Introduction Congratulations on your purchase of this Honda Security System. Due to the expertise required to properly install the Honda Your Honda Security System is the product of years of research Security System, we highly recommend that the installation and development. It will give you many years of reliable be performed by your Honda dealer.
Emergency Disarming • The system can be disarmed using the Ignition key regardless of the method used to During Alarming arm the system. • This method of disarming also serves as an emergency override if the remote control transmitter cannot be used. Enter the vehicle and insert the ignition key.
System Controls This section explains how to switch the arming mode from MANUAL to AUTO. Arming Mode NOTE: Factory preset is MANUAL. (MANUAL AUTO) Disarm the security system. Steps from 2 to 4 must be completed within 3 seconds. Insert the ignition key, and remove the ignition key from the ignition switch. (All the way out.) 4713010M Insert the ignition key, and remove the ignition key from the ignition switch.
System Controls This section explains how to switch the arming mode from AUTO to MANUAL. Arming Mode (AUTO MANUAL) Turn the ignition key to the OFF position. Remove the key from the ignition switch. Open a door and close it. (The EXIT delay starts.) 5N25021S Steps from 4 to 6 must be completed within 3 seconds.
Valet (Auto Arming Mode only) Placing the System in the Valet Mode When the security system is placed in the valet mode, it is temporarily placed on “hold.” When in the valet mode, the system (Valet Mode cannot be used in the cannot be armed, but panic mode is still functional.
Valet (Auto Arming Mode only) If you follow either procedure below, LED blinks once to show the system is in the Valet In the Valet Mode: mode. Open one of the doors. LED blinks once. 5N25031S After turning the ignition switch to OFF, remove the ignition key. LED blinks once.
Valet (Auto Arming Mode only) Exit from the Valet Mode With the system in the Valet mode and the key out of the ignition switch. Steps from 2 to 4 must be completed within 3 seconds. Insert the ignition key, and remove the ignition key from the ignition switch. (All the way out.) 4713010M Insert the ignition key, and remove the ignition key from the ignition switch.
Arming There are two possible ways to arm the system: Arming Methods • MANUAL Arming (Remote Controlled). • AUTO Arming (Passive) Manual Arming • When the main unit is set to “MANUAL,” the system is armed by using the remote control transmitter.
Arming • When the main unit is set to “AUTO,” the system arms automatically 20 seconds after the Auto Arming (Passive) last door or the tailgate is closed • If a door or the tailgate is opened during the 20 second exit delay time, the timer resets and (Arms the security system without the 20 second exit delay time restarts after the last door or the tailgate is closed.
Alarm Mode • After the system is armed, opening of any doors or the tailgate will trigger the alarm. Alarm Triggered Mode • If the door(s) or the tailgate is kept open, the alarm will continue to sound for 10 minutes.
Disarming • Regardless of the method used to arm the system, the system can be disarmed using Remote Controlled the remote control transmitter. Disarming Press the “UNLOCK” button once on the remote control transmitter and the following will occur. The remote control LED illuminates. •...
Panic • You can intentionally activate the horn and flash the head lights Activating the Panic Function and parking lights by the remote control transmitter. • This is a convenient feature if you need to attract attention in case of an emergency. Press and hold the “PANIC”...
Tripped Sensor Warning and Indication • The system will warn you that the security system has been tripped in your absence. Tripped Sensor Warning • If the system was tripped and auto rearmed you will observe the following: The status LED flashes twice per second. The parking lights flash 3 times when the system is disarmed.
Tripped Sensor Warning and Indication • After disarming the system, if the tripped sensor warning indicator appears, you can identify which sensor has been tripped by observing the number of flashes as shown Tripped Sensor Indication below. (using both the transmitter •...
Tripped Sensor Warning and Indication Tripped Sensor Indication (using only the ignition key) Disarm the security system. Close the door. Insert the ignition key. Within 1 second after step 2, open the door. 5N25100S Within 1 second after step 3, remove the key from the ignition switch. The status LED will flash according to the sensors tripped.
Glossary Description The amount of time the horn sounds when the alarm is tripped or the panic feature is ALARM DURATION activated. The duration is 30 seconds. To turn the security system’s protection on. The optional mode in which the security system is armed automatically (passively) after AUTOMATIC ARMING the trunk (tailgate) and all the doors are closed.
Glossary Description EXTENDED EXIT ARMING If a door or the trunk (tailgate) is opened during the exit delay time, the timer will reset itself and will restart the count down procedure when that door or trunk is closed. A mode in which the horn is intentionally activated. PANIC Useful for attracting attention in case of an emergency.
Specifications Main Unit Design ....................Microprocessor, all solid state Operating Voltage ................13 V DC (9 V to 16 V allowable) Current Consumption (Arming) ....................2 mA Operating Temperature ..............-40°F to +176°F (-40°C to + 80°C) Dimensions ............84 mm x 65 mm x 28 mm (3-5/16" x 2-9/16" x 1-1/8") Net Weight ........................