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HA

HA -- 280
240 PRO
Lite

INSTALLERʼS MANUAL
INSTALLATION
MANUAL

HA - 280 PRO

INSTALLERʼS MANUAL
Manufacturer:
COMMERCIAL ELECTRONICS
264 HAYDONS ROAD, WIMBLEDON, LONDON SW19 8TT. UK
TEL: +44 020 8404 7105 FAX: +44 020 8404 7104
http://www.hawkcaralarm.com e-mail: info@hawkcaralarm.com
Manufacturer:
COMMERCIAL ELECTRONICS
264 HAYDONS ROAD, WIMBLEDON, LONDON SW19 8TT. UK
TEL: +44 020 8404 7105 FAX: +44 020 8404 7104
http://www.hawkcaralarm.com e-mail: info@hawkcaralarm.com

Manufactured by Commercial Electronics. Great Britain. © Commercial Electronics 2013

a procedure that can require a trip to the dealer. • When possible. 1 . such as radiators. turbochargers and heat shields. where its wires will reach the control module’s wires without extending them. coupled with limitless convenience and expansion options. It is very sophisticated and should be installed by experienced security installers only. If equipped with an air bag. whether the bonnet is open or shut. Always run the wires through the centre of a grommet. This usually involves disguising the wire to look like a factory harness. Please do not attempt installation of this product without reading this guide. • Mount it where a thief cannot easily disconnect it. exhaust manifolds.Installation points to remember This product represents many years of research and development. Both the siren and its wires should be difficult to find. Deciding on component locations Locations for the siren Some things to remember about mounting the siren: • Keep it away from heat sources. Disconnecting the battery requires this code to be erased. IMPORTANT! Many airbag systems will display a diagnostic code through their warning light after they lose power. avoid disconnecting the battery if possible. The system has been designed to provide the ultimate in security. place the siren on the same side of the vehicle as the control module. Do not disconnect the battery if the vehicle has an anti-theft coded radio. never through bare metal! • Point the siren down so water does not collect in it.

and will not fool anyone! For this reason. headlight control system etc. a power window module. and the willimmobiliser not fool anyone! For this reason. if possible. best performance. ToToprevent Inappropriate adjustment Ultrasonic sensor may a false alarm. Locations for the Immobiliser relay Locations for the Locations for status the immobiliser immobiliser relay N/O COIL COMMON COIL N/C N/O COIL COMMON COIL N/C If Immobiliser relay or its connections are immediately upon removal underdash they canvisible easily be bypassed. routing the immobiliser relay wires away from the steering column is recommended. or the constant supply to the ignition switch. false alarm. you’re going to find the wires in the car that the security system will be connected to: Now that you have decided where each component will be located. above the under-dash fuse box. from the steering column is recommended. headlight control system etc. such as door locks. Always install a fuse within 12 inches of this connection. the immobiliser relay wires away parts. If the fuse also will be powering other circuits. Always make the relay and its connections difficult connectors not look like factory parts. Always install a fuse within 12 inches of this the constant supply to the ignition switch. An over adjustment is usually the main reasonfalse to cause adjustment is usually the main reason to cause false alarm. preventthe Inappropriate adjustment for thethe Ultrasonic sensor may let to to a false alarm. Obtaining constant 12 volts Obtaining Obtaining constant constant 12 12 volts volts 2 We recommend two possible sources for 12v constant: the (+) terminal of the battery. such as door locks. • The higher the control module is in the vehicle. or the constant supply to the ignition switch. Locations for the status LED Ultrasonic cells Ultrasonic cellsshould shouldbebeplaced placedononthe theleft leftand andright rightside sideasashigh highasaspossible possibleso sototoobtain obtainthe Ultrasonic cells should be placed on the left and right side as high as possible so to obtain the the best performance. • Some good control module locations: above the glove box. inside the centre console. We recommend two possible sources for 12v constant: the (+) terminal of the battery. Finding the wires you need Some things to remember when positioning the status LED: • It should be visible from both sides and the rear of the vehicle. • When mounting the control module. To prevent the false alarm. a power window module.false alarm. make sure the sensibility of ultrasonic sensor is in an appropriate degree. such as door locks. If you put the control module under a seat or inside a metal dashboard. above the radio etc. a power connection. you’re going to find the Now that you have decided where each component will be located. and butt will not fool anyone! thislike reason. IMPORTANT! Do not use a 12v test light to find these wires! Use a digital multi-meter for IMPORTANT! Do not use a 12v test light to find these wires! Use a digital multi-meter for all testing. make sure the sensibility of ultrasonic sensor is in an appropriate degree. make sure the sensibility of ultrasonic sensor is in an appropriate degree. fuse accordingly. Remove