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CS400 DIRECTSTART

REMOTE CAR STARTER + ALARM

CS400  VERSION 412

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CS423

DIRECTSTART

 

REMOTE CAR STARTER

 

w/ 3 ZONE INTRUSION ALARM OPTIONS

   INSTALLATION  MANUAL

DIRECTSTART

MANUFACTURED FOR 12VOLT DIRECT

Div. Of TRILOGIX ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS INC.

www.12voltdirect.com

 


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INSTALLATION INFO

System Wiring
Transmitter Programming: How to
System Programming: How to, Example, 
Bank I Programming: Basic features.
Bank II Programming: Remote start features
Tach Programming: Tach Setting, Adjusting, Engine Crank  Protection
Diesel Installation: Description of Options
Safety device Connections: Automatic & Manual transmission Vehicles
Parking Light Status indicators: Flash Codes, # of light flashes & description
Main Wiring Diagram: Wiring Schematic

SYSTEM CONTENTS

1-Base Control Module

1-Instructions - Owners,Install,Warranty

1-6 Pin Main Power Harness & Connector

1-14 Pin Input/Output Harness & Connector

1-3 Button Transmitter (Optional 2

nd

 Transmitter)

1-3 Pin RF Powered Antenna

WARNING:   This unit must be installed with all safety devices supplied!!

Transmitter Battery Replacement

1) Remove screw(s) from back of transmitter. 2) Remove front cover and remove old battery carefully.3)
Replace with new GPA23A 12 volt battery.  Verify polarity (+ -).  Normal battery life is approximately two years
but can vary depending on use.  For best performance change battery once a year.

MANUAL TRANSMISSION VEHICL

MANUAL TRANSMISSION VEHICL

MANUAL TRANSMISSION VEHICL

MANUAL TRANSMISSION VEHICLES

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If remote starter is installed on a manual transmission vehicle, a “READY MODE” safety procedure
must be followed EACH  time you exit the vehicle. The safety procedure is in place to REMIND the user
to leave the vehicle in NEUTRAL and NOT in gear before remote starting. If safety procedure is not
completed, vehicle WILL NOT remote start but all other options will function normally.

* AN ON-BOARD JUMPER MUST BE REMOVED TO ACTIVATE MANUAL TRANSMISSION PROGRAMMING AND
SAFETY FEATURES. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN UNSAFE OPERATION WHICH COULD RESULT IN
INJURY OR DEATH. INSTALLATION  IN MANUAL TRANSMISSION VEHICLES IS AT THE SOLE DISCRETION OF
THE USER. TRILOGIX ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS INC. CANNOT VALIDATE NOR ENSURE THAT ANY OR ALL SAFETY
REQUIREMENTS ARE MET DURING INSTALLATION AND THEREFORE ACCEPTS NO RESPONSIBILTY FOR THE
INSTALLATION OF ANY REMOTE CAR STARTER IN A MANUAL TRANSMISSION VEHICLE.  DO NOT INSTALL IN
CONVERTIBLES, SOFT-TOPS OR VEHICLES IN WHICH DOORS CAN BE REMOVED AND DOOR SWITCH
DISABLED.

START – BUTTON # II

UNLOCK – BUTTON # III

LOCK – BUTTON # I

 


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TACH PROGRAMMING

 

(MANDATORY)

*NOTE THIS IS THE FIRST THING YOU SHOULD DO AFTER ALL WIRE CONNECTIONS HAVE BEEN MADE. At least one
transmitter must be programmed inorder to proceed with TACH programming. If transmitter is not programmed proceed to
Transmitter programming (page #4)  then return to complete tach programming first before changing any function settings or
adding additional transmitters

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To enter Tach Programming:
A) 

Open the hood.  - Violet Hood switch wire (J2-Pin#14)  must see a ground.

B) 

Start the vehicle manually using the key and let the engine reach a normal idle.

