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Viper 7251V 2-Way LE Responder Remote

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  • Viper Responder LE Replacement Remote Transmitter for Viper 5701 Car Alarm 5 Button replacement transmitter
  • Features Yellow, Red, and Green Ghostlights
  • Remote includes: Lock button Unlock button Remote start button Aux button Function
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight2.4 ounces
Product Dimensions8 x 6 x 1 inches
Item model number7251V
  
Additional Information
ASINB0019QFPBI
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMay 17, 2008
  
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Technical Details

  • Model: 7251V

Product Description

Le Responder; Supercode 2-Way; 5 Button Remote; Black & Silver

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Customer Reviews

This remote works very well.
JK
I was hoping to get a great deal off these things. hey 50 bucks off this REMOTE. next time i will pay attention, a little bit more, to product "item" I'm buying.
OK
That FOB has resolved the battery issue as there is no more back panel but rather the face is removable.
S. R. Mcconnell

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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By sissy on March 5, 2012
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once i learned how to lock the keypad, i just love it! you only have to do this once and the keypad locks after a bit. it is awesome!

To lock the keypad please do the following:

1) press and hold the "F" button for 8 seconds or until the orange LED lights up solid at the top of the remote
2) press and hold the unlock button until the remote beeps two times
3) there should be multiple green LED's lit up on the side of the remote at this point
4) the LED next to the lock button should not be on
5) press the lock button one time and the green LED next to that button should illuminate
6) press the "F" button for 2 seconds and release
7) press the "F" button a 2nd time for 2 seconds and release

Your remote will now automatically lock 60 seconds after your last command is sent. To unlock the remote before each use simply press "F" then the unlock button.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By S. R. Mcconnell on May 13, 2010
***Update at the end: READ THE UPDATE AFTER THE REVIEW!***

While the car alarm/remote start system works well, I have had nothing but a bad experience from this remote.

Pros:
-The remote does have a feature that disables the 2-way communication and saves battery life

Cons:
-Every time I change the batteries, the back door breaks or the remote plastic breaks. I duct tape the back door back on, but it will buzz in your pocket every so often. My daughter calls it "angry keys."
-The remote battery life is around 2-3 months...have fun changing the batteries.
-I always find the remote accidentally activating something because the keys press extremely easily against my car key...the only other key on my key chain.

Recommendations:
-The Viper developer needs to make some type of case cover for this remote to prevent it from accidentally unlocking or starting the vehicle.

Update:
There is now an upgrade to this FOB: Essentials 7254V Directed Audio Essentials Viper Responder Le 2-way Led Remote. That FOB has resolved the battery issue as there is no more back panel but rather the face is removable. It may be more sturdy and I will provide a review over time. The buttons are also stiffer for the purpose to resolve the buttons being accidentally pushed. The replacement has better reviews and the battery life cannot be adjusted without a complete redesign, but the other flaws may have been resolved. I'm expecting a 4-5 star review on that FOB in about 4 months or so.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amodeus1971 on May 30, 2012
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I had called Viper to get a replacement and they gave me 3 numbers of authorized dealers in my area. I called all three and they gave me a price of around $85 for the remote and then told me it would be $50 to $65 to program the remote, acting like this was some big deal. OK, first programming the remote is simple and takes less than 5 minutes to do. It is just opening a car door, turning on the ignition, pushing the button on the control center(the receiver in the corner of the windshield) one time and then pushing it again and holding it until the alarm horn sounds and the LED blinks on the control center. Then you follow the directions on pushing various buttons on the remote which put in in program mode and then set the lock button so the alarm reacts, then just a simple push of one or two more buttons on the remote to close the program mode and you are finished. It isn't brain surgery, or anything they should even charge for, the directions are right in the pack and easy to follow. I went almost five months with a dead alarm system because I thought the repair price was crazy, glad I looked on Amazon and found this replacement and did it myself.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By P. Barnett on October 3, 2010
I've been using this remote for the past 2 years and love it. The only problem (which others have mentioned) is the sensitivity of the buttons. BUT, if you READ THE MANUAL you will find that you can lock the buttons so you don't accidentally start you car when you don't want to, among other things if you have additional modules installed.

My only complaint is the battery life is pretty low, around 3 - 5 months. I ended up buying 30 of the CR2016 batteries on amazon for about $5 and still have about 20 or so left over. (Uses 2 batteries at a time)
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. H. Scott IV on June 6, 2010
I really have to disagree with the previous post.

Pros:
Great design! This remote is easy to use and designed to fit comfortably in your hand. It's hard to believe that the battery life for this remote only lasted for 2-3 months for the first guy. I have been using my remote on a regular basis for little over a year now and have yet to replace the battery (my remote is still going strong BTW). On the topic of battery life, my signal is strong enough for me to still start my car up from a block away.

Cons:
The remote is hard to lock, and can occasionally start the car up from inside your pocket. This can be the only major problem for the remote. However, I am used to clipping my car keys to my belt, so I rarely experience this problem.

All in all this item is GREAT.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Phoenix Ryan on December 13, 2012
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Viper wanted a ridiculous amount of money, approaching $200, to replace a broken remote. This remote, identical to the one Viper tried to sell me, was much less and is the original product, working perfectly well.
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