s parking lights.
Connect the white wire to the positive side of vehicle’s parking light wire.
Brown: (+) 12V Siren Output
Connect the siren Red wire to the Brown wire of the alarm module. Connect the siren Black wire to
ground.
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Code Learning:
Using the following procedure, new remote code can be learned by the module.
Note: 1) Unit must be disarmed.
2) Unit will allow 3 remotes to be programmed. Program
ONLY on the new
transmitter, other buttons of the transmitter will be automatically configured.
3) When code learning procedure is initiated, all previously stored codes will be deleted,
so it is necessary to program all remotes at once.
1.
Turn the ignition key ON/OFF 3 times, (ON/OFF, ON/OFF, ON/OFF).
2.
Hold the valet switch for 5 seconds.
3.
The Red LED light will stay on constant.
4.
Press
of the new transmitter, the LED will turn to Green for 1 second, then turn
back to Red, Siren will chirp once. This confirms the new remote control transmitter has
been learned. Other buttons of the transmitter will be automatically configured at the
same time.
5.
Press
of the second transmitter then third transmitter within 15 seconds, or
system will exit Code Learning Mode after 15 seconds.
BUTTON
Hold
CHANNEL
for 3 sec.
+
then
1
Arm/Disarm/Panic (Hold for 3 sec.)
2
Trunk Release (Channel 2)
3
Channel 3 Output
(ARMED) within 3 sec.
then
then
within 3 sec.
+
then
SYSTEM FUNCTION
Delete Light Shock Sensor
Delete Instant Trigger
within 3 sec.
Delete All Sensors
(ARMED)
Yellow: Switch Ignition Input (+)12V
1. Use a voltmeter to locate the wire that shows +12 volts when the ignition key is in the “ON” and
“Crank” position, and 0 volt when the ignition key is in the “OFF” position.
2. Connect the control unit Yellow wire to the vehicle’s ignition wire.
(2) Gray wires: 14 AWG Starter Interrupt
1. Locate the ignition switch wire loom under the dashboard.
2. Use a voltmeter to find the one wire that will show +12 volts while the ignition key is in the
cranking cycle only. This should be the starter solenoid wire.
3. Cut the starter wire. Test by trying to crank the starter with the key. If it will not crank, you have
the correct wire.
4. Connect one 14 AWG Gray wire to the key side of starter wire.
5. Connect the other 14 AWG Gray wire to the starter side wire.
6. Make sure the Starter Disable Relay is well hidden or kept out of sight.
Black/White: (-) 500mA Domelight Supervision Output
When disarmed, this wire provides a ground signal to illuminate interior light for 30 seconds or when
ignition is ON. A relay is required when installing this feature.
Open-Door Warning Bypass
If the vehicle is equipped with domelight supervision, which stays on for approx. 30 sec after the
door is closed, the alarm module sometimes will emit a door open warning signal (3 short chirps) to
alert user. This open-door warning can be deleted. Refer to the Programming Table for Alarm
Feature to deactivate this feature.
Red/White: (-) 500mA Channel 2/Trunk Output with Electronic Interlock
This output ONLY works on disarmed. To activate output, press and hold
relay is required to operate powered trunk release on most vehicles
for 3 seconds. A
Car Finder
White/Blue: (-) 500mA Channel 3 Output
This output provides a 0.5 sec. ground signal when momentarily activated. The signal will stay at
ground as long as the
&
is held. Channel 3 output is ideal for remote starter option.
90-948
Blue: (-) Trunk/Hood Input (Instant Trigger)
1. Locate the vehicle’s trunk or hood pin switch that shows (-) ground when it is open.
2. Connect the alarm module to the vehicle hood or trunk switch wire.
3. If the vehicle does not have a hood switch, install an alarm pin switch and connect it to the
Blue wire.
SECURITY SYSTEM
◆ Anti-Carjack Feature (Optional)
Anti-Carjack Feature is a safety feature that helps recover your vehicle from Car-Jackers.
This feature will activate whenever ignition is turned ON or if a door is opened and
closed while engine is running. LED will begin to flash slowly. After 15 sec. siren will begin
to chirp and 30 sec. later, full siren and light flash with starter disable will engage and if
the engine is turned off manually at this time it will not be able to start again. During this
30 seconds count down, turning the Valet Switch ON then OFF will reset the car-jack
feature this time until the next trigger is activated, such as opening and closing a door.
NOTE : this feature is always active so if the vehicle is taken to service or
wash, put the system in valet.
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2-Wire Mini Port: Door Input (Green & Purple)
To determine door triggers polarity, use the following procedure:
1. Remove, but do not disconnect the vehicle door switch.
2. Temporarily attach a wire to ground from the exposed metal housing of the switch (where the
switch is installed in the door is usually the switch ground).
3. Connect a voltmeter lead to ground.
4. Find one wire that shows +12 volts when the switch is pressed in and 0 volt when released.
This is a negative trigger door wire. Connect the Green wire to it.
5. If you don’t get the indications noted in step 4, connect the voltmeter lead to ground and find one
wire that shows 0 volt when the switch is pressed in and +12V when released. This is a positive
trigger door wire. Connect the Purple wire to it.
6. Make sure this wire catches all doors.
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Power and Ground Connections
Caution: Do not plug in the system fuses until the final step below.
1. Connect the alarm Black wire to chassis ground.
2. Connect the empty fuse assembly(s) to the positive battery post.
3. Inspect all alarm wiring. Make sure all wires are connected. Install the fuse in the alarm module
Red wire fuse case.
Dual Polarity Door Lock Output Harness
Green: (-) Unlock / (+) Lock
Blue:
(-) Lock / (+) Unlock
Use the following guidelines to wire different types of door lock systems.
Programming Alarm System Features
Turn ignition key ON and press valet switch a preset number of times.
1. System must not be in valet, which is indicated by the green solid LED.
2. Turn the ignition key to the “ON” position.
3. Select the feature you wish to program from the programming table for alarm features. Take note
of the LED status.
4. Within 10 seconds, press the valet switch on and off. Press the transmitter
. The siren will
chirp once for
or twice for
.
5. Continue pressing the button on the transmitter will toggle feature on and off.
6. Repeat steps 3 - 5 for other feature you wish to program.
7. Turn the ignition key off after you have completed the programming functions.
5 WIRE REVERSAL SYSTEMS
SWITCH SIDE OF CUT
TO VEHICLE “LOCK” WIRE
LOCK WIRE IN VEHICLE
(-) NEGATIVE PULSE FROM
ALARM LOCK OUTPUT
BLUE
87
87A
85
86
30
FUSED +12 VOLT CONSTANT
Programming Table for Alarm Feature
TO VEHICLE “UNLOCK” WIRE
SWITCH SIDE OF CUT
UNLOCK WIRE IN VEHICLE
FEATURE
(-) NEGATIVE PULSE FROM
ALARM UNLOCK OUTPUT
GREEN
87
Passive/Active
87A
85
30
86
FUSED +12 VOLT CONSTANT
ADDING AFTERMARKET ACTUATORS
NOTE:
FUSED +12 VOLT CONSTANT
FOR ADDING AFTERMARKET ACTUATORS AND 5 WIRE REVERSAL
SYSTEMS. A 90-966 DOORLOCK MODULE CAN BE USED FOR THE INSTALLATION.
# SWITCH
1
LED FLASH
Active
Passive
Red LED: 1 time
Passive Lock
2
OFF
ON
Red LED: 2 times
Ignition Control
Door Lock
3
OFF
ON
Red LED: 3 times
Door Lock Pulse
4
1.0 second
3.5 second
Red LED: 4 times
Door Unlock Pulse
5
Single
Double
Green LED: 1 time
Anti-Carjack
6
OFF
ON
Red LED: 1 time
Green LED: 1 time
Silence Arm/Disarm
7
Chirp
No Chirp
Red LED: 2 times
Green LED: 1 time
Open Door Warning
8
OFF
ON
Red LED: 3 times
Green LED: 1 time
Auto Rearm
9
ON
OFF
Red LED: 4 times
Green LED: 1 time
87
GROUND
87A
NEGATIVE LOCK TRIGGER
FROM ALARM
85
30
BLUE
86
FUSED +12 VOLT CONSTANT
87
GROUND
90-948
87A
NEGATIVE UNLOCK TRIGGER
FROM ALARM
GREEN
3
85
SECURITY SYSTEM
30
86
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Code Learning
Using the following procedure, new remote code can be learned by the module.
Note: 1) Unit must be disarmed.
2) Unit will allow 3 remotes to be programmed. Program
ONLY on the new
transmitter, other buttons of the transmitter will be automatically configured.
3) When code learning procedure is initiated, all previously stored codes will be deleted, so it
is necessary to program all remotes at once.
1.
Turn the ignition key ON/OFF 3 times (ON/OFF, ON/OFF, ON/OFF)
2.
Hold the valet switch for 5 seconds.
3.
The Red LED light will stay on constant. Turn the valet switch to OFF.
4.
Press
of the new transmitter, the LED will turn to Green for 1 second, then turn back
to Red, Siren will chirp once. This confirms the new remote control transmitter has been
learned. Other buttons of the transmitter will be automatically configured at the same time.
5.
Press
of the second transmitter then third transmitter within 15 seconds, or system
will exit Code Learning Mode after 15 seconds.
• Button Configuration and Functions
BUTTON
Hold
for 3 sec
+
then
(armed) within 3 sec.
then
within 3 sec.
then
+
within 3 sec.
then
(ARMED)
CHANNEL
1
2
3
SYSTEM FUNCTION
Arm/Disarm/Panic (Hold for 3 sec.)
Trunk Release (Channel 2)
Channel 3 Output
Delete Light Shock Sensor
Delete Instant Trigger
Delete All Sensors
Car Finder
◆ Anti-Carjack Feature (Optional)
Anti-Carjack Feature is a safety feature that helps recover your vehicle from Car-Jackers.
This feature will activate whenever ignition is turned ON or if a door is opened and
closed while engine is running. LED will begin to flash slowly. After 15 sec. siren will begin
to chirp and 30 sec. later, full siren and light flash with starter disable will engage and if
the engine is turned off manually at this time it will not be able to start again. During this
30 seconds count down, turning the Valet Switch ON then OFF will reset the car-jack
feature this time until the next trigger is activated, such as opening and closing a door.
NOTE : this feature is always active so if the vehicle is taken to service or
wash, put the system in valet.
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
Right Connection Electronics, Inc. (TRC) warrants the control module (Central Processing Unit) to be free from defects in
material and workmanship to the owner of the vehicle in which the system was originally installed, for the life of the vehicle. This warranty is non-transferable. For the purpose of this warranty, transfer includes but is not limited to sale of the
vehicle or reinstallation of the system in a different vehicle. All other components of the system are warranted for one year
from the date of purchase. Additional TRC security products have a 90-day warranty unless otherwise noted in writing by
TRC. If a part becomes defective and is under warranty, TRC at their option will repair or replace the defective part(s) at
no charge, except as set forth below.
90-948
SECURITY SYSTEM
OWNERS
MANUAL
To obtain warranty repair or replacement as set forth above, the vehicle must be returned to the original installing dealer
or any authorized dealer for removal of the defective parts. The dealer will send the system to Right Connection Electronics
Inc., 22745 Old Canal Road, Yorba Linda CA 92887. All products sent in for warranty repair or replacement must be
accompanied by a photocopy of the original sales receipt or dated proof of purchase and a check or money order for $15.00
($10.00 processing fee + $5.00 shipping charge). If proof of purchase is not provided the warranty period shall be for one
year from Manufacture date. TRC will repair or replace the system and return it postage prepaid to the dealer. Please
allow adequate time (4 - 6 weeks) for shipping and processing. Any damage as a result of abuse, misuse, accidents,
improper installation, improper wiring, neglect, unauthorized repair, modification or acts of God shall render the warranty
null and void.
This warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of defective parts only. Therefore, TRC is not responsible for removal
and reinstallation charges, shipping charges, theft of the vehicle or it's contents, damages either incidental or consequential resulting from any malfunction or failure of the system. Under no circumstance is this warranty or the product covered
by this warranty to be construed as a guarantee against theft or loss of property.
© 2001 T.R.C. ALL RIGHTS RESERVE1
YOUR SECURITY SYSTEM OFFERS THE FOLLOWING FEATURES
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(2) 4-Button Remote Transmitters
3 Transmitter Capability
Remote Arm/Disarm
Remote Panic
Remote Warn-Away Delete
Remote Shock Sensor Override
Remote Instant Trigger & Shock
Override
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Car Finder
Valet Mode
Ignition Door Lock/Unlock
Passive/Active Arming
Auto Rearm
Malfunction By-Pass
Safety Lockout System
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Siren Duration
Tamper Report
Emergency Manual Override
Code Learning
OPTIONAL FEATURES:
◆ Dome Light Supervision
When unlocking the system, this safety option will illuminate the vehicle’s interior dome light for
approximately 30 sec.
◆ Trunk Release
For vehicles equipped with an electronic trunk release button, there is an option which allows you
to pop your trunk open with your remote control transmitter.
