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T W O - W A Y 6 - B U T T O N L C D A U T O M A T I C / M A N U A L
T R A N S M I S S I O N R E M O T E S T A R T E R S Y S T E M
W I T H F U L L A L A R M S Y S T E M
AS-6650TW-FM
User Guide
WARNING
It is the responsibility of the vehicle operator to ensure their vehicle
is parked in a safe and responsible manner.
1.
a) Manual transmission: When leaving the vehicle, it is the user’s
responsibility to ensure that the gearshift lever is in the NEUTRAL
position and the parking brake is engaged in order to avoid accidents
upon remote starting.
b) Automatic transmission: When leaving the vehicle, it is the user’s
responsibility to ensure that the gearshift lever is in “Park” in order to
avoid accidents upon remote starting.
(Note: Make sure that the automatic vehicle cannot start in "Drive".)
2. It is the user's responsibility to ensure that the remote starter is disabled
or put into valet mode before servicing.
A note concerning the battery inside the transmitter:
Depending on your usage of the transmitter, the battery can last anywhere between 3 to
6 months. When the battery is low, the transmitter will produce two beeps in a repetitive
cycle. At that point you should replace your battery with a new one. That is why we
recommend that you keep a spare battery somewhere handy such as the glove
compartment.
INDUSTRY CANADA USER NOTICE:
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
To reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna type and its gain should be so chosen that the
equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) is not more than that required for successful communication.
NOTE: The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized modifications to
this equipment. Such modifications could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
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- 2W-FM-LCD-6020-CMB-A-M
- September 14, 2007 -
- MO -
Assembled in Canada
Table of Contents
Introduction ....................................................... 2
Vehicle Presets.................................................. 2
Heater & Heated Seat .................................. 2
Windshield Wipers, Radio & Headlights ...... 3
Remote-Starting Your Vehicle ......................... 3
Setting Your Vehicle Into Ready Mode........ 3
Remote-starting............................................ 3
Driving Off..................................................... 4
Using the System.............................................. 4
Arming and Disarming the System .............. 4
Idle Mode...................................................... 4
Turbo Mode .................................................. 5
Valet Mode with the Valet Switch................. 5
Ignition Valet................................................. 6
Start Attempts Indicator (Valet Mode).......... 6
Remote Valet Mode...................................... 6
“Home ValetTM” Mode................................... 6
Panic Mode .................................................. 7
Quick LockoutTM ........................................... 7
Cold Weather Mode ..................................... 7
Temporary chirp delete ................................ 8
Advanced Features: Installationprogrammable Options .................................... 8
Remote Door Locks...................................... 8
Priority Door Access..................................... 8
Active or Passive Arming ............................. 8
The Starter Kill and the Anti-grind Feature .. 8
Shock Sense, Warn-away Sense ................ 9
Disarmed Notification ................................... 9
Siren Chirps or Horn Honks ......................... 9
Car Finder..................................................... 9
Siren or Horn Chirp Timing .......................... 9
Safe Start...................................................... 9
Home Valet TM .............................................. 9
Ignition-controlled Door Locks...................... 9
Ignition Re-lock........................................... 10
Relock......................................................... 10
Secure Lock ............................................... 10
Turbo Mode ................................................ 10
Remote Trunk Release .............................. 10
Engine Run Time........................................ 10
Extended Run Time.................................... 10
Separate Start and Stop buttons................ 10
Temperature Request (If ACC-Temp-101
installed) ..................................................... 10
Multi-car Operation..................................... 11
Missing a Start or a Stop Confirmation ........ 11
Multi-Level Features (default state) .............. 12
Accessing the Multi-Level Features and
Other Transmitter Functions ...................... 12
Intrusion Codes through the LED Light ....... 13
Troubleshooting Poor Transmitting Range . 13
Using the Remote Control.............................. 14
LCD Transmitter Operation (First Car Control)
........................................................................... 14
Basic Vehicle Operation............................. 14
Transmitter Mode Selection ....................... 15
Time or Alarm Clock Adjustments.............. 15
Cold Weather Mode ................................... 16
Home ValetTM ............................................. 16
Safe Start Mode ......................................... 16
Parking Countdown.................................... 16
*Runtime Options (once the car has been
remote started) ........................................... 16
LCD Transmitter Operation (Second Car
Control) ............................................................ 17
Basic Vehicle Operation............................. 17
Start and Stop While in Safe Start Mode ... 17
Diagnostics – Chirps Table............................ 17
Diagnostics – Parking Light Flash Table ..... 18
Introduction
This system is a state-of-the-art remote car starter and alarm combo system. The system is packed
with advanced features such as priority access to the driver’s door and car finder (commodity
features), last armed state memory in case of power failure (which ensures that the vehicle
remains protected after a power failure recovery) and the safe start children safety feature. With
many advanced functions, this product will satisfy any one your expectations from high-end
commodity and security systems, without neglecting any standard feature commonly offered by
entry-level starters.
Vehicle Presets
Heater & Heated Seat
When leaving the vehicle it is recommended to preset the accessory controls in preparation for the
next remote start. Settings for the blower motor (fan), front and rear, as well as heated seats (if
equipped) should not be left on HIGH. It is recommended to leave the settings on LOW or MEDIUM
instead.
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Windshield Wipers, Radio & Headlights
Certain vehicles require the radio and / or windshield wiper and / or headlight circuits to become
energized while running under remote start. When leaving the vehicle you must ensure that the
windshield wiper and headlight switches are OFF. Leaving the headlight switch ON on certain types
of vehicles could cause them to remain ON even after remote starter shut down, resulting in a dead
battery.