it before drilling your 1/2 inch hole. all testing. immediately upon removalAlways of the make underIf Immobiliser relay or its connections are immediately visible upon removal of the underthepanel. to butt discern from thedo factory wiring! Exposed yellow connectors do notFor look factory to discern from the factory wiring! Exposed yellow butt connectors do not look like factory routing relay wires away from routing the steering column is recommended. Inappropriate adjustment forfor the Ultrasonic sensor may letlet to a false alarm. • It is easiest to use a small removable panel. . Keep it away from the heater core (or any other heat sources) and any obvious leaks. or accordingly.Locations Locations for for the the Hawkguard Hawkguard Locations for the Hawkguard ultra sonic sensors ultra sonic sensors ultra sonic sensors Locations for the control box Some things to remember about where to mount the control module: • Never put the control module in the engine compartment! • The first step in hot wiring a vehicle is removing the driver’s side under-dash panel to access the starter and ignition wires. range will suffer. try to find a secure location that will not require you to extend the harness wires. Finding the wires you need Finding youeach need Now that youthe have wires decided where component will be located. • It needs at least 1/2 inch clearance to the rear. If the control module is placed just behind the driver’s side dash it can easily be disconnected. parts. If visible Immobiliser relay or of itsthe connections arepanel. relay and connections difficult toAlways discernmake from the the relay factory wiring! Exposed yellow dash theyits can easily be bypassed. An over the false alarm. Wefuse recommend two possible sources for 12v constant: the (+) terminal of the battery. and its connections difficult dash panel. If the fuse also will be powering other circuits. An over adjustment is usually the main reason to cause alarm. such as a switch blank or a dash bezel. you’re going to find the wires in the car that theuse security will to: Use a digital multi-meter for IMPORTANT! Do not a 12vsystem test light to be findconnected these wires! wires in the car that the security system will be connected to: all testing. best performance. they can easily be bypassed. Always a fuse within 12 inches of this 3 install connection. the better the transmitter range will be. If the fuse also will be powering other circuits.

3. When properly performed. If the meter reads (+) 12v when any door is opened. the easiest place to connect to the wire is often at the kick panel. go back to Step 3. 5. In most Fords. the passenger switch will cover all the doors even if the driver’s switch will not. Probe the wire you suspect of being the ignition wire. check wire to ensure that it ‘sees’ all the doors. • Never use ‘fuse taps’ as the can damage fuse box terminals. the meter display should stay steady. Regardless of whether you solder your connections or you use mechanicaltype crimp on connections are mechanically sound and that they are insulated. 4. not dropping more than a few tenths of a volt. at the windscreen pillar. especially when poorly applied. Often. The steering column harness or ignition switch harness is an excellent place to find this wire. or in the running board. fuel injection computer). fasten the (+) probe of your meter to (+) 12v constant. or any vehicle with completely diode-isolated pin switches. How to find a door pin switch trigger wire with multi-meter: 1. probe another wire. • At the interior light: this may not be your best choice if the vehicle has delayed interior light supervision. Now turn the key to the start position. if your meter reads (+)12v. but it will work in many Hondas. Turn the ignition key switch to the run position. If it drops close to or all the way to zero. This is because the ignition wire powers the ignition system (spark plugs. go to the next step. Accessory wires lose power when the key is in the start position to make current available to the starter motor. • At the pin switch: when testing the pin switch. 3. 4 5 . Use good quality electrical tape or heat shrink. If it doesn’t. you have found a trigger wire. running a wire to the interior light itself is often the best solution. Set to DCV or DC voltage (12v or 20v is fine). is not a reliable insulator. Making your wiring connections There are two acceptable ways of making a wire connection – solder connections and crimp connectors. When an easy location is not available. 2. either type of connection is reliable and trouble-free. In most other cars. Set to DCV or DC voltage (12v or 20v is fine). Cheap electrical tape. coil) as well as the fuel delivery (fuel pump. fasten the (-) probe of the meter to chassis ground. • Never twist-and-tape the wires together without soldering. you have found an ignition wire. How to find (+) 12v ignition with your multi-meter: 1. Probe the wire you suspect of being the door trigger wire. • Once you have determined the wire colour. 2. Attach the (-) probe of the meter to chassis ground. If it stays steady at (+) 12v. It often falls off in hot weather.Finding the 12v switched ignition wire Finding the door Pin Switch Circuit The best places to find the door switch wire are: The ignition wire is powered when the key is in the run or start position.

