Congratulations Important information

Congratulations
Congratulations on the purchase of your state-of-the-art remote start
and security system. Reading this Owner’s Guide prior to using your
system will help maximize the use of your system and its many features. For any additional questions please contact your authorized
AstroStart dealer.
Important information
Government Regulations and Safety information
Read the Government Regulations and Warning! Safety
First sections of this manual prior to operating this system.
Warning! Failure to heed this information can result in
death, personal injury or property damage and may also
result in the illegal use of the system beyond its intended
purpose.
Your Warranty
Your system comes with a warranty. The warranty terms are detailed at
the end of this guide. Make sure that you receive the proof of purchase
from your dealer, indicating the product was installed by an authorized AstroStart dealer.
Replacement remote controls
Please see your authorized dealer. Remote control part numbers are
found on the back of the device.
2-way communication
Throughout this guide, there are references to 2-way communication
and/or confirmation of commands via the 2-way remote control.
Please note that your system may not be equipped with a 2-way
remote control so such feedback will not apply. For example, under
“Lock” in the “Basic Commands (Direct Access)” section, the guide
states: “... Lock LED turns on with 1 beep.” Such references only
apply to systems with a 2-way remote control. If you would like to
upgrade to a 2-way remote control, please consult your authorized
Directed dealer. Additional parts and labor may apply.
Contents
Getting Started..................................................................................................... 4
Keys to using this manual....................................................................... 4
2625-TX 2-Way/2615-TX 1-Way Remote Control.................................................. 5
Antenna.............................................................................................................. 6
Using your System................................................................................................ 7
Commands and Confirmations............................................................... 7
Performing Commands.......................................................................... 7
Remote Control Command table............................................................. 8
Fault Condition Alerts............................................................................ 9
Basic Commands (Direct Access)......................................................................... 10
Lock/Arm.......................................................................................... 10
Unlock/Disarm................................................................................... 10
Remote Start....................................................................................... 11
Trunk................................................................................................. 11
Advanced Commands: (Level 1).......................................................................... 12
Utility 1............................................................................................. 12
Utility 2............................................................................................. 12
Runtime Remaining............................................................................. 12
Rear Defogger.................................................................................... 13
Advanced Commands: (Level 2).......................................................................... 14
Utility 3............................................................................................. 14
Utility 4............................................................................................. 14
Alarm Valet ....................................................................................... 14
Battery Check Level ............................................................................ 14
Advanced Commands: (Level 3).......................................................................... 15
Silent Lock......................................................................................... 15
Silent Unlock...................................................................................... 15
Low Temperature Mode***................................................................. 15
Advanced Commands: (Level 4).......................................................................... 16
Car finder.......................................................................................... 16
Timer Start Mode*.............................................................................. 16
Remote Control Configuration............................................................................. 17
Remote Programming.......................................................................... 17
Remote Pairing .................................................................................. 17
Remote Features ................................................................................ 18
Keypad Lock...................................................................................... 19
Page Mode ....................................................................................... 20
Car 2................................................................................................ 20
Remote Beep...................................................................................... 21
Alarm Features.................................................................................................. 22
Normal Arm Protection........................................................................ 22
Full Trigger......................................................................................... 22
Trigger Zone Fault Report.................................................................... 23
Alarm Report...................................................................................... 23
Nuisance Prevention (NPC).................................................................. 24
Remote Start Features......................................................................................... 25
Key Takeover..................................................................................... 25
Remote Start Safe-lock......................................................................... 25
Disabling Remote Start........................................................................ 25
Advanced Start.................................................................................. 26
Continuous Mode............................................................................... 27
Safety Sequence Mode........................................................................ 28
Turbo Timer Mode............................................................................... 29
Remote Start Faults.............................................................................. 29
Remote and System Operations........................................................................... 31
Passive Arming*................................................................................. 31
Auto Re-arming*................................................................................. 31
Valet Mode........................................................................................ 32
Power Save........................................................................................ 32
Rapid Resume.................................................................................... 32
Automatic Remote Updates.................................................................. 32
Out of Range..................................................................................... 33
No Remote Output.............................................................................. 33
Feature not Available.......................................................................... 33
Car Select.......................................................................................... 34
System Expansion Options.................................................................................. 35
Battery Information............................................................................................. 37
Low Battery........................................................................................ 37
Battery Life......................................................................................... 37
Battery Replacement............................................................................ 38
Battery Disposal................................................................................. 38
Patent Information.............................................................................................. 40
Government Regulations..................................................................................... 41
Warning! Safety First.......................................................................................... 43
Installation......................................................................................... 43
Remote Start Capable......................................................................... 43
Manual Transmission Vehicles.............................................................. 43
Interference........................................................................................ 45
Upgrades.......................................................................................... 45
Water/Heat Resistance....................................................................... 45
Limited Lifetime Warranty................................................................................... 46
Getting Started
Keys to using this manual
Specific actions (in bold type) and style conventions are used consistently throughout this manual, they are as follows:
•
•
•
•
•
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Press: implies pushing in and the remote will play the transmit
beep to send the command.
Hold: is used after Press actions. The remote will play a second
set of transmitter beeps to inform the user that the other sets of
command will be transmitted.
Italicized words denote section/sub headings in this guide and
can be located through the table of contents.
An asterisk (*) when used after a word or phrase denotes that
additional details can be found in related sections usually noted
at the bottom of the page or end of the section.
Confirmation LED’s are identified by the command/function button they are associated with.
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Feature
Description
Command buttons (4)
Used to perform arming, disarming, utility channel and
remote start commands
P button
Used to access function levels for commands, configuration
menus for programming, Car Selection, and to access other
advanced commands.
Confirmation LED’s*
Each button has an associated LED next to it that are active
during related operations. These LED’s are labeled respectively as:
Lock LED, Unlock LED, Remote Start LED and Trunk LED
*
At a Glance
2625-TX 2-Way/2615-TX 1-Way Remote Control
2-way communication is only applicable to the 2625-TX remote
control.
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Antenna
LED
Antenna
Button
The Antenna, typically located on the upper part of the front windshield sends and receives commands or messages to and from your
system. It consists of:
•
•
The Status LED, as a visual indicator of the system’s status.
