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  1. U always take the negative side of the battery off first and install it last. Newer cars are sensitive to electrical shock! Neg cable has less of a spike when removing. Just FYI.

  2. Posi-taps appear to be better vs crimps, but anything aside from soldered/shrink tube insulated wire splice in a vehicle = FAIL, unless you don’t care about long-term reliability, a clean look, or space consumed. Showing one wire being soldered/shrink tubed would take less time vs. the Posi-tap demo, but I’m sure they paid a handsome fee for product placement. A well-soldered connection will have a barely measurable loss if any at all. Other lossy methods act as a resistor and produce heat.

  3. Hey I just bought a Viper 5902 and bought an optional thing to add 6 extra features instead of 4. I bought all 6 extra features and I am wondering how much would it cost to install all of this? including the alarm itself plus all the other features, and to have it programmed in the remote. Thanks for replying back! I really need to know!

  4. @NguyenEmpir3 We have heard from quite a few people. Even in the current episode (“Machine Shop”) there’s even a video from a viewer in the Letterz segment where he states he watched Motorz to learn how to install it, among other aftermarket products.

  5. Not enough proof to sell me on using the posi-taps… I bet you with thermal shock and constant vibrations, those connections will loosen to the point where the wire just slips out. There is simply no substitute to using solder and heat shrink in a such a dynamic environment to ensure long term quality of work.

  6. Not enough proof to sell me on using the posi-taps…I bet you with thermal shock and constant vibrations, those connections will loosen to the point where the wire just slips out.There is simply no substitute to using solder and heat shrink in a such a dynamic environment to ensure long term quality of work.

  7. @motorztv first of all i want to tell you that you do a great job with those videos. i bought a viper 5101 alarm sistem, and i want to mount it on my car(hyundai i30). i want to install it for the remote engine starting. do i have to buy another thing to make it work? Thanks a lot!

  8. u should do a vid on a 94-01 acura integra lol im not really sure what to do. like i can hook up the main wires but have no clue how to hook up the wires for the power locks/lights. i have some no name car alarm that i bought off ebay and i do not have a owners manual for the acura so no clue what wire is what

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  10. Hey brother,What real world features does the 5900 system have that the 5704v system doesn’t? I wanna do the 5704v and the smart start in my vehicle but this might be the way to go.Peace and god bless.

  11. I like this show, but this episode isn’t helping anyone! All it says is basically: “You have to hook all the wires up to the right place and you’ll be done” It’s like making a tutorial of how to change engine oil an say “All you have to do is change the oil and you’re done!”

  12. I think it is high time somebody spoke the truth about this Viper Alarm System working from a mile distance.I have the 5906 installed in my truck and I have tried it at different distance and trust me it does not work even from half a mile.Could it be that there is something that the installers are supposed to do that they did not or what.What I am trying to do is to try and measure the distance from a particular spot that I have marked to where the vehicle is parked where the remote is able to send and receive signals to be able to control the vehicle.Thanks for uploading this video clip and I hope you will still do more but in a more comprehensive way because the reason for these videos is not just to tell people and stop there but to make us understand how these units are being installed knowing what goes where by showing the step by step procedure.

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