Code Alarm CA-630 Installation Instructions Manual

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CA-630
Installation
Instructions
PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION
STRONGLY RECOMMENDED
Installation Precautions:
Roll down window to avoid locking
keys in vehicle during installation
Avoid mounting components or
routing wires near hot surfaces
Avoid mounting components or
routing wires near moving parts
Tape or loom wires under hood
for protection and appearance
Use grommets when routing wires
through metal surfaces
Use a voltmeter for testing and
verifying circuits
Technical Support
For Authorized Dealers - (800) 421-3209
FCC COMPLIANCE
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules and with RSS-210 of Industry
Canada. 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 any interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Warning!
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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System Layout
FOR MODULE FUSE SIZE AND POLARITY
LOCATIONS, REFER TO CHART ON PAGE 17.
IMPORTANT!!!
The module MUST be programmed before it will operate.
Refer to the programming instructions on pages 15-18.
System Layout CA-630TM
A = Advanced Harness
B = Basic Harness
C = Car Start Harness
Note: The wire connection sections will identify each wire with a number
(pin cavity) and a letter (harness), i.e.: 20/B = Wire 20, B (Basic)
Harness.
View from wire end:
1
2
10
11
1
3
4
12
2
5
13
3
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
14 15 16 13 14 15 16 17 18
4
EXTENDED RANGE HARNESS
Advanced Harness
1. Lock Switch (87a) (BLU/BLK)
2. Unused
3. Unlock Switch (87a)(GRN/BLK)
4. Unused)
5. Unused
6. Unused
7. Unused
8. Unused
9. Trunk Switch (87a) (TAN/RED)
10. Unused
11. AUX 2 (-) 500ma (BLU/WHT)
12. Unused
13. Unused
14. Armed Output (-) (ORANGE)
15. Unused
16. Unused
6
7
11 12
1
2
19 20 21 22 23 24
8
9
10
7
8
PATS/VATS HARNESS
1
3
2
4
3
6
9
10
5
Basic Harness
Car Start Harness
1. Parking Light Output (WHITE)
1. HVAC2 Input (+) (BLUE)
2. Lock Motor Output (BLUE)
2. Battery (+12v) (RED)
3. Dome Light Output (BLK/WHT)
3. Ignition2Output(+)(PK/WHT)
4. Battery (+12v) (RED)
4. HVAC1Output(+)(ORG)
5. Ground (BLACK)
5.HVAC2OutpuT(+)(ORG/WHT)
6. Starter Key (+) (VIOLET/RED)
6. Unused
7. Ignition 1 Input/Output (+) (PINK)
7. Brake Input(+) (BROWN)
8. Starter Motor (+)(VIOLET)
8. Neutral Safety (BLK/WHT)
9. Unused
9. Tach In (VIOLET/WHT)
10. Door Trig 10k Pull-up (YELLOW/WHT) 10. Active Out (-) (BLU/BLK)
11. External Start Trigger (WHT/BLU)
12. Unused
13. Trunk Motor Output (TAN)
14. Unlock Motor Output (GREEN)
15. Unused
16. Horn/Siren Output (BLACK)
17. Disarm/Override Button (Ground) (PLUGIN)
18. Disarm/Override Button Input (PLUGIN)
19. Hood Pin Input (GRAY)
20. Door Trigger Input (GRN/VT)
21. Factory Alarm Disarm (-) (BRN/BLK)
22. LED 2 (Red) (PLUGIN)
23. LED 1 (Black) (PLUGIN)
24. SecondDoorUnlock(-)500ma(BLU/GRN)
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1. Basic Harness (B)
IMPORTANT!!!
• Remove fuses from Module before installation.
• Solder and tape all connections.
1/B
Parking Light Output (16 AWG) (WHITE)
Locate the vehicle parking light wire.
Verification: This wire will register either positive voltage or ground
when the parking lights are turned on. Voltage does not vary when
dimmer switch is adjusted. Refer to the Vehicle Wire Color and
Location Chart for the wire color, polarity, and location.
Connect the 1/B wire to the parking light wire.
