Smart Key Activate / Deactivate:
To use the system, the smart key needs to be placed inside the car at a hidden place. As it increases the probability of theft, our system secures the car from being stolen by placing a cut-off between the push start button and the ECU.
Proximity Smart Key Activation:
As the driver approaches the Key Activation Zone with the smartphone, the Push Start button gets enabled and the driver can Start/Stop the car by pressing the button.
Proximity Smart Key De-Activation:
As the driver leaves the Key De-Activation Zone, the Push Start button gets disabled and the driver nobody can start the car by pressing the push start button. This measure prevents car theft even if the smart key is placed inside the car.
Setting up Proximity:
You can set the distance from the car at which the smart key gets enabled and disabled.
One can set it according to his/her requirements.
Manual Smart Key Activate/Deactivate:
Users can manually activate/deactivate the smart key by pressing the button on the main screen. This is mostly used when the user wants to remote start the car from a certain distance.
One can deactivate the proximity by pressing the icons on the main screen.
Proximity can also be disabled by going into car settings in the settings menu of the app.
Permanently Activate Smart Key:
The user can permanently make the smart key active by shifting the operational mode to REMOTE instead of APP. By doing this, the smart key will remain active and the push button will remain operational without the presence of the smartphone.
Smart key Activate/Deactivate Installation:
There are two types of grip 4 wirings available in the package. For push-start, use the Grip 4 wiring that does match the grip 4 wirings shown in the diagram and is without relays.
Cut the white wires in 23 & 24 slots.
Take out the push start button. A couple of wires would come out of it.
There are two types of triggers for the push button. Some cars use negative and positive simultaneously.
For the negative triggers, find out by hit and trial. Connect one side of the voltmeter at positive and the other side at one of the connectors. Press the push button, the connector at which the meter shows reading is the negative trigger. Cut the wire and connect the 18 orange/black and 17 green/black to both ends of the negative trigger wire.
For positive triggers. Connect one side of the voltmeter at negative and the other side at connector pins one by one. Press the push button, the connector at which the meter shows reading is the positive trigger. Cut the wire and connect the 20 orange and 19 green to both ends of the positive trigger wire.
Some cars need both triggers as positive or negative while some cars use both positive triggers.
Note for push start cars to remote start:
Push Start cars do not need a security relay as the device has a built-in cut off for the push start button. The smart key gets disabled by smartphone app on demand. A smart key needs to be placed at a hidden place in the car to use the app for starting purposes.
You can read more here more about how car sharing works and remote start cars.