C) 

Press and hold the brake, then press and hold (START) button # II  for 4 seconds or until
the parking lights go off.  Park lights should come back on to indicate system has
detected proper tach wire connection. * Continue to hold the brake down.

D) 

Turn the ignition key off but DO NOT RELEASE THE BRAKE. Parking lights will flash 2
time fast then 2 time slowly.

* If vehicle over or under cranks follow Tach Adjustment instructions below.
 

**

 If parking lights flash 8 times then vacuum mode was selected (Bank II, Function 6, Option

2) and the system will exit tach programming.

TACH ADJUSTMENT

: If engine overcranks or undercranks, follow steps below:

1)  With the hood open and the Ignition key in the ON position, Press and hold the brake, then
press and hold button II (Start) for 4 seconds or until the parking lights go off.
2) Turn ignition off but do not release the brake. Parking lights will flash 1 to 7 times
according to actual programmed tach setting.
3) Press and release (LOCK) button I  between 1 and 7 times to select the actual tach setting
you wish to program.  Eg. Press Lock 3 times to select a tach setting of 3.
4) To save new setting Press and release the (START) button II  to save that setting. The
parking lights will flash 1 to 7 times according to the new tach setting. 1 second later, the
parking lights will flash 2 times fast then 2 times slowy to confirm and exit tach programming.
Note: To cancel setting, release brake or  close hood before saving the entered setting.

ENGINE OVER-CRANK  PROTECTION

  :

The ENGINE OVER-CRANK PROTECTION feature will prevent the remote starter from operating if
the engine cranks the entire crank time or if the system does not detect a tach pulse during the first
crank cycle.  The diagnostic for this condition is 3 fast flashes when a remote start attempt is
made.
If the unit goes into ENGINE PROTECTION OVERRIDE, verify that the tach wire is properly
connected and start the engine using the key and let the motor run for a few minutes.  Stop
the engine and retry using the remote transmitter.  If the unit still goes in Tach Protect, redo
the Automatic Tach Setting and/or Tach Adjustment programming and/or try a different tach
wire.

DIESEL ENGINE INSTALLATION

When CS400 is programmed for Diesel Time Out (BANK II, FUNCTION 1, OPTION 2) the system
initiates a Glow-Plug Time-Out phase which powers up the ignition when the remote start button is
pressed, then waits for a period of 12 seconds before attempting to (crank) start the engine.

If CS400 is programmed for Diesel Glow Plug Monitoring, (BANK II, FUNCTION 1, OPTION 3) the
system will monitor the glow-plug light using J2-PIN #12 (Brake Input) and crank the engine as soon
as the glow plug light goes out.

 


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TRANSMITTER

TRANSMITTER

TRANSMITTER

TRANSMITTER

 

  

(Description & Operation)

(Description & Operation)

(Description & Operation)

(Description & Operation)

BUTTON #1

 

"LOCK" Icon

Button #I (Lock Icon) is used to LOCK (Optional) electric door locks and/or ARM engine interrupt
circuit  and/or intrusion alarm.  A  LOCK/ARM signal is sent each time the Button #I is pressed.
Parking lights flash once to confirm.  (Horn chirp is Optional).

BUTTON #2

 

 "START" Icon

Button #II is used to Remote Start your vehicle.

BUTTON #3

"UNLOCK " Icon

Button # III is used to UNLOCK  (Optional) electric door locks and/or DISARM engine interrupt
circuit and or intrusion alarm options.  Parking Lights flash twice to confirm . (Horn chirp is Optional)

NOTES:
* You cannot arm the system if the IGNITION KEY is in the ON position.
** Engine Interrupt Circuit can be programmed for PASSIVE or ACTIVE Arming. Bank I, Function 2
***Door Locks can be programmed for PASSIVE or ACTIVE ARMINGBank I , Function 1.
*Note 
 Alarm Settings must be enabled (Bank I, Function 8) in order to activate the Intrusion Alarm
features to be programmed for ACTIVE or PASSIVE ARMING (Bank I, Function 1)  

TRANSMITTER

TRANSMITTER

TRANSMITTER

TRANSMITTER PROGRAMMING

 PROGRAMMING

 PROGRAMMING

 PROGRAMMING

1.  Open the hood. (J2-PIN#14 Violet hood switch wire must see ground )

2. Toggle the Ignition Key ON and OFF 8 times…(Start and Finish in the OFF position)

Parklights will come on solid to indicate system is in Transmittter learning mode.

