Question about Viper Security and Remote Start System (basic install included)
My battery in my car died when I left the keys in the ignition. I got the battery recharge, car is working fine. Remote start won't work at all. Is there something I need to do to reset the Remote Start?
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The key lock/unlock for doors are powered by the batteries in the remote, while the ignition key draws its energy from the vehicle via induction. Since the battery is dead you are having this problem. You need to call assistance from the nearby auto shop or a locksmith. I guess you don't have any other option.
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