Audiovox 4177 User Manual

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Familiarize yourself with the Installation Instructions and Cruise Control components.

A. Wllen disconnecting connectors,hold connector and ressthe lock downward while pulling connectorsapart. (Figure A) CAUTION: Do Not Pull On Wires

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B.When connecting mating connectors,push connectorstogetheruntil locking mechanismsare fim11ylocked together. (Figure B)

If vehicle is equippedwith an Anti-TheftRadio, the radio codemusfbe written down prior to discolmecting battery cable. The codemust be reenteredwhen the negative battery cable is reinstalled.

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Removethe vehicle'sbattery terminals before installing the Cruise Control components for safety precautions. (Figure C)

Remove Both

Battery

Terminals

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When installing Self Stripping Connector,

Follow these four steps. (Figure D)

1) Press existing vehicle wire into

connector slot

2) Insert

harness wire to stop, must go

past metal tab

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4) Bend cover

over and snapshut

3) Squeezetab into COJU1ectorwith

pliers

STEP I. HA TTERY DISCONNECT:

Ifvehicle is equipped with Anti-TheftRadio, record security code before disconnecting battery cable.

Il"eter to vehicle,9wners

,manual

for instructions.

Raise

vehicle

hood

and remove

NEGATIVE

battery

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cable (See FibYilreC).

STEP 2. Receiver Module Installation:

 

Remove existing Cruise Control Switch, if one exists. Refer tp Ifelpful Hint #2 to when disconnecting

 

4 pin connector.

 

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Choose a location under the driver's side dash to mount the receiver module. This location should be

 

chosen such that interfacing to the existing cruise control harness does not cause stress on the wiring

 

harness. It is best to leave at least 2 inches of slack in the wiring harness once it is connected. Also, for

 

best performance, choose the location such that there is no significant metal (excluding wires) in the

 

line of sight to the steering wheel.

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Mount the receiver module in the location chosen using either tie straps supplied, or the bracket

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supplied.

 

STEP 3. Mounting the Transmitter:

Secure

the

supplied

transmitter

mounting

bracket

to

the

steering

wheel

as indicated

by the

mounting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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bracket installation note.

2 Slide the transmitter on to the mounting bracket. Firmly press the transmitter on the bracket until it locks into place. The bracket has automatic locking pins to secure the transmitter.

£The RF transmitter I~ a NORMALLY OPEN SWITCH. It is necessaryto adjust the programming switch

;;on the Cruise Control (where applicable) to the correct position. Refer to your Cruise Control

,Installation Instruction Page#7 for normally open switch.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE FOR CRUISE CONTROL WITH

REMOTE CONTROLLED SWITCH

TRANSMITTER

 

RECEIVER

(mounted on steering

wheel}

(mounted under dash)

 

 

Equipment Needed

I)Volt/Ohm meter

2)Jumper Wire

~eory o Remote Controlled Switch Operation

The ROSTRA remote controlled cruise switch incorporates the same features and functions as contemporary cruise control switches plus a few enhancements.The primary functions; SET, COAST, TAP DOWN, RESUME, ACCEL, and TAP UP operate no different than any other cruise switch. However, the medium of communications from the switch to the cruise control is now Radio Frequency as opposed to wire. The benefits of the remote controlled switch are numerous and include; ability for in-wheelswitching witl1out interference of airbags and other critical components of the steering wheel assembly and simplified installation.

Electrical Tests

Electrical tests are perfonned on the 8 wires at the cruise control module. Using a Volt/Ohm meter, conduct the following fl'c;tswhere the wiring harness enters the cruise control module. The diagram below illustrates the wire locations, colors, and lunctions on the wirillg harness entering lIl(; cruise colllrol module.

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Figure J: Wire Locations from left to right entering the cruise control module

Abbreviation

Color

Function

R

Red

Control Switch

 

 

Power

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Color

Function

 

BR

Brown

Ignition

Power

v B

y

Violet

Brake Light G round

OR

Black

Ground

DO

 

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Ycllo\y

Rcsumc/Accel

BLU

~VSS Signal

Dark

Set/Decel

Green

 

BLUE

Tach Signal

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each function listed with the vehicle and cruise control

If results are observed contrary to the indicated desired

, fail codes for debugging instructions.

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A-5 SET/DECEL

Ignition

"OFF'

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0.0 (zcro)VDC

at

all

wires

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"ON",

 

12VI)C

on BROWN

wire

 

then press

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"'SET'

button,

 

12VDC on RED wire before

 

then press both

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pressing

both

buttons,

 

 

"SET'

and

 

O (zero)VDC

on RED

wire after

 

"RESUME"

 

pressing

both

buttons.

