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PIM501 Police Interface Module
2013-2015 Ford Police Interceptors (Sedan and SUV)
Introduction
The Police Interface Module is intended to provide Ford Interceptors with multiple desired functions within a
single module. The PIM base features include Intelligent Switch Mode and Dark Car. Optional Features
include Fast idle, Surveillance Mode, Chime Mute, and Audio Mute.
Part Suffix
BA
Optional Features
ISM Aux Version
BV
ISM Vol/Seek Version
O
ISM w/ Key Off Capability (AUX only)
H
Fast Idle Option
S
Surveillance Mode Option
C
Chime Mute Option
R
AM/FM Radio Mute Option
Installation Instructions
Disconnect vehicle battery before proceeding with the installation.
It is the installer’s responsibility to route and secure all wiring harnesses where they cannot be
damaged by sharp objects, mechanical moving parts and high heat sources. Failure to do so
could result in damage to the system or vehicle and create possible safety concerns for the
operator and passengers.
It is important to avoid placing the module where it could encounter strong magnetic fields from
high current cabling connected to motors, solenoids, etc. Also avoid radio frequency energy from
antenna’s or inverters next to the module. Finally, avoid high voltage spikes in vehicle wiring by
always using diode clamped relays when installing upfitter circuits.
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PIM Module
Remove the left side cover of the instrument panel (accessible with the door open) and find a suitable location
to mount the PIM module. Locate the module in an area away from any external heat sources (engine heat,
heater ducts, etc.). Do not mount the module until all post installation testing is complete and wire harnesses
are routed and secure.
Data Link Harness (6-pin connector)
1. Locate the vehicle OBDII Data Link Connector. It will be mounted below the lower
left dash panel.
2. Remove the mounting screws for the OBDII connector. Plug the red connector
from the Data Link Harness into the vehicle’s OBDII connector. Ensure the connection is fully seated and secured with the supplied wire tie.
3. Mount the black connector from the Data Link Harness in the former location of the vehicle’s OBDII
connector.
Proceed to Option‘s enabled for installation instructions
Diagnostics
Diagnostic mode is entered by shorting the two “Test” pads together. The module provides diagnostic LEDs
which illuminate according to the following table. To display which PIM module features are enabled,
momentarily short the two “Test” pads together ONE time. Status LED should NOT be on.
LED #
Diagnostic Mode LED Descriptions
1
AFIS Option Activated
2
Chime Option Activated
3
Surveillance Mode Option Activated
5
AM/FM Radio Mute Option Activated
6
ISM Option Activated
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ISM (Interceptor Switch Module)
Introduction
The Ford Police Interceptors (Sedan and SUV) both offer the option of four upfitter
switches marked Aux1-Aux4 on the right-side of the steering wheel or ‘Seek’ and
‘Volume’ on the right-side of the steering wheel. The Intermotive PIM module gives
the Police market the ability to program each switch/output. The PIM still controls
the Instrument cluster indicators and the four output wires, but in addition, the PIM
allows each switch and associated output to be programmed in the following operating modes:
•
Latching (toggle on—toggle off)
•
Momentary
•
Timed (1 - 1,800 seconds)
•
Radio Button (only one button active at a time)
Aux 1 = Seek Up Aux 2 = Seek Down Aux 3 = Volume Up
Aux 4 = Volume Down
Example: Aux1-Aux3 programmed as Code 1-3 “Radio Buttons”. Their outputs are wired to appropriate
lights/sirens, etc. Pushing any of these three switches activates the desired Code and shuts the others off
such that only one is active at a time. Aux 4 could be programmed as Latching, Momentary, or Timed,
independent of Aux1-3.