IMPORTANT!
After installation, set the polarity of this circuit by moving the
fuse inside of the control module to positive (+) or negative (-).
2/B
1/A
Lock Motor Wire (16 AWG) (BLUE)
Lock Switch Wire 87A (16 AWG) (BLUE/BLACK)
14/B Unlock Motor Wire (16 AWG) (GREEN)
3/A Unlock Switch Wire 87A (16AWG) (GREEN/BLACK)
24/B Second Door Unlock (16 AWG -) (BLUE/GREEN)
IMPORTANT!
After installation, set the polarity of this circuit by moving the
fuse inside of the control module to positive (+) or negative (-).
Type 1:
Positive 3-wire door lock system Polarity Fuse = Positive (+)
Single-stage unlock
Diagram 1
Connect the 2/B wire to the vehicle
lock wire.
Fused + 12v
Connect the 14/B wire to the vehicle
unlock wire.
Two-stage unlock
24/B
Connect the 2/B wire to the vehicle
lock wire.
Use a SPDT relay (not supplied)
and connect the 24/B wire to the
vehicle unlock wire as shown in
Diagram 1.
To vehicle unlock wire
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1. Basic Harness (B), cont’d
Refer to Diagram 2 to connect to the vehicle’s drivers unlock wire.
Diagram 2
Wires from control module
14/B
3/A
Unlock
Unlock Motor
Switch
From driver’s
Door Unlock Relay only
Cut
To driver’s
Door Motor only
Type 2: Positive 5-Wire Door Lock System
Polarity fuse = Positive (+)
Single-Stage Unlock
Diagram 3
Unlock Motor 14/B
Unlock Switch 3/A
Lock Motor 2/B
Lock Switch 1/A
Vehicle Master Switch
To Door Lock Motors
Two-Stage Unlock
Connect wires 2/B, 1/A as shown in Diagram 3 (above).
Use a SPDT relay ( Not Supplied) and connect the 24/B wire to the
vehicle’s unlock wire as shown in Diagram 4 (below).
Connect wires 14/B, 3/A as shown in Diagram 2 (above).
Diagram 4
Fused +12v
24/B
From Door Unlock
Switch or Relay
To Door Unlock
Motor
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1. Basic Harness (B), cont’d
Type 3: Negative 3-Wire Door Locking System
Polarity Fuse = Negative
Single-stage unlock
Connect the 2/B wire to the vehicle lock wire.
Connect the 14/B wire to the vehicle unlock wire.
Two-stage unlock
Connect the 2/B wire to the vehicle lock wire.
Connect the 24/B wire to the vehicle unlock wire.
Use a SPDT relay (not supplied) and refer to Diagram 5 to connect
to the vehicle’s driver’s unlock wire.
Diagram 5
Fused + 12v
Fused + 12v
14/B
From Driver’s
Door Only
Unlock Switch
or Relay
To Driver’s
Door Unlock
Motor
Cut Here
Type 4: Vacuum Door Lock System
Polarity Fuse = Positive
Note: Two-stage unlock will not work with this type of system.
Diagram 6
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1. Basic Harness (B), cont’d
Type 5: Resistor Door Lock system
Polarity Fuse = Positive/Negative
Note: Refer to Vehicle Wire Color and Location Chart for correct
polarity. Move the fuse inside of the control module to positive or
negative polarity.
Single Stage Unlock
Diagram 7
Two-Stage Unlock
Connect the 2/B wire as shown in Diagram 7 (above).
Connect the 24/B wire as shown in Diagram 8 (below).
Connect the 14/B wire as shown in Diagram 9 (below).
Diagram 8
Ground for negative
polarity system
+12v fused for
positive polarity
system
24/B
+12v fused
Diagram 9
+12v fused
To vehicle door lock module
Ground for positive
polarity system
+12v fused for
negative polarity
system
14/B
Cut
From Switch
Side of Driver’s
Door Unlock
To Driver’s
Door Unlock
Motor
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1. Basic Harness (B), cont’d
Type 1 (POS) & Type 3 (NEG)
3-wire door lock system
Second stage unlock
Connect the 2/B wire to the vehicle lock wire.
