Question about 5701 VIPER 5701 2-WAY ALARM w/REMOTE START

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Viper remote starter-

Upon pressing the two buttons to remote start my truck, the solenoid engages the starter motor and the engine starts but shut down after one second of running and repeats the process two more times. the left parking light stays on also. The same thing is happening with mine.

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  • furinol Jan 15, 2009

    same thing, I haven't noticed a light staying on but the start/stop 3x thing sucks.



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The start/stop 3x thing could be one of a few main issues. You need a bypass module or it needs to be reset. You need to program the tach if you're using it. Make sure with the new models(5101, 5301) it's programmed for auto transmission. The come default for manual transmissions.

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