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Viper 5101 (P/N 4102V)

Remote Start System with Keyless Entry and Two 5-button Super Code Remotes

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Start your engine with the push of a button from up to 2,000 feet away with these slender, elegant 5 button remote controls. Based on the best-selling 2-Way Responder LE Remote Start System, this is the value-priced 1-Way version. Includes the very latest in Remote Start technology, including Virtual Tach, D2D and XPRESSPORT™.

General Features:

  • Remote Start System with Keyless Entry and Two 5-button Super Code Remotes
  • 2000' foot range
  • 24-Channel remote start
  • Transmitter frequency: 434 MHz
  • Clone-Safe™ and Code Hopping™
  • New Priority™ user interface
  • Control Center™ with integrated Status LED and Valet Switch
  • DC Operating Voltage: 9.5 to 16 volts
  • Operational Temperature Range: -68F to 176F
  • D2D serial data interface for Xpresskit D2D modules
  • XpressPort dock for Xpresskit docking interface modules

Keyless Entry:

  • Comfort Closure (windows)
  • Super code
  • Flex Relays
  • 2-Car operation
  • Parking light flash
  • Bright blue status LED
  • Silent lock/unlock

Convenience:

  • Dome light supervision
  • Door trigger error notification
  • Horn Honk
  • Car finder
  • Trunk release
  • Valet Mode
  • Rear defogger on/off
  • Optional panic feature

Remote Start:

  • Advanced remote start functions: Timer Start, Smart Start, RunTime Reset
  • Manual transmission mode
  • Diesel mode
  • Virtual Tach™ RPM sensing
  • Turbo timer
  • Anti-grind feature(ignition starter)
  • 4 User recognition
  • 4 Auxiliary outputs
  • 1-year SonicElectronix.com warranty

  • Replacement / Additional Remote Options:
  • Also found as: Viper-5101

    General Features

    Security System Type
    This indicates whether the product is a security car alarm product, remote start module, or a combo unit that offers security with remote start features.

    Security: This means that the car alarm system is just that. No bells and whistles, just a car alarm system.

    Remote Start: when installed, this allows the user to start a vehicle from a remote location. Remote start modules and security with remote start alarms often require an additional vehicle specific bypass module to complete installation.

    Security with Remote Start: This means that the system incorporates both features listed above.

    Remote Start
    Car Alarm
    If "Yes", the system will have alarm security features to help prevent vehicle theft and tampering. Remote start modules without alarm features will have "No" for this value.
    No
    Remote Start
    If the alarm or remote start module has "Yes" for this value then the system has an electronic device that allows you to start your vehicle by remote control without actually being inside the vehicle or using the key. The remote start system supplies the vehicle with power and simulates a start just as if you were inside using the key. Select vehicles require additional accessories or immobilizer/bypass modules to use the remote start feature.
    Yes
    Keyless Entry
    Keyless entry allows you to remotely lock, unlock, and open the trunk of a vehicle if that is equipped with power door lock motors (actuators) and power truck motor (solenoid). Door lock controls via the remote are found on nearly all of today's car alarms.
    Yes
    2-way Paging
    Alarms with 2-way paging inform the user via remote vibrating/audible/visual alert when the alarm is triggered. The pager must be within range to receive the transmitted signal.
    No
    Number of Remotes
    The number of remotes included with the alarm system purchase.
    2
    Number of Buttons on Primary Remote
    The amount of buttons on the Primary Remote generally equals the number of functions that you can use your remote for. Some remotes have auxiliary buttons which can perform more than one task per button.
    5
    Main Transmitter Type
    LCD and OLED transmitters display various screen savers, warnings, alerts and other features on the face of the remote, rather than first generation button-only transmitters. They provide more information typically and other features.
    Button(s)-only
    Sidekick Remote Transmitter Type
    Some car alarms and remote start systems come with more than 1 transmitter, which is referred to as the "sidekick" transmitter. Most LCD/OLED systems come with a button-only sidekick transmitter, while select units come with an additional LCD/OLED transmitter.
    Button(s)-only
    Number of Vehicles Supported
    Some higher end car alarm systems can support multiple vehicles. This is the number of vehicles that the works with.
    2
    Number of Auxiliary Outputs
    The number of auxilary outputs that the car alarm system supports. These outputs are left over from the total number of channels. They can be used to add on other options or additional features to a vehicle.
    4
    PC Programmable
    Custom, advanced programming options through one or more of the following: PC, Pocket PC, PALM Pilot, Valet SW or Remote Transmitter allows for advanced controls of your alarm's functions.
    No
    Smartphone Compatibility
    These are the types of smartphone systems that the car alarm system is compatible with.
    No
    Built-in Bypass Module

