Programmable Features for PRO9845B Keyless Entry System
There are seven Programmable Features on the PRO9845B system. Study the list below, keeping in mind the features and their defaults, (how it comes programmed from the factory), and decide how best to program the PRO9845 for your particular installation.
|Features:||1 Chirp:||2 Chirps:||3 Chirps:||Default:|
|First||Passive Arming||Active Arming||-||Active Arming|
|Second||Ignition D/L On||Ignition D/L Off||-||Ignition D/L Off|
|Third||Ignition D/UL On||Ignition D/UL Off||-||Ignition D/UL Off|
|Fourth||Chirps On||Chirps Off||-||Chirps On|
|Fifth||Passive D/L||Active D/L||-||Active D/L|
|Sixth||Siren Output||Horn Output||-||Horn Output|
|Seventh||800ms D/L Pulse||3.5 Sec. D/L Pulse||800ms D/L Pulse
Double 800ms D/UL Pulses
|800ms Door Lock|
To Program These Features:
Entering the Programming Mode involves operating the Ignition Switch and the Valet/Program/Manual Override Switch in a particular sequence. This sequence is very time dependent, in other words it must be performed quickly in order for you to enter the mode. This sequence is also only one step different from the Transmitter Programming Mode, so make certain you perform the sequence properly.
Upon entering the Programming Mode, the system is immediately set to allow adjustment of the First Programmable Feature. That First feature, "Passive or Active Arming", can then be set On or Off by pressing button 1 of the transmitter. The system confirms that it is set to adjust the First feature by repeatedly flashing the LED once, with a pause in between each flash. The system will then report how the feature has been set by the Switch once again will advance you to the Second Programmable Feature, confirmed by repeating two LED flashes, with a pause in between each flash, etc., etc.
It is important to note that when you first enter the Programming Mode, you are automatically positioned to adjust the First Programmable Feature, and that the Valet/Program/Manual Override switch allows you to toggle from there through each of the six more programmable features. However, it will not allow you to return to any feature once you have toggled past it. Should you accidentally toggle past the feature you wanted to program, you must exit and re-enter the Programming Mode and then adjust the feature you missed.
It is also important to note that you may toggle past as many programmable features as you wish without having to adjust them. Each time you toggle forward to a new feature, the siren will chirp the appropriate number of times (1, 2, or 3 times) to indicate how that feature is currently set, and the LED will flash the appropriate number of times to indicate the number of the feature (First through Seventh) that you are set to adjust. Please follow the programming procedure below and refer to the list of the Programmable Features above when programming the PRO9845B.
To Enter the Programming Mode:
Turn the Ignition Switch On: No response
Toggle the Valet Switch On then Off 3 Times: 1 Chirp and 1 LED Flash
Within 3 seconds, turn the ignition Switch Off, then On: 1 Short Chirp and 1 Long Chirp
You have now engaged the Programming Mode, and are set to adjust the First feature. This mode will time out automatically in 15 seconds, or can be canceled by turning the Ignition Switch Off or by pressing and releasing the Valet Switch.
Note: If you accidentally toggle past the feature you intend to adjust, you must exit and re-enter the mode.
Press Transmitter Lock Button to Change Setting or Turn the Valet Switch Off then On to advance to the next feature, the following table will explain the different features and the different responses from the system for the setting:
Response From System
LED Flash Pattern
2 Chirps = Active Arming On
|1 Flash, Pause|
2 Chirps = Auto Locks Off
|2 Flashes, Pause|
2 Chirps = Auto Unlock Off
|3 Flashes, Pause|
1 Chirp = Chirps On
|4 Flashes, Pause|
2 Chirps = Active Locks On
|5 Flashes, Pause|
2 Chirps = Horn Output
|6 Flashes, Pause|
1 Chirp = 800ms D/L Output
|7 Flashes, Pause|