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Kia Sportage Third generation (SL) - (2011-2016) - Service and Repair Manual / Body Electrical System / Keyless Entry And Burglar Alarm / Specifications, Components and Components Location | Description and Operation

Specifications

 Specification

Components and Components Location

Components and Components Location

 Component Location (1)

  1. Hood switch
  2. Burglar horn
  3. RKE receiver
  4. BCM (Body Control Module)
  5. Front door switch
  6. Front door lock actuator & switch
  7. Rear door lock actuator & switch
  8. Rear door switch
  9. Tailgate release switch
  10. SJB (Smart Junction Box)
  11. Key warning switch

 Component Location (2)

Schematic Diagrams

Schematic Diagrams

 Circuit Diagram

Description and Operation

Description and Operation

 Description

Remote Keyless Entry System

The described function is a radio-frequency remote control for central doors locking / unlocking, trunk release and Panic activity of art automotive vehicle without using a mechanical key.

Tins system confirms successful (un-)locking through flash light or/and a hour signal.

This will be a part of the equipment of vehicles in case of the Non-SMK variant.

  • Transmitter with 3 buttons (door locking, door unlocking, and panic).
  • Receiver is integrated in the BCM.
  • BCM, control runt in which remote control decoding is done.

RF System Function Data Flow

Key (button) Operation

Key (button) Operation

1. New button event is detected in the condition of "button-off".

2. Chattering time of Lock/Unlock buttons is 100 ms and Trunk button have 1s chattering time and Panic button is 500ms.

3. If a button switch is off before determining the button switch value (100ms), RF transmission is stopped.

4. If more two buttons pressed simultaneously, older is rejected.

Key (button) Operation Abnormal Transmit Tuning Chart

Key (button) Operation Abnormal Transmit Tuning Chart

Indicator (LED)

Each transmitter has a red LED on the housing top. It indicates the transmission activity. The LED blinks same times with RF data First valid frame transmission times follow is "normal frame" case.

Normal frame cases are Lock frame, Unlock frame, Panic frame, Trunk frame, it is also valid case and first detection frame.

There is one exception to this rule, Panic Stop frame has to ignore for LED blinking.

If you want to know other cases, refer the figure in chapter for Validated Key (button) Input for Protection of Panic noise.

When RF Data is transmitted, the LED is blinked like below.

Receiver & BCM Function

Receiver & BCM Function

Tins function describes the following features

  • RKE Lock
  • RKE Unlock
  • RKE Panic
  • RKE PanicStop 1/ RKE PanicStop2
  • Memory order by RKE Lock
  • Key Teaching
  • Synchronization / Resynchronization

Key Teaching

Key Teaching is that BCM has the identification of remote key and Synchronization of rolling code between BCM and remote key.

1. Key Teaching with GDS Diagnostic Tool

  1. Key teaching Step refers to the Diagnostic Specification.

2. Key Teaching Sound

2. Key Teaching Sound

Only for information: (RKE teaching sound is described in Warning function specification)

  1. When each Key's teaching is ended, magnetic buzzer is operated, every one time.
  2. Key Teaching Buzzer Sound Characteristics

Burglar Alarm System

Burglar Alarm System

  • The Burglar Alarm System is a function used to prevent or deter the unauthorized appropriation of the vehicle.

    Theft prevention or Burglar Alarm function has been introduced to assert the ownership whenever the rightful owner is physically present. In an attempt to discourage theft, Burglar Alarm works by emitting high-volume sound (Horn) when triggered by circuit breach. This vehicle alarm is designed to be triggered by opening special switches (e.g. doors, hood, trunk open switch contacts)

  • This system also prevents the car from starting by disabling Starter relay if intrusion has been detected.
  • To indicate that the vehicle is anti-theft protected a blinking indicator located at a visible area in the vehicle is provided (this is part of a theft preventive action).

    The Alarm System function group consists of an Burglar Alarm function.

    The Burglar Alarm offers a theft protection functions which.

