EVO-ONE User Guide
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The EVO-ONE is compatible with many manual transmission vehicles, HOWEVER, the vehicle must have a CAN-BUS tach signal (tach signal via data), otherwise the EVO-ONE will not support manual transmission usage.
Effectively, you cannot use an EVO-ONE on older manual transmission vehicles, as they will not be equipped with CAN-BUS tach signal capability.
The EVO-ONE is compatible with diesel vehicles, and has the capability to vary wait to start times (for glow plug delay).
Adjustment of these settings must be completed by using the FLASHLINK Updater tool, and the FLASHLINK software.
The EVO-ONE can be configured as an alarm with remote starter, when used with the Fortin FSS shock sensor (install guide for FSS below):
Valet Mode means turning the EVO-ONE off, whether it is for servicing the vehicle or when valet parking (for example). By no means do you have to turn the EVO-ONE off, but if you want to turn it off you may do so through the valet mode procedure. You will require the included push button switch to be installed (as your installer where this was placed) OR a Fortin brand key fob kit using a Fortin FMH antenna.
Entering and exiting (turning on/off) valet mode is done via two methods as outlined below.
The EVO-ONE is comaptible with external key fob kits (commonly called RF Kits). We always recommend using Fortin key fob kits, but the EVO-ONE is compatible with other brand key fob kits as well.
Please see below for all compatible kits (that we sell):
DRONE Mobile is NOT compatible with the Fortin EVO-ONE.
It will NOT work and cannot be integrated with the EVO-ONE.
EVO-START2 not programming?
Did you connect the YELLOW Wire from the EVO-START2 to ignition?
EVO-ONE Programming Required!
Ensure RF Kit Compatible option is set to Fortin 2.
See our video below on how to do this!