Installation guide | Installation Guide AvantGuard 5.1

Installation Guide
AvantGuard 5.1
© 2006 Directed Electronics, Vista, CA N919640 11-06
IMPORTANT! Please note that this manual was intended for US consumers
and therefore includes American phrases or words.
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contents
warning! safety first . . . . . . . . . . .5
before beginning the installation 2
after the installation . . . . . . . . .2
gram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
heavy gauge harness wiring guide
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transmitter functions . . . . . . . . . .3
door lock connection guide . . . .20
door lock harness wiring guide 20
identifying the door lock system .
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at the switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
type A: positive-triggered, relaydriven system . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
type B: negative-triggered, relaydriven system . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
type C: reversing polarity system .
23
type D: after-market actuators .25
type E: electronically-activated
vacuum systems . . . . . . . . . . . .26
type F: one-wire system . . . . . .27
type G: positive (+) multiplex . .28
type H: negative (-) multiplex . .30
standard configuration . . . . . . . . .3
H1 primary harness wire connection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
primary harness wiring diagram .4
primary harness wiring guide . . .5
H2 secondary harness wire connection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
secondary harness wiring diagram
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secondary harness wiring guide .8
immobilizer harness wire connection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
immobilizer harness wiring . . . .9
ultrasecure immobilizer . . . . . .10
immobilizer jumper setting . . .10
intellistart installation . . . . . . . . .11
obtaining constant 12V . . . . . .11
finding the 12V switched ignition
wire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
finding the starter wire . . . . . .12
finding a (+) brake light wire . .13
finding the accessory/heater wire .
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finding the rpm input wire . . .13
How to find a tachometer wire
with your multimeter: . . . . . . .14
finding the wait-to-start bulb wire
for diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
H3 harness wire connection guide .
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harness wiring diagram . . . . . .15
harness wiring guide . . . . . . . .15
H4 heavy gauge harness wire connection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
heavy gauge harness wiring dia-
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515C Self-Powered SmartSiren . .32
siren installation instructions . .32
peripheral plug-in harnesses . . .33
super bright blue led, 2-pin white
plug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
plain-view 2 valet . . . . . . . . . .33
mounting the receiver/antenna 34
arming/disarming diagnostics . . .35
arming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
disarming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
system status chirps . . . . . . . . . . .35
remote siren silencing . . . . . . . . .35
multiple event total recall . . . . .36
table of zones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
system features programming . .37
cliffnet wizard pro installation
software programming . . . . . .37
manual programming instructions
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user selectable features . . . . . .38
user selectable features descriptions - column one . . . . . . . . .39
user selectable features descriptions - column two . . . . . . . . .40
user selectable features descriptions - column three . . . . . . . .41
installer selectable features . . .43
installer selectable features
descriptions - column one . . . .44
installer selectable features
descriptions - column two . . . .45
installer selectable features
descriptions - column three . . .46
programming notes . . . . . . . . .47
blackjax feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
blackjax activation sequence . .51
blackjax deactivation sequence 52
bypass blackjax temporarily (if on
in program grid) . . . . . . . . . . .52
blackjax off warning indicator .52
sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
tilt sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
remote adjustable proximity sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
remote adjustable omnisensor .55
troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57
smart power up II . . . . . . . . . . . .50
wiring reference section . . . . . . .58
control module connector locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58
H1 connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59
H4 connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
H3 connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
remote control sensor disable . .50
notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
fact II - false alarm control technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
auto-immobilization feature . . .50
auto-immobilization sequence .50
one-time valet feature . . . . . .51
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warning! safety first
The following safety warnings must be observed at all times:
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Due to the complexity of this system, installation of this product must only be performed by an authorized Clifford dealer.
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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
area that does not have adequate ventilation. The following precautions are the
sole responsibility of the user; however, authorized Clifford dealers should make
the following recommendations to all users of this system:
1.
Never operate the system in an enclosed or partially enclosed area without
ventilation (such as a garage).
2.
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 toggle switch.
3.
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.
4.
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.
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Use of this product in a manner contrary to its intended mode of operation may
result in property damage, personal injury, or death. Except when performing
the Safety Check outlined in this installation guide, (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 will be responsible for having 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
Clifford dealer in accordance with the Safety Check outlined in this product
installation guide. If the vehicle starts in gear, cease remote start operation immediately and consult with the user to fix the problem immediately.
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After the remote start module has been installed, test the remote start module in
accordance with the Safety Check outlined in this 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 properly reinstalled so that the vehicle does not start in gear. All
installations must be performed by an authorized Clifford dealer.
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OPERATION OF THE REMOTE START MODULE IF THE VEHICLE STARTS IN
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. IMMEDIATELY CEASE THE USE
OF THE UNIT AND REPAIR OR DISCONNECT THE INSTALLED REMOTE START
MODULE. CLIFFORD WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE OR PAY FOR INSTALLATION OR REINSTALLATION COSTS.
before beginning the installation
WARNING! This system is intended for automatic
transmission, fuel-injected vehicles only. Installation in a
standard transmission vehicle maybe dangerous and is
contrary to its intended use.
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Please read this entire installation guide before beginning the installation. The
installation of this remote start system requires interfacing with many of the vehicle’s systems. Many new vehicles use low-voltage or multiplexed systems that can
be damaged by low resistance testing devices, such as test lights and logic
probes (computer safe test lights). Test all circuits with a high quality digital multimeter before making connections.
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Do not disconnect the battery if the vehicle has an anti-theft-coded radio. If
equipped with an air bag, avoid disconnecting the battery if possible. Many
airbag systems will display a diagnostic code through their warning lights after
they lose power. Disconnecting the battery requires this code to be erased, which
can require a trip to the dealer.
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Remove the domelight fuse. This prevents accidentally draining the battery.
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Roll down a window to avoid being locked out of the car.
after the installation
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Test all functions. Refer to the "Using Your System" section of the Owner's Guide
when testing.
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Complete the vehicle Safety Check outlined in this manual prior to reassembly.
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transmitter functions
This system uses computer-based code learning to learn the transmitter buttons. This
makes it possible to assign any transmitter button to any system function. The transmitter initially comes programmed with standard configuration, but may also be customized by an authorized dealer. The buttons in all of the instructions in this manual
correspond to a standard configuration transmitter.
standard configuration
Button
The arming, disarming, and panic function are controlled by this button.
Button
The trunk release or accessory output A is controlled by this button.
Button
Remote start is controlled by this button.
Button
Silent arm and disarm is controlled by this button.
Button, then
Button
Accessory B output is controlled by these buttons.
Button, then
Button
These buttons activate SmartWindows.
Button, then
Button
Accessory C output is controlled by these buttons.
Button twice, then
Button
These buttons active remote valet.
Button twice, then
Button
These buttons disable the sensors.
Button twice, then
Button
These buttons enter safe start mode for manual transmission vehicles and activate
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Autostart mode.
Button three times, then
Button
These buttons adjust the dual-zone radar sensor.
Button three times, then
Button
These buttons adjust the dual-zone omnisensor.
H1 primary harness wire connection guide
primary harness wiring diagram
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H1/1
___ BLACK
H1/2
___ BROWN
H1/3
___ GRAY
H1/4
___ EMPTY
H1/5
___ GREEN/WHITE
H1/6
___ WHITE/BLUE
H1/7
___ BLUE
(-) Trunk Trigger Input - Zone 5
H1/8
___ VIOLET
(+) Door Trigger Input - Zone 4
H1/9
___ GREEN
(-) Door Trigger Input - Zone 4
H1/10
___ RED
(+) 12V Constant
H1/11
___ BROWN
Speaker Output 2
H1/12
___ WHITE/RED
H1/13
___ WHITE
Light Flash Output
H1/14
___ WHITE
Light Flash Output
H1/15
___ BLACK/WHITE
H1/16
___ RED/WHITE
H1/17
___ ORANGE
H1/18
___ EMPTY
Ground
Speaker Output 1
(-) Hood Trigger Input Zone 6
Not Used
(-) Normally Closed Input - Zone 6
(-) Accessory B Output (200mA)
Light Flash Input
Dome Light Supervision Output 30
(-) Accessory Output A (200mA)
Ground When Armed (500mA)
Not Used
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primary harness wiring guide
This guide describes in detail the connection of each wire. Also included are possible applications of each wire. This system was designed with the ultimate in flexibility and security
in mind. Many of the wires have more than one possible function. Please read the instructions carefully to ensure a thorough understanding of this unit and how it operates.
h1/1 black ground
Connect the BLACK wire to a clean, paint-free sheet metal location (driver’s kick panel)
using a factory bolt that does NOT have any vehicle component grounds attached to
it. A screw should only be used in conjunction with a two-sided lock washer. Under
dash brackets and door sheet metal are not acceptable ground points. It is recommended that all security components be grounded at the same location.
h1/2 and h1/11 brown speaker outputs
Connect the BROWN output wires to the BROWN wires of an optional 518C Neo Siren.
h1/3 gray (-) hood input zone 6
Connect this wire to the hood pin. If the hood is open when the alarm is armed, this
wire will trigger the siren. Use either this wire (preferred) or the wire from the
Intellistart module, but not both.
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h1/5 green/white (-) normally closed zone 6
This wire will trigger the alarm if it looses its normally closed ground. Remove this wire
from the ground wire and attach it to a normally grounded item you wish to protect
such as the back of your stereo.
h1/6 white/blue (-) accessory b output (200mA)
This wire produces a 200mA output when activated by the remote control and can be
used to operate a variety of accessories. All accessory outputs can be programmed to
different types of outputs. Please see Note #6 in the programming notes section of this
guide..
h1/7 blue (-) trunk trigger input - zone 5
This input will respond to a negative input with an instant trigger. Connect to (-) trunk
pins and it will report zone 5. It can also be used with Directed single-stage sensors.
h1/8 violet (+) door trigger input - zone 4
Connect the violet wire to a wire that shows (+)12V when any door is opened. This
wire will report Zone 4.
h1/9 green (-) door trigger input - zone 4
Most vehicles use negative door trigger circuits. Connect the GREEN wire to a wire
showing ground when any door is opened. When connecting to newer model vehicles
there is generally a need to use individual door triggers. This wire will report Zone 4.
NOTE: If using a door trigger wire that has a delay, the installer-selectable programming grid or the Cliffnet Wizard can be used to turn the door ajar warning off.
h1/10 red (+) 12v constant
Before connecting the RED wire, remove the supplied fuse. Connect to the battery positive terminal (be sure to use the supplied fuse holder and a 5 amp fuse) or the constant (+) 12V supply to the vehicle fusebox.