ISM Options:
•
All Aux buttons can be configured to be used without Key. (AUX version Only)
•
One button can be configured to be a trigger for High Idle. (AFIS option must be enabled)
•
Power or ground
Rocker Switch Mode Configuration
The Interceptor’s 4 steering wheel switches come configured in
the PIM as momentary switches, and the outputs will be active
low only while the switch is held on. Each switch can be programmed to be either a ground or a power output and Latching, Momentary, Timed, or Radio Button. This can be done one
of two ways: 1) ordered from the factory or 2) using a laptop
computer, interface cable, and PIM Programming Utility (see
pages 24-25 for installation and operating
instructions
for the PIM Programming Utility).
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Output Harness Installation Instructions
AUX Version Only
The OEM GFM module will be replaced by the PIM module. The GFM is located above the right hand side
passenger kick panel and behind the glove box. It is usually easiest to remove the glove box to access this
area.
1. This can be done on the Interceptor sedan by opening the glove
box and squeezing the sides towards each other and pulling
down. The glove box can then be lifted off of its hinges and removed.
2. Remove the four bolts holding the horizontal trim panel under
the glove box and slide the two white hinge rods towards each
other. The glove box can now be lifted off its hinges.
3. Locate the GFM module. There is a black panel with a
white sticker where the GFM is mounted. The GFM will
be on the opposite side of this panel (see picture). The
arrow is pointing at the connector for the GFM. The connector is facing upwards, and has a locking tab. Press
the tab and pull down to disconnect the GFM harness.
GFM and connector
4. Plug the PIM harness into the GFM harness. The GFM will no longer be used.
The PIM now controls the four outputs which drive the four OEM blunt cut wires (see wire colors below)
which are usually run under the center console and connected to upfitter equipment.
Output 1 = Gray/Brown
Output 2 = White/Violet
Output 3 = Green/Brown
Output 4 = Yellow/Gray
Vol/Seek version only
1. Route the 4 Aux. Output Wires (Red, Brown, Yellow, and White) under the center console and connect
them to the desired equipment.
2. Plug the connector into the mating 12-pin connector on the PIM module. The Vol/Seek buttons now
controls the four outputs.
Output
Output
Output
Output
1
2
3
4
=
=
=
=
Red
White
Yellow
Brown
Post Installation Test (AUX version)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Key on, verify that AUX1– AUX4 are controlling outputs correctly.
Turn off all switches.
Apply left turn signal, verify that AUX1– AUX4 are controlling outputs correctly.
Turn off all AUX switches again.
Apply right turn signal, verify that AUX1– AUX4 are controlling outputs correctly.
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Post Installation Test w/Key Off capabilities
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Key on.
Activate an AUX button and verify that the output is active.
Key off, remove key, and verify the output is still active.
Deactivate the AUX button and wait 3-5 minutes.
With key off, activate an AUX button and verify the output is active.
Post Installation Test (Vol/Seek version)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Key on , Verify that Vol/Seek are controlling outputs correctly.
Seek Up = Output 1, Seek Down = Output 2, Vol Up = Output 3, Vol Down = Output 4
Turn off all switches.
Apply left turn signal, verify that Vol/Seek are controlling outputs correctly.
Turn off all switches again.
Diagnostics
Diagnostic mode is entered by shorting the two “Test” pads together. The module provides diagnostic LEDs
which illuminate according to the following table. To exit this mode, cycle the key. For diagnostics of the
ISM portion of the PIM module, momentarily ground the test pad TWO times.
LED #
Diagnostic Mode LED Descriptions
1
Output 1 active
2
Output 2 active
3
Output 3 active
4
Output 4 active
Steering Wheel Switch Indicator Panel (Optional)