3.  Press ‘LOCK‘ Button to program (learn) the transmitter. System will confirm transmitter is

programmed correctly by flashing the parking lights (1) one time if Tx is new to the system
or (2) twice if Tx has previously been learned (programmed).

4.  Transmitter is now programmed to operate the system. At this point you have the option of

A)  Exiting programming mode by turning the IGNITION KEY to the ON position.
B) Proceeding directly into Function programming by pressing (LOCK) Button I to

select Bank I Function Settings or (START) Button II to select Bank II Function
Settings.

*NOTE: ONLY ONE TRANSMITTER CAN BE PROGRAMMED AT A TIME, THE TRANSMITTER
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE MUST BE REPEATED FOR EACH NEW TRANSMITTER
.
**NOTE: A MAXIMUM OF 6 TRANSMITTERS CAN BE LEARNED PER SYSTEM

.

System Programming Automatically follows after each transmitter is programmed unless the ignition is turned
to the ON position to exit programming mode altogether.

 


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CHANGING FUNCTION SETTINGS

TO ENTER FUNCTION PROGRAMMING YOU REPEAT THE TRANSMITTER
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:

1.  Open the hood.    (J2-PIN#14  Violet hood switch wire must see (-) ground )

2.  Toggle the Ignition Key ON and OFF 8 times…(Start and Finish in the OFF position)

Parklights will come on solid to indicate system is in Transmittter learning mode.

3.  Press ‘LOCK ‘ Button to learn the transmitter. System will confirm transmitter is

programmed correctly by flashing the parking lights (1) one time if Tx is new to the system
or (2) twice if Tx has previously been learned (programmed)

4.  After the parking lights flash to confirm Tx are programmed you must immediately select

the programming BANK you wish to enter.  BANK I or BANK II

• 

BANK I is selected by pressing the ‘LOCK’ button # I confirmed by (1) one park light flash

• 

BANK II is selected by pressing the ‘START’ button #2 confirmed by (2) park light flashes

FUNCTIONS

FUNCTIONS

FUNCTIONS

FUNCTIONS    PROGRAMMING

PROGRAMMING

PROGRAMMING

PROGRAMMING

• 

IMMEDIATELY AFTER BANK SELECTION CONFIRMATION YOU ARE AUTOMATICALLY
PROMPTED TO THE FIRST FUNCTION SETTING IN THAT BANK.

• 

TO CHANGE BETWEEN THE (3) THREE OPTIONS OF EACH FUNCTION  YOU PRESS THE
“STAR” BUTTON (B) BETWEEN 1-3 TIMES AND THEN PRESS THE “LOCK “ BUTTON (A)
TO ‘SAVE’ THE  SELECTION.

EXAMPLE : TO CHANGE THE DOORLOCK FUNCTION TO PASSIVE DOORLOCKS (BANK I -
FUNCTION #1- OPTION #2)
PRESS THE ‘STAR’ BUTTON (B) TWICE THEN PRESS THE “LOCK’ BUTTON (A)  TO SAVE
SELECTION. PARK LIGHTS WILL CONFIRM WITH (2) TWO  FLASHES.

• 

SYSTEM AUTOMATICALLY PROMPTS YOU TO THE NEXT FUNCTION SETTING ONCE THE
LAST FUNCTION SETTING HAS BEEN CONFIRMED
.