1. Armed by

  1. Mechanical key lock switch in driver side door if Mechanical Option is set
  2. By RKE lock or SMK lock command
  3. All door lock and then all door closed if Mechanical Option is set

2. Triggers an alarm when

  1. Any doors open
  2. Hood open
  3. Trunk open by unknown event

3. Disarmed by

  1. Turning the mechanical key unlock switch in driver side door if Mechanical Option is set
  2. By RKE unlock or SMK unlock command

Burglar Alarm Function Data Flow

Burglar Alarm Control Function

Burglar Alarm Control Function

This function specification describes the following states of Burglar Alarm Control

  • ARM Mode
  • DISARM Mode
  • ARMWAIT Mode
  • ALARM Mode
  • ARMHOLD Mode
  • AutoLockTimer1 Mode
  • AutoLockTinier2 Mode
  • PRE ARM Mode
  • REARM Mode

 Function Description

 Function Description

Signal Activity

The Burglar Alarm System provides the function that shall inhibit the use of the vehicle when intrusion into the vehicle has been detected.

1. Burglar Alarm State is managed by the Burglar Alarm Control function for SMK, and is dependant on Burglar Alarm Control state as follows:

  1. Burglar Alarm State = 1: Burglar Alarm Control state is in ARM or ALARM or REARM or ARMWAIT
  2. Burglar Alarm State = 0: Burglar Alarm Control state is in DISARM or AUTOLOCKTIMER1 or AUTOLOCKTIMER2 or ARMHOLD or PREARM

2. At the time of sending on the CAN signal to ARM type state from DISARM type state, the BCM unit shall send the CAN signals FOB1 and FOB2 set versus the memorized Key fob ID number.

  1. If Key Number = 1 is sending, FOB1 = 1 otherwise FOB1 = 0
  2. If Key Number = 2 is sending, FOB2 = 1 otherwise FOB2 = 0