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h1/12 white/red light flash input
IMPORTANT! Always confirm light flash polarity before connecting Hf1/H12 or damage to the vehicle lighting system could occur.
This wire is the input for the on-board dual light flash relay. If the vehicle has positive
parking light activation wires, connect this wire to a constant (+) 12V source that is
fused at 15A or higher (be sure to use the supplied fuse holder and a 15 amp fuse).
If the vehicle parking light activation wire is negative, connect this wire to a chassis
ground location.
h1/13 and h1/14 white parking light output
IMPORTANT! The polarity of this wire is determined by the connection of the H1/12
light flash input wire.
These wires are the output of an on-board dual make relay and the polarity is determined by the connection of the H1/12 light flash input wire. Connect these to the
wires in the vehicle that control the parking lights. The dual outputs are designed for
European vehicles with isolated parking light systems. If the vehicle’s parking lights are
controlled by a single wire, connect both WHITE wires to it.
h1/15 black/white dome light supervision output
Connect the H1/15 BLACK/WHITE wire to the vehicle domelight circuit trigger wire.
h1/16 red/white accessory a output
When the system receives the code controlling the accessory output, this wire will supply an output as long as the transmission continues. This is often used to operate a
trunk/hatch release or other relay-driven function. All accessory outputs can be programmed to different types of outputs. Please see Note #6 in the programming notes
section of this guide.
IMPORTANT! Never use this wire to drive anything but a relay or a low-current input!
The transistorized output can only supply 200 mA of current. Connecting directly to a
solenoid, motor, or other high-current device will cause it to fail.
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h1/17 orange ground when armed
This wire provides a (-) ground output as long as the system is armed and will cease
when the system is disarmed. This output can be used for an additional immobilizer
relay or to control additional accessories such as window automation, voice modules,
or pagers.
H2 secondary harness wire connection
guide
secondary harness wiring diagram
H2/1
___ WHITE/BLACK
H2/2
___ GREEN/BLACK
Lock 30 (Common)
H2/3
___ VIOLET/BLACK
Lock 87 (Normally Open)
H2/4
___ VIOLET
H2/5
___ BLUE/BLACK
H2/6
___ BROWN/BLACK
H2/7
___ BLACK/WHITE
Domelight Supervision Input (87)
H2/8
___ PINK/BLACK
(-) Accessory Output C (200 mA)
H2/9
___ YELLOW/WHITE
H2/10
___ BROWN/RED
H2/11
___ BROWN/WHITE
H2/12
___ BLUE/WHITE
Lock 87A (Normally Closed)
Unlock 87 (Normally Open)
Unlock 30 (Common)
Unlock 87A (Normally Closed)
(-) Horn Honk Output (200 mA)
Brake Light (+) 12V Input
Brake Light Input/Output
Second Unlock Output (200 mA)
secondary harness wiring guide
NOTE: For further description of the H2/1 to H2/6 wires, please refer to the Door
Lock Connection Guide section.
h2/7 black/white domelight supervision input (87)
This wire determines the output of the BLACK/WHITE H1/15 wire on the main 18-pin
harness. If the vehicle has a negative domelight circuit, ground this wire; if the vehicle has a positive domelight circuit, attach this wire to a 12 volt constant source.
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h2/8 pink/black (-) accessory output C (200mA)
This wire produces a 200mA output when activated by the remote control and can be
used to operate a variety of accessories. All accessory outputs can be programmed to
different types of outputs. Please see Note #6 in the programming notes section of this
guide.
h2/9 yellow/white (-) horn honk output (200mA)
This wire is a low current output (200mA) for the horn to sound when the system has
been violated.
h2/10 brown/red brake light (+) 12V input
This is the polarity source for the brake light output and must be 12 volt constant.
h2/11 brown/white brake light input/output
This wire powers the brake light circuit with the 12 volt circuit only on H2/10 when
activated. If this wire is used it is not necessary to connect the blue/white H1/11
brake input wire to the Intellistart module.
h2/12 blue/white second unlock output (200mA)
This wire produces a (-) 200mA output for progressive locks in which the driver door
unlocks first and the remaining locks unlock with a second press of the unlock button.
immobilizer harness wire connection guide
immobilizer harness wiring
Locate the ignition and starter wires using a multimeter. Cut the appropriate wire and
attach the key side and car side wires to the corresponding wires on the four-pin
immobilizer harness.
Starter Side
Ignition Car Side
Starter Key Side
Ignition Key Side
Starter
Ignition
x
CUT
x
CUT
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ultrasecure immobilizer
The UltraSecure immobilizer circuit in this G5 system is a unique new design that
incorporates the immobilizer security of Clifford without the possibility of failure due
to power loss that could potentially strand the user.
The level of security can be set by leaving in or removing the jumper located next to
the immobilizer wires exiting the module.
immobilizer jumper setting
jumper in setting
When the jumper is in, the ignition and starter signal will bypass the UltraSecure
immobilizer circuitry and allow the vehicle start and run, even if power has not been
restored to the module.
jumper out setting
When the jumper is out, the UltraSecure immobilizer circuitry prevents the ignition
and starter signal from passing and keeps the vehicle immobilized until power has
been restored to the module.
NOTE: In order for the system to bypass the immobilizer with the jumper in place, the
unit must have ground on the 18-pin harness.
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intellistart installation
IMPORTANT! Do not use any testing tool other than a digital multi-meter to prevent
costly damage to the vehicle. Use of a test light may cause grounding of sensitive electrical components that can damage the on-board vehicle computer and processors
resulting in substantial cost for replacement.
The control module and the Intellistart module communicate through the CliffNet interface cable, when plugged into their respective ports on each module. Ensure that both
modules are mounted in the vehicle so that this cable can reach both modules.
When you have determined where each component will be located, your next step is
to find the connecting wires in the vehicle for the security system.
obtaining constant 12V
Remove the two 30 amp fuses prior to connecting to the 12V wires and do not replace
them until the intellistart installation is complete. These wires are the source of current
for all the circuits the IntelliStart will energize. They must be connected to a high current source. These can be connected to the battery or the 12V power feed to the ignition key switch (the battery is preferred).
finding the 12V switched ignition wire
The ignition wire is powered when the key is in the run or start position. This is
because the ignition wire powers the ignition system (spark plugs, coil) as well as the
fuel delivery system (fuel pump, fuel injection computer). Accessory wires lose power
when the key is in the start position to make more current available to the starter motor.
warning! On vehicles with air bags or supplemental
restraint systems (SRS) you may notice a bright yellow
tube with small wires in it marked SRS underneath the
steering column near the key cylinder. DO NOT tamper or unplug these for any reason to prevent costly damages to your vehicle or personal injury. Tampering may
cause unintended deployment of airbags.
warning! Make sure the car is not in gear.
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How to find (+)12V ignition with your multimeter:
1.
Set to DCV or DC voltage (12V or 20V is fine).
2.
Attach the (-) probe of the meter to chassis ground.
3.
Probe the wire you suspect of being the ignition wire. The steering column harness or ignition switch harness is an excellent place to find this wire.
4.
Turn the ignition key switch to the run position. If your meter reads (+)12V, go to
the next step. If it doesn’t, probe another wire.
5.
Now turn the key to the start position. The meter display should stay steady, not
dropping by more than a few tenths of a volt. If it drops close to or all the way to
zero, go back to Step 3. If it stays steady at (+)12V, you have found an ignition wire.
finding the starter wire
The starter wire provides 12V directly to the starter or to a relay controlling starter. In
some vehicles, it is necessary to power a cold start circuit. A cold start circuit will test
exactly like a starter circuit, but it does not control the starter. Instead, the cold start
circuit is used to prime the fuel injection system for starting when the vehicle is cold.
How to find the starter wire with your multimeter:
1.
Set to DCV or DC voltage (12V or 20V is fine).
2.
Attach the (-) probe of the meter to chassis ground.
3.
Probe the wire you suspect of being the starter wire. The steering column is an
excellent place to find this wire. Remember you do not need to interrupt the
starter at the same point you test it. Hiding your optional starter kill relay and
connections is always recommended.
4.
Turn the ignition key switch to the start position. Make sure the car is not in gear!
If your meter reads (+)12V, go to the next step. If it doesn’t, probe another wire.
5.
Cut the wire you suspect of being the starter wire.
6.
Attempt to start the car. If the starter engages, reconnect it and go back to Step
3. If the starter does not turn over, you have the right wire.
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finding a (+) brake light wire
Most vehicles use a (+) brake light circuit. The (+) brake light wire is often found near
the brake pedal.
How to find a (+) brake light flash wire with your multimeter:
1.
Set to DCV or DC voltage (12V or 20V is fine).
2.
Attach the (-) probe of the meter to chassis ground.
3.
Probe the wire you suspect of being the brake light wire.
4.
Press the brake pedal. If your meter shows (+)12V, release the pedal and make
sure it goes back to zero.
5.
If it does return to zero, this is the correct brake wire.
finding the accessory/heater wire
An accessory/heater wire will show +12V when the key is in the accessory and run
positions. It will not show +12V during the cranking cycle. There will often be more
than one accessory wire in the ignition harness. The correct accessory wire will power
the vehicle's climate control system. Some vehicles may have separate wires for the
blower motor and the air conditioning compressor. In such cases, it will be necessary
to add a relay to power the second accessory wire.
finding the rpm input wire
To test for a tachometer wire, a multimeter capable of testing AC voltage must be used.
The tachometer wire will show between 1V and 6V AC. In multi-coil ignition systems,
the system can learn individual coil wires. Individual coil wires in a multi-coil ignition
system will register lower amounts of AC voltage. Also, if necessary, the system can
use a fuel injector control wire for engine speed sensing. Common locations for a
tachometer wire are the ignition coil itself, the back of the gauges, engine computers,
and automatic transmission computers.
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warning! On vehicles with air bags or supplemental
restraint systems (SRS) you may notice a bright yellow
tube with small wires in it marked SRS underneath the
steering column near the key cylinder. DO NOT tamper or unplug these for any reason to prevent costly damages to your vehicle or personal injury. Tampering may
cause unintended deployment of airbags, resulting in
injury.
IMPORTANT! Do not use any testing tool other than a digital multi-meter to prevent
costly damage to the vehicle. Use of a test light may cause grounding of sensitive electrical components that can damage the on-board vehicle computer and processors
resulting in substantial cost for replacement.