◆ Anti-Carjack Feature:
Anti-Carjack Feature is a safety feature that helps recover your vehicle from Car-Jackers.
TRANSMITTER CONTROL
◆ Remote Arming
Press
for one second. The siren will chirp once, the parking light will flash once, and the
red LED light on the dashboard will begin flashing slowly. The system is armed. If your vehicle
comes equipped with factory-powered door lock and you have chosen this option, the doors will
also lock at this time.
NOTE: If the siren chirps three times during Arming, then one of the entry points (hood,
doors, trunk is left opened. The system will begin to protect your vehicle but will not lock
the doors. Closing the hood, doors or trunk will correct the problem.
◆ Remote Disarming
To disarm, press
for one second. Siren will chirp twice, the LED light will go out, and the
parking lights will flash twice. The system is disarmed. If the door lock option was chosen, the
doors will unlock at this time.
Note: While disarming the system, you may hear 4 chirps instead of the normal 2 chirps
to confirm disarming. This means that the system was triggered in your absence.
◆ Remote Panic
This panic feature is particularly useful if someone is harassing you, or if you see suspicious
persons around your car and do not want to approach them directly. Press and hold down
for about 5 seconds. The system will automatically sound the alarm and lock the doors. To shut
off the remote panic feature, simply depress the
again.
Note: This feature works even when vehicle is running.
◆ Remote Car Finder
Simply press
twice in arming mode, the parking lights will flash ten times.
◆ Valet mode
If you are going to have your vehicle serviced, parked by a valet or washed, you will want to put
your system into valet mode. Turn ignition key to ON position. Turn valet switch ON. LED will
turn to green, siren will chirp once, and parking lights will flash once. Turn valet switch OFF and
the system is in Valet Mode. To exit Valet Mode, turn the ignition key to the ON position, Turn
valet switch ON. The LED will turn off, siren will sound twice, and parking lights will flash twice.
Turn valet switch OFF and the system returns to normal operation.
Note: In valet mode, remote door lock and unlock, and panic still function.
◆ Ignition Door Lock/Unlock
This feature will lock the doors when ignition key is turned ON and will unlock the doors when
ignition key is turned OFF.
Note: If any one of the doors is open, turning the ignition on will not lock the door.
◆ Passive/Active Arming Programmable Selectable
A) Passive Arming:
The system can be configured to automatically arm and protect your vehicle 30 seconds after all
doors are closed. Since the system is programmed for passive arming, it will begin to rearm
until a door is opened. Opening the door will suspend the passive arming cycle. When the
alarm armed passively, the doors will automatically LOCK at the end of the 30 seconds.
To program this feature, turn the ignition key ON then flip the valet switch ON/OFF 2 times, then
press
. It will confirm by two siren chirps, parking light will flash twice and red LED will
flash twice.
B) Active Arming/Disarming:
System will arm and disarm with transmitter ONLY. In disarm mode, the LED will turn off, and
remain off until the system is re-armed.
◆ Auto Rearm
This feature is designed to protect your vehicle in the event of unintentional disarming. In the
event of accidental disarming, the alarm will automatically rearm and lock the door within 30
seconds, unless the door is opened or the ignition is turned to the “ON” position.
◆ Malfunction By-Pass
The system will automatically by-pass faulty sensor until it is corrected. All remaining sensors
will function.
◆ Safety Lockout system
This alarm is equipped with a safety lockout system to keep the alarm from arming while the
vehicle is being driven.
◆ Siren Duration
While the system is in armed condition, if the door or hood is opened, the siren will sound and
parking light will flash for 30 seconds. Then it will stop and automatically reset and re-arm. If
one of the doors remains open, the system will sound a maximum of four cycles.
◆ Remote warn-away delete
By pressing
immediately after arming the system, siren will chirp once and the first stage
(warning stage) shock sensor will be deleted. The system will sound whenever any impact is
detected. Once the system has been disarmed, the system will revert to normal operation.
◆ Tamper Report
When disarming the system, you may hear 4 chirps instead of the normal 2 chirps. This means
that the system was triggered in your absence. The LED will also confirm the intrusion by
flashing in an unusual pattern. Refer to LED Reference Chart on back cover. To reset, turn
ignition key to ON then OFF.
◆ Remote Shock Sensor Override
The shock sensor can be deleted by remote transmitter by pressing
+
after arming the
system, the system will chirp the siren, the horn will honk (if connected). The sensor will now be
deactivated. This will be for one time only. The system will resume normal sensor protection
upon rearming the alarm.
◆ Emergency Manual Override
The override switch is used in case of an emergency, such as the loss or malfunction of your
transmitter.
1. Open the driver’s door manually with the key. Siren will sound and parking lights will flash.
2. Turn ignition key to the ON position.
3. Hold Valet Switch for 5 sec.
4. Siren and flashing lights will stop.
◆ Remote Instant Trigger & Shock Override
Remote transmitter can delete the instant trigger by pressing
after arming the system,
the system will chirp the siren. The instant trigger is now deactivated. This will be for one time
only. The system will resume normal operation upon rearming the alarm.
90-948
SECURITY SYSTEM
90-949
SUPER MINIATURE VEHICLE SECURITY
OPERATION/INSTALLATION
MANUAL
CAUTION!!!
This Security System must only be installed by a Qualified Technician to ensure proper operation.
If you are not familiar with proper installation procedures, DO NOT continue with the installation.
Improper Installation could damage the system or the vehicle in which it is installed and may also
void manufacturers' warranties.
Save this manual for future reference.
PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL
BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE INSTALLATION!!!
© 2002 T.R.C. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED V1.0
90-949 OPERATION
ARM / DISARM :
Press Button I to Arm or Disarm the system. The alarm will confirm by Chirps & Flashes
1 Chirp / Flash = ARMED, 2 Chirps / Flashes = DISARMED.
NOTES
INTRUSION MEMORY:
If the alarm sounded in your absence, The system will issue 3 Chirps, instead of 2, when disarmed
via remote.
PANIC VIA REMOTE:
To initiate the Panic Alarm via remote, Press and HOLD Button I until the alarm sounds. Pressing
Button I again will extinguish the alarm.
TRUNK RELEASE (CH-2):
To open the trunk via remote (Optional feature), or to initiate other option connected to Channel 2 of
the system, Press and HOLD Button II until feature is activated.
IGNITION TRIGGERED DOOR LOCKS:
The system automatically controls the Door Locks (If connected) when the engine is started, as well
as when the ignition is switched off. This feature automatically cancels if a door is open when the
engine is started.
PASSIVE ARMING:
For maximum protection, this system can automatically arm in 60 seconds after all doors has been
closed. Opening any of the protected doors within 60 seconds will suspend and reset the 60 second
count down. The doors will not lock automatically, unless the system has been set to do so. You may
remain in the vehicle indefinitely after turning off the ignition, as long as a door has not been
opened.
PASSIVE LOCKING:
If selected, the system will automatically lock the doors if passively armed.
SHOCK SENSOR:
This system features a very advanced, computer controlled Shock / Impact sensor. Any impact to
the vehicle, above the preset level, will trigger the alarm instantly.
• WARN ~ FIRST: Impacts lighter than the preset levels, will be warned by a burst of
short warning “Chirps”. This feature can be disengaged.
•
DISABLING WARN ~ FIRST: Set Ignition to OFF, Press Button I and the Button II
immediately....
2 “Chirps” = Warn ~ First is ON, 3 “Chirps” = Warn ~ First is OFF
To Adjust the Shock / Impact Sensor....
1. Ignition to OFF. Stand outside of the vehicle.
2. Press and HOLD BOTH BUTTONS on the Remote until the system “Chirps”.
3. Wait 2 seconds.
4. Strike the vehicle on the “A Pillar” firmly. System will Chirp to confirm setting.
EMERGENCY OVERRIDE:
In case of loss of remotes, the system can be disarmed using the Ignition key.
• Turn the Ignition ON/OFF 4 times in a row, leaving the ignition in the ON position on the 4th cycle.
If done correctly, system will disarm. If not done correctly, turn off the ignition and wait 3 seconds
to retry.
STARTER BYPASS: (Optional). If installed, This system will disable the starter when armed.
MULTI CAR OPERATION: The remotes included with this system feature multi car capability.
To control 2 cars from the same remote: Follow “Code Learning” instructions, but for the second
vehicle, simply teach Button II of the remote, instead of Button I. As of this point, Button I will
control car #1, and Button II will control car #2
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90-949
SUPER MINIATURE VEHICLE SECURITY
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
Right Connection Electronics, Inc. (TRC) warrants the control module (Central
Processing Unit) to be free from defects in material and workmanship to the
owner of the vehicle in which the system was originally installed, for the life of the
vehicle. This warranty is non-transferable. For the purpose of this warranty,
transfer includes but is not limited to sale of the vehicle or reinstallation of the system in a different vehicle. All other components of the system are warranted for
one year from the date of purchase. Additional TRC security products have a 90day warranty unless otherwise noted in writing by TRC. If a part becomes defective and is under warranty, TRC at their option will repair or replace the defective
part(s) at no charge, except as set forth below.
To obtain warranty repair or replacement as set forth above, the vehicle must be
returned to the original installing dealer or any authorized dealer for removal of
the defective parts. The dealer will send the system to Right Connection
Electronics Inc., 22745 Old Canal Road, Yorba Linda CA 92887. All products
sent in for warranty repair or replacement must be accompanied by a photocopy
of the original sales receipt or dated proof of purchase and a check or money
order for $15.00 ($10.00 processing fee + $5.00 shipping charge). If proof of purchase is not provided the warranty period shall be for one year from Manufacture
date. TRC will repair or replace the system and return it postage prepaid to the
dealer. Please allow adequate time (4 - 6 weeks) for shipping and processing.
Any damage as a result of abuse, misuse, accidents, improper installation,
improper wiring, neglect, unauthorized repair, modification or acts of God shall
render the warranty null and void.
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Advanced Microcontroller with A/D Converter
BUILT-IN, Computer Controlled Impact Sensor
Impact Sensor is Adjustable Via Remote
Warn~First feature with Remote Delete
Chirp Delete Via Remote Control
Remote Control Keyless Entry
Ignition Triggered Door locks feature for Safety Channel 2 Output for additional optional
features, such as Remote Start & Trunk Release
Remote Panic Button
Fail-Proof Transistor Outputs
Smart Passive Arming
Smart Passive Locking
Remote Passive Lock Disable
Super Bright, Multi Mode LED
Intrusion Attempt Memory
Auto Door Polarity Learning
Auto Defective Zone Bypass
Microcontroller Remotes
Non Volatile Memory on all functions
Fast, Simple Installation
Horn Honk Output
Selectable Honk / Siren Modes
Switchless Emergency Override
10 Amp Lights Relay Built-In !
3 Amp (+) Siren Output !
Teach Remotes To System Before Operating
The Remotes are NOT coded to the system in the factory.
Teach the remote to the unit after the installation is complete.
See Code Learning in the Operation Section
This warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of defective parts only.
Therefore, TRC is not responsible for removal and reinstallation charges, shipping charges, theft of the vehicle or it's contents, damages either incidental or
consequential resulting from any malfunction or failure of the system. Under no
circumstance is this warranty or the product covered by this warranty to be construed as a guarantee against theft or loss of property.
Made In USA
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FEATURE / OPTION SELECTION
Installation Guidelines
The following features and options can be selected as follows;
All of these features are stored in EEPROM memory (MemoMax(tm)) and are permanent unless
changed.
COLOR
CONNECT TO
BLACK
RED
PURPLE/WHITE
WHITE / BROWN
BROWN / WHITE
ORANGE
WHITE/RED
WHITE/GREEN
GREEN
THIS IS AN
IMPORTANT
FEATURE. PLEASE
READ
CAREFULLY!
YELLOW
Passive Arming Selection:
Ignition ON, Press and Hold Button II for 5 second. Siren will emit:
2 “Chirps” = Passive is ON, 3 “chirps” = Passive is OFF
GROUND CONNECTION
(+) 12 VOLT SUPPLY. CONNECT TO A STRONG SOURCE
CHANNEL 2 (-) 500ma OUTPUT
(+) PARKING LIGHTS OUTPUT, 10A (NEW INTERNAL RELAY)
SIREN OUTPUT (+) 3A
(-) ARMED OUTPUT, CURRENT LIMITED 500MA
UNLOCK OUTPUT (-) 500MA CURRENT LIMITED
LOCK OUTPUT (–) 500mA CURRENT LIMITED
DOOR TRIGGER INPUT. (-) Door Trigger-Factory DefaultThis is a “Multi Polarity” input, designed to work with any door
polarity. This input is shipped in (-) mode from factory. For (+) Door
Trigger System:
1: Turn Ignition to ON and Open driver’s door. The door must be open
for the learn to work properly.
2: Press Both Buttons on the remote and then Button II right away.
The system will “Chirp” 3 times to indicate it has “Learned” the polarity
door trigger in its “triggered” state. This is a MemoMax(tm) non
volatile feature.
IGNITION INPUT. MUST BE CONNECTED
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Passive Lock Selection:
Ignition ON, Press Button I and then Button II immediately....