3. To make available to other internal BCM functions the current Burglar Alarm Control state.

4. Burglar Alarm State is updated each time the Burglar Alarm Control is changed of state.

Power Condition Activity

State by RESET Condition

1. Reset means battery input restarted.

1. Reset means battery input restarted.

2. Only in ALARM State or REARM State, when reset is occurred, it is retried Alarm Flashing.

3. After reset, All timers should be reset.

State Description

Parameter Value

DISARM

DISARM

1. DISARM to DISARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

Condition 3

Condition 3

Condition 4

Condition 4

Т1 : 0.5 +- 0.05 sec, T2 : Arm Disarm buzzer duration

Т1 : 0.5 +- 0.05 sec, T2 : Arm Disarm buzzer duration

2. ARMWAIT to DISARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

3. ARM to DISARM

3. ARM to DISARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

Condition 3

Condition 3

4. AUTO LOCK TIMER1 to DISARM

4. AUTO LOCK TIMER1 to DISARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

5. AUTO LOCK TIMER2 to DISARM

5. AUTO LOCK TIMER2 to DISARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

6. ARMHOLD to DISARM

6. ARMHOLD to DISARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

T1 : Lock fail confirm time

T1 : Lock fail confirm time

7. PREARM to DISARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

Condition 3

Condition 3

8. REARM to DISARM

8. REARM to DISARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

Condition 3

Condition 3

9. ALARM to DISARM

9. ALARM to DISARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

Condition 3

Condition 3

Condition 4

Condition 4

T1 : Lock fail confirm time, T2 : ALT L alarm release time

T1 : Lock fail confirm time, T2 : ALT L alarm release time

ARM WAIT

1. DISARM to ARMWAIT

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

Condition 3

Condition 3

Condition 4

Condition 4

2. ARMWAIT to ARMWAIT

2. ARMWAIT to ARMWAIT

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

3. AUTO LOCK TIMER1 to ARMWAIT

3. AUTO LOCK TIMER1 to ARMWAIT

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

Condition 3

Condition 3

4. ARMHOLD to ARMWAIT

4. ARMHOLD to ARMWAIT

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

5. PREARM to ARMWAIT

5. PREARM to ARMWAIT

Condition 1

6. REARM to ARMWAIT

6. REARM to ARMWAIT

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

Т1 : Lock fail confirm time, T2 : Arm Disarm buzzer duration

Т1 : Lock fail confirm time, T2 : Arm Disarm buzzer duration

7. ALARM to ARMWAIT

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

T1 : Lock fail confirm time, T2 : Arm Disarm buzzer duration

T1 : Lock fail confirm time, T2 : Arm Disarm buzzer duration

ARM

1. ARMWAIT to ARM

Condition 1

2. ARM to ARM

2. ARM to ARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

ARMHOLD

ARMHOLD

1. ARMWAIT to ARMHOLD

Condition 1

2. ARM to ARMHOLD

2. ARM to ARMHOLD

Condition 1

3. ARMHOLD to ARMHOLD

3. ARMHOLD to ARMHOLD

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

AUTOLOCKTIMER1

AUTOLOCKTIMER1

1. DISARM to AUTOLOCKTIMER1

Condition 1

2. ARMWAIT to AUTOLOCKTIMER1

2. ARMWAIT to AUTOLOCKTIMER1

Condition 1

T1 : 0.5 +- 0.05 sec

T1 : 0.5 +- 0.05 sec

3. ARM to AUTOLOCKTIMER1

Condition 1

4. AUTOLOCKTIMER1 to AUTOLOCKTIMER1

4. AUTOLOCKTIMER1 to AUTOLOCKTIMER1

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

Condition 3

Condition 3

5. ARMHOLD to AUTOLOCKTIMER1

5. ARMHOLD to AUTOLOCKTIMER1

Condition 1

6. REARM to AUTOLOCKTIMER1

6. REARM to AUTOLOCKTIMER1

Condition 1

T1 : 0.5 +- 0.05 sec

T1 : 0.5 +- 0.05 sec

7. ALARM to AUTOLOCKTIMER1

Condition 1

T1 : 0.5 +- 0.05 sec

T1 : 0.5 +- 0.05 sec

AUTOLOCKTIMER2

1. DISARM to AUTOLOCKTIMER2

Condition 1

2. AUTOLOCKTIMER2 to AUTOLOCKTIMER2

2. AUTOLOCKTIMER2 to AUTOLOCKTIMER2

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

Condition 3

Condition 3

3. PREARM to AUTOLOCKTIMER2

3. PREARM to AUTOLOCKTIMER2

Condition 1

Т1 : 0.5 +- 0.05 sec

Т1 : 0.5 +- 0.05 sec

4. ALARM to AUTOLOCKTIMER2

Condition 1

T1 : 0.5 +- 0.05 sec

T1 : 0.5 +- 0.05 sec

PREARM

1. DISARM to PREARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

Condition 3

Condition 3

Condition 4

Condition 4

2. AUTOLOCKTIMER2 to PREARM

2. AUTOLOCKTIMER2 to PREARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

3. ARMHOLD to PREARM

3. ARMHOLD to PREARM

Condition 1

4. ALARM to PREARM

4. ALARM to PREARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

T1 : Lock fail confirm time

T1 : Lock fail confirm time

5. PREARM to PREARM

Condition 1

REARM

REARM

1. ALARM to REARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

2. REARM to REARM

2. REARM to REARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

Condition 3

Condition 3

Condition 4

Condition 4

Condition 5

Condition 5

ALARM

ALARM

  • Alarm pattern: MID/China 1 time Alarm flashing and Horn Activation (Alarm On Time 1 time).
  • Alarm pattern: GEN 3 times Alarm flashing and Horn Activation (Alarm On Time / Alarm Off Time, 3 time).

1. ARM to ALARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

Condition 3

Condition 3

2. REARM to ALARM

2. REARM to ALARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

Condition 3

Condition 3

3. ALARM to ALARM

3. ALARM to ALARM

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 2

Condition 3

Condition 3

Condition 4

Condition 4

Condition 5

Condition 5

Condition 6

Condition 6

T1 : Alarm single time, T2 : Alarm pause time,

T1 : Alarm single time, T2 : Alarm pause time, T3 : On time, T4 : Off time

T1 : Alarm single time, T3 : On time, T4 : Off time

T1 : Alarm single time, T3 : On time, T4 : Off time

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