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    Help, Diagnose this two way remote problem with viper 5701

    Hey all

    Whenever I press the unlock button on my two way remote, the truck chips twice like normal, then two to three seconds later the truck emits an additional chirp and my two way remote beeps a high and then low tone repeatedly for like ten seconds.

    There has got to be a known solution on this.

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    Re: Help, Diagnose this two way remote problem with viper 5701

    Read manual... Bring back to installer..




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    Re: Help, Diagnose this two way remote problem with viper 5701

    I'm the installer. I tried to read manual but didn't see anything describing the above.




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    Re: Help, Diagnose this two way remote problem with viper 5701

    Low transmitter battery could be the problem, however I JUST replaced the transmitter batteries 5 minutes ago, and I am not sure if the remote beeping twice repeatedly is the indication of low battery.




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    Re: Help, Diagnose this two way remote problem with viper 5701

    does it do it with both remotes? odd issue.. if the manual says nothing I'd call DEI tech they'll know



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    Re: Help, Diagnose this two way remote problem with viper 5701

    I think I figured the problem out. The remote is a piece of ****. The brass holder that holds both batteries in place was pulled back a bit from getting old batteries out. This caused a bad connection with the batteries in the remote. I bent the brass down some, so it would exert more downward force on the batteries holding them in the remote further.

    I think this solved the problem.




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    Re: Help, Diagnose this two way remote problem with viper 5701

    If it continues to happen pm me.



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