2 “Chirps” = Passive Lock is ENABLED, 3 “Chirps” = Passive Lock is DISABLED
Permanent Chirp Delete Via Remote:
To disable the Chirp while arming or disarming, Press BOTH buttons then Button II
2 Chirps = Chirps are ON, 3 Chirps = Chirps are OFF.
HONK mode Selection:
To change the Honk output of the unit into Siren
Turn ignition ON/OFF 4 times, leaving it ON in the 4th times
2 “Chirps” = HONK mode is ON (Pulsed alarm), 3 “Chirps” = HONK mode is OFF (Continuous
alarm).
DISABLING WARN ~ FIRST:
Ignition OFF, Press Button I and the Button II immediately.
2 “Chirps” = Warn ~ First is ON, 3 “Chirps” = Warn ~ First is OFF
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ADJUSTING THE SHOCK SENSOR
This system features a Remote Adjustable, A/D Converting Shock Sensor. This advanced design is
unique, as when set properly, it allows the system to ignore false alarm situations, and perform
“Fuzzy Logic” algorithms inside its Microcomputer, which enables the system to “Think”.
SHOCK SENSOR MOUNTING
This system features a sophisticated Analog To Digital (A/D) Shock / Impact Sensor.
The Shock Sensor Element has been integrated into the Control Module.
For the Impact Sensor to function properly, follow the following mounting suggestions;
• Mount the Control Module to a Thick Harness, Or a Support Frame.
• Do not mount to the Steering Column, As the system will be more sensitive to the
wheels and the ground, than the glass and body.
• Face the unit to the sides of the car. This makes the side windows more sensitive to
harsh impacts.
• Follow the “Shock Sensor” Adjustment instructions in the Operation section.
To set the Shock / Impact Sensor....
5.
6.
7.
8.
Set the Ignition to OFF... Stand outside the vehicle...
Press and HOLD BOTH BUTTONS on the Remote until the system “Chirps”
Wait a 2 seconds
Strike the vehicle on the “A Pillar” firmly. System will Chirp to confirm setting.
Strike the vehicle at the level you wish the system to respond to.
The harder you strike the vehicle, the less sensitive the setting will be.
This setting is recorded inside EEPROM memory and will not change for up to 10 years, even with
the power disconnected.
TRANSMITTER CODE LEARNING
The Transmitters are not coded at the factory. Teach the remotes first.
Set the Ignition to ON....
Plug in the unit into the harness. You have 3 seconds to teach the remotes.
Press Button#1 of each Remote ONCE. The system will Chirp once for each remote learned.
This system features 4 locations in EEPROM memory. Teaching more than 4 remotes automatically
erases the older remotes.
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90-1000
auto security system
manual
IMPORTANT:
Please read the entire manual for complete details on the features, accessories and operation
before attempting to use your security system.
SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
This Security system must be installed by a qualified technician to ensure proper operation. Do
not attempt to install or modify this system yourself as this may void your warranty.
© Copyright 2003 TRC all rights reserved V1.0
About Your System
1
System Programming
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Entering System Programming
Congratulation on your purchase of this 90-1000 auto security system from The Right Connections.
With proper installation this system will provide superior protection and performance for many years
to come.
System Contents:
• Main Unit (Brain)
• Two 2-Button Remote Transmitters
• High Output 6-Tone Siren
• Dual Stage Shock Sensor
• Status LED
• Valet Switch
Options and Accessories:
The 90-1000 includes several optional inputs and outputs allowing the creation of a completely
personalized security and convenience system. Additional features include:
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Remote Door Locking
Two Stage Door Unlocking
Starter Defeat
Horn Honk
Dome Light
Remote Car Start
Extended Range Antenna
Power Trunk/ Hatch Relay
Radar Sensor
Back-up Battery Siren
May require additional parts and/or labor.
Some of the features described in this manual may require additional parts and /or labor, and
may not be included as part of the standard installation of this unit. Additionally, many features
of this security system have selectable options that must be activated or programmed during
the system's installation. These items will be identified in the following sections. Please discuss these features and any questions you may have regarding the installation of this product
with Your Authorized Dealer.
To enter System Programming:
1. Turn on ignition.
2. Within 5 seconds, press the valet switch 5 times.
The siren will provide one long chirp, indication that you have entered Programming.
3. Press the valet switch the number times equal to the System Parameter you want to change.
The siren will chirp each time the valet switch is pressed.
4. Within 5 seconds, press the transmitter button corresponding to the desired operating mode
for that System parameter.
The Siren will
1chirp =
2chirp =
3chirp =
chirp to indicate the setting.
Button 1
Button 2
Button 1&2
5. When you are finished, turn off the ignition to save the changes.
Default Reset
Following this procedure will set all System Programming Parameters to factory default setting.
1. Enter System Programming.
2. Press Transmitter Button 3.
3. Turn off ignition.
•The siren will chirp 6 times indicating that the reset signal was received.
•All System Programming parameters are now set to factory default settings.
•The Valet Mode is off.
Programmable System Options
Branch / Feature
Button 1 (default)
Button 2
Button 3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Manual Arming
Disable
On
Normal
Normal
Manual
Disable
Standard
Passive Arming
Enable
Off
Silent
Horn Chirps
Passive
Enabled
Two Stage
Passive w/Countdown
Arm Mode
Passive Door Locking
Ignition Controlled Locks
Arming Chirps
Horn Chirps w/Arm&Disarm
Anti-Carjack Type
Anti-Carjack Mode
Disarm Mode
Horn Chirps w/Warn
Full-time
System Wiring
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About Your System
2
14-Pin Main Harness
Pin-1
Pin-2
Pin-3
Pin-4
Pin-5
Pin-6
Pin-7
Pin-8
Pin-9
Pin-10
Pin-11
Pin-12
Pin-13
Pin-14
RED WIRE: +12V Battery Input (15A Fuse). The RED wire must be connected to a clean
source of continuous +12V power.
WHITE WIRE: Parking Light Output (+) 7A. The WHITE wire must connect to the circuit that
shows +12V when only the parking lights are on. For parking light circuits exceeding 7 amps,
a relay is required. For vehicle's with independent left and right parking light circuits, diodes
must be used to keep the circuits separate. NOTE: Do not connect the WHITE wire to the
vehicle's headlight circuit.
BROWN WIRE: Siren Output (+) 3A. The BROWN wire must connect to the siren's red wire.
The BLACK siren wire must be grounded.
BLUE/WHITE WIRE: Passenger Unlock output (–) 500mA. Connect to an optional relay to
unlock the passenger doors for two-stage unlock (see Two Stage Door Lock Diagrams).
WHITE/RED WIRE: Auxiliary 2 Output (–) 500mA. Connect to a relay or module for an
optional feature such as power window activation or remote start, etc.
ORANGE WIRE: Armed Output (–) 500mA. The ORANGE wire provides a ground output
while armed to activate an optional starter defeat relay or other device such as a power
window control module.
BROWN/WHITE WIRE: Horn Output (–) 500mA. Connect to an optional relay to activate the
vehicle's horn when the alarm is triggered.
BLACK/WHITE WIRE: Dome Light Output (–) 500mA. Connect to an optional relay for dome
light activation. NOTE: The output from the optional dome light relay is usually connected
to the same wire used for the door trigger input (See GREEN and VIOLET door
trigger wires).
BLUE WIRE: Trunk/Hood trigger Input (–). Connect the BLUE wire to the trunk and/or
optional hood pin switches. The switch must provide a ground output when opened.
GRAY WIRE: Auxiliary 1 Output (–) 500mA. Connect to a relay or module for an optional
feature such as trunk release, etc.
YELLOW WIRE: +12V Ignition Input. The YELLOW wire must connect to a main ignition wire
at the ignition harness. This wire must show +12V when the ignition is on.
BLACK WIRE: Ground Input (–). The BLACK wire must connect to a solid chassis ground.
Clean away any paint or dirt to insure the best possible ground.
VIOLET WIRE: Positive door trigger Input (+). Connect to the door switch circuit wire that
shows +12V when the door is open. This type of door circuit is usually found on
Ford vehicles.
GREEN WIRE: Negative door trigger Input (–). Connect to the door switch circuit wire
that shows ground when the door is open.
Plug-in Connectors
3-Pin White Door Lock Connector: Plug-in connector port for door lock harness or optional door
lock relay module.
• BLUE WIRE – negative unlock output (–) 500mA.
• RED WIRE – constant +12V low current output for relay modules, or inverters. 100mA
relay trigger only. DO NOT use as power source for door lock relays.
• GREEN WIRE – negative lock output (–) 500mA.
2-Pin Red Connector: Plug-in connector port for LED. Mount the LED in an area where it may be
easliy seen from either side of the vehicle.
2-Pin Blue Connector: Plug-in connector port for valet switch. Mount the valet switch in an area
that is easily accessible from the driver's position.
4-Pin White Connector: Plug-in connector port for dual stage shock sensor.
Remote Transmitter Description
LED
Button 1
Button 2
The 90-1000 is supplied with two 2-button Remote Transmitters used to control system operations.
Button 1: Arms and Disarms the system and when held for 2 seconds, activates the system’s Panic
feature. Button 1 also locks and unlocks the doors when the system is in Valet Mode.
Button 2: Arms and Disarms the system silently and when held for 2 seconds or more, activates the
Auxiliary 1 output. This output will remain on for as long as the button is pressed.
Buttons 1&2: Activate the Auxiliary 2 output. This output will remain on for as long as the buttons
are pressed.
Adding/ Replacing Transmitters
To replace lost or stolen transmitters or to add additional transmitters into the system, have all
desired transmitters ready and follow the steps below.
Note: Up to 4 transmitters can be programmed to operate the system. To erase any previously
stored transmitter codes, be sure to program all 4 transmitter locations.
To program the transmitter(s):
1– Turn on the ignition key ON, OFF, ON, OFF, and back ON
• The siren will chirp 3 times.
2– Press and hold the Override switch for 5 seconds.
• The siren will chirp 5 times.
• The LED will illuminate
3– Press Button 1 on the first transmitter
• The siren will chirp once
4– Press Button1 on the first transmitter again.
• The siren will chirp twice to indicate it has learned the code.
5– Repeat steps 3 & 4 for each transmitter (up to 4).
6– Turn off the ignition key.
System Installation
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Battery Replacement
Your Remote Transmitter uses a 12-volt alkaline battery (type 23A), which will require replacement in
time. Depending on the amount of use, the battery may last up to six months or more before it
needs replacement.
When the battery needs replacing, the system’s operating range will decrease or the transmitter
LED may not be as bright.
In order to change the battery, first remove 2 screws from the back of the transmitter and separate
the top and bottom halves of the case.
While replacing the battery make sure that the positive and negative terminals are positioned correctly, then carefully reassemble the transmitter case.
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1. Thoroughly read and become familiar with the installation instructions before beginning
the installation.
2. Review system contents:
Main Unit
Two 2-Button Remote Transmitters
Siren
Shock Sensor
Harness
• 14-Pin Main Harness
• 4-Pin Shock Sensor Harness
• 3-Pin Door Lock Harness
• LED Harness
• Override Switch Harness
3. Verify with the owner, the mounting locations for all visible components, including the LED
and Override Switch.
4. Verify with the owner, the optional features of the 90-1000 and the features that must be
programmed during installation
5. Inspect and perform a function test of all vehicle systems before and after the installation
6. Always use a Volt / Ohm meter for testing vehicle circuitry. Never use a test light.
7. Always look before drilling any holes or mounting self-tapping screws. Be sure fuel lines and
exterior wiring looms are clear as they are often close to the chassis and difficult to see.
8. Protect all wires running from the engine compartment to the interior of the vehicle by covering
with electrical tape and split loom tubing. Be sure to use a grommet when routing wires through
the firewall.
9. Properly fuse any additional accessories such as window modules, door lock actuators, etc.,
making sure to power them separate from the alarm module. This will ensure the functionality
of the security system in the even of an accessory failure.
Mounting the Control Unit
The control unit must only be mounted in the interior of the vehicle. Do not mount the main unit in the
engine compartment. Choose a mounting location that will not be easily accessible to a thief, and will not
interfere with the operation of any vehicle components such as foot pedals, steering column, air vents, seat
rails, etc.
Do not mount the control unit until after setting the internal jumpers and performing a complete operation
check of the system. After installation is complete and performance verified, the control unit can be easily
mounted using wire ties through the mounting tabs on the bottom of the unit.
Mounting the Siren
Choose a siren mounting location that is away from heat sources such as exhaust manifolds, and where it
cannot be easily accessed from underneath the vehicle. Be sure to face the siren downward to prevent the
collection of water in the siren’s housing.
90-1000
Always route all wires from the engine compartment into the interior of the vehicle through a
proper grommet.
Mounting the Shock Sensor
Choose a suitable interior mounting location for the shock sensor that provides ample coverage of the vehicle. Keep the sensor away from the vehicle’s ECM or other sources of electrical interference. Suggested
mounting locations include air conditioning ducts, dashboard braces, or center console supports.