The Antenna button, for placing the system into Valet Mode*.
* See “Valet Mode” on page 32 section for details.
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Using your System
Commands and Confirmations
Commands
Commands, Basic or Advanced, are used to activate system features
and are performed by pressing one of the Command buttons. Basic
commands control the most often used security and remote start features while Advanced commands control more specialized features
and request reports.
Confirmations for Basic or Advanced commands are indicated
first by horn/siren* and parking light flashes, and then by illuminated
LED’s and beeps or tones on the remote control. A description of each
feature confirmation is found in the following Basic command and
Advanced command sections. Both the 2625-TX 2-way remote and
2615-TX 1-way remote operate the same way, with the exception of
confirmations/alerts which is only applicable to the 2-way.
Performing Commands
Perform Basic commands by pressing a Command button (Confirmation LED’s are off).
Perform Advanced Commands by first accessing Levels 1-4 using the
button and then by pressing a Command button while within a
Level.
Advanced command example: Silent Lock
1. Press the
button once to access Function Level 3.
2. Press the button to perform the Silent Lock command.
3. The Lock LED illuminates to confirm when the Silent Lock message from the system is received.
* This feature must be installed by an authorized Directed dealer.
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Remote Control Command table
Level
Direct Access
Button
Arm/Lock
x1
x2
x3
x4
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 4
Utility 1
Utility 3
Silent Lock
Car Finder
Disarm/Unlock
Utility 2
Utility 4
Silent Unlock
Remote Start
Runtime
Alarm Valet
Low
Timer Start
Temperature
Mode
(Panic)
Remaining*
Mode
Trunk
Rear
Battery
Defogger
Level*
Advance Level,
Change Car
(1.5 sec), Enter
programming
(5 sec)
*Not available for 2615-TX remote control
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Fault Condition Alerts
If, when performing a command, a condition exists that does not allow activation of an Alarm feature* or Remote Start feature**, a fault
tone plays to alert of the fault condition.
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Commands
* Alarm feature not available when the system status is incorrect
upon receiving the command. (Example: Arming the car while
Alarm Valet is enabled).
Refer to the notes included in the following command descriptions
that address these faults or go to Feature not Available under the
“Remote and System Operations” on page 31 for details.
** Remote Start feature not available when the Remote Start status is
incorrect upon receiving the command. (Example: Remote Start
attempt while Safety Sequence mode was not complete).
Refer to the notes included in the command descriptions that address these faults or go to Remote Start Faults under the “Remote
Start Features” on page 25 for more details.
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Basic Commands (Direct Access)
Lock/Arm
Press and release
The alarm arms, doors lock (if connected), and the horn/siren sounds
and parking lights flash once. The Lock LED and beeps play to confirm. If Valet mode* is On, the doors lock and the Lock LED and a
fault tone plays. Exit Valet mode to arm the alarm normally (if system is
programmed with security features).
If a trigger zone fault is detected the horn/siren sounds once again
and the remote will emit a Trigger Zone Fault Report**, the Lock LED
and a fault tone plays. (Applicable only when alarm feature is installed.)
To Lock and Panic
Press and hold
The alarm Arms (or Locks in Valet) and, after three seconds,
sounds the horn/siren and flashes the parking lights. The confirmation LED’s flash and siren tones play to confirm. Press the or
button to stop the output.
Unlock/Disarm
Press and release
The alarm disarms (if installed), doors unlock (if connected), and the
horn/siren sounds and parking lights flash twice. The Unlock LED and
beeps play to confirm. If Valet mode* is On, the doors unlock and the
Unlock LED and fault tones play.
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If system is programmed with security features, an Alarm Report**
will replace the disarm output if the alarm was triggered; the siren will
chirp four times, and the Unlock LED and alarm triggered tones play
to alert of the report.
Remote Start
Press and release
Trunk
Press and release
The remote will generate a report status using the confirmation LED’s
and beeps once to display the system’s current status (Lock, Unlock,
Engine is running.)
Press and hold
The Trunk opens (if connected) when this button is pressed for 4 seconds. The Trunk LED and tones play to confirm.
*
See “Valet Mode” on page 32 for details.
** See “Trigger Zone Fault Report” on page 23 for details.
*** See “Remote Start Faults” on page 29 for details.
For Manual transmission vehicles see “Safety Sequence Mode” on page
28 for more details.
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Commands
Activates (or if On, deactivates) the remote starter. The engine and
parking lights turn On and the Remote start LED and On tones play,
or the engine and parking lights turn Off and the Remote start LED and
Off tones play to confirm. If a Remote start configuration issue prevents
the engine from starting, a fault tone plays while the parking lights
flash a Remote Start fault report*** to identify the fault.
Advanced Commands: (Level 1)
Press and release the
button one time first, before pressing one of
the following command buttons.
Utility 1
Press and release
Activates (or if On, deactivates) the Utility 1 output. The Lock LED and
On tones or Off tones play to confirm.
Utility 2
Press and release
Activates (or if On, deactivates) the Utility 2 output. The Unlock LED
and On tones or Off tones play to confirm.
Runtime Remaining
Press and release
Requests the remaining Remote start runtime and temporarily displays
it in 4 increments using the confirmation LED’s.
Example for 12 minute runtime:
• Three LED’s: six to nine minutes remaining (50 - 75% of time
selected).
• One LED: less than three minutes remaining (<25% of time selected).
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Rear Defogger
Press and release
Note
Remote Start must be active to use this feature.
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Commands
Activates the vehicle Defogger circuit (if connected) while Remote Start
is activated and the parking lights flash three times. The Remote start
LED and defogger melody play to confirm. For convenience, the Defogger circuit will also automatically activate 10 seconds after remote
starting if the temperature is below 55°F/13°C.
Advanced Commands: (Level 2)
Press and release the
button two times first, before pressing one of
the following command buttons.
Utility 3
Press and release
Activates (or if On, deactivates) the Utility 3 output. The Start LED and
On tones or Off tones play to confirm.
Utility 4
Press and release
Activates (or if On, deactivates) the Utility 4 output. The Trunk LED and
On tones or Off tones play to confirm.
