Installation guide

1. Installation Tips & Recommendations

1-1. Please be careful not to lock yourself out.

Please lower the glass windows before you starting the installation in case the door locks with the key inside. Also, learn the remote to the brain module after the installation has been completed.

1-2. Use Digital Multimeter for testing

Use a Digital Multimeter for all testing of wires in the vehicle. This should be done on ail wires even if you feel that you know exactly what they are and how they should test. Use of lamp tester may damage the electrical circuit of the vehicle.

1-3. Find Good Ground

One of the most important wire connection is the connection to the ground. Please find a spot that does not have any resistance to the battery ground. Improper ground will result in malfunction of the system.

1-4. Make sure your installation does not become a driving hazard later to the driver.

During installation process, please try to foresee there are any potential problems to the driver later.

  1. Potential Driving Hazards

    There should be no wiring around the brake.

  2. Connection problem or Insulation problem

    Please make sure all the connections are done by soldering and properly insuiated by the electrical tapes.

  3. Will any of your installation be affected by the vibration and engine heat during driving?

    Tie securely every components of your installation by use of bolts or cable tie. Be careful not to damage any wiring inside of the engine compartment by the engine heat

  4. Organizing wiring after the installation

    Improper wiring organization will result in making noisy, connection problems, safety hazards.

  5. User's familiarity with operating manual

    Installer should explain the user thoroughly about the system operation.

1-5. Vehicle check-up prior to and after the installation

For your protection, check the vehicle inside and out including all of the vehicle operating conditions and various factory systems to make sure they work properly after installation in the same manner as prior to the installation.

2. Wiring Chart

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3. CN1

No 1 (White): (+12V) Accessory Output

This wire will read (using your digital multi-meter) OV with the key off, and 12V with the key in the accessory or 'ON' position.

The Accessory wire will usually drop out during cranking.

This wire supplies 12V to climate control and other accessories in the vehicle and is capable of supplying up to 30A.

Some vehicles do not have accessory wire - the ignition wire of such vehicles supply power to the accessories.

So don't connect this Wire for such vehicles.

No 2 (Yellow): (+12V)Start Motor Output

This wire will read (using your digital multi-meter) 12V when the key is in the crank position. This wire supplies power to the starter motor.

No 3 (Green): (+12V)Ignition Output

This wire will test (using your digital multi-meter) OV with the key off, and 12V with the key in the 'ON or RUN' position.

The ignition wire will not drop out during cranking of the vehicle.

This wire supplies 12V to the ignition coil and other electrical systems needed for the vehicle to run properly.

No 4 (Black): Chassis Ground

This will be the one of the most important connection.

Connect this wire to bare metal of the vehicle.

We do not recommend using the steering column for a grounding point.

Make sure you strip back the paint or use a factory grounding point.

Bad grounding on this wire will be the beginning of future troubles.

No 5 (Red): (+) 12V Constant

Solder this wire to the vehicle's 12V constant.

This wire must be supplied power all of the time and must be able to with stand high current draw.

No 6 (Violet): (-)Ignition Output

1. Installation of the solenoid valve for Benz Engines

Benz Vehicle has a vacuum hose underneath of the key ignition harness. The hose is vacuumed when engine starts with a key. To simulate this, a solenoid has to be installed to create vacuum for remote start.

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2. Propane Gas Powered Vehicles

There is a gas valve switch for such vehicles. For remote start, this switch has to be turned on. There are two different types of switch.

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No 1, No 2 (Violet): Positive Signal Light Output

Connect this wire to the (+) signal light wire on the vehicle. This wire will read (using your digital multi-meter) either open or ground before the signal light circuit is turned on and then it will read (+}12V after the signal light circuit is turned on.

No 3 (Yellow): Door Unlock Output

No 4 (Green): Door Lock Output

The following three door lock systems are the most common systems.

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No 5 (White): (+)12V Siren Output

The Black wire at the siren is to be chassis grounded.

The siren volume can be reduced by cutting the volume wire attached to the siren.

No 6 (Black): (+)12V Trunk Output

If the vehicle is equipped with electrical trunk release, the trunk out is connected to trigger the trunk solenoid.

