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STARTING THE ENGINE
To start the engine, press button (horn: 0, lights: 1).
The system automatically adjusts ignition duration for your type of vehicle; parking lights flash once (duration: four seconds)
then stay on all the time engine is running.
If more than one command is emitted, each successive start command resets runtime to the beginning, parking lights flash
once to confirm command has been received and horn sounds once to let you know engine is already running.
Repeating this command will produce an audible confirmation that engine has started, which can be useful if vehicle is not in
IF ENGINE FAILS TO START
If your system cannot start your engine at first attempt, it will wait for a few seconds and then try again (it could try again
twice depending on reason for failure to start).
After three attempts, it will shut down automatically and wait for new command (see "Start fail codes" on page 16).
UPON ENTERING YOUR VEHICLE...
Automatic transmission vehicles Manual transmission vehicles
To avoid turning the engine off when taking
place behind the steering wheel, do not apply
the brakes until you have placed the key in the
ignition and turned it to the RUN position.
To avoid turning the engine off when taking place behind
the steering wheel, do not apply the brakes and do not
remove the parking brake until you have placed the key in
the ignition and turned it to the RUN position.
DO NOT TURN IGNITION KEY TO
Your engine will stop automatically after a preset time (See "Setting the runtime" on page 8).
Parking lights will stay on as long as engine is running.
Your remote starter is equipped with a negative trigger (pulse) input.
This input can be connected to another remote control device or to an AstroStart RST-2 timer
output (optional), part number 310-903-502.
If this input is connected, consult this device's manual or ask your technician which command
controls the start/stop function.
The start/stop commands received on this input are ignored while the engine is running on a remote
All Start/Stop functions controlled by this input behave in the same way as functions controlled by remote.