Alarm Valet
Press and release
Enters (or if On, exits) Valet Mode. The antenna LED turns on and off
accordingly. The Unlock LED and Valet melody play (one for on, two
for off) to confirm.
Battery Check Level
Press and release
Displays the battery level of the remote.
Example:
3 LED’s: Less than 75% battery remaining
1 LED’s: Less than 25% battery remaining
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Advanced Commands: (Level 3)
Press and release the
button three times first, before pressing one
of the following command buttons.
Silent Lock
Press and release
Silent Unlock
Press and release
The alarm disarms, doors unlock (if connected), and the parking lights
flash twice. The Unlock LED turns on to confirm. The Silent Unlock
output may be replaced by the Alarm Report**
Low Temperature Mode***
Press and release
OR (
+
)
Activates (or if On, deactivates) Low Temperature Mode. The parking lights flash quickly five times for On and slowly five times for Off.
Remote Start and Trunk LED will flash 3 times to indicate Low Temperature Mode activation, and the LEDs will remain ON for 3 seconds to
indicate disactivation.
Note
System needs to be armed or Low Temperature Mode will
not start the engine.
*
See “Valet Mode” on page 32 for details.
** See “Alarm Report” on page 23 for details.
*** See “Advanced Start” on page 26 for details.
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Commands
The alarm arms, doors lock (if connected), and the parking lights flash
once. The Lock LED turns on to confirm. Valet mode* or Trigger Zone
Fault Report** messages may be received.
Advanced Commands: (Level 4)
Press and release the
button four times first, before pressing one of
the following command buttons.
Car finder
Press and release
OR (
+
)
The siren emits one long chirp and the parking lights flash for 10 seconds. The Lock and Unlock LEDs will flash alternately and Car finder
melody plays to confirm. The parking light flashes stop if armed or
disarmed while Car Finder is in progress.
Timer Start Mode*
Press and release
Activates (or if On, deactivates) Timer Start. The parking lights flash
quickly four times for On and slowly four times for Off. The Remote
Start LED and Trunk LED will flash alternately indicating the Timer Start
Mode being enabled, and upon disabling, the Remote Start and Trunk
LED will remain ON for 3 seconds to confirm.
Note
System needs to be armed or Timer Start will not start the
engine.
* This feature must be installed and turned on by an authorized Directed
dealer.
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Remote Control Configuration
The 2625-TX and 2615-TX remote controls have operations that can
be configured to a user’s personal preferences. The following instruction directs you through the available programming options for both
remote controls.
Remote Programming
To Enter Programming: Press and hold the
button for five seconds,
the remote emits one long beep and the Lock LED turns on while the
transmit LED flashes to indicate the Main Menu is accessed.
button once the Lock
Remote Pairing
The following instructions step you through the remote pairing operation of the 2625-TX 2-way or 2615-TX remote.
Transmitter Pairing Mode Procedure
1. Press and hold the transmitter
button until the remote beep
once and LOCK button will illuminate for up to 20 seconds.
2. The remote is now in pairing mode for a maximum of 20 seconds.
Vehicle Setup for Pairing
1. Open at least 1 vehicle door.
2. Turn Ignition ON.
3. Press and release, then press and hold the Antenna button
until the Antenna LED starts to flash. Release the button. The
system is now in pairing mode.
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Configurations
To Exit Programming: Press and release the
LED shuts off and plays Exit Menu melody.
4. Press the transmitter’s LOCK button. The horn/siren (if installed) will sound to indicate the system has learned the
remote ID. The 2-way transmitter will emit several tones to
confirm the pairing.
5. If pairing fails, the transmitter will play an error tone, yet
remains in pairing mode. Press the transmitter’s LOCK button
again to attempt another pairing.
Exit Pairing Mode:
Once pairing is completed, turn Ignition OFF. The horn/siren (if installed) will sound to confirm exiting.
Pairing will exit if:
• Step 2.4 is not completed within 60 seconds
• The doors are closed
• The ignition is turned off.
Remote Features
Enter programming to access the main menu as previously explained,
then press and release the
button to access the remote operation
features, the transmit LED remains ON and one long beep indicate the
remote features menu is accessed. Press the buttons indicated in the
following tables to set the feature option.
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2625-TX
The confirmation LED’s next to the button indicate the feature settings.
Feature
Button
Press
LED on
LED off
Keypad Lock
Auto
Off*
Remote Beeps
Beeps On*
Beeps Off
Page Mode
ON*
OFF
Car 2 Settings
Enabled
Disabled*
LED Flash
Auto
2615-TX
The 1-way remote will flash the transmit LED to indicate the setting.
Button
Press
1 beep/flash
2 beeps/flash
Remote Beeps
Beeps On*
Beeps Off
Keypad Lock
Auto
Off*
Car 2
Car 2 On
Car 2 Off*
Configurations
Feature
* Indicates default setting.
Keypad Lock
Options: Off*, Auto
When Off, the buttons do not lock and always perform a command
when pressed. When set to Auto, the remote buttons lock after a 10
second lapse between buttons presses to prevent unintentional operations. If a button is pressed when locked the a fault tone plays as an
alert. The 2615-TX emits the fault tone only.
To unlock the buttons, press and hold the
button. The transmit LED
turn On and tones play to confirm unlocking.
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Auto unlocking (2625-TX only)
After turning the ignition off, a message to the 2625-TX will unlock the keypad buttons until the next command is performed. If
Auto Unlocking is not desired this message can be turned off by
an authorized Directed Dealer.
Page Mode
Options: On*, OFF, Auto
Paging is how the 2625-TX remote monitors your system’s messages.
AUTO extends battery life by turning Paging Off after one minute if
the remote control is not used during this period. Just press any button
to resume system monitoring. When set to On it wakes up every few
seconds to listen for pages from the system. When set to Off it does
not wake up to receive alarm trigger pages.
Note: When Off, responses are still received when a command is
performed and when remote start has been activated but alarm trigger
pages will not be received.
Car 2
Options: Off*, On
The 2625-TX and 2615-TX remote controls can control two systems
independently. When set to Off, the Car Select feature is not available. When set to On the Car Select feature is enabled. See “Car
Select” (under Remote and System Operations) for detail on using a
remote with two systems.