How to find a tachometer wire with your multimeter:
1.
Set to ACV or AC voltage (12V or 20V is fine).
2.
Attach the (-) probe of the meter to chassis ground.
3.
Start and run the vehicle.
4.
Probe the wire you suspect of being the tachometer wire with the red probe of
the meter.
5.
If this is the correct wire the meter will read between 1V and 6V and fluctuate
with the RPM of the motor.
finding the wait-to-start bulb wire for diesels
In diesel vehicles it is necessary to interface with the wire that turns on the WAIT TO
START light in the dashboard. This wire illuminates the bulb until the vehicle’s glow
plugs are properly heated. When the light goes out the vehicle can be started. This
wire is usually available at the connector leading to the bulb in the dashboard. It can
also be found at the Engine Control Module (ECM) in many vehicles.
To test and determine the polarity of this wire:
1.
Set your multimeter to DCV or DC voltage (12 or 20V is fine).
2.
Attach the (+) probe of the meter to (+)12V.
3.
Probe the wire that you suspect leads to the bulb with the (-) probe of the meter.
4.
Turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
5.
If the meter indicates 12 volts until the light goes out you have isolated the correct wire and the wire's polarity is negative (ground while the bulb is on).
6.
If the meter reads zero volts until the light goes out and then reads 12 volts, you
have isolated the correct wire and the wire's polarity is positive.
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H3 harness wire connection guide
harness wiring diagram
H3/1
___ BLACK/GREEN
Automatic Transmission Mode (-)
H3/2
___ VIOLET/WHITE
Remote Start Smart Lock
H3/3
___ WHITE/BLACK
Hood Trigger Input (-)
H3/4
___ WHITE/VIOLET
Factory Alarm Disarm
H3/5
___ RED
H3/6
___ BLUE/ORANGE
H3/7
___ BLACK
H3/8
___ BLUE/BLACK
H3/9
___ BLUE/YELLOW.
H3/10
___ BLUE/GREEN
H3/11
___ BLUE/WHITE
Brake Light Input (+)
H3/12
___ BLACK/GRAY
RPM Input
Battery Positive (5-amp fuse) 12V (+) Input
Third Ignition Trigger (Status Out)
Ground
Negative Switching Wait-To-Start Bulb (Diesel)
Positive Switching Wait-To-Start Bulb (Diesel)
Shut Down (+)
harness wiring guide
h3/1 black/green automatic transmission mode
warning! This system is intended for automatic transmission, fuel-injected vehicles only. Installation in a standard
transmission vehicle maybe dangerous and is contrary to its
intended use.
This wire needs to be grounded when IntelliStart is installed.
h3/2 violet/white remote start smart lock
This wire produces a 200mA negative output when the remote start has been activated locking the doors during the remote start sequence. Connect this to the lock wire
of the vehicle, only if the doors must be unlocked to remote start the vehicle.
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h3/3 white/black hood input
This wire will shut down the remote start if the hood is opened during a remote start
sequence. Connect this to the hood pin switch wire that shows ground when the hood
is opened. Use this wire or, preferably, the H1/3 wire from the control module. Do not
use both wires (H1/3 and H3/3).
h3/4 white/violet factory alarm disarm
This wire will produce a 200mA output prior to a remote start sequence. Connect this
wire to the factory alarm disarm wire in the vehicle.
h3/5 red battery Positive (5-amp fuse) 12V (+) input
Connect this wire to a constant (+) 12V source.
h3/6 blue/orange third ignition trigger (status out)
This wire will trigger an additional relay for a third ignition output or for an immobilizer bypass module. When needed, connect this wire to an optional relay.
h3/7 black ground
Connect the BLACK wire to a clean, paint-free sheet metal location (driver’s kick panel)
using a factory bolt that does NOT have any vehicle component grounds attached to
it. A screw should only be used in conjunction with a two-sided lock washer. Under
dash brackets and door sheet metal are not acceptable ground points. It is recommended that all security components be grounded at the same location.
h3/8 blue/black (-) and h3/9 (+) blue/yellow diesel wait to start
There are two methods for interfacing the remote engine starting on diesel engines.
You can either interface via the “Wait-to-Start” light which will trigger the starter when
the light turns off, or you can use the built-in 20 second timer which cranks the engine
20 seconds after the remote start command is received.
Using the 20 second delay: Using the Installer-Programming for the system, change
the engine setting to “Diesel Engine,” or use the CliffNet Wizard Pro installation software to program the system. The CliffNet Wizard Pro will also allow you to customize
the delay to an interval other than 20 seconds.
h3/10 blue/green (+) shut down
1.
When the intellistart is programmed to Automatic transmission mode (H3/1
black/green is grounded), then connect the H3/10 blue/green wire to the vehicles back up light wire. This wire should show +12V when the shifter is in
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reverse, and show no voltage or ground when NOT in reverse.
2.
When the intellistart is programmed to Manual transmission mode (H3/1
black/green is NOT grounded) connect the H3/10 blue/green wire to the parking brake indicator wire. The wire should show ground when the parking brake
is set, and +12V when the parking brake is NOT set.
h3/11 brake light input (+)
The IntelliStart monitors the brake light to prevent an unauthorized driver from driving the car. The brake light input wire MUST be connected and brake light must be in
working condition. This connection is not necessary if the alarm is already connected
to the brake with the H2/11 wire on the main control module (preferred).
h3/12 black/gray rpm input
This wire monitors the RPM of the vehicle during remote start sequence. Connect this
wire to the vehicle coil’s negative side or the non-common fuel injector wire.
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H4 heavy gauge harness wire connection guide
heavy gauge harness wiring diagram
H4/1
___ ORANGE
H4/2
___ RED
H4/3
___ ORANGE/GRAY
Ignition 2 Output
H4/4
___ GREEN/BLUE
Ignition 1 Output
H4/5
___ EMPTY
H4/6
___ GRAY/ORANGE
H4/7
___ WHITE/BLUE
H4/8
___ RED
H4/9
___ GRAY
Accessory Output (retained)
Battery Positive (30-amp fuse) 12V (+) Input
Not Used
Heater 2 Output (retained)
Starter Output
Battery Positive (30-amp fuse) 12V (+) Input
Heater/Air Conditioner 1 Output (retained)
heavy gauge harness wiring guide
All except the red heavy gauge wires leading from the relay satellite are used to energize high current circuits in the vehicle. It is crucial that these connections are made
correctly so that they are capable of handling the current demands. For this reason,
scotch locks, T-taps and other such connectors should not be used.
h4/1 orange (+) accessory output (retained)
Connect this wire to the accessory wire in the vehicle that powers the accessories in
the vehicle. This wire will retain power for 10 minutes after the ignition key is turned
off, or when a door is opened.
h4/2 red (+)12V input
NOTE: If the factory supplies two separate (+) 12V feeds to the ignition switch, connect one RED wire of the intellistart to each feed at the switch.
Remove the 30 amp fuse prior to connecting to the 12V wire and do not replace until
the intellistart installation is complete. This wire is the source of current for all the circuits the IntelliStart will energize. It must be connected to a high current source. It can
be connected to the battery or the 12V power feed to the ignition key switch (the battery is preferred).
h4/3 orange/gray (+) output to second ignition circuit
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Connect this wire to the second ignition wire in the vehicle.
h4/4 green/blue (+) ignition output
Connect this wire to the ignition wire in the vehicle.
h4/6 gray/orange heater 2 output (retained)
Connect this wire to the second accessory wire in the vehicle that powers the climate
control system. This wire will retain power for 10 minutes after the ignition key is
turned off, or until a door is opened.
h4/7 white/blue (+) starter output
Connect this wire to the starter wire in the vehicle.
h4/8 red (+)12V input
NOTE: If the factory supplies two separate (+) 12V feeds to the ignition switch, connect one RED wire of the satellite to each feed at the switch.
Remove the 30 amp fuse prior to connecting this wire and do not replace them until
the satellite has been plugged into the control module. This wire is the source of current for all the circuits the relay satellite will energize. It must be connected to a high
current source. Since the factory supplies (+) 12V to the key switch that is used to
operate the motor, it is recommended that this wire be connected there.
h4/9 gray heater/air conditioner 1 output (retained)
Connect this wire to the accessory wire in the vehicle that powers the climate control
system. This wire will retain power for 5 minutes after the ignition key is turned off, or
until a door is opened.
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door lock connection guide
door lock harness wiring guide
h2/1-h2/6 power door locks
The system has door lock relays on-board, and can directly interface with most electric power door lock systems drawing 20 amps or less.
identifying the door lock system
For help in identifying the door lock system, please refer to Directed document 1041.
The easiest way to determine which type of door lock system you are working with is
to remove the master locking switch itself, which is usually on the driver’s door or on
the center console. Once you have determined which type of factory door lock circuit
you are working with, and the color codes of the switch wires to be used, you can usually simplify the installation by locating the same wires in the vehicle’s kick panel.
NOTE: Always retest the kick panel wires to make sure they work the same as the
wires on the master switch.
There are eight different types of common door lock circuits found in vehicles (some
vehicles use more unusual systems). The eight most common systems are:
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Type A: Three-wire (+) pulse controlling factory lock relays.
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Type B: Three-wire (-) pulse controlling factory lock relays.
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Type C: Direct-wired reversing-polarity switches. The switches are wired directly
to the motors. This type of door lock system has no factory relays.
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Type D: Aftermarket actuator-driven systems. These include slave systems without
an actuator in the driver’s door but with factory actuators in all the other doors,
since these can be controlled with the installation of an aftermarket actuator.
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Type E: Electronically-activated vacuum systems. This requires special programming of the system.
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Type F: One wire system.
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Type G: Positive (+) multiplex resistor-based circuit.
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Type H: Negative (-) multiplex resistor-based circuit.
at the switch
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Three-wire switches will have either a constant ground input or a constant
(+)12V input, along with the pulsed lock and unlock outputs to the factory relays.
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Some vehicles have no external switch. The switches are inside the actuator, and
instead of pulsing, the proper wires will flip-flop from (+)12V to (-) ground as the
door locks are operated.
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Direct-wired switches will have a (+)12V constant input and one or two (-)
ground inputs, along with two output leads going directly to the lock motors.
type A: positive-triggered, relay-driven system
IMPORTANT! The H2/1 and H2/6 wires are not required for wiring the door locks.
