GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS This device complies with the requirements of Industry Canada (IC) - Management of Radio Frequencies, as specified in document CNR-210. Its use is authorized only on a no-interference, no-protection basis; in other words, this device must not be used if it is determined that it causes harmful interference to services authorized by IC.
THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING AN ASTROSTART Like you, Astroflex Electronics is concerned with the environment. This is why we are suggesting that you use the two-minute runtime when you remote-start your vehicle to warm up engine fluids. Ask your dealer.
Make sure you comply with all local regulations, which may prohibit leaving your engine running when vehicle is unattended in a public place. • To ensure continued safe operation of your remote starter, ask your AstroStart dealer to periodically check and/or tune the remote starting system. •...
SAFETY SEQUENCE FOR MANUAL TRANSMISSION VEHICLES Your remote starter was designed to force you to perform a series of actions that will ensure that the gearshift lever is in neutral position when you exit the vehicle. This series of actions is called a "Safety sequence" and is aimed at preventing any remote start in situations where remote starting the engine would not be safe.
THE REMOTE CONTROL Your remote control works off two small 3 volts lithium batteries ( CR2016). When replacing the batteries, make sure to place the new batteries in the up right position (see the illustration), also make sure to put the small isolating strip back. See your dealer for replacement batteries or additional remote controls.
CONFIRMATION In all cases, your remote starter will confirm that a command has been received properly by flashing parking lights. The horn provides certain confirmations when connected to system (requires optional wiring and material). In this manual, confirmation signals are written in an abbreviated form; for example: (lights: 2) means that parking lights will flash twice. THE START / STOP COMMAND START / STOP (RS-611) The Start-Stop command is in fact the reason for being of your remote starter.
RIGGER INPUT Your remote starter is equipped with a negative trigger (pulse) input. This input can be connected to another remote control device or to an AstroStart RTS-2 timer output (optional), part no. 310-903-502. If this input is connected, consult this device's manual or ask your technician which command controls the Start/Stop function.
OTHER COMMANDS LOW TEMPERATURE MODE In Low Temperature (Sentinel) mode, system starts your engine at 2½ hour intervals, for the duration that was set during previous usage. . Each repeated command changes the runtime to the next setting (see table). To activate/deactivate Low Temperature mode press buttons simultaneously.
TRUNK RELEASE CCESSORY ACTIVATION Press the buttons simultaneously (lights: 3). According to what is connected to the system; the trunk is released or the accessory is activated The command cannot be executed if ignition key is in RUN position. In this case, parking lights flash once to confirm that command has been received but could not be excuted.
CODE LEARNING OF ADDITIONAL TRANSMITTER(S) Four different remote controls can be programmed for a given vehicle. If a fifth remote is added, the first remote is deleted. Note: When the first code learning command is sent, all the old codes are cleared out. Therefore if you want to add a new remote, all the old ones must be reprogrammed as well.
GEARSHIFT CHECK APPLICABLE TO AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION VEHICLES If key must be in ignition for gearshift to be moved out of P, your vehicle is safe as long as keys are kept away from children. If, on the other hand, gearshift can be put in gear without the key being in the ignition, proceed with this simple check. •...