Connect the 13/B wire to the vehicle unlock wire.
*Select Polartiy with Fuse Location
Type 2 Reverse Polarity Door Lock Systems
Type 2 Door Lock Systems
Trunk Motor 13/B
Diagram 3
Trunk Switch 9/A
Lock Motor 2/B
Lock Switch 1/A
Vehicle Master Switch
To Door Lock Motors
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1. Basic Harness (B), cont’d
3/B
Courtesy Light Output (16 AWG) (BLACK/WHITE)
Locate the vehicle courtesy light wire.
Verification: This wire is usually the door pin switch wire. Refer to
testing procedure in 20/B to determine the correct polarity of the
courtesy light system.
Connect wire to the courtesy light wire.
IMPORTANT!
After installation, set the polarity of this circuit by moving the
fuse inside of the control module to positive (+) or negative(-).
4/B
Main Power (14 AWG) (RED)
Connect the 4/B wire to the vehicle main power wire at the ignition switch.
Verification: This wire registers voltage through every position of
the ignition switch.
5/B
Chassis Ground (14 AWG) (BLACK)
Connect the 5/B wire to a solid chassis ground point. Scrape
away paint from the grounding point to ensure a good connection.
Note: Do not ground the 5B wire with any other vehicle components.
6/B
8/B
Starter Input Key Side (14 AWG) (VIOLET/RED)
Starter Output Motor Side (14 AWG) (VIOLET)
Locate the vehicle starter wire.
Verification: This wire registers voltage only when the key is turned
to the START position.
Cut the vehicle starter wire in half.
Verification after starter wire is cut:
• KEY SIDE of starter wire registers voltage when the key is turned
to the START position.
• MOTOR SIDE of starter wire registers no voltage.
Connect the 6/B wire to the KEY SIDE of the vehicle starter wire at
the ignition switch harness.
Connect the 8/B wire to the MOTOR SIDE of the vehicle starter wire.
7/B
Ignition 1 Input/Output (14 AWG+) (PINK)
Connect 7/B wire to the vehicle ignition wire at the ignition switch.
Verification: This wire registers voltage when the key is turned to
the ON (or RUN) position. The voltage does not drop out when the
key is turned to the START (or CRANK) position.
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1. Basic Harness (B), cont’d.
11/B
External Start Trigger (20 AWG +/-) (WHITE/BLUE)
This wire will activate the Car Start System or provide an external
warn away input when a positive/negative pulse is applied to it
from an external device. Refer to option programming
IMPORTANT!
After installation, the polarity for this circuit must be set in
Installer Programming Options /Feature 2 (page 20).
13/B Trunk Release Output (16 AWG) (TAN)
Locate the vehicle trunk release wire.
Verification: Refer to the Vehicle Wire Color and Location Chart
for the wire color, polarity, and location.
Connect the 13/B wire to the vehicle trunk release wire.
Note: If the trunk release system is 5-wire type, refer to wire 9/A
(Advanced Harness).
IMPORTANT!
After installation, set the polarity of this circuit by moving the
fuse inside of the control module to positive (+) or negative(-).
17/B, 18/B
Emergency Override Button (20 AWG-)
Find a mounting location for the override button that is not easily
seen or openly accessible. There must be at least 1" clearance
behind the location.
Drill a9/32" hole and mount the button.
19/B Hood Safety (20 AWG -) (GRAY)
Install the supplied pin switch and attach the 19/B wire.
Verification: When connected, the 19/B wire will register ground
when the vehicle hood is opened.
10/B Door Trigger 10K Pull-up Resistor (20 AWG) (YEL/WHITE)
For vehicles with a door input battery saver mode (i.e., Ford Windstar,
Lincoln LS, Cadillac DeVille):
Connect the 16/A wire to a fused constant 12 volt source.
Note: An internal 10k resistor will prevent the door input from going
into battery saver mode to prevent alarm falsing.
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1. Basic Harness (B), cont’d.
