viper car alarm

How To Set Up A Viper Car Alarm

Installing a viper car alarm by yourself does not require that you be a genius to be able to succeed. With the right manual and the right materials, you can set up your car’s own alarm system without much help from the professionals (who might take advantage of your ignorance and charge an arm and a leg).

However, if you still want to learn more and just charge everything to experience, then this essay will walk you through it. In case you do not know, installing a viper car alarm manually does not mean just getting on your back and “install” it right away. For starters, you have to prepare for the installation.

You need to gather all the materials you need like scissors, crimps, knife, solder material, solder gun, drill, test light, screw bit, screws, double-sided mounting tape, voltmeter, and a tie wrap. Of course, you must never forget to prepare the installation manual, especially if you have absolutely no idea about installing a car alarm.

If you still do not understand what is being described on the manual, it is time that you call the tech support number of the manufacturer of your car.

There are experts that will brief you on how to prepare for the installation, but if you want to save your wallet from being emptied, you can just always approach your installation manual and do the magic yourself.

Here’s how:

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 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.

There are more wiring and drilling to be done, but the rest should be very manageable.