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If you disconnect your main battery then the viper won't work
Or if you find the brain under the dash you can pull the 10 amp fuse which is the power for the brain.
There will also be three 30 amp fuses, but they don't power the brain, they are just for remote start part.
Not much you can do my friend , I tried locating and using my resources to find you a Brain and it looks like its discontinued, Im sorry to say but this guy played you, he sold you the head unit without the brain, its really messed when people take advantage of honest people like yourself. Try ebay here and there if not your just going to have to upgrade my friend, sorry.
Hello , most car alarms have a brain box located under the dash plugged in between your fuse box or ECU and the main large wire harness under the dash above the steering shaft. You can unlpug and remove this brain and attach the original ends from the car back together. You will no longer have an alarm , but this will stop it from always going off as it will not be in the car.
you can find the "brain" by tracing the wire from the LED blinking light to the brain than look for a grey and black wire which is the valet switch. Don't look for a toggle switch either, your looking for a little black button not a silver toggle but a little black button. Depending what vehicle you have also matters, for instance if you have a GM truck look in the side dash fuse panel or look BEHIND the hood latch handle. It's a ***** to find sometime but essential that you know both where it is and what it does and how it works.
Do you still need the brain? I used to have the VRX935vd in my car, and it was awesome! Someone broke into my car and stole the in-dash headunit for it, but they didnt steal the brain that was below my driver's seat. I still got the brain and all the cables if you're interested. email me at email@example.com