AstroStart 2305A Remote Starter User Manual

The following table shows the effect that each zone has on the rearming cycle.
Protection zone Effect on rearming cycle
Additional sensor (trunk)
Shock sensor
These four zones prolong rearming cycle as long as they remain in violation.
Activated by ignition key: Cancels rearming
Activated by remote starter: No effect
Warning No effect
Applying brakes or ignition key in RUN position cancels rearming (until a door is opened, which causes rearming cycle to
restart from the beginning).
See also ‘Temporary Valet Mode’ (page 14) and ‘Dome Light Duration’ (page 19).
You can disarm only with remote control by pressing the
button (see Table of Commands on page 6).
System is disarmed immediately and restarts rearming cycle from the beginning.
You can terminate alarm condition by pressing button (2 sec.), which also disarms system. Pressing the button
(2 sec.) or the stop command, will terminate alarm condition without disarming system.
When the alarm is armed, one chirp of the siren and/or flash of the parking lights means that all protection zones are in
normal condition and system is ready.
The remote control lights the button and emits one Beep.
Three chirps or flashes means that one or more zones are in violation (i.e. at least one door is opened). At that time, the
remote send the same confirmations.
Once the zone is corrected (i.e. door closed), the system sends another confirmation (one chirp or flash if all zones are in
normal condition, three chirps or flashes if another zone is in violation).
If a zone is in violation when system is armed manually (using remote) and the cause of the violation is not corrected, the
alarm will still arm but this zone will not be able to generate an alarm condition. See also ‘Dome Light Duration’ on page 19.
When you disarm the alarm, two chirps or flashes indicate that no one tried to break into or do anything to your vehicle, and
four chirps or flashes indicate that an alarm condition occurred during your absence.
The following table summarizes this section.
1 chirp System armed, no zone in violation.
2 chirps System disarmed, no violation detected.
3 chirps System armed with zone in violation. Indicator light indicates which zone.
4 chirps
System disarmed with violation detected. Indicator light or remote transmitter indicates cause of alarm
Indicator light flashes a specific number of times to indicate different alarm conditions when arming and disarming the
system (according to the options programmed at time of installation).
It can also act as a deterrent if installed in a place visible from outside the vehicle.
DURING ARMING Indicator flashes codes for zones in violation (i.e. one door is opened).
Only one code is shown at a time. If more than one zone is in violation during arming, code changes when zone shown is
corrected (example: door closed).
DURING DISARMING Indicator flashes code for last zone that generated the alarm condition.
Code is shown when you press
button. This code is repeated until you apply the brakes.