Connect to the driver door pin switch circuit wire that shows +12v when the door is open. 250mA Boot Release. The black wire must connect to a solid chassis ground. Connect to the main ignition wire that provides +12v when the ignition is on and while cranking the starter. positive side of coil. Clean away any paint or dirt to ensure the best possible ground. Note: Consult owner manual for polarity. NOTE: MUST USE window closer module HA-64U (optional extra). Connect to the wire that activates the vehicle’s interior light. Pin 87a and 30 of relay 2 x GREEN WIRES: Normally closed. Pin 3 BLUE WIRE: Negative Door Input (-). Connect to the boot release motor. Pin 17 RED WIRE: Main Power Input (+). when ignition is off. can be connected to starter motor.Primary harness wire connection guide for 24 pin connector This guide describes in detail the connection of each wire. Pin 86 of relay YELLOW WIRE: Connect to yellow wire of alarm system connector (pin 16). this wire should not show any voltage (0v). Also. NOTE: MUST USE RELAY (not supplied). Pin 1 ORANGE WIRE: CDL Pin 2 YELLOW WIRE: Ignition Input (+). Please read the instructions carefully to ensure a thorough understanding and how it operates. Also included are possible applications of each wire. Consult owner manual for polarity. Connect the brown wire to the circuit that shows +12v or only when the hazard lights are on. Pin10 BROWN WIRE: Positive Hazard Light Output (+). 250mA Interior Light. Immobiliser relay connection guide Pin 5 RED WIRE: Negative Output (-).Connected to Hawk Motorcycle Alarm Pin 9 RED/BLACK WIRE: Negative Output (-). Pin 19 PINK WIRE: Negative Output (-). Pin 7 BLACK WIRE: Ground Input (-). also see wiring diagram of HA-240 Lite. Pin 14 WHITE / BLACK WIRE: CDL Pin 15 YELLOW / BLACK WIRE: CDL Pin 16 YELLOW WIRE: Negative Output (-) 250mA Immobiliser. This system was designed with the ultimate in flexibility and security in mind. Connect the white wire to the siren of white wire. Pin 6 : NOT USED Pin 85 WHITE WIRE: Connect to first accessory of ignition switch (+12v). Pin 8 BLUE/WHITE WIRE: Positive Input (+). Pin 20 BROWN WIRE: Positive Hazard Light Output (+). Connect the brown wire to the circuit that shows +12v or only when the hazard lights are on. Connect to the Driver door pin switch circuit wire that shows ground (-) when the door is open. Right hazard light. Connect to yellow wire to yellow wire to immobiliser relay. 30 second negative output. Connect the blue/white wire that shows +12v when pressing the foot brake. Note: Nearly all cars have negative door input. Left hazard light Pin 11 WHITE WIRE: CDL Pin 12 YELLOW WIRE: CDL Pin 13 ORANGE / BLACK WIRE: CDL 6 7 . Pin 4 GREEN WIRE: Positive Door Input (+). Connect to the battery or constant power wire at the ignition switch with a minimum 25 amp supply Pin 18 WHITE WIRE: Positive Siren Output (+). for diesel car fuel pump. 250mA Window Closer. See wiring diagram for guidance.