For detailed wiring instructions for these two wires, refer to the beginning of the Door
Lock Harness (H2) Wire Connection Guide section. Depending on the type of door
lock system, there may be additional H2 harness wires that are not used for wiring the
door locks.
FACTORY LOCK
SWITCH
LOCK
#87
#30
ON-BOARD #87A
LOCK
RELAY
H2/1
WHITE/BLACK
LOCK #87A NORMALLY CLOSED
H2/2
GREEN/BLACK
LOCK #30 COMMON (OUTPUT)
H2/3
VIOLET/BLACK
LOCK #87 NORMALLY OPEN (INPUT)
NOT USED
VEHICLE (+)
LOCK TRIGGER
CIRCUIT
15A
#87
#30
ON-BOARD #87A
LOCK
RELAY
H2/4
BROWN/BLACK
UNLOCK #87A NORMALLY CLOSED
H2/5
BLUE/BLACK
UNLOCK #30 COMMON (OUTPUT)
H2/6
UNLOCK
VEHICLE FUSED
+12 VOLT CONSTANT
NOT USED
VEHICLE (+)
UNLOCK TRIGGER
CIRCUIT
TO FACTORY
RELAYS
VIOLET
UNLOCK #87 NORMALLY OPEN (INPUT)
DIA-626
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type B: negative-triggered, relay-driven system
IMPORTANT! The H2/1 and H2/6 wires are not required for wiring the door locks.
For detailed wiring instructions for these two wires, refer to the beginning of the Door
Lock Harness (H2) Wire Connection Guide section. Depending on the type of door
lock system, there may be additional H2 harness wires that are not used for wiring the
door locks.
SWITCH
LOCK
#87
#30
ON-BOARD #87A
LOCK
RELAY
H2/1
WHITE/BLACK
LOCK #87A NORMALLY CLOSED
H2/2
GREEN/BLACK
LOCK #30 COMMON (OUTPUT)
H2/3
VIOLET/BLACK
LOCK #87 NORMALLY OPEN (INPUT)
H2/4
BROWN/BLACK
UNLOCK #87A NORMALLY CLOSED
H2/5
BLUE/BLACK
UNLOCK #30 COMMON (OUTPUT)
NOT USED
VEHICLE (-)
LOCK TRIGGER
CIRCUIT
15A
#87
#30
ON-BOARD #87A
LOCK
RELAY
H2/6
UNLOCK
TO CHASSIS
GROUND
NOT USED
VEHICLE (-)
UNLOCK TRIGGER
CIRCUIT
TO FACTORY
RELAYS
VIOLET
UNLOCK #87 NORMALLY OPEN (INPUT)
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type C: reversing polarity system
Use these instructions if the power door lock switch has four or five heavy-gauge
wires. This type of switch has two outputs that rest at (-) ground.
IMPORTANT! To interface with these systems, you must cut two switch leads. The
relays must duplicate the factory door lock switches’ operation. The master switch will
have one or two ground inputs, one (+)12V input, and two switch outputs going directly to the slave switch and through to the motors. These outputs rest at (-) ground. The
lock or unlock wire is switched to (+)12V, while the other wire is still grounded, thus
completing the circuit and powering the motor. This will disconnect the switch from the
motor before supplying the motor with (+)12V, avoiding sending (+)12V directly to (-)
ground.
It is critical to identify the proper wires and locate the master switch to interface properly. Locate wires that show voltage when the switch is moved to the lock or unlock
position. Cut one of the suspect wires and check operation of the locks from both
switches. If one switch loses all operation in both directions then you have cut one of
the correct wires and the switch that is entirely dead is the master switch. If both
switches still operate in any way and one or more door motors have stopped responding entirely, you have cut a motor lead. Reconnect it and continue to test for another
wire. Once both wires have been located and the master switch identified, cut both
wires and interface as described in the following paragraphs.
WARNING! If these wires are not connected properly, you will send (+)12V directly
to (-) ground, possibly damaging the alarm or the factory switch.
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H2/1 WHITE/BLACK: Once both door lock wires are located and cut, connect
the white/black wire to the master switch side of the lock wire. The master switch
side will show (+)12V when the master switch is operated to the lock position
and (-) ground when the master switch is in the middle position.
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H2/2 GREEN/BLACK: Connect the green/black wire to the motor side of the
lock wire.
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H2/3 VIOLET/BLACK: This wire must be connected to a constant (+)12 volts. The
best connection point for this wire is the constant (+)12V supply for the door lock
switch or directly to the positive (+) battery post with a fuse at the battery post.
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H2/4 VIOLET: This wire must be connected to a constant (+)12 volts. The best
connection point for this wire is the constant (+)12V supply for the door lock
switch or directly to the positive (+) battery post with a fuse at the battery post.
NOTE: Most direct-wired power lock systems require 20-30 amps of current to operate. Connecting the violet/black wire to a poor source of voltage will keep the door
locks from operating properly.
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H2/5 BLUE/BLACK: Connect the blue/black wire to the motor side of the unlock
wire.
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H2/6 BROWN/BLACK: Connect the brown/black wire to the master switch side
of the unlock wire. The master switch side will show (+)12V when the master
switch is in the unlock position and (-) ground when the master switch is in the
middle position.
(+) 12V
X
#87
#30
ON-BOARD #87A
LOCK
RELAY
H2/1
WHITE/BLACK
LOCK #87A NORMALLY CLOSED
H2/2
GREEN/BLACK
LOCK #30 COMMON (OUTPUT)
H2/3
X
#30
ON-BOARD #87A
LOCK
RELAY
MOTOR (+)
LOCK WIRE
MOTOR (+)
UNLOCK WIRE
VIOLET/BLACK
LOCK #87 NORMALLY OPEN (INPUT)
15A
#87
CUT X
CUT X
H2/4
BROWN/BLACK
UNLOCK #87A NORMALLY CLOSED
H2/5
BLUE/BLACK
UNLOCK #30 COMMON (OUTPUT)
H2/6
VIOLET
UNLOCK #87 NORMALLY OPEN (INPUT)
+ 12V FUSED
7.5A /MOTOR
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type D: after-market actuators
Vehicles without factory power door locks or with single-point central locking only
require the installation of one actuator per door. This requires mounting the door lock
actuator inside the door. Other vehicles may only require one actuator installed in the
driver's door if all door locks are operated when the driver's lock is used.
The fuse used on 12 volt inputs should be 7.5A per motor installed in the vehicle.
#87
#30
ON-BOARD #87A
LOCK
RELAY
#87
#30
ON-BOARD #87A
LOCK
RELAY
H2/1
WHITE/BLACK
LOCK #87A NORMALLY CLOSED
H2/2
GREEN/BLACK
LOCK #30 COMMON (OUTPUT)
H2/3
VIOLET/BLACK
LOCK #87 NORMALLY OPEN (INPUT)
H2/4
BROWN/BLACK
UNLOCK #87A NORMALLY CLOSED
H2/5
BLUE/BLACK
UNLOCK #30 COMMON (OUTPUT)
H2/6
VIOLET
UNLOCK #87 NORMALLY OPEN (INPUT)
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type E: electronically-activated vacuum systems
Type E door locks are controlled by an electrically activated vacuum pump. Test by
locking doors from the passenger key cylinder. If all the doors lock, the vehicle's door
lock system can be wired as type E. The control wire can be found in either kick panel
and will show (+)12 volt when doors are unlocked and (-) ground when doors are
locked.
To interface see diagram below. The system must be programmed for 3.5 second door
lock pulses up to model year1993 and 1 second pulse for model year 1994 or newer.
#87
#30
ON-BOARD #87A
LOCK
RELAY
#87
#30
ON-BOARD #87A
LOCK
RELAY
H2/1
WHITE/BLACK
LOCK #87A NORMALLY CLOSED
H2/2
GREEN/BLACK
LOCK #30 COMMON (OUTPUT)
H2/3
VIOLET/BLACK
LOCK #87 NORMALLY OPEN (INPUT)
H2/4
BROWN/BLACK
UNLOCK #87A NORMALLY CLOSED
H2/5
BLUE/BLACK
UNLOCK #30 COMMON (OUTPUT)
H2/6
VIOLET
UNLOCK #87 NORMALLY OPEN (INPUT)
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type F: one-wire system
Type F door locks usually require a negative pulse to unlock and cutting the wire to
lock the door. In some vehicles, these functions are reversed.
#87
#30
ON-BOARD #87A
LOCK
RELAY
#87
#30
ON-BOARD #87A
LOCK
RELAY
H2/1
WHITE/BLACK
LOCK #87A NORMALLY CLOSED
H2/2
GREEN/BLACK
LOCK #30 COMMON (OUTPUT)
H2/3
VIOLET/BLACK
NOT USED
H2/4
BROWN/BLACK
NOT USED
H2/5
BLUE/BLACK
UNLOCK #30 COMMON (OUTPUT)
H2/6
VIOLET
UNLOCK #87 NORMALLY OPEN (INPUT)
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type G: positive (+) multiplex
single-resistor type
If one resistor is used in the door lock switch/key cylinder, the wire will pulse (+)12V
in one direction and less than (+)12V when operated in the opposite direction.
two-resistor type
If two resistors are used in the factory door lock switch/key cylinder, the switch/key
cylinder will read less than (+)12V in both directions.
determining the proper resistor values
To determine the resistor values, the door lock switch/key cylinder must be isolated
from the factory door lock system. For testing, use a calibrated digital multimeter that
is set to ohms.
IMPORTANT! To ensure an accurate resistance reading, do not touch the resistor or
leads during testing.
1.
Cut the output wire from the door lock switch/key cylinder in half.
2.
Test with the meter from the switch side of the cut door lock switch/key cylinder
wire to a reliable constant (+)12V source. Some good constant (+)12V references are the power input source to the door lock switch/key cylinder, the ignition switch power wire, or the (+) terminal of the battery.
3.
Operate the door lock switch/key cylinder in both directions to determine the
resistor values. If the multimeter displays zero resistance in one direction, no
resistor is needed for that direction.
4.
Once the resistor value(s) is determined, refer to the wiring diagram for proper
wiring.
