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car alarm sensativity

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by 85 Jimmy, Jul 8, 2006.

  1. 85 Jimmy

    85 Jimmy Sheepdog Premium Member

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    alright, i've had a few people ask me to fix there car alarms cause they're tooo sensative. does anyone know how to fix that?

    thinking about it if it's a factory alarm the only way to do it would be through a scan tool, maybe? i don't know. if anyone knows i'd like to know how to do it
     
  2. sweetk30

    sweetk30 professional hooker Premium Member

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    wire cutters. i hate them. :mad: i work on cars all day. thay go off at the most inop times and suck a$$

    sorry i dont know just wanted to vent. :o
     
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    fordeater 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    most alarms i've seen, even factory ones, have a little box mounted under the dash usually around the steering column. That box has a knob on it, turn it one way for more sensitive, the other for less sensitive. Don't know if it is the same for all alarms, just the few i've seen.
     
  4. broc944

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    Yep, thats how mine works, and it is directly attached to the steering column.

    Is this tech in the lounge?:eek1:
     

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