5A Fuse Yellow Red White Pink Brown 1 White 11 7.5A Fuse 2 12 Yellow Orange Yellow Blue 3 Red 13 5 15 NC Orange/Black 6 16 Black Green 7 17 Blue/White 4 8 18 7.5A Fuse Led Indicator Wiring diagram for HA-240 LITE Ultrasonic or Microwave Sensor (optional) J1 Ignition Neg Door Pin Switch Pos Door Pin Switch Window Closer Earth Foot Brake Interior Light Hazard Lights 3 2 1 J2 250mA 250mA .5A Fuse Red/Black Brown 14 9 19 20 10 White/Black Yellow/Black 15A Fuse 7.8 9 1 10 Immobiliser Car Battery Siren Boot Release Hazard Lights 11 20 7.

installation is a requirement to obtain warranty. without any representation or warranty to the products being installed. The illustration shows aa The illustration isshows a 3–pin jumper whose pin andthe pin 2 are ‘SHORT’ when jumper 3–pin jumper jumper whose whose pin pin 11 and and pin pin 22 are are ‘SHORT’ ‘SHORT’ when when jumper jumper cap cap is is placed placed on on these these 22 pins. pin Short 2 to pin No1. Note: Use 7. to diesel mode. the jumper is ‘SHORT’. 2 3 Short pin 2. Short pin 2.5 automatic gear mode.5 amp fuse (not supplied). Commercial Electronics assumes no responsibility resulting from an improper installation. pin petrol mode (factory (factory default).5 amp fuse (not supplied). pin pin 33Dual to enable enable 3. pin 3 to enable 3. If no jumper cap is placed on the pins. pin pin 22 to to enable 0. Note: Use 7. Short pin 1. the jumperThe is illustration ‘SHORT’. mode. PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE YELLOW WHITE ORANGE Jumpers setup Jumpers Jumpers setup setup YELLOW DON’T USE WHITE ORANGE WHITE / BLACK The illustration shows how the jumpers are set up. Any harm or injury to the installer is in no way the responsibility of Commercial Electronics. supply. 6). even in reliance upon this information. The blackconnection wire must connect to a solid chassis ground.8 manual gear(factory mode (factory (factory default).5 to enable enable Short Opendiesel mode. 1 2 an ‘as is’ basis.supply. Short pin 2. to petrol mode default). in reliance upon this information. J1 Central Door Locking Time Selector: Short pin 1. seconds. Thisinstallation wiring information is installation being provided technician.shows If nohow jumper cap are is on the pins. pin 2 to enable manual gear mode (factory default). If no no jumper jumper cap is is placed placed on on the the1pins. damage to by theavehicle during installation or after installation is not the responsibility of Commercial Electronics. Jumpers setup PULSE TO UNLOCK ORANGE / BLACK Vacuum locking 1 2 1 2 Short pin 2. the jumper is ‘OPEN’. 1. to obtain full warranty. It is your not the responsibility of of Commercial Electronics. Clean away any paint or dirt to ensure the best possible ground. When When the jumper jumper cap placed on onis the‘OPEN’. Clean away any paint or dirt to the to ensure ensure the best best possible possible ground. Proper installation in every case is and remains the responsibility of the installer.8 default). pin 22 to to enable enable 0. pin pin 220. Commercial Electronics assumes no Proper installation in every case is and remains the responsibility of the installer. 2. The illustration shows a 3–pin jumper whose pin 1 and pin 2 are ‘SHORT’ when jumper cap is placed on these 2 pins. pinShort 3 topin enable Lock 2 3 2 3 J3 Automatic // Manual Gear Mode: J2 Door Locking Time Selector: J3 Central Automatic Manual Gear Mode: ATTENTION: Commercial Electronics always suggests installation be performed by a certified and trained installation technician. Commercial Electronics assumes no responsibility resulting from an improper installation. It is your responsibility to insure proper installation. Commercial Electronics assumes no responsibility with regards to the accuracy or currency of this information. the jumper is ‘OPEN’. When the jumper cap is placed on the pins. 12 12 PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE INTERNAL ALARM RELAYS BLACK WIRE: Ground Input (-). Short pin 1.Siren connection guide (Battery Backup . 