VISION

VAE 318-2800

Installation manual

WIRING DIAGRAM

. 1

WIRING DESCRIPTION

Wire No. Description
1 To + 12V constant (15A fuse)
2 To ground
3 To ACC of ignition key switch + 12V
5 -VE output connect to LED
8,9 Cut +VE ignition coil wire from ignition key switch to connect wire #9 to ignition key switch ON position and wire #8 connect to ignition coil side
10,11 Cut start motor relay wire from ignition key switch to connect wire #10 to the start motor relay side and wire #11 connect to ignition start position
15 +VE to siren
18,19 + 15A (with 7.5A X 2 fuse) connect to signal light (indicator)
20 To +VE door switch input. Please checking your vehicle door switch if -VE output, connect to wire #21
21 To -VE door switch input. Please check your vehicle door switch if +VE output, connect to wire #20
28 -VE signal output (300mA) for trunk release
30
31
32
33
34
35
#30 to #35, these 6 wires are interface to existing central door locking from manually to remote activate when you arm & disarm (15A lock/ unlock output). To submit many different existing central door locking, please refer to the wiring diagram.
48 Input, connect to emergency brake switch -VE position
49 Input, connect to oil pressure switch -VE position. Used only when 6 starting attempt feature is needed
4 pin connector Connect to 318-072 dual zone sensor

HOW TO IDENTIFY THE TYPE OF C.D.L SYSTEM IN YOUR VEHICLES

  1. Remove the driver's master door lock switch assembly from the driver's door panel. You may have to remove the driver's door panel. In some cars this switch is on the center console. NOTE: DO NOT DISCONNECT THE WIRES FROM THIS SWITCH.
  2. Examine the wires coming out of the switch assembly. You should find one of the following type systems by checking the functions of each wire with using a test light or volt/ohm test meter.
    1. 3-WIRE GROUNDING TYPE SYSTEM:

      One wire is grounded all the time.
      One wire is grounded only when switch is moved to the lock position.
      One wire is grounded only when switch is moved to the unlock position.

    2. 3-WIRE + 12 VOLT TYPE SYSTEM:

      One wire has + 12 volts oll the time.
      One wire has + 12 volts only when switch is moved to the lock position
      One wire has + 12 volts only when switch is moved to unlock position.

    3. 4-W1RE + 12V VOLT TYPE SYSTEM:

      One wire has + 12 volts ll the time.
      One wire is grounded ll the time.
      One wire has + 12 volts only when switch is moved to lock position.
      One wire has + 12 volts only when switch is moved to unlock position.

    4. 5-WIRE REVERSE POLARITY TYPE SYSTEM:

      One wire has +12 volts ll the time.
      Two wires are grounded all the tine.
      One wire is grounded normally but will switch to + 12 volts when switch is moved to the lock position.
      One wire is grounded normally but will switch to +12 volts when switch is moved to the unlock position.

    5. SPECIAL DOOR LOCKING SYSTEMS WITH VAE-316-12 MOTOR:

      If the driver's door key unlocks & locks. All the doors and when the key is used to lock or unlock the passenger's door the driver's door remains unchanged then you need to install model VAE-316-12 motor to the driver's door.

    6. VACUUM DOOR LOCK SYSTEMS:

      If when you lock or unlock the doors you see or hear each door locking one after the other (not all at the same time) then you should have a vacuum system.

. 2

IGNITION PROGRAMING INSTRUCTION

The system provides the most convenient selectable features, if you have any feature change requirement, you can use the ignition key to program.

(A) How to program :

If you want to change any function opposite of the existing one, please follow the steps of Table 2.

(Table 2)
Step What you need to do Response
1 Disarm the system, leave the drive door open, and turn ignition key to ON position Same response as active disarm
2 Press H-1, quickly press CH-2 within 5 seconds LED will be ON for 2 seconds, and then flash to select features (total are 7 flashes)
3 Turn ignition key OFF when the LED flashes the number of time you selected Siren will emit 1 or 2 chirps to confirm the feature is programmed.
  • 1 chirp means the feature program ON
  • 2 chirps means the feature program OFF

(B) Features you may program

The system provides different features (table 3) you may change as required.

(Table 3)
LED flash Selectable Feature Pre-set
3 flashes Last door Arming ON/OFF OFF
4 fleshes Re-arm ON/OFF ON
5 flashes Exterior illumination ON/OFF OFF

PROGRAMMING TRANSMITTER

(abl 4)
Step What you need to do Response
1 Disarm the system.
Turn ignition key on/off 3 times, and then stay in ON position
Set and release emergency brake SET until the LED flashes
  • Same response as active disarm
  • LED will stay ON to confirm the system is in programming mode
2 Press each transmitter CH-1 once (maximum of 3 transmitters can be learned) One chirp confirm each transmitter is programmed
3 Release the emergency brake of 10 seconds has elapsed Same response as disarm

PROGRAMMING SECURITY CODE

(abl 5)
Step What you need to do Response
1 Disarm the system.Tturn ignition key to ON position.
Set and release emergency brake 4 times, stay emergency brake in SET position
  • Same response as active disarm
  • LED stays ON
2 Turn the Ignition key the number of times you selected ( 1-9) System will chirp each time ignition is turned ON
3 Release the emergency brake or 10 second elapsed Same response as disarm

Note: Factory pre-set emergency override is set for 3 times.

23.12.2001