Date: Mon, 19 Oct 1998 14:53:32 -0400 From: rlyonsnopsamoot.com.for.the.love.of.god-die.spammer (bobgoblin 2000) Subject: Re: Alarm Diagnostics Instructions?
Geoff sez... > John- > the flickering light is something to look at, but I'm not sure it's > related. When you say the alarm goes of randomly - could it be a loud noise > setting it off? The alarm on my '91 9000 is hypersensitive to low rumbling > noises, like Harley's and cars with holes in their exhaust. Even with my > car in the garage and the door closed, my alarm goes off when my neighbor > starts his Harley. If that's the case, the dealer can adjust the > sensitivity (I'm told). > > Geoff > > > On my 89 900, I had to have the sensitivity of the alarm calibrated bimonthly. One time I was driving down the freeway and the alarm went off. It kept going of for about an hour. As I passed people on the highway, they moved over - I think they thought I was with the local emergency services! After that I had the alarm disconnected for good. -- - goblin - newsgroup: alt.bobgoblin-extraordinaire - Ask your ISP to carry it! - website: http://come.to/bobgoblin