Question about Viper Vehicle Parts & Accessories
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i have a python sst car alarm
usually a combination of 2 buttons so the car doesnt start accidentally.
Depending on the number of output channels - the installer could have installed on any of the channels and that would dictate which buttons to press.
if it is not set on the AUX (output 2) button, then try...
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Posted on Mar 01, 2009
This can be very simple look for alarm brain and unplug the brain, this vehicle should start. if it doesn't the look for valet switch it usually mounted under dash or on kick panel next to hood lever or close to where clutch pedal will be, Turn Ignition ON and in ON position flip switch the led light should stay on steady then the vehicle will start. If None of this works then you will have to take panel under steering column down and disconnect complete alarm system. Disconnect wires one ar a time and re-join them with the correct ones. It's NOT hard to do, there will be spliced into ignition wires.To do this you should disconnect positive lead on battery pole to stop the annoying noise until you are done. Good luck and contact if you need more help. Thanks for using FIX YA
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
I had the same problem, then I downloaded the user manual from the Directed Electronics site. It seems with most of the remotes (1400xp included) all you have to do is press the AUX button and then the Lock/Unlock button. This puts it into Silent Mode and no more chirping late at night or early in the morning, but you still have the ability to have it chirp when you need to by only pressing the Lock/Unlock button. Hope that helps.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
If you know where your Valet switch is, turn the ignition on, push and release the valet switch once, then push and hold it, you should hear the siren chirp once, then while still holding the valet switch, push the #1 button on the remote, you should hear the siren chirp again. it is now programed. If you have the package that came with the remote, it should have a table on the back that tells you how many pushes of the valet for which feature you want to program. Most remotes are one push for all features, some are 7 or 8 pushes. So if it say auto learn is 7, turn the key on, push it 7 times, the push it again and hold it, the push #1 button, and it's programed. Hope this helps. If all else fails, take it to your nearest best buy, if they charge you to program it, it won't be much.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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