The proper wire will test 12-volts + positive only when the foot brake is pressed. A: The remotes need to be programmed. The remotes for CompuStar systems do not come programmed. Option 4: Is a combination of options 2 and 3. Hood Pin This is included in the wiring kit and Firstech recommends installing this in any vehicle. Tap the Lock Button for Setting 1. This will write the settings to the control module.
Wire 3~99sec 10sec Default V V 2-4 Trigger Start Off Single Pulse Double Pulse V V 2-5 Cold Start with Thermistor Assembly Off On V V 2-6 Timer Start, or, Minimum Interval Between 3 Hour 4 minute runtime, 1. This will happen the moment the ignition is turned on the 5 th time so it is easy to miss the first relay click. Optional setting 4 will pulse the horn on double lock and remote start. Wait for a parking light flash and siren chirp between each button press. The options in the other three menus will remain set.
Vehicles in Warm Regions In the warm regions where the temperature stays above 32º F year round, most vehicles with decent batteries start successfully with a 0. If there is any, we recommend you to update the module before installation. Please refer to the installation guide of the main controller for more information. The parking lights will flash three times, signaling that all of the options have been reset, and that you have exited programming mode. Wait for a siren chip and parking light flash between each tap. Option 3: Will start at the time specified on the 2 way remote one time for the duration set by Option 2-7.
The modes and methods of using them are listed below. Option Programming Using the 1-WayAntenna Button Programming the main controller option using an antenna is a timed process so you should read the instructions entirely before beginning. Tap the Unlock Button for Setting 2. This wire must be connected to a constant 12-volt + positive source. Setting 2 changes the wire into a closed loop system. Stay at least 1 to 2 inches away from metal and try to mount below the tint stripe.
To enter valet mode follow steps 3 to 5 4-3Aux 1 output Control: These are optional event triggers. Selecting the Specific Option After entering the option menu that contains the option you wish to change, tap the antenna button the number of times equal to the option number you wish to change. Note: The factory default is manual transmission. Only use this mode when necessary, because if the door is actually left open, you will not be notified. A: You unplug the antenna cable at the antenna then plug in the optional extension cable. Voltage Sensing — No Wire Connection, Automatic Transmission Only.
Please read through the steps before beginning. The jumper controls how that wire powers up. Tap the Lock button on the transmitter once. Should only be used for vehicles with built in anti-grindand automatic transmission vehicles. This is an optional input that will monitor when the vehicles trunk is opened.
The option menu will reset and the siren will chirp three times. The wire becomes an instant trigger if the wire is separated from ground. Pin 3 Red-12-volt constant + positive input. See the note 11 on the Wiring Chart. Setting the Option After the system is finished confirming the option number, set the option to your desired setting by tapping the antenna button 1,2,3, or 4 times. To retrieve software for updating, please email: support compustar.
This is to disarm factory alarms on certain vehicles. The proper wire will test 0-volts with the key in the off position, 12-volts + positive while the key is in the on position and 12-volts + positive during crank. This is to prevent accidental triggering of Aux 1 or 2 if they are hooked up to door poppers or window modules. At the end of menu 2, if diesel mode is the wait to start time can now be adjusted. See the note later in this manual regarding Secure Valet, Option 3-10.