2006 durango 4.7L with viper remote start keeps repeat start, and shut off every few seconds once the remote start was pushed
Start off by calling the shop that installed it, ask them just because you can. Now a more useful answer- check the remote's surface and be certain nothing sticky is on its surface and whether or not it's possible for something sticky like a drink or kool aid from one of the kids, etc. this happens often and causes sticking amongst other issues.
If it looks good, go ahead and replace the battery in the remote, probably a CR2032 or similar but you'll have to consult your manual or look online for a manual that is compatible with your particular model of Viper Remote Start/Alarm. Worst Case- maybe you'll need a remote but they're inexpensive on eBay. If it was professionally installed, take it to them and tell them the issue, they'll tell you what's going on. If it wasn't, you might double check the wiring while looking at installation instructions and a wiring diagram that are specific to your model- if you're it comfortable doing this ask friends/family, etc. if they cannot check(only if they're qualified) or if they can recommend anyone to help, just do your research and talk to a few people/shops before making any decisions on who you'll let work on it to be certain they're qualified. A respected Automotive Accessorry Shop, or a High End Electronics Store that provides installation is better than a typical garage for something like this since they specialize in stuff like this and install these systems all day/every day, they see these issues all the time and it's more than likely an easy fix! Good Luck- if this helps feel free to click the button to let me know this was helpful. Leave a Review or Follow Me also if you'd like, I deal with auto/mechanical/electrical and technical issues mainly. Thanks again- Have A Great Day!
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