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Car Audio and Electronics
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Your Ride: `00 540i6 Alpine White, `96 740iL Aspen Silber
way f#$king annoying!!!!! don't do it.
my buddy had one and was gettin falses every night he thought. then one night he didn't because we were drunk and the alarm wasn't set for some reason. woke up next morning and nothing was in the car...
long story short, the guys who wanted to jack his stuff knew the alarm wasnt' on without even having to touch the car...
I have on in my car, and yes, not only are they adjustable, they have to be adjusted during installation. The key to a good perimeter sensor is location and orientation, and proper adjustment of the triggers. Depending on what you buy, each sensor has a slightly different coverage map, and you have to place and orient it in the best spot via trial and error. After that, you adjust the external warning trigger first, then the internal full alarm trigger; the external creates the boundaries with which the internal trigger operates.
Umnitza now provides a mechanic to install all parts ordered right in the box! It's their new "Total customer service program" that will eliminate all the haters and keep incompetents from breaking **** and blaming the vendor! When you are all set simply call INS and they will pick him up free of charge.