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Viper Responder 350 Security LCD Screen 2-Way Keyless Entry + 2 Door Locks 3305V

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Viper Responder 350 Security LCD Screen 2-Way Keyless Entry + 2 Door Locks 3305V

This listing includes:
(1) 7345V 4-Button LCD Remote
(1) Control Module
(1) 7145V 4-Button Remote
(1) AAA Battery
(1) 514LN Soft-Chirp Siren with attached 70" leads
(1) Self-adhesive antenna/receiver
(1)Main Harness with Multiple 54" leads with in-line fuses (10A + 15A) Plus attached relay
(1) 3-Pin Door Lock Harness with two 59" leads
(1) 2-Pin Plug Valet Switch with 6' Cable
(1) 2-Pin Plug Blue Status LED with 59" Cable
(1) 10' Control Center Cable with a 4-Pin Connector on both ends
(1) Owner's Manual
(1) Quick Reference Install Guide
(1) Product Registration Guide
(2) Viper Stickers
(2) DS18 RC-CLA2 Central Lock Actuator Door Locks

Viper is proud to introduce our most affordable 2-Way security system, which will wrap your vehicle in protection, with the most sophisticated electronic technologies available today, including the Stinger® DoubleGuard® shock sensor, Revenger® six-tone siren and Failsafe® Starter Kill. This state-of-the-art system also offers in-demand convenience feature like keyless entry. Comes with one 2-Way and one 1-Way remote.

LCD Screen
Up to 1/4 mile range
3-channel Security and keyless entry system
Clone-Safe® Code-Hopping®
Stinger® DoubleGuard® Shock Sensor
Revenger® Six-Tone Siren
2 Auxiliary Outputs
Parking Light Flash
Failsafe® Starter Kill
Bright Blue LED Status Indicator
Dome Light Supervision - On-Board Relay
Comfort Closure
Includes 1-Way companion remote
Remotes: 1 LCD 2-Way and 1 5-Button 1-Way
Remote Start: Optional
Encryption: 66-Bit
Auxiliary Channels: 2

2x Universal Power Door Lock Actuator Car Kit 12 Volt Linear Motor Heavy Duty New
(2) Actuator
(2) 6.75" Mounting Straps
(2) 8.5" Connecting Rods
(4) Self Tapping Screws
Additional Pictured Hardware
These power door lock actuators can provide a power door lock to a door that has manual door lock. 
The actuator responds to electrical signals from the alarm or keyless entry system and physically moves the 
vehicle's door locking rod to a locked or unlocked position. One of these actuators will be needed for each door you want to control.