Remote-Starting Your Vehicle
If your vehicle has an automatic transmission, simply press the START/STOP button to remote start
your vehicle. Skip the next steps on to “Remote-starting”.
Warning: If you vehicle has an automatic transmission and the parking lights flash 15 times after
pressing the button, please see your installer as programming will have to be modified.
Setting Your Vehicle Into Ready Mode
If your vehicle has a manual transmission you must read the following indications. In order to
start the vehicle by remote, the unit must first be set to Ready Mode. If the unit is not set to Ready
Mode, it cannot remote start the vehicle.
Please note that Ready Mode can be enabled by the remote or the handbrake, depending on
the option that was selected by your installer. Therefore, you must follow the appropriate
procedure between the two described below in order to set your vehicle into Ready Mode.
Once the system is set to Ready Mode, the vehicle can be remote started and stopped at any time.
The system will exit Ready Mode if a door, the hood or the trunk is opened, if the brake pedal is
pressed, if the parking brake is disengaged or if the ignition key is turned to the IGNITION ON (RUN)
position.
To set the system to Ready Mode:
1.
If Ready Mode is enabled by remote
If Ready Mode is enabled by handbrake
Ensure that all the doors, hood and trunk are closed. Make sure that the gear selector is in the
neutral position.
2.
With the engine already running, apply the
parking brake once and release the brake
pedal.
Make sure to release the brake pedal.
3.
Within 20 sec. of engaging the parking
brake, press and hold LOCK, UNLOCK or
START/STOP on the transmitter.
The parking lights will flash 3 times
quickly and remain lit.
2.
With the engine already running, apply the
parking brake twice and release the brake
pedal.
Make sure to release the brake pedal.
The parking lights will flash 3 times
quickly and remain lit.
Skip to step 4.
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4.
Remove the key: the engine will continue running.
5.
Exit the vehicle and close all doors, hood and trunk.
6.
Press for approx. 1 second either:
a. LOCK to lock the doors and shut down the engine;
b. UNLOCK to unlock the doors and shut down the engine;
c. START/STOP to shut down the engine without affecting the doors.
The
icon will appear on your screen.
7.
Remote-starting
Press the START/STOP button for approx. 1 second. The parking lights will come ON and the remote
control will play a melody to inform you that the system has received your signal. Approximately 5
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seconds later, the engine will start the parking lights will remain on during the pre-programmed
run time of the engine. The remote control will play a second melody to confirm that the engine has
started. If the vehicle does not start at the first attempt, the system will shut down. If your vehicle is
equipped with an automatic transmission, there will be 3 start attempts before the system gives up.
Driving Off
With the vehicle running under remote control, press the UNLOCK button to disarm and unlock the
doors. Enter the vehicle and do the following:
•
Turn the ignition key to the IGNITION ON (RUN) position. (Do not turn the key to the CRANK
position while the engine is running. This would cause the starter motor to re-engage.)
•
Press the brake pedal to disengage the remote starter unit.
You are now ready to drive off.
Using the System
Arming and Disarming the System
To disarm the alarm and starter kill (if installed) and unlock the doors (if installed):
1. Press and hold the UNLOCK button for approximately 1 second.
There will be two chirps if the siren or horn is so configured.
2. The
icon will appear, the parking lights will flash twice and the L.E.D. will flash quickly
to confirm that the doors have been unlocked and that the starter kill (if installed) and the
alarm are disarmed.
In passive mode, the system will rearm automatically 30 seconds after unlocking unless the key is
meanwhile inserted in the ignition switch (see description of passive mode later in this guide).
To arm the alarm and starter kill (if installed) and lock the doors (if installed):
1. Press and hold the LOCK button for approximately 1 second.
You will hear one chirp if the siren or horn is so configured.
2. The
icon will appear, the parking lights will flash once and the L.E.D. will flash slowly to
confirm that the doors have been locked and that the starter kill feature (if installed) and the
alarm are armed.
Idle Mode
Convenience feature: Idle mode allows you to keep the engine running and the doors
locked while you stop, for example, at a convenience store or for a short delivery.
This feature allows you to let the remote starter take over control of the vehicle (i.e. no key in the
ignition switch) while the engine is running. For example, if you stop for a delivery or at a convenience store, lock your vehicle and leave it running for the length of a run cycle while you are away.
To leave the vehicle in Idle Mode if your vehicle has an automatic transmission:
1. With the engine running, press the LOCK or UNLOCK button (to unlock the doors) or the
START/STOP button on the remote control until the parking lights come on.
2. Remove the key and exit the vehicle. The engine will go on running.
3. Lock the doors if needed.
The engine will go on running until the user re-enters the vehicle or until the expiration of the
Engine Run Time.
If your vehicle has a manual transmission, Idle mode can be activated through the same routine
as that used for ready mode; at the last step, the TRUNK button is pressed instead of the other
buttons:
1. Ensure that all the doors are closed and that the shifter is in the neutral position.
2. With the engine already running, apply the parking brake and release the brake pedal.
Make sure to release the brake pedal.
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3.
Within 20 sec. push LOCK, UNLOCK or START/STOP on the transmitter.
The parking lights will flash 3 times quickly and remain lit.
4. Remove the key: the engine will go on running.
5. Exit the vehicle and close the door.
6. Press the TRUNK button until the system is armed (the doors will be locked if remote door lock
is installed).
If the pre-programmed run-time expires or if the user shuts down the engine by remote control, the
vehicle will get in ready mode.
Caution!!! Do not leave children or pets unattended in a vehicle standing in idle mode.
