Remote For Car Alarm

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Trying to install bulldog security car alarm?
bull dog is straight forward, as the previous poster stated they are not the best choice. Personally I have code alarm in my vehicles as they seam to be a good quality unit. Design tech puts out good quality units as well. I would stay away from bulldog.As the old saying goes, You get what you pay for
Or is it a big rip off? The 100k extended warrenty is for a 2006 F250 diesel, Lariate with 16k miles on it from the Ford Dealer.
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Is this possible? Or another ways to set off car alarms (without brute force or noises) perhaps with two way radio?
Not any decent car alarm it's not. maybe some off brand that you pick up for 39.99. IR is light spectrum,so No. and it would have to be one hella strong radio signal to overpower the electronics in a car alarm. Years ago it may have been possible today,not so much.
I have a mazda 6 2004, and the car alarm is absolutely annoying. I would park on the street and when a truck or large vehicle would drive by, it would trigger the alarm because of the vibration. I removed the Horn Relay from the fuse box and that did the trick, but also took out my steering wheel horn. Would I have to go to a mazda dealership?
Usually you can adjust its sensitivity instead of just disabling it, it may just be set close to the maximum or at it and need to be toned down a little. I can't give you step by step instructions on how to change the sensitivity as it varies from alarm to alarm, but it it's an alarm Mazda put in it I'd call them and ask. One of my cars did something similar, just needed it's sensitivity adjusted.
I have a Mazda Rx8 its alarm just keeps going off! Is there something wrong with it do I need to get it checked?
motorcycles already get great gas mileage.
Hi everyone,my car alarm doesn‘t seem to be working. When I lock my car with the remote and then press it twice, there is an LED flashing on the dashboard indicating that it is on, but if i try to open the doot without using the remote or key or even if I kind of give a ndge to my car, the alarm doesn‘t start making noise.However, the panic alarm, which is a button I can press on the remote to make it sound works.Do you know what the problem is? My car is a 2008 chevrolet malibu classic.Thanks a lot
Seem like the horn is still working as panic alarm still working. Make sure you set your alarm mode correctly. Most car alarm mode can be change by press and hold the remote buttons for few second. Read up the alarm manual if you still have it, or else just do a trial and error by press all buttons.
Or the regular battery faster?
A car alarm would take about five years to drain those batteries.
Does the alarm go off on a saturn L100 when you open it with a key? i lost the remote to my car and i don‘t want to try it because im not sure how to turn the alarm off
Personal experience tells me no. I had snow tires on a vehicle during rain and it was hard to stop. The tread design was made to grip snow but not take away the water from rain.