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(+)12V
CONSTANT FUSED
DOOR LOCK SWITCH/
KEY CYLINDER
LOCK
#87
#30
ON-BOARD #87A
LOCK
RELAY
#87
#30
ON-BOARD #87A
LOCK
RELAY
H2/1
WHITE/BLACK
NOT USED
H2/2
GREEN/BLACK
LOCK #30 COMMON (OUTPUT)
H2/3
VIOLET/BLACK
LOCK #87 NORMALLY OPEN (INPUT)
H2/4
BROWN/BLACK
NOT USED
H2/5
BLUE/BLACK
UNLOCK #30 COMMON (OUTPUT)
H2/6
VIOLET
UNLOCK #87 NORMALLY OPEN (INPUT)
UNLOCK
LOCK RESISTOR
(IF REQUIRED)
15A
VEHICLE FUSED
+12 VOLT CONSTANT
UNLOCK RESISTOR
(IF REQUIRED)
BCM
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type H: negative (-) multiplex
single-resistor type
If one resistor is used in the door lock switch/key cylinder, the wire will pulse ground
in one direction and resistance to ground when operated in the opposite direction.
two-resistor type
If two resistors are used in the factory door lock switch/key cylinder, the door lock
switch/key cylinder will read resistance to ground in both directions.
determining the proper resistor values
To determine the resistor values, the door lock switch/key cylinder must be isolated
from the factory door lock system. For testing, use a calibrated digital multimeter that
is set to ohms.
IMPORTANT! To ensure an accurate resistance reading, do not touch the resistor or
leads during testing.
1.
Cut the output wire from the door lock switch/key cylinder in half.
2.
Test with the meter from the switch side of the cut door lock switch/key cylinder
wire to a reliable ground source. Some good ground references are the ground
input source to the door lock switch/key cylinder or battery ground.
3.
Operate the door lock switch/key cylinder in both directions to determine the
resistor values. If the multimeter displays zero resistance in one direction, no
resistor is needed for that direction.
4.
Once the resistor value(s) is determined, refer to the diagram for proper wiring.
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CHASSIS
GROUND
#87 #30
ON-BOARD #87A
LOCK
RELAY
#87 #30
ON-BOARD #87A
LOCK
RELAY
DIA-270
H2/1
WHITE/BLACK
NOT USED
H2/2
GREEN/BLACK
LOCK #30 COMMON (OUTPUT)
H2/3
VIOLET/BLACK
LOCK #87 NORMALLY OPEN (INPUT)
H2/4
BROWN/BLACK
NOT USED
H2/5
BLUE/BLACK
UNLOCK #30 COMMON (OUTPUT)
H2/6
DOOR LOCK SWITCH/
KEY CYLINDER
LOCK
UNLOCK
LOCK RESISTOR
(IF REQUIRED)
15A
TO CHASSIS
GROUND
UNLOCK RESISTOR
(IF REQUIRED)
BCM
VIOLET
UNLOCK #87 NORMALLY OPEN (INPUT)
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515C Self-Powered SmartSiren
The siren transmits a two-way digital signal between itself and the control unit. If a
thief disconnects power and/or cuts or tampers with any or all of the siren wires while
the system is armed, the siren will sound for five minutes and then reset. Since this will
only occur while the system is armed, there is no need for a siren override key. Unlike
other back-up battery sirens that constantly drain the car battery, Clifford's design
draws charging current only when the ignition is on (i.e., engine running). If the internal battery is discharged, the arm/disarm chirps are muted.
siren installation instructions
NOTE: Using the CliffordWizard software, you can choose from among 15 different
siren sound patterns to customize the siren for distinct recognition.
1.
Firmly secure the siren to the engine bay firewall or fender well using all three
sheet metal screws supplied. Mount the siren away from areas of water ingress
or excessive heat. Point the siren downward to avoid moisture collecting.
2.
Run the cable from the 515C Self-Powered Siren through the firewall into the passenger compartment, being careful not to tear the pins from the end of the cable.
3.
Insert the siren wires into the siren plug as shown in the diagram below.
4.
Insert the 3-pin data harness with the YELLOW and GREEN wires into the
CliffNet Wizard port on the control unit.
5.
Insert the red two pin power plug into the SSPS (Smart Self Powered Siren)
power port.
NOTE: The vehicle must be driven for a total of eight hours after the siren has been
installed in order to sufficiently charge the siren’s back-up battery.
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peripheral plug-in harnesses
super bright blue led, 2-pin white plug
The super bright LED operates at (+) 2V DC. Make sure the LED wires are not shorted to ground as the LED will be damaged. Multiple LEDs can be used, but they must
be wired in series. The LED can be top-mounted or flush-mounted. If top-loading the
LED with a bezel, the LED fits into a 5/16-inch mounting hole. If flush-mounting the
LED from the back of a panel, drill a mounting hole using a 17/64-inch drill bit. Be
sure to check for clearance prior to drilling the mounting hole.
plain-view 2 valet
The Valet/Program switch should be accessible from the driver’s seat. It plugs into the
blue port on the side of the unit. Consider how the switch will be used before choosing a mounting location. Check for rear clearance before drilling a 9/32-inch hole
and mounting the switch.
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mounting the receiver/antenna
NOTE: Be sure not to bundle or coil excess cable as this will reduce the range.
The receiver/antenna position should be discussed with the vehicle owner prior to
installation since the antenna may be visible to the vehicle’s operator.
The best position to locate the receiver/antenna is centered high on either the front or
rear windshield. For optimal range, the antenna should be mounted vertically. It can
be mounted horizontally in relation to the windshield or under the dashboard away
from metal, but range will be reduced. Metallic window tint can also affect range, so
this should be a consideration when determining the mounting location.
After determining the best mounting location, follow these steps:
1.
Clean the mounting area with a quality glass cleaner or alcohol to remove any
dirt or residue.
2.
Plug the receiver/antenna cable into the receiver/antenna.
3.
Mount the receiver/antenna with double-sided tape.
4.
Route the receiver/antenna cable down the window pillar to the control module
and plug the cable into the control module.
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arming/disarming diagnostics
The systems microprocessor monitors and reports all active and violated zones when
arming and disarming the system.
arming
Zones that are triggered at the time the system is armed are reported by an additional set of status chirps called Malfunction AutoBypass. The specific zone bypassed is
then reported by the LED. For more zone information, refer to Table of Zones section
of this guide.
disarming
If a zone is triggered, three disarm chirps will sound. The specific zone that was triggered is then reported by the LED when the ignition is turned on. For more zone information, refer to the Table of Zones section of this guide.
system status chirps
Action
No. of Chirps
Description
Arm
2
System armed.
Arm
4
System armed with hood or
trunk bypass zones 5 and 6.
Arm
2 (5-second pause) 4
System armed with door bypass zone 4
Arm
2 (10-second pause) 4
System armed with sensor active
and bypassed zones 1, 3, and 8.
Disarm
1
System disarmed.
Disarm
3
System disarmed with zone violation
remote siren silencing
While the siren is sounding, press the arm/disarm button once to silence the siren but
leave the system in the armed state. To disarm the system, press the arm/disarm button a second time.
NOTE: If the remote control battery is low, the siren will generate a single low pitched
chirp when disarming.
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multiple event total recall
This will report the last eight system triggers.
1.
Press and hold
of the PlainView 2 Valet switch.
2.
While still holding
3.
The LED will start to blink to indicate the most recent trigger and proceed down
to the eighth trigger. If fewer than eight triggers are stored in memory, the LED
will blink continuously until the system is armed/disarmed or the ignition is turned
on. For more information, please refer to the Table of Zones section of this guide.
, arm and disarm the system, then release the button.
table of zones
When using the diagnostic functions, use the Table of Zones to see which input has
triggered the system. It is also helpful in deciding which input to use when connecting
optional sensors and switches.
Zone - Number of
LED Flashes
Trigger type
Input description
1
Data
Proximity Sensor
N2OTE: The Warning Data
Zone response does not Omnisensor
report on the LED.
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3
Mux 1
Sensor Input
4
Instant
Door Pin Input
5
Instant
Trunk Pin Input
6
Instant
Hood Pin Input
7
Instant
Ignition Input
8
Mux 2
Sensor Input
9
N/A
BlackJax Activation
10
N/A
Alarm power reset
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system features programming
This system has many features that can be programmed to accommodate the user's
personal preferences and make system installation easier. They are listed in two programming grids on the following pages. Many features have default settings that have
been programmed at the factory and are indicated in bold type.
The User Selectable Features grid allows the user and installer to change operational
features through the PlainView 2 Valet. The Installer Selectable Features grid allows
the installer to change input/output functions of the system to integrate with the vehicle’s specific characteristics.
cliffnet wizard pro installation software programming
Cliffnet Wizard Pro provides access to all available system features and some that are
not available when manually programming with the Valet switch. Cliffnet Wizard Pro
is compatible with Microsoft Windows 2000/ME/XP/NT so most programming operations can be accomplished by pointing and clicking with a mouse. This eliminates the
need for programming grids and lengthy programming sequences. For a complete
guide to system programming using the Cliffnet Wizard Pro refer to the Cliffnet
Wizard help menu.
manual programming instructions
Be sure to document changes by taking note of all feature changes made in programming mode.
To enter the User Selectable Features programming:
1.
Ignition on - Turn the ignition to the run position or start the engine.
2.
Enter PIN - Enter the factory preset PIN code of 2 by pressing
PlainView 2 Valet switch twice, then
once.
on the
NOTE: If the factory preset PIN has been changed, the new PIN must be entered.
3.
Hold/Chirp/Release - After entering the PIN code, press and hold
until a
chirp is heard and the LED turns on, then release the button. You have now
entered the feature selection position of the User Selectable Features grid.
4.
Column select - Press
the same number of times as the desired column. After
a pause the siren will chirp the same number of times as the selected column for
confirmation.
5.
Feature select - Press
the same number of times as the desired feature. The
siren will chirp with each press. The feature can now be changed using the
remote control.
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6.
Feature change - Press the arm/disarm button on the transmitter. If the system
chirps once, the feature has just turned off; if the system chips twice, the feature
has just turned on. If the feature has more than two settings, continue pressing
the arm/disarm button on the transmitter to toggle through the settings.
To advance to the next feature in the same column, press
the same number
of times as the desired feature within 60 seconds; to change a feature in a
different column begin at step 4 by entering the column number first and then
the row number.
NOTE: Refer to the Feature Descriptions sections of this guide for important notes and
descriptions of the system features and programming.
7.