Turbo Mode
If Turbo Mode is configured at installation, it will allow a turbocharger to idle down after the user
leaves the vehicle: the unit will take over the vehicle and keep it running for 60 seconds (or until it
is shut down by remote control), then shut down the engine and set the Remote Car Starter to
Ready Mode.
If your vehicle has an automatic transmission, proceed as follows to set the system in
Turbo Mode:
1. With the engine already running, press the LOCK button on the transmitter until the parking
lights come ON.
2. Remove the ignition key from the ignition switch. The engine will go on running.
3. Exit the vehicle and close the door.
4. Press the TRUNK button to lock the doors; the engine will shut down after
60 seconds of Turbo Mode.
If your vehicle has a manual transmission, follow all steps of the Ready Mode routine, to
activate Turbo Mode:
1. Ensure that all the doors are closed and that the shifter is in the neutral position.
2. With the engine already running, apply the parking brake and release the brake pedal.
Make sure to release the brake pedal.
3. Within 20 sec. Press LOCK, UNLOCK or START/STOP on the transmitter.
The parking lights will flash 3 times quickly and remain lit.
4. Remove the key: the engine will go on running.
5. Exit the vehicle and close the door.
6. Press and hold either:
a. LOCK to lock the doors and shut down the engine after 60 sec.;
b. UNLOCK to unlock the doors and shut down the engine after 60 sec.;
c. START/STOP to shut down the engine immediately, without affecting the doors
(this will by-pass Turbo Mode).
d. TRUNK to set the vehicle into idle mode
Valet Mode with the Valet Switch
When your vehicle is in valet mode, the remote starter functionalities are disabled. If the vehicle
needs to be serviced, or if you park it indoors, the valet mode will prevent the engine from being
remote-started accidentally.
To put the system i n t o valet mode:
1. Turn the ignition key to the IGNITION ON (RUN) position.
2. Within 3 seconds, press the valet button. The parking lights will flash three times and the L.E.D.
will turn itself on.
— The
icon will appear on your LCD remote.
To take the system o u t o f valet mode:
1. Turn the ignition key to the IGNITION ON (RUN) position.
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2. Within 3 seconds, press and release the valet button. The parking lights will flash twice and the
L.E.D. will turn itself off.
— The
icon will disappear from your LCD remote.
Note: Once valet mode is activated, the remote starter and alarm functions will be disabled.
Ignition Valet
This feature will allow you to remotely put your system into valet mode by using the ignition key
instead of the valet button as above. Ignition valet can be used without a valet button installed.
To put the system i n t o I g n i t i o n valet mode:
• Insert the ignition key into the ignition switch; within 10 seconds, turn the key 5 times
successively into the IGNITION ON / RUN and OFF positions.
• The parking lights will flash three times to indicate that the vehicle is now in valet mode and the
L.E.D. will turn itself on.
— The
icon will appear on your LCD remote.
To take the system o u t o f I g n i t i o n Valet Mode:
• Insert the ignition key into the ignition switch; within 10 seconds, turn the key 5 times
successively into the IGNITION ON / RUN and OFF positions.
• The parking lights will flash twice to indicate that the vehicle is now out of valet mode and the
L.E.D. will turn itself off.
— The
icon will disappear from your LCD remote.
Note: With the ignition valet activated, the remote starter and alarm functions will be disabled.
Start Attempts Indicator (Valet Mode)
This reveals start attempts made while the vehicle was in valet mode. The parking lights will:
• Come ON, go OUT; then
• Flash twice.
Remote Valet Mode
This feature will allow you to remotely put your system into valet mode by using the transmitter
instead of the valet button as above.
Getting i n t o R e m o t e valet mode
• Hold the UNLOCK and START/STOP buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds.
• The parking lights will flash 3 times.
The transmitter will beep once and will display the
icon; the LED will remain on solid.
Getting o u t of Remote valet mode
• Hold the UNLOCK and START/STOP buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds.
• The parking lights will flash 2 times.
The transmitter will beep once and the
icon will disappear and the LED will turn off.
Note: With the remote valet activated, the remote starter and alarm function will be disabled.
“Home ValetTM” Mode
If configured at installation, this feature will remotely set the vehicle to a no-remote-start mode: if
the vehicle is parked indoors there is no danger of it starting accidentally by remote control. The
system must be in ready mode in order to enter in Home Valet.
Note: Once the Home Valet Mode is activated, the vehicle will not start by remote, but the
alarm functions will remain active.
To take the system i n t o home valet mode:
• Press the LOCK or UNLOCK button.
• Within 5 seconds, press the LOCK and START/STOP button simultaneously.
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The transmitter will beep once and the
icon will display.
To take the system o u t o f home valet mode:
• Turn the ignition key to the IGNITION ON (RUN) position.
The system will warn you if someone attempts to start your vehicle while it stands in Home Valet
Mode. The parking lights will:
• Go ON then OFF; then
• Flash twice, pause; then
• Flash twice again.
Panic Mode
In an emergency situation, you can activate panic mode using the LOCK, UNLOCK or
button. This will:
• shut down the engine,
• disarm the starter kill and
• unlock the doors (with the UNLOCK button)
• activate the siren for 1 minute.
• or lock the doors (with the LOCK button),
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Note: See the description of the starter kill option later in this guide.
To activate panic mode:
• Press and hold the UNLOCK button for approximately 3 seconds until the sound signal starts and
the parking lights flash: this will unlock the doors before the sound signal starts.
• Or press and hold the LOCK button for approximately 3 seconds until the sound signal starts and
the parking lights flash: this will lock the doors before the sound signal starts.