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Remote Beep
Options: On*, Off
The 2625-TX emits a beep as confirmation of button presses and
command responses. When set to Off, beeps are not emitted for any
operations except programming.
For 2615-TX remote control, Off will mute all beeps except when
programming.
To save changes and exit the remote feature programming mode,
press the
button twice the Lock LED shuts off confirming exit and
plays a two-toned beep.
Configurations
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Alarm Features
Note
May require additional parts and installation
Normal Arm Protection
Antenna LED: The antenna LED flashes as a visual indicator that your
vehicle’s security system is active.
Starter Kill: The Failsafe starter kill relay prevents the engine from
starting.
Sensor triggers: The shock sensor can distinguish minor impacts from
major impacts to the vehicle exterior. Minor impacts causes the system
to emit a Warn-away output by chirping the siren and flashing the
parking lights for three seconds. Major impacts caused for example
by a forcible entry attempt, results in a Full Trigger output. The siren
sounds and the parking lights flash for 30 seconds or longer. Both
Warn-away and Full Triggers send a message to the remote control
(2625-TX only).
Point of entry triggers: Opening the hood or trunk causes a Full Trigger output, while opening a Door or turning on the Ignition causes the
siren to chirp three seconds before beginning the Full Trigger output.
This three second delay allows time to disarm and silence the siren in
case of accidental trigger. The Full Trigger message is still sent to the
remote (2625-TX only).
Full Trigger
An alarm Full Trigger will sound the siren and flash the parking lights
for 30 seconds while sending a Full Trigger message to the remote
control. The confirmation LED’s flash and siren tones play for 30 seconds.
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Trigger Zone Fault Report
When armed by remote command the system runs a status check of
the alarm trigger zones. Faulty zones (usually caused by dome light
delay or open trunk) are bypassed and reported via the antenna LED
and remote, while all other trigger zones remain active and are monitored to protect the vehicle. Should a faulty zone self correct (dome
light turns off) it becomes active and is then monitored normally.
The siren chirps once again a few seconds following the arming
chirps as an audible alert, the antenna LED flashes in groups to indicate the zone number.
Alarm Report
If the alarm was triggered while armed, it will be reported when the
alarm is disarmed via the remote control, siren chirps, parking light
and antenna LED flashes. The siren chirps four times the parking lights
flash three times, and the antenna LED flashes in groups to indicate the
last two zones that were triggered (see Table of Zones). The report output will repeat for each disarm operation until the ignition is turned on.
Feature Details
Table of Zones
Zone # (led flashes)
Zone Name
1
Trunk
2
Shock Sensor
3
Door
5
Ignition
6
Hood
* See “Nuisance Prevention (NPC)” on page 24 for more details.
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Nuisance Prevention (NPC)
NPC monitors all alarm zones and, if any are triggered excessively,
bypasses them until corrected. If a point of entry (trunk, hood, door)
is left open following a forced entry, it is bypassed. It becomes active
again only after being closed.
Bypassed sensors automatically reset after one hour and after the vehicle is driven. Disarming then re-arming the alarm does not reset
bypassed sensors.
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Remote Start Features
Key Takeover
When you are ready to drive
The system keeps the engine running until the vehicle is ready to be
driven. To perform Key Takeover:
1. Disarm the system and enter the vehicle, do not step on the foot
brake.
2. Insert the key, turn it to the run position, and then step on the foot
brake, the remote start then turns off.
3. The parking lights turn off to indicate remote start is off, and then
after a few seconds the remote plays the Remote Start Off message.
4. The vehicle is ready to drive.
Note: Some Push-to-Start vehicles will not allow the Key Takeover feature, see your authorized AstroStart Dealer.
Remote start safe-lock makes sure the doors are locked while the engine is running and after, even if they are unlocked when remote start
is activated. Door locks may require additional parts and labor.
Disabling Remote Start
Remote start can be disabled by moving the Toggle Switch to the Off
position. If remote start is attempted while Off, the engine will not start.
(See Remote Start Fault under Remote Start Features) move the switch
back to the On position to resume normal operation.
Note: Please ask your installer for the toggle switch location.
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Feature Details
Remote Start Safe-lock
Advanced Start
The Advanced start features; Timer Start and Low Temperature Mode
will automatically start the engine to maintain battery charge or combat extreme cold when parked for an extended period of time.
Precautions for the Advanced Start features:
• Park the vehicle in a well ventilated area away from windows
and doors that lead into inhabited spaces.
• Arm and Lock the vehicle, the engine will not start unless the
doors are locked.
• Only one Advanced start feature can be enabled at any given
time.
• Low Temperature Mode requires an accessory to monitor the temperature (ACC TEMP-101, sold separately - see your authorized
AstroStart Dealer)
• For manual transmission vehicles Safety Sequence mode must
be enabled before Timer Start or Low Temperature Mode can
be activated.
• Timer Start or Low Temperature Mode automatically exits when
the vehicle is disarmed.
Timer Start Mode operation
Activation begins a countdown timer as set by the installer. When
the timer expires the engine starts and the Remote Start On message is sent to the remote control. When the Remote start runtime
expires the engine shuts off, the Remote Start Off message is sent
to the remote control and the countdown timer restarts. This will
repeat as many times as set by the installer. Timer Start is exited
after the final start.
Note: The countdown and repeat time can be configured by
your authorized AstroStart dealer.
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Low Temperature Mode operation
Low Temperature Mode uses the settings for Timer Start Mode in
addition to temperature and battery level to automatically start
the engine. Activation begins the countdown timer. When the
timer expires the vehicle interior temperature and battery level is
checked and, if the Temperature is above 100°F/38°C, below
0°F/-18°C, or the battery level is below 10.5V, the engine will
start and the Remote Start On message will be sent to the remote
controls. When the Remote start runtime expires the engine shuts
off, the Remote Start Off message is sent to the remote control
and the countdown timer restarts. Low Temperature Mode is exited after the final start.
Note
The temperature and battery thresholds can be changed by
an authorized Directed dealer if a higher or lower threshold
is desired.
