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2005 dodge dakota horn honks while arming vehicle with Viper alarm instralled

I have a viper alarm installed with the voice module that says "Viper Armed" and "protected by viper stand back", problem is when the viper system responds to a "triggered" threat or simply arming the system the horn honks as well drowning out the Viper security systems siren... where can i find the trigger wire of a relay somewhere so that the horn does not honk upon arming the security system?

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  • Joseph Feb 19, 2012

    Got it!
    Answer was in the trucks manual, there was a procedure to follow to turn off factory horn honking......
    Wala, Problem solved!

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You need to look under the dash for the model number then contact viper support

Posted on Jul 18, 2012

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  • Joseph Jul 25, 2012

    I found the issue, it was an OEM issue. I found that the remote can honk the horn upon locking the vehicle, or not... I simply looked in the owners manual and was able to turn off the horn honk using the OEM remote, easy peasy

  • Mike Thomas Jul 25, 2012

    i dont think viper is the oem's security system

  • Joseph Jul 25, 2012

    Well of course viper is not OEM DA, if you would have read the comment it said it was a part of dodges OEM features

  • Mike Thomas Jul 25, 2012

    Sorry.Should have understood you have two security systems.Who installed the Viper system?

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SOURCE: what do i need to do to reconect a viper 479v?

this is the instructions to programing your remote to your truck go this page..


http://www.directedstore.com/manuals/479V.pdf

Posted on Dec 04, 2009

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