    Convenient Features

    Panic Mode
    Panic mode allow the user to be able to set off the alarm from the remote.
    Yes
    Trunk Release
    The trunk release option allows for integration and control of the trunk latch. Additional parts may be required.
    Yes
    Valet Mode
    Valet mode is a car alarm setting that adjusts system to less sensitive settings when allowing a valet to park your car and similar settings.
    Yes

    Alarm Features

    Paging Range
    The maximum distance that the car alarm system will work with the wireless remotes.
    2,000 Feet
    Siren
    Most car alarms come with a siren that can be installed. The siren will sound when the car alarm is triggered the alarm goes off.
    No
    Shock Sensor
    The shock sensor is designed to trigger an alarm on light or heavy impacts and vibrations (standard sensor included with most alarms).

    A dual zone shock sensor is a feature of proximity and shock sensors only. Zone 1 ( light impact on shock sensor and short motions(adjustable) on proximity sensor) will trigger warn away chirp to warn intruder that car has an alarm without setting off the full alarm. Zone 2 (heavy impact on shock sensor and extended motions(adjustable) on proximity sensor) will trigger the alarm to “go off”.

    No

    Two-Way Paging Features

    Interior Thermometer
    Some of the higher end car alarm systems are able to detect the temperature of the cabin. The temperature can then be displayed on the remote.
    No

    Remote Start Features

    Cold Start Timer
    Great for those on a set schedule who need their vehicle to warm up at a specific time every morning for example.
    No
    Turbo Timer
    Some remote start systems have turbo timer feature which allows the vehicle to run for a specified amount of time after exiting vehicle. In turbocharged vehicles this prevents hot oil in the engine from choking up in the lines. Hard driving can raise engine oil temperatures to dangerously high levels. Proper cool down is essential for a healthy turbo and engine.
    Yes
    Compatible with Diesel Engines
    This means that the remote start system will work with diesel engines.
    No
    Engine Start Intervals
    Some remote start systems offer feature to protect your engine. The engine start interval feature will start the car at particular time intervals or when the engine has reached a certain temperature. This feature prevents the engine block from freezing.
    No

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    Warranty and Return Policy

    Parts Warranty Duration
    1 year
    Labor Warranty Duration
    1 year
    Warranty Provider
    Sonic Electronix

    Summary of Customer Ratings & Reviews

    Rating Distribution

    5 Star
    67%
    4 Star
    33%
    3 Star
    0%
    2 Star
    0%
    1 Star
    0%

    Average Attribution Rating

    Durability
    4.7
    Value
    4.7
    Features
    5.0
    Design
    4.7
    Usability
    4.7
    Stephen

    Kennesaw, GA

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    Worth the money

    May 6, 2010

    The Viper 5101 install in my 2001 Honda Accord sedan took almost 4 hours as the dealer specs for my wiring on every website was wrong. Not even B*** B** would do it, since the wiring color were all different colors. So I found a certified tech that would do the install for a reasonable $$ figure. After the install, we walked through the options - remote start, keyless entry, the option slot that I had connected to my trunk release and if I hold it down it vents or rolls down my windows or sunroof. I've had it for around 6 months now and it has worked flawlessly. Just make sure you get a proper integration with your factory alarm, because if you don't you'll lock the car with your key and unlock it with the remote and set off the car alarm.

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    CARZYFNR

    PHOENIX ARIZONA

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    GREAT PRODUCT

    November 3, 2012

    I have this remote start(5101) in my 1995 honda accord for 4 months and it works great

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    Coburn2006

    Idaho

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    Good product

    February 6, 2012

    It installed right, works like it should. I have no complaints having it installed on a 92 Chevy Silverado with a manual transmission.

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    Product Summary

    Manufacturer

    Model Number

    5101

    UPC

    093207054839

    Weight

    2.10lbs

    Internal SKU

    4102v

    Internal Product ID

    16741

    Sonic Electronix Wiring Guide

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    Product Name: Viper 5101 (P/N 4102V)