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I am looking for a wiring diagram for a Viper 5000, can you help?

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I need installation guide for Viper 5000


Identify the primary wiring harness--it will have 12 wires, labeled as H1/1 through H1/12. The colors of the wires are red/white, red, brown, yellow, black, violet, blue, green, black/white, white/blue, white and orange. Locate this harness and get ready to wire it into your car's electrical system.

Locate the H1/1 wire on the primary wiring harness. This is the red-and-white wire. Connect the wire to the trunk release button on your automobile. You should be able to loosen a screw on the backside of the trunk release button, allowing you to insert the wire along with the original trunk release wire, before tightening the screw back down. This allows your Viper 5000 car alarm remote to open the trunk of your car.

Find the H1/2 wire, which is colored red. This wire is the primary input for the Viper 5000 car alarm. Remove the fuse from the wire before connecting. There are two options for where to connect the red wire. You can connect the wire directly to the positive power terminal on your car battery, or you can open the car ignition and splice the wire into the wire that supplies 12V power to the ignition. To do this, use your wire strippers to remove a small amount of insulation from the ignition wire. Splice in the red wire from the Viper 5000 and then wrap the connection with electrical tape.

Connect the brown wire on the Viper 5000 car alarm, identified as H1/3. Connect the brown wire directly to the red wire on the Avenger siren and mount the siren under the hood of your car. Connect the black wire of the siren directly to a metal section on the car body. The brown wire supplies power to the siren whenever the alarm determine it is needed. The siren's black wire serves as a ground for the current.

Take the yellow H1/4 wire on the primary wiring harness of your Viper 5000 car alarm. Connect the yellow wire directly to the positive (+) 12V ignition wire. If you chose to connect the red H1/2 wire to the ignition, you can connect this one at the same time. It is important for the yellow wire to have a full 12 volts of electricity when the car's key is turned to the on position. Check the 12V ignition wire carefully to make sure there are no nicks, cuts or other problems that could cause the current to short.

Prepare to install the ground for the Viper 5000 car alarm by looking under the hood or body of the car for a bolt. Find a factory-installed boat that does not have any other ground wires leading to it. Remove the bolt from the bolt hole. If there is any paint on the metal around the bolt hole, scrape it off with a razor blade. Find the black H1/5 cable on the wiring harness and place the ring terminal at the end of the wire onto the bolt. Then place the bolt back into its original position. The alarm system is now grounded to the car chassis.

Set up the door trigger input. Find the violet-colored wire labeled H1/6 and connect it to any existing wiring that has an active 12V circuit whenever the doors are open. The wires for the dome lights are often the best place for this connection. Carefully strip a small amount of insulation from the dome light wire and from the tip of the violet wire. Wrap the copper of the violet wire tightly around the copper of the dome light wire, then seal the two together with electrical tape.

Find the blue wire marked H1/7. Connect this wire to sensor pins in either the hood or the trunk of your car. This allows the Viper 5000 car alarm to detect if someone is trying to break into these areas, and to instantly sound the alarm to announce the presence of an intruder. Simply use a screwdriver to attach the blue wires to a standard sensor pin.

Connect the negative door trigger input to the Viper 5000 car alarm. This is the green wire identified as H1/8. Similar to how the door trigger input (H1/6) was connected to the wire running from the 12V power source to the dome lights, the negative door trigger will be used on the opposite side of that circuit. The negative current typically passes into the wire that runs from the dome light back to the door switch. Splice the door trigger input (H1/8) into this wire at any point between the door switch and the light.

Establish a connection with the high current output from the dome light supervision relay. Identify the black and white wire labeled as H1/9. Plug the end of this wire directly into the circuit for the vehicle dome light. Expose the dome light circuit by opening the light compartment, the same as you would when changing bulbs. Once the circuit is visible, locate the plug port and plug the black and white wire from your Viper 5000 car alarm directly into the port.

Skip the white-and-blue wire labeled H1/10. This wire is used as a Channel 3 output and is not needed unless you install extra devices that require it. For the time being, just make sure there is no exposed copper at the end of the wire and push it out of the way. If there is copper exposed on the wire, wrap it with electrical tape so that it will be insulated and protected.
Hook up the output signal to make the parking lights flash. Use the white H1/11 wire for this purpose. Remove a small section of insulation from the end of the white wire using a pair of wire strippers. Also remove a small amount of insulation from the wire that connects the parking light relay switch to the parking light bulb relay. Be careful not to cut all the way through the wire. Twist the wires together so that the white wire is connected to the light relay wire, then seal the connection with electrical tape.


Ground the Viper 5000 car alarm when armed using the orange wire marked H1/12. Find a factory bolt on the body of your automobile that does not have any other components already using it for a ground. Under the hood or under the body of the vehicle are ideal places to locate these bolts. Scrape away any paint that may be under the bolt head and use the bolt to fasten the metal ring at the end of the orange wire to the body of the car. Your Viper alarm is now grounded to the vehicle whenever it is armed.
Test your alarm system. Your Viper 5000 should now be able to unlock your doors, light the inside of the car and prevent theft of your vehicle. Test the features of the Viper 5000 car alarm to make sure that all components are working to your satisfaction.

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I was trying to put in a doubler on my viper. It did not fit. The company said that I have an older version and there is no doublers made anymore. Ok well I decided to leave it alone. I put brand new...


Yes, install a new image intensifier tube, and if it not that. Troubleshoot the other electronic components in the scope. If you take it apart, draw diagrams of the printed circuit boards and where the wire attach to them. Also, label those white teflon wires. They are all the same color.

Make diagrams how it came a part, where the shims go and how many. and If it has a green image intensifier tube in it Then it is Russian made, ATN and a lot of there NV companies here in the US use foreign components to make their NV devises. There are a lot of countries in the world that manufactured NV devises and there components. Feel free to ask me some of question. I'll be happy to help you repair your ATN Viper Goggles.



ATN will not sell you parts for your Viper. It called "proprietary". It means it their stuff and they are the only ones that can repair them. Yes, I have repaired their repaired factory NV stuff. They leave screw out and other things; in which, they don't do. But they will diffidently charge you.

Sorry.. GB..stewbison

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I received two of these systems in the mail and I am going to attempt to install it myself. I have been reading up and wanted to know if there are any detailed install instructions that I can find....


Not sure if you have this already, but here's a link to the wiring diagram for your vehicle: http://www.modifiedlife.com/2003-buick-rendezvous-remote-starter-wire-diagram/
Notice: All Viper Car Alarm Systems, Remote Starters and Keyless Entry Systems Require DEI Professional Installation for Warranty!! I'm sure you already have the owner's manual, but here's a link to Viper's http://www.viper.com/Support/ Last but not least... this is what I found online in regards to installing your Viper 5701 2-way Alarm w/ remote start: http://forums.evolutionm.net/evo-audio-security/364122-diy-viper-5701-install-ct9a.html
Hope some or all of this helps you!

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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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