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Old 01-05-2013, 01:45 AM
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Hey guys I have been asked many times to do a DIY Guide for installing a Viper 5704 2-Way Alarm (without the remote start function) into our S2000. Since there isn't a guide already available I will give it a try, I'm by no means a pro but from the few S2000 I have worked on I have picked up a few tricks and learned how to have a clean alarm install in a S2000.


This is a first draft of the DIY Guide so give me sometime to properly write this! If you have suggestions let me know I will add them in.

Alarm items I used in this guide:
Viper 5704
DEI 520T Backup Battery
DEI 580D Proxmity Sensor
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Disclaimer: I am not a car mechanic nor a Mobile Electronics Certified Professional (MECP). I don’t know what I am doing and no one should listen to me. If you do decide to give it a go, I am not responsible for your faulty actions. YOU are responsible for your car and any changes you make to it. I am not. This article should give you a good outline of what is required to do an Viper 2-Way Alarm install I strongly advise you to read it the whole way through before deciding if you are up for the challenge. If you are not technically and electronically minded I would not recommend doing the install you can end up hurting yourself or your car. If you are technically minded and have never done a car alarm this can be a tricky and annoying project that can be cost you a weekend or two to complete. Also my DIY Guide is based on a JDM RHD AP1 S2000, so you guys need to play tricks in your head to flip everything over, and may be one or two wiring colors may differ!

There are Five parts to this DIY:
• Preparing the alarm on the desk
• Removing the interior
• Installing the alarm wireharness
• Testing the alarm
• Replacing the interior & cleaning up


Tools you’ll need to complete this install

• 10 mm socket
• 12 mm socket
• 14 mm crescent wrench
• short socket extension
• long socket extension
• phillips screwdriver
• A nice enough soldering iron (I prefer a Temperature Controlled Soldering Iron)
• Solder
• pliers
• scissors

• lighter
• Self-Adjusting Wire Stripper

• LED Flashlight / Flood light
• Digital Multi Meter
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Extra parts you’ll need to complete this install

• 3M Double Sided Mounting Tape Industrial Strength
• 3M Black Vinyl Electrical Tape
• Different sizes of shrink tubes
• 2 1N4004 Diode
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Part 1:

Preparing the alarm on the desk


The highlighted ones are the only wires you need for a non remote-start setup
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Main Harness, 6-pin connector
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After 2 wires are removed
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Door Lock, 3-Pin connector
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Remote Start, 10-pin heavy gauge connector
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I used a ziptie to push in the metal clip
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Pull and free the unused wires out of the connector
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After all the unused wires are pulled there should be only 3 wires left
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Auxiliary/Shutdown/Trigger Harness, 24-pin connector
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use a small flat head to push out the metal clip at the connector
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After all the unused wires are pulled there should be only 5 wires left
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Light Flash Polarity adjustment
Remove Fuse Jumper Cover, and locate 10A Fuse in the holder
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Plug 10A Fuse into the + Positive Jumper Slot
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Replace Fuse Jumper Cover
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Combine all Viper 5704 harnesses, 520T Backup Battery harness and Trunk Pop Relay

You will need to use a Relay to convert the polarity from Negative - to Positive + .
Please refer to here, http://www.the12volt...elays/page1.asp

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Wrap all the harnesses together with electrical vinyl tape into 3 main harnesses
One should go to the fuse box.
One should go to the keyless module.
One should go to the hazard light switch and backup battery behind the seat. This harness will need to be extended in order to be able to reach to behind the seat.
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Part 2:
Remove Interior
Both seats
Passenger side HVAC cover
Passenger side Airbag
Driver side rear panel
Center console
Radio

Part 3:
Installing alarm harness into the car (please refer to next post for Car Side wiring guide)