20/B
Positive/Negative Door Input (20 AWG) (GREEN/VIOLET)
Connect the 20/B wire to the vehicle pin switch or courtesy light circuit.
Verification - Refer to Vehicle Wire Color and Location Chart for
circuit type and location, or verify the vehicle wire using the
following guideline:
• Positive Systems - Target wire registers voltage
when any door is opened.
• Negative Systems - Target wire registers ground
when any door is opened.
Important!
After i nstallation, select the polarity of this circuit in programming
Option Bank 4 Feature 1 (factory default = negative), page 18
NOTE:
NOTE:
FOR POSITIVE SYSTEMS, TEMPORARILY CONNECT THE 20/B WIRE TO GROUND
IN ORDER TO ACCESS THE PROGRAMMING MODE.
CHANGE OPTION BANK 4 /FEATURE 1 TO POSITIVE POLARITY (PAGE 20).
16/B Horn Relay Drive 500mA (18 AWG -) (BLACK)
Locate the vehicle horn wire.
Verification: This wire will register
either positive or ground when the
horn is pressed.
Connect the 16/B wire to the vehicle
horn wire if the system is negative.
If the system is positive, use a SPDT
Relay (not supplied) and connect the
16/B wire to the vehicle horn wire as
shown (Diagram 10).
Diagram 10
+12 Volts
21/B
To Horn Wire
21/B Factory Alarm Disarm (20 AWG-) (BROWN/BLACK)
Connect the 4/A wire to the vehicle anti-theft disarm wire (if equipped).
Verification: This wire will register ground when the driver’s door is
unlocked with the key. Refer to Vehicle Wire Color and Location
Chart for specific wire color and polarity information.
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2. Advanced Harness (A)
22/B LED2 (20 AWG+)
23/B LED1 (20 AWG-)
Locate a visible section of the dash with 1" clearance behind
the location.
Drill a 9/32" hole and snap the Status Indicator into place.
Connect the Status Indicator Red Wire to the 22/B LED2 wire.
Connect the Status Indicator Black Wire to the 23/B LED1 wire.
9/A
Trunk Switch 87A (20 AWG) (TAN/RED)
This wire is the normally closed pin (87A) for the internal trunk
release relay. If the vehicle has a 5-wire type trunk release it will be
necessary to cut that wire and connect 9/A to the switch side of that
wire.
Note: See 13/B description (Basic Harness).
11/A Rear Defrost Output/Aux 2 500ma (20 AWG -) (BLU/WHITE)
Locate the vehicle rear window defrost wire.
Verification: This wire will register either positive voltage or ground
when the rear defroster is turned on.
Connect the 11/A wire to the vehicle defrost wire if the system
is negative.
If the system is positive, use a SPDT relay (not supplied) and
connect the 11/A wire as shown (Diagram 11.5).
Diagram 11.5
+12v fused
11/A defrost
wire
To vehicle
defrost wire
14/A Armed Output (20 AWG -)(ORANGE) 500mA
This wire will show a ground when the security system is armed.
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3. Car Start Harness (C)
3/C
Ignition 2 Output (14 AWG+) (PINK/WHITE)
Note: Use the 3/C wire if the vehicle requires connection to a
second ignition circuit for the vehicle to operate properly during
remote start.
Connect this wire to the
vehicle second ignition wire at
the ignition switch.
Connecting To a Third Ignition/
Heater Wire
Some vehicles may require
connection to more than two
ignition or heater wires. If so,
use a 30- amp SPDT or
SPDT relay (not supplied),
and connect as shown in
the diagram (Diagram 12).
Note: Never “jump” vehicle
ignition or heater wires
together!
4/C
2/C
Diagram 12
To 3/C
or
4/C
12V+
Constant
10/C
Active
Out
To Second
Ignition /
Heater Wire
To Third
Ignition /
Heater Wire
HVAC1 Output (14 AWG +) (ORANGE)
Battery (#14 AWG) (RED)
Connect the 4/C wire to the vehicle heater / accessory wire at the
ignition switch.