1. Locate a suitable position on the dashboard within view of the driver
for mounting the Steering Wheel Switch Indicator Panel. The length
of the display harness is 40”. This is the maximum distance the
display can be mounted from the PIM501 module. Drill a 5/8” hole
in the dashboard where the center of the display will be located,
being careful not to damage anything behind the dashboaRoad
2. Attach the 4 Pin LED display harness to the PIM501 Module 4-pin connector.
3. Run the free end of the display harness under the dash and out through the 5/8” hole.
4. Attach the end of the display harness to the Steering Wheel Switch Indicator Panel.
5. Ensure panel is level, and secure using the supplied screws.
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Dark Car Feature
The Dark Car feature will eliminate all interior lighting and exterior park lamps during entry or exit of the
vehicle. The interior lighting will still operate on demand by turning the dome light On. This option can
be toggled On/Off by performing the following procedure:
1. With the key On, short the Test Pads TWO times on the module and verify the Status LED illuminates.
2. Ensure the Status LED is flashing On/Off.
3. Apply the Park Brake and put the vehicle in PARK
4. Open Driver Door
5. Press and release the Service Brake 3 times within 5 seconds.
6. Verify the interior lights and exterior Park lamps don’t illuminate.
Note: The following procedure only needs to be performed once. If the option isn’t desired in the future,
repeat the procedure to toggle the option Off.
AFIS Option
The AFIS option is a Fast Idle system that elevates engine idle RPM when the AC is On or due to low VBAT
(below 12.5V). The vehicle must be in Park for Fast Idle to engage.
Note: Fast Idle performance on an EcoBoost engine is optimal when engine is at operating
temp (210 °F).
VBAT Low Fast Idle Trigger
The system is configured from the factory for Fast Idle
to be triggered when the battery voltage (VBAT) drops
below 12.5V. This is configurable using the Intermotive
PIM Programming Utility. See pages 24-25 for
installation and operating instructions for the PIM
Programming Utility.
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Post Installation System Operation Test
Perform the following tests before mounting the module, to allow viewing of the diagnostic LED’s, if needed.
1. Place transmission in Park and start the engine. Note: Vehicle may enter Fast Idle if Battery Voltage
(VBAT) is low. Either wait to see if the battery charges and Fast Idle stops, or place a charger on the
vehicle to disable the VBAT low trigger to continue testing.
2. Turn the AC On and ensure the vehicle enters Fast Idle.
3. Depress the Service Brake for 1 second. Fast idle will temporarily disengage anytime the Service Brake is
depressed, but will automatically reengage after approximately 2 seconds once the Brake pedal is released.
4. Place transmission shift lever in the “Neutral” position. The system must not activate Fast Idle.
The AFIS option is properly installed only if it passes all of the above steps.
Diagnostics
Fast Idle Status Codes
Diagnostic mode is entered by shorting the two “Test” pads on
the module together. The module provides diagnostic LEDs
which illuminate according to the following table. To exit this
mode, cycle the key or momentarily ground the “Test” pad
again. For diagnostics for the AFIS portion of the PIM
module, momentarily short the two “Test” pads on the
module TWO times.
Status Codes provide the current status of the Fast Idle system. The onboard “Status” LED will flash a 2-digit
code as shown in the table. The first
digit will flash, wait half a second,
flash the second digit, then wait one
second before the next code. The Status Codes continue to flash until the
module is reset (cycle key), or the
test input is momentarily grounded
again.
AFIS Status Codes
Status
Code
LED #
STATUS
LED7
Diagnostic Mode LED Descriptions
Continuously flashes two digit status codes. See
Status Code table
AC Trigger Active
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Description
1-1
Ready for fast idle
2-4
Triggered: VBAT Low
2-5
Triggered: A/C
3-1
RPM > 2800
3-2
RPM < 200
3-3
TR not = to PARK
3-4
VSS not = to 0 MPH
3-5
Service Brake applied
3-7
Unsafe; Need to cycle TR
3-8
ECT > 230ºF
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Operating Instructions
AFIS Option
System Operation
The Advanced Fast Idle System (AFIS) elevates engine idle speed in response to a number of
triggers in order to assist electrical or mechanical systems on the vehicle.
Fast Idle may be initiated by either a manual trigger (Aux Button Set), a low battery voltage
(low VBAT) condition, or if enabled, by enabling the AC.
