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Honda 08E51-SHJ-100 Owner's Manual

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Kit No. 08E51-SHJ-100
08E55-SHJ-100
Security System Owner's Manual
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© 2004 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. - All Rights Reserved.

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    Kit No. 08E51-SHJ-100 08E55-SHJ-100 Security System Owner’s Manual © 2004 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. - All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ... 3 Emergency Disarming During the Panic Alarm Activation ... 4 During the Entry Delay Time ... 4 System Controls Arming Mode (MANUAL AUTOMATIC) . 5 Arming Mode (AUTOMATIC MANUAL) .. 6 Valet Placing the System in the Valet Mode ... 7 In the Valet Mode ...

  • Page 3: Introduction

    Congratulations on your purchase of this Honda Security System. Your Honda Security System is the product of years of research and development. It will give you many years of reliable performance, protection, and convenience. The system consists of two major components: a main unit and a remote control transmitter.

  • Page 4: Emergency Disarming

    Emergency Disarming • The system can be disarmed using the ignition key regardless of the method used to arm During the Panic the system. • This method of disarming also serves as an emergency override if the remote control Alarm Activation transmitter cannot be used.

  • Page 5: System Controls

    Arming Mode (MANUAL AUTOMATIC) NOTE: Steps 1 thru 5 must be completed within 5 seconds. Insert the ignition key. Remove the ignition key from the ignition switch. (All the way out) Insert the ignition key. Remove the ignition key from the ignition switch. (All the way out) Insert the ignition key.

  • Page 6: Arming Mode (automatic Manual)

    System Controls Arming Mode (AUTOMATIC MANUAL) Turn the ignition key from the ON (II) position to the LOCK (0) position. Remove the key from the ignition switch. LOCK Status Open a door or the tailgate and close it. (The EXIT delay starts.) Check that the status LED blinks.

  • Page 7: Valet

    Placing the System in the Valet Mode (Valet Mode can be changed only from Automatic Arming Mode) NOTE: Steps 1 and 2 must be completed within 5 seconds. Remove the ignition key from the ignition switch. Press the UNLOCK button on the remote control transmitter three times. The Status LED flashes once, indicating that the system is ready to change the mode.

  • Page 8: In The Valet Mode

    Valet In the Valet Mode: Status Open one of the doors or the tailgate. The Status LED blinks once. 4625051B 4625060B Status After turning the ignition switch to LOCK (0), remove the ignition key. The Status LED blinks once. 4625051B Keyless/Security during the Valet Mode.

  • Page 9: Exit From The Valet Mode

    Exit From the Valet Mode With the system in the Valet mode, take the key out of the ignition switch. Press the UNLOCK button on the remote control transmitter. Observe that the Status LED flashes twice, indicating that the system is out of the Valet mode. The system is now in the Disarm mode.

  • Page 10: Arming

    Arming Arming Methods Manual Arming (Remote Controlled) There are two possible ways to arm the system: • MANUAL Arming (Remote Control) • AUTOMATIC Arming (Passive) • When the main unit is set to MANUAL, the system is armed by using the remote control transmitter.

  • Page 11: Automatic Arming (passive)

    • When the main unit is set to AUTOMATIC, the system arms automatically 20 seconds after Automatic Arming • If a door or the tailgate is opened during the 20 seconds exit delay time, the timer resets and (Passive) • If the ignition key is inserted into the ignition switch during the exit delay time, the system will (Arms the security system without locking the doors.) •...

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    Arming Exit the vehicle, and close all the doors and the tailgate. 4625030B The system arms automatically 20 seconds after the last door or the tailgate is closed. Observe that: • The status LED flashes four times per second during the exit delay time, and once per 3 20-sec exit delay time •...

  • Page 13: Alarm Mode

    Alarm Triggered Mode © 2004 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. - All Rights Reserved. • After the system is armed, opening of any door or the tailgate, or breaking of window glass will trigger the alarm. • If the door or tailgate is kept open, the alarm will continue to sound for 5 minutes. •...

  • Page 14: Disarming

    Remote Control Disarming • Regardless of the method used to arm the system, the system can be disarmed using the remote control transmitter. Press the UNLOCK button once on the remote control transmitter. Observe that: • The remote control LED illuminates. •...

  • Page 15: Tripped Sensor Warning And Indication

    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 automatically rearmed, observe that: • The horn sounds four times when the system is disarmed. 4625020B ©...

  • Page 16: Tripped Sensor Indication

    Tripped Sensor Warning and Indication Tripped Sensor Indication Disarm the security system. Close the door and tailgate. Insert the ignition key. Within 1 second after step 2, open a door or the tailgate. 4628070B Within 1 second after step 3, remove the key from the ignition switch. Status The status LED flashes to indicate which sensor(s) was/were tripped.

  • Page 17: Glossary

    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 all the AUTOMATIC ARMING doors and the tailgate are closed.

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    Glossary EXTENDED EXIT ARMING If a door or the tailgate is opened during the exit delay time, the timer will reset and restart the countdown procedure when the specific door or the tailgate is closed. A mode in which the horn and lights are intentionally activated. PANIC Useful for attracting attention in case of an emergency.

  • Page 19: Specifications

    Specifications Main Unit Design ... Microprocessor, all solid state Operating Voltage ... 13 V DC (8 V to 16 V allowable) Current Consumption (Arming) ... 2 mA Operating Temperature ... –40°F to +185°F (–40°C to + 85°C) Dimensions ... 81 mm × 75 mm × 34 mm (3-3/16"...

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    08E55-SHJ-1000-81 © 2004 American Honda Motor Co., Inc - All Rights Reserved. © 2004 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. - All Rights Reserved. Printed in Japan...

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