Verification: This wire registers voltage when the key is turned to
the ON (or RUN) position, but not the ACC (Accessory) position.
The voltage drops when the key is turned to the START (or
CRANK) position.
Connect 2/C to a main power wire at the ignition switch, preferably
to a wire other than the 4/B main power connection.
5/C
1/C
HVAC 2 Output (14 AWG+) (ORANGE/WHITE)
HVAC 2 Polarity Input (14 AWG) (BLUE)
Note: Use these wires if the vehicle requires connection to a
second heater/AC circuit for the vehicle to operate properly during
remote start.
Connect the 5/C HVAC 2 output wire to the second heater/AC wire
at the ignition switch.
Connect the 1/C wire to a main power wire at the ignition switch,
preferably to a wire other than the 4/B main power connection.
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3. Car Start Harness (C), cont’d
7/C
Brake Input (20 AWG+) (BROWN)
Connect the 7/C wire to the vehicle brake light wire.
Verification: This wire registers positive voltage when the brake
pedal is pressed.
8/C
Neutral Safety Switch (20 AWG) (BLACK/WHITE)
NOTE: The following connections are required to ensure proper
operation of the system.
Negative systems:
Connect the 8/C wire to the vehicle wire at the shifter that will
show ground when in park or neutral, and voltage in all other
positions.
Positive systems:
Connect the 8/C wire to the vehicle wire at the shifter that
will show 12 volts when in park or neutral, and no voltage in
all other positions.
9/C
Tach Input (-) (VIOLET/WHITE)
Connect the 9/C wire to wire at negative side of the vehicle
ignition coil or fuel injector.
Verification: Refer to Vehicle Wire Color and Location Chart for
the wire color and location, or test using the following procedure:
1. Set voltmeter to AC VOLTS.
2. Attach positive lead of meter to a constant 12-volt source.
3. Attach negative lead of meter to the wire to be tested.
4. Start the engine.
5. Have someone press on the gas pedal slightly as you monitor
the meter. If connected to the correct wire, the voltage reading
will increase as the engine’s RPM increases.
IMPORTANT!
If this wire is not connected, over-rev shut-off is disabled.
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3. Car Start Harness (C), cont’d
10/C Active Output (20 AWG -) (BLUE/BLACK)
Connect the 10/C wire to add-on relays as described in Diagram
14, or to an optional component requiring a ground signal when
the vehicle is running via remote start.
Diagram 14
Diode stripe should
face toward module
InstallDiodesHere
10/C WIRE
Note: If you are connecting the 10/C wire to more than one relay,
install 1-amp blocking diodes (1N4001 or equivalent) as shown in
the Diagram 14.
Interrupting a Sensor or Component while the Vehicle is running
via Remote Start
Use an SPDT relay (not supplied) and connect as shown in
Diagram 15.
Diagram 15
Constant 12V+
10/C WIRE
Cut Here
FromSensor
SensorTriggerWire
To Alarm
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4. System Power-Up and Programming
A. System Power-Up
1. All connections must be secure and well insulated.
2. Insert fuses inside of the control module in their respective slots.
3. Replace fuse cover on top of the control module.
4. Turn vehicle ignition on.
5. Plug in 24-pin Basic Harness followed by the 16-pin Advanced
Harness and 10-pin Car Start Harness.
6. Turn vehicle ignition off.
B. Remote Transmitter Programming
Note: Each system module has eight “slots”, or memory locations, to
store transmitter codes, giving it the ability to operate from up to
eight transmitters. For proper operation, a transmitter code must be
stored into each memory slot. When using less than eight
transmitters, follow the suggested programming parameters:
• One Remote Transmitter - Program eight (8) times
• Two Remote Transmitters - Program each transmitter four
(4) times
• Three Remote Transmitters - Program two transmitters
three (3) times, and the remaining transmitter twice.
1. Open the driver’s door.
1.a. The 20/B wire must initially see a ground to access
programming.
2. Turn vehicle ignition on.
3. Press and hold emergency override button.
After 10 seconds, the siren or horn will sound three (3) times. This
indicates that the unit has entered the transmitter programming mode.
