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Old 02-24-2005, 11:44 AM   #1
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Do you know anyone who can help me figure out how to program a replacement Viper car alarm remote? Thanks!
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Hehe... made my living doing that for too many years... but I don't know all the new ones.

You need to post the follwoing about the remote:

When you press the button, does the light come on green or red, pulsing or solid?

What numbers are on the back - both molded and paper label if any?

You may need to take the screw out and see the number on the IC.

If all else fails you will need to get the date code and model number off of the brain, but I think the above should let a current DEI installer ID that and tell you the RIGHT programming steps.
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OH, and make/model/year of the alarm helps lots if you know it...
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if its the LCD viper alarm

- Press the button
- Press and hold the button till it chirps
- Press Lock..Unlock...Lock on the remote
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We can help you if you know the model of the alarm.
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i was curious also
i have a 791 and got an extra remote but did not program it yet
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ive got the 791 aswell and i dropped the remote one to many times?...is programing a new one as simple as holding and pressing buttons?
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Here's more info if it helps.

Green. Fairly solid.
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OK, word is that that remote was used with a ton of alarms of various models (sorry about that).

The various models program differently.

Checking to see if there's an easy way to determine this short of disassembly.

PM me your email so I can send you a manual if I get the right one...
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You can try the standard procedure:

door open,

key on,

press in-vehicle pushbutton (kow where that is?)and release,

then press in-vehicle pushbutton and hold,

and transmit. The difference is ch.1 can be for programming arm/disarm, arm only, or auto learn for automatically assigning all channels, depending on the unit.
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where is the in-vehicle push button?
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It is usually mounted where it can be reached while sitting in the drivers seat. It's a small (2-3mm around) button, momentary push type.

It might be near your knees around the base of the steering column, or in the driver's kick panel (behind the hood release?), or above your shins in the black panel above the pedals. It might be in the center console pocket or the glove box, but not terribly likely.

The better it's hidden, the more secure your car is, so don't start hating if you don't find it right away - it means you probably have a better install.
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Sometimes the installer doesn't put those in. He uses it during the install and then takes it back out. You might consider going back to the store that did the install for the programming.
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BTW, those installers are going to hell. We hated those guys on the phones.

It's also the emergency bypass switch (with the ignition key) in case the remote stops working.
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