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Why does my viper remote light up and chirp several tones when it is not in use?

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Check to make sure that the valet is not engaged. The alarm will notify you by having a constant lit light. If the light flashes like it should open a door and check to see that the light blink on and off as if the alarm were triggered. If this happens the your problem is with the siren, just have it replaced.

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I don't know which remote starter you have, but I have a Viper 5101. To fix this problem, I started the ignition, then turned it off, leaving the key in the ignition. I pushed the Valet button (it has a blinking blue light, mine is near my rear view mirror) and held it. Then, I pushed it 3 times, then held it down a 4th time. Then, I pressed the lock button once. I pushed the Valet button again to take it out of programming mode, and it worked! I got this sequence of steps from the installation manual online: http://www.scribd.com/doc/45065156/Installation-Viper-5101 Hope that helps!

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I have a viper 5900 car alarm with the 7701 vpx remote and the lock and unlock are reversed. How do I fix this


according to Viper tech support (I emailed them your question):

Thank you for contacting Directed support!

You may need to reprogram the remote to your phone. Please use the following instructions to reprogram the remote:

To program the remote to your system please do the following:

1) open the driver door
2) turn the key to the "on" or "run" position
3) locate the valet switch (small black button under driver side of dash) and press once, release, then press again and hold
4) after the siren chirps one time press the lock button on the remote
5) the alarm will give you a unique confirmation tone
6) turn the key off (the same unique tone will be heard again)
Warm regards,

Nigel McGee I Customer Service Rep.
Viper Support

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My security system will not respond to the key fob commands.


Possibly change the remote battery? Get thee to a mechanic

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My viper 5701 alarm is having issues.


First thing is to trip the system to see if the siren works then. If it does, then perhaps you inadvertently set the chirp commands to silent. If the siren doesn't work when the system is tripped then that's your problem. You'll need to find the siren and troubleshoot possible causes. I'd start with the wiring but the siren could have simply gone bad. You should be able to test it easily with a test light or multi-meter.

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How to raise the volume in your viper car alarm


Check your siren to see if you have a black and, a black and white wire. To increase the volume (delete soft chirp) cut the black wire, cut the black with white wire to delete multi-tone.

Dec 25, 2012 | Remote Start System

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Will not lock or unlock doors


Does the unit respond when you press the unlock button, i.e., two chirps from the siren and/or parking lights flashing? If so, then the door lock wires are no longer connected or, there is an issue with the vehicle's door lock actuators.
If the Viper system does not respond with the above mentioned sounds and lights, then the remote is not programmed to system.
To program: turn the ignition on, press and release the valet switch one time then, press and hold the valet switch. While holding the switch, press the lock button on the remote. The system should respond with a long chirp from the siren.

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Viper remote won't open door lcks


Does the remote diarm the alarm? Do you hear the " chirp chirp" when you press the unlock button on the remote? If not, then the remote is defective or needs to be reprogrammed to the alarm. If you do hear the " chirp chirp" but, the doors do not unlock, then the issue is with either the wiring from the alarm or the vehicles power locks. Did it work before? Do you have power door locks?

Jul 21, 2012 | Remote Start System

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Hi. I have a Viper 5701 alarm in my car. Arm and disarm goes very well with the control unit. But I cannot programming to pasive arming, always have to use de button in remote control to works. Is ther a...


Open door, turn ignition on then off. Press aand hold programming button until you hear one chirp. After you hear the chirp, release programming button, press and release button one then press and hold. You will hear one chirp. While holding the programming button, press lock button on remote to change option. One chirp is active arming(what you currently have), Two chirps is passive arming without locks, Three chirps is passive arming with locks. Turn ignition on to exit programming. Test system.

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I have had my Viper system for some years now with never a problem, that is until yesterday. Now when I arm or disarm my system the horn does not chirp and the small red dash light stays solid red instead...


Your alarm is is in valet. to take the alarm out of valet with the remote: open any door. Press lock, unlock, lock. The LED should be off now. Close the door and lock the doors with remote. The alarm should chirp to confirm that it is armed.
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Turn the key on then off. Within ten seconds press and release the valet switch. The LED should be off now. Close the door and lock the vehicle with the remote. The alarm should chirp to confirm that it is armed.

Nov 26, 2010 | Remote Start System

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My Viper 5701 has been flawless but now on locking/unlocking the car no longer "chirps." Everything else still works perfectly such as the flashing lights. The remote also has changed its noise from the...


Check to make sure that the valet is not engaged. The alarm will notify you by having a constant lit light. If the light flashes like it should open a door and check to see that the light blink on and off as if the alarm were triggered. If this happens the your problem is with the siren, just have it replaced.

Jul 27, 2010 | 5701 VIPER 5701 2-WAY ALARM w/REMOTE START

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Viper 5701 remote programming


1st you need to enter the remote into progamming Hold the Function button until the remote gives a long beep and LED light comes on the remote a (it takes about 8 sec.) Then press and hold the remote start buttom until the remote beeps 3 times and LED lights up. Now your ready to program the remote

One of the door has to be open . Insert the key - turn the key to the On position then press the button on the antenna once and then press it again and hold it

You hear a chirp and then you press the lock button on the remote and then you hear a second chirp to recieve confirmation and then release the button and the turn off the key .

Remote should be program

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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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