Saturday, September 15, 2018

Crime Guard CG-830i7 Remote Programming Instructions

This Crime Guard CG-830i7 system uses replacement remote: ELV147, 149-07

I
The remote you chose has different possible programming procedures depending on the brand and model name of your system. Below are all 6 possible procedures:

Before you begin, your system must be in disarmed state and you must know where your valet switch is located. if you are unfamilliar with your valet switch. if you know where your valet switch is, perform the following steps:

1) Turn the vehicle's ignition to the "on" position
2) Within 7 seconds of steps 1, press the valet switch 5 times. The alarm should respond with a long siren chirp.
3) Press the Large/lock button on your remote (for Freedom 500, C-5, and K9 Mundial2, press 2nd or 3rd channel). The alarm should respond with a short siren chirp.
4) Repeat step 3 for each additional remote that is to operate the system (up to 4 remotes).

Note: the system will automatically exit programming mode if it detects a 15 second period of no activity.

II
Before you begin, your system must be in disarmed state and you must know where your valet switch is located. if you are unfamilliar with your valet switch. if you know where your valet switch is, perform the following steps:

1) Turn the vehicle's ignition to the "on" position
2) Within 7 seconds of steps 1, press the valet switch 5 times. The alarm should respond with a long siren chirp.

One Button Remote:

3) Press the button on your remote. The alarm should respond with a short siren chirp.
4) Press the valet switch one time.
5) Proceed to step 6.

Two button remote:

3) Press the large button on your remote. The alarm should respond with a short siren chirp.
4) Press both buttons at the same time. The alarm should respond with 2 short siren chirps
5) Press the small button on your remote. The alarm should respond with 3 short siren chirps.

Three button remote:

3) Press the large button on your remote. The alarm should respond with a short siren chirp.
4) Press the small right button on your remote. The alarm should respond with 2 short siren chirps.
5) Press the small left button on your remote. The alarm should respond with 3 short siren chirps.
6) Repeat steps 3-5 for each additional remote that you wish to operate your system (up to 4 remotes).

Note: the system will automatically exit programming mode if it detects a 15 second period of no activity.

III
Before you begin, your system must be in disarmed state and you must know where your valet switch is located. if you are unfamilliar with your valet switch. if you know where your valet switch is, perform the following steps:

1) Turn the vehicle's ignition to the "on" position
2) Within 7 seconds of steps 1, press the valet switch 5 times. The alarm should respond with a long siren chirp.
3) Press the valet switch to enter your secret override code. if a code has never been programmed, press the valet switch one time. The alarm should respond with a long siren chirp.
4) Press the Large/lock button on your remote. The alarm should respond with a short siren chirp.
5) Repeat step 4 for each additional remote that is to operate the system (up to 4 remotes).

Note: the system will automatically exit programming mode it it detects a 15 second period of no activity.

IV
Before you begin, your system must be in a disarmed state. Perform the following steps:

1. Turn the vehicle’s ignition from OFF to ON 5 times within 7 seconds. (You may need to remove the key each time you turn from OFF to ON.) The system should respond with a horn honk or the door locks will lock then unlock.
2. Press the lock button on your remote. The system should respond with a short horn honk or the door locks will lock and unlock.
3. Repeat step 2 for each addition remote that is to operate the system (up to 4 remotes.)

The system will automatically exit programming mode after 15 seconds of inactivity.

V
This type of alarm automatically enters transmitter programming mode upon power up. before you begin, make sure that all points of entry (doors,trunk,hood) are closed. if there is a hoos pin switch, have a friend hold it down or temporarily disconnect it. The system will not enter programming mode if it detects an open point of entry.

Perform the following steps:

If the system has been without power for more than 24 hours:

1) Apply power to the system.
2) Press the Large/lock button (Press small center button for freedom 400) on your remote. The system should respond with a short siren chirp.
3) Repeat 2 for each additional remote that is to operate the system.

If the system has had power within the last 24 hours:

1) Disconnect and re-apply power.
2) Press the large button (Press small center button for freedom 400) on any remote that does not already operate the system (this is how the system determines that you want to program transmitter). The system should respond with a short siren chirp.
3) Repeat step 2 for each additional remote that is to operate the system.

Note: the system will automatically exit programming mode if it detects a 15 second period of no activity.

VI
Before you begin, your system must be in disarmed state and you must know where your valet switch is located. if you are unfamilliar with your valet switch. if you know where your valet switch is, perform the following steps:

1) Turn the vehicle's ignition to the "on" then "off".
2)  Within 7 seconds of steps 1, press the valet switch 5 times. The alarm should respond with a long siren chirp.
3) Press the valet switch one time to enter transmitter programming mode.
4) Press the large/lock button on your remote. The alarm should respond with a short siren chirp.
5) Repeat step 4 for each additional remote that is to operate the system (up to 4 remotes).

Note: the system will automatically exit programming mode if it detects a 15 second period of no activity.

VII
Four different remote controls can be programmed for a given vehicle. If a 5th remote is added the 1st is deleted. When the first code learned command is sent, all the old codes are cleared. Therefore, if you want to add a new remote, all the old ones must be programmed as well.

1. Open hood.
2. Place key in ignition and turn to RUN position.
3. Apply the brake once.
4. You now have 10 seconds to turn the key from RUN to STOP position 3 times.
5. If this sequence is correctly carried out, the control module flashes parking lights.
6. Press any button on the new remote control (except the panic button). When access code of new remote is memorized, the control module will respond with 1 flash of the parking lights.
7. Repeat the above procedures for each remote control that has to be programmed, up to four remotes.
8. Apply the brake.
9. New remotes are ready and now added to the system.

If your vehicle's system was installed without the valet switch you can order one and install it to make it easier to do the programming.

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