If you are after a replacement remote for your Viper alarm then I will need to know the Remote Part Number (RPN) as Viper have produced a huge number of remote controls over the years and many look alike, yet you’ll still need the correct one for your alarm system.
I keep most of the current range in stock, and should be able to get hold of most older models when required. I also keep a list of old manuals so if you need one for your alarm then let me know.
All of the ones I keep in stock are listed on the Viper Page of the website with the part numbers next to the photos.
If it is not one listed then here is how to find your remote part number.
On the back of the remote there is normally a FCC ID number. This includes the RPN (Remote Part Number)
It’s either a 3 or 4 digit number. Let me know this or the model of alarm that you have and I’ll do my best to get hold of one for you.
Prices vary so I’ll need to quote for each one. I should also be able to get remote controls for other Directed Electronic systems and the same rules apply.
It’s also worth noting that I keep a Bit Writer which will be needed if the alarm programming has been locked for added security.