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Anonymous Apr 26, 12:18am - #164978 
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stock alarm

Does anybody know how to set the sensitivity?
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samir221 Apr 26, 12:46am - #164979 
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check under the steering wheel . you will find a shock sensor under there. it has a sensitivity knob that runs from 1 to 7( 1 been the minimum and 7 the maximum). use a screw driver and adjust it depending on your needs.
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samir221 Apr 26, 12:46am - #164980 
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theretiredpimp Apr 26, 1:15am - #164981 

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khmer215 Apr 28, 4:04pm - #164982 

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wow i never knew that. i have to check that out.. thanks

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ToiletPaper Apr 29, 1:26am - #164983 
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whoa, cool!
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00GTShope Apr 29, 1:42am - #164984 

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i didn't even know the car had a shock sensor on it. I thought it was only when the door opened. spineyes
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slidr Apr 29, 1:45am - #164985 

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Originally Posted by 00GTShope
i didn't even know the car had a shock sensor on it. I thought it was only when the door opened. spineyes
That's what I thought too. Someone also told me that you can press a button and your horn will honk when the car arms.

Sounds like BS to me though.

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darksidecelica Apr 29, 2:29am - #164986 

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damn, i didnt knoe we could adjust the sensitivity for our stock alarm
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celicafourotwo Apr 29, 2:40am - #164987 

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so what was the pre-set of sensitivity on the stock alram??
i might have to give it a try. thumbsup

Originally Posted by pesho01
Question:
Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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RyCeCuBe Apr 29, 9:01am - #164988 

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i want a new alarm but dunno what kind...hehe

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celicafourotwo Apr 29, 7:02pm - #164989 

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^^^ you can get the new Python..remote start and alarm combo..here it cost $400-450 for it installation included.

Originally Posted by pesho01
Question:
Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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