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    RF REMO TE CONTROLLED VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM with Rolling Code and Code Learning T echnology Operating Guide Uniden New Zealand Limited 150 Harris Road East Tamaki Auckland New Zealand Phone: 0800 864336 (sales) Phone: 0800 486433 (service) Fax: 09 274 0009 Email: service@uniden.co.nz Uniden Australia Pty Limited 345 Princes Highway Rockdale NSW 2[...]

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    ® V S1 1 24XR Operating Guide Page 2 CONGRA TULA TIONS From the moment you purchased this UNIDEN V ehicle Security System, you became a part of the UNIDEN family . Y ou started taking advantage of over 30 years of advanced engineering . Y ou joined a team of engineers, technicians, designers, and people like yourself who know how important protect[...]

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    ® V S1 1 2 4XR Operating Guide Page 3 Button #2 Button #1 Button #3 T ABLE OF CONTENTS T O T AL PROTECTION l If a thief opens a door , the alarm immedi- ately sounds the siren and flashes the parking lights for 30 seconds. If the opened door is not closed and current sensing has not been selected, the siren and lights will trigger up to three 30-s[...]

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    ® V S1 1 24XR Operating Guide Page 4 ARMING There are two different ways to arm your alarm. T ell your dealer which is best for you: q Active Arming - (Default setting) Means : Using the remote to arm the alarm. 1. T urn your ignition OFF and close all doors. 2. Press remote control button #1. l If the siren chirps and parking lights flash once, t[...]

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    ® V S1 1 2 4XR Operating Guide Page 5 This is useful if you know , based on experience, that your shock, glass-break, or other add-on sensor will false trigger , such as when you park near a construction site or other harsh environ- ment. T o bypass your alarm's sensors, 1. Press button #1 to arm the alarm. The siren chirps and the parking li[...]

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    ® V S1 1 24XR Operating Guide Page 6 FIRST - Press Button #2 THEN - P ress Button #1 If you lose your remote control, you can disarm your alarm with the ignition key and “VALET” button. While your alarm is either armed or triggered, turn the ignition switch ON , then EMERGENCY DISARM press and release the VALET button 3 times. The siren and th[...]

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    ® V S1 1 2 4XR Operating Guide Page 7 O THER FEA TURES • Multi-P oint Engine Immobiliser — This alarm can support up to 3 engine immobiliser relays. One is supplied as standard so that when your alarm is armed, your vehicle will not start. • Automatic Engine Immobiliser — With the engine immobiliser relay(s) fitted the engine will be autom[...]

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    ® V S1 1 24XR Operating Guide Page 8 F. V alet mode indicator — Flashes slowly if the ignition switch is turned OFF . G. AEI mode indicator — If the Automatic Engine Immobiliser is engaged the LED will be ON . H. T riggered zone indicator — If the alarm has been activated, the LED will flash for 30 secs. after the alarm has been disarmed. EG[...]