2. even in reliance upon this information. Short pin 2. Short pin pin 1. Ground Input (-). pins.Dual Lock Output (factory default). installation is requirementElectronics.5 white cable of alarm C1 connector connector (pin (pin 6). cap is placed on3–pin these 2 pins. Any harm or injury to the installer J3 Automatic / Manual Geareven Mode: Commercial Electronics always suggests installation be performed by a certified and trained installation ATTENTION: Commercial Electronics Any always suggests be during performed by a certified and trained installation is in no way the responsibility ofprofessional Commercial Electronics. Commercial Electronics assumes no responsibility with regards to the accuracy responsibility to insure proper installation. Short seconds default). Single point locking Negative locking BLACK WIRE: Connect Connect to to battery battery direct direct or or constant constant 12v 12v power power supply. RED RED WIRE: WIRE: Ground Input (-). Short pin 2. automatic gear 2 3 Short seconds. GREEN GROUND Positive locking J2 Central Door J1 / Diesel Mode: Time J2 Petrol Central Door Locking Locking Time Selector: Selector: BLUE WHITE / BLACK GROUND Open Open 2. pins. pins. 1 2provided free of charge and on 1 is2 being professional installation is a requirement to enable obtain full warranty. When the jumper cap is placed on the the set the placed the pins.5 seconds. Any damage to the vehicle during installation or after 10 PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE APPROPRIATE 3 SECOND LOCKING/ UNLOCKING PULSE 2 3 2 3 11 22 SLAVE DOOR ACTIVATOR Diagram D Diagram B J1 J1 Petrol Petrol // Diesel Diesel Mode: Mode: J2 Dual Lock Output: 0. to diesel mode. This wiring information is being provided free charge and on an ‘as is’ basis.8 seconds seconds (factory default). POSITIVE (+12v) INTERNAL ALARM RELAYS PULSE TO LOCK YELLOW / BLACK WHITE WIRE: Connect to white cable of alarm C1 connector (pin 6). Commercial Electronics assumes no responsibility with regards to the accuracy or currency of this information. Connect to7. Any harm or injury to the installer is in no way the responsibility of Commercial Electronics. Proper installation in every case is and remains the responsibility of the installer. of charge and on an ‘as is’ basis. without any representation or warranty to the products 1 2 being installed.8 to enable enable petrol(factory mode (factory (factory default). pinShort 3 topin enable seconds. professional installation is a requirement to obtain full warranty. The black wire must connect to a solid chassis ground. 1. pins. Clean away any paint or dirt Short Short Diagram C Diagram A PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE POSITIVE (+12v) POSITIVE (+12v) DOOR LOCK SWITCH INTERNAL ALARM RELAYS INTERNAL ALARM RELAYS YELLOW YELLOW WHITE WHITE ORANGE PULSE TO LOCK ORANGE DON’T USE YELLOW / BLACK WHITE / BLACK YELLOW / BLACK WHITE / BLACK ORANGE / BLACK ORANGE / BLACK PULSE TO UNLOCK DON’T USE GROUND 11 VACUUM PUMP 13 . ‘OPEN’. This wiring information is being provided free installationprofessional is not the responsibility ofaCommercial of charge and on an ‘as is’ basis. the the