 

TO SKIP A FUNCTION

TO SKIP A FUNCTION

TO SKIP A FUNCTION

TO SKIP A FUNCTION

• 

YOU CAN ADVANCE FORWARD TO A SPECIFIC FUNCTION  WITHOUT CHANGING
PREVIOUS FUNCTIONS BY PRESSING THE “UNLOCK’ BUTTON (C).

• 

EVERYTIME THE UNLOCK BUTTON IS PRESSED THE SYSTEM ADVANCES ONE
FUNCTION (PARKLIGHT WILL FLASH BETWEEN 1-3 TIMES JUST TO TELL YOU WHAT
OPTION IS SAVED IN MEMORYON THE FUNCTION YOU ARE BYPASSING.)

You may exit programming and save changes any time by turning the key to the ON position

!

 


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BANK 

BANK 

BANK 

BANK 1

1

1

1 PROGRAMMING

PROGRAMMING

PROGRAMMING

PROGRAMMING

FUNCTIONS

FUNCTIONS

FUNCTIONS

FUNCTIONS

OPTIONS

OPTIONS

OPTIONS

OPTIONS

1 - Door lock

 

*

Option 1 :: Active door lock

 

Button 2 : Passive door lock (Doors/Alarm lock w/ Interrupt Circuit)

 

Button 3 : Erase all learned code and reset to original default

Note Option #3 will (A) erase all transmitters. (B) Reset factory defaults (C) Exit programming & enter armed state

.

2 - Interrupt Circuit

*

Option 1 : Active Arming

J2-PIN#6 (BROWN)

 Option 2 :  Passive arming (arm after 30 sec. Ign. off

 

 Option 3: Passive arming (arm after 60 sec. Ign. off)

3 - Lock/Unlock Timing

*

Option 1 : Lock 1 sec. / Unlock 1 sec.

 

Option 2 :   Lock 1 sec. / Unlock 2 pulses of 0.5 sec.
Option 3 : Lock 4 sec. / Unlock 4 sec

4 - Prog. Output #1

*

Option 1 : Button 3 (#) - 1 sec. output only if ign. off (trunk)

 

J2 –PIN#4 (GREY)

Option 2 :   Button 3 (#) - 1 sec. output (garage door)

 

5 - Ignition Lock

*

Option 1 : Ignition Lock Off

 

 

Option 2 : Ignition Lock and Unlock

 

Option 3 :   Ignition Lock only

6 - Cold start

*

Option 1 :   Cold start mode enable with 2 hours intervals

        Option 2 :   Cold start mode enable with 4 hours intervals

Option 3 :   Cold start disable

7- Run time                  *

Option 1 :   15 minutes

 

Option 2 :   20 minutes

Option 3 :   10 minutes

8 - *Alarm Setting

*

Option 1 : Alarm & Ignition Tamper OFF

 Option 2 :   Alarm & Ignition Tamper ON

 

9 - Ext. trigger

        

*

Option 1 : External Start trigger enable. No Alarm zone3.

    J2-PIN#3(Wht/ Purple)

 Option 2 :   Ext. trigger input used as alarm trigger zone 3

.

*Note- This input acts as an alarm input trigger only on automatic transmission vehicles. In Manual
transmission mode this input is used as the safety hand brake connection and overrides all other
options.  

*Alarm Settings must be enabled inorder to activate intrusion alarm features. Function 8 above.
**To enable Passive Arming Intrusion Alarm  features  you must change doorlock option to passive
locking (Bank I, Function 1, OPTION 2).

