Arming and disarming a Viper alarm requires the key fob that was shipped with the alarm. The key fob has a warning light that brightens when the battery falls to a low level, and you will hear an audible "beep." The fob will continue to warn you to change the battery, until the battery finally dies. Installing the proper size replacement battery in the key fob will ensure you can control the functions of your Viper alarm.
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Things you need
- Two CR2016 batteries
- One CR2032 battery
Hold the Viper remote facedown in one hand. Turn the remote to face the stamped arrows away from you.
Push down on back of the remote. Slide the back off the remote in the opposite direction of the stamped arrows.
Remove the battery or batteries from the remote.
Insert one CR2016 battery in the first battery compartment, with the positive side facing up. Insert a second CR2016, positive side down, in the second battery compartment.
Place one CR2032 positive side up if your Viper remote contains one battery compartment.
Align the rear cover with the back of the remote, with the arrows facing the front of the remote. Push the cover forward until you hear the cover click into place.
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