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7254v remote bips when arming or disarming with a new battery

Has a new battery 2032

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  • Anonymous Nov 10, 2021

    what computer is this , posted to same.
    what is bips, = beeps?
    left out the words HOME ALARM system and expect the blind to guess?
    alarms belongs here.
    https://www.fixya.com/troubleshoot/brows...

    or ask you alarm maker directly,

    the name is VIPER, right, and not told.
    so you meant
    CAR ALARM REMOTE START SECURITY SYSTEM KEYLESS NEWEST MODEL (the man killerr device )

    bingo not PC, not home alarms but cars.
    I click cars
    I click acessories
    I click viper
    just 3 licks and land
    https://www.fixya.com/troubleshoot/viper...

    seem to me you lost the manual and in it how pair it to the base>? so when some folks have 2 remote clickers
    each is paired to work independently

    RTM
    get the manual from VIPER free and read it. ask them for that and not lose it.

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Hi

If you want to reset your Viper alarm, you can do so with your car's fob key.

  1. Point the fob key toward your vehicle as the alarm sounds.
  2. Listen and wait for your alarm to sound for six seconds. Press the lock button on your key. Your vehicle's Viper alarm will reset but the alarm will still be armed.

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