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5701 in 07 toyota coralla issue


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rand77 
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Posted: March 04, 2010 at 11:47 PM / IP Logged  
Installed everything works fine but when armed after about 5 min the alarm goes off.The led blinks twice stating the shock senor has been triggered but nothing has move or touched the vehicle so trying to figure the problem. This started happening a day after i first installed it. The alarm is zip tied to the back of the radio so i dont think there is any moving parts that would set the alarm off. Thanks for any info
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Posted: March 05, 2010 at 7:03 AM / IP Logged  
If the vehicle has been sitting for several hours and you then arm the alarm, does it still go off 5 minutes later? I had an alarm on a motorcycle that would do that.  Sat by the bike and waited, turns out the exhaust made a pop when it was cooling.
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Try removing the brain from the dash and just suspend it so it isn't close to any parts of the console, arm the alarm and wait five mins, if it triggers you have a faulty brain! If not you've gotta check for living organisms in your dash! Lol, J/K!
rand77 
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Gonna try both but Im stuck on the brain being wack. Is there a way to program to bypass the internal senor. Lost the manuel. Thanks again for the insite
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