O W N E R ’ S M A N U A L Models: 4900 Series 4960 Series Vehicle Immobilizers This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference; and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Silencer products have been designed to provide the consumer with years of trouble-free operation. This manual will provide reference for the operation and maintenance of your new Silencer vehicle immobilizer system. Please, take a moment to read this manual so you will be familiar with the opera- tion of your new system.
Radio Frequency (RF) Protection Rearm Timer Each time the system is disarmed using the transmitter the device will begin a protection mode countdown. This is a timed secondary protection mode. If you do not start your vehicle within 60 seconds, your Silencer system will become rearmed and your engine will become disabled again. Note: If your system operates from a “Automatic Disarm Transmitter”, the 60 second RF protection timer will not time-out and will rearm your system if you remain within 60 feet of your vehicle.
Valet Mode 3-Button Transmitter The Valet Mode allows you to temporarily turn off the passive arming function, eliminating the need to give your transmitter to a parking attendant or garage mechanic. To enter the Valet Mode, follow these steps: 1. Press the “Disarm” button on your transmitter to insure the device is disarmed (you will hear 2 beeps).
Silencer model type and repeat the procedure to perform the override function. Ask your dealer for the model number that was installed in your vehicle. 4900 Series When this Silencer model is armed, the engine will not crank over. This is how to identify a 4900 sys- tem.
Emergency Override 4960 Series 1. Turn the ignition key to the "Crank" position, then turn the key off. Repeat this procedure 1 more time. 2. Wait for 10 seconds 3. Turn the ignition key to the "Crank" position, then turn the key off. Repeat this procedure 1 more time.
System Maintenance The only maintenance that your Silencer vehicle immobilizer requires is a periodic check to insure that all operations are functioning normally. This is also good practice for you to refresh your mem- ory on “Emergency Override” and “Valet Mode” procedures. Batteries 1-Button and 3-Button Manual Disarm Transmitters The battery supplied with the 1-button and 3-button transmitters has an average life of 1 year.
Authorization must be obtained before sending, or merchandise may be refused. All claims concerning your Silencer ® Security System should be referred to your selling dealer. If you are away from the vicinity of the selling dealer please call (800) 340-3200. © Copyright 2006 Magnadyne Corporation 4900-UM Rev. G 5-11-06...