Question about Viper Vehicle Parts & Accessories
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The door lock wires for the Viper alarm are green (-)lock and blue (-) unlock. The Viper system only provides a negative lock/unlock pulse for the door locks. So, if you are working on a vehicle that has positive door locks you will have to install relays to change the polarity.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
From the plug in door lock harness of the Viper alarm (green and blue): the green lock wire goes to the red wire of the vehicle in the driver kick panel and the blue wire goes to the pink wire in the kick panel. The light green with black wire from the Viper alarm goes to the white wire in the drivers kick panel. This white wire is the factory alarm disarm wire. It tests with the key in the door cylinder. Turn the key to unlock the door and the wire should register ground.
Posted on Aug 01, 2012
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