Uniden VS235XR manual
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STANDARD FEATURES l RF Remote Control — Comes with slim-line transmitter. l RF Panic Alert — Pressing transmitter button #1 for 3 seconds will sound the siren. l Quiet Mode — Pressing transmitter button #2 followed by button #1 will arm or disarm the alarm without chirping. l Audio Confirmation — Siren chirps once when armed, twice when dis[...]
O WNERS MANU AL ARMED When button #1 is pressed, the siren chirps and parking lights flash once, and the LED starts flashing to show the alarm is armed. (No lights flash for the VS235XR.) ZONE BYPASS When you press transmitter button #1 to arm the alarm, and the alarm responds with three chirps and three light flashes (no flashes for the VS235XR), [...]
l Turning the ignition key ON will trigger the alarm for 30 seconds. l The optional Engine Immobilizer prevents the car from being started. l If the shock sensor detects light taps on the car, it will trigger the pre-intrusion alert (the siren chirps three times, and the parking lights flash three times [lights flash for VS255XR only]) to warn pote[...]
A. Procedure: (1) Disarm the alarm. (2) Turn the ignition switch ON/OFF 4 times within 15 seconds. (3) Within 15 seconds, hold the first transmitter, and then push buttons #1 and #2 together until 1 chirp confirms the code is learned (approximately 4 seconds), and that all previous transmitter codes have been deleted. If no button is pressed within[...]
TROUBLE SHOOTING In most cases, rare operational difficulties are the result of a weak transmitter battery. Below are the guidelines for solving the majority of the problems you may encounter. If you have not solved the problem after following these guidelines, contact a professional installer immediately. 1. No siren sound or chirp when transmitte[...]
IMPORTANT Fig. 1 GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS Important: Disconnect the fuse from alarm's red wire before beginning the installation. 1. The alarm comes with a U-shaped mounting bracket which provides a solid mounting for the main unit. The main unit should be located in an inconspicuous place under the hood as far away f[...]
B. Connect the fused ORANGE WIRE: ( 1) S ingle-wire parking light systems — Most vehicles have a single circuit which controls all parking lights. In this case, connect th e fused ORANGE WIRE to the (+) parking light wire. See fig. 2. ( 2 ) Dual-wire parking light systems — A few vehicles (mainly European) have separate circuits for parking lig[...]
FILE: DTPMANUALVS235255XRInstMenuVer1b.P65MAY2000 ORDER PART# 760-899-2909 GREY AND BROWN WIRES — To automatic door lock/unlock (VS255XR only) The power door lock outputs may be connected to a car which has existing or add-on power door lock switching relays. The transistor ground output is high enough to energize most switching relays. When [...]