 


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BANK 

BANK 

BANK 

BANK 2

2

2

2    PROGRAMMING

PROGRAMMING

PROGRAMMING

PROGRAMMING

FUNCTIONS

FUNCTIONS

FUNCTIONS

FUNCTIONS

OPTIONS

OPTIONS

OPTIONS

OPTIONS

1-  Fuel setting/

        

*

Option 1 :  Gasoline engine

 Diesel timeout

 

      

 

Option 2 :   Diesel engine 12 sec. Glow-Plug time-out

J2-PIN#12 (Green)~

 Option 3 :   Diesel engine, Glow-plug monitor on brake input

2- Groundout

   

  

*

Option 1 :  500mA constant (-) output when running

J2-PIN#8 (WHITE/GREEN)

 Option 2 :   1.0 Disarm output  

           Option 3 : :  500mA constant (-) output  & J2-PIN#5 will provide a

double pulse whenever start, unlock or trunk release is used.

3- Disarm Setting

*

Option 1 : 0.5 sec. disarm pulse

J2-PIN#5 BLUE/WHITE

 

  Option 2 :   1.0 sec. disarm pulse

 Option 3 :  Defrost Output:2 sec.(-) pulse 4 sec after remote start

4 – ReArm/ Horn 

*

Option 1 : Re-Arm Output

    

J14-PIN#7 (Orange wire)

 

Option 2 :   Horn output

Option 3 :  Not Implimented yet

5- Chirp Mode

*

Option 1 : Chirp(s) on second press of Lock & Unlock

J2-PIN#7 (ORANGE)

Option 2 :   Chirp on first press of Lock button
Option 3  : Chirp on first press of Lock and Unlock

6- Relock

                

*

Option 1 : Lock pulse 6 sec. after remote start turns off

                   

   

DOORLOCK  WIRE

        

Option 2 :   Lock pulse 4 sec. after starting and 6 sec.after turns off

   J2-PIN#9 or PIN#10

           

          Option 3 : Relock on doorlock  wire off

7- Tach mode

         

*

Option 1 :   Tach pulse count sensing

J2-PIN#13 (BLACK/WHITE)

Option 2 :     Vacuum mode sensing

    

                ** Option 3  :   Voltage monitoring , NOT IMPLEMENTED

8Horn Timing

*

Option 1 : 10mSec. Chirp Timing

J2-PIN#7 (ORANGE)

 

 

Option 2 : 50mSec. chirp timing

 

Option 3 : Not Implimented

            * Default setting
       ** Must be equipped with voltage sensing circuitry. CS500

 


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Parking Light Status (Flash Codes)

#Flash   Rate          Description

- 1            fast        

Doors LockArmed; End of run time; Exiting

 

Service mode

- 1           slow      

Cold weather mode canceled;Low voltage start cancelled

  

- 2            fast       

Doors Unlock; Disarm Disabler; Entering Service mode

;

- 2           slow     

Power-up reset automatic transmission

;

Car in Ready mode (manual transmission mode only)

- 3             fast

System in Engine Crank Protect

- 3            slow

Entering Timed Cold Start  mode

- 4            slow

Power-up reset manual transmission, Enter Low voltage start

- 4             fast

End of programming mode

 or

Remote Starter stop because brake pressed or hood open
Car not in ready mode: hand brake not on, door/hood

 open

-  5

   fast

Remote start attempt made while in Service mode

-  8             fast

Error during programming or remote start attempt made 

with tach signal detected

-ON         steady    

Engine in running mode, Programming mode

NOTE: THERE WILL BE NO PARKING LIGHT FLASH ON POWER UP IF THE EXTERNAL
TRIGGER LINE IS GROUNDED.

 


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WIRE HARNESS DESCRIPTION

J1:  6 PIN MAIN WIRING HARNESS

PIN#

PIN#

PIN#

PIN#

COLOR

COLOR

COLOR

COLOR

POLARITY

POLARITY

POLARITY

POLARITY

DESCRIPTION

DESCRIPTION

DESCRIPTION

DESCRIPTION

J1-PIN#1- RED(30A FUSE) : + 12 VDC Main Power Source Input : Connect the Red wire  to main constant
+12 VDC power source or  to the positive terminal of the battery. If there are two constant 12 volt sources at
the ignition switch, then the  RED input wires must be connected to a one source each.

