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I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM WITH MY REAR DOOR TAHOE 2001 ., I TOOK IT TO THE MACHANIC AND IT WAS SO SIMPLE A FUSER UNDER HOOK . $8.00 FUSER ., IF I WOULD IT KNOW . I WOULD IT DONE IT MYSELF.-- REPLACE FUSER WHERE IT SAID --HORN- ITS UNDER THE FRONT HOOK... I END IT UP PAYING $120.00 FOR THEM TWO HOURS WORK...THE LIGHTS AND THE ALARM WAS NON-STOPPING MAKING NOISE..... RIGHT..????
The 4103 is not an alarm. It's a remote starter with keyless entry! Do you want the horn to sound when locking and unlocking? First, make sure that the horn wire was connected. Press and hold the lock button on the remote. That should activate the panic/car finder. The horn will begin to sound. Press and release the lock button to turn it off.
If the horn is connected and, you want said horn to sound when locking and unlocking, open door, turn ignition on then off, press and hold programming switch until the horn chirps once. Release programming button, press and release programming one time then, press and hold programming button. While holding the programming button press and release unlock button on remote. You should hear two chirps from the unit. Release programming button, turn ignition on to exit programming, Test system.
Was this "beep" from the horn or a siren? The unit could be in valet. Look at the LED on the antenna. Is it on solid? If so the system is in valet. To remove valet, turn ignition on then off, press and release programming button on antenna. If the LED is not on and, the "beep" came from the siren then, there is an issue with siren itself.
Can be somewhat complicated to explain, particularly without knowing the make, model & year of the truck and which bypass was used to integrate into the factory systems. But here's one thing it might be. The Viper system is aftermarket obviously, when the alarm is triggered the siren with start to sound, and sometimes the horn will honk as well (depending on the vehicle and the bypass). If the siren isn't blaring that means the Viper system was disarmed when you unlocked the doors but not your factory security....or another way to word it is if only the horn is honking and no siren then you're factory alarm system isn't being controlled by the viper remote the way it should be. The factory disarm wire needs to be connected. It's a light green wire with a black stripe in a red connector in the Viper alarm brain. For anything more specific I'd need some more info on the vehicle. You can email me at email@example.com if you'd like.
your alarm may be in valet mode causing the system to act as a keyless entry system. you can verify this by checking your alarms LED light on the dash, If the light is on solid the system is valet mode
-press the "f" button and hols for 12 seconds (ignore the beep at like 4 seconds.)
-press and hold the unlock button for 2 seconds...the remote should beep two times. each feature that is active will have an led light beside it. press the button to activate the feature. if the light is on the feature is on...
This can be very simple look for alarm brain and unplug the brain, this vehicle should start. if it doesn't the look for valet switch it usually mounted under dash or on kick panel next to hood lever or close to where clutch pedal will be, Turn Ignition ON and in ON position flip switch the led light should stay on steady then the vehicle will start. If None of this works then you will have to take panel under steering column down and disconnect complete alarm system. Disconnect wires one ar a time and re-join them with the correct ones. It's NOT hard to do, there will be spliced into ignition wires.To do this you should disconnect positive lead on battery pole to stop the annoying noise until you are done. Good luck and contact if you need more help. Thanks for using FIX YA