Operating Instructions for AA939 Remote Alarm System
|Arming the System:
- Exit the vehicle, and close all entry points.
- Press button 1 of your transmitter one time. The siren will emit a single tone indicating the system is armed. The parking light will flash once and the starter inhibit relay will be engaged.
Note: Pressing the arming button twice within 3 seconds will allow the unit to arm without the shock sensor. This will be indicated by a single chirp tone followed by a lower single chirp tone. When operating in this mode, the only detection means will be the voltage sensor. The next normal arming of your system will re-instate the shock sensor.
|Protection While the System is Armed:
- Opening a door (or any light activated entry point) will cause the alarm to immediately sound and the parking lamps to flash on and off for the complete 60 second alarm cycle.
- Any unauthorized attempt to start the vehicle will be prevented.
- Any light impact to the vehicle glass or body panels will cause the system to immediately sound the warning chirp, discouraging any further attempts to enter the vehicle.
- Any forceful impact to the vehicle will cause the system to immediately trigger for the complete 60 second alarm cycle. At the end of the cycle, the alarm will re-arm itself, and resume monitoring the vehicle.
|Disarming the System:
- As you approach your vehicle, press button 1 of your transmitter one time. The siren will emit two chirps indicating that the system is disarmed. The parking lights will flash twice and the starter inhibit will be disengaged. You may now enter and operate your vehicle in a normal manner.
Note: If you head four chirp tones upon disarm and the parking lights flash three times, this indicates that the system had been triggered in your absence. Carefully inspect your vehicle for break in or physical damage.
If you system fails to operate as above:
- Check and ensure that your transmitter is operating properly and that the small LED on the transmitter illuminates when a transmitter button is pressed.
- Check and ensure that the Red wire of the system is connected to a +12 volt battery source.
- Be certain that the transmitters are programmed into your alarm system. If power had been disconnected from the alarm or the vehicle main battery had been disconnected, it is necessary to re-reprogram the transmitters.
|Testing the Voltage Sensor:
- Arm the alarm system by pressing button 1 of a programmed transmitter one time. The siren will chirp once confirming that the system is armed.
- Wait 4 seconds to allow the unit to stabilize.
- Open any light activated entry point, the siren will immediately trigger.
- Turn the alarm system off by pressing button 1 of a programmed transmitter one time.
- Repeat the above procedure for each light activated entry point.
If the unit fails to operate review the following section concerning voltage sensor adjustment.
|Voltage Sensor Adjustment:
In most instances, connecting the Red siren wire to the vehicle battery will provide adequate voltage sensing. If your vehicle does not trigger when the door is opened and the interior light turns on, it may be necessary to increase the voltage sensor's level of detection. Before making this