Exit programming - To exit programming mode turn the ignition off or wait 60
seconds without pressing the PlainView 2 Valet switch. The siren will chirp three
times to indicate programming mode has been exited.
user selectable features
Then
Press
First
Press
Add new remote
(autolearn)
Auto (passive)
arm off/on
Chirps
off/on/quiet
Set PIN code
(default = 2)
Select siren
sounds
FACT II off/on
New remote learn
arm/disarm only
New remote learn
accessory A channel
New remote learn
accessory B channel
Auto lock
off/ignition/rpm
Remote valet
off/on
New remote learn
silent mode
Auto unlock
off/ignition
Entry delay off/on
New remote learn
remote valet
Auto (passive)
arm and lock
off/on
Siren duration
30/60/90
Reset to default
(except transmitter
and valet code)
Panic off/on
New remote learn
remote start*
Second unlock
off/on
Autostart setting*
New remote learn
(off/battery only/ accessory C channel
temp only/
battery and temp)
BlackJax off/on
Clear all remotes
Not used
*
**
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window down/vent**
This feature is only available with IntelliStart connected.
This feature is only available with optional SmartWindows connected.
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user selectable features descriptions - column one
add new remote (only applicable with Radar 2 remote)
z
Auto-learn new remote controls to the system in the standard button configuration. For more information, see note #1 in the programming notes section of
this guide.
auto (passive) arm - off/on
z
Off: The transmitter must be used to arm the system.
z
On: When the system sees the ignition turn off and the last protected entry (door,
hood, or trunk) close, it will begin a 30-second countdown before arming itself.
After the first five seconds, you will hear two chirps and the lights will flash. The
system will arm 25 seconds later.
chirps - off/on/quiet
z
Off: Chirps will not sound when arming/disarming the system.
z
On: Chirps will sound when arming/disarming the system.
z
Quiet: Chirps will sound when arming/disarming the system but at a lower
volume than normal.
auto lock - off/ignition/rpm
z
Off: The doors will not lock automatically.
z
Ignition: The doors will automatically lock three seconds after the ignition is
turned on unless a door is open at that time.
z
Rpm: The doors will lock when the system sees the engine reach a preprogrammed RPM. The H1/4 VIOLET/BLACK or Intellistart must be connected.
auto unlock - off/ignition
z
Off: The doors will not automatically unlock when the ignition is turned off.
z
Ignition: The doors will automatically unlock as soon as the ignition is turned off.
auto (passive) arm lock - off/on
z
Off: The doors will not lock when the system passively arms.
z
On: The doors will lock when the system passively arms. This feature only applies
when passive arming is programmed on.
siren duration - 30/60/90
z
The system will sound the alarm for the programmed duration (30/60/90
seconds) during an alarm trigger or when the system is put into panic mode.
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second unlock - off/on
z
Off: Second unlock output is pulsed at the same time as the unlock output when
the system is disarmed.
z
On: Second unlock output is active when the arm/disarm button is pressed within 10 seconds of disarming the system.
user selectable features descriptions - column two
set pin code
z
This feature allows the setting of the user's personal PIN code. For more information, see note #5 in the programming notes section of this guide. The factory
default PIN code is 2.
select siren sounds
z
The individual sounds the siren produces during an full trigger alarm can be
customized for owner recognition of an alarm trigger. For more information, see
note #3 in the programming notes section of this guide.
fact II off/on
z
Off: The alarm will respond to zone inputs indefinitely without bypassing.
z
On: The alarm will bypass for 60 minutes zones that are triggered three times
within a one hour period.
remote valet off/on
z
Off: The alarm can not be put into valet mode with the remote control.
z
On: The alarm can be put into valet mode with the remote control.
entry delay off/on
z
Off: There is no entry delay when the system has passively armed. The system
will trigger instantly when a door is opened.
z
On: If the system has passively armed, it will not trigger for 15 seconds after a
door is opened allowing the user to enter the vehicle and disarm the system via
the PlainView 2 Valet switch.
reset to default settings
z
All system settings (except PIN and remote programming) in the User
Programming grid will be reset to their default factory setting as indicated in
bold lettering.
z
Press the arm/disarm button of the TX; the siren will chirp twice as confirmation.
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panic off/on
z
Off: The panic feature is not available.
z
On: The panic feature is available.
auto start setting - off/battery only/temp only/battery and temp
z
This feature is only available with the IntelliStart option.
z
Off: The vehicle will not autostart.
z
Battery: The vehicle will only autostart when the car battery gets low.
z
Temperature: The vehicle will only autostart at a preset low temperature.
z
Battery and temperature: The vehicle will autostart with a low car battery or low
temperature.
NOTE: Temperature and battery calibration and settings can be made only with the
Cliffnet Wizard.
blackjax off/on
z
Off: The system cannot enter BlackJax mode.
z
On: The system will enter BlackJax mode when triggered.
user selectable features descriptions - column three
The features in this column pertain to programming individual transmitter channels in
custom configurations. Following is an explanation of the features. Program the individual transmitter channels following the instructions in note #2 in the programming
notes section of this guide.
arm/disarm only
z
The remote control channel programmed into this feature will arm/disarm the
system only.
NOTE: When programming a new remote control to custom configuration a channel
must first be programmed to this feature before programming the remaining channels.
accessory a output
z
The transmitter channel programmed into this feature will activate the accessory
output.
accessory b output
z
The transmitter channel programmed into this feature will activate the accessory
output.
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silent mode
z
The transmitter channel programmed into this feature will arm/disarm the
system, but the siren will not chirp.
remote valet
z
The transmitter channel programmed into this feature will make the system
enter/exit valet mode.
remote start
z
This feature is only available with IntelliStart connected
z
The transmitter channel programmed into this feature will activate or shut down
the Intellistart remote start system.
window control
z
This feature is only available with SmartWindows connected.
z
The transmitter channel programmed into this feature will activate the vent or roll
down feature of the SmartWindows system.
accessory c output
z
The transmitter channel programmed into this feature will activate the accessory
output.
clear all remotes
z
This feature will erase all remote codes from the system memory. This feature is
convenient for erasing any transmitters that have been lost, stolen, or incorrectly programmed into the system.
z
After entering this feature press any button on the transmitter; the siren will chirp
to indicate that all transmitters have been erased from memory.
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installer selectable features
To enter the Installer Selectable Features grid follow the instructions for the User
Selectable Features with the exception of step 4. Perform step 4 as described below
to enter the Installer Selectable Features grid.
Hold/Chirp/Release - After entering the PIN code, press and hold
until the siren
chirps once. Continue holding for approximately 10 seconds until the siren chirps
three times, then release the button. You have now entered the feature selection position of the Installer Selectable Features grid.
Then
Press
First
Press
Lock pulse
single/double
Unlock pulse
single/double
Lock pulse
duration
0.8/3.5 sec
Delay domelight
off/on
Acc. output A P1*/
Program RPM
P2**/timer A/latch/
latch (ignition reset)
Acc. output B P1*/
Engine type
P2**/timer B/latch/
petrol/diesel***
latch (ignition reset)
One time valet
Program
off/on
SmartWindows 4****
Timer A duration
for acc output A
Acc. output C
Timer B duration
auto-activate
for acc output B
off/arm/disarm/both
Acc. output C P1*/ Timer C duration
P2**/timer C/latch/ for acc output C
latch (ignition reset)
Horn output
pulsed/latched
Auto immobilization
off/on
Not used
*
P1 = Pulsed channel output is disabled with the ignition on or the alarm is
armed.
** P2 = Pulsed channel output works anytime.
*** Only with optional IntelliStart connected.
**** Only with optional SmartWindows connected.
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installer selectable features descriptions - column one
lock pulse single/double
z
Single: One door lock pulse will be output when the system arms.
z
Double: Two door lock pulses will be output when the system arms.
unlock pulse single/double
z
Single: One door unlock pulse will be output when the system disarms.
z
Double: Two door unlock pulses will be output when the system disarms.
lock pulse duration 0.8/3.5 sec
z
0.8 seconds: The door lock pulses will be 800 milliseconds in length.
z
3.5 seconds: The door lock pulses will be 3.5 seconds in length.
delay domelight off/on
z
Off: Smart auto testing will generate a warning to indicate the door is open.
z
On: Smart auto testing will ignore the domelight until it goes off.
accessory output c auto activation
NOTE: The accessory output will not auto-activate if programmed to latched setting.
z
Off.
z
Arm: The accessory output will auto-activate when the system is armed.
z
Disarm: The accessory output will auto-activate when the system is disarmed.
z
Both: The accessory output will auto-activate when the system is armed and
disarmed.
accessory output c programming
The auxiliary accessory output wire (PINK/BLACK) can be programmed for several
different types of outputs.
z
P1 0.8 seconds: The pulsed output is disabled with the ignition on or the alarm
armed.
z
P2 0.8 seconds: The pulsed output will operate any time.
z
Timed: The length of output duration set.
z
Latched: The output on/off controlled by button(s) controlling accessory.
z
Latched (ignition reset): The output on/off controlled by button(s) controlling
accessory if on, will turn off when the ignition is turned on.
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accessory output a programming
The auxiliary accessory output wire (RED/WHITE) can be programmed for several different types of outputs.
z
P1 0.8 seconds: The pulsed output is disabled with the ignition on or the alarm
armed.
z
P2 0.8 seconds: The pulsed output will operate any time.
z
Timed: The length of output duration set.
z
Latched: The output on/off controlled by button(s) controlling accessory.
z
Latched (ignition reset): The output on/off controlled by button(s) controlling
accessory if on, will turn off when the ignition is turned on.
accessory output b programming
The auxiliary accessory output wire (WHITE/BLUE) can be programmed for several
different types of outputs.
z
P1 0.8 seconds: The pulsed output is disabled with the ignition on or the alarm
armed.
z
P2 0.8 seconds: The pulsed output will operate any time.
z
Timed: The length of output duration set.
z
Latched: The output on/off controlled by button(s) controlling accessory.
z
Latched (ignition reset): The output on/off controlled by button(s) controlling
accessory if on, will turn off when the ignition is turned on.
one time valet - off/on
z
Off: Does not allow one time valet mode feature.
z
On: Allows one time valet mode feature.
accessory output a timer duration
z
Start Timer: Press the arm/disarm button; the siren will chirp to signal the start
of the timer duration setting.
z
Stop Timer: Press the arm/disarm button; the siren will chirp to signal the end of the
timer duration setting, or for maximum time, do not press the arm/disarm button.
NOTE: The timer max setting is 255 seconds.
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accessory output b timer duration
z
Start Timer: Press the arm/disarm button; the siren will chirp to signal the start
of the timer duration setting.
z
Stop Timer: Press the arm/disarm button; the siren will chirp to signal the end of the
timer duration setting, or for maximum time, do not press the arm/disarm button.