• Or press and hold the FUNCTION button for approximately 3 seconds until the sound signal starts
and the parking lights flash.
If the panic mode is triggered while the system is armed in Passive mode, the alarm will sound for
30 seconds. If the system is armed in Active mode, the alarm will sound for 1 minute.
Note: To stop panic mode before the end of its delay, press the LOCK or UNLOCK button until
the sound signal stops.
Quick LockoutTM
(Also called secure panic.) For fast protection in emergency situations, the system will lock all
doors when you press the brake pedal while you hear the sound signal. (Quick Lockout is only
available when panic mode has been set off.)
Cold Weather Mode
If your vehicle has a Manual transmission, Ready mode should be set before entering Cold
Weather. When cold weather mode is active, the engine starts every 2 hours and runs for 3
minutes (or for 8 or 20 minutes with diesel engines). The system must be in ready mode in order to
enter cold weather mode. Cold weather mode automatically ends after 24 hours.
To enter cold weather mode:
• Press and release the FUNCTION button until you hear a beep. Release the FUNCTION button,
will appear, then press and hold the START/STOP button for 3 seconds until the parking lights flash
three times.
The remote control will beep once and the
icon will appear on the display.
To exit cold weather mode, do any one of the following actions:
• Open the hood.
• Start the engine by remote.
• Turn the ignition key to the IGNITION ON (RUN) position.
• Press the brake pedal.
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• Press the FUNCTION button until you hear a beep. Release the FUNCTION button and
will
appear on the display. Then press the START/STOP button for 3 seconds (the parking lights will
flash once).
When the system exits cold weather mode, the remote control will beep once and the
icon will
disappear.
Temporary chirp delete
To temporarily disable the chirp confirmations of the siren upon arming and disarming (e.g. in a
quiet neighbourhood):
1. Press the TRUNK button and the Parking Lights will flash once.
2. Within 3 seconds, press the LOCK or UNLOCK button to arm or disarm without any chirps.
Advanced Features: Installation-programmable Options
The system was designed with flexibility and OEM integration in mind. With its programmable
options, this unit can single-handedly control nearly any electrical system in your vehicle.
Caution: The programming of your system should be left to a professional. Changing any
one of the settings may affect the operation of your system.
The installation-programmable options are as follows:
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Remote Door Locks
Priority Door Access
Passive or Active Arming
Starter Kill / Anti-grind feature
Shock Sense and Warn-away
Disarmed Notification
Siren / Horn Chirps
Car Finder
Siren / Horn Chirp Timing
Safe Start
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Ignition-controlled Door Locks
Ignition Re-lock
Relock
Secure Lock
Turbo Mode
Remote Trunk Release
Engine Run Time
Separate Start and Stop buttons
Multi-car Operation.
Remote Door Locks
If your system was installed with the remote door locks option, you will have the convenience of
remote keyless entry. See section arming and disarming the system, earlier in this guide, for further
instructions on remote door locking and unlocking.
Priority Door Access
If the Remote Door Locks option is installed on your vehicle, this safety feature allows you unlock
solely the driver’s door with a single press of the UNLOCK button on the transmitter; upon a second
press of the UNLOCK button, all the other doors will unlock.
Active or Passive Arming
The alarm and starter kill can be configured either to passive mode (so as to arm automatically) or
active mode (so as to require user intervention for arming). By default, your system is configured to
passive mode. In passive mode, the alarm and starter kill will automatically arm 30 seconds after
the last door is closed. The system will not arm if a door is left open, or if you re-open a door within
the 30-second delay.
Important: When the system re-arms automatically or if there is an alarm condition, you can
disarm the system by simply pressing the UNLOCK button.
The Starter Kill and the Anti-grind Feature
With this added security feature, the system will prevent your vehicle from starting with the ignition
key when the starter kill is armed. If your system was installed with the starter kill option, one will
not be able to start your vehicle with the key unless the system has been unlocked and disarmed
first, or put into valet mode.
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Note: If the starter kill is installed, your vehicle will benefit from a protection against starter
motor damage that could occur after remote-starting the engine should the user, by force of
habit, turn the ignition key to the CRANK position.
Shock Sense, Warn-away Sense
Your system will react to a full shock by triggering the alarm; it can also respond to a lighter shock
(30 % of the strength of a full shock) by giving a warn-away (without triggering an alarm condition).
Note: After a remote start, although the shock sensor is disabled, all the other alarmtriggering zones, such as the doors, the trunk or the hood, may still trigger an alarm.
Disarmed Notification
This feature will notify the user when the vehicle was left disarmed: after the engine is shut down
(with the key removed) and all doors are closed, the siren will chirp once after a 10-seconds
notification delay to warn the user that the vehicle was left unprotected. The notification can be
avoided by pressing the LOCK or UNLOCK button on the transmitter.
The user will likewise be notified after the system is disarmed using the transmitter.
Siren Chirps or Horn Honks
The siren will chirp to confirm basic operations on the System:
• By default, upon locking the doors the siren will give one chirp if no protection zone is active.
• If a zone is active as the doors are being locked, the siren will give three chirps.
• When the doors are being unlocked, the siren will give two chirps if no intrusion was detected.
• If an intrusion was detected, as the doors are being unlocked the siren will give four chirps.
The system can alternatively be set to:
Warning Mode: no chirp during lock/unlock…
• unless a zone is active when locking, in which case there will be 3 chirp upon locking
• or unless the alarm was triggered, in which case there will be 4 chirps when unlocking);
Open Zone Notification Mode: 3 warning chirps if a door is left open 10 sec. after arming.
No Chirp: the siren will not chirp under any circumstance.
