Question about 7752V Replacement Transmitter Supercode Remote for 5901 Responder LC3
I went out to move my car this morning and hit the unlock button. The remote beeped like it was unlocking but didn't then the screen went blue. I thought maybe the battery had died so I took it inside to charge it but by time I got inside the screen went blank and it sees dead now. I tried the tricks of plugging it in and out over and over and hitting the function key but that doesn't seem to be working. It did flash blue once when I plugged it in and beeped (and the car sounded like it locked) but it just went blank again. I've had it plugged in for over an hour now and still a blank screen. Please Help! I need to go to work!
The battery is probably dead. There is a guy on ebay that is replacing them. He fixed mine and it works great. The batteries dont last forever and you cannot just buy them they are a special type, also viper suggests you buy a new remote for $299 because they do not replace the batteries... how convenient. Hopefully that helps.
Posted on Dec 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: viper 5701 remote issue
sounds like the remots have lost two way communication. try to disconnect the windsheild antenna.try remotes again after pluging antenna back in.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
this usually means that the remote did not recieve a signal back from the module or the module did not recieve the remote signal
have you tried repeatively to press the unlock button? does the remote starter work or aux( trunk ) ?
also when putting the battery in the remote , be easy because there is a connector plug soldered on the board real close to where the battery is , and if it is hit by the battery hard enough it will cause those solder connections to disconnect and you will get the beeps and or other malfunctions
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
SOURCE: viper 5701 remote
read the owners guide look at page 11 remote control programing you have to follow the instructions after your in the programing mode go to page 12 look at the unlock symbol and finish the programing
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
My battery ran low and I jump started my car which some how caused the problem. My viper technician made me a buy new remote but the problem continued even with the new remote.
Try disconnecting the battery of your car for ten minutes and then reconnecting it. It worked for me. Now i have a extra remote which i don't need.
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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