4. Release the button.
5. Press the LOCK button on the remote transmitter to be programmed.
The siren or horn will sound once, indicating that the system has
“learned” that remote transmitter.
6. Repeat step 5 for any additional transmitters or transmitter codes.
7. To continue to the Options Programming mode, go to step 2 of
Programming Selectable Options (next page). Otherwise, turn
the vehicle ignition off to exit the programming mode. Test all
remote transmitters to ensure that they work properly by toggling
the LOCK and UNLOCK buttons. Do not press the START button until
programming the tach signal (page 17).
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4. System Power-Up and Programming, cont’d
C. Programming Selectable Options
Note: Transmitters must be programmed prior to these steps.
Press to Turn
Press to Restore
Settings to
Feature On/Off
Factory Default
Press to Advance
to Next Option
1. Repeat steps 1-4 of Remote Transmitter Programming
(previous page).
2. Press and release the emergency override button.
The horn or siren will sound four (4) times. This indicates that the
unit has entered the Alarm Options (option bank 1) Bank .
3. Press the FIND/PANIC button to advance to the next feature.
The siren or horn will sound a number of times to indicate the
number of the option.
4. Press the LOCK button to turn the option on or off. The vehicle
status indicator on the dashboard indicates whether an option
is on or off.
• If the selected option is ON, the indicator will light.
• If the selected option is OFF, the indicator will turn off.
• The status indicator will turn on or off when an option is changed.
5. When changes are complete, press and release the emergency
override button to continue to the next option bank. (Siren or horn
will sound five (5) times.)
6. To reset all options back to factory defaults, press the UNLOCK button.
Note: Installer Option bank will never reset.
7. Turn ignition off to exit programming.
See Options Chart on page 18.
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4. System Power-Up and Programming, cont’d
E. Programming the Tach Signal
Note: Skip this step if the vehicle does not have a tach wire or if this
unit will be programmed to operate without connection to the tach wire.
1. Open the vehicle hood (hood pin switch must be installed to
program tach).
2. Following the steps in Section C (Programming Selectable
Options), access Option Bank 4 / Feature 4 (page 18).
3. Start the vehicle with the key, and allow the engine to come to a
normal idle (5-10 seconds).
The unit will chirp the Siren/Horn and flash the parking lights every
three (3) seconds to indicate that it has learned the current idle speed.
Afjustable Crank TimeTable 1.1
A d j u s t a b l e
C r a n k
T a b l e
#
o f
C h i r p s
D u r a t i o n
0 . 7 4
0 . 8 7
1 . 0
1 . 1
1 . 2
1 . 4
1 . 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
S e c
S e c
S e c
S e c
S e c
S e c
S e c
Auxilary 2 Adjustment (Option Bank 4, Feature 5 & 6) Table 1.2
5. and 6. AUX 2
Selectable times
.5 sec.
10 sec.
20 sec.
10 min.
15A
15A
20A
20A
5
6
Status LED
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
15A
20A
20A
5A
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4. Option Programming
F. Programming Options
Default settings in BOLD
OPTION
DESCRIPTION
Option Bank 0 - 3 Chirps (Learn Transmitters)
Option Bank One - 4 Chirps (Alarm Options)
INDICATOR
1. Lite Touch Adj.
2. Full Shock Adj
3. IgnitionTriggeredLock
ARMraises sensitivity:DISARM lowerssensitivity
ARM raises sensitivity: DISARM lowers sensitivity
Doors lock when all doors are closed and
Ignition is turned on
4. Delayed Door Lock
3 sec delay locking for theatre dimming
5. Extended Locks
Lock duration is (1)5 sec or (2) 0.6 sec
6. Ignition Triggered Unlock Doors Unlock when ignition is turned off
7. Double Pulse Unlock
Unit provides 2 pulses when unlocked
8.Extended Horn Pulse
Activates Longer Horn Pulse Output
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON(1)
ON(1)
ON(1)
ON(1)
OFF
OFF(2)
OFF(2)
OFF(2)
OFF(2)
Option Bank Two - 5 Chirps (Keyless & Alarm Options)
1. Passive Starter Kill
2. PassiveArming
3.Passive Locks
4. ConfirmationChirps
5. Silent Choice
6. Horn/Siren
7. Noise Control
8. Horn Output
Engages starter kill after one minute
Alarmautomatically arms 60 sec.