Car Finder
(Enabled by default.) When enabled, the Car Finder option will help you locate your vehicle by
generating a pulsating signal through the horn or the siren. To hear the signal, press FUNCTION then
LOCK.
Siren or Horn Chirp Timing
The duration of the chirps can be adjusted at installation (from 5 to 200 ms).
Safe Start
If this feature is enabled, the user must press the START/STOP button 2 times within 3 seconds to
remote-start the vehicle. This will eliminate accidental remote starts, e.g. when children are playing
with the transmitter. If swap start mode is selected, to remote-start your vehicle press FUNCTION
followed by LOCK. The AUX 2 output can be activated by pressing the START/STOP button.
Home Valet TM
If this feature is installed, the user will have the possibility to remotely set the vehicle to a noremote-start mode. See home valet section, earlier in this guide, for full instructions.
Ignition-controlled Door Locks
This is an added security feature. If your system was installed with the ignition-controlled door
locks option, the doors will automatically be locked as soon as the ignition key is turned to the
IGNITION ON (RUN) position while the brakes are pressed. When the key is turned to the OFF position,
the doors will automatically be unlocked.
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Ignition Re-lock
On systems of this series, when ignition-controlled door locks are enabled and the ignition key is in
the IGNITION ON (RUN) position, should any door be unlocked and opened, all doors will be relocked
next time the brake pedal is pressed.
Relock
If you unlock the doors with the remote transmitter, but do not open any doors, hood or trunk, or
turn ignition within 30 seconds, the doors will automatically relock and rearm the system.
Note: When the system is in active arming mode and the relock mode is enabled, the doors
will relock but the system will not rearm.
Secure Lock
Before it can remote-start your vehicle, the system must first disarm the factory security system.
The secure lock feature may be required on certain vehicle models with factory security systems
that automatically unlock the doors when the security system is disarmed. To keep your vehicle
protected when the factory security system is disarmed for a remote start, secure lock will relock
your doors as soon as the vehicle has started. Once the engine run cycle ends, secure lock will
rearm your factory security system.
Turbo Mode
When left in turbo mode, the system will keep the engine running for 60 seconds before shutting it
down. This is to allow a turbocharger to idle down after the user leaves the vehicle. See turbo
mode section earlier in this guide.
Remote Trunk Release
If your system was installed with the remote trunk release option, you can open your trunk by
pressing the TRUNK button for 3 seconds on the remote transmitter or by pressing the TRUNK button
twice within 3 seconds.
Note: When pressing the TRUNK button, the TRUNK will open and the security system will disarm. If
your vehicle is in passive mode, the system will rearm after a 30-sec. Delay, once the trunk is
closed. If your vehicle is in ready mode, it will be cancelled as soon as the trunk opens.
Engine Run Time
(15/20 minutes by default.) If you have a gas engine, your System can be programmed to run the
engine for 3, 15, or 25 minutes (15 minutes by default). If you have a diesel engine, the System
can be programmed to run the engine for 8, 20, or 30 minutes (20 minutes default).
Extended Run Time
While the vehicle is running under a remote start, pressing and holding the button for more
than 3 seconds will reset the run time counter to zero and restart the run time cycle from the
beginning. There will be three beeps and the parking lights will flash three times. The extended
run time procedure can only be carried out once per remote start.
To stop the vehicle, at any moment, simply press the button.
Example: If your remote car starter is programmed for a run time of 3 minutes and your vehicle
has been running for 2 minutes already, pressing the button will reset the counter to zero and
allow the engine to run for another cycle (in this case, 3 minutes).
Separate Start and Stop buttons
The Auxiliary button [ ] can be programmed as the Stop button – Mode 4, Function 3, Option 1
Temperature Request (If ACC-Temp-101 installed)
The user can request the temperature in the vehicle if a Temperature Sensor Module (ACC-Temp101) is installed:
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Press the
button for 1 second and release; you will hear a beep. L-01 will appear
on the screen.
o Immediately press the
button and hold it until the temperature is displayed on the
LCD screen.
Note: to change the temperature from Celsius to Fahrenheit, press
+
+
simultaneously.
Multi-car Operation
This option allows the owner of two vehicles, both equipped with System systems, to control both
systems with a single remote control. To control the second vehicle:
o
• Press TRUNK + LOCK buttons simultaneously: .................... LOCK
• Press TRUNK + UNLOCK simultaneously: ............................ UNLOCK
• Press TRUNK + START/STOP simultaneously: .............................START
• Press TRUNK + START/STOP simultaneously: ...................... STOP
• Press SHIFT ¾ SHIFT ¾ TRUNK: ............................................ TRUNK
Or
• Press SHIFT ¾ SHIFT ¾+ LOCK: ........................................... LOCK
• Press SHIFT ¾ SHIFT ¾ + UNLOCK: ...................................... UNLOCK
• Press SHIFT ¾ SHIFT ¾ + START/STOP: ..........................................START
• Press SHIFT ¾ SHIFT ¾ + START/STOP: ................................. STOP
• Press SHIFT ¾ SHIFT ¾ + TRUNK:......................................... TRUNK
Note: Your remote control must be configured for second car operation by the installer.
Note: In order to access the 2nd car operations with the companion remote, Shift button must be
pressed twice quickly and then one more time followed by LOCK, UNLOCK, TRUNK or START/STOP.
Missing a Start or a Stop Confirmation
If you have not received a Start or the Stop confirmation after pressing the START/STOP button,
simply press the LOCK button. Pressing the LOCK button will refresh the display and will confirm if
the vehicle was started or stopped.