During proper operation, the shock sensor will detect impacts to the vehicle only and will not usually be
triggered by slow rocking movements of the vehicle like those caused by wind.
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Extended Features
Ignition Controlled Door Locks
For added safety, the Ignition Door Locking feature allows vehicles equipped with power door lock
systems to automatically lock the doors when the ignition is turned on, and unlock the doors after
the ignition key is turned off. If a door is open when the ignition is turned on, the ignition locking
feature is disabled to protect against locking the keys inside the vehicle.
Dome Light Activation
If the optional Dome light Activation feature is installed, the dome light will turn on when the system
is disarmed using the Remote Transmitter. The dome light will remain on for 30 seconds or until the
ignition is turned on.
Auxiliary Function Outputs
The 90-1000 system is equipped with an Auxiliary Output allowing the convenience features of the
system to be further expanded. This output can be used to add an optional feature such as: Power
Trunk Release, Remote Engine Start, Power Window Activation, Power Sunroof Control, etc.
Remote Sensor Disable
When parking the vehicle in areas susceptible to unwanted disturbance from animals or strong
weather conditions that could cause the sensor to trigger, the sensor inputs can be temporarily
bypassed using the Remote Transmitter, preventing possible false alarms.
To disable the sensor inputs:
1. Arm the system normally.
2. Within 5 seconds of Arming the system, press the Arm button again.
• The siren will chirp 5 times and the parking lights will flash 5 times to indicate the
sensors are disabled.
• The sensor will remain disabled until the next arming cycle.
Anti-Carjacking Protection
For a higher level of personal security, the system is equipped with three programmable
Anti-Carjacking modes. When any Anti-Carjacking mode is triggered, the parking lights will flash
twice to confirm activation. After 90 seconds the siren will begin chirping for 15 seconds as a
warning, prior to entering full alarm mode. During the full alarm mode, the siren will sound, the
parking lights will flash, and the horn will honk for up to five minutes or until the system is reset.
Manual. When selected, activating the Panic feature will automatically trigger the
Anti-Carjacking feature. Press the Panic Button again to reset the Manual Anti-Carjacking mode.
Passive. When selected, the Anti-Carjacking feature will activate whenever a door is opened
while the ignition is on. Press the Valet Switch 3 times to reset the Passive Anti-Carjacking mode.
Full-Time. When selected, the Anti-Carjacking feature will automatically activate each time the
ignition is turned on. Press the Valet switch 3 times while the ignition is on to reset the Passive
Anti-Carjacking mode.
NOTE: The desired Anti-Carjacking mode must be programmed during installation.
System Operation
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Remote Arming
The system monitors 3 independent areas (zones) while armed: doors, hood/trunk, and shock
sensor input.
To arm the system:
1. Turn off the ignition.
2. Press Button 1.
• The siren will chirp once*
• The doors will lock.
• The parking lights will flash once.
• The LED will turn on red, to indicate the starter defeat is active.
3. 5 seconds after Arming:
• The LED will start blinking to indicate that the doors and hood/trunk inputs are being monitored.
During Arming, if the system detects a bad sensor or an open zone, the system will chirp 4
additional times and ignore that input, but keep all other areas protected.
Once Armed, the alarm will trigger when any of the following occurs:
• The doors are opened
• The hood or trunk is opened
• The shock sensor detects an Impact to the vehicle
When the alarm triggers, the siren will sound, the horn will honk, and the parking lights will flash. If
the system is triggered by the doors, or hood/trunk, the system will alarm for 45 seconds.
If triggered by the shock sensor input, the system will alarm for 30 seconds.
In the event the alarm is triggered and remains triggered continuously by the same sensor or input
during a single arming cycle, that sensor or input will be automatically bypassed until the next time
the system is armed.
If the Shock Sensor detects a light impact to the vehicle, the siren will chirp 5 times as a warning
indication.
Remote Disarming
To Disarm the System:
Press Button 1.
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siren will chirp twice.*
doors will unlock.
parking lights will flash twice.
dome light will turn on.
LED will turn off.
* During Disarming, if the system was triggered while away from the vehicle, the siren will
chirp 3 times, and the parking lights will flash 3 times.
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Silent Arming/ Disarming
The system can be programmed to operate without Arm and Disarm chirp indications. When programmed for full-time silent operation, the siren will sound only when the system is triggered. The
system is also capable of temporary silent operation when needed. Pressing buttons 1 & 2 together
will bypass the chirp confirmations and allow one-time silent operation.
NOTE: the open zone warning chirps will not be bypassed when the system is Armed or
Disarmed silently.
Passive Arming
When programmed for the optional Passive Arming feature, the system arms itself automatically,
each time the ignition is turned off and all of the doors, hood, and trunk are closed.
To start the Passive Arming Process:
1. Turn off the ignition.*
2. Open the door and exit the vehicle
• Once all doors are closed and the dome light is off, the LED will begin flashing rapidly
3. After 30 seconds,
• The siren will chirp.
• The parking lights will flash.
• The doors will lock.**
• The status LED will begin flashing.
4. The system is now armed.
* The ignition must have been on for at least 5 seconds or the Passive Arming sequence will
be disabled
Emergency Override
If the transmitter becomes lost or inoperable, the system can still be disarmed using the following
procedure. Before beginning this procedure be sure to have the ignition key ready and know the
location of the override switch.
To Emergency Override the system:
1. Unlock the door using the key.
2. Enter the vehicle.
• The system will trigger and the siren will sound.
3. Turn ignition key on.
4. Press and hold the override switch for 10 seconds.
• The system will disarm.
5. The vehicle will now be able to start.
Valet Mode
The Valet Mode temporarily disables the security system so the vehicle may be operated by a
mechanic or parking attendant.
To activate or deactivate the Valet Mode:
1. Turn on the ignition.
2. Press and hold the override switch for 5 seconds.
• The siren will chirp once to confirm the Valet Mode is on.
• The siren will chirp twice to confirm the Valet Mode is off.
3. Turn off the ignition.
** If the Passive Locking feature is selected
To temporarily disable Passive Arming, turn on the ignition then turn off within 5 seconds. The siren
will chirp once indicating the system will not passively arm until the ignition is cycled again.
If the Passive Arming with Countdown feature is programmed, the siren will chirp every 2 seconds
until the system passively arms.
NOTE: If the Passive Arming feature is enabled, the Automatic Rearming feature will also be
enabled even if it was not already programmed.
Panic Mode
In the event of an emergency the transmitter’s remote Panic feature can be used to instantly trigger
the alarm.
To activate the Panic Mode:
1. Press and hold Button 1 for 3 seconds
• The alarm will sound.
• The parking lights will flash.
• The doors will unlock* allowing access to the vehicle.
2. Press Button 2 to stop Panic Mode.
* If the ignition is on when the Panic feature is activated, the doors will lock for
personal safety.
While in Valet Mode the remote transmitters will continue to lock and unlock the doors, and operate
the optional auxiliary functions.
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
Right Connection Electronics, Inc. (TRC) warrants the control module (Central Processing
Unit) to be free from defects in materials and workmanship to the owner of the vehicle in
which the system was originally installed, for the lifetime of the vehicle. This warranty is
nontransferable. For the purpose of this warranty, transfer includes but is not limited to sale
of the vehicle or re-installation of the system in a different vehicle. All other components of
the system such as siren and shock sensors are warranted for one year from the date of
purchase. The remote transmitter has a one-year warranty that does not include damage
from impact, excessive pressure or moisture, or any damage to the extension antenna.
Additional TRC security products have a 90-day warranty unless otherwise noted in writing
by TRC. Any damage as a result of abuse, misuse, accidents, improper installation,
improper wiring, neglect, unauthorized repair, modification or acts of God shall render the
warranty null and void. If a part becomes defective and is under warranty, TRC at its option
will repair or replace the defective part(s) at no charge, except as set forth below. TRC
reserves the right to substitute products of equal or greater value in exchange for products
that are discontinued or outdated.
To obtain warranty repair or replacement as set forth above; the vehicle must be returned
to the original installing dealer or any authorized dealer for removal of the defective parts.
The dealer will send the necessary parts to Right Connection Electronics Inc., 22745 Old
Canal Road, Yorba Linda CA 92887. All products sent in for warranty repair or replacement
must be accompanied by a photocopy of the original sales receipt or dated proof of
purchase, and a check or money order for $15.00 ($10.00 processing fee + $5.00 shipping
charge). If proof of purchase is not provided the warranty period shall be for one year from
manufacture date. TRC will repair or replace the system and return it freight prepaid to the
dealer. Please allow adequate time (4 to 6 weeks) for shipping and processing.
This warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of defective parts only. Therefore, TRC
is not responsible for removal and re-installation charges, shipping charges, theft of the
vehicle or it's contents, damages either incidental or consequential resulting from any
malfunction or failure of the system. Under no circumstance is this warranty or the product
covered by this warranty to be construed as a guarantee against theft or loss of property.
A security system is intended to be a theft deterrent only.
THE RIGHT CONNECTIONS
90-CLCD3
Owner's/Installation Manual
STARTER FEATURES
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TRUE RPM SENSING FOR REAL TIME CRANKING
RPM LEARNING INDICATION
DUAL MODE RELIABLE SMART ENGINE RUN SENSING (TACHLESS MODE ONLY)
GAS OR DIESEL MODE WITH GLOW PLUG INPUT
COLD START TIMER (PROGRAMMABLE)
DEDICATED STARTER ACTIVE OUTPUT FOR FACTORY TRANSPONDER BYPASS
STARTER DISABLE OUTPUT FOR ANTI GRIND FEATURE
FACTORY DISARM OUTPUT
FACTORY REARM OUTPUT
TWO IGNITION RELAY OUTPUTS
STOP & GO MODE
SELECTABLE ENGINE RUN TIME
ENABLE OR DISABLE REMOTE START IN VALET MODE
ALARM FEATURES
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BUILT-IN SIDE-LIGHT RELAY PROGRAMMABLE (+/–)
PLUG-IN USER PROGRAMMABLE CODE OVERRIDE SWITCH
PLUG-IN DUAL-ZONE DUAL ADJUST PIEZO SENSOR
HORN OUTPUT
REMOTE DOOR LOCKING/UNLOCKING
PASSENGER UNLOCK OUTPUT
TWO AUXILIARY CHANNELS WITH SELECTABLE OUTPUT TYPES, (PULSE, TIMED OR LATCHED)
USER-SELECTABLE AUTO-ARMING
USER-SELECTABLE AUTO-REARMING
REMOTE PANIC WITH SMART LOCKING/UNLOCKING
REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY AND ACCESSORY ACTIVATION EVEN IN VALET MODE
REMOTE-CONTROLLED COURTESY LIGHTING
PRE-WIRED LED, SENOR, AND VALET SWITCH CONNECTORS
AUTO ACTIVATION OF AUXILIARY 2 OUTPUT FOR COMFORT CLOSURE (WINDOWS)
AUTO DISARM WITH AUXILIARY 1 ACTIVATION (TRUNK RELEASE OUTPUT)
SMART REMOTE TRUNK RELEASE
ALARM TRIGGER IDENTIFICATION
OPTIONAL PLUG-IN DOOR LOCK RELAY MODULE
ALARM SPECIAL FEATURES
WARN-AWAY
DUAL ZONE SHOCK SENSOR, ZONE ONE WHEN TRIGGERED ACTIVATES CAUSES THE ALARM TO CHIRP
FIVE TIMES INDICATION A WARN-AWAY CONDITION, SECOND ZONE WHEN ACTIVE, TRIGGERS THE ALARM.
VALET MODE
VALET MODE ENTRY:
DISARM THE ALARM, TURN THE IGNITION ON, AND HOLD THE PUSH BUTTON VALET SWITCH FOR 5
SECONDS UNTIL LED TURNS ON AND PARKING LIGHT FLASH ONCE. DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK, AND ALL AUX
OUTPUTS RESPOND TO TRANSMITTER ACTIVATION (KEYLESS ENTRY).
VALET MODE EXIT:
TURN THE IGNITION ON; HOLD THE PUSH BUTTON VALET SWITCH FOR 5 SECONDS UNTIL LED TURNS OFF
AND PARKING LIGHT FLASH TWICE.
EMERGENCY OVERRIDE
DISARM THE ALARM WITHOUT TRANSMITTERS. TURN IGNITION ON, HOLD THE PUSH BUTTON SWITCH
DOWN FOR 5 SECONDS, THE SIREN WILL TURN OFF AND ALARM WILL DISARM.
IF EMERGENCY CODED OVERRIDE IS PROGRAMMED THEN TURN IGNITION ON, PRESS THE PUSH
BUTTON SWITCH THE NUMBER OF TIMES THAT CORRESPOND TO THE PREPROGRAMMED CODE, HOLD
THE PUSH BUTTON SWITCH DOWN FOR 5 SECONDS, THE SIREN WILL TURN OFF AND ALARM WILL
DISARM.