after ignition is turned off
Locks doors automatically after 60 seconds
(1)Yes(2)Noconfirmationchirps
(1) By Pressing LOCK o r UNLOCK twice (manual)
(1) Horn (2) Siren
Alarm will (1) sound for five 30-sec. cycles,
then ignore trigger or (2) Sound continuously
when triggered if an entrance is left open
(1) Real Panic (2) Pulsed Output
ON (1) OFF(2)
Option Bank Three - 6 Chirps (Car Start Options)
1. Tach Mode
2. Blind Crank Time
3. Adjustable Crank Time
4. RunTime
5. Diesel Mode
6. DoorsLockAfterStart
7. Door Trigger Delay
8. External Start Trigger
(1) Use blind crank timing (2) Use tach input
ON(1) OFF(2)
(1) Avg of last 8 manual starts (2) 1 sec.
ON(1) OFF(2)
A R M increases crank, D I S ARM decreases crank
See Table 1.1
(1) 25 minutes (2) 12 minutes ON(1)
OFF(2)
Start crank begins (1) 15 sec. or
ON (1) OFF(2)
(2) 2 sec. after ignition turns on
Relocks doors after start command
ON
OFF
(1) Door trigger ignored 60 sec. after start
ON(1) OFF(2)
(2) Door trigger always active
(1) External start trigger requires 1 pulse
ON(1) OFF(2)
(2) External start trigger requires a double pulse
Option Bank Four - 7 Chirps (Polarity Select Options)
1. Door Trigger Polarity
2. External Start Trigger
3. Neutral Safety Input
4. TachLearn
5. Aux 2
6. Aux 2
(1) Positive (2) Negative
(1) Positive (2) Negative
(1) Positive (2) Negative
With hood open key start vehicle
See table 1. 2
See table 1. 2
ON(1) OFF(2)
ON(1) OFF(2)
ON(1) OFF(2)
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5. System Testing
1. Follow each instruction below.
2. Verify that the CA-630 operates as indicated under
each instruction.
3. Check the appropriate wire connections and/or fuses if the unit fails
to perform a specific function. Also check that any options
pertaining to the function are programmed properly.
Remote Start Operation
Press and hold START for 2 seconds
1. Unit will chirp 4 times if tach is not yet learned or vehicle has not been
manually started if in Blind Crank Timing Mode.
2. Unit will chirp two (2) times if the neutral safety input does not see
ground.
3. Unit checks to see if hood is open.
If so, parking lights flash two (2) times
and vehicle will not start.
4. Unit checks to see if brake is pressed.
If so, parking lights flash two (2) times
and vehicle will not start.
If the above conditions are not present:
1. Parking lights flash once.
2. Factory alarm (if equipped) is turned off.
3. Factory VATS or PATS systems (if equipped)
are interfaced (active output is activated).
4. Interior Sensor is disabled.
5. Vehicle ignition turns on.
6. Heater/AC are powered.
7. Vehicle starter begins to crank (heater/AC power shuts off while
vehicle starter is cranking).
8. Vehicle successfully starts.
9. Doors lock.
10.Vehicle will shut off if hood is opened, brake is pressed, or if engine
reaches 3 times its idle speed (Tach Sense Mode only). Vehicle will
also shut off if alarm is triggered.
11.Parking lights stay on for duration of run time.
12.Heater/AC is powered for duration of run time.
13.Vehicle runs for 12 or 25 minutes depending on setting of option.
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5. System Testing, cont’d
Start output configuration:
Tach Sense Mode
If Tach input wire is connected and Tach Sense Mode is enabled,
the starter will crank until the tach signal indicates that the vehicle
has started, or 4 seconds have passed. After 4 seconds, starter,
heater/AC, and ignition will shut off. The unit will pause 5 seconds,
then attempt to start the vehicle again. The start sequence will be
attempted 5 times before aborting.
