Yeah, my shock sensor is set pretty sensitive because it is mounted towards the front of the car and with the trep being so big, if I reduce the sensitivity it won't pick up any shocks to the back of the car.windowpane said:Some people have their shock sensors set to the max sensitivity and or have multiple sensors they can go off all the time, others go off cause your car's too loud. :wow:
Wow, you gotta drop a few # dude........JLWX5 said:I once set off an alarm just by walking within maybe 20 feet of a car once. Some riced out white car. I assume even a loud audio system could do it.
Thats awesome!!! I only have one question.IntrepidBus IV said:I guess the rumble of the 40 Series upon start-up was too much for the Silhouette parked next to me at the mall today, as evidence by the ever-annoying horn honking sequence. :biggrinfl Anybody else have this problem?
k-nash said:Don't know either!!!!! :grinyes: I always thought those were the ugliest minivans on the road, but then again GM latest minivans aren't all that nice looking either. :fun_08:
k-nash said:Thats awesome!!! I only have one question.
Why would you put an alarm on the dustbuster silhouette? Crazy.