J1-PIN#2- GREEN: + Accessory Output (Heater/ A/C) :Connect this Green wire to the accessory wire which
supplies +12VDC when the ignition key is in the ignition "on" position but not during "start" (crank) cycle. If
vehicle uses more than one accessory wire to power up heater & A/C controls,  relays will be required.
J1-PIN#3- YELLOW: + 12VDC Starter Output :Connect  this  Yellow  wire to the solenoid side of the wire
which provides +12 VDC when the ignition key  is in the ignition “Start” position only.

J1-PIN#4- BLACK:  NEG. (-) : CHASSIS GROUND Input : Connect this BLACK  wire SECURELY TO A
CLEAN  GROUND source.

J1-PIN#5- BLUE: +12 VDC True Ignition Output :Connect Blue  wire to the primary ignition wire supplying
+12 VDC when the ignition key is in the ignition “On” & "Start" positions. Vehicles that have a 2nd ignition
wire, to supply power to 2nd ignition connect to  J2-PIN# 2 Red/White.
J1-PIN#6- RED : + 12 VDC (fused) Main Power Source Input : Connect Red wire  to a main constant +12
VDC power source or to the positive terminal of the battery.

J2 : 14 PIN WIRE HARNESS

J2-PIN#1        WHITE            POSITIVE       +12 VDC PARKING LIGHT OUTPUT
Connect this White wire to positive side of the parking lights wire. This is a Relayed output

J2-PIN#2        RED/WHITE   POSITIVE           IGNITION #2   +12 VDC    (6 Amp Max) for 2nd Ign. Wire
Connect this Red/White wire to the second Ignition wire that doesn’t draw more than 6 amps of current. If the
second ignition requires more than 6 amps,  Connect an automotive relay as follows: Pin 85 to Red/White
wire, pin 86 to Ground, Pin 87 to constant Fused 12VDC and Pin 30 to the second ignition wire of vehicle.

J2-PIN#3        WHITE/VIOLET         NEG    EXT. TRIGGER  (Auto / Hand Brake Input (Manual Trans.)
There are three uses for this wire:
(A) As the 3

rd

 trigger zone when alarm features are enabled

(B) As handbrake input for Manual Transmission vehicles (Mandatory)

(C) To initiate start up from an auxillary device such as a remote alarm, a Timer, or Temp. Sensor 

J2-PIN#4        GRAY              NEGATIVE      CHANNEL #3  OUTPUT (Trunk Release or Other Option)        
This Gray wire will provide a Negative 500 mA Output when the # “POUND” button (III) is pressed for 1.0
second. It is programmable to activate even when ignition is “ON” or only when ignition is “OFF”.

J2-PIN#5        BLUE/WHITE             NEGATIVE       DISARM OUTPUT   / DEFROST
This Blue/White wire is a programmable negative output: BANK 2 FUNCTION 3
Option 1 : 0.5 sec. Neg. Disarm Pulse before remote starting & unlocking & trunk release
Option 2 : 1.0 sec. Neg. Disarm Pulse before remote starting & unlocking & trunk release
 Option 3 : Defrost- Neg Pulse 4 sec after remote start
* Note when Option 1 or 2 is selected, system will provide Disarm pulse before confirmation parking light flash
and before unlocking or starting the vehicle. This does add 0.5 sec delay to the unlock function but  is
necessary to disarm many 1999 & up factory security systems. e.g.. ‘99 Grand Prix GT. 