The Start Confirmation Was Not Received
If after remote starting the vehicle no confirmation was received, simply press the LOCK button,
this will refresh the display. If the vehicle was started successfully, the smoke icon and the
hourglass icon will appear as well as the run time countdown. Pressing the LOCK button will also
lock all doors (the lock icon will appear). If the doors were already locked prior to pressing the
LOCK button, there will be no change in the status of the doors i.e. the doors will remain
locked.
• On models where starter kills were installed, pressing the LOCK button will
also activate the starter kill.
• On alarm models, pressing the LOCK button will also activate the monitoring.
The Stop Confirmation Was Not Received
If after remote stopping the vehicle no confirmation was received i.e. the display did not return
to its basic state simply press the LOCK button, this will refresh the display. If the engine was
stopped, the smoke icon and the hourglass icon will disappear and the time will be displayed.
Pressing the LOCK button will also lock all doors (the lock icon will appear). If the doors were
already locked prior to pressing the LOCK button, there will be no change in the status of the
doors i.e. the doors will remain locked.
• On models where starter kills were installed, pressing the LOCK button will
also activate the starter kill.
• On alarm models, pressing the LOCK button will also activate the monitoring.
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Multi-Level Features (default state)
Basic Features (press the FUNCTION button 1X)
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
......................................... aux 2
.................................. cold weather
¾
¾
LOCK:
START/STOP
¾
¾
¾
¾
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
Multi-Car Operation (press the FUNCTION button 2X)
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
¾
¾
¾
¾
:.................. 2nd car lock
:............... 2nd car unlock
: .......... 2nd car start/stop
: ................ 2nd car trunk
LOCK
UNLOCK
START/STOP
TRUNK
(press the FUNCTION button 3X)
Customized Features
(May not be compatible with some vehicles)
Your installer can add customized features such as turning on the radio, opening sliding doors, etc.
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
¾
¾
¾
¾
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
¾
¾
¾
¾
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
¾
¾
¾
¾
............ customized feature 1
......... customized feature 2
........... customized feature 3
..... customized feature 4
LOCK:
UNLOCK:
TRUNK:
START/STOP:
By default, the multi-level features are programmed as follows:
x Level 1 (Basic Features)
x Level 2 (Multi car operation)
x Level 3 (Customized Features)
Accessing the Multi-Level Features and Other Transmitter Functions
x To access a Level 1 feature, press and hold the FUNCTION button until you hear a “beep”; within
will be displayed. This
three seconds of hearing the “beep”, release the FUNCTION button.
display means that you are now in Level 1. Simply press the corresponding button to access
the desired feature.
x To access a Level 2 feature, press and hold the FUNCTION button until you hear a “beep within
three seconds of hearing the “beep”, release the FUNCTION button and press and release the
FUNCTION button once more.
will be displayed. This display means that you are now in
Level 2. Simply press the corresponding button to access the desired feature.
x To access a Level 3 feature, press and hold the FUNCTION button until you hear a “beep”; within
three seconds of hearing the “beep”, release the FUNCTION button and press and release the
FUNCTION button two more times.
will be displayed. This display means that you are now
in Level 3. Simply press the corresponding button to access the desired feature.
x To access the transmitter functions (clock and alarm adjustments), press and hold the FUNCTION
button until you hear a “beep”; within three seconds of hearing the “beep”, release the FUNCTION
button and press and release the FUNCTION button three more times. There will be two quick
“beeps” indicating that you are now in the transmitter functions adjustment menu. The Hour
position will be flashing. Simply press and release the FUNCTION button until you reach the
desired location and proceed with the adjustment by pressing the START/STOP or TRUNK buttons.
Your installer can customize the system as to personalize these multi-level features in an order that
best suits you. Your options are:
Option 1:
Æ
Multi car operation
Level 1 (requires pressing the FUNCTION button 1X)
Æ
Basic features
Level 2 (requires pressing the FUNCTION button 2X)
Level 3 (requires pressing the FUNCTION button 3X)
Æ
Customized features
Option 2:
Æ
Basic features
Level 1 (requires pressing the FUNCTION button 1X)
Level 2 (requires pressing the FUNCTION button 2X)
Æ
Multi car operation
Level 3 (requires pressing the FUNCTION button 3X)
Æ
Customized features
Option 3:
Level 1 (requires pressing the FUNCTION button 1X)
Æ
Customized features
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Level 2 (requires pressing the FUNCTION button 2X)
Æ
Level 3 (requires pressing the FUNCTION button 3X)
Æ
Option 4:
Level 1 (requires pressing the FUNCTION button 1X)
Æ
Æ
Level 2 (requires pressing the FUNCTION button 2X)
Level 3 (requires pressing the FUNCTION button 3X)
Æ
Multi car operation
Basic features
Basic features
Customized features
Multi car operation
Example: If the multi-level features were set to option 3, the set-up would be as follows:
x Level 1 Æ Customized feature
x Level 2 Æ Multi car operation
x Level 3 Æ Basic features
The “Basic features” are now programmed as level 3 and therefore:
x To access the aux. 2 feature, the user needs to press on the FUNCTION button three (3) times
followed by the LOCK button.
x To access cold weather mode, the user needs to press on the FUNCTION button three (3) times
followed by the START/STOP button.
Note: When using the companion remote, Shift button must be pressed twice quickly the first time.
For instance, to access customized feature 1, press SHIFT twice quickly, SHIFT and SHIFT again
followed by Lock.
