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Viper LCD 2-Way Security + Remote Start System

Viper LCD 2-Way Security + Remote Start System

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Most sales for remote start systems come with free (basic) installation at least. Sounds like a better deal than buying this and trying to install it yourself. Best buy / Fry's will ding you for additional parts but imo seems much more worth.
Does this work with my 1990 Honda Civic?
I’ve had this exact alarm in my Toyota Tacoma for years now and it is still working like new. I remote start all day long and it perfect. I like that when I have to run into a store with the dogs in the truck I just remote start it with the air conditioning on and I can watch that it is on and I can see the temperature inside the truck just by looking at the remote. It’s at 93 degrees because I just started it first thing this morning.
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Bruce280
There are two remotes?
Bubby
Hi, yes one 2-way and one 1-way. I purchased a second 2-way when I had it installed so they could program it at the same time. I have never used the 1-way control.
Am I missing something or has Massdrop forgotten its laurels? The money saved from bulk orders is supposed to at least be worth the extended shipping times. Here, its $194 at full drop. but its only $180 elsewhere ( http://a.co/9OuMFQB ), and dont forget the month lead time.
Does this work with Peugoet 207 CC? I found in their web only Old Peugeot vehicles.
Does this work with a 2015 manual VW Jetta GLI push start?
lgcabrera
There are safety features to prevent the remote start from working on a manual transmission car but it requires proper alarm installation and knowledge of how to properly turn off/exit the vehicle so the alarm can remote start safely later.
There is a number of steps you need to follow when exiting and turning off the car to put it into the correct state to be able to remote start later.
In any case having the system installed properly is the key.
lgcabrera
https://youtu.be/fHthaFwCEHk?t=3m50s Capable of doing manual transmissions, here is how. (In the video Massdrop had linked)
Is this a universal one? Will it work on my Suzuki swift mk2 2007 1.3?
Does it have tilt sensor?
This is all well and good, and even has some nifty features that I'd consider using. However........
After looking at Viper's website, I have concerns regarding the security of the phone app and the key fobs. What steps has Viper taken to prevent the hijacking of the signal from the fob, and what security measures have they built into the phone application to prevent man in the middle attacks? Not to mention, the device in your vehicle is talking to a cellular network. Has any pen testing been done with this system? How secure is it?
Edit on Jul 12, 2017:
As there has been no response to my questions, I won't consider installing something like this in my vehicle until my security concerns are addressed to my satisfaction. I refuse to install a security system that has a potential to make my vehicle even more vulnerable.
Biker
Regarding the keyless entry, how secure is it to typical fobs? I've seen fobs that can be cracked using an off the shelf micro controller..
automatic only?
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I had an older version. You have to leave the car in neutral.
jankobajagic
There is an automatic mode and a manual mode. You have to go through a setup process in manual mode every time you leave the car. In automatic mode you have to leave it in neutral for a stick shift or else your car will move on it's own
For anyone who wants to know, I have this installed in my car, and it will work with most cars. Most newer cars will need a immobilizer bypass kit to have the remote start function work properly. If your car has an immobilizer you will need this.
Also, the warranty only applies if a dealer installs it, but they usually won't be honored unless you purchase it from the dealer. The only warranty you get with this would most likely be a labor warranty. But parts might not be covered.
seems like a lot of wiring to make it work ( not that i dont mind it) and as asked previously, does it work with 95%of all cars?
Also is warranty going to be covered? Some people bought similar alarms and got warranty denied because it was sold on Amazon.
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Don't massdrop work directly with the manufacturer to get this deal or with an authorized dealer? Makes no sense to sell a product with no warranty imo
Bach
I think the only warranty that would apply to this drop is DOA. If you purchase and have one installed at an authorised dealer then full warranty would be applied.
Is there a list of vehicles this is compatable with somewher?
Lmichaelclifton
Please get us this, I want to know if anything additional is needed for my truck
Zkartz
If your vehicle is fuel injected it should work just fine. The only reason you'll have issues is newer vehicles need a bypass module. There are a very few BRAND NEW vehicles that bypass modules aren't available for right out of the gate. If not, these are usually resolved ASAP. Some of the main brand of bypass modules you can look at is XpressKit, Fortin, iDatalink, among a few others. You can reference some of these bypass manufacturers websites where they all have a vehicle drop down list. Select your vehicle and it will let you know if a bypass is needed, if so, which module you need. It will also give you instructions on installing the bypass module along with your alarm/remote start. In most cases, bypass modules make installing a remote start much easier, as it interfaces with the data cable in your vehicles. The cuts down the amount of wires that actually needs to be connected drastically because all the inputs/outputs can be read through the data wire. Case in point, I installed a bypass module/remote start on a Nissan 350z and only needed to connect 5 wires, as the bypass module came with T-harnesses that made up a lot of the other connections. Hope this helps! Feel free to contact me if you have any further questions! SPLaudio.com