 


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WIRE HARNESS DESCRIPTION

J2-PIN#6        BROWN                     NEGATIVE       STARTER KILL  500 mA Negative Output
 FUNCTION  2 -Connect this Brown wire to Pin 86 of the Starter Interrupt Relay. Programmable for:
Option 1 : Active Arming  (Transmitter must be used to Arm & Disarm system)
Option 2 : Passive Arming (will arm automatically 30 sec. after Ignition turns off)
Option 2 : Passive Arming (will arm automatically 60 sec. after Ignition turns off)

J2-PIN#7        ORANGE                    NEGATIVE     RE-ARM / HORN  500 mA Negative Output
This Orange wire is a programmable negative 500 mA output: BANK 2 FUNCTION 4
Option 1 : 2.0 sec 500 mA Re-Arm pulse 4 seconds after remote starter turns off & before, during and after
doors lock pulse.(Horn off)
Option 2 : Horn Output - 1 (.25 sec.) 500 mA pulse after locking - Horn chirp or Re-arm  (No unlock chirp)
Option 3 : Horn Output - 1 (.25 sec.)  horn chirp after locking & 2 horn chirp when unlocking
*Note: With Option # 1 selected, Pin #7 provides a 500 mA neg. pulse beginning 0.5 sec before and finishing
0.5 sec after doorlock pulse.

J2-PIN#8        WHITE/GREEN          NEGATIVE     GROUND OUTPUT (when remote start is running)
This White/Green wire is programmable 500 mA output:  BANK 2 FUNCTION 2
Option 1 :  Ground Output while running under remote control. For bypassing factory immobilizers.(PATS)
Option 2 : 500 mA pulsed output before starting & unlocking & trunk
Option 3 : same as Option #1 + Changes Disarm Output to a double pulse  (Pin # 5 Blue /White)
Important
: When using multiple relays it is recommended to use a diode with the cathode end towards
module. 500 mA output do not exceed 3 relays.

J2-PIN#9        YELLOW        NEG/POS       NEGATIVE Unlock Pulse / POSITIVE  Lock  Output
Connect this Yellow wire to the Negative Unlock wire or the Positive Lock wire of Doorlock relay circuit.

J2-PIN#10      WHITE/BLUE   NEG/POS     NEGATIVE Lock Pulse / POSITIVE UnLock  Output
Connect this White/Blue wire to the Negative Lock wire or the Positive Unlock wire of the Doorlock relay
circuit

J2-PIN#11      NOT IMPLEMENTED –September 2000

J2-PIN#12      GREEN                                   POSITIVE                   +12 VDC Input for Brake Switch
Connect this Green wire to switched positive side of the Brake Switch.
DIESEL OPTION: FUNCTION 10, OPTION 3: System will monitor Glow Plug through Brake Input wire. see
diagram page 10

J2-PIN#13      BLACK/WHITE                      NEGATIVE                 Tach or Vacuum
 Connect the Black/White wire to the Tach or vacuum wire. Tach Programming must be followed. 

J2-PIN#14      VIOLET  NEGATIVE              Hood Pinswitch /  Door Trigger Input
Important: This Violet wire must be connected to the hood pinswitch circuit.
For Manual Transmission : When jumper is removed for manual transmission vehicles this wire must
also be connected to the door pinswitch which supplies ground when the door is opened
. Use diode to
isolate hood pin switch from door otherwise you will turn domelight on when hood is opened. See diagram on
last page, for proper installation. Relay may be needed if ground from door pinswitch is too weak to trigger
system. ( some Hondas)

*Thin Blue wire coming directly off the PCB above the 14 pin connector is a (+) 3 volt LED output. Connect to
positive side of a non flashing 3 volt LED. Provides system status such as :  Programming, service mode etc..

 


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CS400 DIRECTSTART

REMOTE CAR STARTER + ALARM

CS400  VERSION 412

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MANUAL TRANSMISSION VEHICLES

INSTALLATION  & OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

It is essential that ALL Safety connections are installed, tested and functioning properly for safe operation.

It is essential that ALL Safety connections are installed, tested and functioning properly for safe operation.

It is essential that ALL Safety connections are installed, tested and functioning properly for safe operation.

