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My viper ezsdei489 alarm key fob has stopped working since i changed the batterys in the fob now the only way i can start the car is through the valet mode how do i reset my key fob so the car reconizes it again

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no - unfortunately "any mechanic" does not have the training to troubleshoot an alarm system, and a dealership does not work on anything aftermarket.
Your best bet is to visit DEI (Directed Electronics Inc.) website and find an authorized dealer near you... most likely a car audio shop.
Best Buy usually hires newbies as installers and they dont have much experience... Look for an independant shop.

CLICK HERE to go to the Viper Site. (Find a Store is at the top of the page)

The brain module cannot be repaired - the ignition and starter relays are integrated on the controller board. Since it is 2 years old - there may not be a replacement part available.

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Posted on May 06, 2009

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SOURCE: Viper remote stopped working!

First things first. Check the fuse that powers your alarm system. If that seems to be ok then try the next simple option. Open the hood and disconnect the negative battery cable. Then turn the ignition to the start position for approximately three minutes. This will allow for any remaining energy to dissipate from your system. Now you can reconnect the negative cable. *** Before trying your alarm *** turn the ignition on and off 3 times quickly. Make sure you don't start the vehicle. Now you can exit the vehicle and try your alarm. FYI you can always stop at a nearby Best Buy store for additional assistance. They are usually very helpful. Good luck and best regards, Rico...

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SOURCE: lost my Viper key fob alarm is on and cannot start

Your alarm should have a button that was installed called a valet. What you want to do is put your key in the ignition turn it to the on position (Don't start it) then with the car in the on position hold down the valet button until the led light on the alarm goes solid and you should here the alarm beep twice. now your alarm will be disabled. To reable the alarm do the same thing.

Posted on Apr 16, 2010

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SOURCE: How do I get my viper alarm from silent mode to

if its in valet mode to get it out
open door put key in IGN to the ON position push the valet (black) button one time then turn key off and remove
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Posted on Aug 31, 2010

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I have a viper 7701 remote that just stopped working. Battery is new. Do I have to re program something


If it is the OE (original equipment) key fob, meaning if it is the alarm remote control that came with the original purchase of the car it should not need reprogramming. If it is an aftermarket alarm then it may need reprogramming, more information is required to answer the question.
This is a common issue and the most common problem is that the solder joints holding the battery in the proper location. If any of these are broken the remote will not function. It can be fixed with a little solder or if your uncomfortable with doing it yourself, take it to a computer repair store (they can fix it ONLY if you have a broken solder point).
Take the key fob to the closest auto parts store (aka. autozone, o'reilly's, advance) and near the counters they have a key fob testing equipment (FREE). If the remote is working a light will blink when you push the key fob button while close to the testing equipment. If the testing light shows that the fob is working but does NOT unlock your doors, it needs reprogrammed. If the testing light doesn't blink at all, repair or replacement of the key fob is indicated.
Hope this helps and good luck!

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How do I turn off the alarm?


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I have 2004 chev tahoe w/ a viper remote starter system,but no key fob. I replaced the car battery & now the cars computer won't let it start. How do I reset the computer?


The car's computer wont let it start?
Well, if you changed the battery and the viper alarm is the issue; locate the push button valet/programming switch. Turn the ignition on, press and release the switch. The alarm will disarm and you can start the vehicle.
To put the alarm in valet, turn the ignition on then off, within 10 seconds press and release the valet switch. The LED will illuminate solid to show that the system is in valet.

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1994 Dodge Viper will not start after storage and battery drain.


With the battery charger connected or a jumper battery simply click the alarm key fob on and then off. This will reset the alarm and the car should start...had mine towed to find this out

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Have a viper alarm installed and a factory alarm


try removing the remote fob battery for 10 secs then replacing, i get this problem a lot if the fob battery is low.