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ALARM SPECIAL FEATURES (continued)
SENSOR DISABLE FEATURE
DISABLE THE SENSORS FOR A SINGLE ARM CYCLE, BY PRESSING THE 1st BUTTON TO ARM AND WITH 10
SECONDS PRESSING THE 1st BUTTON AGAIN. THE SIREN AND PARKING LIGHT WILL FLASH FIVE TIMES,
THAT WILL ELIMINATE BOTH SENSORS FOR THAT ARM CYCLE. REARMING THE ALARM WILL RE-ENABLE
THE SENSORS.
ACCIDENTAL DISARM (AUTO REARMING)
IF THE ALARM HAS BEEN ARMED FOR AT LEAST 10 SECONDS AND HAS BEEN DISARMED WITH THE
TRANSMITTER BY MISTAKE. IT WILL AUTOMATICALLY REARM ITSELF WITHIN 30 SECONDS. OPENING THE
TRUNK OR TURNING ON THE IGNITION KEY WILL CANCEL REARMING. THIS FEATURE WILL BE ALWAYS
ACTIVE NO MATTER IF THE ALARM IS IN ACTIVE OR PASSIVE MODE.
TO DISABLE THIS FEATURE, GO TO PROGRAMMING MODE AND TURN THIS FEATURE TO OFF.
PROGRAMMING TRANSMITTERS
TURN THE IGNITION KEY 3 TIMES ON/OFF; LEAVE THE IGNITION KEY IN ON POSITION, WITHIN 3 SECONDS
SIREN WILL CHIRP TIMES.
PRESS VALET SWITCH FOR 5 SECONDS THE SIREN WILL CHIRP 5 TIMES AND LED COMES ON SOLID, THEN
PRESS BUTTON #1 ON THE REMOTE TRANSMITTER ONE TIME. THE SIREN WILL CHIRP ONCE, PRESS
BUTTON #1 ONE MORE TIME THE SIREN WILL CHIRP TWICE THIS WILL CONFIRM THAT THE ALARM HAS
LEARNED THAT TRANSMITTER. IF YOU WANT TO TEACH ANOTHER TRANSMITTER WITH DIFFERENT CODE
PRESS BUTTON #1 ONE TIME ON THE SECOND TRANSMITTER THE SIREN WILL CHIRP ONCE. THEN PRESS
BUTTON #1 ONE MORE TIME ON IT TRANSMITTER SIREN WILL CHIRP TWICE YOU CAN TEACH 4 DIFFERENT
CODES.
TRANSMITTER TEACHING FOR SECOND CAR OPERATION
SAME AS PROGRAMMING TRANSMITTER, BUT PRESS THE 5 THE OR FUNCTION BUTTON 2 TIMES THEN
PRESS BUTTON #1, SIREN WILL CHIRP ONCE THEN REPEAT PROCEDURE ONE MORE TIME, SIREN WILL
CHIRP TWICE INDICATING IT LEARNED THE TRANSMITTER.
DOOR TRIGGER DELAY IN PASSIVE MODE
IF ENABLED, WHEN THE ALARM ARM'S PASSIVELY, UPON OPENING THE DOOR SIREN WILL CHIRP FOR 10
SECONDS THEN WILL TRIGGER THE ALARM, UNLESS YOU TURN THE IGNITION ON WITHIN THAT 10
SECONDS. THIS WILL DISARM THE SYSTEM. THIS ENABLE YOU TO USE THE ALARM WITHOUT REMOTES.
SECURE AUXILIARY OUTPUTS
EACH AUXILIARY OUTPUT CAN BE PROGRAMMED SO THAT IT CAN BE ACTIVATED ONLY WHEN THE
SYSTEM IS DISARMED AND THE IGNITION SWITCH IS OFF.
THIS FEATURE IS PARTICULARLY USEFUL WHEN THE OUTPUT IS USED FOR TRUNK RELEASE PURPOSE.
THIS PREVENTS THE TRUNK TO BE RELEASED ACCIDENTALLY BY PRESSING THE TRUNK RELEASE
BUTTON ON THE REMOTE TRANSMITTER WHILE DRIVING OR WHILE THE ALARM IS ARMED.
PERSONALIZED OVERRIDE CODE
TO SELECT YOUR PERSONAL SECURITY CODE TO OVERRIDE THE ALARM. GO TO ACCESS FEATURE
PROGRAMMING MODE LOCATION #4, PRESS BUTTON #3 ON THE TRANSMITTER, SELECT YOUR
PERSONAL SECURITY CODE BY PRESSING THE VALET SWITCH TO A DESIRED NUMBER (1-15), THEN
TURN THE IGNITION OFF.
TO DISARM THE ALARM WHEN TRIGGERED, TURN IGNITION ON PRESS VALET SWITCH TO THE SELECTED
NUMBER TIMES AND HOLD FOR 10 SECONDS ON THE LAST PRESS UNTIL THE ALARM TURNS OFF.
STARTER SPECIAL FEATURES
ENGINE RPM PROGRAMMING
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SELECT ENGINE START RPM DETECTION - STEP 20 IN THE PROGRAMMING TABLE.
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WITH ENGINE RUNNING SELECT STEP 21 IN THE PROGRAMMING TABLE, NOTE THAT THE LED IS
BLINKING, INDICATING THAT THE RPM SIGNAL IS DETECTED PROPERLY, PRESS BUTTON 1 ON YOUR
REMOTE CONTROL TO RECORD THE IDLE RPM.
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ENGINE RUN DETECTION
THERE ARE TWO MODES OF ENGINE RUN DETECTION
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RPM–ENGINE RUN SENSING IS ACCOMPLISHED BY SUPPLYING AN RPM SIGNAL TO THE UNIT AND
TEACHING THE "VEHICLE ENGINE IDLE RPM". ENGINE STALLED CONDITION IS DEFINED AS ZERO
ENGINE RPM.
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SMART SENSE–ENGINE RUN IS DETERMINED BY MEASURING THE BATTERY VOLTAGE AND ENGINE
NOISE. ENGINE STALLED CONDITION IS DEFINED IF BOTH THE BATTERY VOLTAGE AND ENGINE
NOISE HAVE BEEN FALLEN BELLOW A PRE-DETERMINED THRESHOLD.
ENGINE START DETECTION
ENGINE START IS DETECTED ONLY WHEN USING THE RPM MODE, IN THIS MODE RPM TIMING IS
COMPARED TO PREPROGRAMMED IDLE RPM, ENGINE START IS DEFINED AS 50% OF IDLE RPM. IF ENGINE
RPM DID NOT REACH THAT LEVEL WITHIN 1O SECONDS, ENGINE CRANKING WILL BE TERMINATED.
IF SMART SENSE IS SELECTED ENGINE START IS CONTROLLED BY TIMING ONLY.
DIESEL/GASOLINE MODE
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GASOLINE MODE–IGNITION IS TURNED ON 5 SECONDS BEFORE START.
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DIESEL MODE–IGNITION IS TURNED ON 10 SECONDS BEFORE START OR UNTIL THE GLOW PLUG
IS TURNED OFF WHICHEVER COMES FIRST.
COLD START
COLD START IS PROGRAMMABLE TO EVERY 2 OR 1 HOUR INTERVALS.
ENABLE COLD START–WITH IGNITION OFF SIMULTANEOUSLY PRESS THE BRAKE PEDAL VALET SWITCH
AND THE DISARM BUTTON ON YOUR REMOTE - PARKING LIGHTS WILL FLASH FOUR TIMES CONFIRMING
THAT THE FEATURE HAS BEEN ENABLED.
*THIS FEATURE WILL BE CANCELED IF THE ALARM HAS BEEN ARMED AND DISARMED OR IGNITION HAS
BEEN TURNED ON.
TIMING ADJUSTMENT
ALL STARTER TIMERS HAVE BEEN PRESET FROM THE FACTORY. DIFFERENT VEHICLES MAY REQUIRE
DIFFERENT SETTING. USE THE OPTIONAL WIZARD FOR MORE PRECISE ADJUSTMENT THAT FIT THE
SPECIFIC VEHICLE.
STOP & GO MODE
WITH ENGINE RUNNING PRESS REMOTE START BUTTON ON YOUR TRANSMITTER, SIDE LIGHTS WILL
FLASH TWICE INDICATION STOP & GO MODE ENABLED, TURN OFF THE IGNITION SWITCH, THE ENGINE
WILL CONTINUE RUNNING.
PROGRAMMABLE FEATURES
FEATURE PROGRAMMING MODE
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TURNING IGNITION KEY ON
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WITHIN 10 SECONDS PRESS VALET SWITCH 5 TIMES. THE SIREN WILL CHIRP 3 TIMES INDICATING
YOU ARE IN FEATURE PROGRAMMING MODE.
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SELECT THE FEATURE YOU WANT TO CHANGE BY PRESSING THE VALE SWITCH THE NUMBER OF
TIMES AS THE FEATURE NUMBER. (EVERY TIME VALET SWITCH IS PRESSED THE SIREN WILL CHIRP
ONCE).
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SELECT THE DESIRED OPTION BY PRESSING THE TRANSMITTER'S BUTTONS 1,2 OR 3.
PLUG-IN DUAL STAGE SENSOR HARNESS
PLUG-IN LED (RED)
PLUG-IN VALET PUSH BUTTON SWITCH (BLUE)
PLUG-IN 3 PIN DOOR LOCK & UNLOCK HARNESS (WHITE)
PIN #
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COLOR
GREEN
RED
BLUE
DESCRIPTION
NEGATIVE LOCK
+12V OUT
NEGATIVE UNLOCK
PIN #
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COLOR
GREEN/WHITE
BLACK/GRAY
WHITE/RED
BLACK/WHITE
YELLOW
BLUE/YELLOW
BLUE/WHITE
BLUE/ORANGE
BLACK
RED
VIOLET
GREEN
WHITE BLACK
ORANGE
VIOLET/WHITE
WHITE/VIOLET
BROWN
GRAY
WHITE
BROWN/WHITE
DESCRIPTION
BRAKE LIGHT INPUT (+)
RPM INPUT (PULSE)
AUX 2 OUTPUT (–)
INTERIOR LIGHT OUTPUT (–)
IGNITION INPUT (+)
GLOW PLUG INPUT (+)
PASSENGER UNLOCK OUTPUT (–)
STARTER ACTIVE OUTPUT (–)
BATTERY (–)
BATTERY (+)
DOOR TRIGGER IN (+)
DOOR TRIGGER IN (–)
HOOD TRIGGER INPUT (–)
STARTER DISABLE OUTPUT (–)
FACTORY SECURITY DISARM OUT (–)
FACTORY SECURITY ARM OUT (–)
SIREN OUTPUT (+)
AUX 1 OUTPUT (–)
SIDE LIGHT OUTPUT
AUX 3 OUTPUT (–)
SIREN CHIRPS WILL FOLLOW EACH BUTTON PRESS, ONCE FOR BUTTON 1, TWICE FOR BUTTON 2 AND
THREE TIMES FOR BUTTON 3.
RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULT SETTING
ENTER PROGRAMMING MODE (STEP 1 & 2, SEE ABOVE)
PRESS AND RELEASE BUTTON 3 ON THE REMOTE, SIREN WILL CHIRP 6 TIMES AND ALL PROGRAMMABLE
FEATURES WILL RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULT POSITION.
FACTORY DEFAULT IS INDICATED IN COLUMN 1 OF THE PROGRAMMING TABLE.
SENSOR ADJUST MODE
WHILE IGNITION IS ON USE YOUR TRANSMITTER TO PRESS TRANSMITTER FUNCTION BUTTON (SIDE
BUTTON) 3 TIMES, THEN PRESS BUTTON 3, SIREN WILL CHIRP 4 TIMES INDICATING THAT THE SYSTEM IS
IN SENSOR ADJUST MODE. EVERY TIME SENSOR 1 TRIGGERS SIREN WILL CHIRP ONCE, IF WARN-AWAY
TRIGGERS SIREN WILL CHIRP TWICE, AND WHEN OPTIONAL SENSOR 2 TRIGGERS SIREN WILL CHIRP
THREE TIMES. TO GET OUT OF THIS MODE TURN IGNITION OFF AND ON.
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PIN #
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COLOR
VIOLET
YELLOW
ORANGE
BROWN
RED
RED
DESCRIPTION
STARTER OUT (+)
IGNITION 1 OUT (+)
ACCESSORIES OUT (+)
AUXILIARY RELAY OUT (+)
BATTERY 2 INPUT (+)
BATTERY 1 INPUT (+)
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BRANCH
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MODE 1
TX BUTTON 2
MODE 2
TX BUTTON 3
MODE 3
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AUTO REARM DISABLE
CHIRPS ENABLE
IGNITION LOCK ENABLE
----PASSIVE ARM ENABLE
AUTO REARM ENABLE
CHIRPS DISABLE
IGNITION LOCK DISABLE
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IGNITION UNLOCK ALL
DOORS
UNLOCK SINGLE PULSE
LOCK/UNLOCK PULSE 1 SEC
LOCK ON PASSIVE ARM
DISABLE
DOOR TRIGGER DELAY IN
PASSIVE MODE DISABLE
BAD DOOR ZONE REPORT
IN 5 SECONDS
ACTIVATE AUX. 2 UPON
ARMING - DISABLE
AUX. 1 PULSED
AUX. 2 PULSED
DISARM WITH AUX. 1 DISABLE
START IN VALET DISABLE
LOCK UPON START
LOCK UPON SHUTDOWN
RUN TIME 12 MIN.