Continuous Mode
The system keeps the engine running during short trips into the house
or convenience store. To perform Continuous Mode:
1. With the engine running, set the parking brake and release the
foot brake.
2. Press the
button, the parking lights will turn on and the Remote start LED and On tones play on the remote control.
3. Turn the key to off, and remove it from the ignition, the engine
continues running for the programmed runtime.
4. Exit the vehicle and arm the alarm.
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Feature Details
To exit vehicle with engine running
Note
For Continuous Mode on manual transmission vehicles follow the directions in the Safety Sequence Mode section
with the door open.
Safety Sequence Mode
When installed into a manual transmission vehicle, the system requires
that the Safety Sequence mode is properly set when parking. If Safety
Sequence mode is not properly set or is defeated after being properly
set the system will not start the engine.
1. With the engine running, press the foot brake then set the parking brake and leave the engine running. For Continuous Mode
or Turbo Timer mode (to leave the engine running after arming),
open the driver door.
2. Release the foot brake. As long as the engine is running there is
no time limit to perform this step.
3. Within 20 seconds of foot brake release, press any command
button on the remote, after 20 seconds return to Step 2 (For Turbo
Timer Mode, send the Timer Start command.
4. The parking lights flash 5 times to confirm Safety Sequence mode
enable and the remote start activates the ignition outputs. The
Remote Start LED and On tones play to confirm.
5. Turn Off and remove the key from the ignition switch, the engine
remains running.
6. Exit the vehicle, close all the doors and arm the system.
7. The engine turns off and after a few seconds, the Remote Start
LED and Off tones play to confirm. If the door is opened in Step
3 then the engine continues to run.
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Turbo Timer Mode
The system keeps the engine running for the Turbo Timer runtime and
can be activated by remote control.
1. With the engine running, set the parking brake.
2. Perform the Timer Mode command (for manual transmission vehicles see previous Safety Sequence mode section).
3. The parking lights turn on and the remote start activates the ignition outputs. The Remote Start LED and On tones play to confirm.
4. Turn Off and remove the key from the ignition switch, the engine
remains running.
5. Exit the vehicle, close all the doors and arm the system.
6. The engine runs for the Turbo Mode runtime.
Note
Turbo Timer must be turned on by an authorized Directed
dealer.
Feature Details
For Turbo Timer mode on manual transmission vehicles follow the directions in the Safety Sequence Mode section
with the door open and in step 3 send the Timer Start Mode
command from the remote control.
Remote Start Faults
For user safety, the system must be properly configured or remote start
will not activate. The Remote Start Fault output (
LED flashes 4
times and 4 short fault tone) may be caused by any of several configuration issues. If the remote start fails to activate, refer to the following
table for the command type and parking light flashes that will identify
the configuration issue and solution.
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Flashes *
Possible Fault
Solution
5
Brake on
Release foot brake
6
Hood open
Close hood
7
After performing Remote Start
command - Safety Sequence not
enabled
Enable Safety Sequence mode
After performing Timer Start or
Low Temperature Mode command
Check all Solutions
8
Toggle Switch off
Turn switch on
None
Alarm is triggered
Disarm or reset alarm
* Refers to the number of parking light flashes.
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Remote and System Operations
Passive Arming*
Park and exit the vehicle, after the doors are closed the Passive arming countdown begins. The led flashes quickly and upon reaching 20
seconds the siren then chirps once. At 30 seconds the system arms
itself.
Anytime before the system arms you can re-enter the vehicle or
open the trunk to load or unload items and, after closing passive arming resumes.
To stay secure in case of accidental disarming of the system, if
a door is not opened within 30 seconds the system re-arms itself and
locks the doors.
Auto Re-arming*
* These features must be turned on by an authorized Directed dealer.
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Feature Details
Auto re-arm ensures the vehicle stays protected if it is not entered after
disarming by remote control. After disarming by remote, the alarm
automatically re-arms itself (and locks the doors if programmed on) in
30 seconds. Open any point of entry to stop the re-arm until the next
disarm by remote.
Valet Mode
Valet mode can be entered and exited by performing the Remote Valet
command or manually using the vehicle key and the control button.
When entered, the alarm functions are defeated while the convenience features still operate normally.
Arm and Disarm commands lock and unlock the doors. The 2625-TX
emits the Arm in Valet and Disarm in Valet output as described for Lock
and Unlock in the Basic Commands section.
Use
1.
2.
3.
the following steps to manually enter and exit Valet Mode:
Turn the ignition switch On and then Off
Immediately press and release the control button once
The antenna LED turns On when entering and Off when exiting.
Power Save
To reduce power consumption the antenna LED modifies its output if
the vehicle is parked for an extended period. If Armed the flashing is
reduced after 24 hours. When Valet mode is On the LED will turn off
1 hour and will reset each time the ignition is turned off.
Rapid Resume
If power is ever disconnected by a mechanic or thief, the system will
resume the state it was in at the time of disconnection, when power
is reconnected.
Automatic Remote Updates
The system sends a silent message to all remote controls after any
major action has occurred. When the remote receives this message it
updates the Arm status.
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Out of Range
Each time a command is performed the 2625-TX will expect a command confirmation from the system. If a command confirmation is not
received the transmit LED’s flash and a soft beep plays as an alert.
No Remote Output
Occasionally when a command is performed the remote may not
generate a command confirmation output or Out of Range output.
This indicates that the system received the command but it was an
incomplete command (e.g. Trunk button pressed too short to activate
the trunk release) or it was an illegal message (e.g. the command was
corrupted due to local RF interference). These are temporal nuances
of the system and remote, perform the command again within 10
seconds to return to normal operation.
Feature not Available
The Feature Not Available output (short fault tone) is a generic tone
which varies in cause and solution depending upon the command
used:
Command
Rear Defogger
Cause
Remote Start is Off.
Not configured for
this.
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Reason/Solution
Only available when Remote Start is On.
Only available when configured for Rear
Defogger control.
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Car Select
Car 2 must first be turned On (See Remote Control Configuration section to turn on).
1. Press and hold the
button for 1.5 seconds. The remote turns
On Lock LED for Car 1 while Lock and Unlock for car 2 and
beeps once or twice to indicate the selected Car is 1 or 2.