Fast Idle will only occur when the required preconditions are met, as listed below. Fast Idle operation
will be terminated by a loss of any of the preconditions, or removal of the trigger(s).
Fast Idle Triggers
Trigger Name
Trigger Conditions
Disable Conditions
VBAT Low
VBAT < 12.5V
Precondition Violation
A/C On (if enabled)
Aux Button (if enabled)
A/C turned On
Button Engaged
Precondition Violation
Button Disengaged
Fast Idle Preconditions
All of the following preconditions must be met prior to initiating Fast Idle operation.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Turn ignition to “Run”
Vehicle speed zero
Transmission in Park
Accelerator pedal not applied
Engine Coolant temperature must be less than 230ºF
Engine RPM must be greater than 200 and less than 2800.
Service Brake not applied
Toggle AC Trigger
The AC Trigger is defaulted OFF, the following procedure must be performed to toggle A/C Trigger
On:
• Short the Test Pads TWO times on the module and verify the Status LED illuminates.
• Close the Driver Door.
• Apply and hold High Beams.
• Cycle the Park Brake 3 times within 5 seconds. All LED’s will flash once for confirmation.
• Cycle the key for the changes to take affect.
• Repeating this procedure will toggle between A/C Trigger On and off.
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Surveillance Mode Option
2013-2015 Ford Interceptor
Introduction
Surveillance Mode uses the Rear Backup sensors and/or Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) and
the Backup Camera. If any of the sensors detect a presence while in Surveillance Mode, the vehicle
will chime indicating which sensor tripped, and then the PIM will lock the doors and roll the driver’s
window up when Ground is momentarily applied to Pin 3 on the 4 pin connector (J6). Surveillance
Mode will still be active after a sensor is tripped to allow the backup camera to stay on.
Surveillance Mode :
To enter Surveillance Mode, ALL five preconditions must be met.
• Transmission must be in park.
• Vehicle speed must be zero.
• Driver door must be closed.
• Service brake must not be applied .
• Momentarily ground the Green/White wire Pin 3 on the 4 pin connector.
To exit Surveillance Mode any condition may be applied:
• Pin 3 on the 4 pin connector (J6) Green/White wire momentarily grounded.
• Driver door is opened.
• Service brake is pressed.
(Note: exiting surveillance mode results in the am/fm radio clicking off momentarily as well as
causing the headlights to briefly flash).
If Flashing Reverse Lights are enabled the Reverse lights will flash at about 10 hertz when a
presence is detected. This will turn off when either of these conditions are met:
• The transmission is cycled out of Park.
• Disable Surveillance Mode momentarily (grounding input on Green/White wire).
• Cycling the key position.
Diagnostics
Diagnostic mode is entered by shorting the two “Test” pads together on the module. The module provides diagnostic LEDs which illuminate according to the following table. To exit this mode, cycle the
key. For diagnostics for the SMM portion of the PIM module, momentarily short the two
“Test” pads THREE times. The Status Light will Flash 5-5.
LED #
1
Diagnostic Mode LED Descriptions
SMM Input Ground Active
2
3
4
5
TR = Park
VSS < 0
Driver Door Closed
Service Brake Applied
6
Surveillance Mode Active
8
LED ON - BLIS Trigger Activated
9
LED ON - Flashing Reverse Lights Activated
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Installation
To install Surveillance Mode it will be necessary to tap into the driver’s side window switch. The procedure
differs between the Sedan and the Utility Interceptor. Remove the drivers door trim panel following Ford
recommended procedures.
Routing Wire into Door Panel (Sedan and Utility)
It’s recommended to drill a hole in the driver’s side kick panel (see photo). The
hole must be large enough to accommodate a single loomed wire and a grommet.
Route the Gray wire from pin 2 of the 12 pin connector through the hole.
Remove the boot between the vehicle and the door and route the Gray wire through
the boot and into the door panel. Removing the speaker from the door panel may
make performing this step easier.