COLD START EVERY 2 HRS
SMART START ENABLE
LEARN RPM STARTING
THRESHOLD
ENABLE 2-WAY FM PAGER
IGNITION UNLOCK
DRIVER DOOR
UNLOCK DOUBLE PULSE
LOCK/UNLOCK PULSE 3 SEC
LOCK ON PASSIVE ARM
ENABLE
DOOR TRIGGER DELAY IN
PASSIVE MODE ENABLE
DISABLE BAD DOOR
ZONE REPORT
ACTIVATE AUX. 2 UPON
ARMING - ENABLE
AUX. 1 TIMED
AUX. 2 TIMED
DISARM WITH AUX. 1 ENABLE
START IN VALET ENABLE
NO LOCK UPON START
NO LOCK UPON SHUTDOWN
RUN TIME 24 MIN.
COLD START EVERY 1 HR
RPM START ENABLE
SET STARTER FOR GASOLINE
VEHICLE
PROGRAM ADDITIONAL
2-WAY FM TRANSMITTERS
AUXILIARY RELAY OUT -ACCESSORY-2
AUX 3 – IGNITION OUT
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AUXILIARY RELAY OUT -IGNITION-2
AUX 3 – HORN OUT
FACTORY RESET
PROGRAMMING EMERGENCY
CODED OVERRIDE
IGNITION UNLOCK – OFF
AUX. 1 LATCHED
AUX. 2 LATCHED
SET STARTER FOR DIESEL
VEHICLE
AUXILIARY RELAY OUT -STARTER-2
COLUMN 1 - FACTORY DEFAULT
PARKING LIGHT POLARITY SELECTION
REMOVE THE PLASTIC COVER OF THE CONTROL MODULE AND FIND JUMPERS W5 AND W2 ON THE PCB.
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SELECT PARKING LIGHT POLARITY OUTPUT BY CONNECTING THE CENTER TAP TO "+" OR "–"
OF JUMPER W5
REMOTE OPERATION AND PROGRAMMING
TRUNK BUTTON:
TRUNK/AUXILIARY
STAR BUTTON: AUXILIARY #2 (OPTIONAL) TO ENABLE
AUX. #2 FUNCTION MUST BE PROGRAMMED DURING
INSTALLATION (STEP #1)
C BUTTON:
BACKLIGHT &
PROGRAMMING
• STATUS, CHIRP ENABLE &
DISABLE
• REMOTE SOUND ENABLE
DISABLE
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KEY BUTTON:
LOCK BUTTON:
REMOTE ENGINE START
DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK
ARM & DISARM
PRESS AND HOLD FOR PANIC
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SETTING THE CLOCK
PRESS THE KEY & TRUNK BUTTONS SIMULTANEOUSLY UNTIL THE REMOTE BEEP TWICE AND THEN
RELEASE THE BUTTONS. PRESS THE KEY BUTTON TO SET THE HOUR AND THE TRUNK BUTTON TO SET
THE MINUTE. TO END PRESS THE C BUTTON.
SETTING THE ALARM CLOCK
PRESS THE KEY & TRUNK BUTTONS SIMULTANEOUSLY UNTIL THE REMOTE BEEP FIVE TIMES AND THEN
RELEASE THE BUTTONS. PRESS THE KEY BUTTON TO SET THE HOUR AND THE TRUNK BUTTON TO SET
THE MINUTE. PRESS THE C BUTTON TO TURN ON THE ALARM CLOCK. PRESS THE LOCK BUTTON TO
TURN OFF THE ALARM CLOCK.
SETTING THE REMOTE START CLOCK
PRESS THE KEY & TRUNK BUTTONS SIMULTANEOUSLY UNTIL THE REMOTE BEEP SEVEN TIMES AND
THEN RELEASE THE BUTTONS. PRESS THE KEY BUTTON TO SET THE HOUR AND THE TRUNK BUTTON
TO SET THE MINUTE. PRESS THE C BUTTON TO TURN THE FEATURE ON. PRESS THE LOCK BUTTON TO
TURN THE FEATURE OFF.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
ONE TIME PASSIVE ARMING DISABLE
ARM AND DISARM THE ALARM WITHIN 10 SECONDS, THIS WILL DISABLE PASSIVE ARMING UNTIL YOU
EITHER TURN THE IGNITION ON, OR ARM THE ALARM AND WAIT 10 SECONDS THEN DISARM.
ARMING WITH DEFECTIVE ZONE ALERT
AFTER ARMING THE ALARM (ACTIVE OR PASSIVE). IF A DEFECTIVE ZONE HAS BEEN DETECTED. THE
ALARM WILL CONFIRM THE DETECTION OF THE DEFECTIVE ZONE BY CHIRPING THE SIREN AND
FLASHING THE LIGHTS 4 TIMES. ALSO WILL IDENTIFY THE DEFECTIVE ZONE WITH LED. ALL DEFECTIVE
ZONES WILL BE BYPASSED UNTIL THEY BECOME GOOD THEN THE ALARM WILL START MONITORING
THEM EXCEPT BOTH SENSOR ONCE BYPASSED THEY STAY BYPASSED UNTIL YOU DISARM AND ARM THE
UNIT.
PANIC MODE
FOR EMERGENCY SITUATIONS, PRESS AND HOLD BUTTON #1, OF THE TRANSMITTER FOR 3 SECONDS.
THIS WILL ACTIVATE THE PANIC MODE. THE ALARM SIREN WILL SOUND, ARMED OUTPUT WILL BE ACTIVE,
DOORS WILL UNLOCK AND THE PARKING LIGHTS WILL FLASH FOR 30 SECONDS (OR UNTIL THE
TRANSMITTER BUTTON #2 IS PRESSED). (IF IGNITION IS ON WHILE PANICKING THE DOORS WILL LOCK).
ALARM TRIGGERED
IF A VIOLATION OF THE VEHICLE IS TAKING PLACE, THE SIREN WILL SOUND, HORN WILL FLASH, AND
PARKING LIGHTS WILL FLASH FOR 45 SECONDS. AFTER THIS 45 SECOND DERATION, THE ALARM WILL
AUTOMATICALLY RESET AND RESUME PROTECTING THE VEHICLE. SENSOR 1 SENSOR 2 TRIGGERS WILL
SOUND THE ALARM 30 SECONDS.
INTRUSION ALERT
IF A SENSOR INPUT (DOOR SWITCH, SHOCK SENSOR) HAS BEEN VIOLATED WHILE THE SYSTEM WAS
ARMED, UPON DISARMING THE ALARM SYSTEM, THE SIREN WILL CONFIRM WITH 3 DISARMING SIREN
CHIRPS AND 3 LIGHT FLASHES INDICATING THE ALARM HAD BEEN TRIPPED. TURNING THE IGNITION TO
ON POSITION THE LED WILL FLASH 8 CYCLES INDICATION THE TRIGGER ZONE.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
TRANSMITTER BUTTON OPERATION
IMPORTANT: THE MICROPROCESSOR ALARM SYSTEM HAS BEEN DESIGNED SO THAT UPON ARMING,
SENSOR 1 & 2 TRIGGERS WILL BE DELAYED FOR 10 SECONDS. THIS IS TO GIVE THE ELECTRONICS IN THE
VEHICLE, A CHANCE TO STABILIZE (WINDOW ROLL-UP, SHOCK SENSOR, ETC.Z).
ACTIVE ARMING MODE
PRESS TRANSMITTER BUTTON #1 MOMENTARILY TO ARM THE ALARM SYSTEM. THE ALARM WILL ARM
AND THE SIREN WILL CHIRP ONCE, SIDE LIGHTS WILL BLINK, DOORS WILL LOCK AUTOMATICALLY,
OPTIONAL STARTER DISABLE FEATURE WILL BE ACTIVATED AND THE LED WILL TURN ON SOLID THEN
START TO FLASHING SLOW AFTER A 10 SECOND DELAY.
DISARMING THE SYSTEM
PRESS TRANSMITTER BUTTON #2 MOMENTARILY TO DISARM THE ALARM SYSTEM. THE ALARM WILL ARM
AND THE SIREN WILL CHIRP TWICE, SIDE LIGHTS WILL FLASH TWICE LED WILL TURN OFF OPTIONAL
STARTER DISABLE FEATURE WILL BE DEACTIVATED DOOR LOCKS WILL UNLOCK AUTOMATICALLY DOME
LIGHT WILL BE ILLUMINATED FOR 30 SECONDS OR UNTIL IGNITION KEY IS TURN TO ACCESSORY "ON"
POSITION.
PASSIVE ARMING MODE
IN PASSIVE ARMING MODE, UPON CLOSING THE LAST DOOR THERE WILL BE A 30 SECOND ARMING
DELAY. THE LED WILL BE FLASHING RAPIDLY AND 5 SECONDS LATER PARKING LIGHT WILL FLASH TWO
TIMES INDICATING THAT THE SYSTEM IS IN PASSIVE ARMING PHASE. AFTER 30 SECONDS, THE ALARM
WILL ARM (PROGRAMMABLE).
5
LED
FLASHES
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
DESCRIPTION
SENSOR 2
SHOCK SENSOR
OPTIONAL SENSOR THROUGH THE ScyNet NETWORK
DOOR TRIGGER
RESERVED
HOOD/TRUNK TRIGGER
RESERVED
RESERVED
RESERVED
+12 VOLT POWER INTERRUPT ERROR
AUTOMATIC FAULTY ZONE ELIMINATION
IF WHILE ARMED, A FAULTY ZONE IS DETECTED AND THE ALARM IS TRIGGERED, THE SIREN WILL SOUND
AND THE LIGHTS WILL FLASH FOR 4 CYCLES OF 45 SECONDS DURATION EACH. TOTAL 4 MINUTES. AFTER
THESE 4 CYCLES, THE ALARM WILL AUTOMATICALLY RESET AND BYPASS THE DEFECTIVE ZONE. UPON
DISARMING THE ALARM SYSTEM, 3 CHIRPS AND 3 LIGHT FLASHES WILL INDICATE THAT THE ALARM HAS
BEEN TRIGGERED.
TRANSMITTER FUNCTIONS WITH DEFAULT SETTINGS
BUTTON #1 UPPER LEFT BUTTON (ARM WITH CHIRPS AND PRESS 3 SECONDS FOR PANIC)
BUTTON #2 UPPER RIGHT BUTTON (DISARM WITH CHIRPS AND PRESS ONE MORE TIME
FOR PASSENGER UNLOCK)
BUTTON #3 LOWER LEFT BUTTON (PRESS FOR 2 SECONDS FOR TRUNK RELEASE, AUX 1)
BUTTON #4 LOWER RIGHT BUTTON (PRESS FOR REMOTE START)
BUTTON #5 (FUNCTION BUTTON) SIDE RIGHT BUTTON
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G M PA S S L O C K I A N T I - T H E F T S Y S T E M
2-Way Convenience/Security System
Starter (YELLOW)
Ignition (PINK)
INSTALLATION
M A N U A L
Bulb test (BLACK)
Resistor or
trimpot
Yellow
Passlock wires
from lgnition switch
87
Cut
86
87a
87
85
86
87a
85
30
30
IN4001 diodes
Ground out (-) from remote starter
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Locate the 3 small wires running from the side of the ignition switch, they are (white, black and yellow), in some cases all 3 wires are
black. If so see the conversion at the bottom of the page.
Cut the YELLOW wire in half and strip back the black wire but do not cut it.
Turn the key to the ON position.
Use a digital volt meter to measure the resistance between the stripped BLACK wire and the Key side of the YELLOW wire.
Get a resistor or adjustable trimmer pot to match the resistance +/- 10 ohms.
The bulb test wire is located on the ignition switch in the same plug as the 2 red power wires.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a fuel cutoff system. If the car starts and immediately shuts down on remote start this indicates a PASSLOCK bypass
problem, verify all your wiring and make sure your resistor is within the allowable range.
IF YOUR PASSLOCK WIRES ARE ALL BLACK:
BLACK WHITE =
CENTER BLACK =
OUTER BLACK =
WHITE
BLACK
YELLOW
CAUTION!!!
This Security System must only be installed by a Qualified
Technician to ensure proper operation. If you are not familiar
with proper installation procedures, DO NOT continue with
the installation. Improper Installation could damage the
system or the vehicle in which it is installed and may also void
manufacturers' warranties.
Save this manual for future reference.
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PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL
BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE INSTALLATION!!!
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W i r i n g
G M PA S S L O C K I I S E C U R I T Y S Y S T E M
D i a g r a m
*Note: This output is also used to bypass (GM Passlock, PassKey, VATS and Transponder type immobilizes). This negative output will be active
when the unit is armed, when remote start is engaged and stayed engage until vehicle is tuned OFF.
