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viper 5701, 97 corollla - Page 2 -- posted image.

you will need to mount the actuator behind the metal.  Find a spot that it will fit, mark and drill holes in the metal at the appropriate location.  You will need to use bolts, lockwashers, and nuts to mount the actuator.  It should have come with a metal rod that you can bend similar to the picture above.  The kit should also have come with a metal block to attach the rod of the kit to the rod of the vehicle. 

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I installed power locks on my car by myself yesterday morning, and now the door monitor doesn't work. When I put the key in the ignition with the door open, it doesn't beep anymore. It also doesn't show that a door is open when I'm driving. I own a 1997 Corolla. What should I do?
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Check every fuse inside and under the hood to start....
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Just checked the fuses inside. I can't seem to find any under the hood.
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Do you have the owner's manual for the vehicle? 

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The dome light fuse is usually in a black fuse box adjacent to the battery, check the driver's door switch, does the dome light come on when you open the door? The actual fuse is probably one controling a processor, BCI etc, had that problem on an IS Lexus once.
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Got it working. It was a fuse under the hood. Thanks for all the help!
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What did you do to get it?

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I just finished installing a Viper 5701 on a 97 Corolla (hehe). My parking lights don't seem to work, and I'm not even sure if I have them. I followed the wire diagram. The way I interpreted the instructions, they said to cut the parking light wire and connect a WHITE/ brown one on one side, and a white one on another.
Well I did that and it doesn't work, so I'm pretty sure I'm doing something wrong. Help anyone?
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It was a fuse. My car was recently stolen and the radio was taken. I guess when i was working on the actuators, it shorted the wires sticking out. I just replaced a fuse.
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