Viper Car Alarm Installation Guide
Here is the step by step process to installing your viper car alarm system.
First step: you have to be able to drill a hole through a rubber grommet in the firewall of your precious car and fee the wire of the siren, which you will have mounted beforehand.
Second step: connect the power wire of the viper car alarm system directly to your car’s battery.
Third step: feed the wire through the rubber grommet located on the firewall and also into the passenger compartment. Do not forget about the fuse! If you are having second thoughts about the size of the fuse, just consult with your installation manual for assurance.
Before you drill a hole in the dash where you have intentions of placing the LED status indicator, you must first mount a shock sensor. Once you have done so, feed the LED’s wire through that hole you just drilled and place the double-sided tape to the back of the LED and place it on the hole located in the dash.
Afterwards, locate the wires that work the car’s power door locks then connect the door-lock relay to the lock or unlock wires. After that, connect the alarm wire to the relay according to how the tech advisor said so.
These are just the basics to installing your viper car alarm system. Check with the manual for the other steps. If you have gone through the first three, the rest should be a cinch.
Installing a car alarm yourself requires some basic knowledge about cars, so if you know zero, then you should go all gung-ho with DIY installation or you might only inflict damage instead of provide protection on your car.
The purpose of installing a viper car alarm is to protect your car from carjackers, not to make it more open and vulnerable to predators. A viper car alarm is a sophisticated piece of device that costs money. Don’t waste your resources by being too proud to admit you need help.