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5. CN3

No 1 (Blue): Negative Starter-Kill output

Please use the pre-wired starter kill relay.

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No 2 (Yellow/Black): Alternator sensing to monitor the engine running

This wire is to monitor engine running. Locate a small gauge wire from the alternator. When tested with your meter, it should show you about 2V when the key is on but the vehicle is not started.

When the vehicle is started using the key, the wire should read about 14V.

No 3 (Red/Black): Negative Trigger Door Open Sense

No 4 (Red): Positive Trigger Door Open Sense

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Please make sure you have found a correct door sensing wire that monitors all doors.

No 5 (White/Black): Negative Glow Plug input

No 6 (White): Positive Glow Plug Input

If you donift connect one of these wires(negative or positive Glow sensing), the system will act as gasoline vehicles.

Only when one of these wires are connected, your system will know the diesel engine.

The differences between gasoline and diesel engine are pre-heating time and the running time(15 minutes for gasoline engine, 25 minutes for diesel engines) when remote starting.

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No 7 (Orange/Black): Negative Parking Light Input

No 8 (Orange): Positive Parking Light Input

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No 9 (Black): (-)Trunk Trigger Input

Connect this wire to the trunk lamp wire as shown below.

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No 1 (Black): (-)

No 2 (Black/White): (+)

7. CN5

No 1 (Black): (-)
No 2 (Blue): Sense
No 3 (Red): (+)
Shock sensor


No 1 (Black): (-)
No 2 (White): Sense
No 3 (Red): (+)
No 4 (Yellow): LED
Remote Pager sensor
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9. CN7

No 1 (Yellow): RX
No 2 (White): TX
No 3 (Red): (+)
No 4 (Net wire): (-)
Antenna Assy

The antenna have been calibrated for horizontal installation at the top corner of the windshield.

Different installation may affect the transmitting distance quite seriously.

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10. Transmitter Learning Routine

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  1. Most vehicles

    Step #1:

    Step #2:

    Step #3

  2. Benz types of vehicles that have vacuum hose underneath the ignition key box.
  3. Propane Gas Powered Vehicles

11. Programming Options with transmitter

  1. Changing Delay Time and Door Lock Pulse Timing

    The factory setting: The delay time between ignition output and the starter output for remote start is 4 seconds.

    The duration of the door lock pulse is 0,8 seconds.

    You can change that through this procedure.

    Step 1: Key=0n, Engine=0ff, then Press button [I+II] for 2 seconds. You will be confirmed by 1 chirp. If you hear 3 chirps, do it again.

    Step 2: Change the setting by pressing one of the 4 buttons as follows. You will be confirmed by 2 chirps. If you hear 3 chirps, please repeat starting Step 1.

    Option Programming Delay Timing Door Pulse
    Button I 4 sec 0,8 sec
    Button II 10 sec 0,8 sec
    Button III 4 sec 4 sec
    Button IV 10 sec 4 sec
  2. Option programming for Anti-Jacking, Anti-Grinding, Signal Light Flashing

Anti-Jacking: The #1 wire of CN3 can be programmed to send a signal to a relay to disconnect the ignition wire of the vehicle upon anytime the vehicle is armed so that the vehicle cannot start or run by a remote or a key. And the running of vehicle can be shut off by remote's panic command.

Starter-Kill and Anti-Grinding: The #1 wire of CN3 can be programmed to send a signal to a relay to disconnects the starter wire of the vehicle upon arming and upon remote-start to prevents you from re-cranking the starter on a remote - started vehicle.

Signal Light Flashing: This mode makes the signal lights flash if any of the doors remains open while the vehicle is not armed.

The factory setting is Anti-Jacking mode and Signal Light Flashing.

You can change this setting as follows:

Step 1: Key=On, Engine=Off; then press button [I+V] at the same time for 2 seconds. Confirmation: 1 chirp; if you hear 3 chirps, repeat step 1.

Step 2: Press one of the 4 buttons. You will be confirmed by 2 chirps. If you hear 3 chirps, Please go back to the step 1.

Option Programming Mode Light Flashing
Button #I Anti-Jacking Light Flashing
Button #II Anti-Jacking X
Button #III Anti-Grinding Light Flashing
Button #IV Anti-Grinding X