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Install a grommet in the hole previously drilled in the kick panel.
After routing the Gray wire into the door panel, continue to the “Tapping into the Window
Switch” section of the instructions. Follow the instructions for the appropriate vehicle as
the procedure differs between the Sedan and the Utility Interceptor.
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Tapping into the Window Switch
Sedan Only
Locate the master Window Adjust Switch
(20 pin connector) and connect the Gray
wire from Pin 2 on the 12 pin connector at
the PIM module to the Blue/Gray wire Pin 17
using solder and tape.
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Utility Only
1. Locate the 4 pin Connector on the window switch (C535B).
2. Cut the Blue/Gray wire (Pin 4 on C535B) and attach the motor
side of this wire to Pin 30 of the relay.
3. Attach the window switch side of the Blue/Gray wire to Pin 87A
of relay.
4. Using solder and tape, parallel tap into the Blue wire (Pin 3 on
C535B) and attach to Pin 87 of the relay.
5. Using solder and tape, parallel tap into the Black wire (Pin 1 on
C535B) and attach to Pin 85 of the relay.
6. Locate the Gray wire, Pin 2 (12 pin connector) on the PIM module
and attach to Pin 86 of the relay.
Connect to Pin 2 of the 12 pin
connector at the PIM module
Attach to the motor side of the
Blue/Gray wire (Pin 4 on C535B
Parallel tap into the Blue wire
(Pin 3 on C535B)
Parallel tap into the Black wire
(Pin 1 on C535B)
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the Blue/Gray wire (Pin 4 on C535B)
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Toggle BLIS Trigger
The BLIS Trigger is defaulted ON. One of the following procedures must be performed to toggle the BLIS Trigger off:
Procedure #1
1. Short the test pads TWICE on the module and verify the Status LED illuminates.
2. Apply the Park Brake.
3. Apply and hold the Service Brake.
4. Apply the Surveillance mode input THREE times within 5 seconds.
5. All LED’s will flash once for confirmation.
6. Cycle the key for the changes to take affect.
Repeating this procedure will toggle the Trigger ON/OFF.
Procedure #2
The BLIS trigger is also configurable using the Intermotive PIM Programming Utility. See pages 24-25 for installation and operating
Instructions for the PIM Programming Utility.
Rear Backup Sensors
BLIS Sensors
Surveillance Mode Post Installation Instructions
1. Preferably test with two people so one person can activate the rear sensors.
2. Place Car in Park, close the driver door, and do not apply the Service Brake.
3. Roll the driver door window all the way down and unlock doors.
4. Apply Surveillance Mode input and verify rear camera turns on.
5. Have one person trip the sensors by walking behind the vehicle.
6. Verify that the window goes up, all doors lock, and the rear camera stays on.
7. Open driver door to exit surveillance mode and verify rear camera turns off.
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Chime Mute Option
This option will silence the following chimes from the interior of the vehicle:
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•
•
•
Safety Belt Warning Chime - Key in the Run position, seatbelts unbuckled.
Key in Ignition Warning Chime - Key in the Off position and door open.
Headlamps On Warning Chime - Key in the Off position with the headlights On.
Door Ajar Warning Chime - Key in the Run position, Transmission in Park, Door open.
Installation Instructions
These connections must be made by using solder and
the supplied heat shrink tubing. Cut
the tubing into 1” lengths for this purpose.
•
Locate wire bundle that goes between the BCM and
the drivers door behind the driver’s side kick panel
(see photo)
•
Locate the Green/Violet wire in the wire bundle (see
photo). Confirm signal is grounded when door is
closed. Cut this wire and attach the door side of the
wire to the Tan wire, pin #2 on the 4 pin connector.
Attach the BCM side of the Green/Violet wire to the
Purple wire, pin #4 on the 4 pin connector.