Note: If the multi-level features have been modified from their default state by your installer, the
SHIFT button may have to be pressed once, twice or three times, according to the option you chose
Intrusion Codes through the LED Light
If there has been an intrusion in the vehicle while it was locked and armed, the LED will provide an
intrusion code matching the type of the intrusion that took place. Disarm the alarm (UNLOCK) to
identify the intrusion. The LED intrusion codes are flashed in continuous loops:
2 x = Doors intrusion
3 x = Shock Sense
4 x = Hood
5 x = Panic
6 x = Ignition
7 x = Trunk
The alarm diagnostic by LED projects a LED flash sequence immediately after disarming and will
remain in that state of alarm memory until the ignition is turned ON.
Troubleshooting Poor Transmitting Range
Many factors may affect the operating range of the transmitter. Some of these are:
• The condition of the battery in the transmitter.
• The operating environment (for example: downtown radio-frequency noise, airports, cellular
phone towers…)
• Metal: any type of metal will affect operating range. This includes the metal in the car.
• The shape of the vehicle can affect range as well; vans in general have an especially poor
range.
• The shape of the roof and A-pillars brings about considerable radio-frequency deflection (in
this case the signal from the remote control). As a result, the direction in which the vehicle is
facing in relation to the remote control can affect the range. Straight on – standing in front of
the vehicle – generally gives you the greatest range; the second best performance is from the
back. Using the remote control from either side of the vehicle will usually give the lowest
range.
• The range will be significantly lower in a crowded parking lot than in open space.
• Always hold the transmitter high, approximately at shoulder height. Holding the transmitter
against your chin will also increase your range: your head acts as an antenna.
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• The operating range will be somewhat lower on vehicles equipped with an aftermarket or
factory alarm.
Using the Remote Control
Function Button:
. Turns On the backlight
. For accessing Multi-level
functions
AUXILIARY Button
. Activates AUX 2
. Or Stops the engine (If
programmed as Stop
Button)
LOCK Button:
Locks all Doors and
arms the Starter Kill
UNLOCK Button:
Unlocks all Doors and
disarms the Starter Kill
TRUNK Button:
Activates the Trunk
output (AUX 3)
START/STOP Button:
. Starts or Stops the engine (Normal functions)
. Starts the engine ONLY (if the Auxiliary Button is
programmed as STOP Button)
The transmitter offers several command-confirmation and timer features. This section explains
some of the key functions available on the remote control. Next section gives a summary of the
button combinations used to access the functions.
Note:
If you wish to exit a function, while still in the process of accessing it, simply stop
and wait for at least 10 seconds: the transmitter will return to its normal state.
LCD Transmitter Operation (First Car Control)
Basic Vehicle Operation
LOCK
1 Beep
UNLOCK
2 Beeps
TRUNK or AUX 3
START *
(see Runtime
Options below)
STOP
1 Beep
INSTRUCTIONS
/DESCRIPTION
Locks the doors
and arms the Starter Kill (if
installed) and the alarm.
Unlocks the doors and disarms
the Starter Kill (if installed) and
the alarm.
Trunk output
Melody
Starts the engine
None
Melody
None
AUX 2 = 1 beep…1 beep
STOP = Melody
Stops the engine
Activates AUX 2 (by default) or
stops the engine (if
programmed as STOP button).
FUNCTION
AUX 2 or STOP
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BUTTON PRESSED
ICON
+
BUZZER
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Light ON
ON for 5 seconds
Press the
button once.
Transmitter Mode Selection
FUNCTION
BUTTON PRESSED
ICON
BUZZER
INSTRUCTIONS /DESCRIPTION
Press the UNLOCK button then
press FUNCTION and LOCK
simultaneously
POWER-SAVING
MODE
+
Melody
VIBRATION MODE
+
Vibrates 4 times
ALARM CLOCK
MODE ON/OFF
Press once to switch the Alarm
Clock ON
Press twice to switch the Alarm
Clock OFF
Melody
+
Time or Alarm Clock Adjustments
User
Transmitter
1. Press and hold the FUNCTION button until a
beep is heard
2. Upon hearing the beep, release the
FUNCTION button,
3. Press and hold the FUNCTION button once
more
4. Release the FUNCTION button when a beep
is heard,
5. Press and hold the FUNCTION button once
more until a beep is heard,
The backlight will turn on the moment the
FUNCTION button is pressed.
6. Release the FUNCTION button
7. At that point, press and hold the
button until 2 beeps are heard.
FUNCTION
..............................
is displayed
..............................
is displayed
..............................
is displayed
............ The hour setting will start to flash.
a. Press the
button to increase the value or to activate or deactivate a function or to toggle
through the melodies.
b. Press the
melodies.
to decrease the value or to activate or deactivate a function or to toggle through the
c. To save modifications, do not touch any buttons for approx 10 to 15 seconds. There will be a
beep and the display will return to the time.
Pressing the FUNCTION button
1X .................................Adjust hour (current time)
2X ........................... Adjust minutes (current time)
3X .......................................... Adjust hour (Alarm)
4X ..................................... Adjust minutes (Alarm)
5X ... Melody selection for the ringing of the alarm
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6X ...........Activate (ON) / Deactivate (OFF) Alarm
7X ...................................Adjust hour (countdown)
8X ............................. Adjust minutes (countdown)
9X ................. Melody selection for the countdown
10X .Activate (ON) / Deactivate (OFF) countdown
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Cold Weather Mode
FUNCTION
BUTTON PRESSED
TO ENTER COLD
WEATHER MODE
+
TO EXIT COLD
WEATHER MODE
+
ICON
BUZZER
BEEP
None
BEEP
ICON
BUZZER
INSTRUCTIONS /DESCRIPTION
Press
and release then
press and hold for 3
seconds.