2. Release the
button for Car Select (there is a 4 seconds window to do the next step).
3. Press and release the
button while the LED and beeps
continue to perform Car Select. Once the car is selected a
command can be performed by pressing one of the command
buttons.
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System Expansion Options
Controlling two vehicles (Car Select)
The 2625-TX and 2615-TX remotes can control systems in two different vehicles saving the need for multiple remote controls. This feature
also allows for customized system configurations on each vehicle that
has more than one driver. See Owner Recognition following for details.
Owner recognition
The system can be configured to recognize the remote used when
disarming and change selected features to match the remote users
preferences. Memory seat adjustment, siren chirps, passive arming,
remote button auto unlocking, alarm output duration can all be custom
set for each remote user at the time of installation.
Alarm output duration
The length of time the siren sounds can be adjusted from 1 to 180
seconds at the time of installation.
Arming and Warn-away chirp control
The system Arm, Disarm and Sensor Warn-away chirps can be configured for those that prefer a custom silent alarm operation.
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Feature Details
Comfort closure
Comfort Closure emulates turning the key in the door cylinder or holding the lock button of an OEM keyless entry. It will automatically close
the windows and sunroof on vehicles with this type of OEM convenience feature.
Driver door priority unlocking
The door unlocking operation can be configured to emulate an OEM
style of driver priority unlocking for added security during disarming.
Utility Channels
The utility channel outputs of this system can activate many of the
convenience features found in today’s vehicles. The system installer
can clarify if any of the following listed features are compatible with
your vehicle.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Trunk Release
Windows open/close
Left Sliding door open/close
Right Sliding door open/close
Rear Hatch open/close
Sunroof open/close
Audio System
Headlights
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Battery Information
The 2625-TX remote is powered by 2 batteries (CR-2016) and the
2615-TX remote by 1 battery (CR-2032) that can be purchased at
most retailers. When the battery begins to weaken, the operating
range will be reduced. The information and precautions in this section
can help maximize your battery’s life and usage in providing your
2625-TX and 2615-TX remote controls with many years of trouble
free operation.
Low Battery
After a command is performed the 2625-TX and 2615-TX remote
controls check their battery level and, when the level requires attention, will begin generating alerts. Once the alerts begin, the remote
controls will remain operational for several days but the battery/batteries should be replaced at the earliest opportunity or failure to control
the system may occur.
Battery Life
The 2625-TX remote control has many features that make it one of the
most unique remote controls on the market today. The default feature
settings provide for excellent battery life. However, to maximize this
battery life, the following suggestions will help:
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Battery
Low Battery Alerts
When disarming the system using a remote with a low battery
the siren will emit one additional chirp as an alert. If confirmation
chirps are programmed off, the system will still emit one chirp as
an alert when disarming. After performing a command, several
beeps play on the 2625-TX remote to indicate the battery/batteries need replacing.
•
•
Turn Paging off: The remote will not wake up to check for messages with Paging off in the Setup Remote menu. Caution! The
remote will not receive trigger messages from the system.
Turn Beeps off: The Button beeps can be turned off in the Setup
Remote menu. The command beeps still play normally.
Battery Replacement
2625-TX 2-way remote control
1. Unscrew the hardware on unit rear and remove the metal frame
from housing. Pry open the housing, this releases all parts of the
assembly.
2. Gently slide out the used battery to remove it from the holding
clip. Orient the new battery for the correct polarity and insert
into holding clip.
3. Reassemble unit and secure with hardware.
2615-TX 1-way remote control
1. If present, remove the small screw on the back of the remote.
2. Use a small flat blade screwdriver and insert it into the slot located along the bottom of the remote, near the key ring. Carefully
pry open the case.
3. Gently slide out the used battery to remove it from the holding
clip. Orient the new battery for the correct polarity and insert
into holding clip.
4. Reposition case parts, and snap together by pressing firmly and
evenly on the front and back. Reinstall screw (if applicable).
Battery Disposal
Directed cares about the environment. If you need to dispose of the battery, please do so in accordance with your
municipal requirements for battery disposal.
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Glossary of Terms
Document Terminology
The “brain” of your system. Usually hidden underneath the
dash area of the vehicle. It houses the microprocessor which
monitors your vehicle and controls all of the system’s functions.
2625-TX (2-way Remote Control)
A hand-held, remote control which operates the various functions of your system and receives messages and pages from
the system.
2615-TX (1-way Remote Control)
A hand-held, remote control which operates the various functions of your system but does not provide message display..
Antenna
The antenna contains the system’s radio-frequency antenna,
the antenna button, and the Antenna LED. For maximum remote-control range, the antenna is usually located at the top of
the windshield, centered near the rear-view mirror.
Antenna LED
A light used to indicate the status of your system. It is located
on your system’s Antenna.
Antenna Button
A small push button located on your system’s antenna. It is
used to override (disarm) the alarm when a remote is not available or to enter or exit Valet Mode.
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Battery
Control Module
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Patent Information
This product is covered by one or more of the following United States
patents:
Remote Start Patents:
5,349,931; 5,872,519; 5,914,667; 5,952,933; 5,945,936;
5,990,786; 6,028,372; 6,467,448; 6,561,151; 7,191,053;
7,483,783
Vehicle Security Patents:
5,467,070; 5,532,670; 5,534,845; 5,563,576; 5,646,591;
5,650,774; 5,673,017; 5,712,638; 5,872,519; 5,914,667;
5,952,933; 5,945,936; 5,990,786; 6,028,505; 6,452,484
Other patents pending.
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Government Regulations
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesirable operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television,
which can be determined by turning the equipment OFF and ON, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
•
•
•
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help.
Remote Controls
To satisfy FCC RF exposure compliance requirements, this device should be
used in hand-held, hand operated configurations only. The device and its antenna must maintain a separation distance of 20 cm or more from the person’s
body, except for the hand and wrists, to satisfy RF exposure compliance. This
device is designed to be used in a person’s hands and its operating configurations do not support normal transmissions while it is carried in pockets or
holsters next to a person’s body.
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Control Center
To satisfy FCC RF exposure compliance requirements, the device and its antenna must maintain a separation distance of 20 cm or more from the person’s
body, except for the hand and wrists, to satisfy RF exposure compliance.