jumper jumper If cap jumper is The illustration shows is ‘SHORT’. It is your responsibility to insure proper 2 accuracy 3 2 3 to the installation. pinin3 every to enable mode. Commercial Electronics assumesenable no responsibility with regards or currency of this information. pin pin 333. ground. Note: Use 7.Optional) Central technical diagrams Central lockinglocking technical diagrams RED WIRE: Siren Siren connection connection guide guide Connect to battery direct or constant 12v power supply. Any damage to the vehicle during installation or after ATTENTION: Electronicsofalways suggests installationAny be performed certified and trained installation installer is in noCommercial way the responsibility Commercial Electronics. up. even in reliance upon this information. without any representation or warranty to the products being installed. It is your responsibility to insure proper installation. The black wire must connect to a solid chassis ground.5Output. pin pin 33 to to enable 3. ‘SHORT’. cap theisisjumper The illustration shows how the jumpers jumpers areplaced set up. Commercial Electronics assumes no responsibility resultingATTENTION: from an improper installation. Short pin pin 2.5 amp fuse (not supplied). The black wire must connect to a solid chassis ground. damage toinstallation thefull vehicle or after is free technician. pin Short 2 to pin enable seconds default). Clean away any Siren guide BLACK BLACK WIRE: WIRE: paint or dirt to ensure the best possible ground. Short pin 1. or currency of this information. YELLOW / BLACK ORANGE / BLACK DON’T USE The illustration shows how the jumpers are set up. without any representation or warranty to the products being installed. Pin 3 WHITE WIRE: RED WIRE: WHITE WIRE: to battery or constant 12v power WHITEof WIRE: Connect to red Connect cable alarmdirect 24 connector (pin 3). This wiring information manual gear mode default). Connect to white alarm C1 Note: Use ampcable fuseof (not supplied). Short pin 1. Proper installation case isautomatic and remainsgear the responsibility of the installer. technician. Ground Input (-). Any harm or injury to the responsibility resulting from an improper installation.

negative to unlock. interrupted to lock PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE APPROPRIATE LOCKING AND COMFORT CLOSING PULSES YELLOW YELLOW / BLACK RESISTANCE TO LOCK WHITE VEHICLE CENTRAL LOCKING RELAY Diagram H Diagram F INTERNAL ALARM RELAYS YELLOW WHITE DRIVER’S SIDE DOOR Negative locking with comfort closing Vauxhall vehicles only INTERNAL ALARM RELAYS ORANGE / BLACK VEHICLE ACTIVATOR VEHICLE CENTRAL LOCKING RELAY INTERNAL ALARM RELAYS ORANGE ORANGE / BLACK NOTE: NORMALLY ONLY THE DRIVER’S DOOR ACTUATOR NEEDS TO BE INTERRUPTED IN THIS WAY. NO MORE THAN 2 ACTUATORS MUST BE CONNECTED IN THIS WAY WITHOUT USING ADDITIONAL 30 AMP RELAYS! INTERNAL CENTRAL LOCKING SWITCH POSITIVE (+12v) VEHICLE CENTRAL LOCKING RELAY YELLOW DON’T USE YELLOW / BLACK UNLOCK PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE PULSE TO LOCK YELLOW ORANGE / BLACK YELLOW / BLACK Central locking control resistive positive (type CHRYSLER STRATUS) PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE ORANGE YELLOW Diagram M Single wire . interrupted to unlock PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE APPROPRIATE LOCKING AND COMFORT CLOSING PULSE VEHICLE CENTRAL LOCKING RELAY INTERNAL ALARM RELAYS Diagram I Positive locking with comfort closing VW Golf vehicles only Actuator interrupt (negative at rest) POSITIVE (+12v) Central technical diagrams Central lockinglocking technical diagrams