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Viper 5901 Full Feature Car Alarm With Remote Start And 2-Way Pager

by Viper
71 customer reviews
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Technical Details

  • Model Number: 5901

Product Description

New never used or installed just opened to inspect content,will come as pictured any questions feel free to ask.

Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight3.4 pounds
Product Dimensions8.3 x 6.5 x 5.9 inches
Item model number5901
  
Additional Information
ASINB0044FMBP4
Best Sellers Rank
Shipping Weight3.4 pounds
Date First AvailableSeptember 24, 2010
  
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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Jason Bain on April 11, 2011
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I don't know where to start with this it has so many cool features! I love that this can open and close power windows. You can walk away from car car with the windows down click the arm button and it rolls the windows up as well! The remote start is simply amazing I'm an xray tech and work in a room with all lead walls in the back of a building. My truck is parked in the front of the building and I can start it from my desk behind lead walls and several other concrete walls! I would recommend that you find a knowledgeable installer with a viper bitwriter. Best buy had no idea that this unit could roll the windows up and down so talk to your installer about what you want to do with it. Amazing product and I highly recommend it!
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65 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Some Angry Chick on the Beltway on February 16, 2012
True story, I live in the DC slums. Well all of DC is a slum but I live in the slummiest part of the DC slums.

Up until recently, I drove a beat up car that looked crappy but ran great. When I moved to the DC slums (secure parking spot FTW!), I really didn't believe anyone would actually break into my car thinking I had anything of value in there. Alas, they did.

Lucky for me, around the same time hoodrats plundered my hooptie ride, the factory alarm on said hooptie ride had long since crapped out and one morning, was stuck in armed mode. I had to tow my car to a mechanic to disable the alarm (which killed the engine, meaning I couldn't start my car and it howled the entire way to the mechanic from the back of the tow truck) and there happened to be a guy who specializes in these alarms in the same strip as the mechanic. I set up an appointment to have the alarm installed within days.

I knew I wanted the "pager Viper" as I'd read about it somewhere but the alarm guy specifically ordered this one and I'm glad he did. He is familiar with hoodrats so he knew exactly which model I needed. I did not get remote start installed at that time but have since bought a new car - the system was easy for him to remove from my old car but will be SUPER complicated for him to install in my new one (a 2011) so PLEASE go to someone who is familiar with Viper alarms to install yours - and will be getting it put in that one. You can also wire this thing to open the trunk (I never go in mine so that's not a feature I require) apparently.

As others have said, I sleep well at night seeing this system's soothing blue light blinking from inside my car in the parking lot from my apartment window.
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54 of 68 people found the following review helpful By MI-2-Cents on December 11, 2010
This product has the potential to be a great unit. There is however several factors that pre-dispose this product to be a consumer nightmare!

The manufacturer of this product "Directed" is a huge company and probably one of the most well known for car security systems and remote starters. This should bode well for their products and support. There is one big problem, The company Directed wants NOTHING to do with actually supporting their product and expects you to seek assistance from your local authorized reseller/dealer.

This can be a problem if and when you happen to have a vehicle that the authorized reseller/dealer does not have much experience with.

I own a 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee and went to my local reseller/installer. I picked out this unit and had them install it. The job, as I was initially told would take 3 hours. Six hours into the install, they drove me home and said the car would be there all day. I got the call to pick up the call 8 hours after I dropped it off. They told me they had to get special wiring diagrams, but were finally finished and I could take it home. Not 2 days later the unit completely died. The car starter would not work. I took the car back, which the dealer said was odd but infact the unit was dead. They replaced the unit and returned my car after about 4 hours. The car worked well for 2 days, with the exception of my wife notificing that the car's cruise control no longer worked. The shop said that the problem had to be independant of their install because they do not tap into the cars cruise control wires. I had a hard time believing this, but told them I would pay attention and if it keeps up the problem I was going to bring it back in.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Taharqa on March 30, 2011
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You can't go wrong with viper. I got this put in after they stole my rims off of my car. I purchased the 5901 along with the 508d(proximity sensor), tilt sensor, and the back up rechargeable siren. It works excellent.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By VR on October 30, 2013
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Evrything works (now) - after I paid Car Toys $350 to install it (you do NOT want to install yourself) and bought an extra transponder key from dealer for $90... Took Car Toys a day and a half to install it ... It's tricky and even they had to call tech support to get the remote start working right (which it does - every time)

If you drive a manual, and don't want to go thru the "sequencing" process every time you turn off the car (RETARDED) in order for the remote start to work, and takes an extra 20-30 seconds + 5-gazillion extra steps, you can just reprogram the alarm to act like you have an automatic (but you must ALWAYS park in neutral - and NEVER loan your car + remote-start to anyone else) - just google the installation/programming manual and it walks you thru the EASY steps to reprogram the remote start for an automatic - takes about 60 seconds to reprogram (if that)

The unit does NOT include the transponder unit that ALL 1990's and newer BMW's (and many other cars) will,require for the remote start to work ($100 extra part that install shops stock) - plus you MUST provide a spare key with built in chip (transponder chip) (which they permanently install in the transponder unit) to the installer (my extra BMW key had to be ordered and cost an extra $90... So, the total cost was:

Alarm $200, transponder key $90, transponder unit (not included) $100, install at Car Toys $250 = $640 ... But I'm still happy with the product and still give it 5 stars
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