 

 

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Ignition

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12VDC

on "BROWN"

wire

 

 

 

I 12VDC on "RED" wire

 

Ignition

"ON"

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12VDC

on "VIOLET'

wire

 

Push Brake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pedal

 

 

 

 

 

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ignition

"ON"

 

12VDC

on "DARK

GREEN"

 

Push "SET'

 

WIre

 

 

 

 

 

Button

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12VDC

on "YELLOW"

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A-7

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4.5VDC to 0.0 (zero)VDC on

"ORA Y" wire, 3-4 times in 10 feet

A-8 System Ground

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Ignition "OFF' Continuity to Ground on

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"BLACK" wire

 

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B-6

Table I: Instructions for diagnostic fail codes

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Mechllnical Tests

Veri(v the cruise cable and linkage is properly installed by visually inspecting all related parts of the throttle connection

Verify that the cruise control cable is free to operate from obstruction or resistance. Verify that all brackets are secured properly and not damaged. Replace any damaged parts. , c

Entering

Diagnostics

Mode:

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Turn

the Cl1lise Control Switch to tile OFF position

2.

Turn

the ignition

switch to the OFF position

1.Turn the ignition switch to the ON position .vithout starting the engine, hold the RESUME/ACCEL button down while you turn the Cl1lise Control Switch to the ON position.)

4.The Diagnostics LED should be off at this time.

Tcstin2 thc Cl1lise Control Switch, Brake S,vitchWirin2, and Vehiclc Specd Sensor (VSS) Signal:

IF NOT

Lheck steps to enternlg dlagtlostlcs mode 1Indtry again

Cht:t:k Progranuning Switch #7:

01,'FNonnallvOPEN switch

r to Actuator Assembly, if diagnostic commands are

J Check Cruise Control Switch

IF NOT

Lli",,;';"",ps to ~llt~rillg diiigllOStic Illod;; and try again

Check Programming Switch #10: ON Vehicle speed sensor (ECM)

Ir set incorrectly, reset and re-enterdiagnostic mode

Some vehicles need to be ptlShedmore I

Ihm1tl1ree (3) feet

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Press and release SET/COAST button. LED should light each time button is pressedand go out when it is released.

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IF YES

IF YES

IF NOT

IF NOT

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or receiver are replaced. In that

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Install the new transmitter or receiver as described in the manual attached.

 

2.

Use Volt/Ohmmeter to verify

the steps you are about to make.

 

 

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Connect the Volt/Ohmmeter

to the Jrd pin from the left (next to Orange

wire) on the lO-pinconnector

 

 

of the interface harness.

 

 

 

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TheTurn Volt/Ohmmetertheignition powershouldon, readwithout(+5 startingvolts). the engine.

 

 

6Locate the Orange wire with the TeeTap on the interface harness.

7.Using the jumper harness, momentarily ground the Orange wire.

8.The Volt/Ohmmeter should read (0.0 volts).

9, Using the jumper harness, momentarily ground the Orange wire again. 10; The Volt/Ohmmeter should read (+5 volts).

11. Momentarily press the SET button on the transmitter.

12 The \!olt/Ohmmeter should read (0.0 volts)

13. Momentarily press the SET button on the transmitter again.

"; 14 The Volt/Ohmmeter should oscillate from 0 to +5 volts for approximately 4 seconds indicating the

., programming was successful.

-15The remote controlled cruise switch is now ready for use.

NOTE: At step 14, if the Volt/Ohmmeter didn't oscillate, but stays at (+5 volts) for 1 second, then stays

at (0.O volts ), then the programming was unsuccessful. Turn the ignition power off and repeat steps 1 -15above. ,

CAUTION: Be sure to road test your Cruise Control after installation. If your Cruise Control was installed correctly, it should perform as indicated in this section. The Cruise Control Switch is used to operate the system.

CAUTION: Do not use Cruise Control on slippery roads or in heavy traffic.

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When conneetmg this system to the vehicle, ensure that you follow this instruction manual and connect only to spccifi~ wires. Failure to do this may causethe cruise control switch to work improperly, causeelectrical or engine failure. and may result in damageto the vehicle and/or injury to the occupants.We must depend on your skill and good judgment as you install this system.We urge you evef). step of the way to consider the safety of yourself, the

f owner of the vehicle, and thosewho ride in it.

Modifications to this device without the expresspennission of Rostra PrecisionControls, Inc. may void all authority

of the user to operatethis device.

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FCC ID: JDR RFXTSWOl

(transmitter)

FCC ID: JDR RFRCSWOl (receiver)

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (I) This device may not cause hannful interference, and (2) ~is device must accept any interference received, including interferencethat may causeundesiredoperation.

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