DON’T USE VEHICLE CENTRAL LOCKING RELAY GROUND 13 VEHICLE CENTRAL LOCKING RELAY 15 .negative to lock.Central technical diagrams Central lockinglocking technical diagrams Diagram G Diagram E PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE VEHICLE CENTRAL LOCKING RELAY POSITIVE (+12v) WHITE INTERNAL ALARM RELAYS LOCK WHITE WHITE / BLACK ORANGE PULSE TO UNLOCK WHITE / BLACK VEHICLE ACTIVATOR PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE COMFORT CLOSING YELLOW COMFORT CLOSING CONNECTION WHITE ORANGE INTERNAL ALARM RELAYS DON’T USE YELLOW / BLACK WHITE / BLACK ORANGE / BLACK ORANGE A 14 12 Diagram N Diagram L Central locking control resistive negative lock only (type MERCEDES) INTERNAL CENTRAL LOCKING SWITCH PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE YELLOW RESISTANCE TO LOCK ORANGE DON’T USE YELLOW / BLACK RESISTANCE TO UNLOCK WHITE / BLACK ORANGE / BLACK ORANGE / BLACK DON’T USE GROUND RESISTANCE TO LOCK WHITE DON’T USE WHITE / BLACK VEHICLE ACTIVATOR INTERNAL CENTRAL LOCKING SWITCH INTERNAL ALARM RELAYS YELLOW / BLACK DON’T USE VEHICLE ACTIVATOR VEHICLE ACTIVATOR Central locking control resistive negative (type CHRYSLER VOYAGER) ORANGE GROUND GROUND DON’T USE WHITE ORANGE / BLACK DON’T USE RESISTANCE TO UNLOCK ORANGE / BLACK WHITE / BLACK YELLOW DON’T USE YELLOW / BLACK UNLOCKING CONNECTION WHITE / BLACK DON’T USE INTERNAL ALARM RELAYS WHITE / BLACK LOCKING CONNECTION DON’T USE YELLOW / BLACK PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE VEHICLE CENTRAL LOCKING RELAY WHITE DIODE IN 4002 C ORANGE DON’T USE GROUND Single wire .

Always fuse the 12 volt supply to the relay. fuseaathe 12 must volt supply to the trigger the switch and relay must be added and wired in this manner. The ground unit may be sufficient trigger theoutput switchfrom and ayour relay must benot added and wiredto ground output from your unit may not be sufficient toin theAlways switch and relay be added and relay. The This configuration ishigh used when the vehicle’s boot release switch operates current output. directly to the wire. Always fuse the 12 volt supply to the relay. Always fuse the 12 with volt aasupply tosignal the relay.toThe ground output fromwith youraa high unit may notground be sufficient switch operates with high current ground output. switch operates 12 volt to the boot solenoid. 15 17 .Bonnet and door protection Central technical diagrams Central lockinglocking technical diagrams Diagram Q Diagram O Central locking control actuator switch interrupt (negative at rest) (type Honda) Central locking control resistive negative unlock only PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE Bonnet and door protection Bonnet and door door protection Bonnet and protection BLUE WIRE (–) INPUT FROM ALARM INTERNAL CENTRAL LOCKING SWITCH PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE VEHICLE CENTRAL LOCKING RELAY WHITE WHITE ORANGE YELLOW DON’T USE YELLOW / BLACK WHITE / BLACK UNLOCK WIRE ORANGE / BLACK RESISTANCE TO UNLOCK LOCK WIRE WHITE / BLACK DOOR ACTUATOR SWITCH YELLOW / BLACK ORANGE / BLACK DON’T USE GROUND 1N4007 1N4007 1N4007 1N4007 1N4007 1N4007 BONNET PIN SWITCH DRIVER’S PIN SWITCH DRIVER’S PIN SWITCH ORANGE YELLOW BLUE WIRE (–) INPUT FROM ALARM BLUE WIRE (–) INPUT FROM ALARM DRIVER’S PIN SWITCH INTERNAL ALARM RELAYS INTERNAL ALARM RELAYS Optional diode and bonnet pin switch Optional diode and and Optional diode notbonnet included bonnet pin switch switch pin not included included not Interior supervision Interior lightlight supervision relays relays Interior light supervision supervision relays