This device complies with the Industry Canada Radio Standards Specification
RSS 210. Its use is authorized only on a no-interference, no-protection basis;
in other words, this device must not be used if it is determined that it causes
harmful interference to services authorized by IC. In addition, the user of this
device must accept any radio interference that may be received, even if this
interference could affect the operation of the device.
WARNING! Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this device.
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Warning! Safety First
Please read the safety warnings below before proceeding. Improper
use of the product may be dangerous or illegal.
Installation
Due to the complexity of this system, installation of this product must only be
performed by an authorized AstroStart dealer.
Remote Start Capable
When properly installed, this system can start the vehicle via a command
signal from the remote control transmitter. Therefore, never operate the system
in an enclosed area or partially enclosed area without ventilation (such as a
garage). When parking in an enclosed or partially enclosed area or when
having the vehicle serviced, the remote start system must be disabled using the
installed menu wheel. It is the user’s sole responsibility to properly handle and
keep out of reach from children all remote control transmitters to assure that the
system does not unintentionally remote start the vehicle. THE USER MUST INSTALL A CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR IN OR ABOUT THE LIVING AREA
ADJACENT TO THE VEHICLE. ALL DOORS LEADING FROM ADJACENT LIVING AREAS TO THE ENCLOSED OR PARTIALLY ENCLOSED VEHICLE STORAGE AREA MUST AT ALL TIMES REMAIN CLOSED. These precautions are the
sole responsibility of the user.
Manual Transmission Vehicles
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Safety
Remote starters on manual transmission vehicles operate differently than
those with automatic transmission because you must leave your car in neutral.
You must read this Owner’s Guide to familiarize yourself with the proper procedures regarding manual transmission remote starters. If you have any questions,
ask your authorized AstroStart dealer.
Before remote starting a manual transmission vehicle, be sure to:
• Leave the vehicle in neutral and be sure no one is standing in front or
behind the vehicle.
• Only remote start on a flat surface
• Have the parking brake fully engaged
WARNING! It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure the parking/emergency brake properly functions. Failure to do so can result in personal injury or
property damage. We recommend the owner have the parking / emergency
brake system inspected and adjusted by a qualified automotive shop biannually.
Use of this product in a manner contrary to its intended mode of operation may
result in property damage, personal injury, or death. (1) Never remotely start
the vehicle with the vehicle in gear, and (2) Never remotely start the vehicle
with the keys in the ignition. The user must also have the neutral safety feature
of the vehicle periodically checked, wherein the vehicle must not remotely start
while the car is in gear. This testing should be performed by an authorized
AstroStart dealer in accordance with the Safety Check outlined in the product
installation guide. If the vehicle starts in gear, cease remote start operation immediately and consult with the authorized AstroStart dealer to fix the problem.
After the remote start module has been installed, contact your authorized dealer
to have him or her test the remote start module by performing the Safety Check
outlined in the product installation guide. If the vehicle starts when performing
the Neutral Safety Shutdown Circuit test, the remote start unit has not been
properly installed. The remote start module must be removed or the installer
must properly reinstall the remote start system so that the vehicle does not start
in gear. All installations must be performed by an authorized AstroStart dealer.
OPERATION OF THE REMOTE START MODULE IF THE VEHICLE STARTS IN
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GEAR IS CONTRARY TO ITS INTENDED MODE OF OPERATION. OPERATING THE REMOTE START SYSTEM UNDER THESE CONDITIONS MAY
RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE OR PERSONAL INJURY. YOU MUST IMMEDIATELY CEASE THE USE OF THE UNIT AND SEEK THE ASSISTANCE OF
AN AUTHORIZED AstroStart DEALER TO REPAIR OR DISCONNECT THE INSTALLED REMOTE START MODULE. DIRECTED WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE OR PAY FOR INSTALLATION OR REINSTALLATION COSTS.
This product is designed for fuel injected vehicles only. Use of this
product in a standard transmission vehicle must be in strict accordance
with this guide.
This product should not be installed in any convertible vehicles, soft or
hard top with a manual transmission. Installation in such vehicles may
pose certain risk.
Interference
All radio devices are subject to interference which could affect proper
performance.
Upgrades
Any upgrades to this product must be performed by an authorized
AstroStart dealer. Do not attempt to perform any unauthorized modifications to this product.
This product is not designed to be water and/or heat-resistant. Please
take care to keep this product dry and away from heat sources. Any
damage from water or heat will void the warranty.
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Safety
Water/Heat Resistance
Limited Lifetime Warranty
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY ON REMOTE CONTROL STARTER MODULE TWO (2)
YEARS WARRANTY ON THE RECEIVER AND THE TRANSMITTERS TWO (2) YEARS
WARRANTY ON THE ACCESSORIES
ASTROSTART® REMOTE CONTROL STARTERS (MODULE)
Directed Electronics Canada, Inc., manufacturer of AstroStart remote control starters
(the Product), warrants to the original end-user purchaser that the main control module
(Module) shall be free of defects in materials and/or workmanship for a limited lifetime
provided the original end-user purchaser continuously owns the vehicle the Product was
originally installed in and the Product remains continually installed in the vehicle during
the warranty period. In accordance with the terms of this limited warranty, Directed
Electronics Canada, Inc., at its expense (subject to exceptions stipulated thereinafter) shall
repair or replace the Product which is proven defective.
ASTROSTART® RECEIVER & TRANSMITTERS – (COMPONENT)
Directed Electronics Canada, Inc. warrants to the original end-user purchaser that any
AstroStart Receiver or Transmitter (Component) part provided contemporaneously with
the main Product (Module) shall be free of defects in materials and/or workmanship
for a period of two (2) years from the date of purchase, provided the original end-user
purchaser owns the vehicle that the main Product (Module) the Component was provided
for, remains continually installed in the vehicle. In accordance with the terms of this warranty, Directed Electronics Canada, Inc., at its expense, shall repair or replace (subject to
exceptions stipulated thereinafter) the Components which are proven defective.