It is essential that ALL Safety connections are installed, tested and functioning properly for safe operation.
Installation of any remote start system into a manual transmission vehicle is entirely at your own risk. The

Installation of any remote start system into a manual transmission vehicle is entirely at your own risk. The

Installation of any remote start system into a manual transmission vehicle is entirely at your own risk. The

Installation of any remote start system into a manual transmission vehicle is entirely at your own risk. The
manufacturer assumes no risk or liability. Improper installation of a remote car starter may result in injury or death.

manufacturer assumes no risk or liability. Improper installation of a remote car starter may result in injury or death.

manufacturer assumes no risk or liability. Improper installation of a remote car starter may result in injury or death.

manufacturer assumes no risk or liability. Improper installation of a remote car starter may result in injury or death.

TO CONVERT UNIT TO MANUAL TRANSMISSION MODE

1. 

Unscrew and remove the top portion of the main control module’s plastic casing.

2. 

Locate and REMOVE JUMPER that is found directly on the circuit board beside the large microchip.

SAFETY CONNECTIONS FOR REMOTE CAR STARTER MODELS: CS100, CS300, CS400

  J2-PIN#14 :  HOOD PIN INPUT wire must be split and diode isolated to run a parallel negative (-) Door Input

and Hood Input. It is necessary that ALL DOORS be connected on this circuit.

  J2-PIN#3 :  External Trigger Input wire MUST BE CONNECTED to the wire which provides a negative  (-) signal

when the hand brake is engaged.

Note: Removing the Black jumper cancels the External Trigger function and converts the input to a
hand brake input. DO NOT use this unit as a slave starter on manual transmission vehicles. DO NOT
install

on

convertibles

or

vehicles

in

which

entry

to

the

vehicle

cannot

be

monitored.

E.g.

convertibles, JEEPS, vehicles the doors can be removed etc

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What Is “Remote Start Ready Mode”

When the remote starter is installed on a manual transmission vehicle a “Remote Start Ready Mode” safety
procedure must be followed EACH time the vehicle is exited. The safety procedure is in place to remind the user
to leave the vehicle in NEUTRAL and NOT in gear before remote starting. If the safety procedure is not completed,
the vehicle WILL NOT remote start but all other options will function normally. The remote start system monitors
the doors and handbrake at all times. It is essential that all doors and handbrake connections are functioning
properly to ensure safe operation. This is the responsibility of the installer!
*Installers must make sure all the entry points are monitored via the doorpin connection.
** Users must also make sure that all safety connections are operational and should also periodically test to
ensure that all entry point connections are in fact functioning correctly.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS: Entering “Ready Mode”

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS: Entering “Ready Mode”

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS: Entering “Ready Mode”

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS: Entering “Ready Mode”

1)  Make sure ALL doors and hood are shut and vehicle is running by the ignition key.
2)  Place vehicle in Neutral and set Parking Brake.
3)  Press START Button #2 (*) for 2 seconds. Parking lights will flash then come back ON.

(You should hear Parking light relay “click” twice)

*   If a RED LED is installed, the LED light will begin flashing to confirm “Manual Transmission Ready Mode” is enabled.

4)  Turn key to OFF position and remove key. Vehicle engine should remain running.

5) 

Open door and Exit vehicle. Close the door then press the START Button #2 (*) to shut off engine.

(Parking lights will confirm with 2  slow flashes)

6)  System is now in “READY MODE” and will allow vehicle to be remote started by pressing the START
Button # 2 (*) for 2 seconds.
7)  To remote start vehicle press the START Button for 2 seconds and release. System will flash Park lights
once to confirm signal received then attempt to start engine. Engine start is confirmed when Parking lights
come back ON. As long as engine is running under remote start Park lights will remain ON.
8)  NOTE: Any time the vehicle is re-entered (door is opened) the remote starter will EXIT ready mode. If
“Ready Mode” has not enabled parking lights will flash 4 times if a remote start attempt is made.

 


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