Interior light relays For negative interior light For negative negative interior interior light light +12v CONSTANT For For positive interior light For +12v CONSTANT For positive positive interior interior light light +12v CONSTANT +12v CONSTANT +12v CONSTANT +12v CONSTANT RED / BLACK WIRE INPUT FROM ALARM (-) RED / BLACK WIRE RED / BLACK WIRE INPUT FROM ALARM (-) INPUT FROM ALARM (-) (-) 0v NEGATIVE CONSTANT VEHICLE CENTRAL LOCKING RELAY RED / BLACK WIRE INPUT FROM ALARM (-) RED / BLACK WIRE RED / BLACK WIRE INPUT FROM ALARM (-) INPUT FROM ALARM (-) (-) 0v NEGATIVE CONSTANT (-) 0v NEGATIVE CONSTANT GROUND TO INTERIOR LIGHT (WIRE THAT’S POSITIVE (+) WHEN DOOR IS OPENED) TO INTERIOR LIGHT (WIRE THAT’S NEGATIVE (-) WHEN DOOR IS OPENED) TO INTERIOR LIGHT (WIRE THAT’S POSITIVE (+) WHEN DOOR IS OPENED) TO INTERIOR LIGHT (WIRE THAT’S POSITIVE (+) WHEN DOOR IS OPENED) TO INTERIOR LIGHT (WIRE THAT’S NEGATIVE (-) WHEN DOOR IS OPENED) TO INTERIOR LIGHT (WIRE THAT’S NEGATIVE (-) WHEN DOOR IS OPENED) Diagram R Central locking control negative unlock input switched interrupt to lock Boot release configurations Boot release configurations Boot release configurations Boot release configurations Optional extra Optional extra extra Optional PINK WIRE PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE PINK WIRE PINK WIRE VEHICLE CENTRAL LOCKING RELAY (-) INPUT FROM ALARM (-) INPUT FROM ALARM (-) INPUT FROM ALARM PINK WIRE PINK WIRE PINK WIRE +12v CONSTANT +12v CONSTANT INTERNAL ALARM RELAYS TO BOOT RELEASE SWITCH +12v CONSTANT OR SOLENOID (+) TO BOOT RELEASE SWITCH TO BOOT RELEASE SWITCH OR SOLENOID (+) OR SOLENOID (+) ORANGE WHITE YELLOW UNLOCK WIRE ORANGE / BLACK WHITE / BLACK DON’T USE UNLOCK WIRE YELLOW / BLACK PINK WIRE PINK WIRE This configuration is used when the vehicle’s boot release This operates configuration usedcurrent when the vehicle’s boot release switch with ais ground output. wired in thistrigger manner. this manner. Always fuse the 12 volt supply to the relay. Always fuse the 12 volt supply to the relay. Always fuse the 12 volt supply to the relay. (-) INPUT FROM ALARM (-) INPUT FROM ALARM (-) INPUT FROM ALARM This configuration is used when the output This is release used when the rests output from theconfiguration vehicle’s boot switch at VEHICLE CENTRAL LOCKING ACTUATOR This configuration is used when the output +12v CONSTANT from and the vehicle’s rests at ground a 12 volt boot pulserelease cannotswitch be applied +12v CONSTANT from the vehicle’s boot release switch rests at ground 12 volt pulsefuse cannot +12v CONSTANT directly toand the awire. supply to the relay. Always the be 12 applied volt TO BOOT RELEASE MOTOR SIDE RELEASE TO BOOT TO BOOT RELEASE MOTOR SIDE MOTOR SIDE 14 (-) INPUT FROM ALARM (-) INPUT FROM ALARM (-) INPUT FROM ALARM (-) CONSTANT GROUND (-) CONSTANT GROUND (-) CONSTANT GROUND +12v CONSTANT +12v CONSTANT TO BOOT+12v RELEASE SWITCH CONSTANT OR SOLENOID (-) TO BOOT RELEASE SWITCH TO BOOT RELEASE SWITCH OR SOLENOID (-) OR SOLENOID (-) This configuration is used when the vehicle’s boot release This configuration is12used when the vehicle’s boot release switch with ais voltwhen signalthe to vehicle’s the boot solenoid. Always fuse the 12 volt supply to the relay. Thisoperates configuration used boot release switch operates with 12 volt signal to the boot solenoid. PINK WIRE GROUND 16 BONNET PIN SWITCH BONNET PIN SWITCH TO BOOT RELEASE SIDE TOSWITCH BOOT RELEASE TO BOOT RELEASE SWITCH SIDE SWITCH SIDE ground and a 12 volt pulse cannot be applied directly to the wire.

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