Red/white
Orange/black
Yellow
Resistor or
trimpot
To ground when
running from
car starter (-)
87
87
86
87a
85
30
86
87a
85
30
To ground
To vehicle's
Ignition wire
1- OFF = diesel engines (10 sec.)
2- OFF = vacuum sense
3- OFF = increase crank time (1 sec.)
4- OFF = tach or spark plug sense
All GM trucks 1998 & up are equipped with PASSLOCK II security systems. In many ways it is like the PASSLOCK I system found on the 9697 Cavalier and Sunfire, but with a few small changes. There is no bulb test wire on the ignition switch and the measurement for your resistor
must be taken with the engine running.
1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Start the car with the key
Locate the 3 small wires (YELLOW, ORANGE/BLACK and RED/WHITE) coming from the ignition switch.
Separate the wires and cut the YELLOW wire in half.
Splice open the ORANGE/BLACK wire but do not cut it.
Use a digital ohm meter, attach 1 lead to the ORANGE/BLACK wire and the other lead to the Key side of the YELLOW wire.
Find a resistor of the same value +/- 10 ohms.
Wire 2 relays as shown
PLEASE NOTE: This is a fuel cut-off system. If the PASSLOCK II system is not properly bypassed the engine will immediately shut down after
remote start. If this occurs verity that all the wiring is properly connected and that your resistor is within the allowable parameters.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING:
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1.
R E M O T E P R O G R A M M I N G F E AT U R E S
ENGINE WILL NOT START:
A. Parking lights do not flash (no signal)
1 - No power on the red wire. Check for proper connection.
2 - Blown fuse. Replace with same value fuse.
To enter programming mode and access any feature change:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn ignition key to ON
Within 10 seconds press the valet switch 5 times. The siren will chirp. The system is now in program mode. Repeat step #1 if siren
doesn't chirp.
Press valet switch the same number of times as the feature number listed below. (Example: To change feature #2 press the valet switch
2 times. (Every time the switch is pressed the siren will chirp)
Press button I on the remote to turn ON the selected feature (siren will chirp once). Press & hold button II for 2 seconds to turn OFF
the selected feature (siren will chirp twice)
B. Parking lights flash, but engine will not run.
1 - Hood is open.
2 - Blue wire is grounded.
3 - Bad ground on vacuum switch.
4 - Ignition key is in "ON" position.
2.
ENGINE CRANKS BUT DOES NOT START:
1 - Poor connection on ignition wire (yellow 12 gauge).
2 - It may be necessary to energize a 2nd ignition wire.
3.
ENGINE STARTS & DIES AFTER 5 SECONDS:
1 - Smart sense cannot detect car running. Try connecting
tach wire (gray wire).
2 - Vehicle will not stay running with tach wire connected.
A - Dip Switch # 4 should be OFF.
B - Add a 100uF capacitor in-line with tach wire (gray wire)
3 - Vehicle might have PassKey, Passlock II, or Transponder
Anti-theft System. TRC also offers bypass modules
for these systems.
4.
ENGINE WILL NOT TURN OFF WITH REMOTE:
1 - Ignition key is on.
2 - RF interference problem or out-of-range
5.
ENGINE DOES NOT TURN OFF WITH KEY
1 - Control unit has been activated, press on brake
pedal to turn engine off.
6.
INSTRUMENT PANEL WILL NOT TURN ON
1 - Orange 12-gauge wire must be connected to dedicated
dash accessory wire.
Feature Location
I
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Passive Arming
Passive Lock
Auto Rearm
Chirp Confirmation
Single Pulse Unlock
0.7 Second Lock/Unlock Pulse
Ignition Lock/Unlock
Cold Start Disabled
Cold Start Every 2 Hours
Trunk release will not Disarm Alarm
Passive Chirp Disable
Arm Reports in 5 Second
Remote Starter 15 minutes Run Time
Lock Doors after Engine Starts
I
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Active Arming
Active Lock
Auto Rearm Disable
Silent Arm/Disarm
Double Pulse Unlock
3 seconds Lock/Unlock Pulse
Ignition Lock/Unlock Disable
Cold Start Enabled
Cold Start Every 1 Hour
Trunk release with Alarm Disarm
Passive Chirp Enabled
Arm Reports in 30 Seconds
Remote Starter 25 Minutes Run Time
Lock Disabled
Note: Program mode must be initiated for every feature change.
The ON settings (underlined) are the factory default setting.
Reset to Factory Default Setting: (all on)
1.
2.
Enter programming mode (follow previous steps 1 &2)
Press and hold button
I
for 2 seconds on the transmitter, siren will chirp 3 times and all programmable features will reset to
the ON position.
CODE LEARNING MODE
The control module can learn 2 transmitter codes. When the code learning procedure is initiated, all previously stored codes will be erased.
It is necessary to program all remotes at the same time.
TO ENTER CODE LEARNING:
1.
Turn ignition key ON-OFF, ON-OFF, ON and leave in ON position. Siren will chirp once.
2.
Press and hold the Valet switch for 5 seconds. The Siren will chirp 3 times and the LED will be ON steadily.
3.
Press button I on transmitter. The system will chirp to confirm a valid code has been accepted.
4.
Program the 2nd transmitter within 5 seconds by repeating step #3. The system will automatically exit the code learning mode.
5.
Turn ignition key OFF.
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T R A N S P O N D E R B Y PA S S
WIRING CHART
WARNING: AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION ONLY. DO NOT INSTALL ON STANDARD TRANSMISSION.
10-PIN HARNESS
Ignition
87
86
87a
Ground out (-)
(from remote starter)
85
30
There is a small chip in the ignition key called a transponder. When the key is inserted into the ignition switch it sends a
code to the vehicles computer through a receiver coil mounted to the barrel. Once the computer has identified it as a valid
key, it enables the starter and fuel management systems. At present, there is no way to get around this security without
sacrificing 1 of the vehicles keys and installing it under the dash as shown in our diagram. If the vehicle only has 2 keys and
1 can not be spared, a new key must be purchased and coded to the vehicle by the dealer. That key can then be used in
the bypass.
Use small 24-26 gauge wire. Wrap the wire around the up most front of the ignition switch approximately 9-10 times, then
extend the wire out about 12-15 inches and wrap it around the key about 9-10 times. Take both ends of the wire and
connect them to a relay as shown above.The GROUND OUT on pin #85 of the relay refers to the wire from your remote
starter that goes to ground when the starter is activated. Once this circuit is tested and working, the keyway should either be
cut in half or the key should be hidden well under the dash.
PA S S K E Y / VAT S S E C U R I T Y B Y PA S S
WHITE . . . . . . . .Parking light output (+) 10A Max. Connect to parking light wire of the vehicle.
RED . . . . . . . . . .12V(+) power Input. Connect directly to battery (+).
BROWN . . . . . . .12V(+) siren Output 2A Max. Connect to positive (+) side (RED) of siren.
BLACK . . . . . . . .Ground Input. Connect to the chassis of vehicle.
ORANGE . . . . . .Output (-) when armed and when running. Connect to starter kill relay and to vehicle immobilizer bypass
system. Use (2) 1Amp diodes to isolate these two wires.
GRAY . . . . . . . . .Tach Input. Connect to negative (-) side of coil, negative side of injector, or wrap around spark plug wire.
If this wire is connected, make sure dipswitch #4 is turned OFF.
GREEN . . . . . . . .Door trigger Input (-). Connect to negative (-) type door wire.
BLUE . . . . . . . . . .Hood switch Input (-). Connect to hood pin (-). Remote start will not activate when hood is opened.
VIOLET . . . . . . . .Door trigger Input (+). Connect to positive (+) type door wire.
YELLOW . . . . . . .Brake light Input (+). Connect to brake wire, which has 12V(+) when brake pedal is depressed.
HEAVY GAUGE WIRES
VIOLET . . . . . . . .Starter Output (+). Connect to vehicle starter wire.
ORANGE . . . . . .Accessory Output (+). Connect to vehicle accessory wire that powers the blower or the radio.
YELLOW . . . . . . .Ignition Output (+). Connect to true ignition. This wire must have power (+12V) when key is turned to
the ON and START positions.
BROWN . . . . . . .2nd ignition Output (+). Connect to vehicle 2nd ignition if required. Most new vehicles require a 2nd
Ignition energized in order to start and run properly.
RED (2) . . . . . . . .+12V power Inputs. Connect to positive side of the battery. These 2 wires supply power to the internal
relays to start the vehicle.
Note: Always verify your wires with a digital multimeter or a computer-safe tester.
MODULAR (PORT) CONNECTIONS
Port Color & Pin Count
White 4-Pin
To ignition
White 3-Pin
To ground out (-) from remote starter
87
87a
86
Red 3-Pin
85
30
Passkey wire
computer side
Passkey wire
key side
Cut
Blue 2-Pin
or
e
Yellow plastic tub
e
g
n
Oran ing colum
er
at ste
Resistor or trimpot
Red 2-Pin
White 2-Pin
White 5-Pin
Wire Color
Red = (+) 12 Volt
Blue = (–) Trigger
Black = (–) Ground
White = (–) Warning
Green = Lock (–) 250 mA Max*
Red = (+) (For Door Lock Module Only.)*
Blue = Unlock (–) 250 mA Max*
Green/Black = Ch.2 (–) Trunk Release 250 mA Max*
Red = Factory Disarm Output (–) 250 mA Max*
Yellow = Vacuum switch input
Black = (–) Ground
Red = (+) 2 Volt
Black = (–) Ground
Purple = (–) Mometary
White/Yellow = Horn out (–) 250 mA Max*
Red/Black = Domelight out (–) 250 mA Max*
Single Black cable
Function/Description
Dual Zone Shock Sensor port
Door Lock port
Accessory port
LED port
Valet/Override Switch port
Accessory port
Extended Range Receiver port
*WARNING: This is a low current output. Relay(s) required on most install.
This system uses a resistor in the key, use a digital volt meter set to ohms and put 1 lead on each side of the vats chip in the
center of the key, find a resistor to match your reading and proceed to wire a relay as per the diagram.
Locate the Orange or black tube running down the steering column from the ignition switch. Cut open the tube to expose
the passkey wires inside. Your resistor or trimpot should be within +/- 10 ohms of the key. Either of the passkey wires can
be cut. GM uses only a fixed number of different resistors with their PASSKEY/VATS system, your measurement should
correspond to one of the following values.
390
520
680
885
5
Ohms
Ohms
Ohms
Ohms
1.130 Ohms
1.470 Ohms
1.80 Ohms
2.370 Ohms
3.01 Ohms
3.740 Ohms
4.750 Ohms
6.04 Ohms
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7.50 Ohms
9.530 Ohms
11.8 Ohms
D I P S W I T C H P R O G R A M M A B L E F E AT U R E S
Switch No.
Function/Description
#1................................ON = gasoline engines. . . . . . . . . . . OFF = diesel engines (10 sec delay)
#2................................ON = smart sense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF = vacuum sense (requires optional Vacuum switch)
#3................................ON = crank time normal . . . . . . . . . OFF = increase crank time (1 sec.)
#4................................ON = tachless (smart sense) . . . . . . . OFF = tach or spark plug sense
NOTE: Underlined selections are the factory default settings.
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2-Way Convenience/Security System
O W N E R 'S
MANUAL
CAUTION!!!
This Security System must only be installed by a Qualified
Technician to ensure proper operation. If you are not familiar
with proper installation procedures, DO NOT continue with
the installation. Improper Installation could damage the
system or the vehicle in which it is installed and may also void
manufacturers' warranties.
Save this manual for future reference.
PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL
BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE INSTALLATION!!!
© 2000 T.R.C. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
This LCD remote alarm system represents the finest and latest technology available
to a vehicle owner. The convenience and security features that it embodies are
supported by the 2-way system that informs the user via the LCD display. The
additional piece of mind and the ability to obtain information regarding the status
of the vehicle makes this system the best choice for anyone purchasing a vehicle
convenience and security system.