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Chimes Post Installation Test
With vehicle in Park, Park Brake applied, and Key off:
1.
Turn Key to Run (do not start engine) and plug the 6 pin Data Link connector into the module. This allows
the module to read the vehicle’s VIN.
2.
Verify that the LED’s on the module are not scrolling (meaning it has successfully acquired and recognizes
the VIN).
3.
Verify the following chimes no longer sound:
Key-in-Ignition Warning Chime - Key in ignition (Off or ACC), door opened.
Headlamps On Warning Chime - Key removed, Headlights on, door opened.
Door Ajar Warning Chime - Key in Run (engine on or off), Trans in Park, Door ajar (Note: it will still chime if
Transmission is out of Park).
Safety Belt Warning Chime - Key switched to Run, driver seatbelt unbuckled. Note: this last chime may
sound occasionally due to the electrical architecture of the vehicle. This is normal behavior and cannot be
avoided.
AM/FM Radio Mute Option
This option will mute the radio anytime Pin 10 on the 12 pin connector (Pink wire) is given the appropriate
signal.
Radio Input Sense Active High or Active Low
The default input sense for the Pink wire, Pin 10 on the module is active low. If an active high input sense is
desired, the following procedure must be performed:
1. Momentarily short the two “Test” pads on the module TWO times and verify the Status LED illuminates.
2. Put Transmission in Park.
3. Apply and hold the Service Brake.
4. Cycle the Low Beams 3 times within 5 seconds. All LED’s will flash once for confirmation.
5. Cycle the key for the changes to take effect.
6. Repeating this procedure will toggle between an active high or low input sense.
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AM/FM Radio Mute Option (continued)
Selecting Radio Mute Button
The Radio Mute button can either be on the left or the right side of the
Information Display. The default for the PIM501 module is left. To
switch to the right side, the following procedure must be performed:
1. Set the Parking Brake.
2. Momentarily short the two “Test” pads TWICE on the module and
verify Status LED flashes On/Off.
3. Put the transmission in Neutral.
4. Apply and hold the Service Brake.
5. Press the Mute button 3 times within 5 seconds. All LED’s will flash
once for confirmation.
6. Put the transmission in Park.
7. The ignition must be cycled Off and back On for the changes to take effect.
Diagnostics
Diagnostic mode is entered by shorting the two “Test” pads on the module. The module provides diagnostic
LEDs which illuminate according to the following table. To exit this mode, cycle the key. For diagnostics for
the AM/FM Radio Mute portion of the PIM module, momentarily short the two “Test” pads TWO
times.
LED #
Diagnostic Mode LED Descriptions
5
8
9
Left Mute Button Is Used
Mute Sense
Mute On/Off
10
Mute Input
Radio Mute Post Installation Test
Perform the following tests before mounting the module, to allow viewing of the diagnostic LED’s, if needed.
1.
Turn Key to Run (do not start engine) and plug the 6 pin Data Link connector into the module. This allows
the module to read the vehicle’s VIN.
2.
Turn on AM/FM Radio.
3.
Apply signal to radio mute input (Pin 10).
4.
Verify the radio is muted.
5.
Remove signal from input.
6.
Verify radio is unmuted.
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PIM Programming Utility Instructions
Requirements:
•
Java Runtime Environment (v1.6.0_18 or later) must be installed on your computer prior to running this
utility. Most PC’s already have Java installed. The most recent version can be obtained for free at
http://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp.
•
The PIM Programming Utility. This is a free Intermotive software program that needs to be loaded onto
your PC. The files are available from the download page at www.intermotive.net. It is recommended
that an “InterMotive” folder be created to store the files
•
USB to Serial cable (part number a-IPU-B) which is a one-time purchase. This kit is required for
all programming and is recommended to be kept in a central location.
Once PIM Programming Utility has been run and the specific configuration has been created, it can
be downloaded onto the PIM module(s) with the Programming Utility.