NOTE: The timer max setting is 255 seconds.
accessory output c timer duration
z
Start Timer: Press the arm/disarm button; the siren will chirp to signal the start
of the timer duration setting.
z
Stop Timer: Press the arm/disarm button; the siren will chirp to signal the end of the
timer duration setting, or for maximum time, do not press the arm/disarm button.
NOTE: The timer max setting is 255 seconds.
installer selectable features descriptions - column three
rpm programming
z
Programs the tachometer input for the BlackJax and door locks. For more information, see note #4 in the programming notes section of this guide.
engine type petrol/diesel
z
This feature applies only if IntelliStart 4 is installed.
z
Petrol: The IntelliStart will crank the engine three seconds after the ignition is
turned on or after input on the wait-to-start wires ceases.
z
Diesel: The IntelliStart will crank the engine 20 seconds after it turns the ignition
on and will ignore the wait-to-start input wires.
NOTE: RPM must be reprogrammed after changing this feature.
smart windows program
z
This feature applies only if SmartWindows is installed.
z
Enter this feature and then follow the programming instructions included with
SmartWindows.
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horn output - pulsed/latched
z
Pulsed: H2/9 YELLOW/WHITE wire will generate a pulsing (-) output when the
alarm is in full trigger. When arming and disarming the output does not operate.
z
Latched: H2/9 YELLOW/WHITE wire will generate a constant (-) output when the
alarm is in full trigger. When arming and disarming the output will pulse as per
the standard chirp pulses.
auto immobilization - off/on
z
Off: Turns the auto immobilization feature off.
z
On: Turns the auto immobilization feature on.
programming notes
Note #1: Adding a new transmitter in auto-learn configuration.
z
Press the arm/disarm button of the Radar 2 remote control; the siren will chirp
to confirm the transmitter has been learned.
Note #2: Adding a new transmitter in custom-configuration.
z
For the arm/disarm channel, transmit the channel of the new three, four, or five button transmitter that you want to control that feature; the siren will then chirp once.
z
For the rest of the channels, press the desired button on the remote to do the
specified feature.
NOTE: When programming a new transmitter to custom configuration, an arm/disarm channel must first be programmed before programming the remaining channels.
Note #3: Selecting siren sounds.
After entering this feature, press the arm/disarm button. The siren will generate a fivesecond sample of each available siren sound. Perform the following steps to add or
delete that specific sound.
z
Add sound: Press
on the PlainView 2 Valet switch while playing the desired
sound to add that sound.
z
Delete sound: Press
on the PlainView 2 Valet switch while playing the
desired sound to delete that sound.
Note #4: RPM programming.
z
Drive the vehicle to an open area and allow the engine to warm up until the
engine RPM drops to normal idle speed.
z
Place the engine in park or neutral and set the parking brake.
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z
Enter the feature and press the arm/disarm button.
z
The lights will flash twice to confirm the engine RPM has been learned.
NOTE: If only one flash is seen, the engine RPM was not successfully learned. Test the
tach wire connection and retry.
z
Turn the ignition off and activate remote start to test.
Note #5: PIN Programming.
A PIN code can have one to four digits; each digit can be from 0-9.
NOTE: A PIN code cannot begin with a zero.
z
Programming Procedure
1.
Enter the feature location in the user-selectable programming grid.
2.
Immediately press and release
3.
Select each digit by pressing
of the PlainView 2 Valet switch.
1-9 times, and then press
the number into the system. To enter a zero, press
z
only.
To program a PIN code of 1032:
1.
Press and release
once and
3.
Press and release
once. You will not hear a chirp after programming
5.
6.
4.
5.
6.
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once. You will hear one chirp.
a zero.
Press and release
three times, and then press
once. You will hear
three chirps.
Press and release
two times, and then press
once. You will hear
two chirps.
Wait for two siren chirps after a five second pause or five seconds after the
last digit has been entered if using less than four digit code number.
Turn off the ignition; the siren will chirp three times.
The programming mode is now exited.
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z
PIN Code Confirmation Procedure
Begin this procedure within 15 seconds of finishing the programming sequence
or the new code will not be set.
1.
2.
3.
Turn on the ignition.
Enter the new PIN code.
Press and hold
for three seconds.
z
LED turns on: New PIN code is learned and programming is
complete.
z
LED stays off: New PIN code is not learned and the system reverts to
the old PIN code. Repeat the programming sequence.
Note #6: Accessory Channels
z
All accessory channels can be programmed to different types of outputs including a pulsed output defeated when ignition is on or the system is armed, a pulsed
output regardless of the ignition/armed state, a timed output, a latched output,
or a latched output that resets with ignition on.
z
Accessory channel C can be programmed to auto-activate with the arm
command of the transmitter, the disarm command of the transmitter, or both.
Auto-activate can also be turned off and activate as a normal addition accessory
channel output.
fact II - false alarm control technology
FACT II will bypass an input zone for 60 minutes if the system sees the same zone triggered three times within one hour, the system will bypass that input for 60 minutes. If
that zone does not attempt to trigger the system during the 60 minute bypass period,
the system will begin to monitor the zone again at the end of the hour. If it does
attempt to trigger while bypassed the 60 minute time period starts over. FACT II will
also bypass warn away triggers for the 60 minute duration.
FACT II requires that you change the way you test the system once you have it installed.
Resetting FACT II requires the 60 minute time period expiring without attempted triggers
or the ignition to be turned on and off. This allows the system to be repeatedly triggered,
disarmed and rearmed, and still allow FACT II to bypass a faulty zone.
NOTE: Remember to reset with the ignition when testing sensors.
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smart power up II
The Smart Power Up II feature ensures that when the security system is powered back
up after being disconnected, the system will resume the same state it was in before
power was lost. For example, if power is disconnected during a full trigger sequence,
the system will still be in the full trigger sequence when power is reconnected to the
unit. If power is disconnected while the unit is disarmed, it will still be disarmed when
power is restored.
remote control sensor disable
1.
Arm the system.
2.
Use the transmitter to bypass the sensor (G5 button twice followed by trunk button).
3.
The lights will flash four times. All warn away zones are now bypassed.
4.
Transmit the sensor bypass channel again.
5.
The lights will flash four times again. The sensor warn away and full trigger
zones are now bypassed.
6.
The sensor zones will reset when disarmed.
auto-immobilization feature
Immobilizer circuits automatically activate after 30 seconds.
NOTE: H1/17 orange ground when armed will not activate during AutoImmobilization.
auto-immobilization sequence
1.
Turn ignition off or disarm alarm.
2.
After 30 seconds the systems Immobilization circuits activate and engage the
starter and ignition interrupt.
3.
LED blinks at ½ normal speed.
Disarm the system when immobilized
Use one of the following methods to turn off auto-immobilization.
z
Turn ignition on and press the arm/disarm button of the transmitter.
z
Arm the alarm and then disarm the alarm.
z
Turn the ignition on and enter the system valet/PIN code.
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one-time valet feature
This feature allows the system to be put in valet mode only until the next time the
ignition is turned off.
ON: Valet mode will be exited every time the ignition is turned on.
OFF: Valet mode will only be exited by using the valet switch or the remote control.
blackjax feature
blackjax activation sequence
When BlackJax is programmed ON, BlackJax sequence will begin every time the ignition is turned on and must be turned off by entering your PIN code. It will then activate again while driving when triggered as described below.
NOTE: BlackJax can be turned off by entering PIN code at any time.
1.
Ignition on (engine does not have to be running)
z
2.
Door Open & Close.
z
3.
System sees input on Zone 7 ignition input.
System sees input on H1/8 or H1/9 Door trigger input.
Press and release brake pedal.
a.
b.
5.
System sees (+) input on H2/11 BROWN/WHITE brake input/output wire.
System then begins monitoring input on H1/4 VIOLET/BLACK wire or
Intellistart 4.
If PIN code is NOT entered within 20 seconds:
z
z
z
System sounds siren and begins flashing parking lights.
Brake lights continue to flash.
The system will now immobilize as described in steps 6-7.
6.
If system sees the RPM rate return to 1 ½ times programmed RPM rate or lower,
the system will immobilize the vehicle as described in step 7.
7.
Vehicle Immobilization:
z
z
z
immobilizer will engage the starter and ignition circuits.
The siren will continue to sound and the parking and brake lights will flash
for a maximum of 5 minutes.
Immobilization circuits will remain active until correct PIN code is entered.
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blackjax deactivation sequence
To deactivate BlackJax turn the key on and then enter the PIN code at any time.
bypass blackjax temporarily (if on in program grid)
Bypass BlackJax temporarily
1.
Turn ignition on.
2.
Enter PIN code. Do not enter valet or programming mode.
3.
Within 10 seconds: Press lock/unlock button of remote control.
4.
Siren chirps 1 time as confirmation of BlackJax bypassed.
5.
Turn Ignition Off, siren chirps 3 times as confirmation of exiting programming.
NOTE: If ignition remains on after entering PIN code and no action for 10 seconds,
unit will automatically exit programming mode without chirps.
To return to normal BlackJax Operation
1.
Turn ignition on.
2.
Enter Pin code.
3.
Within 10 seconds: Press lock/unlock button of remote control.
4.
Siren chirps 2 times as confirmation of BlackJax active.
5.
Turn ignition off, siren chirps 3 times as confirmation of exiting programming.
NOTE: If ignition remains on after entering PIN code and no action for 10 seconds,
unit will automatically exit programming mode without chirps.
blackjax off warning indicator
Each time the ignition is turned off when BlackJax is bypassed the LED will blink 10
times as a visual reminder.
sensors
tilt sensor
The 507M Tilt Sensor is used to compliment the level of security provided by the shock
sensors found on most alarm systems. The tilt sensor detects when the vehicle is being
raised in an attempt to either remove the wheels/tires or tow the vehicle. The 507M
is capable of independently learning the vehicle’s initial inclination angles each time
the vehicle is parked, ensuring the most accurate tilt sensing possible.
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mounting the tilt sensor
The sensor control module must be mounted at an angle no greater than 45 degrees,
with respect to the horizontal plane of the vehicle, and it must be mounted with the
case top facing upward. We recommend mounting the control module to the floor of
the vehicle. To mount the control module, fasten the unit with either Velcro or screws.