90-CLCD
QUICK OVERVIEW OF ALARM FEATURES: [Note: some functions may require additional installation charge]
• One 3-button, 2-way FM LCD remote transmitter/pager. (Additional remotes can be purchased at additional cost)
• Up to 2000-ft FM Receiving/Transmitting Range
• Code learning control module (learns up to 2 remote codes)
• Starter disable output
• Parking light flash for visual confirmation of arm/disarm
• Domelight supervision output for interior illumination during disarm
• LED multi-function status indicator to inform user regarding system status and sensor triggering
• Emergency override/valet switch to allow user to override system completely
• Adjustable dual zone electronic shock sensor for warn-away and alarm triggering based on level of shock impact
• 125dB six tone siren provides distinctive audible signals
• 2-way audible and visible arm/disarm, pre-warn, and intrusion alert
• Open zone warning to alert user to problem with system function
• Defective zone bypass warning to allow continued protection of other zones
• Valet mode with full keyless entry operation for servicing and valet parking
• Panic mode with auto reset (by remote) for personal protection
• Permanent chirp delete on/off (programmable) for silent arm/disarm
• Passive/active arming (programmable) to suit user preference
• Automatic alarm re-arm (programmable) maintains protection mode
• Auxiliary Channel 2 output (trunk release, window roll-up, etc.) for additional convenience features as selected by user
• Car starter mode (auto shock sensor and ignition bypass) allows remote start operation in addition to alarm protection
• Door lock outputs (for keyless-entry and auto lock) for user entry and exit convenience
L I M I T E D L I F E T I M E WA R R A N T Y
Right Connection Electronics, Inc. (TRC) warrants the control module (Central Processing Unit) to be free from defects in
materials and workmanship to the owner of the vehicle in which the system was originally installed, for the lifetime of the
vehicle. This warranty is non-transferable. For the purpose of this warranty, transfer includes but is not limited to sale of
the vehicle or re-installation of the system in a different vehicle. All other components of the system such as siren and
shock sensors are warranted for one year from the date of purchase. The LCD remote transmitter has a one-year
warranty that does not include damage to the LCD screen from impact, excessive pressure or moisture, or any damage
to the extension antenna. Additional TRC security products have a 90-day warranty unless otherwise noted in writing
by TRC. Any damage as a result of abuse, misuse, accidents, improper installation, improper wiring, neglect,
unauthorized repair, modification or acts of God shall render the warranty null and void. If a part becomes defective
and is under warranty, TRC at its option will repair or replace the defective part(s) at no charge, except as set forth
below. TRC reserves the right to substitute products of equal or greater value in exchange for products that are
discontinued or outdated.
To obtain warranty repair or replacement as set forth above; the vehicle must be returned to the original installing dealer
or any authorized dealer for removal of the defective parts. The dealer will send the necessary parts to Right
Connection Electronics Inc., 22745 Old Canal Road, Yorba Linda CA 92887. All products sent in for warranty repair
or replacement must be accompanied by a photocopy of the original sales receipt or dated proof of purchase, and a
check or money order for $15.00 ($10.00 processing fee + $5.00 shipping charge). If proof of purchase is not
provided, the warranty period shall be for one year from manufacture date. TRC will repair or replace the system and
return it freight prepaid to the dealer. Please allow adequate time (4 to 6 weeks) for shipping and processing.
This warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of defective parts only. Therefore, TRC is not responsible for
removal and re-installation charges, shipping charges, theft of the vehicle or it's contents, damages either incidental or
consequential resulting from any malfunction or failure of the system. Under no circumstance is this warranty or the
product covered by this warranty to be construed as a guarantee against theft or loss of property. A security system is
intended to be a theft deterrent only.
• Auto lock/unlock through ignition key on/off (programmable) for user entry and exit convenience
• Passive lock output (programmable)
• Limited lifetime warranty
• Made in the USA
QUICK OVERVIEW OF REMOTE STARTER FEATURES: [Note: Some features may require additional labor
and /or parts. Consult your dealer for more information.]
•
•
•
•
•
1
Factory alarm disarm output to allow use in conjunction with factory installed system
Cold Start Mode to maintain engine temperature during especially cold periods
Stop and Go Mode
Compatible with Diesel Engines
Brake Pedal and Hood Pin switch safety shutdown inputs for greater user protection during operation
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STARTING THE ENGINE USING THE REMOTE TRANSMITTER
R E M O T E L C D D I S P L AY
DISPLAY
Arm & Lock Arrow
FUNCTION & SOUND
System Arm (1 beep)
Disarm & Unlock Arrow
System Disarm (2 beeps)
Flashing Hammer & Call
First Stage Shock Sensor
Warning (rapid beeps)
Ray, Hammer & Crack
DISPLAY
FUNCTION & SOUND
Trunk
Trunk release Activated
(6 fast beeps)
Trunk
Hood Violation (4 beeps)
Shock Sensor Trigger
To start the engine, press and hold button II for 3 seconds. Alarm may remained armed or disarmed when remote
starting. The system will respond as follows:
1. Siren will chirp 3 times.
2. Parking lights will illuminate and remain ON.
3. LED will flash quickly.
4. Doors will lock.
5. Starter will engage.
6. Your transmitter will emit a series of beeps; "Key and Fan turning" icon will appear on display if vehicle is started
successfully.
(6 short beeps follows by 2 beeps)
Disarm & Unlock
Arrow & Speaker
Key, O & Fan Turning
Disarm with Violation
(4 beeps)
LCD display with
all icons showing
Remote Starter
Initiating (1 beep)
To enter the vehicle while in Remote Start mode simply press button I on transmitter to unlock doors. Turn key to the
"ON" position, making sure not to go past "ON" to the "START" position, which will cause the starter to grind. Press
the brake pedal to shut down the remote start system.
STOPPING THE ENGINE USING THE REMOTE TRANSMITTER
Key, Exhaust &
Fan Turning
Successful Start
(8 fast beeps)
Key with Slash &
Fan Flash Twice
Engine Shutdown
(2 triple beeps)
Doors Open & Speaker
Door Violation
(6 short 3-beeps)
ARMING THE SYSTEM
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
arm your system, press button I on your remote transmitter. The system will respond as follows:
One siren chirp.
Parking lights will flash once.
Doors will lock (If not equipped, see your dealer about adding this feature.)
The starter circuit will be disabled.
Your transmitter will beep once with "Arm & Lock Arrow" icon shown on display.
LED will stay on for a brief moment and flash continuously when fully armed.
Open Zone Alert
If after 45 seconds the system responds with 4 siren chirps, the system is indicating that one of the protected zones (such
as an improperly closed door) is open or a sensor is malfunctioning. Once the system is armed, it will continuously
monitor the vehicle's entry points and shock sensor for any attempts to violate the vehicle.
Auto Reset
If a violation occurs, the system will respond by sounding the siren and alternately flashing the parking lights for
approximately one minute before the system resets itself and continues to monitor your vehicle for any further violations.
Defective Zone Bypass
If a defective zone is detected and triggers the alarm continually, the system will respond by activating the siren and
flashing the parking lights for 2 cycles of approximately 60 seconds each. After the 2nd cycle the alarm will
automatically reset and bypass the defective zone. Upon disarming, the system will respond with 3 chirps and 3
parking light flashes. This indicates the alarm has been triggered while you were away.
DISARMING THE SYSTEM
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disarm your system, press button I on your remote transmitter. The system will respond as follows:
Siren will chirp twice.
Parking lights will flash twice.
Doors will unlock.
Your transmitter will beep twice with "Disarm & Unlock Arrow" icon shown on display.
Your starter circuit will be enabled.
Intrusion Alert
Upon disarming the system, if the LED is flashing quickly and the system responds with 3 siren chirps and 3 parking
light flashes, this indicates that a violation was detected while the system was armed. Inspect the vehicle for any signs of
a break-in.
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stop the engine, press button II for 3 seconds. The system will respond as follows:
Engine will shut down.
Siren will chirp 6 times.
Parking lights will turn OFF.
STOP AND GO
This feature is very useful when leaving the vehicle for a short time without turning off the engine. While the engine
is running:
1. Depress the brake pedal and press button Ion the transmitter for 2 seconds.
2. Remove the key from the ignition and exit vehicle. The parking lights will remain on.
3. If you are leaving the vehicle, you may press button Ito arm and disarm the security system.
4. To disengage this feature, press the brake pedal with or without the key in the ignition.
C O L D S TA R T M O D E
This feature allows the vehicle to automatically start so that it may run in extreme cold weather conditions. It is
programmable to start every 1 or 2 hours (for the maximum of 24 hours.)
To activate this feature:
1. Depress the brake, press and hold the valet switch and button II on the transmitter simultaneously for 2 seconds.
2. Parking lights will flash 5 times.
3. Vehicle will start and run for 30 seconds to confirm the feature is engage.
4. To cancel this setting, start the engine with remote as usual with button I.
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PA N I C M O D E
System can be triggered to sound the siren, flash the parking lights to attract attention or scare off possible attackers.
To activate:
1. Press button Ion your remote for approximately 3 seconds.
2. Security System will go into Panic mode for approximately 60 seconds or until button Iis pressed again.
C H A N N E L 2 A C T I VAT I O N
Channel 2 is an output for Trunk Release or an optional accessory (See your dealer for adding this feature.)
To activate:
1. Press button II for 3 seconds.
2. Trunk Release or optional accessory will activate and a (Trunk Opening) icon will appear on your remote display.
VA L E T M O D E
If your are going to have your vehicle serviced, you will want to put your security system into valet mode. When the
system is in valet mode, it cannot be armed or remote started. the system will still function as a keyless entry system.
(Useful if your system has passive arming.)
To enter Valet Mode:
1. Disarm the security system if it is armed.
2. Turn ignition to ON position.
3. Within 10 seconds press & hold the valet/override switch for 5 seconds.
4. The LED will cone on solid.
To exit valet mode, repeat steps #2 and #3.
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EMERGENCY OVERRIDE OR LOST/NON-WORKING REMOTES
If your remote transmitters are lost or not working, you can manually disarm your system as follows:
1. Open the door with key. Alarm will sound.
2. Insert key to ignition and turn to ON position.
3. Press and hold the valet/override switch until siren stops sounding.
Note: This will disarm your system and automatically put it in Valet mode.
Note: If you notice a decrease in operating range from your transmitters, this may indicate that your battery is
becoming weak. Replace your battery as soon as possible.
CODE LEARNING
The control module is capable of learning 2 separate transmitter codes. When the Code Learning procedure is initiated,
all previously stored codes will be erased, so it is necessary to program both the remotes at the same time.
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Turn ignition key ON-OFF, ON-OFF, ON. The siren will chirp once.
Press and hold the Valet switch for 5 seconds. The siren will chirp 3 times and the LED will remain ON.
Press button I. The system will chirp to confirm a valid code has been learned.
Program the 2nd transmitter within 5 seconds by repeating step #3.
Turn ignition OFF.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Any or all of the following exciting accessories can be added to your security system. Consult your dealer for details
and pricing of additional parts and labor.
Window Roll Up Module (90-950)
The window roll up module will automatically roll up your vehicle's power windows whenever your security system is
armed. Your dealer can convert your manual roll up windows to power windows.
Battery Back Up Siren (90-810)
The battery back up siren will continue to sound and operate on its internal battery if someone attempts to defeat your
security system by disabling your vehicle's battery or your alarm system.
Single Zone Radar Sensor (90-020-204/90-020-504)
The single zone radar sensor creates an "invisible" field inside your vehicle to sense the presence of an intruder. This
accessory is excellent for protecting convertible top vehicles, and open or exposed spaces such as truck beds, etc.
Dual Zone Radar Sensor (90-022/90-025)
The dual zone radar sensor creates an "invisible" field inside your vehicle and another "invisible" perimeter field around
your vehicle. The perimeter field can be connected to the warn-away input of your security system to provide an audible
and visual warning to intruders as they approach your vehicle. The inner field can be connected to trigger your alarm if
the person ignores the "warning" and attempts to break into your vehicle.
Glass Breakage Sensor (90-001)
The glass breakage sensor detects any attempt to break the windows on your vehicle.
Motion Detector (90-008)
The motion detector will detect attempted jacking or towing of the vehicle and will trigger the alarm system.
P R O G R A M M A B L E F E AT U R E S
Your dealer will program the following features at the time of installation. Please consider your individual needs and
make your selections carefully! Once your security system is installed, any changes may require additional labor and/or
parts by your dealer. The underlined selections are the factory default settings.
System will automatically exit Code Learning Mode in 10 seconds if no button is press.
Ignition - Controlled Door Locks
• Your doors will automatically lock when the ignition is turned ON and unlock when the ignition turned OFF.
• Your doors will not lock or unlock when the ignition is turned ON or OFF.
Passive or Active arming
• Passive. Your security system will automatically ARM itself 30 seconds after the last door is closed or if no doors are open.
• Your system will only ARM with the remote transmitters.
Passive or Active Door Lock
• Passive locking. Your doors will automatically lock if your security system ARMS itself. (Passive arming must be selected)
• Active locking. Your door will only lock when you ARM your system with the remote transmitters.
Arm/Disarm Chirp Delete
• The security system will produce ARM and DISARM confirmation chirps.
• The system will not produce ARM and DISARM confirmation chirps.
LED Status Chart
Solid on
Valet Mode
2 flashes
Remote Start MODE
Fast flashing
Passive Arming Mode
3 flashes
Stop & Go Mode
Slow flashing
System Armed
4 flashes
Cold Start Mode
Auto Rearm
• The security system will automatically Rearm 30 seconds after disarming if doors are not opened.
• The system will not Rearm after disarming.
Disarm on Trunk Release
• The security system will remain Armed when activating the trunk release feature (channel 2).
• The system will DISARM when activating the trunk release feature (channel 2).
Remote Starter Door Locks
• The security system will lock the doors when remote start is activated.
• The system will not lock the doors when remote start is activated.
Cold Start Mode
• The Cold Start Mode is disabled.
• The Cold Start Mode is activated. This feature allows the vehicle to run in extreme cold weather conditions.
It is programmable to start every 1 or 2 hours (for a maximum of 24 hours.)
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Remote Starter Run Time
• This feature allows your vehicle to remain running for 15 minutes when remote start is activated.
• You may also have the selection of 25 minutes for run time.
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