5BUTTON AUTOMATIC / MANUAL TRANSMISSION REMOTE STARTER AS-1775 User Guide WARNING ! It is the responsibility of the vehicle operator to ensure that 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.
Table of Contents Government regulations ........................3 Introduction ..........................3 Using the Remote Control ....................... 4 Vehicle Presets ..........................4 Heater ............................4 Windshield Wipers, Radio & Headlights ..................4 Arming and disarming the Starter Kill .................... 4 ...
Government regulations 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. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Using the Remote Control Your Remote Car Starter is equipped with a 5-button multi-channel remote control. It can operate two independent vehicles equipped with a Remote Car Starter (see Multi-Car Operation page-12, for second-car transmitter functions). The functions of the transmitter are as follows: Picture serves as example only.
The Starter Kill (if installed) can be configured by the installer either to Passive Mode (so as to arm automatically) or Active Mode (so as to require the user’s intervention for arming). By default, your Remote Car Starter is configured to Passive Mode. Passive mode: To arm the Starter Kill, press the button on the transmitter, OR...
pedal. Make sure to release the brake pedal. The parking lights will flash 3 times quickly and remain lit. Skip to step 4. 3. Within 20 sec. of engaging the parking brake, press and hold the transmitter. The parking lights will flash 3 times quickly and remain lit.
Remote Trunk Release If your system was installed with the Remote Trunk Release option, you can open your trunk by pressing the button for 3 seconds on the remote transmitter. 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.
Press the buttons simultaneously until the parking lights flash three times. The LED on the antenna will come ON solid to indicate that the vehicle has successfully entered Valet mode. To put the system out of Valet Mode To put the system out of Valet mode using the KEY (Ignition Valet Mode): Insert the ignition key into the ignition switch.
• Turn the ignition key to the IGNITION ON (RUN) position. • Press and hold the button until the parking lights come ON for 2 seconds, pause, and then flash once. If Safe Start is enabled, you can activate Cold Weather Mode by: •...
Advanced Features: Installationprogrammable Options The Remote Car Starter 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 Remote Car Starter.
Press the button; this will lock the doors, arm the OEM-style alarm (if configured|) and confirm that the vehicle is in Turbo Mode. The engine will shut down after 60 seconds. If your vehicle has a manual transmission, follow all steps of the Ready Mode routine (page-5) to activate Turbo Mode.
activated, panic mode is enabled. If horn confirmation is disabled, panic mode will not be available. Horn Chirp Timing The pulse duration can be configured by your installer (from 5 ms to 200 ms). Multicar Operation This option allows the owner of two vehicles, both equipped with the same Remote Car Starter model, to control both systems with a single remote control.
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 vehicle itself. •...