Deleting Lost or Stolen Remote Transmitters from Your System If one of your remote transmitters is lost or stolen, follow these instructions IMMEDIATELY to remove the transmitter code from your system. Make sure that you have all remaining remote transmitters available. CODE ALARM Owners manual Features and Benefits of Your Security System Automatic Starter Immobilization. The vehicle starter is automatically disabled when. Your security system is equipped with a lite-touch impact detector, which causes the system to emit a warning chirp if light impact to the vehicle is detected. It may be necessary at times to temporarily disable the lite-touch feature, especially in areas where severe vibration. It is not necessary to re-program the remote transmitter after changing the battery. Adding Remote Transmitters to Your System Your security system has the ability to operate from up to four (4) remote transmitters. Follow these instructions to add a remote transmitter to your system. A. Siren 20 ORANGE ) Mount bell housing downwards. Use at least two (2) screws to secure siren to mounting location. Connect siren BLACK wire to module ORANGE wire. Connect siren RED wire to a fused 12-volt source. ( - ) Trunk Release. Remote Control Enlarged to Show Detail Code-Alarm, Elite, SureStart, IR-s, RemoteSimple, SilentChoice, RealPanic, CodeShift, and MaxRange are trademarks of Code-Alarm Incorporated. All rights reserved. This Product is UNAVAILABLE at this time. Make sure that the siren chirps each time you press the ARM button. If you have three remaining remote transmitters, press the ARM button on the first remote transmitter two (2) times, then press the ARM button on the other two remote transmitters once. Trunk Release / Auxiliary Output The Trunk Release / Auxiliary Output is activated by pressing and holding DISARM or ARM (selectable) on the remote transmitter The output duration lasts as long as the button is held (up to 45 seconds). The system will then re-arm, awaiting the next intrusion attempt. The Interior Status Indicator The Status Indicator is a high-intensity red light mounted in a visible location on the vehicle dashboard. This red light gives a visual indication of the alarm system's state of operation.