BLACK LOOP
ORANGE
RED
BLUE
TILT SENSOR
WHITE LOOP
504C SHOCK SENSOR
TM
RED
ORANGE
BLUE (ZONE 3)
BLUE (ZONE 8)
SHOCK SENSOR PORT
BLUE
BLUE
ORANGE
RED
OPTIONAL
programming the sensor
The unit has 2 wire loops (one WHITE and the other BLACK) for setting both the tilt
threshold and the arming delay. The 2 wire loops are located on the side of the sensor next to the harness plug.
tilt sensitivity threshold
The BLACK loop controls the tilt sensitivity threshold that detects when the vehicle is
being lifted. A 1-degree threshold is the default setting for extreme sensitivity. If the
BLACK loop is cut, then a 3-degree threshold is selected for normal sensitivity.
arming delay
The WHITE loop sets the amount of time the sensor waits before it will become active.
A 10-second delay is the default setting. If the WHITE loop is cut, then a 2-minute
delay is selected before becoming active.
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remote adjustable proximity sensor
The proximity sensor input circuitry has been improved for G5 so the sensor only has
power when the alarm is armed. While driving this protects highly sensitive vehicle
electronics (i.e. radar detectors) that can be affected by outside interference. However,
this does change the way the sensor is adjusted but will not affect normal operation
of the sensor.
locating the proximity sensor
Inside the vehicle's headliner is the optimal mounting location for this sensor and
should always be the first choice. The sensor should face down, centered side to side,
with the wire harness exiting toward the front of the vehicle.
If headliner mounting is not possible, the sensor can be placed in a lower area of the
vehicle, but field size and sensitivity may be affected. The armrest of the center console may be appropriate.
NOTE: Never place the sensor behind any metal brackets or under console pockets
that will have coins or other metal objects in it.
adjusting the proximity sensor
It is recommended that adjustments be performed away from fluorescent lighting,
large metal structures, or confined areas that can affect the sensor field. The proximity sensor field takes about one to two minutes to settle after it receives power. Make
the first adjustment with the remote control after about 45 seconds. If the alarm does
not see an adjustment signal, it will exit adjustment mode after 60 seconds. Make the
adjustments slowly to let the sensor field settle. Each zone has 32 settings that are indicated by chirps that raise and lower in frequency as adjustments are made.
If the alarm exits adjustment mode automatically it will revert to its previous settings.
To lock in the new settings, you MUST exit using the
button after programming!
The total adjustment time for this sensor should be 5 minutes or less. Taking the time
to properly adjust this state-of-the-art sensor will give your customer years of unsurpassed security and stop any returns for further adjustments.
1.
Disarm system
2.
Transmit Channel 16. (Press
z
z
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3 times then
1 time)
The LED will turn on and the siren will chirp 1 time.
Primary (full trigger) zone adjustment has now been entered.
Primary zone can now be adjusted.
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3.
To adjust Primary Zone
z
Press
z
Press
of the remote control to decrease sensitivity.
The sensor Primary zone can be tested at any time during adjustment and
will generate 1 siren chirp each time the zone is activated.
z
4.
Press
z
z
z
5.
to adjust Warn-Away zone
Siren chirps 1 time.
Warn-away Zone adjustment has now been entered.
Warn-away Zone can now be adjusted.
To adjust Warn-away Zone
z
Press
z
Press
to decrease sensitivity.
The sensor Warn-away zone can be tested at any time during adjustment
and will generate 1 siren chirp each time the zone is activated.
z
6.
of the remote control to increase sensitivity.
to increase sensitivity.
Press
of the remote control to return to Primary zone adjustment and lock
in Warn Away zone setting.
z
z
z
z
z
Siren chirps 2 times.
Primary zone can now be re-adjusted as described in step 3.
Or press
again to lock in primary zone setting and exit
programming mode.
The siren will chirp 3 times when sensor adjustment mode has been exited.
Auto-scroll for adjusting sensitivity - press and hold
or
to
increase or decrease sensitivity setting several levels rapidly.
remote adjustable omnisensor
The Omnisensor is designed for ease of adjustment by the user and to give the ultimate in impact detection without the possibility of false triggers that are common with
less sophisticated sensor.
Installing the omnisensor
The omnisensor can be located in either the passenger or engine compartment. It must
be firmly mounted with the indicator arrow pointing UP to a vertical metal surface. For
best results it must be secured sheet metal screws using ALL FOUR mounting points.
Adjusting the omnisensor
While adjusting this sensor it is required that you strike the vehicle with the amount
force that is desired for the system to trigger.
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CAUTION! DO NOT strike window glass or flat sheet metal panels that can dent easily. It is recommended that you only strike the metal pillars between the windows, they
are structurally sound enough not to dent. ONLY strike the pillars using the heel of your
hand, it is more than sufficient for the sensor distinguish as a theft attempt.
1.
Disarm system.
2.
Transmit Channel 15 (Press
3 times then
1 time).
The LED will turn on and the siren will chirp 1 time.
z
Sensor test and adjustment mode is entered.
To test Primary (full trigger) zone.
z
3.
z
z
z
z
4.
To adjust Primary zone.
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
5.
z
z
z
z
z
Press
.
Siren will chirp 2 times.
Hit vehicle.
Siren chirps 1 time if hit hard enough to activate sensor.
To adjust Warn-away zone.
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
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Press
.
Siren chirps 1 time.
Warn-away zone adjustment is entered.
To test Warn-away zone.
z
7.
Press
of the remote control.
Siren chirps 2 times.
Sensor adjustment mode is entered.
Hit vehicle at the desired level of impact.
Sensor adjusts itself to the force of Hit.
Siren chirps 1 time as confirmation of adjustment.
Press
of the remote control to lock adjustment.
To adjust Warn-away zone.
z
6.
Press
of the remote control.
Siren will chirp 2 times.
Hit vehicle.
Siren chirps 1 time if hit hard enough to activate sensor.
Press
.
Siren chirps 2 times.
Sensor adjustment mode is entered.
Hit vehicle at the desired level of impact.
Sensor adjusts itself to the force of Hit.
Siren chirps 1 time as confirmation of adjustment.
Press
to lock adjustment.
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8.
Press
z
z
z
z
to re-enter Primary zone adjustment.
Siren chirps 2 times.
Primary zone can now be re-adjusted as described in #4.
Or press
again to exit programming mode.
The siren will chirp 3 times when sensor adjustment mode has been exited.
Note: You must wait 15 seconds for omnisensor to become active after arming.
troubleshooting
Sensors do not trigger the alarm.
z
Has the FACT II system been triggered? To check this, turn the ignition key on
and off to clear the FACT II from memory, and then retest the shock sensor. For
a detailed description of FACT II, see the FACT II: False Alarm Control
Technology section of this guide.
Closing the door triggers the system, but opening the door does not.
z
Have you correctly identified the type of door switch system? This happens often
when the wrong door input has been used.
The system will not passively arm until it is remotely armed and then disarmed.
z
Are the door inputs connected? Is a BLUE wire connected to the door trigger wire
in the vehicle? The GREEN H1/9 or the VIOLET H1/8 should be used instead.
The PlainView 2 Valet switch does not work.
z
Is the quick disconnect plugged in correctly?
z
Is it plugged into the correct socket?
z
Check the System Features Learn Routine for the default PIN code.
z
Has the PIN code been changed?
The status LED does not work.
z
Make sure that it is plugged in. (See the Plug-In Harnesses section of this guide.)
Is the LED plugged into the correct socket?
z
Is the quick disconnect plugged in correctly?
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wiring reference section
control module connector locations
AvantGuard 5.1
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H1 connector
WHITE - Light Flash Output
WHITE - Light Flash Output
BLACK/WHITE - Domelight Supervision Output 30
WHITE/RED - Light Flash Input
RED/WHITE - (-) Accessory Output A (200mA)
BROWN - Speaker Output 2
ORANGE - Ground When Armed Output (-) 500mA
RED - 12V Input
EMPTY
18-Pin Primary Harness
BLACK - Ground
GREEN - (-) Door Trigger Input - Zone 4
BROWN - Speaker Output 1
VIOLET - (+) Door Trigger Input - Zone 4
BLUE - (-) Trunk Trigger Input - Zone 5
GRAY - (-) Hood Trigger Input Zone 6
WHITE/BLUE - (-) Accessory B Output (200mA)
EMPTY
GREEN/WHITE - (-) Normally Closed Zone 6
H2 connector
YELLOW/WHITE - (-) Horn Honk Output (200mA)
BROWN/RED - Brake Light (+) 12V Input
PINK/BLACK - (-) Accessory Output C (200mA)
BROWN/WHITE - Brake Light Output
BLACK/WHITE - Domelight Supervision Input (87)
BLUE/WHITE - Second Unlock Output (200mA)
12-Pin Secondary Harness
WHITE/BLACK - Lock 87A (Normally Closed)
BROWN/BLACK - Unlock 87A (Normally Closed)
GREEN/BLACK - Lock 30 (Closed)
BLUE/BLACK - Unlock 30 (Common)
VIOLET/BLACK - Lock 87 (Normally Open)
VIOLET - Unlock 87 (Normally Open)
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intellistart module connector location
H3
H4
CLIFFORD
intellistart
CliffNet CliffNet
Wizard Wizard
port
port
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intellistart wiring diagram
30 amp
Fuse
Red (battery +)
30 amp
Fuse
To Intellistart
Control unit
Red (battery +)
To System
Module
Gray/Orange (heater 2)
Gray (heater a/c)
Green/Blue (Coil side ignition +)
Orange (Accessory)
IGN - ignition side
IGN - key side
STR - starter side
STR - key side
Immobilizer
Harness
Connector
White/Blue (Starter side starter +)
H4
Connector
Orange/Gray (ignition 2)
To battery
Cut
Cut
Ignition
Switch
Starter
As required
Ignition
Accessory
Heater A/C
Heater 2
Ignition 2
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H4 connector
H3 connector
Positive Switching Wait-To-Start
Bulb (Diesel) BLUE/YELLOW
BLUE/GREEN Shut Down (+)
Negative Switching Wait-To-Start
Bulb (Diesel) BLUE/BLACK
BLUE/WHITE Brake Light Input (+)
Ground BLACK
Automatic Transmission
Mode BLACK/GREEN
Remote Start Smart Lock
VIOLET/WHITE
Hood Trigger Input (-)
WHITE/BLACK
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BLACK/GREY RPM Input
BLUE/ORANGE
Third Ignition Trigger (Status Out)
RED Battery Positive
(5-amp fuse) 12V (+) Input
WHITE/VIOLET
Factory Alarm Disarm
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