Computer Installation
1. Ensure that the proper driver is installed for the
USB to Serial download cable. This driver can be
found at: http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/
VCP.htm
2. To install the programming utility, unzip the PIM
Programming Utility folder to your local hard
drive.
3. Create a shortcut on the desktop if necessary,
but do not separate the PIM Programming
Utility.exe file from the rxtxSerial.dll file.
4. Plug in the USB cable (Part# s-h37a1) prior to
starting the application.
5. Double click the PIM Programming Utility.exe file
to launch.
Screen 1
6. Screen 1 will come up.
If the program does not launch, close all applications and reinstall the Java Runtime Environment
and the PIM Programming Utility.
Setting the PIM Configurations
1. Configure each setting as desired.
2. Select “Save Configuration” under the “File” tab.
3. Enter a configuration name (ABC### or AB###) and click “OK”.
4. Enter a filename and choose a location that will be easy to locate.
InterMotive Inc.
13395 New Airport Road
Auburn, CA 95602
Phone: (530) 823-1048
Fax: (530) 823-1516
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InterMotive Module Desktop Power/Ground Supply
The InterMotive Module Desktop Power/Ground Supply allows programming
the PIM module on your desk. The Module Desktop Power/Ground Supply
consists of a 120 VAC to 12VDC adapter with a Male 6-Pin Molex connector
(also included is a 6-Pin to 4-Pin adapter harness - which is not needed for
the PIM).
Note: Do not have the PIM Programming Utility opened until instructed
to do so.
1. Plug the Module Desktop Power/Ground Supply inverter into a 120V AC power
source.
2. Locate the 6-Pin Female connector on the module but do not plug in the power adapter until indicated
in the following steps.
3. Plug the phone jack into the J4 COMM port of the PIM module and the USB plug into the computer.
Loading a PIM Configuration File
Open the PIM Programming Utility. Choose the COM Port the USB
cable is connected to. This can be determined on Windows XP by
right-clicking on ‘My Computer’ and selecting ‘Properties.’ From this
window select the ‘Hardware’ tab and click on ‘Device Manager.’ In
the Device Manager window, expand the ‘Ports’ menu and the
download cable will display as ‘USB Serial Port.’
1. Click the ‘Open File’ button under the ‘Home’ tab.
2. Open the PIM*.ims or configuration file to load on the PIM module.
(This file must already be loaded on the computer).
3. Click the load button on the computer screen. “Waiting” will come
up next to the progress bar. This means the program is waiting for
power to be applied.
4. Plug in the 6 pin connector of the power adapter into the PIM
module. The progress bar on the computer screen will display
status as the configuration loads and takes approximately 2 seconds
or less. Configuration is loaded once the screen says “DONE” and
programming is complete.
5. To verify that the correct data was loaded to the module, disconnect the 6
pin connector from the module and press the ‘Get” button on the screen.
Plug in the 6 pin connector and the information will be displayed.
J4 COMM Port
To program another module with the same configuration file, start with step 2.
PIM501 Module Mounting
Ensure all harnesses are properly connected and routed, and are not hanging below the dash area. Mount the
PIM501 module using screws or double sided tape. Reinstall the lower dash panel.
InterMotive Inc.
13395 New Airport Road
Auburn, CA 95602
Phone: (530) 823-1048
Fax: (530) 823-1516
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AUX Version
Submit product registration at www.intermotive.net
If the PIM fails any step in the System Operation Test, review the installation instructions and check all connections.
If necessary, call InterMotive Technical Support at (530) 823-1048
PIM501-051915-CAD
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Vol Version
Aux 1 = Seek Up
Aux 2 = Seek Down
Aux 3 = Volume Up
Aux 4 = Volume Down
Submit product registration at www.intermotive.net
If the PIM fails any step in the System Operation Test, review the installation instructions and check all connections.
If necessary, call InterMotive Technical Support at (530) 823-1048
PIM501-051915-CAD
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