Blind Crank Timing Mode
If Blind Crank Timing Mode is enabled, the module will average the
last eight key starts to determine crank time. The vehicle must be
started at least 4 times with the key to initialize an average. The
module will use this average as an assumed crank time.
Adjustable Crank Time
If No Tach Mode is enabled, the starter will crank for 1 of 7 preselected times . The unit will “assume” that the vehicle has started.
You must select the time desired for each specific vehicle refer, to
pg. 20 for the time table
Note: In Blind Crank Timing or Adjustable Crank modes, over-rev
protection is disabled if selected.
Press and hold START while vehicle is running via remote start
1. Vehicle shuts off.
2. Parking lights turn off.
3. Heater/AC and ignition shut off.
4. Defroster (or other device) turns off.
5. Impact Sensor is enabled.
Press and hold START while vehicle is running via key
1. Parking lights will turn on.
2. System will enter remote start mode. Vehicle will remain running for
the selected run time after key is removed from ignition.
Keyless Entry Operations
Press LOCK once
1. Doors lock.
2. Courtesy lights (if on) shut off.
3. Unit checks to see if doors, hood or trunk are open. If open, siren
(or horn) sounds once, parking lights flash once.
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5. System Testing, cont’d
3. LED (blue light) flashes slowly.
Press LOCK twice
* If Silent Choice option is set, siren (or horn) sounds twice on
second press of LOCK button (once if system is in pre-arm mode).
Press UNLOCK
1. Doors unlock
2. Factory alarm (if equipped) is turned off.
3. Courtesy lights turn on for 60 seconds, or until LOCK is pressed or
ignition is turned on.
Press UNLOCK twice
1.
*If Silent Choice Verification is set,
horn sounds once.
2. Passenger doors unlock if using 2-stage unlock.
Press FIND/PANIC
Siren/horn sounds 5 times.
Press and hold FIND/PANIC for 1 second
Horn sounds and lights flash for 30 seconds or until any remote
control button is pressed.
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5. System Testing, cont’d
Press START while vehicle is running via Remote Start
Defroster (or other device) turns on for 10 minutes or for preset
vehicle defrost time. (If the output is connected to another device,
the device will activate.) Output will also activate on a single press.
Press and hold LOCK
Headlights (or other device) turn on for 20 seconds or until LOCK/
LIGHTS is pressed again. (If the output is connected to another
device, the device will activate).
Press and hold UNLOCK
Trunk or hatch opens, or other device activates AS LONG AS
BUTTON IS HELD.
If Ignition Lock option is set to On:
Doors lock when all doors are closed and key is turned to
ON position.
If Ignition Unlock option is set to On:
Doors unlock when ignition is turned off.
If Illuminated Exit option is set to On:
Dome will turn on once ignition is shut off
VALET MODE
Press LOCK with vehicle ignition On
System enters Valet mode, LED double-blinks.
Press UNLOCK with vehicle ignition On
System exits Valet mode, LED turns off.
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9. Mounting the Module / Finishing the Installation
IMPORTANT!
Perform System Test (page 19-22) before and after
this section.
1. Use the supplied long tie wraps to mount the module to a brace or
wire harness under the dash. The module and harnesses must be
clear of moving parts.
2. Completely uncoil the antenna and route up the nearest front
window pillar to the headliner. Be careful not to pinch the antenna
under vehicle panels, or route near moving parts.
3. Route the antenna across the headliner to a position behind the
rearview mirror.
4. Attach the antenna to the inside of the windshield behind the
rearview mirror:
• The glass surface must be clean before mounting antenna.
Use rubbing alcohol to thoroughly clean the mounting location.
• Remove protective backing and press firmly against windshield.
• Antenna should be mounted as shown below.
5. Plug antenna into the Antenna Plug located in the back of module
as shown below.
Headliner
Antenna Cable
Antenna
Rear-View Mirror
Antenna
Plug
View of Back of Module
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