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Viper 4806v won't program I am trying to install a viper 4806v two-way remote start/keyless entry in my automatic 2004 toyota camry LE 4cyl. I got the lock/unlock, horn, lights to work, and trunk pop to work. I can't seem to get the remote start to work. When I press the remote start button on the remote keypad, the car does not start and the headlights flash 7 times. Troubleshooting says 7 flashes mean a manual transmission mode error. This means I have to enter programming menu 3 and change the starter to automatic mode. When I follow the directions to get to menu 3, nothing happens because I cannot get to menu 3 when I hold down the control button after turning the ignition off. In other words, the control button is not working. The neutral switch is on like it is supposed to be. Kind of bummed about this. Could use some guidance. My wiring goes accordingly and this car does not have an immobilizer because I used a regular metal key to start it. This car has no alarm, just a stock keyless entry, trunk release, and panic button. Again, the problem is :The remote start comes in default manual transmission mode so I have to switch it to automatic transmission mode but I can't seem to enter programming. When I try to enter programming with the procedure followed using the control button, nothing happens. It does not chirp and the LED does not blink. I also cannot enter valet mode using the control button. When the car is locked, the LED blinks and stop blinking if car is unlocked ignition is turned on. I do not understand what is going on. VIPER 4806V Wires --->Camry Wires Main Harness 6pin connector H1/1 Red 12volt input (+) --> (+) White/Red at ignition Harness H1/2 Black Chassis Ground (-) --> Car Frame (-) H1/3 Brown 200mA Horn Output (-) --> Green/Black (-) at steering column H1/4 White/Brown Light Flash Isolation Wire --> NOT USED H1/5 White Light Flash --> Hazard Light Flash Relay Lt. Green Black wire (-) H1/6 Orange Ground when armed --> NOT USED Door Lock 3 pin connector 1 Blue 500mA Unlock Output (-) --> Blue Wire (-) white connector at driver kick panel 2 Empty --> NOT USED 3 Green 500mA Lock Output (-) --> Blue/Yellow wire (-) blue connector at driver kick panel Auxillary/Harness 24 Pin Connector 1 Pink/white 200mA Ignition 2 output/ Flex output (not used) --> NOT USED 2 Blue/White 2nd Status/Rear defogger output (-) --> NOT USED 3 Red/White 200mA Trunk Release Output (-) --> 5pin Relay Pin 85 (86 & 87 to +12V, 87a White/blue trunk wire toward dash, 30 white/blue trunk wire toward trunk) 4 Black/yellow 200mA Dome light Output (-) --> NOT USED 5 Dark Blue 200mA Status Output (-) ---> NOT USED 6 White/Black 200mA Aux 3 Output (-) ---> NOT USED 7 White/Violet 200mA Aux 1 Output (-) ---> NOT USED 8 Orange/Black 200mA Aux 4 Output (-) --> NOT USED 9 Gray Hood Pin input (-) ---> Installed at hood and Switch is open when hood is closed 10 Blue Horn input (Jumper set (-)) --> Green/Black (-) at steering column 11 White/Blue Activation Input --> NOT USED 12 Violet/White Tachometer Input --> Black/Orange wire on the Datalink Connector 13 Black Neutral safety/Parking Brake Input (-) ---> (-) Ground to metal frame of car. 14 Green/Black 200mA Factory Alarm Disarm Output --> NOT USED 15 Green Door Input (-) --> Red/Black Wire (-) (Door open indicator on dashboard) 16 Empty --> NOT USED 17 Pink 200mA Ignition 1 Output (-) --> NOT USED 18 Violet Door Input (+) ---> NOT USED 19 Violet/Black 200mA Aux 2 Output --> NOT USED 20 Brown Brake Shutdown input (+) --> Green/White Wire (+) at brake switch above brake pedal 21 Violet/yellow 200mA Starter Output (-) ---> 5 pin Relay pin 85 (Pin 86 & 87 is +12volts, Pin 30 black/yellow starter wire (+) at pin 8 in ignition harness) 22 Gray/Black Diesel wait to start Input (-) --> NOT USED 23 Orange 200mA Accessory Output (-) --> NOT USED 24 Green/White 200mA Factory Alarm arm output (-) --> NOT USED Remote start 8 pin Connector 1 Red/black 12v Constant Input for Acc and starter relay (+) ---> White/Red wire 12v (+) at ignition harness 2 Pink/black Flex relay input 87A key side (+) --> NOT USED 3 Pink/white Ignition 2/ Flex Relay output (+) --> Black/yellow pin 4 at ignition harness 4 Red 12V constant input for ignition 1 Relay (+) -->White/Red wire 12v (+) at ignition harness 5 Violet Starter Output (+) --> Black/White wire (+) at ignition harness 6 Accessory Output (+) --> Blue/Red (+) at ignition harness 7 12v Constant input for ignition 2 and flex relay (+) ---> White/Red wire 12v (+) at ignition harness 8 Pink Ignition 1 input/output (+) --> Black/Red wire (+) at ignition harness.

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