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Does it only do it in one location, or wherever you are? If it's one location, it's likely one of the neighbors has a similarly coded remote that is triggering your start. If it happens randomly, and everywhere, the main unit has issues and should be repaired/replaced. I don't know if they still do, but DEI used to have a lifetime warranty on everything but their remotes.
There is a remote possibility that it's one of the remotes, as well. You could try pulling the battery out of a remote and wait to see if it happens again. If it does, put that battery back and do the same on the next. If all the remotes check out, and you don't have kids/dogs/cats playing with the remotes, it's back to the top of this reply.
You need to relearn the tachometer signal. Actually they probably did not hook up the tack wire when they put the new engine in. The tach wire is usually run to the non-common wire on one of the fuel injectors. Hope this helps
sounds like your car battery was also replace or it die
believe it or not the remote start needs to be reprogram again
find the valet switch, this what you are going to do
make sure ac radio and any other accesorie are off
start the car with the key within 2 seconds or less press and hold the valet swith, and way until the
led turns on and the parking lights on the vehicle flash about 12 seconds
no turn off the car close the door and start the vehicle with the remote good luck
I had a remote that didn't work and I found the 561r complete remote start system on ebay for $32.00 including shipping so I bought that and within 2 minutes had the new remote programed and now I have the main unit in case mine goes out also.
Yes you need to reprogram your immobilizer bypasskit and depend the model you have it is the program mode, I sugest you go under the dash and try to find out the bypasskit box wich is a small black box like 2"x3"in. and see what model you have.
Try disconnecting the alarm putting in a valet mode and start the vehicle with the car key. If you don’t know how to put in a valet mode, check your alarm manual. After if the car start them the problem is the car alarm, make sure all the doors, trunk, hood are close if still not working check if the hood, trunk switch are working properly.
Sounds like you have a bad remote, bad battery in the remote, or it needs to be reprogramed to the alarm. If the alarm has been set with the remote, it will need to be disarmed with the remote as well, unlocking the door with the key and getting in, will set off the viper. If you know where you valet switch for the alarm is(small black push button), just turn the key forward till everything on the dash lights up, push the valet switch for about one second and let go. The alarm should shut off in a couple seconds. This will allow you to drive the car until you get you remote checked out.