ASTROSTART® ACCESSORIES – (ANY OTHER ELECTRONIC MODULE)
Directed Electronics Canada, Inc. warrants to the original end-user purchaser that any
AstroStart Accessory part installed contemporaneously with the main Product (Module)
shall be free of defects in materials and/or workmanship for a period of two (2) years
from the date of purchase provided the original end-user purchaser owns the vehicle the
Accessory was originally installed in and the Accessory remains continually installed in
the vehicle. In accordance with the terms of this warranty, Directed Electronics Canada,
Inc., at its expense, shall repair or replace (subject to exceptions stipulated thereinafter)
the Accessory which are proven defective.
WARRANTY LIMITATIONS
•
The warranty period begins on the date the Module, Component or Accessory was
purchased. In the event the date of purchase cannot be verified by the purchase
invoice, the manufacturer’s date indicated on the Product, Component or Accessory
covered by this warranty shall be the date the warranty period begins.
•
Installation or service of any Module, Accessory or Component covered by any
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of the Directed Electronics Canada, Inc. warranties, must be performed by an
authorized Directed Electronics Canada, Inc. technician.
WARRANTY IS VOID IF
•
The main control Module or Accessory (excluding accessories that require the insertion of a key, example; Cut II) are opened.
•
The manufacturing date sticker is removed or damaged.
•
The Product (i) is defective or has been damaged due to accident, neglect, fire,
misuse, flood, lightning, shipping and handling, or any other condition beyond the
control of Directed Electronics Canada, Inc., (ii) has been altered in any way, (iii)
has been installed or repaired by anyone other than an authorized technician, or
(iv) has been installed or used in an inappropriate manner.
WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER
•
Any damage to the unit caused by the removal, installation or maintenance of the
Product, Accessory or Component, any labour cost for the removal, reinstallation
or maintenance of the Product, Accessory or Component, shipment of the defective
Product, Accessory or Component to Directed Electronics Canada, Inc., return of
the repaired or replaced Product, Accessory or Component.
•
Wires, cables or switches.
•
Batteries.
•
Remote transmitter cases or the rubber button membrane from wear or damaged
in use.
OWNER’S RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ALL WARRANTY RETURNS
**For all problems, the customer is asked to present themselves to an authorized Directed
Electronics Canada, Inc. dealer with the following**
A clear copy of the sales receipt, of the Product, Accessory or Component showing all
the following:
•
Date of purchase
•
Customer’s full name and address
•
The authorized dealer’s company name and address.
•
The type of product installed.
•
The year, make, model and color of the vehicle.
•
The vehicle license number and/or the vehicle identification number.
WARRANTY TEXT:
ASTROSTART SECURITY SYSTEMS ARE DETERRENTS AGAINST POSSIBLE THEFT.
DIRECTED ELECTRONICS CANADA, INC. IS NOT OFFERING A GUARANTEE OR
INSURANCE AGAINST VANDALISM, DAMAGE OR THEFT OF THE VEHICLE, ITS PARTS
OR CONTENTS; AND HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY LIABILITY WHATSOEVER,
INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, LIABILITY OF THEFT, DAMAGE AND/OR
VANDALISM. DIRECTED ELECTRONICS CANADA, INC. DOES NOT AUTHORIZE
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ANY PERSON TO CREATE FOR IT ANY OTHER OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY IN
CONNECTION WITH THIS SECURITY SYSTEM.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, WHETHER
ORAL, WRITTEN, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT ALLOWED BY
LAW, ALL WARRANTIES,INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO EXPRESS WARRANTY,
IMPLIED WARRANTY, WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR
PURPOSE AND WARRANTY OF NONINFRINGEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY,
ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED, AND DIRECTED ELECTRONICS CANADA, INC. NEITHER
ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES ANY PERSON OR ENTITY TO ASSUME FOR IT ANY
DUTY, OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH ITS PRODUCTS. DIRECTED
ELECTRONICS CANADA, INC. DISCLAIMS AND HAS ABSOLUTELY NO LIABILITY FOR
ANY AND ALL ACTS OF THIRD PARTIES INCLUDING ITS AUTHORIZED DEALERS OR
INSTALLERS. DIRECTED ELECTRONICS CANADA, INC.’S WARRANTY OBLIGATIONS
AND PURCHASER’S REMEDIES HEREUNDER ARE SOLELY AND EXCLUSIVELY AS
STATED HEREIN.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER ANY LABOUR COSTS FOR MAINTENANCE,
REMOVAL OR REINSTALLATION OF THE UNIT OR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
OF ANY KIND IN THIS RESPECT. IN THE EVENT OF A CLAIM OR A DISPUTE
INVOLVING DIRECTED ELECTRONICS CANADA, INC. OR ITS SUBSIDIARY; THE
PROPER VENUE SHALL BE IN THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. QUEBEC PROVINCIAL
LAWS AND APPLICABLE CANADIAN FEDERAL LAWS SHALL APPLY AND GOVERN
THE DISPUTE. THE MAXIMUM RECOVERY UNDER ANY CLAIM AGAINST DIRECTED
ELECTRONICS CANADA, INC. SHALL BE STRICTLY LIMITED TO THE AUTHORIZED
DIRECTED ELECTRONICS CANADA, INC. DEALER’S PURCHASE PRICE OF THE
UNIT. DIRECTED ELECTRONICS CANADA, INC. SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE
FOR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, DAMAGES FOR THE
LOSS OF TIME, LOSS OF EARNINGS, COMMERCIAL LOSS, LOSS OF ECONOMIC
OPPORTUNITY AND THE LIKE. THE WARRANTY FROM DIRECTED ELECTRONICS
CANADA, INC. SOLELY AND EXCLUSIVELY APPLIES TO THE PRODUCT ITSELF. A CLAIM
SETTLEMENT DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF LIABILITY
FROM DIRECTED ELECTRONICS CANADA, INC. OR ANY OF ITS AUTHORIZED
DEALERS OR INSTALLERS.
Some states or provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. Similar
exclusions or limitations, including those as to non-assignment, may be applicable in
some Canadian provinces. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also
have other rights which vary from state to state or province to province.
This warranty contains the entire agreement relating to warranty and supersedes all previous and contemporaneous representations or understandings, whether written, implied
or oral.
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