Home ValetTM
FUNCTION
BY PRESSING
or
Step 1 :
TO ENTER HOME
VALET ™ MODE Step 2:
+
simult. within 5 sec.
TO EXIT HOME
VALET ™ MODE
INSTRUCTIONS / DESCRIPTION
Press
1 BEEP
NONE
NONE
BY PRESSING
ICON
NONE
or
; within 5 seconds,
press + The
icon will be
:
displayed and there will be 1 beep.
Insert the key in the ignition switch
and turn it to the IGNITION ON / RUN
position. The icon will disappear after
pressing the LOCK or ULOCK button.
Safe Start Mode
FUNCTION
START ON SAFE
START MODE
X2
STOP ON SAFE
START MODE
+
None
BUZZER
INSTRUCTIONS /
DESCRIPTION
BEEP
Press the button twice within
3 seconds. Or:
Press for 1 second (beep) then
press again for 1 second (beep).
Melody
Parking Countdown
FUNCTION
FOR
PARKING
COUNTDOWN:
BY PRESSING
ICON
BUZZER
INSTRUCTIONS /
DESCRIPTION
+
1 time
Melody
10 MIN COUNT DOWN
+
2 times
Melody
20 MIN COUNT DOWN
+
3 times
Melody
30 MIN COUNT DOWN
+
4 times
Melody
60 MIN COUNT DOWN
+
5 times
Melody
90 MIN COUNT DOWN
+
6 times
Melody
120 MIN COUNT DOWN
+
7 times
Melody
PARKING COUNT DOWN OFF
*Runtime Options (once the car has been remote started)
FUNCTION
ENGINE RUNTIME
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BY PRESSING
ICON
GAS
DIESEL
4 minutes
9 minutes
15 minutes
20 minutes
25 minutes
30 minutes
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LCD Transmitter Operation (Second Car Control)
Basic Vehicle Operation
FUNCTION
BUTTON PRESS
LOCK
+
1 Beep
UNLOCK
+
2 Beeps
START
+
STOP
+
None
+
TRUNK
+
ICON
BUZZER
DESCRIPTION
Locks the doors
and arms the Starter Kill (if
installed) and the alarm.
Unlocks the doors and disarms
the Starter Kill (if installed) and
the alarm.
Melody
Starts the engine
Melody
Stops the engine
1 Beep
+
Start and Stop While in Safe Start Mode
FUNCTION
BUTTON PRESS
START ON SAFE
START MODE
+ X2
STOP ON SAFE
START MODE
+
ICON
+
None
BUZZER
Melody
DESCRIPTION
and buttons
Press the
simultaneously twice within
3 seconds.
Press for 1 second (a melody
will be heard) then press 1sec
and a melody will be heard
again.
Melody
Diagnostics – Chirps Table
Chirps
1
2
3
4
5
Constant up
to 60 seconds
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Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Doors locked, alarm and starter kill armed.
LOCK confirmation.
Entering mode 1 in the programming centre.
Disarmed notification
Doors unlocked, alarm and starter kill disarmed.
Transmitter programmed.
Entering mode 2 in the programming centre.
LOCK and arm while a zone is left unprotected.
Entering mode 3 in the programming centre.
Door zone left unprotected.
UNLOCK and disarm: an intrusion was detected (in warning chirps mode
or full chirps mode).
Entering tach-programming mode.
Entering mode 4 in the programming centre.
Siren or horn chirp timing adjustment
In siren or horn mode: alarm condition generated by an intrusion, by
panic mode or when the system is powered up. The siren will sound for
60 sec.
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Diagnostics – Parking Light Flash Table
Flashes
1
2
2 slow flashes then
8 quick flashes
3
4
5 Fast
6
8
10
When pressing
START/STOP
15 quick flashes
1 – pause – 2
ON SOLID for 3
seconds….
ON continuously
ON 2 seconds
ON 4 seconds
ON 20 seconds
Constant flashes
up to 60 sec.
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Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Doors locked, Alarm and starter kill armed.
Run time has expired.
TRUNK button pressed.
Remote start attempt cancelled by remote.
Doors unlocked, starter kill disarmed.
Exiting ignition valet
Power ON to OFF(Automatic transmission)
• Start signal received by the module.
• Cold weather mode cancelled.
• Exiting remote valet
• Power-up reset.
• Board set from manual to automatic; power
ON
• Reset from Manual to Automatic
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Entering cold weather mode
• Entering remote valet.
Entering ignition valet
• Entering extended run time.
Entering or exiting Ready Mode
+12 V detected on the brake input wire
• Board set from automatic to manual; power
either while cranking or during run time.
ON
Entering multi-speed tach programming.
• Power ON to OFF ( manual transmission)
Tach signal programmed.
New transmitter programmed.
A remote start was attempted while a tach-before-crank signal was detected before cranking.
Unit reset
A ground (-) signal was detected on the hood pin input wire.
• The parking brake is connected to ground (automatic transmission)
• There was a remote start attempt while the vehicle was in valet mode.
• Failed start: vehicle’s low battery voltage.
…followed by 1 flash
•
Entering cold weather mode
…followed by 3 flashes
•
Entering cold weather mode
• Idle mode: Idle mode is engaged
• Run time: The vehicle has been remote started and is in run time.
• The hood has been opened and a ground (-) signal has been detected on the hood pin input
wire.
• Locking or unlocking a door (with Door pulses configured to 4 sec.)
• The hood pin has been flashed and you now have access to the programming options.
• In Siren or Horn Mode: Alarm condition generated by an intrusion, by Panic Mode or when the
System is powered up.
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