Remove 2 10mm bolt holding the fuse box, and then splice behind the fuse box with (Remote Start, 10-pin havy gauge connector). This is the hardest part to cut and solder out of the whole installation!
12Volts Splice Red into (White)
Starter Cut (Orange) and conect Violet and Green
Ignition Splice Pink into (Black/Yellow)
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Done
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Unhook the Keyless Module Harness, then unclip the Keyless Module PCB from the housing
Splice in the wires for:
Trunk Release Output (need relay to convert polarity) Splice Red/White into (Black/Yellow)
Door Trigger Input Splice Green into (Black/White)
Chassis Ground use spade connector here and connect the Black wire to the grounding point located next to the Keyless Module (shown in the picture). It is secured by 10mm bolt, loosen it and jam in the the spade connector and tighten it.
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Fish the wire through the black Keyless Module housing cover. Solder the (Door Lock, 3-pin Connector) on the Keyless Module PCB like in the picture. Then cut a small opening to allow the wires to fit through. Slide the PCB back into the housing. Replace Keyless Module housing cover.
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Trunk Trigger Wire Splice Blue into (Blue/Black) below the hood release latch
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Proxy Sensor Wire, Backup battery Harness, Parking Light wire (in white) all fished through the hole below the radio
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Here is where you use 2 diode to connect the white Parking Light wire to the left blinker (Green/Red) and right blinker (Green/Yellow) under the hazard button
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Backup Battery Placed behind driver seat
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Part 4:
Test the alarm
Remove Passenger Airbag and Place the alarm brain and secure the alarm brain with 3M Double Sided Foam tape
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Stick Viper 2-Way antenna on to windshield, and run the antenna wire along the passenger side A-Pillar and connect to alarm brain
Place Siren in the engine bay, and fish the wires along with hood trigger wire back to the keyless module area

Part 5:
Replace interior
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Car Side wiring guide
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Thanks for the write up. I am getting the 5704 without remote start, since I do not feel comfortable if I accidentally leave it in gear. I still feel uncertain about self installing as I heard installation is key to provide effectiveness of the system especially for the add ones like the proximity sensor, tilt sensor, and glass break sensor.
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Oh wow wish I saw this earlier lol. Pretty scary that we put all the parts in the same area lol. Is it neccessary to diode the parking light? I just tapped directly to red/black wire behind the keyless entry.

I noticed my domelight doesn't turn off now though, it just sits very dim. Wonder what could be causing it.
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Originally Posted by choleaoum View Post
Oh wow wish I saw this earlier lol. Pretty scary that we put all the parts in the same area lol. Is it neccessary to diode the parking light? I just tapped directly to red/black wire behind the keyless entry.

I noticed my domelight doesn't turn off now though, it just sits very dim. Wonder what could be causing it.
The reason diodes are needed for parking light wire is because I prefer to connect it to the blinkers, and you need to separate left and right blinkers with 2 diodes. If you just connect it to the parking light, your dash will beep when ever your light flashes if you key is out ( your car thinks the lights left on) ... its kinda dumb.

Im not sure what you did with the dome supervision light wire... so I cannot comment.
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Managed to figure it out, turns out the domelight was dimming from the 12volt wire not being connected on the primary harness. (My viper 5901 had it depinned for some odd reason)

I might have to go with the solder route to do my door locks, why did you opt for this choice and not just adding a few pins into the grey harness? It turns out mine doesn't even have any pins,wires in it at all. Its literally blank! Just plastic in there.
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Originally Posted by choleaoum View Post
Managed to figure it out, turns out the domelight was dimming from the 12volt wire not being connected on the primary harness. (My viper 5901 had it depinned for some odd reason)

I might have to go with the solder route to do my door locks, why did you opt for this choice and not just adding a few pins into the grey harness? It turns out mine doesn't even have any pins,wires in it at all. Its literally blank! Just plastic in there.
I think you just answered yourself there, because its much easier to solder two points than trying to come up with new pins and jam it in there and hope it works... soldering takes 2 seconds and no hiccups
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updated with car side wiring guide
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