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Viper 5305V 2 Way LCD Vehicle Car Alarm Keyless Entry Remorte Start System
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- VIPER REMOTE START SYSTEM KEYLESS ENTRY ALARM
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|Item Dimensions||6.00 x 6.00 x 6.00 inches||1.74 x 1.50 x 0.60 inches||7.75 x 7.75 x 3.00 inches||6.50 x 6.50 x 6.00 inches|
|Style||5305V||Micro GPS Tracker||Remote Start Only||5706P|
VIPER REMOTE START SYSTEM KEYLESS ENTRY ALARM
This unit is manufacturer Quality Refurbished , Unit appears in a white box, and is guaranteed to work perfectly. This Unit Comes with ALL accessories supplied by the manufacturer. This item does not come with installation instructions or wiring diagrams and requires professional installation. Some vehicles may require extra parts, sold separately.
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The biggest problem here is that it does NOT come with installation instructions, and you WILL need to use your google-fu to find a copy of it online! No, you cannot get it from Viper unless you are an authorized installer of DEI products, so don't even bother contacting them for it! Believe me, the instructions are online, but its not easy to find!
On to the installation! Its pretty standard fare here, with all the normal connections you'll need to do for a reliable alarm. Want remote start? Why wouldn't you? Its available, so why not install it? Here's where your multimeter and test light will become your best friend!
I did this install in one day, including removal of the stock Toyota alarm system in a '97 4Runner, and to be honest, that just made the install easier since most of the basic stuff was there for me to tap into. Door lock/unlock triggers, pin switches for doors and rear hatch, hell, even the wires were run for the piezo chirp under the hood, which made it nice and easy to run the new siren!
Testing all of the starter wires weren't too hard and were all under the steering column where they should be, and the hardest part was tapping into several 10awg wires. No, I don't ever use T-taps, this install was purely cut/solder/heatshrink all connections and it took much longer than necessary to make sure it was all done correctly and without questionable connections! I have always said, this is what sets good installers apart from great installers!
Programming wasn't difficult, even without a bitwriter, alhtough it would have been nice to really change all of the settings, rather than what DEI allows you to change by key and button programming.
All the settings work quite well, range is phenomenal at easily a half mile when my son and I were screwing around with this alarm!
The only drawback is that 2-way remote. Its finicky and sometimes just does a reset when you hit the start button or disarm button. No reason why, although I suspect a bad solder joint for the battery tabs. Some day I'll open it up and re-flow the solder over them to see if that fixes the issue, but for now, it only happens once in a while.
Overall though, I'm happy with the alarm, and more importantly, my son loves having it in his 4Runner while at school. Nothing like knowing if someone's touching your vehicle from way deep inside a concrete building! Thankfully, he's not had to worry about that!
Very loud. And the remote goes off and showes you whats happening in case you are in the store and cant hear the car, you will hear your key going off.
I would call around to different alram shops if you plan on installing to see if your car will be able to use the remote start or if any bypass modules are needed. Or (in my case) a sacrificial spare key is needed to be left in the ignition. I opted out of the spare key and the remote start and just hooked up the alarm by itself but left the remote start in just in case i decide to add it later on down the road.
Overall 5 star great product for the price cant beat it. . .
Tip: read your owners guide and figure out all the lil tricks. So you dont accidently set it to valet mode like i did lol.
The remote start doesn't work from far away, which sucks. Honestly, would prefer just to spend the $40 for the system without the remote start. The alarm works well though.