- This is the first domestic car on which even in the simplest configuration “norm” the plant puts a full-fledged security system. Its main links are in photo 1. This is controller 1 (Bosch M7.9.7), a control unit 2 of an automobile anti-theft system (APS-6), a working ignition key 3 with a remote control and a transponder (encoder), a learning key 4 with its own transponder (in red shell), ignition 5 with integrated communication coil, block 6 of the remote control system. We note one of the advantages of the new APS-6 immobilizer from the previous APS-4, familiar to the owners of Samar and Tens: now you do not need to attach the key to the receiver assigned to the ignition switch. The key in the Kalina lock immediately ensures the transponder is connected to the coil - without unnecessary manipulations! The APS-6 control unit reads the code hidden in the key transponder and transfers it to the controller, which compares this code with the one written in non-volatile memory. If someone else's key was able to be inserted into the lock (the probability is rather low!), The start will not work - the codes will not match. Or … someone else's key is "clean", untrained, - start-up is again impossible. Nothing will work out when you try to act as someone else’s learning key.
At the same time, it is worth remembering that if you lose your working key, you can start the engine for the trainer and drive until you buy a new worker. It is clear that it will have to be re-programmed (trained).
By the way, VAZ does not recommend selling cars with an inactive security system - if the buyer refuses it, an appropriate entry should be made in the service book. But life is a difficult thing …
Having bought Kalina with the activated APS-6 system, you received two keys - a training and a working one. But there are already “clean” working keys on sale: where is the guarantee that the unscrupulous seller has not trained yet another working key (the system allows this) and did not give it to “interested parties”? That is why it is better to retrain APS-6 immediately, on a new machine. Let’s do it.
In subsequent manipulations, we will need to quickly replace one key with another, so we will free both of them from the bunch. And one more thing: we refuel the tank, otherwise the signal lamp may light up and at the same time the buzzer will sound, confusing - we need only those signals that are related to training!
So, got behind the wheel. Doors shut? You can start.
1. Turning on the ignition with a training key, do not start the engine. In the instrument cluster there is an APS status indicator - 1 in photo 2. Turned on and does not blink - the system is not trained. Did not turn on - trained. 20 seconds flashing - the system is malfunctioning. In our case, the “typewriter with key” is off - trained.
2. Turning off the ignition, remove the key - the indicator flashes.
3. Turn on the ignition with a working key. The buzzer of the APS control unit will sound three times, and after 6 seconds twice more.
4. Turning off the ignition, remove the working key and …
5. … No later than after 6 seconds, insert the tutorial and turn on the ignition! (Otherwise, the system will "keep silent" - and everything will have to be done anew.) Three times the buzzer sounds, and after 6 seconds twice.
6. Turn off the ignition, but the training key can not be removed. The buzzer will sound once. The indicator will flash rapidly. Switching to this mode takes up to 15 seconds - wait!
7. Turn on the ignition. After a single buzzer sounds (but no later than 10 seconds), the direction indicators flash three times, the buzzer sounds in time with them and the horn sounds once. During this operation, the system remembers the codes, so it is impossible to turn off the ignition without waiting for the three confirming buzzer signals. Waiting time - at least 5 seconds.
8. We take out the training key from the lock. It is done.
Perhaps these manipulations seemed tricky to you, especially if nothing worked out on the first attempt. It is understandable: try, guided by some books, just to disassemble a car assembly - this is often quite difficult. And in our case, we still need to monitor the running time. “Who did not have time is late!” - the joke is sometimes relevant. Therefore, we recommend that you reduce the instructions to a concise cheat sheet, thoroughly comprehend it and then act. At your service here is a sample.
And how to check the performance of the system? Turn on the ignition with a working key. The motor does not start, and after six seconds the indicator starts to blink and a buzzer sounds at an interval of 10 seconds - the system is malfunctioning. There are four options.
Single signal. The key code is not read. For example, a transponder soldered into a board is faulty in a worker. (You can verify this by replacing the training key. But remember that some managed to lose the plug-in transponder of the training key - photo 3.) If the worker is broken, you will have to buy a new one and train (see above). Well, if the problem is not in the keys? Obviously, you will have to check the communication coil (resistance 6-8 Ohms) and the health of its circuits.
Two coil outputs are connected to pins 1 and 11 of the APS-6 control unit. If the circuit is in order, then most likely you will have to change the block.
Two buzzer signals: there is no communication between the APS control unit and the controller (W-line). Let's check the circuit between the terminal 18 of the block and the terminal 71 of the M7.9.7 controller. Another possible reason is the absence of 12 V voltage on the terminals 44 and 63 of the controller connected to the terminal 30 of the ignition switch, most often due to a contact failure in the wiring harness block or a defect in the main relay. It is also necessary to check the voltage at the terminals 12 and 13 of the controller associated with the terminals 30 and 15 (respectively) of the lock. And for the power supply of the APS unit, its contacts 6 (from terminal 30 of the lock) and 20 (from terminal 15 of the lock) are responsible. If all the circuits are in order, then the blocks themselves are faulty - the APS and / or the controller.
Three signals: someone else’s APS unit or key! The latter can be replaced by "clean" and retrain the APS. If you have someone else’s learning key, the situation is worse. The controller, in the memory of which there is a mark obtained during training, can no longer be retrained until its memory is cleared. And this requires software, etc., which most car owners do not have - it is often easier to buy a new controller.
Four signals: the key and controller codes did not match. For example, they made a mistake in the service and instead of the native controller they put a stranger. Exit - see above.
|TRAINING APS-6 (SAMPLE VAZ Crib) 1. About. key on Ignition: APS indicator is off. 2. Off ignition., take out about. key: indicator APS flashes for 6 s. 3. On ignite. slave key: 3 signals zoom. - 6 s - 2 signals 4. Off ignition., take out the slave. the key - and in time for 6 s … 5. … On. ignite. training key: 3 signals zoom. - 6 s - 2 signals 6. Off ignition., do not remove the key: 1 signal zoom. - transition 15 s - indic. blinks frequently. 7. On ignition: 1 signal zoom. - 3 times pointers., 3 signals. zoom. - 1 signal horn. 8. Remove both keys.|